Musings of a Canadian Slacker

Wednesday, August 27, 2003
The Immigration and Refugee Board, or at least one of its members, may actually have a clue about terrorism.
"We do not live in a vacuum," one IRB member ruled. "We realize that the current climate is one of heightened concerns when it comes to the issue of terrorism and security in this particular time, and if the Federal Court wishes to slap my hand for this they can feel free.

"The 'Western world,' so to speak, have this concern by virtue of comments made by extremist groups that they are out to get, more importantly, those in the United States and, of course, any and all who are part and parcel of that particular culture.