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    Just read the shocking news, I am very shocked. At least 5 dead. 1 shooter killed himself, another trapped on a bridge, one escaped.

    Idiots already blaming Trump.

    Very appalling, not something we expect in Canada.

    Assuming this is not a Sunni killing Shias, is this the start of revenge attacks against Muslims in North America as we see against Christians and other in Arabia and beyond?

    Hate laden rhetoric at a high and now pretty mainstream.

    RIP to the victims. This could be a long ride, long cycle of violence.

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    The media and the Left will blame Trump for everything but the people will love him for they see the Progressives for what they are.
    Soros and his evil shall not prevail.
    Who would claim to be that, who was not.

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    UPDATEDSuspect in mosque shooting a moderate conservative turned extremist, say friends, classmates


    Accused gunman has reputation as online troll who expresses support for far-right politicians

    By Kate McKenna, Jonathan Montpetit, CBC News Posted: Jan 31, 2017 1:16 PM ET Last Updated: Jan 31, 2017 9:26 PM ET


    Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, was escorted to a van after appearing in court Monday, charged in the deadly shooting at a Quebec City mosque the day before. (Jacques Boissinot/Canadian Press)


    A shy chess-player, a bullied introvert, a moderate conservative turned far-right troll — these are the descriptions being offered of Alexandre Bissonnette since he was accused of perpetrating a deadly shooting at a Quebec City mosque.
    Bissonnette looked nervous during his brief court appearance on Monday. He didn't say a word and shuffled in his handcuffs; before being escorted out, he was charged with 11 counts of murder and attempted murder.
    He could still face more charges as the RCMP examine whether to add terrorism to the list of offences.


    Police believe the shooter entered the Islamic cultural centre in the Quebec City suburb of Sainte-Foy just before 8 p.m. on Sunday, equipped with a long gun.
    The gun jammed, police sources told Radio-Canada, prompting the shooter to leave and return with a nine-millimetre handgun.
    Bissonnette was arrested later that night, on a bridge heading to Île d'Orléans, about five kilometres away from the mosque.
    In his car, the sources said, officers found a nine-millimetre handgun registered to Bissonnette. That gun had a 15-round capacity.
    Identified with far right

    Bissonnette grew up in Cap-Rouge, a suburb southwest of Quebec City, where his parents still live. Neighbours remembered him as a "closed-off young man."
    Slender and quiet, Bissonnette stuck out for the wrong reasons in high school. "He was treated badly, that's for sure," said Toma Popescu, a classmate between eighth and tenth grade at Les Compagnons-de-Cartier.
    "He didn't look quite the same as the other kids and was very introverted," Popescu added. "He kept his thought and emotions to himself."
    People have been leaving cards, candles and messages of hope near the mosque where six men were killed Sunday night. (Jonathan Montpetit/CBC)

    But he came across as intelligent to his peers, and joined the chess club at Laval University, where he studied anthropology and political science.
    Bissonnette appeared to enjoy discussing politics with select classmates at university. Jean-Michel Allard Prus, who took a politics class with Bissonnette, said they often debated with each other on Facebook.


    In these debates, Bissonnette expressed fairly mainstream conservative views. A hunter, he opposed gun control and was pro-Israel, but otherwise didn't bring up more divisive issues such as Muslims or immigration.
    But that was a year ago.
    "I think … something happened. He radicalized a lot," Prus said. "He seemed just a normal right-wing individual."


    As Bissonnette began to espouse more radical views, he stopped interacting with his fellow students. He took part in at least one informal discussion group, but quickly found its members too moderate and stopped attending.
    "He was not interested by our politics meeting because we are conservative and moderate right wing," said Éric Debroise, a Laval University student and member of the discussion group.
    "He is more far-right or alt-right."
    Trump, Le Pen political idols

    Debroise described Bissonnette as nice but anti-social. In their meetings, he said, Bissonnette often spoke admiringly of U.S. President Donald Trump and the French far-right politician Marine Le Pen.
    Bissonnette's neighbours say police spent several hours searching his apartment and his parents' home. (Facebook)

    Trump enjoys the support of the alt-right, a loosely defined political movement that includes white nationalists and white supremacists.
    The alt-right is known, too, for its army of online trolls who circulate racist memes and virulent attacks on perceived opponents.


    Within activist circles in Quebec City, Bissonnette has been considered an extremist troll in his own right.
    In a Facebook post, a refugee support group said Bissonnette is "known to several activists in Quebec City for his pro-Le Pen and anti-feminist positions."
    The group said Bissonnette is fond of using the term "feminazi" — alt-right slang for those who advocate women's rights.
    'A closed-off young man'

    While at university, Bissonnette lived with his twin brother, Mathieu, in an apartment in Sainte-Foy, close to the mosque where Monday's attack took place.
    He also worked in the call centre of Héma-Québec, the province's blood bank.
    A statement from the agency said the organization is "shocked" to learn that he was among their employees.
    Torontonians held a vigil Monday night for victims of the mosque shooting, as did groups across the country. (Ryan Remiorz/Canadian Press)

    "As an organization whose primary mission is dedicated to the gift of life, these events have sent a shock wave through the organization."
    Bissonnette's neighbours told Radio-Canada they saw police conduct an extensive search of the Bissonnette brothers' apartment in Sainte-Foy.
    Officers left with several bags, residents said. Police also searched his parents' home in Cap-Rouge.




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    Trump, Le Pen political idols

    Debroise described Bissonnette as nice but anti-social. In their meetings, he said, Bissonnette often spoke admiringly of U.S. President Donald Trump and the French far-right politician Marine Le Pen.



    apartment and his parents' home. (Facebook)

    Trump enjoys the support of the alt-right, a loosely defined political movement that includes white nationalists and white supremacists.
    The alt-right is known, too, for its army of online trolls who circulate racist memes and virulent attacks on perceived opponents.




    " The media and the Left will blame Trump for everything but the people will love him for they see the Progressives for what they are.
    Soros and his evil shall not prevail."

    This prediction sadly is easy.







    A registered Democrat, he voted in 2008 and again in 2014.
    http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/local/vero-beach-bomber-tied-mateen-posted-anti-gay-video-facebook/KZ9zXxKFAC0nKTkm3ApXhM/

    This man killed and injured over 50 people months ago, I go by the scene of his evil daily I live a few blocks away





    and they still are burying these people in a special section and I witness it weekly



    Over 50 murdered but I never ever heard the killer was a Democrat, nor Hillary Clinton or Obama mentioned yet we know the father was a Clinton supporter.

    Clinton Rally weeks after the massacre.

    Where is the justice, the Left will do everything in its power to blame Trump, it tried to blame Rush Limbaugh


    " Newsweek's Jonathan Alter similarly wrote, "Can Obama Turn Tragedy Into Triumph?" "Just as Bill Clinton's response to the 1995 Oklahoma City bombings helped him recover from his defeat in the 1994 midterms, so this episode may help Obama change -- at least in the short term -- the trajectory of American politics." Clinton, said Alter, "was able to use the event to ... tamp down hate speech on talk radio." http://www.davidlimbaugh.com/mt/archives/2011/01/new_column_the_46.html

    Nothing changes the list of mass killings continues and like Timothy McVeigh killings of the Oklahoma Bombings
    " Without a shred of evidence Pres Clinton tried to blame Rush Limbaugh for creating the atmosphere. So where were the other right wing bombings?



    The Left and it's worker bee journalist will continue to make accusations just as I predicted, blame Trump, blame Republicans and smear them with White Supremacy charges and other bull shit.

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    It was YOUR media system that quickly labelled the attacker AND witness Islamic Terrrorists. Our PM called it a terrorist attack while our police services withheld calling it anything. The witness was held and released for 24 hours and came out of custody with no animosity towards the police and even praised them. Even our court system has not yet labelled the attacker, waiting for more information from the investigation. And yes, the investigation has so far shown that he is fan of Trump and Le Pen and will make a determination if that played a role in the attacker's thoughts.

    It must irk you no-end seeing that the Canadian authorities are so thorough before labeling. It also must irk you no-end that this attack was homegrown by an extreme rightest regardless of the fact he is a fan of Trump and Le Pen. I suggest that instead of whining about the attacker being labeled a Trumpist by YOUR media, you instead focus on the fact 6 people were shot in the back as they prayed in a Mosque.
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    It was what ? " It was YOUR media system that quickly labelled the attacker AND witness Islamic Terrrorists."

    No, not any TV, Radio, Breitbart or Drudge, that's if you are speaking of your own troubles, In Orlando, the Islamist terrorist was indeed labeled Islamic after a day or so, so what are you talking about.

    What was not said was the Islamic murderer who killed 50 was a Democrat, and his father a Democrat, a supporter of Clinton who went to her rally and had a highly visible seat behind her, no one blamed Obama or Clinton, unlike your media shamelessly slime-ing Trump, the audacity of these two fake news reporters, they should be fired.

    Your homegrown killer probably likes Molson Ale as well, there is no excuse you can give for these two POS's so called reporters bringing Trump into it.
    I think you live in a country now controlled by the feebled Progressive Left and you are jubilant living there, as your PM Trudeau wasted no time inviting all those that are not going to be coming here for a while to come to your country, welcome you say.

    Your own homegrown massacre is not my concern, I'll treat it as you have for the killings in Orlando.
    My concern is your rubbish Progressive Left blaming a Canadian crime on Canadian citizens by a Canadian killer on Our not yours American President.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samaritan View Post
    It was what ? " It was YOUR media system that quickly labelled the attacker AND witness Islamic Terrrorists."

    No, not any TV, Radio, Breitbart or Drudge, that's if you are speaking of your own troubles, In Orlando, the Islamist terrorist was indeed labeled Islamic after a day or so, so what are you talking about.

    What was not said was the Islamic murderer who killed 50 was a Democrat, and his father a Democrat, a supporter of Clinton who went to her rally and had a highly visible seat behind her, no one blamed Obama or Clinton, unlike your media shamelessly slime-ing Trump, the audacity of these two fake news reporters, they should be fired.

    Your homegrown killer probably likes Molson Ale as well, there is no excuse you can give for these two POS's so called reporters bringing Trump into it.
    I think you live in a country now controlled by the feebled Progressive Left and you are jubilant living there, as your PM Trudeau wasted no time inviting all those that are not going to be coming here for a while to come to your country, welcome you say.

    Your own homegrown massacre is not my concern, I'll treat it as you have for the killings in Orlando.
    My concern is your rubbish Progressive Left blaming a Canadian crime on Canadian citizens by a Canadian killer on Our not yours American President.
    Simply amazing, we're speaking about the Quebec attack and off you go on terrorist attacks in the States!





    The above from your news service without any evidence.

    You want to whine that "everything is blamed on Trump" when OUR news services simply reported what had been found on his fb page and local people who know the shooter spoke about his fondness for Trump and Le Pen as an accusation that Trump is to blame? Grow up.
    "No need to say more...I, for one, do not care one iota about being politically correct, I do call it as I see it without no fear, and those who get their feeling hurt by such truth I say to them:
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    The Right To Do Something Does Not Mean It Is Right. (William Safire)

    Every piece of this is man's bullshit. They call this war a cloud over the land. But they made the weather and then they stand in the rain and say 'Shit, it's raining!'

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    Incorrect Fox News tweet on Quebec City mosque attack earns scorn of PMO


    PMO spokesperson writes letter to U.S. outlet, saying 'tweet dishonours the memory of the 6 victims'

    By Peter Zimonjic, CBC News Posted: Jan 31, 2017 7:30 PM ET Last Updated: Jan 31, 2017 11:18 PM ET

    The director of communications for the Prime Minister's Office has written to Fox News, asking it to remove a tweet that she says is "dishonouring" the victims of the Quebec City mosque shooting.
    Kate Purchase sent the letter to Bill Shine, co-president of Fox News Channel, asking the organization to remove a tweet that incorrectly reported the suspect in the shooting was of "Moroccan origin."
    Fox News responded by saying it regretted the error and would delete the tweet.
    Amid the chaos that characterized the initial hours after the shooting, the incorrect information was also reported by a number of Canadian news organizations, including CBC News.


    The Fox tweet only mentioned one possible shooter, while other organizations reported that there were two possible shooters, including one that was of Moroccan origin. Fox 's tweet contained text across an image of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau saying "We condemn this terror attack on Muslims."
    While two men were initially arrested, police have only charged 27-year-old Alexandre Bissonnette. The second man, 19-year-old Mohamed Belkhadir, was not involved in the shooting but rather was a witness to the attack that left six dead.
    A link contained in the Fox News tweet leads readers to a story about the shooting in which Fox explains that its initial reporting on the incident later proved to be incorrect.
    But Purchase wanted that tweet updated to reflect the most recent information.
    "Sadly, this misleading information has been left to stand on the Fox News Channel's Twitter account and continues to circulate online even now," Purchase wrote.
    "These tweets by Fox News dishonour the memory of the six victims and their families by spreading misinformation, playing identity politics, and perpetuating fear and division within our communities."
    A screengrab of the tweet by Fox News, which went out Monday. (@FoxNews/CBC)

    Purchase goes on to say that Canada is an "open, welcoming" country and a "nation of millions of immigrants and refugees."
    Moving beyond the tweet, Purchase says that "we need to remain focused on keeping our communities safe and united, instead of trying to build walls and scapegoat communities.
    "If we allow individuals and organizations to succeed by scaring people, we do not actually end up any safer. Fear does not make us safer," she says. "It makes us weaker. Ramping up fear and closing our borders is not a solution. It distracts from the real issues that affect people's day to day life.
    "For all of these reasons, we ask that Fox News either retract or update the tweet to reflect the suspect's actual identity."
    Late Tuesday, FoxNews.com managing director Refet Kaplan issued a statement saying the organization regretted the error and had made moves to correct it.
    "FoxNews.com initially corrected the misreported information with a tweet and an update to the story on Monday," Kaplan said in the statement. "The earlier tweets have now been deleted. We regret the error."
    Purchase went on Twitter late Tuesday to thank Fox for deleting the tweet.

    Follow

    Kate Purchase
    @katepurchase


    Thank you @FoxNews for deleting the tweet. We appreciate it.
    6:44 PM - 31 Jan 2017





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    Trump, Le Pen political idols

    Debroise described Bissonnette as nice but anti-social. In their meetings, he said, Bissonnette often spoke admiringly of U.S. President Donald Trump and the French far-right politician Marine Le Pen.
    Bissonnette's neighbours say police spent several hours searching his apartment and his parents' home. (Facebook)

    Trump enjoys the support of the alt-right, a loosely defined political movement that includes white nationalists and white supremacists.
    The alt-right is known, too, for its army of online trolls who circulate racist memes and virulent attacks on perceived opponents.


    Apparently, you have a problem with a shooter who admires your President. And you also seem to have a problem with accurate news reporting or do you dispute Trump does not enjoy the support of the alt-right?
    "No need to say more...I, for one, do not care one iota about being politically correct, I do call it as I see it without no fear, and those who get their feeling hurt by such truth I say to them:
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    Every piece of this is man's bullshit. They call this war a cloud over the land. But they made the weather and then they stand in the rain and say 'Shit, it's raining!'

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    Does anyone have these words from the shooter or do they come from Leftist muckraker press "Trump, Le Pen political idols"
    Typical Leftist slime job from these two pos writers "

    Leftist progressive socialist propaganda "Trump enjoys the support of the alt-right, a loosely defined political movement that includes white nationalists and white supremacists.
    The alt-right is known, too, for its army of online trolls who circulate racist memes and virulent attacks on perceived opponents."


    I have a problem with bull-shite Progressives Leftist who blame everyone but their own countrymen and try to palm off the blame for their countrymen murders on people that have nothing to do with it.

    I can't stand snowflake weenies who support these loser socialist slimers, now your country can take the blame for giving birth to this piece of garbage but don't bring the United States President into it.
    Thankfully the Progressive socialist left is on life support.....Dead Man Walking, soon to be in museum exhibits.

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