Recommended reading

Who Gets In: What’s wrong with Canada’s immigration program – and how to fix it  Daniel Stoffman (Author)

Jihad: Islam’s 1,300 Year War Against Western Civilisation  Arthur Kemp (Author)

Royal Canadian Jihad  Patrick Grady (Author)

Son of Hamas: A Gripping Account of Terror, Betrayal, Political Intrigue, and Unthinkable Choices  Mosab Hassan Yousef (Author), Brackin Ron Brackin (Contributor)

Cold Terror: How Canada Nurtures and Exports Terrorism Around the World   Stewart Bell (Author), Rohan Gunaratna (Foreword)

United in Hate: The Left’s Romance with Tyranny and Terror  Jamie Glazov (Author)

8 thoughts on “Recommended reading

  1. How is it that just anyone can create a weblog and get as popular as this? Its not like youve said something incredibly impressive –more like youve painted a pretty picture around an issue that you know nothing about! I dont want to sound mean, right here. But do you really think that you can get away with adding some fairly pictures and not genuinely say anything?

  2. What I wouldnt give to have a debate with you about this. You just say so many things that come from nowhere that Im pretty positive Id have a fair shot. Your blog is great visually, I mean people wont be bored. But others who can see past the videos and the layout wont be so impressed together with your generic understanding of this subject.

  3. I hate to say this, CK, but those comments from “business lawyers/divorce lawyers” is just another type of rabid spam. Delete them, or answer them directly at their “website link” and give them hell! 😉 I applaud your blog and its message. Keep up the great work, but don’t get “scammed” into the spam.
    “Spam in blogs (also called simply blog spam or comment spam is a form of spamdexing.) It is done by automatically posting random comments or promoting commercial services to blogs, wikis, guest books, or other publicly accessible online discussion boards. Any web application that accepts and displays hyperlinks submitted by visitors may be a target. Adding links that point to the spammer’s web site artificially increases the site’s search engine ranking. An increased ranking often results in the spammer’s commercial site being listed ahead of other sites for certain searches, increasing the number of potential visitors and paying customers.” (from Wikipedia)

    Take care!

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