ISIS’ Canadian attacks show we’re ill prepared

FI-Letter-to-the-EditorTo the Editor

There was a firefight at Parliament that’s now forgotten. Though this is still more than just another firefight to Canadians.

To know the Canadian way would be to understand how heartbreaking it is for them. Now after Ottawa, ISIS is so much more of a danger to the world. The gunman was a lone wolf, but was influenced by not one but three terrorist groups.

All my efforts at trying to contribute to community since the late 70’s and I now want to move to where I can see them coming. I have a desire to head out west and I find it hard to explain for I never leave a effort not finished.

So onward, I must keep bringing up the 2002 D.C. Beltway snipers tying up three police departments. If ISIS sends teams to North America and Europe there will be extreme shortages of personnel. Even I, with my continual complaints about not enough happen for our defense, was stunned by Ottawa.

Ottawa stunned me even though RCMPs that I knew told me that politicians would not listen. I believe now that my auxiliary proposal is needed even more.

I have been talking to Canadians too, a network of citizens in both the U.S. and Canada with military or first responder training that can act as a reserve pool. By networking I mean a military style unit ranking of communities/areas, as to their strength across North America forming a reserve Continental Army. This network will be a backup that would be insurance and show these maniacs that we mean to wipe them out.

We have to get down to brass tacks. Obama stated weeks ago that he was going to see ISIS wiped out and now he’s talking about containment of ISIS instead.

Sure I have had people listen and act in agreement, but my voice has never been more then a stone skipping across the water thrown by a man that’s always marched to a different drummer. What I and the world needs are celebrities who can see the need for all our citizens to be ready and “To praise the lord and pass the ammunition.”

Jim C. Reilly

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