That’s very simplistic logic.
Are you ok with your neighbours, friends, teachers, classmates being treated differently by the law and classed as second class citizens just because of where they were born or who their parents are? Its incredibly xenophobic.
If they commit crimes, they should serve jail time. I believe in a Canada where the end goal is not perpetual punishment. People should be given help and resources and be allowed to transition to a peaceful, civil life. Tough on Crime policies don’t work. They only further perpetuate dangerous behaviours.
What good does stripping citizenship and deportation of dangerous people do? All that does is removes them from Canada. That’s an archaic tactic that the civilized world got rid of centuries ago: Exile.
And with C-51 its possible you could lose your citizenship under the guise of terrorism charges that pose no relation to the image of violent terrorism. There are real fears that protest groups and first nations, defending their interests could face serious charges. That’s not just.
Also under C-24 you could lose your citizenship and be deported if corrupt courts from another country accuse you of crimes. You could just be a journalist caught in government affairs, and without a trial, without a judge you could lose your citizenship.