December 21, 2017

VIDEOS: Several critically injured in Australia after driver rams SUV into pedestrians

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

With nearly two dozen injured, four critically, two men are under arrest for a car ramming that took place today in Australia.

Victoria Police Tweet

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commented 2017-12-22 20:08:17 -0500
The rush to proclaim mental illness/drug addiction as the cause, and accompanying hurry to also proclaim that it has nothing to do with Islam/terrorism/jihad, that the press, police, and politicians – three of the 5P’s – propel themselves on after each and every attack perpetrated by a Muslim, has gone way beyond any realm of credibility.
The only question remaining for anyone not in a coma should be: Well, then, does Islam attract those subject to mental health issues, or does it cause the mental health issues?
Personally, I think of it like a Chinese restaurant menu – some from column A, some from column B.
commented 2017-12-22 14:06:27 -0500
Strange? No mention of the drivers name! This would have made every thing clear.
commented 2017-12-22 09:01:09 -0500
It will only get worse.

Coming to your neighborhood soon enough.

Compliments of the government the voters placed in to power in Ottawa.
commented 2017-12-22 02:12:19 -0500
Yeah must be a huge coincidence. Like when the sun goes down at night.
commented 2017-12-21 16:54:41 -0500
Why is this on the news????
commented 2017-12-21 15:51:59 -0500
And here at home:

A Montreal couple accused of attempting to join ISIS in 2015 was acquitted by a jury Tuesday, even though the boyfriend was found guilty of possessing an explosive.

The Canadian cuckoldry continues.

El Mahdi Jamali, 20, and Sabrine Djermane, 21, were both facing charges of attempting to leave Canada to commit a terrorist act, possession of an explosive substance, and committing an act under the direction of, or for the profit of, a terrorist organization, CBC News reports.

The girlfriend, Djermane, was found not guilty of all crimes; however, her boyfriend Jamali was found guilty of possessing an explosive without a lawful excuse.

Jamali would have faced a 14-year maximum sentence on the original charges, and a maximum of five years in prison for the crime he is guilty of, however, Quebec Superior Court Justice Marc David released the couple after the verdict.

According to CBC News, “Given his time served, David told Jamali later in the day his sentence was already purged.”

“At the end of the day, aside from the guilt of Mr. Jamali on a reduced charge, Sabrine Djermane and El Mahdi Jamali are not terrorists,” claimed Djermane’s lawyer, Charles Benmouyal.

Even though the couple was acquitted, they still face a long list of conditions that stem from a peace bond.

They are prohibited from using social media, attending Montreal’s Assahaba mosque, and must check in weekly with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

“If we asked for these conditions, and maintain the [peace bonds], it’s because there are still reasonable grounds to believe in the possibility of offenses,” said the prosecutor of the case, Lyne Décarie.

According to Décarie, the court will reconvene on January 16 to decide whether to impose the peace bond conditions for a fixed period.

“We’ll study the judge’s instructions to the jury,” she said.

During the trial, the couple’s defense claimed that the couple’s planned trip to Greece, which was set to happen two weeks after their arrest in the Spring of 2015, was a vacation.

While pointing to evidence such as a recipe for a pressure cooker bomb that was found in the couple’s condo, Décarie argued that the couple were planning on traveling to Syria. RCMP officers also discovered a pressure cooker and a dollar-store bag full of ingredients required for that recipe.

The couple’s lawyers did not mount a defense when hearing of this evidence; instead, they chose to convince the jury that there was no firm evidence the couple supported ISIS.

“The jury understood that reading La Presse or Radio-Canada articles about the Islamic State is not a crime,” said Tiago Murias. “The jury understood that there is a difference between informing yourself, being curious, and going beyond that.”

Featured Image Via YouTube

Sources: CBC News
commented 2017-12-21 15:28:17 -0500
It speaks of an obvious need for tougher vehicle laws. When is the western world going to crack down on these maniacs with cars running amok? It is high time we woke up. More background checks and car store regulations are in order.
commented 2017-12-21 14:33:04 -0500
This is what happens when you worship the devil. You become demonic and void of humanity.

Look at the middle picture of that Muslim walking away smiling!
commented 2017-12-21 13:51:10 -0500
The ‘mental health issue’ narrative also shows that you’ve to have mental health issues to follow islam as no normal person with a functional brain would follow islam.
commented 2017-12-21 13:40:23 -0500
Great work by Victoria Police. Within minutes of his arrest they came to know about his psychiatric history & drug use, no connection with islamic jihad or even islam. Just another confused western youth (just coincidentally a mohammedan) who felt alienated from the society. It was his way to get acquainted & integrate with Australian society.
Or it could be that Victoria police is as useless & dimwit as other police agencies in the western world and they are just repeating what they’ve been told by their libtard globalists masters.
commented 2017-12-21 13:18:05 -0500
Just another case of guys in uniforms on skates carrying sticks and hitting a little black disc at some kind of net BUT IT ISNT A HOCKEY GAME. .
commented 2017-12-21 12:06:39 -0500
An Afgan with a mental issue! No terrorism in Melbourne.
Between PM Malcolm Turnbull and PM Trudeau, their Countries are terrorism free, just a lot of Mental problems, especially in Government.
commented 2017-12-21 10:37:30 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 34,521 Attacks, 224,397 Killed, 303,775 Injured that we know of.
commented 2017-12-21 10:35:22 -0500
Good thing it wasn’t terrorist related. Mental health and drug addiction issues.
The fact that he was originally from Afghanistan, follows Islam, and committed a typical jihadist terrorist act (driving through people) is irrelevant…you, you….BIGOTS!
commented 2017-12-21 09:45:19 -0500