January 14, 2016

A Muslim migrant raped more teen girls than Paul Bernardo -- and Canadian media is silent

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Yesterday a 33-year-old Muslim migrant to Canada, Walid Mustafa Chalhoub, was convicted of 24 charges of sexual assault and extortion against ten teenaged girls in Montreal. He pled guilty yesterday, part-way through his trial.

Chalhoub would find teenaged white girls, get them drunk and high, have sex with them and film it. Then he'd threaten to expose them, unless they paid him money, or had more sex with him.

One 16-year-old victim testified: "He said he could set my house on fire, to think of my family, that he was part of the Mafia.”

Chalhoub raped more women than Paul Bernardo did. Convicted, 11 year sentence. But of course, under our laws, he’ll be out on day parole in less than two years.

This is Rotherham style rape slavery, and it's now in Canada.

Did you hear about it in the news? On the CBC’s National? On CTV? The Globe and Mail, the National Post, the Toronto Star?

This is the most shocking crime I have read about in Canada in a year. And yet there’s a media blackout about it.

And 50,000 more Syrian migrants are being fast-tracked into Canada, without a single question about their views of women, or infidels, or violence or sharia law...

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commented 2019-02-19 13:00:18 -0500
We need to post the address of these fuckers.
Let’s send them some nice gifts in the mail. I’m sure it would be a blast
commented 2018-06-08 18:45:40 -0400
@Nero has already been suspended by Twitter.

It’s sooo easy to just create another Twitter/Facebook/Google account – why do they bother??

The Left can not silence us.

commented 2017-02-26 18:44:01 -0500
Check this out – it’s because the schools don’t teach history anymore that the western nations have to learn about Islam the hard way.
commented 2016-01-18 17:51:44 -0500
Don’t expect the idiot Trudeau to talk about this anytime soon. I think it is about time to take care of our ownselves. Death to Shiria. Trudeau is too busy trying to save face. Get him out of there by any means….
commented 2016-01-17 08:24:59 -0500
At least none of these girls had a gun.
commented 2016-01-17 01:47:28 -0500
The problem is that we are awash in a sea of sheeple. The crime that will be committed by The Islamic Invasion will be lumped together with the regular crime of the day with no mention of Islam being involved.
Just another day in the city.
commented 2016-01-17 00:00:48 -0500
wow i almost thought he was talking about priests or pastors i guess he wouldn’t want to compare to these religions that has done this repeatedly
commented 2016-01-15 17:26:19 -0500
There is a bigger power behind it Rick… Justin Trudeau serves Zionist masters As do all politicians globally who make their people suffer the indignation of the Muslim heathen. This is no coincidence that it’s happening all around the planet all at the same time with the pressure on the white Anglo-Saxon countries..
Excluding Russia because their political line is a little more straightforward and they’ve had Islamic issues before and they know how to deal with them but this time they’re not inviting any extra headache so we will just exclude Russia. So just look to the countries, again aside from Russia who hate Islam and refused to import any of it themselves but force it on us and you will have the answer of who
It is certainly a global agenda and that cannot be denied..
commented 2016-01-15 16:50:16 -0500
Sean Penson ???: " “We should also investigate and learn what caused this to happen.” Really? Root causes? Is it not already obvious? The pervert brought his dispicable rape culture beliefs with him!
commented 2016-01-15 16:42:33 -0500
commented 2016-01-15 16:40:27 -0500
Watch for MacClean’s magazine to do a sympathetic article on this raping piece of trash! They get Gov’t (our money) monies to toe the Lieberal line do they not?
commented 2016-01-15 14:20:38 -0500
Importing of rape culture from medieval parts of the world aside, Canada need to eliminate the concurrent sentencing and go to consecutuve. This monster was charged with 10 incidents and recieved the maximum for this crime which is 10 years and with parole and time served he could be on the street in a couple of years, consecutive sentencing woul call for 100 years and keep him locked away for at least 20 years. If someone is going to rape a person, why not rape a dozen since it will not affect their sentence.
commented 2016-01-15 13:14:12 -0500
That last posting was mostly for you Kevin… do you really want to fix this or do you just want to bitch about it and wish that it would go away..??
commented 2016-01-15 12:55:00 -0500
Not very many people here can see through the smoke to find the fire… hope you all enjoy your morning coffee
commented 2016-01-15 12:52:29 -0500
Sean, that is the most ridiculous feminist blanket statement. It makes me wonder if you are speaking out of guilt for yourself. Either ways, you should check you manhood at the door.
commented 2016-01-15 12:50:36 -0500
I have to wonder if there was wide spread condemnation from Muslim countries over the new year’s eve sex assaults or even any mention of it?
commented 2016-01-15 12:31:22 -0500
Montreal Gazette: “Man who extorted sex from teens pleads guilty to 24 charges halfway through trial”
EXTORTEDWTF?! Is this the new PC description of rape and assault??
commented 2016-01-15 11:56:26 -0500
Sean Pension: You are guilty of intellectual rape. Seek therapy.
commented 2016-01-15 11:24:48 -0500
Bill Elder …
Your paragraph on Milo – F-ing brilliant. If you were running for office you would have my vote.
commented 2016-01-15 11:23:38 -0500
Proposal: Would it be good practice to keep all story comments about Ezra’s stories, and not have comments on comments? Otherwise the comments section turns into a lengthy debate, or a name-calling argument, which I think is not what a news story comments section should be about. If you want to debate or argue, use Twitter or Facebook.
commented 2016-01-15 11:10:09 -0500
This is a very interesting read… Wind up the Muslims and then send them here
War Is Realizing the Israelizing of the World
Divide, Conquer, Colonize

by Dan Sanchez, December 22, 2015
As US-driven wars plummet the Muslim world ever deeper into jihadi-ridden failed state chaos, events seem to be careening toward a tipping point. Eventually, the region will become so profuse a font of terrorists and refugees, that Western popular resistance to “boots on the ground” will be overwhelmed by terror and rage. Then, the US-led empire will finally have the public mandate it needs to thoroughly and permanently colonize the Greater Middle East.

It is easy to see how the Military Industrial Complex and crony energy industry would profit from such an outcome. But what about America’s “best friend” in the region? How does Israel stand to benefit from being surrounded by such chaos?

Tel Aviv has long pursued a strategy of “divide and conquer”: both directly, and indirectly through the tremendous influence of the Israel lobby and neocons over US foreign policy.

A famous article from the early 1980s by Israeli diplomat and journalist Oded Yinon is most explicit in this regard. The “Yinon Plan” calls for the “dissolution” of “the entire Arab world including Egypt, Syria, Iraq and the Arabian peninsula.” Each country was to be made to “fall apart along sectarian and ethnic lines,” after which each resulting fragment would be “hostile” to its neighbors.” Yinon incredibly claimed that:

“This state of affairs will be the guarantee for peace and security in the area in the long run”

According to Yinon, this Balkanization should be realized by fomenting discord and war among the Arabs:

“Every kind of inter-Arab confrontation will assist us in the short run and will shorten the way to the more important aim of breaking up Iraq into denominations as in Syria and in Lebanon.”

Sowing discord among Arabs had already been part of Israeli policy years before Yinon’s paper.

To counter the secular-Arab nationalist Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Israel supported an Islamist movement in the Occupied Territories, beginning in the late 70s (around the same time that the US began directly supporting the Islamic fundamentalist Mujahideen in Afghanistan). The Israel-sponsored Palestinian Islamist movement eventually resulted in the creation of Hamas, which Israel also supported and helped to rise.

Also in the late 70s, Israel began fomenting inter-Arab strife in Lebanon. Beginning in 1976, Israel militarily supported Maronite Christian Arabs, aggravating the Lebanese Civil War that had recently begun. In 1978, Israel invaded Lebanon, and recruited locals to create a proxy force called the “South Lebanon Army.”

Israel invaded Lebanon again in 1982, and tried to install a Christian Fascist organization called the Phalange in power. This was foiled when the new Phalangist ruler was assassinated. In reprisal, the Phalange perpetrated, with Israeli connivance, the Sabra and Shatila massacre, butchering hundreds (perhaps thousands) of Palestinian refugees and Lebanese Shiites. (See Murray Rothbard’s moving contemporary coverage of the atrocity.)

The civil war that Israel helped foster fractured Lebanon for a decade and a half. It was Lebanon’s chaotic fragmentation that Yinon cited as the “precedent” and model for the rest of the Arab world.

The US has also long pit Muslim nations, sects, and ethnic groups against each other. Throughout the 80s, in addition to sponsoring the Afghan jihad and civil war, the US armed Iraq (including with chemical weapons) in its invasion of and war against Iran. At the very same time, the US was also secretly selling arms to the Iranian side of that same conflict. It is worth noting that two officials involved in the Iran-Contra Affair were Israel-first neocons Elliot Abrams and Michael Ledeen. Abrams was convicted (though later pardoned) on criminal charges.

This theme can also be seen in “A Clean Break”: a strategy document written in 1996 for the Israeli government by a neocon “study group” led by future Bush administration officials and Iraq War architects. In that document, “divide and conquer” went under the euphemism of “a strategy based on balance of power.” This strategy involved allying with some Muslim powers (Turkey and Jordan) to roll back and eventually overthrow others. Particularly it called for regime change in Iraq in order to destabilize Syria. And destabilizing both Syria and Iran was chiefly for the sake of countering the “challenges” those countries posed to Israel’s interests in Lebanon.

The primary author of “A Clean Break,” David Wurmser, also wrote another strategy document in 1996, this one for American audiences, called “Coping with Crumbling States.” Wurmser argued that “tribalism, sectarianism, and gang/clan-like competition” were what truly defined Arab politics. He claimed that secular-Arab nationalist regimes like Iraq’s and Syria’s tried to defy that reality, but would ultimately fail and be torn apart by it. Wurmser therefore called for “expediting” and controlling that inevitable “chaotic collapse” through regime change in Iraq.

Especially thanks to the incredibly effective efforts of the neocon Project for a New American Century (PNAC), regime change in Iraq became official US policy in 1998. Iraq’s fate was sealed when 9/11 struck while the US Presidency was dominated by neocons (including many Clean Break signatories and PNAC members) and their close allies.

Beginning with the ensuing Iraq War, the Yinon/Wurmser “divide and conquer” strategy went into permanent overdrive.

Following the overthrow of secular-Arab nationalist ruler Saddam Hussein, the policies of the American invaders could hardly have been better designed to instigate a civil war between Iraqi Sunnis and Shias.

The “de-Baathification” of the Iraqi government sent countless secular Sunnis into unemployed desperation. This was compounded with total disenfranchisement when the US-orchestrated first election handed total power over to the Shias. And it was further compounded with persecution when the US-armed (and Iran-backed) Shiite militias began ethnically cleansing Baghdad and other cities of Sunnis.

The invasion also unleashed Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a terrorist who had previously been holed up hiding from Saddam’s security forces. The Sunni extremist’s shootings and suicide bombings of Shia and Shiite shrines, and the anti-Sunni reprisals they engendered, further divided Iraq along sectarian lines. Zarqawi’s gang became Al Qaeda in Iraq. After many of his extremist followers were thrust by the Americans into close prison quarters with ex-Baathists, many of the latter were recruited. The military expertise thus acquired was crucial for the group’s later rise to conquest as ISIS.

All this was the perfect recipe for civil war. And when that civil war did break out, the US armed forces made reconciliation impossible by completely taking the Shiite side.

Now in neighboring Syria, the US has been fueling a civil war for the past four years by sponsoring international Sunni jihadis fighting alongside ISIS and Syrian Al Qaeda in their war to overthrow the secular-Arab nationalist ruler Bashar al-Assad, and to “purify” the land of Shias, Druze, Christians, and other non-Salafist “apostates.” Key co-sponsors of this jihad include the Muslim regimes of Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates. And key allies and defenders of Assad include such Muslim forces as Hezbollah, Iranian troops, and Iraqi militias. In some battles in Syria, Iraqi soldiers and Syrian rebels may each be shooting at the other with American weapons.

Many of the weapons and recruits that were poured into Syria by the US and its allies ended up going over to ISIS or Al Qaeda. So strengthened, ISIS then burst into Iraq (where it first emerged during the chaotic US occupation) and drove the Shiite Iraqi military out of the Sunni-populated northwest of the country.

Today’s “divide and conquer” seems to be the 80s “divide and conquer” in reverse. In the 80s, the US armed a Sunni-led Iraqi invasion of Iran. Now, by arming the Iran-led militias that dominate the new Iraqi military, the US has effectively armed a Shia-led Iranian invasion of Iraq. Moreover, in the 80s, the US covertly armed the Shiite Iranian resistance to the Iraqi invasion. Now the US is covertly arming (through its conduits in the Syrian insurgency) the Sunni Iraqi resistance to the Iranian invasion.

Jihadi-ridden civil wars have also been fomented in Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen, and Libya, the latter following the American overthrow of yet another secular-Arab nationalist ruler.

In these catastrophes we see virtually everything Yinon and Wurmser called for. We see Yinon’s “inter-Arab confrontation,” the “dissolution” of Arab countries which are “fall[ing] apart along ethnic and sectarian lines” into warring fragments. And we see Wurmser’s “chaotic collapse” expedited by the smashing of secular-Arab nationalist regimes. It should also be noted that Wurmser gave short shrift to the threat of Islamic fundamentalism, especially as compared to that of Arab nationalism.

But, aside from Wurmser’s far-fetched fantasies of Israel-beholden Hashemite monarchies emerging from the chaos, how could being surrounded by such a hellscape possibly “secure” Israel? Sheldon Richman incisively posited that:

“Inter-Arab confrontation promoted by the United States and Israel … would suit expansionist Israelis who have no wish to deal justly with the Palestinians and the Occupied Territories. The more dangerous the Middle East appears, the more Israeli leaders can count on the United States not to push for a fair settlement with the Palestinians. The American people, moreover, are likely to be more lenient toward Israel’s brutality if chaos prevails in the neighboring states.”

Another line of strategic thinking was revealed by the New York Times in 2013:

“More quietly, Israelis have increasingly argued that the best outcome for Syria’s two-and-a-half-year-old civil war, at least for the moment, is no outcome.

For Jerusalem, the status quo, horrific as it may be from a humanitarian perspective, seems preferable to either a victory by Mr. Assad’s government and his Iranian backers or a strengthening of rebel groups, increasingly dominated by Sunni jihadis.

“’This is a playoff situation in which you need both teams to lose, but at least you don’t want one to win — we’ll settle for a tie,’ said Alon Pinkas, a former Israeli consul general in New York.

‘Let them both bleed, hemorrhage to death: that’s the strategic thinking here. As long as this lingers, there’s no real threat from Syria.’”

As menacing as jihadi terrorists are to civilians, and as horrific as civil war is for those directly afflicted, the Israeli regime would rather be surrounded by both than to be neighbored by even a single stable Muslim or Arab state not subject to Washington’s and Tel Aviv’s will.

This is partly due to simple imperialism, made especially aggressive by Israel’s Zionist ideology. Israel wants lebensraum, which includes both additional territory for itself and coerced access to resources and markets in foreign territories in the region. Non-client Muslim and Arab states are simply standing in the way of that. Every state lusts for lebensraum. What makes Israel’s lust particularly dangerous is its blank-check backing by the American superpower.

But there is also the more particular issue of maintaining a particular bit of already-conquered lebensraum: the Israeli occupation of Palestine. No matter how weak (like Saddam) and meek (like Assad) Arab rulers are on the subject, the very notion of Arab nationalism is a standing threat to the Israelis as permanent occupiers and systematic dispossessors of Arabs. Israel hates Baathism for the same reason it hated the PLO before the latter was tamed. A nationally-conscious Arab world will never fully accept the Occupation.

Israel is prejudiced against regional stability, because a stable, coherent Arab state is more likely to have both the motivation and the wherewithal to resist Israeli designs on its country, and possibly even to stand up for the Palestinians.

One might wonder how jihadis and civil war are any better in these regards. It’s not like the natural resources under Assad’s barrel bombs or ISIS’s sneakers are any more readily available to Israel. And, setting aside Mossad-related theories about ISIS and Al Qaeda, it’s not like Islamist extremists are necessarily much more forgiving of the Occupation than Arab nationalists.

But the jihadis are preferred by Israel, not as permanent neighbors, but as catalysts for military escalation. By overthrowing moderates to the benefit of extremists, the Israeli-occupied US foreign policy is accelerating further war by polarizing the world. It is making the Israeli/Arab and Western/Muslim divides more severely black and white by eliminating the “gray zones” of co-existence. This is ISIS’s own strategy as well.

Israeli hawks prefer ISIS, Al Qaeda, and Hamas to Saddam, Assad, and Arafat, because the people of the West are less likely to be willing to co-exist with the former than the latter. Especially as terrorist attacks and refugee crises mount in the West, the rise and reign of the terrorists may finally overcome public opposition to troop commitment, and necessitate the Western invasion and permanent occupation of the Greater Middle East, followed, of course, by its perpetual exploitation by, among other Washington favorites, Israel and Israeli corporations.

The West may become a Global Israel, forever occupying, forever dispossessing, forever bombing, and forever insecure. And the Middle East may become a Global Palestine, forever occupied, forever dispossessed, forever bombed, and forever desperately violent. That is how war is realizing the Israelizing of the world.
commented 2016-01-15 11:01:18 -0500
If you are going to add a print button, print your documents as pdf. That way every platform can print them.
commented 2016-01-15 11:00:52 -0500
CBC reported the story as a sexual "assault Thought that having sex with minors – even if they consented- was called STATUTORY RAPE. These girls were all minors. The story was very low key as well. Maybe they should be required to hire writers for publicly funded news agencies, who can communicate the FACTS. And why has this rapist not been deported. Besides the enormous cost of the trial ( trial lawyers bill a minimum of $500.00 an hour alone), taxpayers are now on the hook for not only his food, shelter, clothing, medical , psychiatric, dental, optometric care and costs, but also his entertainment, recreational activities, and legal costs. ANd, because these Muslims figure they are a superior people, they don’t figure they should have to do time for their crimes, or maybe the prayer room isn’t up to his specs, or he isn’t seeing his imam often enough – or whatever other crazy excuse he can pullout of his arse to cry discrimination and try to sue taxpayers for an additional $10 million for his hurt feelings?? And of course, greedy lawyers are plentiful , no matter how ludicrous the lawsuit- when it comes from a Muzzie- because those left leaning judges who hear the cases involving muzzie criminals suing Canadians – either do not want to appear politically incorrect, or are friends with the lawyers presenting the lawsuit and they want to make sure they have a nice fat paycheque at the expense of those Canadians who do pay their taxes and obey the laws of this country.
commented 2016-01-15 10:33:16 -0500
Sean Penson commented – “All men are guilty of sexual assaults.”
Well, Penson all the women in our family would disagree with you.
Again we see a narrow minded Marxist trying to force us onto one of his identity gulags – either that or it’s the worst case of psychotic transference I’ve ever seen.

Penson, have you even had consentual sex? Heck have you even had sex with a woman? You sound like mutual heterosexual love is a foreign concept to you. You know you’re really a couch case when you’re too sick to be in a loving sexual relationship.
commented 2016-01-15 10:24:23 -0500
It’s becoming more than obvious the ‘people in charge’ are willing to sweep this all under the rug in order to fulfill their agenda – whatever that is.
There are few options for The People when they backed into a corner.
One option – see the movie LAW ABIDING CITIZEN
commented 2016-01-15 10:22:35 -0500
Re: Milo’s effectiveness in needling the hypocrisy of cultural Marxist identity politics -

Milo is an embarrassment to cultural Marxists and their identity politics pogrom because, as he says, he does not fit into their gay stereotype – Identity politics is about “profiling” groups and making erroneous broad-brush presumptions in defining their character by their color or ethnicity. Cultural Marxists do not identify with the individual, they think if a “group” is taken under their wing as a lefty-designated victim group, they should be grateful and march in lock=step with the bitter leftard hordes – proving something I’ve known for a long time -that the stereotyping and designation of good and bad by identity group is racist and bigoted and thus regressive narrow-minded ignorance which is what they say they crusade against – absolute toxic hypocrisy.

Milo is obviously a identity politics fugitive who escaped the cultural Marxists gulag for gays. He’s an escaped stereotyped thrall who got off the Proglodyte identity plantation and there is nothing worse than an identity ingrate and a glaring contradiction to the sacred identity stereotype narratives.

Keep up the good work Milo, never let the fascist bastards tell you who you are.
If I did use the intellectual ghetto of social media I would put you on my follow list.
commented 2016-01-15 10:08:50 -0500
Sean Penson do you sleep with your Justin blowup doll every night sean, best get a patch kit as pins tend to poke holes in the cheap plastic you pos.