This CBC story details the United Nations' condemnation of Canadian complicity in various instances of torture. It criticizes such things as:
- How Canada's recent immigration law reforms put more refugees at risk of deportation to torture
- The torture-by-proxy of Muayyed Nureddin, Ahmad Abou-Elmaati and Abdullah Almalki
- Canada's laziness at the repatriation of Omar Khadr
- Canada's callous and stupid handing over of prisoners to the torturing NDS of the Afghanistan government
One commenter - the aptly named "DavidFrumforPM" - [!!!] - manages to mix everything up together and mewls thusly:
So what was Canada supposes to do - set up a POW camp in Afghanistan? Canada did not torture these poor men and they were citizens of the offending countries, I believe. The compensation should come from Syria and Afghanstan. As for the UN, please spend your time and resources on likes of Syria who is slaughtering their own child citizens.Why yes "DavidFrumforPM" , that's EXACTLY what Canada should have done! Canada was awash in billions of surplus dollars at the time, and nobody put a gun to our leaders' heads and forced them to commit our troops to propping-up a torturing narco-pedophile dictatorship. If Canada's super-genius political leaders didn't want to be complicit in the torture of innocent Afghan prisoners, they shouldn't have committed to the insanely evil occupation of Afghanistan. Since they did get involved, they should have spent the goddamned money necessary to ensure the decent treatment of any prisoners we took and conform thereby with fucking goddamned international human rights laws!!!!
The idiotic puss-ball "DavidFrumforPM" has also (sort of) entered the Ezra Levant Zone by thinking that people who have been tortured by a cruel dicatorship can somehow take the dictatorial government to court and sue them for damages. The absurdity is self-evident to anyone with a functioning brain.