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Terrorism: The systematic use of fear and the threat of violence to achieve political aims.

“Conservative Leader Stephen Harper said Sunday if re-elected he would introduce legislation that would make it a criminal offence for Canadians to travel to parts of the world under the control of extremist groups. “We’ve got to nip this in the bud before terrorists, trained terrorists, return to this country. There’s no more importance than ensuring the safety of Canadians.” he said.”

Terrorism: The systematic use of fear and the threat of violence to achieve political aims.

“”A sea of trouble is lapping at our shores,” Harper said in Brampton. “Canada is the closest thing the world has to an island of security and stability.”

Terrorism: The systematic use of fear and the threat of violence to achieve political aims.

“The world is a dangerous place and, as most brutally demonstrated by last October’s attacks in Ottawa and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Canada is not immune to the threat of terrorism,” said the Prime Minister. “The proposed legislation will provide Canadian law enforcement and national security agencies with additional tools and flexibility to keep pace with evolving threats and better protect Canadians here at home.”

Terrorism: The systematic use of fear and the threat of violence to achieve political aims.

“These guys [Mulcair and Trudeau] just don’t get it. We’re living in a dangerous world.” Stephen Harper, 2015

Terrorism: The systematic use of fear and the threat of violence to achieve political aims

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