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Edmonton Terror Attack Info *No debate just info*

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kingofwale wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 4:31 am
so... someone who were supposed to be deported by US government, decided to run for the border here and then accepted by our govenment.

Well.. at least now with new government under JT... we plugged that hole.... OH WAIT A SECOND
The walking dead aka brainwashed masses still call people who have pointed out the "elites" agenda for decades "conspiracy theorists".

You want to see what the elites think of the the masses? Look at this opening ceremony/ritual at the gotthard switzerland tunnel when the people in underwear come out bumping in to each other. Merkel and other EU political scum were in attendance.
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In 2012, immigration officials had no reason to red flag Sharif, Goodale said. Events in Edmonton over the weekend in no way indicate that Canada's screening process needs to be enhanced, or that the system failed, he said.
IMHO, there was a red flag in 2012: his 2011 eviction order from the US (i.e., there must have been reasons for that and the US government should have shared that information with the Canadian immigration authorities and secondly that would make him non eligible according to the third safe country agreements.) Isn't this a screening process failure?
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aviador wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 8:53 am
IMHO, there was a red flag in 2012: his 2011 eviction order from the US (i.e., there must have been reasons for that and the US government should have shared that information with the Canadian immigration authorities and secondly that would make him non eligible according to the third safe country agreements.) Isn't this a screening process failure?
Of course but Goodale is desperately trying to keep a positive spin on tens of thousands of people walking from the US into Canada.

A terrorist entered Canada from the US and injured 5 of our countrymen. Why is the government sitting on it's hands when dealing with illegal border crossers? What sort of nefarious intentions does this government have?
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hugh_da_man wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 11:00 am
A terrorist entered Canada from the US and injured 5 of our countrymen. Why is the government sitting on it's hands when dealing with illegal border crossers? What sort of nefarious intentions does this government have?
What is your suggestion for dealing with them? I mostly agree, it should be limited, but I don't really see much more than what is currently being done that can be done without a drastic overhaul of the laws currently in place.
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Ojam wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 11:21 am
What is your suggestion for dealing with them? I mostly agree, it should be limited, but I don't really see much more than what is currently being done that can be done without a drastic overhaul of the laws currently in place.
Make a list of "safe" countries and deport anyone from those safe countries the day they walk into Canada. So if you aren't Syrian you're going home today. Show them crossing the border and being deported all in the same day on the evening news and post the videos to YouTube.

Oh and delete Trudeau's tweets and take twitter away from him and Gerald Butts.
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Ojam wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 11:21 am
What is your suggestion for dealing with them? I mostly agree, it should be limited, but I don't really see much more than what is currently being done that can be done without a drastic overhaul of the laws currently in place.
Get the US to police their goddamn side of the border. Trump shits on mexico for letting their "rapists" come in to the us, but makes no effort to track and control his own northern border. Should we now build a wall and send the bill to the Donald?

If this guy had a deportation order in 2011, they should have deported him.
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mr_raider wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 11:37 am
Get the US to police their goddamn side of the border. Trump shits on mexico for letting their "rapists" come in to the us, but makes no effort to track and control his own northern border. Should we now build a wall and send the bill to the Donald?

If this guy had a deportation order in 2011, they should have deported him.
There are over 40,000 outstanding deportation orders in Canada. They have no idea where those people are. There are millions of illegals in the US. What's your answer?

Build a large gated community in the north. Allow all refugee/asylum claimants to reside there until their claims are finalized. Then release or deport. Maybe this would encourage a speedier process as well.
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mr_raider wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 11:37 am
Get the US to police their goddamn side of the border. Trump shits on mexico for letting their "rapists" come in to the us, but makes no effort to track and control his own northern border. Should we now build a wall and send the bill to the Donald?
I doubt any country really cares about the "exit" side of the borders (if that makes sense). They know that the stream of border-crossers between Canada and the US is minimal, so they likely don't care about a few stragglers that make it through. I'd support a wall though.
mr_raider wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 11:37 am
If this guy had a deportation order in 2011, they should have deported him.
Except boohoo illegals have feelings too and all that garbage.
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So it's in the "tough on crime" conservatives hands this terrorist attack

The Conservatives need to answer for their failure and their failed policies . Typical all ideology..no results of conservatives
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MrWhiteCoffee wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 1:11 pm
So it's in the "tough on crime" conservatives hands this terrorist attack

The Conservatives need to answer for their failure and their failed policies . Typical all ideology..no results of conservatives
Need to be more subtle if you're gonna provoke a reaction.
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mr_raider wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 11:37 am
Get the US to police their goddamn side of the border. Trump shits on mexico for letting their "rapists" come in to the us, but makes no effort to track and control his own northern border. Should we now build a wall and send the bill to the Donald?

If this guy had a deportation order in 2011, they should have deported him.
pretty hard to defend 5000km border when trump can't even defend the 2000km with mexico
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divx wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 1:20 pm
pretty hard to defend 5000km border when trump can't even defend the 2000km with mexico
He can if he had any help from a useless Congress. (regarding Mexico)
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MrWhiteCoffee wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 1:11 pm
So it's in the "tough on crime" conservatives hands this terrorist attack

The Conservatives need to answer for their failure and their failed policies . Typical all ideology..no results of conservatives
I guess both parties share the blame. The Conservatives didn't take border crossers seriously enough and the Liberals haven't done enough to prevent radicalization.

Since the Conservatives aren't in government though, shouldn't the onus be on the Liberals to fix the problems rather than just blame the Conservatives for not fixing them earlier?
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AndySixx wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 1:24 pm
He can if he had any help from a useless Congress. (regarding Mexico)
can't blame congress for not building a wall

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