An additional $92 billion has been spent on national security in Canada in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, according to a report to be released Wednesday.
The study by the Ottawa-based Rideau Institute tracked the budgets for what it calls the "new national security establishment," that it says was built in response to the terrorist attacks a decade ago and includes the departments of National Defence, Foreign Affairs, Public Safety, Justice, the RCMP, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, and the Canada Border Services Agency.
The study found that since 2000-01, Canada has dedicated $92 billion more to national security spending than it would have if budgets had remained in line with spending levels before the attacks in 2001, $69 billion when adjusted for inflation. MORE >>>
Meaning that in total, Canada has spend $161,000,000,000.00 since the bogus 9/11 attacks. When you consider that the total population of Canada is 34,000,000 (man, woman and child) that means that $4.735.00 of National Debt was added to each living Canadian.