A six-minute segment of this attack appeared on YouTube yesterday.
(Here is the full segment of the show on Vimeo.)
The reportage is stunning: A pure whitewash of the culprits.
Ironically, the crew that was attacked had gone there to create pro-migrant propaganda.
Was the segment written in order to maintain the "Nothing to do with Islam or mass-Muslim immigration" narrative?
Here are other recent examples the state media warping foisting the "correct" opinion on the public.
Contrast how Germany's equivalent of the CBC covered events at the Greek Macedonian border on February 29th with what actually occurred:
Now we start to get a clearer picture.
Then we have Europe News showing how wonderful, warm and welcoming the people of the spilt Muslim-Christian nation, Central African Republic, were to the Pope on his visit in November 2015. But is that really what happened?
And these are just a few examples.
Eventually it does begin to look a little like official policy.
As seen on The Rebel before, Stephen Coughlin's explanation of UN resolution 16/18 and the Obama policy of "Countering Violent Extremism" explains this phenomenon well.
Last week, two soldiers were attacked by a knife-weilding Muslim at a recruitment center in Toronto, while shouting something about the Muslim god, Allah?
He must be crazy. At least that's the narrative the Toronto Star is pushing. No questions as to why Christians, Buddhists, Jews, Atheists and so forth don't go into recruitment centers (this has happened at least 3 times now in the past ten years) and start attacking the soldiers. So far at least, it's all Muslims. The motive? They must be mad. Can't be anything else.
Someone managed to take a short chunk of the 60 Minute adventure in Sweden and make a pithy reduction of it.
I think there is more merit in that than the original.