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The Unf–kable Canadian Menace

Posted on | April 24, 2018 | 4 Comments

 

Forget radical Islam. The world now faces a frightening new terrorist threat — Canadian dudes who can’t get laid:

Alek Minassian has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 counts of attempted murder in Monday’s van attack on a busy stretch along Yonge Street [in Toronto]. . . .
A profile on social networking site LinkedIn identifies Minassian as attending Seneca College in suburban North York from 2011-2018. Neighbours told CBC News that he lived with his father. . . .
Speculation surfaced Monday night around a Facebook post associated with the same name and photo as appear on Minassian’s LinkendIn site.
Facebook told CBC News that the post from an Alek Minassian was real and was posted publicly on his profile before Facebook shut it down. . . .
The post referred to the “Supreme Gentleman Elliot Rodger.” Rodger was the 22-year-old California man responsible for a deadly rampage in Isla Vista, Calif., that left six people dead and a dozen people wounded.
In a video posted ahead of that 2014 attack, Rodger raged about a number of women turning down his advances, rendering men like him “incels,” a term used by some groups to mean “involuntarily celibate.”
Rodger referred to men who were successful with women as “Chads” and women who turned men down as “Stacys.”
The post that appeared on Minassian’s Facebook page included a line that said the “incel rebellion has already begun. We will overthrow all the Chads and the Stacys.”

How many Canadian guys can’t get laid? Probably a lot. There may be millions of doomed losers like him in Canada.

What if they all go psycho? What are the warning signs to look for?

The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) confirmed that Mr Minassian was a member for two months in late 2017. He did not complete his recruit training and requested to be voluntarily released from the CAF after 16 days of the training.
Mr Minassian had previously attended a school for students with special needs in north Toronto, former classmates said.
He would be seen walking around Thornlea Secondary School with his head down and hands clasped tightly together making meowing noises, Shereen Chami told Reuters.
But she said Mr Minassian had not been violent. “He wasn’t a social person, but from what I remember he was absolutely harmless,” she told Reuters.

“Special needs . . . meowing noises . . . absolutely harmless.”

We need to tighten our border security to keep these Canadian freaks out.

 

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