Thursday, October 23, 2014

Canadian authorities at a loss to understand the motivation of jihadist Michael Zehaf-Bibeau

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To identify the ideology that motivated Bibeau to act as he did will never be discussed, to do so would not only be Islamophobic but it would fly in the face of all we have been told about Islam; that it is a religion of peace.  We must be blind to religious fervor, unless it is a Christian or a Jew committing the atrocity, then it is the driving force behind the act.

Here are but a few reasons Bibeau couldn't be a jihadist acting on the principles of Islam;
Not enough hugs as a child,
Girlfriend just broke up with him,
Just lost his job/dog/car,
Mentally imbalanced
Low blood sugar,
Not enough sleep the night before.

Take your pick, one of them is bound to be close to the truth...right?

From ABC October 23

Hero of Canada's Parliament Shooting Greeted With Standing Ovation

The hero sergeant-at-arms who killed the alleged shooter in Wednesday's attack on the Canadian Parliament was welcomed back into the building this morning with a prolonged standing ovation.

Kevin Vickers, 58, nodded to acknowledge the spontaneous applause that washed over him by the officials in the chamber, which included Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Vickers, a retired Royal Canadian Mountie, holds the ceremonial post of sergeant-at-arms but he confronted and killed gunman Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the suspect in the shooting death of a soldier at the National War Memorial before invading the main Parliament building.

(.) Authorities in Canada are trying to understand what motivated a gunman to kill the soldier with Harper calling the shooting the country’s second “terrorist” attack this week. During his remarks this morning, Harper continued to connect the two attacks, saying that they were perpetrated by "young men born and raised in this peaceful country" who turned their backs on the values that they were taught.

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The photo above is the home of the honor guard murdered by jihadist Bibeau.

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