The Rebel's talking about
how, shortly after the initial coverage of the mosque attack in Quebec City, the media - and quite possibly the government/authorities - are now trying to change the whole narrative:
Questions about facts that are less categorical than the need to condemn the attack. Questions about who was involved and what motivated them. And why one narrative was seemingly deleted, and replaced by another.
Twelve hours after the attack, the official media narrative involved not one but two suspects who allegedly yelled, “Allahu Akbar!” while carrying out their murderous rampage.
Witnesses were interviewed across various media outlets. Witnesses who claimed to have been inside the mosque at the time of the attack. All alleged the same: Two assailants stormed in, opening fire while shouting, "Allahu Akbar!" As of Monday morning Canada’s state broadcaster, the CBC, conducted television interviews with witnesses who, again, corroborated the story.
Thirteen hours after the attack, police forces from every level, held a joint press conference in which they confirmed they had two "suspects" in custody. So, several hours after the attack, police held in custody a man who later was identified as 29-year-old engineering student Mohamed Belkhadir. Police confirmed they continued to treat Belkhadir as a suspect and detained him as such well after he was apprehended at the scene.
But only a few hours later, Belkhadir’s role in the attack shifted:
From a suspect who attempted to flee the scene, to a good samaritan and witness who was providing first aid to victims when he was wrongfully accused by police.
However, one consideration of how many CCTV cameras are in place around the mosque invites the question: When did police review the security footage and why did it take them over 12 hours to determine that Bissonnette was their sole suspect? Why was Belkhadir held for such a long time?
Bissonnette, a man who police say turned himself in shortly after the attack, and was willing to cooperate with police. If Bissonnette was willing to turn himself in, why hasn’t he revealed his motive to police?
There most definitely is something strange going on here. Worst, they're trying to do everything they can to make him out to be a "right-winger":
But the mainstream media can't be bothered with tough questions, quickly obsessed with a new narrative based on a few 'likes' on Bissonnette’s Facebook page.
The discovery that Bissonnette liked two of the most popular politicians on earth (US President Donald Trump and France’s Marine Le Pen) quickly transformed the narrative into a story about a young right-wing extremist committing a terrorist act, even if no terror charges have been laid.
Bissonnette's Facebook "likes': on Canada’s leftist NDP Party page, as well as that of their former leader Jack Layton, have attracted far less media attention.
Journalists and high-ranking politicians quickly jumped on the new narrative, condemning the so-called normalization of hate, and even blaming newly minted President Donald Trump for the attack.
Canada’s state broadcaster quickly shifted its tone. By evening, all witness reports involving two suspects or shouts of "Allah Akbar!" were deleted, and replaced with alternative facts. The CBC even interviewed the former suspect Mohamed Belkhadir and, despite his name being a matter of public record by then, the state broadcaster did not include his name or his face, and even scratched his voice!
Moreover, unlike cases of Islamic extremism, there was no apparent journalistic search for mental illness as the root cause.
It sounds on the surface like this could be another Anders Breivik, but at the same time, it's clear something is being covered up here, and that only makes this all the more disturbing. For all we know, Bissonette could be a convert who turned on fellow Muslims, something which has happened before, and they may not want to reveal anything because it goes against their preferred narrative. Needless to say, that's doing a terrible disservice to Canada, especially after a teen girl was raped by Syrian migrants at a school dance
. Justin Trudeau's doing a lot of damage already, barely 2 years into his term of office.
Labels: Canada, dhimmitude, islam, jihad, Moonbattery, msm foulness, political corruption, terrorism