Friday, May 11, 2012

Domestic Terrorism on the Rise in Canada

The unlawful use of violence against persons or property in order to coerce or intimidate a government or the civilian population in furtherance of political or social objectives is Domestic Terrorism and seems to be on the rise and out of control in a number of Canada's largest cities.

In Montreal the recent premeditated throwing of smoke bombs in underground crowded subways was for no other reason than to intentionally cause terror amongst daily civilian subway commuters.

As with all acts of domestic terror these radical anarchists and skipping class delinquent students hoped that their lawlessness terror acts would result in causing a public panic that kills people in seconds as does smoke.  

After what took place in Toronto during the G20 one would have hoped, that any person having the slightest of common sense and a member of the police service board, that alarm bells would have been ringing loud and clear about domestic terrorism and student protesters as socially dangerous elements within society and  attempted wreckers of the public economy.   

Unfortunately Toronto’s appointed, not elected, Chair of our police service board a Mr. Alok Mukherjee concerned himself, the media and the other members of the board about his far more interest with United Nations rules relating to “Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners,” than he and his fellow members were with the masked malcontent anarchist protesters who had ignored our Canadian laws of civil society and began burning police cars, smashing store windows, damaging private and public property?
Last I heard Canadian citizens are subject to and under our government’s national Canadian laws.
Perhaps he and his fellow police service board members do not know what is the legal definition of domestic terrorism?
To my knowledge as of this day Mr. Mukherjee has not publicly expressed his personal or that of the police services board, revulsion over the violence and the black stain these hooded, lawless anarchist protesters caused and left for the taxpayers and business of Toronto to dig out of and pay the costs?
These ongoing acts of domestic terrorism by criminal perpetrators’ and professional protesters residing in our Canadian cities in no stretch of one’s imagination, even in today’s socialistic media or our justice system, should such lawlessness be condoned or labelled as mischievous, amusing acts by like able scamps, a prank or attempted terror hoax.

Our Canadian laws should be amended to ensure that the young offenders Act dose not apply or is available as a defence for any person in Canada charged of domestic terrorism or conspiracy relating to same.

Any criminal act of domestic terror attempted or otherwise in Canada is a criminal act of domestic terrorism against civilians and the full force of the law must always be applied against such socially dangerous criminal delinquents and lawless hooligans.

All such acts, attempted or otherwise, must be legally and severely dealt with and upon conviction should automatically result  with the removal of these radical anarchist pilferers and wreckers from our Canadian cities and the community for life and not a mere penalty sentence of between 2 to 5 years.

The sketch below of those accused to date represents a group collectivization of idleness radical anarchist hooligan pilferers of public space, buildings and private property who are not gainfully employed and are a dangerous antisocial element within society that demands the full force of the law and legal system is applied equally and harshly against such juvenile or adult delinquency be they young or old offenders.

Update from Globe and Mail and Montreal Gazette

Geneviève Vaillancourt, Roxanne Belisle, François Vivier-Gagnon and Vanessa L'Écuyer face charges of conspiracy, mischief and committing a hoax regarding a terrorist activity, an offence punishable by up five years in prison.
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Thanks for your thoughts, comments and opinions, will be in touch. Peter Clarke