Tuesday, January 31, 2017

UPDATED - The Attack On The Quebec Mosque Was a Anti-Islam Attack By Man Who Was Pro-Trump/Pro-Le Pen

Here we go. Get ready for the avalanche of hatred from the Government Media/Academia Complex.

From the Daily Mail:
Alexandre Bissonnette was seen arriving at Quebec City courthouse in a white prison jumpsuit on Monday 
He faces six counts of murder and five charges of attempted murder for the 'barbaric' killings on Sunday 
The 27-year-old political sciences student is accused of killing six men as they attended evening prayers 
Azzedine Soufiane, Boubaker Thabti, 44, and Khaled Belkacemi are among the men killed in the attack 
Abdelkrim Hassen, 41, a married father-of-three and the concierge at the mosque, Ibrahima Barry, 39, died 
Mamadou Tanou Barry, 42, the cousin of Ibrahima, who are both from Guinea, was also killed in the shooting 
Five more were gravely injured in the Sunday night attack at the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center 
Bissonnette was arrested after calling 911 himself from his car 15 miles from the bloody scene at the mosque 
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said there was 'no mistake' it was a terrorist attack against Muslims 
He held a minute's silence in the House of Commons on Monday and told Canadian Muslims: 'We will love you'

Here's more from Will at THE OTHER NEWS:

Perpetrator of Terror attack Bissonnette had withdrawn into himself. (Lapresse)[GoogleTranslate].

Alexandre Bissonnette, a Carougeois student in political science at Université Laval, has reportedly cut off contact with several people around him, including his best friend, in the month preceding the tragic Sunday night shooting at the Holy Mosque -Foy. 

Éric Debroise had met Alexandre Bissonnette a few times in the last few months, through the best friend of the presumed shooter of the mosque. Bissonnette occasionally sent him political comments in a private message on Facebook. 

"He had retired and was not communicating with people for nearly a month. His best friend could no longer reach him. The last time he wrote to me was after Castro's death. I did not reply. He was upset that the media he judged on the left did not say anything against Castro, but were very vocal against Trump. " 

It is that Bissonnette had an admiration assumed for the new American president, explains Éric Debroise, who himself works in the political field and militates for Quebecois secularism. In the aftermath of the attack on Monday, Debroise said he realized he had been dealing without knowing it with a "white supremacist, a pure racist." However, he would never have made that statement before Sunday's tragedy. "He was small and slim, very introverted with a fleeting glance. He did not look very strong. I never thought he was at risk of radicalization. " 

Alexandre Bissonnette had been studying political science at Université Laval for several years. The establishment announced on Monday that it was excluded from any activity of the establishment until the end of the judicial process in progress. "He was practically in all my classes. He's a loner. He did not really have friends, "says a former college fellow. 

"It seemed to me the most classic of right-wing conservatives. He had never referred to violence as a vehicle for political action, "says another student, who had done a part-time job with him. It nevertheless corroborates the very vocal support of Bissonnette for Donald Trump. 

Another man who rubbed shoulders with Bissonnette remembers him as "a not very sociable guy". "Sincerely, I'm not so surprised that his name comes out after the tragedy. It has always been special. "
Some community groups also raised, on Monday, the unflattering reputation that Alexandre Bissonnette had made on the social networks. 

"It is with pain and anger that we learn the identity of the terrorist Alexandre Bissonnette, unfortunately known to several activists in Quebec for his positions of identity, pro-Marine Le Pen and anti-feminists on social networks" Denounced the page manager Welcome to refugees.es - Quebec City, François Deschamps. 

Mr. Deschamps then told La Presse that Bissonnette regularly attacked feminist groups behind his keyboard, using the term "femazazi". 

Intimidated all his childhood 

In Cap-Rouge, on the other hand, the arrest of Bissonnette created a different wave of shock among those who rubbed shoulders with him at one time or another of his youth, especially in the cadets and schools of Grandes-Marées and Of the Compagnons-de-Cartier. 

"All I can remember is that it was incredible how intimidated he was. He was one of the most intimidated guys in the school, he and his twin brother, "remembers a former classmate at Compagnons-de-Cartier. 

"He never said anything, he let himself be pounded on his feet. Speaking with people who met him a little after high school, it seems that it made him very easy to manipulate, very influential. Today I tell people around me: look at what it can do to bully kids. 

Acquaintances from Mr. Bissonnette’s earlier years say he was introverted, socially awkward and frequently bullied. Toma Popescu remembered bigger kids teasing Mr. Bissonnette for his slight, pallid appearance and his unfashionable clothing. “He dressed like a country boy,” Mr. Popescu said.

The bullies who targeted Mr. Bissonnette would demand his money and his lunch, even roughing him up, Mr. Popescu added. But Mikael Labrecque Berger said that Mr. Bissonnette wasn’t cowed by his social problems at school.

He never seemed to take it like personally,” Mr. Berger. “He had an almost happy attitude about it.”

“Someone [would] tell him, ‘You’re ugly,’ and he would say, ‘You too are ugly.’” …

"Even at the primary level, he and his brother were rejected and they were intimidated. It was really nerds, "continues a neighbor of the Bissonnette family. Information confirmed to the Sun by former comrades at Grandes-Marées. 

"They were behaving like twins. They were like merged together. They were also introverted, it is as if they were self sufficient, "explains another neighbor, Alain Dufour. However, one of the twins had moved in July. 

"There has never been a party at home, never a youth gang in the yard. It was really not neighbors to problem, "continues his spouse, Huguette Gagnon. "It's an infinite sadness for the family. The parents were so present for their children. Their father was a model father in my head. The mother too. " 

The family home of the Bissonnette family was searched by police on Sunday night. 

No charges of terrorism.

Although the killing has been described as an act of terror, no charges of terrorism have been retained for the moment by the public prosecutor. 

"The accusations made today are consistent with the evidence gathered," said Jacques in a brief press briefing after the appearance. But you understand that the events have happened very recently and that the police investigation is continuing. " 

Under the Criminal Code of Canada, a terrorist activity is an act committed in the name of - exclusively or not - a political, religious or ideological purpose, objective or cause. It is committed - exclusively or not - to intimidate all or part of the population with regard to its security, inter alia in economic terms, or to compel a person, government or national or international organization to perform an act or To abstain from it, whether or not the person, population, government or organization is in Canada. 

According to the Criminal Code, the act of terrorism causes serious injury or death to a person, through the use of violence, endangers the life of a person, seriously jeopardizes the health or Security of all or part of the population. 

The penalty for an act of terrorism will be consecutive to any other penalty except life imprisonment. Read the full story here.


Anonymous said...

Shooting and shouting 'allahu ackbar' confirms this dude was a Trump supporter. Right.

Of course, the fact that the other detainee's identity was Muhammed Khadir - an identity which exposes an uncomfortable history of Canada's embrace of jihadists has nothing to do with it.

2004 Daniel Pipes: The Khadrs, Canada's First Family of Terrorism

Note: Pipes refers to the "Khadr" family from Egypt
The "Khadir" identity involved (or not) in the Quebec jihad allegedly hailed from Morocco.

Anonymous said...

OT . . .
oh my…

Pelosi Doesn’t Know Where Her ‘Real People’ Are


House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) lost her “real people” during a protest in front of the Supreme Court building on Monday evening.

Pelosi was leading a series of speakers who were protesting President Donald Trump’s recent executive order halting the Syrian refugee program and barring immigration to the U.S. from seven Muslim-majority countries with terrorism problems.

Pelosi turned the podium over to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.), who spoke and held a small candle before Pelosi wanted to introduce and bring in some “real people.”

“I want to introduce the real people,” Pelosi said. “I’ll do the real people now.”

Pelosi spoke some more before mentioning two people who would tell “their courageous stories.”

“Are they here?” Schumer asked as he looked around. “Where are they?”

After realizing that the two “real people” were not present, Pelosi and Schumer went to introduce Sen. Chris Murphy (D., Conn.). Murphy was not present either, however. Pelosi and Schumer then went into introduce Sen. Mazie Hirono (D., Hawaii), who turned out not to be at the protest either.

“Will there be a question and answers?” a reporter asked to no response.

Finally, Pelosi moved to the next name on her list, Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D., N.Y.), who was present.

“Okay, we’ve got one who’s here,” Pelosi said.

Monday’s protest came just days after Democrats held training sessions on how to talk to regular people during a recent retreat.


Anonymous said...

take on Merkel opening the “gates of vienna” to millions of people from Middle East, Northern Africa and parts of Asia concludes it was planned years ahead. The transcript in English is included and the comments are worth reading.


Regarding the U.S. immigration policy, back in the olden days, those going through Ellis Island and the Port of New Orleans were required to go through extensive scrutiny and had to have a sponsor that guaranteed they would be financially responsible for the person’s welfare.

Anonymous said...

Trump Files Early With FEC For 2020 Candidacy, Outmaneuvers Nonprofits

Here is the beauty of it:

“More importantly, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations would no longer be able to engage in “political speech” which could theoretically affect the results of the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election without running the risk of losing their nonprofit status. The move effectively bars interest groups from creating nonprofits which they could funnel money into for the purposes of opposing Trump’s initiatives. This will likely create chaos for political opponents of Trump such as George Soros, who has sunk significant amounts of money into various nonprofit groups with the intent of opposing Trump’s government.


Anonymous said...

Regarding the Quebec attack: Regardless of intent or motivation, we must let the courts do their job.


Pastorius said...

Anonymous #1,
I am aware the first suspect was named Mohammed.

However, he was cleared, supposedly. He could have just been a Mosque attendee fleeing from the terrible situation who got arrest by police for appearing to flee as a criminal.

It also could be that no one actually heard "Allahu Akbar."

We can't know. We weren't there.

All we can do is trust the authorities, unless we have other evidence, or unless we want to veer into conspiracy theory.

Thedeplorableraven said...

Not buying it. With the amount of evidence we have of the media and libtard governments around the world lying and doing worse to manipulate public opinion (remember the politician who was murdered right before BREXIT to sway public opinion?) I'm putting this on the libtards. Trump bans rapefugees from 7 terrorist countries...and all of a sudden there's an attack to show that the evil folks are actually white pro Trump people? Yeah color me skeptical...this stinks to high heaven.

Pastorius said...

I am skeptical too.

But at the same time, I do not want to turn this site's front page into one of those Sandy Hook Actors raving conspiracy sites.

Anonymous said...

Skeptical, indeed. Recall also - the Daily Caller fell for fake news indicating early on that the shooter(s) were white supremacists...almost as if they were prepared to be the first to release anticipated news coming down the pike:

The Daily Caller has article where the Daily Beast fell for a fake Reuters tweet and ran a story where the attackers were two white wing bloggers. Gave their names and pictures, along with an anti white writeup. Said Daily Beast is always complaining about fake news.


Daily Beast Falls For Fake News On Quebec Mosque Shooting
The Daily Beast wrongfully accused two fictitious white supremacists as the prime suspects in the Quebec City mosque shooting Sunday night after falling for a bogus Reuters Twitter account.

Late Sunday night, an unverified account pretending to be Reuters tweeted, “Authorities have identified the suspects in #Quebec City shooting as white supremacists David M.J. Aurine and Mathieu Fournier.”


The two wrongly identified individuals are right-wing bloggers Davis M.J. Aurini and Matt Forney.

Anonymous said...

now they are saying that the Moroccan’s name is in fact “Mohammed Belkhadir ”

Pastorius said...

I thought the Moroccan guy was ruled out.

Have they ruled him back in?

Redneck Texan said...

By Man Who Was Pro-Trump/Pro-Le Pen

.... I'm betting he was Pro-Zac as well.