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Alexandre Bissonnette: Alleged Perpetrator of Massacre at Quebec City Mosque

This is the spawn of the Islamophobia movement, the Trump hate and fear-mongering. Will we have calls to profile and ban Right-wing Whites now?

via. Heavy.com

Alexandre Bissonnette has been accused of killing six people and wounding eight others in a “barbaric” massacre Sunday night at a Quebec City mosque, TVA News reports.

The 27-year-old entered the Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec and opened fire with a rifle, shooting members of the mosque as they prayed, police and witnesses say.

He is in police custody and was being questioned Monday morning. He is expected to face murder charges.

A second man, Mohamed el Khadir, was previously identified by authorities as a suspect. He was taken into custody near the mosque and questioned, but Quebec Provincial Police said in a tweet Monday afternoon that he is no longer considered to be a suspect. He is now being called a witness.

1. Bissonnette Has Right-Wing, Pro-Israel, Pro-Trump & Anti-Immigration Beliefs, a Former Classmate Says

Bissonnette. (Facebook)

Bissonnette. (Facebook)

Little was known about Alexandre Bissonnette as of Monday morning, as police were still working to determine what led to the shooting. But details from those who knew him and information from his social media pages began to be uncovered by the afternoon.

According to his Facebook page, Bissonnette is from Cap-Rouge, Quebec.

Bissonnette has a twin brother, a high school classmate told Le Journal de Quebec.

“Apart from his twin brother, I did not see him with other people,” said Mikael Labrecque Berger, in French. He said Bissonnette was an “unpopular nerd,” and was not always taken seriously by classmates.

“He replied to insults, but never with physical violence,” Labrecque Berger said, adding that he and his twin brother didn’t integrate with other students. They were usually only seen together, he said.

The former classmate, who had only seen him once since high school, said he didn’t know about any politics or beliefs that could have sparked the shooting.

But another former classmate, Jean-Michel Allard-Prus, who studied politics with him, at Université Laval and has kept in touch with him, told Le Journal de Quebec that Bissonnette, “has right-wing political ideas, pro-Israel, anti-immigration. I had many debates with him about Trump. He was obviously pro-Trump.”

Bissonnette is studying anthropology and political science at Université Laval in Quebec City, and has been a student there since 2012.

Allard-Prus said Bissonnette was shy and timid, and didn’t talk to many other people.

But he was active on social media and expressed his political views there, according to a local pro-refugees group. His Facebook page has been deleted in the hours after he was named as a suspect in the attack.

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  • Khizer

    Yep.

  • 1DrM

    Muslims need to understand that the left, like the right are not friends. Their agenda is the same by by different means. Fools who comprise their deen for political expediency will lose their deen eventually. All this just for a few crumbs at the table.

  • Khizer

    True, the extreme left and right are just both sides of the same coin, apologists for supremacists (the left for Zionists and the right for nazis/white supremacists).

  • 1DrM

    Not a surprise at all. Zionists have long courted Nazis and other white supremacist vermin to outsource Islamophobia. It’s hypocrisy that many Muslims “activists” rally against white supremacy but are silent when it comes to the head of the snake : Zionism. That’s what happens when you’ve been sanitized and co-opted by the “left”(in reaction to the “right”).

  • Khizer

    The IDF eh? He sure made them proud considering that they love shooting unarmed civillians.

  • Khizer

    Heh, didn’t imply that I believe everything the lamestream media regurgitates, some conspiracy theories (about the U.S. Goverment) turned out to be true (thought sometimes conspiracy wing nuts tend to over-exaggerate these theories). One far fetched theory turned out to be true, ever heard of MK ULTRA?

    http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/MKULTRA

  • I have no use for Alex Jones, Prison Planet, or a lot of the conspiracy sites. But they didn’t arise for no reason. There is a lack of trust in the major media, as there should be.

    All the major media LIED us into the Iraq war, including the so-called “paper of record,” the New York Times. Since the alternative media knew better, we know they were just acting as White House stenographers. The leaders knew better, we know, because of the Downing Street Memo. Liars all around, and it’s nothing new. From Pearl Harbor to the Gulf of Tonkin, they have lied and lied.

    Why should we believe ANYTHING they say? False flags do happen and the government has every incentive to use them. I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised to find that some of the “false flag” allegations are in fact true. This scoffing at “conspiracy theories” serves the interests of the liars. Why should we NOT explore conspiracy theories when we KNOW FOR CERTAIN the government and media “conspired” to drag us into the illegal and unjust Iraq war?

    I’m perfectly fine with people theorizing. The only way to know which “conspiracy theories” are credible and which are not is to examine the evidence. I think anyone who believes what the government and major media say without question is a bigger fool than Alex Jones.

  • 1DrM

    As usual you don’t disappoint. French “culture,” is racist and toxic. You and I both know if the roles were reversed, the outrage would be tremendous with the usual calls for Muslims to “do more.” As for the white French TERRORIST’s Facebook :
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/bf49594b9972fefd2cf5003db26cc89b80b8662efedec5fb4387dcb46097edf2.png

  • Khizer

    So I basically predicted what Alex Jones and his crew were going to say (and I haven’t even watched their video).

    He is so predictable…..

  • Joey Sanders

    But no one is going to say he was a Christian terrorist.

  • Joey Sanders

    Quebec needs to look at its own history and realize that not all terrorists are brown. There has been a movement in Quebec to separate from the rest of Canada and become a country. This is known as the Quebec sovereignty movement. Not all people involved in this movement were peaceful.

    There was a group known as the FLQ which was funded by the KGB. It carried out bombings and murders for years. Eventually the group lost power as the years went on, but the Quebec sovereignty movement is still around. I am wondering whether or not Bissonnette was a part of this movement. It states he was right wing.

    What I don’t like is that his Facebook account was deleted. Why? Let people know where he came from. He definitely challenges the stereotypes being perpetuated out there by the establishment media.

  • Joey Sanders

    Alex Jones’ channel, Infowars, is already claiming it is a false flag. The video is up, but I am not going to post a link to such rubbish.

  • Waqas Zia

    Half Life 3 confirmed?

  • GaribaldiOfLoonwatch

    I guess we need to update this article that was about fabricated statistics regarding rape BEFORE the Syrian refugees arrived: http://www.loonwatch.com/2011/12/gil-ronens-fabricated-statistics-about-oslo-rapists-being-all-muslim/

  • Khizer

    Oh Yes!!!

    I too mentioned this on a previous thread. I am honestly sick of this crap. The more loony ones have even suggested that male refugees beyond the age of twelve should be castrated for ‘security’.

  • golden izanagi

    you think that’s insane spencer is in full on denial that the shooter is a trump fan and thinks it is the shooter is “likely” a Muslim https://www.jihadwatch.org/2017/01/quebec-mosque-mass-murderers-alexandre-bissonnette-and-mohamed-khadir I should warn you about the comments if your looking for any sort of compassion for the victims of the shooting or anything like that there, well lets just say your more likely to see a release schedule of the next half life installment then anything of that nature there.

  • Khizer

    Everything is a false flag, everything……..

    Especially in the eyes of a conspiracy wingnut.

  • Tanveer Wan Khanobi

    One guy called it a false flag and said both men yelled the takbeer before the attack. Trololololol.

  • Khizer

    What about the secular Nazis (the (s)alt-right)? They seem to be making excuses about this massacre (especially considering that the perpetrator is one of their own).

    Also can’t wait for Alex Jones upcoming conspiracy theory, “How the lefties are trying to frame the righteous trump-loving righties in this obviously false-flag attack!”

  • Khizer

    White trash.

  • 1DrM

    إِنَّا لِلّهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعون

  • Raad

    sad

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