By Letter to the Editor on September 13, 2017.
Re: “Guest Column: Human rights are for everyone,” Sept. 6
Elizabeth Strange is right; human rights are for all humanity. Omar Khadr has no conscience, as shown by his actions to kill any allied soldiers or any civilian happening by. No Canadian or anyone else on Earth would do this.
So his rights as a human are forfeited and he should be treated as such, and all terrorists the same. They operate outside of human law so why should they be judged by human law?
The column writer is the personification of the bleeding-heart Liberals. The previous government could not stand to cause every dead soldier to roll over in their graves and every living one to question their purpose.
My original question still stands: How did an avowed terrorist get Canadian citizenship?
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