William H.A. Willbond MSM, CD

TREASON

These Omar Kadar fans trained within their mosques.
They lived here in Free Canada at our taxpayer’s cost.
Joining El Kebab and El Qaeda terrorist sleeper cells.
They travelled abroad to send us infidels all to hell.

If wounded they return for our great free Medicare.
Canada’s great passport is free pass from anywhere.
The Algerian Army protected their desert gas works.
They killed a couple, of our Canadian Terrorist Jerks.

Dozens of our own sleeper cell terrorists are over there.
Fighting against woman’s rights in those lands of despair.
They fight for murderous religious beliefs and Sharia Law.
Making IED’s taking lives of Canadian Soldiers they saw.

We should question Government and ask them the reason.
Why are these sleeper cell monsters not tried for treason?
We caught a bunch here in Canada and we just let them go.
With a weak tap on the wrist, that was a bloody poor show!

Author’s Note: Inspired by Times Colonist article of March 24, 2013 (reproduced below).

Sunday, March 24, 2013

REMAINS OF ATTACK YIELDS SECOND CANADIAN

67 Died In Terrorist Siege At Algerian Natural Gas Plant

The Canadian Press

OTTAWA – The remains of a second Canadian have been identified from the carnage of January’s terrorist attack at an Algeria natural gas plant.

The RCMP said in an email Saturday that the second Canadian was identified from among the bodies of the men accused of being terrorists.

Police are giving out no further information.

Earlier this month police confirmed another Canadian was among those killed, but wouldn’t say if the remains were discovered among the al-Qaeda linked terrorists or the hostages.

At least 38 hostages and 29 militants were killed in a four-day siege that ended when the Algerian military stormed the gas plant.

Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal said soon after that two Canadians were among the band of militants who took hundreds of workers hostage.

The Foreign Affairs Department initially couldn’t confirm the claim and RCMP investigators were sent to Algiers to follow up.

Canadian intelligence officials have said dozens of Canadians have ventured abroad – or tried to do so – to take part in violent operations.