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Murder In Canada: Islam And Dead Soldiers Race For Victimhood

by | 23rd, October 2014

Mark Steyn writes on murder and mayhem  Canada .

There have been two recent incidents.

One: The NY Times:

The shootings in the heart of the normally placid Canadian capital came two days after two members of the Canadian armed forces were injured in a hit-and-run crash in a small Quebec city that the authorities considered an act of terrorism.

Two:   CNN spots dead killer  Michael Zehaf-Bibeau :

Bibeau, who was born in 1982, was a convert to Islam and had a history of drug use before he converted, two sources said.

His passport had been confiscated by Canadian authorities when they learned he planned to go fight overseas, a U.S. law enforcement official told CNN’s Susan Candiotti. The official said it was not clear when that happened

Investigators haven’t provided any possible motives for the shooting.

The Globe and Mail investigates: 

Suspected killer in Ottawa shootings had a disturbing side

No sh*t Sherlock.

Now Steyn:

The sub-title of my  new book  is “Don’t Say You Weren’t Warned”. I have been writing for over a decade now about the west’s wannabe jihadists, often born and raised in Canada and America and Britain and Australia and Europe, some of them converts or “reverts”, as they call them.

Throughout that period, the multiculti delusionists have insisted that Islam’s contribution to the diversity mosaic is no less positive than that of Poles or Italians. Now we have pure laine Quebeckers and Nigerian South Londoners converting to Islam because it’s the coolest gang on the planet. And one consequence of that is that a relaxed, open capital city will descend into the same panopticon security state as Washington.

I love Ottawa

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