Multiple dead after shooting at Quebec City mosque


mentalfloss
#511
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

Are they investigating the NDP for this?

No, the NDP is the best party on this issue.
 
JLM
#512
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

You are an idiot..


I've been telling the A$$hole that for close to ten years along with about a dozen others, it's like trying to penetrate concrete to find two brain cells. He just don't have 'em ts!
 
Machjo
#513
Quote: Originally Posted by mentalfloss View Post

No, the NDP is the best party on this issue.

In the last Federal election, the Libertarian Party proposed an open-border policy on immigration. Compared to that, the NDP was just a smidgen to the left of the Conservative Party!
 
Locutus
#514
Canadian Government Changes The Narrative On The Quebec Mosque Shooting



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtTDz2UpIdo&sns=tw

Quebec shooting narrative: Where @justintrudeau @gmbutts @katepurchase implement their globalist agency.
 
Cannuck
#515
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

I've been telling the A$$hole that for close to ten years along with about a dozen others, it's like trying to penetrate concrete to find two brain cells. He just don't have 'em ts!

It must drive you absolutely crazy to have somebody you think is an idiot, hand you your a$$ day after day after day. I'd be pretty embarrassed if I were you
 
Curious Cdn
#516
Quote: Originally Posted by Cannuck View Post

It must drive you absolutely crazy to have somebody you think is an idiot, hand you your a$$ day after day after day. I'd be pretty embarrassed if I were you

If you are sufficiently dumbed down, it all just bounces off of you.
 
mentalfloss
#517
More right wing terrorism..

Muslim immigrant cabbies say they face discrimination in Quebec City job market - Montreal - CBC News
 
Locutus
#518
cool story frère.
 
EagleSmack
#519
Poster Child of the NDP... and the Face of Terror

 
mentalfloss
#520
As we learned in Quebec, no one is safe from extremism

That narrative of civilization under siege has been popularized by nationalist political parties across Europe and by right-wing media in the United States. Now, it has been normalized by Mr. Trump, who warned against "the hateful ideology of radical Islam" during his campaign. His chief adviser, Stephen Bannon, warned in 2014 that "there is a major war brewing, a war that's already global." Among the President's first acts in office was to slap a completely arbitrary ban on visitors, immigrants and refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries, which caused a furious backlash and total chaos.

https://beta.theglobeandmail.com/opi...service=mobile
 
taxslave
+1
#521
Quote: Originally Posted by mentalfloss View Post

More right wing terrorism..

Muslim immigrant cabbies say they face discrimination in Quebec City job market - Montreal - CBC News

Like citiots everywhere they refuse to go where the jobs are. One can find many white born in Canada degree holders driving hacks, making coffee, working at self serve gas bars. But that is not discrimination and does not fit your failed narrative.
 
mentalfloss
#522
Do you even know what you're talking about anymore?
 
JLM
#523
Quote: Originally Posted by mentalfloss View Post

Do you even know what you're talking about anymore?


I think a lot of people have been puzzling for years re your knowledge. Seems whichever subject comes up you know it all - just like Cannucklehead aka Putz!
 
Locutus
#524
Quebec Mosque Attack Motive
...
no evidence outside of those two Facebook likes (for Trump and LePen) have been provided to substantiate the claim that Bissonnette behaved like an extremist online.

Moreover, refugee advocacy group members who say Bissonnette was known to them as an extremist online… Well, they too have yet to provide any evidence to substantiate their claim.

In the meantime, Canada’s mainstream media has carried on with a portrait of the suspect as a right-wing extremist, while calls for more gun control abound.
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UPDATE: Quebec Mosque Attack Motive - The Rebel
 
mentalfloss
#525
Families of Quebec City mosque victims face financial struggle

Many wives of the men killed or injured in last week's Quebec City shooting at a mosque are wondering how they will support themselves and their children.

At least six of the victims were either the sole breadwinner of their family or self-employed. That's left their families with no regular income.

"[The shooting] happened on Jan. 29. On the first of February there is rent to pay, but I know the bank accounts of the deceased people are blocked, so it's complicated," said Mohammed Haroun, treasurer at the Islamic Cultural Centre.

The attack on the Quebec City mosque left six men dead and 19 others wounded. As a result, there are now six widows, five mothers who split their time between their home and the hospital, 17 fatherless children and more than two dozen children whose fathers are recovering from gunshot wounds and the emotional trauma of what they witnessed.

One of thousands of handwritten letters to the families of the victims of the deadly Jan. 29, 2017 shooting at Quebec City's Islamic Cultural Centre. (Catou MacKinnon/CBC)

Haroun said the mosque started by giving each family money, to deal with what he called "immediate needs."

For example, the families of five of the six men who were killed have travelled to their countries of origin for funerals and to bury their loved ones. There were plane tickets to buy, sometimes for up to six people.

People from across Canada and the United States have been mailing in letters and cards of condolences, many of them with cheques.

Haroun and some friends have been scrolling through the pages of online fundraising sites, such as GoFundMe, which charge up to 8 per cent for taking the donations. So far, he found more than a dozen dedicated to the mosque victims' families.

Families of Quebec City mosque victims face financial struggle - Montreal - CBC News
 
Locutus
#526
it's a sad thing.
 
Cannuck
+1
#527
Quote: Originally Posted by Locutus View Post

Quebec Mosque Attack Motive
...
no evidence outside of those two Facebook likes (for Trump and LePen) have been provided to substantiate the claim that Bissonnette behaved like an extremist online.

Moreover, refugee advocacy group members who say Bissonnette was known to them as an extremist online… Well, they too have yet to provide any evidence to substantiate their claim.

In the meantime, Canada’s mainstream media has carried on with a portrait of the suspect as a right-wing extremist, while calls for more gun control abound.
...
UPDATE: Quebec Mosque Attack Motive - The Rebel

Clearly this bothers you. Perhaps you should just accept that social conservatives are dangerous and volunteer yourself for the registry. I'm sure the authorities will go easier on you if they don't have to track you down.
 
mentalfloss
#528
Quote: Originally Posted by Locutus View Post

it's a sad thing.

You're really starting to get this 'not being an a-hole' thing.

That's 2 for 2.

Keep it up!
 
spaminator
#529
Accused Quebec City mosque shooter's case to resume March 30 | Canada | News | T
 
White_Unifier
+1
#530
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Like citiots everywhere they refuse to go where the jobs are. One can find many white born in Canada degree holders driving hacks, making coffee, working at self serve gas bars. But that is not discrimination and does not fit your failed narrative.

I can agree to an extent. A few Chinese friends of mine had moved to Scarborough ON or Richmond BC over the years since they faced less discrimination there. Some of them started business that have flourished since, yet they were getting nowhere elsewhere in Canada.

While laws against discrimination help, they cannot solve all problems and, as unfair as it is, sometimes we need to move out of areas where we're discriminated against to areas that will welcome us.
 
Remington1
#531
These are times when the death penalty could make sense. Maybe he be can become BFF with Bernardo, as I'm pretty sure he'll never be a free man again.
 
JLM
+1
#532
Quote: Originally Posted by Remington1 View Post

These are times when the death penalty could make sense. Maybe he be can become BFF with Bernardo, as I'm pretty sure he'll never be a free man again.


I think if there is good case for it, it is that piece of slime in Calgary who murdered and tortured the Liknesses and their 5 year old grandson. What purpose could there possibly be for keeping that a$$hole on the planet?
 
taxslave
#533
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

I think if there is good case for it, it is that piece of slime in Calgary who murdered and tortured the Liknesses and their 5 year old grandson. What purpose could there possibly be for keeping that a$$hole on the planet?

Jobs for social workers and jail guards. Probably a liar or two paid for by the government too.
 
EagleSmack
+1
#534
Quote: Originally Posted by Johnnny View Post

Its mentalfloss he says its no big deal when a muslim runs down a market full of people but when a mosque of them get shot by people of Islam hes up on the soap box screaming bloody murder...


So true. Flossy laughs when an Islamic Terrorist mows down innocent victims.

But when an NDP Terrorist kills muslims he suddenly cares.
 
tay
#535
The 33-year-old nephew of one of the victims of January's deadly mosque shooting in Quebec City was in court yesterday to face charges of uttering death threats against the alleged gunman and his family, Radio-Canada is reporting.

Mohamed-Amine Ben-Faras, who is being held in a Quebec City detention centre, appeared briefly via video-conference in a Quebec City court on Monday.

He is accused of threatening to kill or injure Alexandre Bissonnette and members of his family.

Bissonnette has been charged with six counts of first-degree murder and five counts of attempted murder in the Jan. 29 shootings at the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Centre.

The threats were reported to police by witnesses who allegedly heard Ben-Faras utter them last Thursday, according to court documents.

Ben-Faras was arrested Saturday.

No address was provided for him, but Radio-Canada is reporting that Ben-Faras arrived in Quebec Wednesday on a flight that originated in London, U.K.

A native of Morocco, his last known address was in Italy. He also studied in Germany.

Ben-Faras's parents live in New York and were stopped while on their way to Quebec to meet their son, Radio-Canada says.

They were released after being questioned.

At Monday's hearing, Crown prosecutor Sabin Ouellet argued that Ben-Faras should remain in detention.
Ben-Faras said he wanted to be released immediately.

The judge ruled that Ben-Faras must remain in custody until a bail hearing on Thursday.

Ouellet did not comment on the exact nature of the alleged threats.

He said Ben-Faras knew the name of the suspect and the names of some of his family members, but he didn't know where they lived and didn't communicate with them directly.

His relatives in Quebec said they have not have any contact with him.

Ben-Faras is being held in the same detention centre as Bissonnette, and Ouellet said steps were being taken to ensure Bissonnette's safety.

"The police confirmed to me this morning that the measures are being taken," the prosecutor said Tuesday.
Quebec City police are leading the investigation into the alleged threats.

Ouellet confirmed that he had asked the RCMP's intelligence services for any information they might have about the accused.

Nephew of Quebec City mosque shooting victim charged with threatening alleged gunman and family - Montreal - CBC News
 
spaminator
#536
Quebec opposition against Islamophobia day of action on mosque shooting anniversary — letter sent to PM Trudeau
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Published:
January 9, 2018
Updated:
January 9, 2018 11:12 AM EST
Several hundred people march in solidarity for the victims of the mosque shooting in Quebec City, on February 5, 2017.ALICE CHICHE / AFP/Getty Images
MONTREAL — Quebec’s main opposition parties are coming out against a call to make the anniversary of Quebec City’s deadly mosque shooting a day of action on Islamophobia.
CLEAR YOUR SNOW! Besides being dangerous to themselves, fellow motorists, cyclists and pedestrians, I wonder if drivers realize how silly they look asthey try to navigate our streets with their vehicle’s windows and lights covered with snow, all because they’re too lazy to clearthem off. We’ve had one snowfall this season and already I have seen many examples of this annoying annual behaviour. Don Ruttan Toronto (Happens every year. They should be charged with unsafe driving because of obstructed vision) WHAT REPUTATION? Re “Wynne sues Brown for defamation” (The Canadian Press, Dec. 12): The most absurd part of this lawsuit is that Wynne’s lawyers are contending “Brown’s statements harmed Wynne’s reputation.” At a 17% approval rating, I’m not sure there is any “reputation” to harm, is there? This is simply a poor attempt at trying to distract Ontarians from thinking about her government’s daily activities of incompetence. JONATHAN SMITH RICHMOND HILL (Another example of clogging up the courts with nonsense. Brown misspoke and should say so, but to suggest Wynne’s reputation was harmed is absurd. Everyone knows Wynne wasn’t on trial in Sudbury) POT LAW WILL FAIL It is clear that the legalization of marijuana will fail its stated objectives and we are on track for another costly boondoggle that will implicate the health and well being of Canadian society for many years to come. The stated objectives are to “keep cannabis out of the hands of children” and “keep profits out of the hands of organized crime.” Legalization will achieve neither. Legalizing something legitimizes it. Children will now see marijuana as a safe, legal product denied to them only due to their age. Since we will be allowed to grow up to four plants in the home, children will have increased access to this narcotic with no control over its quality or potency. The introduction of edibles will see an increase of incidents involving young children exposed to cannabis-infused candies and baked goods. The Liberals take pride in “evidence-based” policy decisions, yet when informed by the Canadian Medical Association that the legal age should be 25, they chose 18. Organized crime will continue to thrive. Government-regulated growers and distributors, burdened with regulations surrounding potency, taxes, employment standards will be unable to compete. Most Canadians were comfortable with decriminalizing marijuana. No one wants to see young people get felony convictions for simple possession. Instead, we are now faced with a costly bureaucracy and government machine churning away, while some people get rich and our society is left with managing the negative aspects of another potential social problem. GUY BOWIE TORONTO (The government should have decriminalized simple possession and left it at that) IRRATIONAL THINKING Re “Minimum thought: Wage hike poorly executed by a bankrupt government” (Lorrie Goldstein, Dec. 12): Ann Hoggarth says small businesses who cannot afford the idiotic wage hikes should not be employers. She’s right, and they will not be. Since Hoggarth’s “business” experience is running a teachers’ union, she is completely unqualified in rational thought. Anyone who thinks that raising the minimum wage will promote economic growth has no actual experience, making government their only hope of a wage. That her comments are insulting is irrelevant, just like an apology would be. D.R. CHEVALIER NEWMARKET (The Ontario Liberals claim if you increase the cost of doing business it creates more jobs. In fact, the opposite occurs) </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> " data-medium-file="" data-large-file="" width="950" height="712" src="https://postmediacanoe.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/0901-na-carfire-e1515514019137.jpg?quality=60&strip=all&strip=all" class="wp-image-406933" />
Flowers lay at the men’s entrance of the Quebec mosque on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 in Quebec City. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot
Last week, the National Council of Canadian Muslims wrote to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, asking for the Jan. 29 anniversary of the mass shooting one year ago to become a national day of remembrance and action on Islamophobia.
Read the full letter here
View this document on Scribd
The director of the organization said such a designation would help enhance public education about hate, bigotry and Islamophobia and that a day of remembrance is supported by dozens of other Canadian Muslim groups and community partners.
But both the Parti Quebecois and the Coalition Avenir Quebec say the term Islamophobia is too controversial.
Graphic scenes and tales of courage inside Quebec... 2:09
A PQ spokesman says the party believes the tragedy should be remembered every year, but notes the term Islamophobia is already a controversial term, while the Coalition says the day should honour the victims of the shooting.
Alexandre Bissonnette is the 27 year old suspected shooter in the Quebec City mosque shooting on January 29, 2017. (Facebook)
Six Muslim men were shot and killed and 19 others were wounded in an attack on the mosque during prayers last Jan. 29. Alexandre Bissonnette is to stand trial in March on six charges of first-degree murder and six of attempted murder.
http://nccm.ca/wp-content/uploads/20...n29-signed.pdf
Quebec opposition against Islamophobia day of action on mosque shooting anniversary
 
highsticky
#537
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

Well now what do we have here?

White race expect's this and you is not follow they's rules????
 
spaminator
#538
Anti-Islam group member attacks Trudeau for making 'revolting connections' between organization and Quebec mosque shooter
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Published:
January 30, 2018
Updated:
January 30, 2018 6:03 PM EST
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during a vigil to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Quebec City mosque shooting in Quebec City, Monday, Jan. 29, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz
MONTREAL — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had no regrets Tuesday for his veiled insult against members of a nationalist, far-right group during a speech in Quebec City in honour of the victims of the 2017 Quebec City mosque shooting.
Capping off four days of commemorations Monday night for the six men killed last January, Trudeau spoke out against racism as well as people he called “dumdums,” who wear clothing with images of a paw print.
The paw print is a symbol for La Meute, a member of which replied to Trudeau on the group’s Facebook page Tuesday by hurling insults at the prime minister.
La Meute, a far-right, anti-immigration group, holds a rally in Quebec City on Aug. 20, 2017. (ALICE CHICHE/AFP/Getty Images)
Sylvain Brouillette, an influential member of La Meute, wrote that the prime minister made “revolting connections” between his group and the gunman who murdered six men after prayers at the Quebec City mosque last January.
La Meute is a secretive group that is harshly critical toward Islam and denounces “Trudeau’s version of multiculturalism,” according to its public Facebook page that has more than 20,000 followers.
Its members have protested against the thousands of Haitians who arrived in Canada from the U.S. to claim asylum status in 2017.
Brouillette also criticized Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard’s speech in honour of the mosque shooting victims.
Couillard said he didn’t understand why “some people feel they are more Quebecer than others despite the fact their ancestors were also immigrants. … The date you immigrate doesn’t determine your level of citizenship.”
Trudeau responded to La Meute’s criticism by standing by his comments.
He told reporters in Ottawa he would “always be there to denounce people who aren’t building a better and more open society for everyone.”
Anti-Islam group member attacks Trudeau for making ‘revolting connections’ between organization and Quebec mosque shooter | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#539
Judge to rule Feb. 8 whether Quebec mosque killer Alexandre Bissonnette gets 150-year sentence
Canadian Press
Published:
November 21, 2018
Updated:
November 21, 2018 6:01 PM EST
Alexandre Bissonnette arrives at the court house in Quebec City on Tuesday, February 21, 2017.Mathieu Belanger / The Canadian Press / Pool
QUEBEC — The man who killed six people inside a Quebec City mosque last year will learn Feb. 8 whether he spends the rest of his life behind bars.
Quebec Superior Court Justice Francois Huot heard final sentencing arguments Wednesday for Alexandre Bissonnette, who pleaded guilty in March to six charges of first-degree murder and six of attempted murder.
The Crown is asking that Bissonnette receive six consecutive life sentences for the 2017 murders, meaning he would not be eligible for parole before serving 150 years in prison.
The defence has argued the sentences should be served concurrently, meaning the killer, 28, could seek parole after 25 years.
A sentencing hearing was held in June, and a decision was originally expected in October. But Huot requested additional information on the constitutionality of consecutive life sentences.
In court Wednesday, the judge asked whether a mass killer such as Bissonnette is as blameworthy as a serial killer or a hit man.
“If the Crown today argues for 150 years for Mr. Bissonnette, what are you going to ask me one day for these serial killers or contract killers?” he asked.
Crown prosecutor Thomas Jacques replied that Bissonnette, who walked into a mosque in the provincial capital in January 2017 and opened fire, committed one of the worst hate crimes in Canadian legal history.
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He said someone who, like Bissonnette, kills six people in the space of 90 seconds is clearly just as blameworthy as someone who kills the same number of people over a period of months.
“It seems to me extremely dangerous and harmful to send the message through the courts that a multiple killer, who kills a multitude of people in a single incident, has less moral culpability than someone who kills just as many over a much longer period,” Jacques said.
He noted that Bissonnette had plenty of ammunition when he attacked the mosque. “He was looking for glory,” he said, prompting Bissonnette to furrow his brow in the prisoner’s box.
Bissonnette’s lawyer, Charles-Olivier Gosselin, argued that a sentence of 150 years would be counter to sentencing principles under Canadian law.
“All the debates that have taken place — social, political and scientific — all that is being called into question, and we say that we’re going to simply imprison people, who yes have committed serious murders, but we’re going to imprison them without any possibility of parole,” Gosselin said.
http://torontosun.com/news/crime/jud...-year-sentence
 
Walter
+1
#540
Cut his balls off, stuff them down his throat till he suffocates, then hang him.