April 10, 2018

Why Media Party went quiet about Quebec mosque shooter (SPECIAL GUESTS: Diamond & Silk!)

Ezra LevantRebel Commander


In January of 2017, a mosque in Quebec City was attacked by a gunman, who murdered six people and wounded 19 more. It was a horrible crime, a tragedy and a shock.

But it was also a golden political opportunity for the left, who are never beneath using a tragedy for their advantage.

The bodies weren’t yet buried. The legal process hadn’t even begun. But the Islamophobia industry had rendered their verdict. And if you object — why, then you’re Islamophobic yourself!

Well, it turns out there won’t be a trial, because Bissonnette has pled guilty.

Normally, Bissonnette's guilty plea would be huge news — but apparently it’s not.

There are 381 stories on the CBC website about Alexandre Bissonnette — 377 of them from the attack, and the year since.

But just four small ones since then.

Why would the CBC publish 40 times more stories about Stormy Daniels than the ending of the greatest Islamophobic massacre in the history of history?

Well, because the facts are that he wasn’t Islamophobic. He was mentally ill. He was on drugs. The publication ban was lifted. His parents are talking to the media. His court statement is now public.

TONIGHT I'll read the whole thing. Decide for yourself whether or not Bissonnette is the Islamophobe the media portrayed him to be so long.

Maybe he’s lying. And I understand why people would think it was an anti-Muslim crime.

But the sole evidence anyone had for the past 15 months was that on Facebook, he clicked “like” on the accounts of Marine Le Pen and Donald Trump — but he also had done so for other politicians on the left, like Jack Layton and left-wing Quebec separatist parties.

But so what? To Justin Trudeau, there is a silver lining: the entire political-media establishment now has their eternal proof that Canada is full of hateful, right wing “terrorists,” and if you ever speak out against open borders immigration or sharia law, you’re probably a terrorist just like him...

NEXT: As I told you yesterday, those funny, high-energy Trump fans named Diamond & Silk were censored by Facebook, who told them they were "dangerous to the community."

Tonight, I'm thrilled to welcome them to the show, to talk to them about this latest Silicon Valley attack on outspoken conservatives.

THEN: Behnam Ben Taleblu, a fellow with the Foundation for Defense of Democracy, is my guest to discuss the Syrian chemical weapons attack, and how Trump and the west should — and shouldn't — respond.

FINALLY: Your messages to me!

 

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commented 2018-04-12 12:42:25 -0400
Drew, I certainly agree that Iran must not be allowed to settle into Syria. Part of any deal must involve them getting out and keeping them out completely.
commented 2018-04-12 03:35:10 -0400
Drew check out the Syrian live map periodically.
https://syria.liveuamap.com/

Just after Trump announced someone would pay for the chemical attack, Israel hit an air base outside of Damascus. I’m not saying they didn’t feel threatened or even making a judgment on that attack, but it happened in Syria to a Syrian air base.

I don’t think Assad is aiding Iran, its more that Assad is accepting all the help he can get from anyone who isn’t trying to take him out. Plus Iran, Russia don’t want a large Sunni Sharia State, which would make it vulnerable to ISIS again if Assad was kicked out. Turkey is supposed to be our ally, and is playing both sides I think, as is Saudi Arabia, who is remaining pretty quiet, but is a player just the same.
We shouldn’t even be involved at this point.
commented 2018-04-12 01:33:27 -0400
Liza Rosie Israel is hitting Iran not Syria, Syria needs to kick Iran out not aid them.
commented 2018-04-12 01:31:07 -0400
D.R. Bombay they also asked for a government ID from me, that was my last straw with them, i requested my info be deleted which they must to do when requested by user, it is in their terms of service.
commented 2018-04-12 01:28:28 -0400
James Risdon they set the terms in the binding agreement that users have to accept, they must abide by them as well as it is considered a legal document. If they change the terms and wording or do not require users to agree then they can do as they please, but they do not. That agreement works both ways.
commented 2018-04-12 00:14:32 -0400
James Risdon, you could be right about a facebook alternative, because I don’t think there will be any getting rid of the alt left bias ( I use those words deliberately). It would have to be a truly open and free social media, fair across the board. No holds barred. As it grew in membership it could completely over shadow Zucks Facebook. However, the ‘alt. left’ fascists, enjoy the EXclusivity of Zucks Facebook. Its a tool to kill free speech and thought. Used and abused by powerbrokers to control us.

It may be hard to keep a direct competitor from censorship by outside forces until it became big enough to stand on its own. I don’t imagine a fair platform would be welcomed by those who wish to make money off of our information and control us.
commented 2018-04-12 00:02:35 -0400
I’m not a lawyer nor do I profess to be able to understand a lot of legal jargon. Here are a couple of comments from another forum. If this is true where does it leave Facebook? I was taken off FB a while ago. They stated that someone had complained I was not a real person. They wanted me to supply picture ID and other information to get back on. I never posted anything to my page, liked anything or replied to any comments. I have many friends in many countries that I see every year while on vacation. It was only a means to keep in contact with them. No appeals, no information about who, what and where the complaint came from. ID or gone, Gone!!!
Comments.
I am NO Zuckerberg fan, but I believe FB is a private platform and legally, they can do what they want with content. They don’t care if we like it or not. If THEY disagree with you, it’s hate speech.
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Did you even understand the question Cruz asked?
If Facebook is not a neutral forum it is subject to the libel laws from which it is now protected. Since he clearly demonstrated he is engaged in censorship, Facebook is not protected from libel, which is a good way to close down his business. Secondly, the court has already established that private businesses operating as functional public squares merit first amendment protection

Can anyone tell me if this is the case?
commented 2018-04-11 16:37:13 -0400
NDP, let me be clear. I’m not saying Facebook should censor the content on its platform – other that for particularly egregious examples that would never be published in reputable publications. I’m saying it’s Facebook’s right to do what they want with their platform and if they want to remove certain content, it’s completely their business, much as a newspaper can choose to print or not any particular letter to the editor or a TV station retains the right to refuse to interview someone or otherwise put them on the air. Whether Facebook’s policies are good for business and the company survives, well, that too is their business. If Facebook dies, then Mark Zuckerberg will suffer the consequences, not you or me. So, yes, criticism of Facebook is fair game but it’s still Mr. Zuckerberg’s baby and it’s up to him what he decides to do with it, not us.
commented 2018-04-11 15:45:41 -0400
Diamond & Silk: If they were in Canada they could file (or try to file) a human rights complaint. Now that would be interesting.
commented 2018-04-11 13:33:07 -0400
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DaWmCXRXUAErlT7.jpg

I’m sure Syria will have a much better chance of being a ‘pluralistic’ country once its a Sunni Sharia state. What a bunch of crap.
Assad was elected in 2014 in what was the first multi candidate election process in decades.

Are Iran and Russia a threat? Probably. China more so, but what happened to the great negotiator? He’s supposed to be keeping us OUT of war not starting a world war.

We’re all war mongering globalists. Israel is happy to give Trudeau his cast off Muslim Africans, build walls, enjoy the protection of the west, and seems more than happy to go along with the globalist agenda for everyone else. I have always supported Israel, but I am not happy with BIBI at the moment. What did he think making the first strike on Syria was going to bring?
commented 2018-04-11 13:29:05 -0400
James Risdon. Facebook is swirling in the toilet bowl right now by following your train of thought. Suckerberg has lost upwards of 100 billion since it was discovered he helped Obama win his second term. Little commie Mark knows he is in personal and professional trouble. Facebook is quickly heading toward the trash heap. Big boys like him crash and when it happens they crash hard.

Here is another option and many are waiting for the launch date which could be within the next month or sooner.

https://www.infinitysn.com/
commented 2018-04-11 13:25:04 -0400
When the globalists put in their one world religion there will be no more turmoil. It will be a utopian dream.
commented 2018-04-11 13:19:10 -0400
Just another reason Alberta and the west need to secede from this knee jerk Canadian society of the central east. Their victim hood mentality is dangerous to the cohesion of all different religions in the country. In the new ROWC all people and religions will be treated the same and no religion will be taught in public schools. All religious school will have a strict codes to adhere to comply with.
commented 2018-04-11 13:08:14 -0400
Hey James Risdon, no problem. Zuck can put his facebook where the sun don’t shine.
commented 2018-04-11 12:59:12 -0400
Facebook is a privately-held company. As far as I know, they have no obligation whatsoever to give equal access to their platform to anyone who wants to post videos, audio clips, or pictures or words on there.

Exposing a media company, publication or broadcaster’s bias is certainly fair game. I have no qualms whatsoever about exposing any bias at Facebook if there is, in fact, such a bias.

But let’s also get real and admit something that conservatives don’t like to confess. The very reason it is so irksome to the right that Facebook is banning or censoring conservative views is precisely because it is such a successful, left-leaning platform that provides access to a much greater and diverse audience than conservative media outlets would be able to get on their own.

A number of people who appear to be from the left of the political spectrum have offered the retort that if you don’t like Facebook, then start up your own social media company. And while they mean that to be flippant and dismissive, there’s some truth to that.

The political right cannot at the same time espouse freedom of speech and also try to force Facebook to publish certain things on its platform. Mark Zuckerberg also has freedom of speech.

Sure, bash him for his views or criticize his company if you want. But the bottom line is that it is his company and he has the right to do with it what he pleases.

If you don’t like it, start your own social media company or use a different social media platform that’s more in keeping with your values. Sometimes, the leftists are right. This is one of those times.
commented 2018-04-11 12:39:59 -0400
Paul McCullough said in part, “Trump needs to tread carefully in Syria, land of false flags & overlapping alliances.”

Very true, and, more analysis is needed in my opinion.
commented 2018-04-11 12:33:16 -0400
- Well we saw how, when 26 people were killed at a Baptist church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, the story was hyped until it was found that a bad man with a gun was stopped by a good man with a gun (and NRA instructor). When the details were found out the story was dropped. When the details of the YouTube shooter (an Iranian born woman who was a vegan animal rights activist) it was buried immediately. The parkland school shooting was something the far left decided they could use so a well planned, well funded, grassroots march was held & “news” coverage was round the clock. The conduct of sheriff Scott Israel’s command was covered up. So the media party in Canada is just following the far left agenda of the mainstream media in the US. This mosque shooting is no longer useful (or worse works against their agenda) so it’s covered up & forgotten.

- Facebook is following the whims of their far left political masters. Black people are supposed to be Democrats & women were supposed to back Hillary. Anyone who violates that formula is silenced &/or attacked. The far left doesn’t care about people. They care about power. They use people to get power & hold power. They don’t care if the world burns in the process as long as they get to rule over the smoldering ruins. If they think they have silenced Diamond & Silk they are mistaken.

- Trump needs to tread carefully in Syria, land of false flags & overlapping alliances.
commented 2018-04-11 12:26:52 -0400
The collapsing chair fits right in with the collapsing narrative. Good one Deborah!
commented 2018-04-11 12:26:04 -0400
The CIA preppers failed! He keeps saying he has to go back and consult his team. This guy is a front man.
commented 2018-04-11 12:21:00 -0400
Tammie – that would be hilarious! It would be great if is was a folding chair that collapsed with him in it. That blank, “I didn’t do anything look” on his face says it all for me.
commented 2018-04-11 12:01:38 -0400
Deborah, someone with a sense of humour should switch out his chair for something even lower….then, Zuckerberg can send an aide to collect phone books and stack them on his booster seat.
commented 2018-04-11 11:54:29 -0400
Zuckerberg is a narcissistic snake. I had to laugh seeing him sitting on his booster seat like a big baby!
commented 2018-04-11 11:03:37 -0400
Zuckerberg was asked about Diamond and Silk and claims it was an “enforcement error” which will be rectified. How many of these enforcement errors have been committed? I’m sure he will squirm in his booster seat trying to answer that one.
commented 2018-04-11 10:09:45 -0400
I was watching TV on the night of the Quebec Mosque shooting. The initial news flash said that two apparently ME men had gone into the mosque, shouted Allah Akbar and started shooting. A while later there was an update stating that the perpetrator was a white man who had called the Police from twenty miles away from the site, stating that he was the guilty party so could the Police come and arrest him.
You can call me a simple minded skeptic but I would love to see the video of Bissonette entering the Mosque at that time, on that date. Only problem would be that after this long of hiding it, could I trust the contents of what would be presented!
So, I guess I am a simple minded skeptic who resides in a government – media “La-La Land.”
commented 2018-04-11 09:45:42 -0400
TED CRUZ , great questions , came right to the point .
DIAMOND and SILK , I’ve watched them on FOX , they are a must , on the REBEL from now on
I wonder who was controlling bissonet’s drugs , could have been the perfect candidate for a set up , let’s check out WHO
commented 2018-04-11 08:34:31 -0400
NDP Sucks, Zuckerberg was sitting on a booster seat during his poor performance in Congress.