In carrying out his grotesque massacre in Toronto, Alek Minassian took a page out of the ISIS playbook with a deadly tactic frequently used by jihadists around the world, but for even mentioning radical Islam, some on the Left will undoubtedly label me an Islamophobe.
Never mind that according to ReligionofPeace.com, there have been 32,994 deadly attacks carried out in the name of Allah since 9/11 alone. It’s best not to mention such facts.
So, if he wasn’t motivated by radical Islam, what was his motive?
Some commentators note that Minassian is an example of the real clear and present danger posed by sex-deprived males who are young, angry and... white.
In a Maclean’s piece, it’s noted that he’s a member of the Incel movement, an abbreviation for “involuntarily celibate,” and apparently, being a misogynist and an “involuntarily celibate” is a Caucasian condition.
What’s with pulling the race card?
Even if the Incel movement was a whites-only bastion, what happened to those unofficial rules when it comes to reporting terrorism that race, religion, etc., is entirely irrelevant?