Fawning Canadian Media Asks Omar Khadr “Boy Band” Questions

From Rebel Media

It was a day Al-Qaeda has been looking forward to for years: the release of admitted terrorist Omar Khadr to a sympathetic Canadian media.

What Khadr told the media yesterday was important, but equally revealing were the sorts of questions journalists asked him — and didn’t.

Khadr’s lawyer Dennis Edney crankily ordered reporters to “be respectful” and only ask his client certain questions — and these “journalists” obeyed!

(They made sure not to air that particular part of the press conference on their shows, though.)

PS: I explain why Khadr’s new home is more like Guantanamo Bay than you might think.

Parliament Hill reaction to Omar Khadr’s release?

How did the politicians in the House of Commons react to the news of Omar Khadr’s release on bail?

There was one question about it during Question Period.

The opposition wanted to talk about Mike Duffy instead.


Ezra you should know why Terrorist Khadr Jr. Is staying with his lawyer, Seditious Prostitute Edney! It’s so they can spin the truth about baby terrorist Omar. It is so that… no press , paparazzi or patriot can get close to him. No questions can be asked of terrorist Omar without legal representation. He won’t be apt to open his mouth and actually give an answer that would tarnish the fairy tale scenario they are trying to get people to believe!

Prostitute Edney should go back to his beloved Scotland if he doesn’t like Canada and PM Harper. No one has a gun to his temple and telling him he has to stay here! He could move and take terrorist Omar back with him! Heck…take the whole terrorist Khadr family too! Let Great Britain have them and their sharia law, kill the infidel, satanic cult family!

As for the Opposition Politicians being more worried about Mike Duffy…it’s not surprising! The New Dhimmi Party is quite happy that Terrorist Omar is out on bail! Nothing to see here folks…let’s just move along now like good little sheeple!

~Blessed B~

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6 Responses to Fawning Canadian Media Asks Omar Khadr “Boy Band” Questions

  1. Clyde says:

    Wow. Lunacy personified. How the hell did you manage to keep from kicking your computer while putting this together, B ?

    • Blessed B. says:

      LOL! It was difficult to not have a complete hissy fit for sure Clyde! These loonatics are going to have to eat much crow if terrorist Omar does anything wrong.

      My gut tells me that terrorist Omar will behave himself until his trial in the USA. He most likely will then just go MIA and either head out of Country to join his al-Qaeda brothers in the ME OR go to some Islamic compound in the States to help out.

      Hopefully CSIS will be allowed to use their new International powers to keep track of him in the USA.

  2. Uriel says:

    So what happens when Not if in the near future this radical kills many more innocents? Are those who set Him free going to jail to fullfill his term? No! They should be removed and barred as radical sympathizers.

    • Blessed B. says:

      Those who set him free won’t see any repercussions for doing so. Though they definitely should do so if he goes missing or he does anything to kill other innocents.

      The Judge and his Lawyer should be investigated by CSIS for sure! If they are found to be on some terrorist payroll or acquainted with any terrorist organization…they should be arrested and stand trial for it.

      I also think that once terrorist Omar has had his day in court in the USA…. if he allowed to go free and comes back to Canada…. him and his terrorist loving family should all be arrested and charged with treason!

      Guess though we’ll just have to wait and see who gets into power in the Fall here. If Harper….then he should be getting even tougher on this type of BS!

  3. Hardnox says:

    This whole thing is crazy. Released on bail? WTF?

    Looks like your media has prostituted itself as well with the hope of continued access to produce higher ratings. So much for free speech.

    Btw, is free speech in the Canuke constitution or codified into your law?

    • Blessed B. says:

      Yep…our media is just as lame! Run by Liberals though…so what can one expect except drivel!

      From what I have heard…the judge had no right to release Terrorist Khadr on bail. It was illegal to do so actually. I doubt though the judge will be de-barred for it. We’ll have to see what PM Harper and gov’t. plan to do now.

      Our Canadian Charter of rights and freedoms says we have free speech.

      However, section 1 of the Charter also recognizes that even in a democracy, rights and freedoms are not absolute. For example, no one is free to yell “fire” in a crowded theatre, to slander someone, to engage in religious practices which cause harm to others, to spread child pornography or hate propaganda or to enter or leave Canada without any restrictions whatsoever. Parliament or a provincial legislature can limit fundamental rights, but only if it can show that the limit

      •is set out in a law; pursues an important goal which can be justified in a free and democratic society; and
      •pursues that goal in a reasonable and proportionate manner.

      The interests of society must always be balanced against the interests of individuals to see if limits on individual rights can be justified.
      The Charter also affirms that we are a multicultural country and that the Charter must be interpreted consistently with this ideal.

      What rights does the Charter protect?

      The Charter protects
      •fundamental freedoms
      •democratic rights
      •mobility rights
      •legal rights
      •equality rights
      •language rights

      It also recognizes and affirms Aboriginal and treaty rights.

      Fundamental freedoms
      •Everyone in Canada is free to practise any religion or no religion at all.
      •We are free to think our own thoughts, speak our minds, to gather peacefully into groups and to associate with whomever we wish, as long as we do not infringe valid laws which protect the rights and interests of others.
      •The media are free to print and broadcast news and other information, subject only to reasonable and justifiable limits set out in law.


      The federal and provincial and territorial governments are all responsible for the judicial system in Canada.

      Only the federal government can appoint and pay judges of the superior, or upper-level, courts in the provinces. Parliament can also establish a general court of appeal and other courts. It has created the Supreme Court of Canada, the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal, as well as the Tax Court.

      Parliament also has exclusive authority over the procedure in courts that try criminal cases. Federal authority for criminal law and procedure ensures fair and consistent treatment of criminal behaviour across the country.

      The provinces administer justice in their jurisdictions. This includes organizing and maintaining the civil and criminal provincial courts and civil procedure in those courts.

      http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/csj-sjc/just/img/outline.jpg …..outline of Canada’s court system