Open Letter to the Leaders of Canada

To Justin Trudeau, his Cabinet, and the current sitting members of Parliament,

I am going to step away from the main virtue that Canadian people are known for, and that is being nice.    I’m angry.   I am angry at you.  All of you.  You failed.   You failed in your duty.    The main one to which all people believe in, when it comes to a democratic nation.

The duty of protecting it’s people.     You failed.    You failed in helping our Canadian citizens John Ridsdel and Robert Hall.

Abu Sayyaf demand Canadian government pay ransom for hostage Robert Hall in new video

While our Prime Minister was busy with PR stunts and photo opportunities, these men, our own citizens had their lives cut short by people who have no respect for freedom, democracies, religions or life.   They pleaded from their government to intervene in some way.   You stood by and did nothing.   They asked you in the very real terror to do your duty to protect them, and you were silent.

“To the Canadian government, I’m told to tell you to meet the demand,” Hall said in the video. “I don’t know what you’re doing but, you’re not doing anything for us. John is being sacrificed, his family has been decimated, and I’m not sure why or what you’re waiting for.”

Then afterwards,  Justin you went on camera and gave a speech, which amounted to nothing.   It meant nothing.   You did nothing to prevent this tragedy, nothing to protect our citizens, our brothers.    You had the power, the authority but you stood by and did nothing.

You took a policy of standing by and doing nothing after decades of terrorism and threats to free people of the world.   Instead you sit back and kill the people you have  a duty to protect and wring your hands and give your condolences to the families of the dead who have to live with the loss and the knowledge of the horrible ways these victims died.

It’s time you, and I mean a all of you stand up and do your duty to the people of canada and do something to stop these terrorists from doing this again to any Canadian.   It’s time you did your duty.    If you cannot, or will not, protect our people when these types of things happen then all of you need to step down from your positions and let real men and women, who have the courage to stand up against terrorists who kidnap and kill our people.

Instead of spending your time in front of the press, flashing love signs and promoting feminism and spending billions each month, do your job.

The policy of not paying ransoms has failed.   It can be proven with the evidence of the bodies of these men, and every single man, woman and child this has happened to over the past 20 years.

If a police officer stands by, and does nothing and remains silent, while he watches a citizen be killed by another he can be considered an accessory to the crime of murder.    You, the cabinet and the members of parliament are guilty of being accessories to acts terrorism.

Do something or step down from your positions you cowards.