So, lemme understand this, here.

Canada’s security net is full of holes, with most border crossings guarded by a lone staffer and airport security so lax that missing security badges and uniforms recently turned up for sale on eBay.

A new Canadian Senate security report calls for reform, a boost in defense spending and improved cooperation with the United States.

And yet, Canadian PM Paul Martin responds to this and other security concerns by saying:

…he does not believe the U.S. ballistic missile shield will succeed in shooting down incoming rockets, as he threw up new roadblocks to counter President George W. Bush’s strong appeal for Canada to join his continental defence plan.

Canada will not put any money into building the missile shield and it will not allow Washington to station rockets on Canadian soil as the price of participation in the multibillion-dollar program, Martin told Global National in a year-end interview.

In another issue that could cause friction with Bush, Martin said Canada was prepared to accept U.S. citizens who do not want to serve in the war in Iraq.

Wake up, Canada. Your government is falling down on it’s first and most important job; Security.

Do you really think that if and when the US were to fall to these bastards, that you’d not be next on the list? Does the name Neville Chamberlain ring a bell with you?