Stripping Canadian Citizenship from Terrorists – email from Immigration Minister Jason Kenney

by 1389 on February 7, 2013

in 1389 (blog admin), Canada, immigration, Islamic terrorism

See: “Canadian” jihadi terrorists in Bulgaria, Algeria, and at home

PLEASE READ, NOTING THAT CANADA’S MINISTER OF IMMIGRATION JASON KENNEY REQUESTS OUR INPUT ABOUT STRIPPING CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP FROM TERRORISTS. MIN. KENNEY’S EMAIL ADDRESS IS jason.kenney@parl.gc.ca. PLEASE CIRCULATE TO OTHERS TOO.


From: Jason Kenney jason.kenney@parl.gc.ca
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2013 7:24 PM

Friends,

Thank you for contacting me about immigration reform. I always appreciate receiving your valuable feedback.

Recently, MP Devinder Shory, CPC MP for Calgary Northeast, introduced Private Members Bill C-425, Strengthening the Value of Canadian Citizenship, that would restore to the Citizenship Act powers to effectively revoke citizenship from Canadian dual citizens who go abroad and commit an act of war against Canada. Bill C-425 would also allow permanent residents who have signed a minimum three-year contract with the Canadian Forces to gain citizenship one year earlier than normal.

Strengthening the Value of Canadian Citizenship
http://devindershory.ca/?p=36

The Government is considering expanding this bill to include automatically stripping Canadian citizenship from dual citizens convicted of committing terrorist acts. It is our belief that anyone who commits a terrorist act in Canada or abroad has clearly renounced their Canadian citizenship by rejecting Canadian values and the loyalty to our country that citizenship requires. Most Western democracies, including Australia and the United Kingdom, already have the authority to revoke citizenship from terrorists.

I would value your feedback on this proposal.

If you agree and urge the Government to move quickly and pass legislation to strip convicted terrorists of their Canadian citizenship please sign the petition at
http://www.jasonkenney.ca/news/stripping-canadian-citizenship-from-terrorists/

It is important that you let me know if you think we are on the right track.

Best regards,

Jason

PS: As always, please forward this e-mail to your friends. Ask them to sign the petition if they support this proposal.


{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Not a Dhimmie February 8, 2013 at 2:58 am

Actually, forget dual nationality as a criteria. Anyone who is an immigrant, even if it renders them stateless, should be stripped of citizenship.

This should apply to the 2nd and 3rd generations, who appear to be more radical than their parents.

2 joan price February 9, 2013 at 3:42 pm

Yes Bill C-425 shouyld pass legislation to strip convicted terrorists of their Canadian citizenship. The opposition parties are not trying to keep Canada a safe place to live by dragging their feet on this Bill.

3 John Newton March 14, 2013 at 8:31 pm

Kenney is just trying to draw our attention away from Canada’s biggest problem, and that is its “Excessive Immigration Program”, and the fact that politicians are pandering to privilaged minority groups to secure more votes. The Canadians who built Canada are being told they must work to age sixty-seven. Government spent over $750,000 in legal fees “trying to reduce benefits to war veterans”. Government is taking from Canada’s most volnerable citizens, so will have the 23 billion dollars a year they need to house, educate, and feed immigrants. Due to citizens discussing this problem on the Internet, the government has introduced new Censorship Laws to try and muzzle those people. Type Brad Love into any search engine, you’ll read about a Canadian citizen who spent 18 months in prison “for demanding that politicians explain to him why they are importing criminals from Jamaica”. Canada has become a police state, and by 2040 the country will have a fully Muslim government, which was determined by experts who are studying cultural birth rates and Canada’s excessive immigration policies. These are scary times in Canada, which is why I moved out last year. May God have mercy on the grandchildren I left behind.

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