C3RF Tweets – Sept 5, 2018

Christine Douglass-Williams reviews book by Robert Spencer, “The History of Jihad” – “a veritable key to understanding present day conflicts”. .
State of Idaho moves to outlaw sharia law, and any other foreign law, from informing state legislation. A good initiative for Canada and its provinces and territories?
Trump administration brings back banned terms of “the war on terror”. “Jihad” is now back in the security lexicon but is it too late?
You could’ve seen this coming. American publication cites Canada as a “supporter of terrorism”. Thus cannot end well.

Are “no go zones” a prelude to a “failed state”? Sam Jacobs discusses. https://twitter.com/CC_CRF/status/1037330887774371840
Should the Liberal and Conservative parties of Canada simply merge? Perhaps they could be the LibCon or ConLib Party of Canada.

Believe Canada has this covered with “disguise with intent” laws. Bill C-309 makes such activities punishable by 10 years in prison while Criminal Code 351(2) affords a punishment of more than 6 months. https://twitter.com/CC_CRF/status/1037365476303691776

U.S. cuts support to Hamas-supporting UNRWA and Canada looks to help make up the difference. Are there better uses for Canadian taxpayer money?

Another sop to the amorphous concepts of intersectionality and gender identity awaits in the legislative wing. Welcome to Bill C-69 and its potential to kill resource projects by having them jump through equality rights hoops. Can’t make this up. https://twitter.com/CC_CRF/status/1037337730680729600

Confused yet. PM Trudeau says Canada is a post-nation state with “no core identity” yet he will risk a NAFTA deal unless “cultural exemptions” are assured. Mike Blanchfield discusses. https://twitter.com/CC_CRF/status/1037333831777280000

One step forward, two steps back as Saudi Arabia moves into the modern age? Satire now punishable by five years in the slammer. https://twitter.com/CC_CRF/status/1037331512985669632

NYT turns logic on its head as it gushes admiration for ISIS/ al Qaeda freedom fighters hanging on in Syria.

Spencer Fernando wonders why Canadian tax dollars keep drifting away to foreign countries while Canada sustains a child suicide rate that is one of the highest in the world.

Incredible report on the hardships endured by Caitlan Coleman at the hands of her husband and her Afghan captors. Question remains, how did Joshua Boyle get invited into PM Trudeau’s offices after his rescue? https://twitter.com/CC_CRF/status/1037325953049886722