June 2024

Toronto – the clash between truth and political correctness?

(Thursday blog)

Truth? Oh dear. The truth is beginning to seep out about the murdering Toronto shooter, Faisal Hussain. First, perhaps surprisingly none of his neighbours knew that he had the supposed “psychological problems” his family now claim had plagued him all his life and neighbours described him as a generally “happy” person; second, he had a habit of visiting ISIL websites; third, the statement about his supposed “psychological problems” was drafted for Faisal Hussain’s family by an experienced, professional, award-winning Religion of Peace activist; fourth, when our friend Faisal came face to face with an Indian man, he told him “don’t worry, I’m not going to shoot you” (Faisal only wanted to kill white infidels).

Here’s the inimitable Paul Joseph Watson explaining this potential sh*tstorm better than I can:

As for the UK mainstream media – having told us all about Faisal Hussain’s supposed “psychological problems”, I suspect they’ll decide the story is no longer of any interest – after all, they wouldn’t want us to think the massacre was due to any particular religion, would they?

Political correctness? And here is the (IMHO) totally useless mayor of Toronto trying to reassure the public with all the usual platitudes. He promises to be “relentless” in finding out the causes of the attack. But looking at Paul Joseph Watson’s video, it seems we already know the causes of the attack. Instead, I suspect Toronto’s mayor will be “relentless” in trying to cover up the real causes of the attack.

In this video Toronto’s politically-correct mayor tries to blame a lack of gun control for the massacre rather than mentioning such things as “diversity” and “multi-cultural enrichment”. Crikey, (IMHO) Toronto’s mayor is almost as useless as our very own London mayor Sadiq “terrorist murders are a normal part of life in a big city” Khan.

You should probably only watch a couple of minutes of Toronto mayor’s video otherwise you might risk throwing up at the man’s deluge of vacuous platitudes:

3 comments to Toronto – the clash between truth and political correctness?

  • Eddie John

    But the indoctrination doesnt stop there, here we have a head teacher getting the kids to walk five times around the school fields in support of even more enrichemnt.
    Quite voluntariy of course but as we know with the left if dont dont volunteer you are a wacist.

  • Alan Thorpe

    Rather like the comments on TV about the London gang culture and killings. The media wants us to believe they are all intelligent young men who need help. To do what?

  • william boreham

    Too bad Mark Steyn is on holiday, I think Toronto was his home town: this is part of what he wrote about a similar incident in Ottawa 2015:

    “All the stories are different – for the dead and the broken families they leave behind. And yet they are all the same, with respect to the killers and their motivations. I have been writing for almost a decade and a half 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”. 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.
    One consequence of that is that eventually all our cities will descend into the same hellish panopticon security state of post-9/11 Washington. The security-lite Ottawa I loved is gone, and that is a loss. But there will be others in the years ahead. Because the price of welcoming and incubating and growing Islam in the west is, ultimately, the loss of everything else.” 

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