Lion of the Blogosphere

Alexandre Bissonnette only suspect

This changes everything. No longer a conspiracy, it’s just one lone wolf.

Also, it’s possible that reports of the gunman saying “Allahu akbar!” may have been wrong. This is something that Muslims say when they are afraid they might die and thus are about to meet Allah. So it may have been that one of the innocent people who feared for his or her life said it. I believe the same confusion happened in the reporting of the mass shooting in Munich, which I attributed to beta-male rage.

So right now, it looks like Alexandre Bissonnette may be a French-Canadian Dylann Roof. This is unfortunate because leftwing mainstream media journalists will now smugly lecture us that white Christians are the REAL terrorists.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

January 30, 2017 at EST pm

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  1. Or Bissonnette himself shouted Allahu Akbar. It’s not as if the phrase is unknown in the west now.

    The Canadians will find a way to blame this on the United States, as your comparison to dylann roof suggests. I know that you were not making that suggestion, but the Canadians will figure out a way to do it to create the connection.

    gothamette

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • Rightly or wrongly, the Quebec shooting is going to be linked with Trump’s executive order for as long as liberal historians write books.

      Richard

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • It’s very easy to do. You just need to talk about a general atmosphere of Islamophobia, and then mention both the travel ban and the mosque shooting in the same breath. There is no direct connection between the two, but there doesn’t have to be one either for SJWs to rant about Islamophobia.

      Sid

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • You are correct, the comments section of Canadian media sites are currently flooded with comments ascribing blame to the US and more specifically Trump. As a non-white Canadian myself, I’ve always found Canadians to be very accepting, civil and mature, but on the topic of the US or Americans generally all hell breaks loose. In my many years in this country as an impartial outsider, I’ve never figured this out, my best guess being that Americans touch a nerve in the Canadian psyche, reminding them of their deeply felt inferiority complex. Which is bewildering because as I already stated, Canadian culture is generally very grounded and mature.

      Roli

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • In my many years in this country as an impartial outsider, I’ve never figured this out

        Very, very interesting to hear your point of view, in fact quite interesting to hear that you’ve observed this phenomenon period, because you’re absolutely right but it takes a certain sort of person to see it. I see it because I love the US and wish we were more like the US. You apparently see it because you’re something of an impartial observer.

        my best guess being that Americans touch a nerve in the Canadian psyche, reminding them of their deeply felt inferiority complex

        There are two very different sources of this attitude. The first, as you may not really appreciate, being an immigrant, is that you need to remember that Canada was settled heavily by Loyalists to the British crown, and while that may seem a quaint piece of history, the resentment from that era carries down in vestigial form even today.

        Secondly, quite differently, you are one hundred percent correct about the inferiority complex. Canadian behaviour towards the US is archetypical Gamma male behaviour towards an alpha. If you’re familiar with Vox Day’s description of the Gamma, you may recall his concept of the “secret king”, and how Gamma males all believe they are “secret kings”. This describes Canadians perfectly, who (and this may come as an amusing surprise to American readers) believe that Canada is the REAL “secret king” among nations; viz., that Canada is SECRETLY better than that darn USA with its guns and things and why oh why doesn’t anyone realize how great we are……

        SJ, Esquire (formerly Samson J)

        January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • You guys must be talking about Anglophone Canada. The French Speaking province is literally quite provincial and tries very hard to filter out anything that is Anglophone.

        The only reason why I suggested to Lion to move up here, is simply because of the high percentage of Whites found in a cosmopolitan setting. Montréal is about 85% White, and Québec is 95% White.

        Enough of your fluff talk to rebuke my modus operandi — Anglophone Canada is a lesser America, which I have been saying all along. However, it major cities are a lot better than America’s lesser cities.

        I only talk about Québec, which is a completely different animal.

        JS

        January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • @JS,

        So what’s the atmosphere up there? Shock? Guilt? Shrugs and whaddya whaddya? Do you know what whaddya whaddya means?

        @Roli,

        That doesn’t bother me terribly. Up to a point I can understand it. Imagine you lived to the north of this gargantuan power, and you are constantly compared to it. The Australians call them ‘Snap-Frozen Yanks.’ I’d have a big case of me-tooism me too.

        Another reason it don’t bother me none* is cos when push comes to shove, the world always looks to Uncle Sam to save their asses. And sometimes we come thru.

        *Remember Rocky?

        gothamette

        January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  2. This is very unfortunate, but I believe it because it made absolutely no sense that this Moroccan and Bissonnette would have teamed up to shoot up a mosque.

    Sadly now the InfoWars tards will start claiming it’s a false flag.

    Two in the Bush

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • Right, it never made sense.

      gothamette

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • It will not bode well for Trump and any right leaning groups.

      JS

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  3. Just googled the guy. I could immediately tell young women found his face and body hideously unattractive. Clearly a case of beta male rage. Of course no one in the media will dare talk about the true cause.

    Anon

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  4. It may well be that he is not the killer and will be framed to be. And it actually was les musulmen.

    The Philosopher

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  5. I think various western politicians, authorities and certainly elites would rather set themselves on fire than close the borders.

    The Philosopher

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  6. OT: Here’s a salesbro who landed himself a taller, anchorwoman wife thanks to Tinder. She claims he was her first and only Tinder date.

    https://www.theknot.com/us/stephanie-kusy-wilson-and-blake-anderson-may-2017

    Fiddlesticks

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • He has an honest face, but she looks a little too wise to the world.

      “Stephanie regularly scours the web for discounted airfare…..”

      Not a good sign, Blake.

      Richard

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • I don’t get it. This seems like a completely normal wedding. Is the implication that she’s a slut because she claims this guy was her first Tinder date?

      Horace Pinker

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  7. Weird. Everyone is still silent about this on Facebook. I expected my news feed to blow up about the atrocity of the shooting and people using a Canadian flag overlay on their profile pic to commemorate those who died. Is 6 dead considered a too small number to care about? Or maybe everyone is overly fixated and fuming about Trump’s various execute orders to care about 6 people shot to death in a mosque.

    Bobo

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • Wait a while. I’ve thought before that some Trump-related outrage would blow over because nobody on social media seemed to be picking up on it, and then like a delayed time bomb everything flies apart a day later for no discernable reason.

      Richard

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • Everyone is still silent about this on Facebook.

      That is weird. I’m guessing it’s a combination of everyone being stuck on Trump; no one caring about Canada; and this sort of thing just becoming too commonplace.

      SJ, Esquire (formerly Samson J)

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • Might be because any comment on it will immediately draw out an army of trolls who compare the number of terror deaths to this shooting which again would make liberals look bad. The dialogue might have shifted so much in our favor now that liberals are worried anything they say can and will be used against them in the court of public opinion.

        OldTimer

        January 31, 2017 at EST am

  8. Alt-right, Trump, red-pill philosophy, manosphere, toxic masculinity, patriarchy, etc will be blamed for this.

    Bobo

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  9. Sad story.

    NB : not a franco-canadian i believe, but someone from the french speaking community in Canada or Quebec. There is no Bissonnette in France. This name is an english mispelling of Bissonnet wich sounds in french like bee- son- ay (the sounds you can fin in way and you don’t say the t). It’s a family name from Languedoc in the south of France near spain. Some of them went to Canada in the 17th century. And now, they are many Bissonnette in Canada, Quebec.

    Bruno from Paris

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • This name is an english mispelling of Bissonnet

      That’s pretty interesting. I’m huge into this genealogy sort of stuff, especially tracing where groups in the New World came from. I’m given to understand (but haven’t researched it) that French Canadians came from relatively select areas of France.

      SJ, Esquire (formerly Samson J)

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • Many came from Belgium apparently.

        roli

        January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • It is interesting, but “: not a franco-canadian i believe, but someone from the french speaking community in Canada or Quebec” what is the difference? We call the community of Francophones in Canada “French-Canadians” by the way.

      Did you know that on her mother’s side Madonna is French-Canadian (Fortin), and they were very humble, devout people? I saw a picture of Madonna’s gm on the net and she was the sweetest most religious woman. Ironic.

      gothamette

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  10. Where did you see this? All I can find is that police say there is one suspect but they won’t say who.

    It could also still mean that Bissonnette, who looks like a wuss, was cajoled by the Muslim into taking action. I think there’s a long way to go yet on this.

    peterike

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  11. “This is unfortunate because leftwing mainstream media journalists will now smugly lecture us that white Christians are the REAL terrorists.”

    Oh come on. Terrorists come in all colors and religions.

    mikeca

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • “Terrorists come in all colors and religions.”

      Yes, but not in equal percentages across colors and religions.

      peterike

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • “Terrorists come in all colors and religions”

      Some more than others.

      Joe

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • True, but Islamic terrorists have a generalized beef with the world, and the others confine their rage to specific targets. Jewish terrorism was confined to liberating Palestine from the British. After that I don’t know of too much Jewish terrorism. Did you know that Jewish targets are still the most numerous of all hate crimes, mikeca?

      I don’t consider Dylan Roof/Bissonette types to be terrorists, although Trudeau will call this terrorism for political reasons.

      gothamette

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • Did you know that Jewish targets are still the most numerous of all hate crimes, mikeca?

        That’s probably inflated by counting every time someone draws a swastika on a bathroom stall. What are the statistics for violent hate crimes only?

        Of course, the criteria for what constitutes a “hate crime” are pretty much entirely political.

        snorlaxwp

        January 31, 2017 at EST am

      • People shouldn’t draw swastikas on bathroom stalls. It’s extremely uncivil.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        January 31, 2017 at EST am

      • Those are good points. I don’t know the answer to your question, however, the stats do indicate generalized hostility. My point is that anti-Muslim hate crimes are very rare.

        gothamette

        January 31, 2017 at EST pm

      • The Jews are still terrorizing us with their bad sitcoms.

        Ok I’m done now. Thank you for your applause.

        OldTimer

        January 31, 2017 at EST am

      • What about pseudo-kosher deli food? Isn’t that a crime against humanity?

        gothamette

        January 31, 2017 at EST pm

      • Seinfeld and Arrested Development are fantastic sitcoms.

        snorlaxwp

        January 31, 2017 at EST am

      • Cue the argument….”Seinfeld sucks!” “It’s great!”

        Note: I once read on an alt-right website that the “Festivus for the rest of us” was a nefarious Jewish plot to bring down Christmas. In fact, it was created by the Irish Catholic father of one of the producers. He was very anti-Church.

        They see Jews in their sendviches.

        gothamette

        January 31, 2017 at EST pm

      • “….uncivil.”

        Indeed it is. I have a remedy. Take a Sharpie with you, and turn the swastika into four boxes. I wish I could show you how but I think everyone here is so bright they can figure it out.

        If you really care, you can color in the boxes with stars of David, crosses, what you will!

        gothamette

        January 31, 2017 at EST pm

      • “My point is that anti-Muslim hate crimes are very rare.”

        Since the election of Trump, anti-Muslim hate crimes have skyrocketed. CNN and CAIR, among other reputable sources, have said so.

        Lewis Medlock

        January 31, 2017 at EST pm

      • Humor?

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        January 31, 2017 at EST pm

      • OK. I’ll take the subject more seriously then.

        gothamette

        February 1, 2017 at EST am

  12. We’ve had two real examples of “Trump’s luck” in the past, which is not really enough to claim a pattern.

    1) The first was the San Bernardino shooting, which came about 18 hours after Trump broke his often-repeated primary campaign pledge not to attack anyone who hadn’t attacked him, and very harshly (and hilariously) attacked Ben Carson for 10 minutes at an Iowa rally.

    Even though I loved it and thought it was hysterical, it was still a big mistake that made him look like a nasty bully and could well have ended his primary campaign.[1]

    Rush Limbaugh and most of the other talk radio guys were LIVID the next morning, as were their callers. The comments on Breitbart(!!!) were running about 4-1 anti-Trump, by my count.

    Then the terrorist attack, and Trump’s Muslim ban announcement, came and completely wiped the Carson story out of the mainstream and right-wing media news cycle, while giving Trump a huge boost and drawing attention to Carson’s being totally out of his depth on foreign policy.

    2) The more recent was the Pulse nightclub shooting. A few hours before, an Elliot Rodger-type beta stalker had murdered a pop starlet and another dude while she was signing autographs, and liberals were pushing it very hard as final proof for their Grand Unified Theory of Donald Trump and White Male Evil.

    However, Trump’s favorability ratings and poll standings actually fell in the days afterward, because people reacted negatively to his tweets where he appeared to gloat.[2]

    The Democrats also did some skilled jiu-jitsu by changing the subject to congressional (not Trump) Republicans’ extremist stance on allowing people on the No-Fly List to purchase firearms.[3]

    And any gains with the LGBT community were probably made impossible by the Pence selection (regardless of Pence’s other merits or demerits).[4]

    [1] Which was at its weakest; the attack was prompted by his falling to second place behind Carson in Iowa and nationally.

    [2] Liberals will of course be loudly gloating over this, but the double standard is real and does shape public opinion.

    [3] Even though Mateen wasn’t on the No-Fly List. This was also at the peak of #NeverTrump, and many/most GOP congresscritters saw pleasing the NRA and hurting Trump as a win/win.

    [4] I have several gay FB friends I can think of who started posting pro-Trump stuff after Orlando, then went back to being rabid Trump-haters after the Pence choice.

    Trump’s unprecedented-for-a-GOP-candidate press release and speech calling it a hate crime and explicitly condemning anti-LGBT discrimination was also undermined by the RNC releasing a competing statement that first stated the victims were targeted due to their “lifestyle choices” and then was amended to make no reference to the victims’ orientation.

    This was clearly intentional sabotage of Trump’s LGBT outreach attempt by a #NeverTrump cabal, b/c RNC employees are cosmopolitan SWPL DCers, including many gays, like Ken Mehlman, who are out to their coworkers.

    RNC communications people are a lot more likely to be lisping, well-dressed Rhodies like Sean Spicer[5] than prudish, Bible-thumping Hoosiers like Mike Pence.

    Anyway, guess which press release the liberal media reported on.

    [5] He’s married with kids, but I bet he has plenty of gay friends. He’s a convert to Episcopalianism who grew up Catholic, and his mother’s a long-time employee of Brown University.

    snorlaxwp

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • It’s good that gays were given a chance to show what side they are really on when Trump picked Pence. Are they on the side of America or are they more interested in muh sexual freedom.

      Andrew E.

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • False dichotomy.

        snorlaxwp

        January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  13. What’s interesting is that, if this really is just beta male rage, then the alt-Right actually is probably somewhat to blame. What else would young, violent, incel losers who want to be “heroes” be reading these days?

    SJ, Esquire (formerly Samson J)

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  14. Yep, looks like the shooter is a white conservative: “The man, Alexandre Bissonnette, had a history of provocative views and antisocial behavior, according to a report in the Quebec newspaper La Presse. The newspaper quoted François Deschamps, an official with a refugee advocacy organization, as saying that Mr. Bissonette had make harassing comments against members of an online chat room. The organization, Bienvenue aux Refugiés, said in a Facebook post that Mr. Bissonnette had made remarks critical of feminists and foreigners, and that he had expressed sympathies online with the National Front, the far-right political party in France.”

    Dain

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  15. […] Alexandre Bissonnette only suspect […]

  16. Either beta-male rage or false flag.
    Timing is suspect, also the fact that he has no previous history of incidents.
    There are not many Canadian right-wing extremists or against immigration.
    Some interesting pictures here:
    http://aanirfan.blogspot.ca/2017/01/quebec-mosque-attack-false-flag-inside.html

    Dumbo

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • Québec is more anti-semitic than anti-Muslim.

      JS

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • If true, it doesn’t speak well of Quebec.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • Many societies do well without Jews.

        And how is America a healthy society, despite being more “Judeophile”?

        Furthermore, there are more White gentiles found in certain states that exceed the population of a few European nations, but is it good thing?

        JS

        January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  17. Bissonette may have been pushed over the edge by Trudeau’s tweet of Saturday night, implying that that Canada would taking in the Muslims Trump rejects.

    Trudeau is an ass. Maybe you can figure out his IQ, Lion. He tried to take engineering but flunked out. He has a degree in education, i think. He was a substitute drama teacher for awhile, and a snow board instructor. That is the extent of his work history before getting involved in politics.
    He is noted for saying stupid things.

    Rosenmop

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • I think he did finally manage to get a full time teaching gig as drama teacher. FYI Gavin McInnes characterizes Trudeau’s speaking style as that of a dumb blonde. Wholly unfair to blondes in my opinion.

      Roli

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • why would a wealthy good looking guy wanna do engineering?

      gm

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • IQ = 120

        Thanks

        OldTimer

        January 31, 2017 at EST am

      • @ OldTimer

        You mean your IQ is 120, I assume.

        I’d say Trudeau’s is under 100.

        Rosenmops

        January 31, 2017 at EST am

    • His dad made the mistake (?) of marrying a flighty much younger woman who proceeded to cuck him with Mick Jagger while he was PM. That his mom was and likely still is a head case is well known. FFS, she complained about the reaction of matrons when she wore blouses with no bra and her nipples would show WHILE FIRST LADY OF CANADA! The fellow comes from a somewhat cerebral dad and a Goldy Hawn of a mother. I guess he’s the result.

      Curle

      January 31, 2017 at EST am

      • His mother is a wack job. Bi-polar disorder.

        Rosenmops

        January 31, 2017 at EST pm

  18. The coverage of this is gonna be hilarious to watch on MSM. The dude is indeed a stupid dork. But then again, why should we, Americans, even care about some mosque in Montreal?

    If anything, we should strive to implement Canada’s immigration policy. Namely, deport all illegals immediately and accept only a very limited number of legal immigrants with a well-defined useful skillset, good English, full family, and only those who can prove they have >10K per person to offset integration costs, better yet just charge them that fee outright; oh and throw anybody who hires illegals in jail. You don’t need a wall with a policy like that.

    Nice blog, dude

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  19. Trump has forced everybody to choose a side. Which side are the people choosing?

    Rasmussen’s survey of likely voters has Trump’s approval at 53%, down from 59% after the inauguration. PPD results match Rasmussen. Ras also shows that 57% of likely voters support the Muslim ban, although polling for that particular question comes from last week and may have changed over the weekend.

    Gallup’s poll of the general public, however, has Trump’s approval at 43%, down from 46% post inauguration. It is interesting that Trump has dropped 6 points in Ras but only 3 points in Gallup, which indicates to me that Rasmussen’s initial 59% was too high even at the time.

    But possibly less meaningful than the Trump approval in Gallup is the Trump disapproval. When Trump was at 46, his disapproval with 45 with 9% undecided. Now Trump’s disapproval is at 50% with 7% undecided. So it seems that some who initially were giving Trump the benefit of the doubt have decided “he is who we thought he was” and that they oppose him. Trump is basically where W was in May 2004.

    If Trump’s support is at this level or better next week, we are in pretty good shape. If his approval continues to decline, however, we could be in trouble.

    Otis the Sweaty

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  20. I’ve distinguished Islamic Jihad doctrine from Biblical justifications from violence:

    https://pragmaticallydistributed.wordpress.com/2017/01/30/muslim-immigration-the-false-equivalence-between-the-koran-and-bible/

    As usual, this argument made by the Left is false. When Biblical endorsements of violence are put in their right context and then compared to the doctrine of Jihad, Islam stands out as uniquely incompatible with Western civilization.

    Because the New Testament borders on pacifist, the crux of this debate centers over how the Old Testament compares against the Koran. The Old Testament records numerous stories where the Israelites came into fierce conflict with their neighbors and how God favored the House of Israel provided they were sufficiently devoted to God.

    The essential difference between these justifications of Israelite violence and Muslim jihad is that Israelite defensive obligations are limited to only defending the land of Israel as promised by the Abrahamic Covenant.

    Unlike Islam there is no Old Testament obligation to forcibly conquer all of mankind under Judaism. Provided they are not at war with Israel or a threat in Israel’s immediate vicinity, Jews are nowhere commanded to subjugate or forcibly convert Scythians, Ethiopians, Greeks, Numidians, Chinese, Persians, Romans, Carthaginians, Gauls, Indians, or any other peoples contemporary with Ancient Israel.

    Islam however is commanded to militarily conquer the globe. Though they do not always follow this tenet of faith, they do strike at their non-Islamic neighbors whenever they feel they have the upper hand or are consumed with enough religious fanaticism that are willing to engage a superior opponent. This command is not only distinguishes it from Judaism and Christianity but it also distinguishes Islam from any other known major religion.

    The Undiscovered Jew

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • Is there any other Western or non-Western religion aside from Islam that commands its followers to seek world domination? As far as I know Islam is the only faith to do so.

      The Undiscovered Jew

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

  21. Elliot Rodger is beta male rage, that makes sense judging by his targets. But this dude? That may be the ultimate cause, but the proximate cause is pretty clearly animus toward Muslim immigrants. Why speculate and overanalyze it when you’re not qualified to?

    Dain

    January 30, 2017 at EST pm

    • I am one of the foremost authorities on beta-male rage. No one on the internet has come even close to me in understanding Elliot Rodger. I am most certainly qualified to speculate and analyze this case.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • “I am one of the foremost authorities on beta-male rage. ”

        This is so true. Perhaps at a certain point you’ll progress to the rest of the Greek alphabet.

        gothamette

        January 30, 2017 at EST pm

      • No, roissy is.

        OldTimer

        January 31, 2017 at EST am

      • Roissy is an expert on alpha males. I’m an expert on beta-male rage.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        January 31, 2017 at EST am

      • The NYPD should hire you as chief criminologist and detective for a new Beta Male Crimes division.

        Tom

        January 31, 2017 at EST am

      • You should star in Law and Order: BMR (Beta-Male Rage) as a detective prowling the streets of Manhattan hunting down beta male criminals.

        Tom

        January 31, 2017 at EST am

      • It would be a boring show. There are hardly any beta-male criminals.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        January 31, 2017 at EST am


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