Sober Reflection on Aftermath of James Forcillo Conviction Verdict

On Monday January 25th, 2016 a Toronto Police Officer James Forcillo was found guilty at a Toronto court house for one count of attempted murder. This was a sad news to hear that a police officer who sworn to protect citizens from harms, an impartial judicial system convicted of a crime that caused many emotional …

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US Drones Down and Role of Canada

I red the below article and decided to respond to it. I just made a slight polishing. http://www.vanguardcanada.com/2016/01/22/u-s-military-reports-record-number-of-drone-crashes/#comment-1848 Dear Sir/Madam: I am reading this article and several questions came to my mind. 1. What is the deadline to this war? 2. What is the actual target which needs to be eliminated? 3. Why is the …

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Off the Terrorist Radar

On Tuesday January 19th, 2016 The Globe and Mail published an article that NATO nations did not invited Canada to a round table to discuss the war on terror. It appears that some individuals are disappointed how the NATO nations are not interested to engage Canada on police of War on Terror. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/defence-minister-denies-canada-cut-out-of-anti-is-decision-making/article28256992/ In fact, …

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