“Mounties lay terror charges against missing Canadians”
“Canadians”! Could be anybody. Extremists in every culture. Can’t judge. Timothy McVeigh etc.
When this story first broke, the Muslim community was quick to complain it felt “stressed” over the investigation — not so much, apparently, over the suspects’ disappearance or their potential victims. This, of course, has become standard operating procedure: try to deflect attention by claiming victim status, and silence the discussion by portraying any scrutiny from outside the community as a form of (or prelude to) persecution.
RELATED — Old and tired? Mohammed cartoons? New hotness? “Bag lunches”:
Again, the email writer doesn’t like Soharwardy, a man made famous for launching an Alberta Human Rights Commission complaint against the Western Standard and publisher Ezra Levant, who was forced to carry the cost of the complaint personally when the Western Standard print edition was shut down. But the email writer has nothing more sinister planned for Soharwardy than to be on hand with a “bag lunch” should the day ever come when, after due process of law, Soharwardy is deported for treason.
Where’s the threat?