December 8, 2016
The student is still not identified. However, I’ll go ahead and assume he looks like this.
The great thing about Canada is that we’re very tolerant. Unlike you racists in the United States, we treat our Moslems with respect and kindness. Is it any surprise you people get “Allah akbar’d” all the time?
Now, we get ourselves blown up and/or stabbed and/or shot by Moslems all the time too, of course. But that’s just because we still haven’t treated them well enough yet.
We’re just a few social programs away from knowing total peace.
A 17-year-old boy planned to launch an attack at his high school in the city’s west end on Tuesday — the 27th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre.
But Toronto Police say the suspected plot was thwarted before any students were hurt.
Cops became aware of the “potential threat” Dec. 1, but initially did not know what school might be targeted.
“As the investigation progressed, the threat was identified against Oakwood Collegiate Institute (on St. Clair Ave.),” Const. Craig Brister said Wednesday.
That’s a nice school you got there. Would be a shame if something happened to it.
He said a teenager was identified as a suspect and officers executed a search warrant at his home “in the early morning hours” on Tuesday.
Police allegedly seized a machete, a hatchet, two swords, four knives and arrows from the home.
It’s believed some sort of attack was to take place that day, which was the anniversary of the massacre at Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal.
Interesting. This gives us our clue as to the motives of the “unidentified youth” in question.
The Polytechnique shooting is probably the most famous terrorist attack in Canada. The official story is that the shooter, “Marc Lepine,” was just some French-Canadian dude who was fed up with feminism and went postal on the women at his school.
Definitely not a Moslem. Nope.
In fact, his real name was “Gamil Rodrigue Liass Gharbi” and he was the son of an Algerian businessman. He also shouted “Allah Akbar” while gunning down the women. In other words, he was an Islamic terrorist.
This fact was, of course, suppressed.
So what exactly is the meaning of pulling another “Charlie” on the anniversary of this famous Islamic attack?
The young suspect, who can’t be identified under the Youth Justice Act, has been charged with uttering death threats and threatening to cause bodily harm.
Brister said he has been released on bail, but under “a very stringent set of conditions.”
It would be very insensitive to keep a terrorist locked up while awaiting trial, wouldn’t it be? Especially if he’s “diverse.”
They’re letting him loose. A guy who was planning a mass murder.
What could possibly go wrong?
P.S. If any of you are attending this school, it might be a good idea to, like, take a few days off. I’m sure his bail conditions include “don’t go near your school,” but you know…