June 02, 2017

Thomas Mulcair defends serial killer Carla Homolka

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

In light of the revelations that Karla Homolka has been volunteering at her children's private school, NDP leader Thomas Mulcair thinks to might be time for us all to forgive Karla Homolka. 

No way in hell. 

Homolka was sex fiend serial killer Paul Bernardo’s wife and partner in crime. They kidnapped, raped, tortured, and killed her sister 13-year-old sister Tammy, 14-year-old Leslie Mahaffy and 15-year-old Kristen French. Homolka actually married Bernardo between their first and second killing.

Homolka struck a deal with the prosecution to testify against her Bernardo before video tapes the deranged pair made to commemorate their crimes were found.  Those tapes showed her to be a full and willing participant in the rapes and murders.

Paul Bernardo was a serial rapist in and around Scarborough, Ontario for years, responsible for the rapes of at least 14 women and as many as 53 but he never killed anyone that we know of until Karla came along. She may have been the catalyst for their killing spree and yet she is free, living her life like a normal person, with kids and sports and school, instead of rotting in jail with Bernardo where she should be for the rest of her disgusting life.

Would anyone dare ask if it’s time to forgive serial child killer Clifford Olson? He was a child rapist serial killer just like Homolka. If we forgive Homolka, we should be forgiving John Wayne Gacy, Ted Bundy, and even Paul Bernardo. In the tolerant Canada imagined by the NDP, Paul Bernardo should get out prison, have kids, volunteer at their school and get forgiven by Thomas Mulcair.

Why is it even time to forgive this evil hag? Because she’s a  woman?  Because she’s a mom now? Homolka is those things in spite of herself.  Homolka is still a monster even though she is a middle-class lady who looks like any other soccer mom. Actually, that’s what makes her even more sinister. She looks normal and acts normal.

Besides, women already serve way less time than men for the exact same crimes. Men receive 63% longer sentences, on average, than women do. Female killers already get off easy. Homolka is the rule, not the exception.

It’s even not for us to muse about forgiving Homolka and it’s especially not for politicians. It’s for the French and Mahaffy families to do that when and if they are ever ready.

But, all of this, it’s just so typically NDP. If they aren't worshipping political mass murderers like Chavez and Castro, they are so loose on crime that they are forgiving serial killers.

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commented 2017-06-06 17:31:03 -0400
Bully gang? LMAO, good one, trolls are indeed good for a laugh.
commented 2017-06-06 06:41:50 -0400
Last comment, but not forever. Sorry but your bully gang won’t shut me up, mark poop, tammi put it in my zezinki, and Andy neimers himself. The book is of course, written by a Cuban WHO LEFT CUBA WHEN HE WAS 7! great alternative sources folks, still all US media crap. Show me something different I asked, you can only deliver name calling. So inspiring.
commented 2017-06-05 23:28:09 -0400
Lol, we just watched that video and it two different stories put in to one. The furst is correct and tried for tteason. Pietro is before Castro (1944) . Good reliable source hahaha, try again.
commented 2017-06-05 22:35:33 -0400
Hey, no worries, I understand and don’t take your comments personally. After all, I vehemently tried to explain the word ’attrition ’ to common folk and yet Wynne still got elected!!!!?
commented 2017-06-05 22:17:27 -0400
Oh yeah, and that’s Republicans and Democrats….ummm
commented 2017-06-05 22:12:29 -0400
Communism is not a word my husband understands. He calls it socialism. Nice video though, I’m sure the current style of execution is much more humane…..um, unless we let them out of prison instead. Hard to judge with no sound, but judgement is easy for some.I will look for the book, most likely published in the US. You guys should try talking to someone who understands Castro better than you. Someone who lived first hand with them instead of your fingertip reach informtion/ real life contacts. If you’re actually interested in being knowledgeable. Otherwise you sound just like the antifas the rebel interviews.
commented 2017-06-04 22:07:08 -0400
Andy Niemers, thanks for the book title and author, I will look for a copy.
commented 2017-06-04 17:28:36 -0400
Tammie and Hyacinth…. When a commie troll like Julie Martinez pops up, challenge her to disprove one word in a studied book like Humberto Fontova’s “Exposing The Real Che Guevara”. (2007).. Fourteen pages of footnotes and page after page of true information about Castro and Guevara…
commented 2017-06-04 14:56:54 -0400
it is a waste of effort communicating with the regressive leftards like Julie unless it is to refute their post. She, as so many others from her ranks, are in full denial of reality on so many different levels. Photo after photo, film clip after film clip, and still the dullards like Julie will claim it is all fake propaganda dreamt up by the republicans and conservatives. Apparently the thousands of people that managed to escape Castro’s reign of terror made it all up and it never happened and the photos of the abject poverty rampant in Cuba are all photo shopped BS. Bet she is a holocaust denier as well.
commented 2017-06-04 11:57:33 -0400
A Prisoner Is Tried, Condemned And Executed In Cuba (1959) No sound, just disturbing footage. Is this not what happened to thousands of Cubans?
commented 2017-06-04 10:17:31 -0400
Fucking disgusting. But I expected no less fr the ndp and all left wing nuts. Years ago in ns at the college I was at they let this woman who killed her bf for cheating by cutting his throst on campus as part of her “rehabilitation” my fellow students found out..but not fr administration..Surprise but when we did they refused to I’d her..great a killer on campus…Fortunately enough students threatened to drop out that she was outed..Guess which provincal govt we had? Dexter ndp…all the effing same…
commented 2017-06-04 08:51:58 -0400
Sue, I would gladly tell you the nice things he has done for his people, thanks for asking. Send me an email, we’ll talk.
commented 2017-06-04 08:28:30 -0400
So you quote me American news, good job. I see no one has even a second to ask any questions, only your own boring regurgitated same old same old statements. Love this world, so open to different ideas that could just possibly have some truth in it. Back to Homolka please, it’s right up your alley.
commented 2017-06-04 08:20:58 -0400
The best thing to do with Bernardo and Homolka is to let them deal with GOD right away!
commented 2017-06-04 01:45:50 -0400
Since Jan. 1, 1959, when Castro took over, 3,615 firing squad executions took place, according to the Cuba Archive. Guevara had his murderous hand in at least 100, in some cases even killing the victim himself. In addition, 1,253 extrajudicial killings outside of the firing squads have been attributed to the Castro regime.
This is what the left has revered after Castro’s death. It is shocking and disturbing to see the left make excuses for Castro’s brutal regime, but that’s exactly what they have done

*Castro during his 58 years of dictatorship was an evil man, a communist who tortured, killed and imprisoned with no remorse, a tyrant who tore a once-beautiful country apart and sent its finest citizens into exile … What’s especially galling is the suggestion — present in almost every story on Castro’s demise — that he took an impoverished, oppressed nation and turned it into a kind of socialist paradise, with education, social services and health care for all. This is an utter and complete lie… *
""Satan, Fidel is now yours," cheered 72-year-old Jay Fernandez, who came to Miami in 1961. “Give him what he deserves. Don’t let him rest in peace.”
Those who suffered under Castro’s rule, either directly or indirectly, were less charitable. …"
“Cuban exiles in Miami’s Little Havana rejoice as Castro’s estranged sister vows not to attend funeral …. But she said she became disenchanted as her brother steered the country towards an ever more rigid Communist doctrine, and began executing his rivals. …. Those were dark days of brutal beatings and suffering. He would never forget, he told The Telegraph, the sound of prisoners being lined up along a wall behind his cell and shot en masse.”



Yeah sure Julie. Living in Cuba was and is ever so wonderful and Castro was such a heart warming humanist …NOT.
commented 2017-06-04 01:13:11 -0400
So please tell us what a wonderful person Fidel was.
commented 2017-06-04 01:08:52 -0400
It’s clear you guys were brain washed by the US media, who spent 50 mil a year to badmouth Castro for not joining the US regime. Normally I don’t say anything about your uneducated bias about Castro, but this time I draw the line when you compare them with homolka. You should call my husband, a Cuban who lived the life, and get your facts straight. Talk about bowing down to fake frkn news and licking butt. Please contact us if you would like real information on life in Cuba.
commented 2017-06-03 21:00:12 -0400
By the way Rebel Staff..Maybe think of getting the picture of this thing off your web site…I don’t know..maybe it’s just me… that fackin stupid look on that thing is just to unbearable even for me.. mulcair wants to forgive that thing.
commented 2017-06-03 20:42:29 -0400
John Annesley…Yes Brother..that’s how their twisted brains work..I said it in another post..I’m not the first to say it….the current liberalism is a mental illness..
commented 2017-06-03 18:21:29 -0400
Fundamentally, the progressive world view is that anyone who commits a murder, or assists in one, cannot be truly responsible for their actions. They are, you see, a “victim” of an “unfair” economic system, the absence of “social justice”, perhaps induced to commit their crimes by the “climate crisis”. This kind of “thinking” explains why the left has never been horrified by mass murderers like Che Guevera, Stalin, Mao, Castro, etc. Searching for logic and common sense among progressives is a waste of time. As the article suggests, if there is to be forgiveness, it is the families of those murdered who are entitled to offer it.
commented 2017-06-03 12:31:38 -0400
Dan said..
“and another good reason to bring back capital punishment – which would also cover treason!”
I sincerely believe that is why the government took out the strongest punishment that the country could administer..
When they did that the act of treason no longer existed and they were free to exploit and plunder at will with no fear of repercussions.!!
commented 2017-06-03 09:50:30 -0400
Absolutely correct SGR, and well told!
I would only add that Olsen, Bernardo and Holmolka were the perfect candidates for a short trip with a taxpayer funded noose and another good reason to bring back capital punishment – which would also cover treason!
commented 2017-06-03 09:44:20 -0400
This bitch and her husband should have been brought out behind the barn and shot. Their bodies buried under the manure pile.

’nuff said!
commented 2017-06-03 08:27:52 -0400
Paul Bernardo & Karla Homolka filmed their depravity, and there was other evidence to convict them; lethal injection would have been a good outcome for these two. No wrongful conviction argument for these serial killers. Actually, it was wrongful prosecution in Karla’s case, she wasn’t held accountable for her sister’s murder & her role in the murders of Leslie French & Kristin Mohaffey was downplayed; the Crown believed psych reports submitted by the defense. It was a botched investigation and Homolka was the influence when it comes to murder. Bernardo was a sick serial rapist; no murders until Homolka entered the picture.
commented 2017-06-03 06:33:09 -0400
Never mind talk of letting the other one go… they should have both been executed
Where is the justice for their families.?? Their loved ones are gone/stolen from them as well as their future forever and these animals get to go on living. life behind bars ain’t that bad and Karla’s on the street living it up… Even raising a family now.
We have been brainwashed into believing that the death penalty is too harsh a measure for confirmed killer’s but in this case it’s serial killer’s (plural) committing multiple murders and multiple rapes. We have lost our moral compass and if it’s not lost it’s broken.
commented 2017-06-03 05:52:18 -0400
If it is time to forgive and forget Karla why would it not be time to forgive and forget Paul as well? Pussy pass double standard writ large.
commented 2017-06-03 02:26:55 -0400
Got to love all these hug a thugs.
commented 2017-06-03 00:56:15 -0400
Karla must be an NDP donation supporter. Perhaps Thomas Mulcair is going to groom her for the NDP leadership. When Thomas was told that Karla was a Killer in her community, Thomas hadn’t cut some of the hair in his ears for a while and he thought they said that Karla was a Pillar in her community.
commented 2017-06-02 23:37:31 -0400
Well there’s one “positive” to all this… Every now and then it is good to see a dingbat politician drop his carefully studied visage and let the real personality slip out… Thank You for that Thomas Mulcair for this moment of insight…