By Stewart Bell
"We think Al Qaeda maintains to have a terrorist infrastructure in Canada, one with documented hyperlinks to the U.S. whereas many border safety features were applied because Sep 11, the huge expanse of the 4,000-mile-long U.S. northern border, with eighty-six issues of access and numerous unofficial crossings, should still supply possibilities for operatives to penetrate U.S. nationwide safeguard, relatively if Western passports are used."--The FBI, in a categorized bulletin "Cold Terror will surprise the judgment of right and wrong of a kingdom. In terrifying element, it exhibits how the world’s terrorists have made themselves at domestic in Canada—and how they've been made welcome through cowardly politicians."--David Frum, Resident Fellow on the American company Institute and writer of, with Richard Perle, An finish to Evil: What’s subsequent within the struggle on Terror"Stewart Bell’s clarion demand motion should be heeded ahead of the ticking Canadian terrorist time bomb blows up toward domestic. If Canadian terrorists aren’t stopped prior to they use guns of mass destruction within the usa, we’ll have a long way larger difficulties than holding the border open for trade."--Patrick Grady, The Globe and Mail
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