Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Al Qaeda endorses Bloc Quebecois, NDP.

Just in case your wondering where the Al Qaeda sleeper cells in Canada stand on the federal election.

This mourning in the Montreal Gazette (behind subscription firewall).

Suspected Al Qa'ida sleeper agent Adil Charkaoui endorsed the Bloc Quebecois yesterday as Gilles Duceppe called for an overhaul of the federal government;s "McCarthyist" security certificate program

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Charkaoui said he is urging all Arab-Canadians to vote for either the Bloc or the NDP this election.


The article also demonstrates Mr. Charkaoui's (and the Bloc's) utter stupidity when it comes down to anti-terrorist crackdowns.

Under the Liberals, 97 per cent of the security certificates issued have been against Muslims and Arabs while the Conservatives would be even more severe he said.


Well gee whiz Adil, is there anyone within Al Qaeda who isn't Muslim or Arab? Does Mr. Charkaoui believe that we should create some kind of "Affirmative Action" plan when it comes down to persecuting terrorists and criminals?

For those of you with weak stomachs, I suggest you stop reading here. Because here's another thing that will make your stomach queasy:

Aparaham Nizibilian, the Bloc's Candidate in Coderre's north-end Montreal riding, welcomed the news that Charkaoui was endorsing him and said he would be glad to campaign with him


Never mind that Charkaoui was never exonerated by the law regarding his ties to Al Qaeda, we see the Bloc's major hypocrisy (and outright twisted logic).

Right now the Liberals (rightly) wouldn't be caught dead with Alfonso Gagliano or Jean Chretien, let alone have them campaign for them. And they are under the suspicion of a financial scandal, not relations with a murderous organization.

However, with the Bloc Quebecois, logic seems to have taken a backseat in the election:

Campaigning with suspected embezzlers, wrong! Campaigning with suspected terrorists...hey no problem!


Of course this also sheds light on a nasty secret here in Quebec among the Arab community and the Separatists (for the most part).

The Arab community's take on terrorism here and throughout Canada has been beyond pathetic, and didn't go further than some petty denunciations. It comes as no surprise to me as I have heard many Arabs in the Montreal region express support for Al Qaeda.


Among the pure-laine separatists, well, its not exactly support for Al Qaeda, but more or less the "America got what it deserved on 9/11" rhetoric, although they stop just short of expressing sympathy for Al Qaeda.

What a crappy way to start off the day.

10 Comments:

At Tuesday, 06 December, 2005, Blogger Canadi-anna said...

Okay, it's a crappy way to start a day -- but to end it --
You were quoted in the Toronto Sun today! It was your piece about daycare.
Good for you!
I can't find a link online, but it's in the comment section of the paper under 'Other Voices' -- it's you and wonderdog.

 
At Tuesday, 06 December, 2005, Blogger The Arabian Knight said...

I was??? Really? I did not know that/

 
At Tuesday, 06 December, 2005, Blogger Canadi-anna said...

I can scan it and email it, if you want to give me your email address.

 
At Tuesday, 06 December, 2005, Blogger Canadi-anna said...

Nevermind -- just found it on your profile page.
I'll post it to you shortly.

 
At Tuesday, 06 December, 2005, Blogger The Arabian Knight said...

Sure, its in profile. Here it is:

abdul-hakim@sympatico.ca

 
At Saturday, 10 December, 2005, Blogger Louise said...

Hey, Canadi-Anna I love this. Bloggers are giving the lefty media the bum's rush.

 
At Saturday, 10 December, 2005, Blogger Louise said...

And as for stupid political campaigning, I'm beginning to think the Conservatives may actually have a chance. When you consider that a vote for the Liberals equals a vote for the Bloq and the (cough, hack, ooooh), the NDP, maybe people will finally come to their senses. The last thing that needs to happen in this country is another minority Liberal government in bed with the NDP. Talk about minority rule!!!!!! The party with the least seats in parliament and the most atrociously out of date ideology actually holding the balance of power. PUKE AND DOUBLE PUKE!!!

 
At Tuesday, 13 December, 2005, Blogger Canadi-anna said...

louise, the thought of another Liberal/NDP coalition is frightening.
I watch Revue Politique on CPAC and everyone seems to think Harper's actually doing okay in Quebec (polls notwithstanding).

AD- are things okay? You're awfully quiet.

 
At Wednesday, 14 December, 2005, Blogger The Arabian Knight said...

yeah yeah, just very busy with work nowadays.

 
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