Muslim Convert Who Shot Dead Canadian Soldier Has ‘Links to Syrian Terrorist’

Lydia Warren and James Nye, Dail Mail, October 23, 2014

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the Muslim convert who fatally shot Corporal Nathan Cirillo–a 24-year-old father standing guard at Ottawa’s War Memorial–and injured another officer, was a petty criminal and the son of a leading Canadian immigration official.

Born in Quebec as Michael Joseph Hall and raised in Laval, just north of Montreal, the young man lived a quiet childhood of private schools and suburban homes, with a mother who was a high ranking federal employee.

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau

Then, after years of run-ins with the law, he converted to Islam.

A criminal court database shows 13 identified Quebec court records dating back to June 2001 in Montreal involving Zehaf-Bibeau.

According to documents his full name is Michael, Joseph, Paul, Abdallah Bulgasem Zehaf Bibeau.

He was charged in February 2004 for possession of marijuana and possession of PCP. He pleaded guilty to both charges in December 2004, serving one day in prison for marijuana possession and 60 days for PCP possession.

He also spent a day in jail in March 2004 for a parole violation and was again convicted of marijuana possession in 2009.

In another case, he received a six-month sentence in 2003 and three years’ probation on a weapons charge, according to the Herald News.

There was also a prior conviction for assault causing bodily harm in 2001 for which he received a suspended sentence and a fine.

His longest sentence was for robbery, possession of break-in tools, theft and conspiracy with a co-accused in 2003, for which he was sentenced to two years in jail and three years probation.

It is uncertain how much of that sentence he ultimately ended up serving.

In 2011, he was again charged with robbery, this time in Vancouver, but served only one day in prison after he pleaded guilty to the lesser offense of uttering threats, and was credited with 66 days in pre-trial custody.

Records show that in the 2011 case, he underwent a psychiatric assessment prior to his conviction and was found fit to stand trial.

One of his friends, David Bathurst, a fellow convert, said he met him at at the Masjid al-Salaam mosque in Burnaby, British Columbia about three years ago.

Bathurst even got Zehaf-Bibeau a job at his family’s business, Bathurst Irrigation.

He said the young man lived in a small and unfurnished apartment, and that while he did not ‘at first appear to have extremist views or inclinations toward violence’ he ‘at times exhibited a disturbing side.’

‘We were having a conversation in a kitchen, and I don’t know how he worded it: He said the devil is after him,’ Bathurst said.

‘I think he must have been mentally ill.’

He cited one time Bibeau called police to the mosque to confess to a crime he had committed years before.

Bathurst said Bibeau wanted to travel to the Middle East, and he urged him to make sure it was just studying on his mind.

He says Zehaf-Bibeau told him he was ‘only going abroad with the intent of learning about Islam and to study Arabic.’

He was never able to go though, and sources told The Globe and Mail ‘he had not been able to secure a valid travel document from federal officials, who have been taking measures to prevent Canadians from joining extremists overseas.’

It’s understood that he traveled to the U.S on four occasions–most recently in 2013. Officials there are trying to trace who he met while in the country. It’s not known at this time if he made contact with any extremists, according to CNN.

Bathurst says that after friction with the elders at the house of worship, Zehaf-Bibeau was eventually asked to stop attending prayers at the mosque.

Bathurst also brought up that Zehaf-Bibeau knew Hasibullah Yusufzai, a British Columbia man, charged under an anti-terrorism law for allegedly leaving Canada to join Islamist fighters in Syria.

He remains at large.

Zehaf-Bibeau’s mother, Susan Bibeau, still lives in Montreal and works as a a federal public servant for the Immigrant & Refugee board.

She is listed as Deputy Chairperson, Immigration Division.

Susan Bibeau

Susan Bibeau

According to the site, she joined IRB in 1990 as a refugee protection officer, working her way up over her 24-year career.

She holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the Université de Montréal, a Master of Business Administration from Concordia University, and a graduate certificate in business administration from the Public Administration University.

Zehaf- Bibeau’s father is a Libyan businessman named Bulgasem Zehaf who once owned a local restaurant, Cafe Tripoli.

He divorced Susan Bibeau in 1999, and there are reports that he fought in Libya in 2011.

The Washington Times quoted a fighter named Belgasem Zahef in a dispatch from anti-Gaddafi rebels in 2011.

Describing himself as from Montreal but a Zawiyah native he said he witnessed torture when held in a regime prison.

In a statement on Thursday Ms Bibeau revealed she was reunited with her terrorist son last week when they met for lunch. She said they had been estranged for five years prior to that meeting.

Releasing the statement on behalf of herself and her ex-husband, she said the couple were ‘mad at their son’ and were crying for the victims.

‘No words can express the sadness we are feeling at this time. We are so sad that a man lost his life. He has lost everything and he leaves behind a family that must feel nothing but pain and sorrow. We send our deepest condolences to them although words seem pretty useless.

‘We are both crying for them. We also wish to apologize for all the pain, fright and chaos he created. We have no explanation to offer. I am mad at our son, I don’t understand and part of me wants to hate him at this time.

‘You write that our son was vulnerable, we don’t know, we (he) was lost and did not fit in. I his mother spoke with him last week over lunch, I had not seen him for over five years before that. So I have very little insight to offer. Once again we are so sorry.’

Sources describe Zehaf-Bibeau as ‘a man who had had a religious awakening and seemed to have become mentally unstable.’

That was not always the case though it seems.

Janice Parnell, a former neighbor of the family, said Zehaf-Bibeau was a typical teen, though one who led a very privileged life.

She said he went to a ‘private school’ and lived in a ‘nice home in a nice neighborhood,’ and that the only problem she ever had with Bibeau was that he ‘played loud music.’

She also said he seemed to be an only child.

That is a far cry from the Bibeau’s last known address in Vancouver, which, according to the Ottawa Citizen, was The Beacon, a Salvation Army rooming house.

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper addressed his nation on Wednesday evening from an undisclosed location, condemning this horrific act which he labeled a terrorist attack.

He also told his people that ‘Canada will never be intimidated.’

On Thursday morning, he joined his wife Laureen in laying flowers at the scene of the fatal shooting.

Queen Elizabeth also paid her respects to the Canadian people and expressed her sadness.

‘Prince Philip and I were shocked and saddened by the events in Ottawa. Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected,’ she said.

President Obama also spoke about what he called the ‘tragic’ situation in Canada, saying ‘we have to remain vigilant when it comes to dealing with these kinds of acts of senseless violence or terrorism.’

He then added, ‘I pledged, as always, to make sure that our national security teams are coordinating very closely, given not only is Canada one of our closest allies in the world but they’re our neighbors and our friends, and obviously there’s a lot of interaction between Canadians and the United States, where we have such a long border.’


The shooting spree began at 9.52am when witnesses reported seeing a gunman climb out of a car, grab a rifle, shoot the soldier in the abdomen and then turn towards Parliament.

Corporal Cirillo was rushed to hospital but later succumbed to his injuries.

Cirillo, a fitness fanatic and animal lover with a six-year-old son, was a reservist serving with the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in Hamilton.

‘Nathan was a good man,’ friend Marie Michele told CBC News. ‘He would give anything to anyone.’

Eye-witness Tony Zobl, 35, told The Canadian Press: ‘I looked out the window and saw a shooter–a man dressed all in black with a kerchief over his nose and mouth and something over his head as well–holding a rifle and shooting an honour guard in front of the Cenotaph, point blank, twice.

‘It looked like the honour guard was trying to reach for the barrel of the gun. The honour guard dropped to the ground and the shooter kind of raised his arms in triumph holding the rifle.’

An eye-witness told The Ottawa Citizen that he’d seen a man armed with a double-barreled shotgun wearing a scarf ‘hijack a car’.

He added: ‘It was pretty intense.’

Ottawa police received a call at 9.54am that shots had been heard inside the Parliament, while journalists cowering inside said they heard dozens of rounds and could smell gunpowder in the halls.

At least one staff member, Constable Samerarn Son was shot in the leg. He is expected to recover fully from his injuries.

A shootout unfolded and Zehaf-Bibeau was killed by Sergeant-At-Arms Kevin Vickers, who worked for the RCMP for 29 years before joining the Parliament in 2006.

‘I am safe & profoundly grateful to Sgt at Arms Kevin Vickers & our security forces for selfless act of keeping us safe,’ said Julian Fantino, Canada’s Minister of Veterans Affairs, on Twitter.

The Sergeant-at-Arms is responsible for safeguarding the authority of the House of Commons and providing safety and security of the Parliament buildings and the people inside.

As gunfire erupted in the hallways, journalists and politicians scrambled for safety, while members in the Conservative Party caucus room blocked the door with a stack of chairs.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper was immediately evacuated from Parliament and taken to an undisclosed location.

He had been scheduled to give Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai, co-winner of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, her Canadian citizenship in Toronto, but that trip was cancelled.

The teenage activist took to Twitter after the incident, writing, ‘I extend my thoughts and prayers to the Canadian people during this difficult time.’

Scott Walsh, who was working on Parliament Hill, told CBC that he saw a man running with a shotgun, wearing a scarf and blue jeans.

He said that the man jumped over a fence around Parliament Hill and forced someone out of their car, then drove to the front doors of the Parliament building and fired at least twice.

Reporter Jordan Press added that the car–a Toyota Corolla–was parked in front of the building with its engine still running.

A video shot by a Globe and Mail reporter showed RCMP officers moving through Parliament’s main hall toward the Parliamentary library, as the hallway echoed with gunfire.

Other reporters inside the building described the panic in the hallways.

‘Dozens of shots in parliament,’ Josh Wingrove, a reporter for the Globe and Mail, tweeted just before 10am. ‘I see a body on the ground outside the library of parliament.

Speaking to CNN, Wingrove said it appeared Zehaf-Bibeau entered the front entrance that has ‘many armed guards’ but no metal detector’.

‘If you flash your valid pass, they allow you to go in,’ he said. ‘This appears to be the entry point [of the gunman] based on witness accounts.’

The RMP advised people in downtown Ottawa to stay away from windows and off roofs as they responded to the incident. The University of Ottawa was also briefly placed on lockdown.


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  • Jihadist father + White left wing ideological cultist mother =

    Michael Zehaf-Bibeau.

    Considering who else we know had a questionable father from the African continent and a white left wing ideological cultist mother, Mohammed al-Terroristiqua here should have waited around for Canada’s pathologically altruistic pandering class to put him on the Hope and Change track. He could have done a lot more damage that way, for as they say, the pen and phone are mightier than the sword.

    One more thing: We now know that the Canadian government had him on their radar, and they prevented him from traveling to Syria to join ISIS. Turns out they should have let him go. Let that be a lesson to us all: When people who are not of us and hate us want to remove themselves from our presence, get out of their way and let them leave.

    • Oil Can Harry

      Correct. Muslims in the West should be allowed to fight for ISIS providing they be stripped of their citizenship once they leave.

      • jayvbellis

        Nah. Feed them to the Sharks off the coast of Somalia.

        Read up on what French counter terrorists Paras did to these types in the Battle of Algiers.

        • propagandaoftruth

          Then, after years of run-ins with the law, he converted to Islam.

          Stupid, evil, loser, violent…


          Watch “Intimate Enemies” on Netflix. Very good film on the Algeria thing.

          • Winston_Jack

            Intimate Enemies is an excellent and rather underrated movie. Along with showing the viewer a good action war flick about the French war in Algeria, it also does a remarkable job of portraying the deadly consequences of White out-group altruism.

          • propagandaoftruth

            The wages of treachery are death. Exactly. I love that film. Dougnac is awesome!

          • M.

            Thinking about rewatching it some of these days.

          • propagandaoftruth

            It’s one of those movies I like the more I rewatch. First, I love to watch good flicks with people whose taste I respect, so I’ll use that as an excuse. But it really grows on you with rewatchings.
            Sign of quality, obviously.

            As much as it is a cautionary tale about involvement in Islamic affairs and naïve self rejection, it has a couple of very likeable Algerians.

            I don’t mean to get all cumbayah, but there ARE a few little Sayeeds and big Qurums, who may have a little more euro genetics or whatever…

            Who are not the problem regarding Muslims. The problem in the big pic, is how does one recognize a Sayeed or Qurum amongst the sea of Muslim immigrants? Sayeed had a military service record and a scar that required 74 stitches to prove his loyalty. Qurum has his record and a strangely…motherly sort of demeanor regarding his comrades.

            Yeah. Worth a rewatching definitely.

          • M.

            I don’t think that type of character is that interested in Islam, or religion in general.

            I spent a few years working in Algeria. Contrary to America, the young people tend to be more religious than the old ones. Specifically the ones old enough to live during the French Algeria.

            Keep in mind that, contrary to its other colonies, the French physically colonized Algeria the same way the English colonized America and Australia. Meaning there were hundreds of thousands of French people living there, and born there. So the country was basically a part of France. And the indigenous Algerians at the time were brought up as Frenchmen, which is why they’re highly secularized.

            After the Independence came what they call the Islamic Revival. As they wanted to break from the colonizer’s culture, they arabized everything and promoted religiosity, sponsored by the Saudis. Which is how the country progressively turned into just another Muslim country. But the older generations are still usually more secular and more civilized than the younger Allah-snackbar ones.

            I knew there a man in his late sixties, lived and studied with the French in his childhood. He still knows little Arabic, as he spoke Berber in his house and French outside. I heard him criticizing their main Islamist party there that wanted to bring back father/brother approval for a girl to marry, as a legislation (it didn’t pass the Parliament if I remember correctly). Anyway, when I saw him against that, I asked him, “But isn’t that in accordance with your customs and religion?” He said, “My daughter is going to be a cardiologist in a few years. Are you meaning to tell me that if I were to pass away, it should be up to her kid brother to have the final word on whether she can drive, travel, or who/if to marry?” Whereas the younger generations tended to be more enthusiastic about the idea.

            As for their genetics, most of them do have European ancestry, especially in the north. I still wouldn’t want them in any considerable numbers in Europe or America, even if they were all saints. But yes, they do have decent smart people. Certainly in a higher percentage than blacks.

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        • M.

          The French tortures during the Battle of Algiers were kind of justified given the consequences, as they most definitely prevented other terrorist attacks.

          However, the Algerian terrorist operations were more in the spirit of “kicking out a colonizer” than fighting for Islam.

          The Battle of Algiers is a good movie about the guerilla warfare of the same name that took place during the Algerian War.

          • propagandaoftruth

            The French…really got into the torture thing. I’m not condemning, but if one has to “go there”, it had better be for a damned good reason and…should be used sparingly.

            It seems the whole thing sort of spiraled out of control and in retrospect was especially futile considering how both Indochina and Algeria turned out.

            In the end it debased the French, brought them closer to their enemies morally, and failed. Another theme of the movie.

          • jayvbellis

            Oh do shut up with this anti White “they were evil colonialists” BS.

            Algeria was part of the nation of France, not a colony. Algeria was French for over 120 years! White Europeans were the majority population in Algerian Med cities up through the 1950s. Poor Arab Muslims from the mountains were moving, flooding in to French Algerian cities looking for work, or just looking for excitement, a better life, same as Mexicans, Central American illegal aliens are now doing to the Southwest USA, Long Island New York.

            When mobs of non Whites start stealing, rioting, killing our people, taking over they always yell “we’re liberating our proud people from colonialism” when these same non White mobs here in the USA try to do the same to you, take your school, neighborhood, house, your daughter – they’ll call you similar names, say it was “internal colonialism”. Ain’t nothing fair about this, that’s just the way it is and the way it has always been. Another reason French in Algeria went with Germany in a World a War II instead of the mostly dumb a$&

          • M.

            1. I clearly put “kicking out a colonizer” between quotes, meaning I’m saying this from the fighters’ perspective;

            2. if you read the first part of my comment, you’d see I’m clearly on the French’s side.

            You’re preaching to choir here.

            Next time, bother to read carefully before delving into unnecessary rants.

        • Ron Cheaters

          I have to laugh at that because the french in this country have ordered the military not to wear their uniforms in public.. Oh that is sickening, and typical of the french, that’s how Hitler walked through the streets of Paris without a bulletproof vest.

          Rather everyone who ever served in the armed forces (even the 90 year olds) should dig out their uniforms and don them proudly to drive out these muslim critters and make astatement that says, this is our country.. and we’re taking it back NOW!

          But as a Canadian, I say, and wonder why we weren’t hit sooner? And since there is no doubt that the whole of Canada is run through one province to appease them…

          We will fail. We can only look to the United States to support us.
          May I be struck by lightening if I speak false.

  • disqus_Xz3UA6obwj

    I don’t think any Japanese Americans acted out like this during WWII yet we interred them. I wonder how many more beheadings like the one in OK or shootings like Fort Hood we will suffer before we inter the muslims until their holy war against civilization is over?

    • IstvanIN

      We didn’t give the Japanese much of a chance after Pear Harbor, unlike the muslims after 9-11.

      • SentryattheGate

        It is rarely mentioned that German-Americans and Italian-Americans were put into internment camps also. It doesn’t fit the PC narrative that whites only give non-whites a hard time.

        • IstvanIN

          I have noted that German and Italian Americans on the East Coast were interred and, unlike the Japanese, never compensated.

        • jayvbellis

          Yes. This was true.

          Also, Germans and anti Communist allies of Germany were put in a Concentration camps, gulag slave labor camps by the Soviets.

          How many German soldiers surrendered after the defeat at Stalingrad? How many if these POWs made it back alive to Germany? Just do the math and understand that the Good guys vs evil Nazi bad guys myths of World War II are about as accurate as the Propaganda that got the USA to fight two expensive and counter productive wars against the secular Baathist regime of Saddam Hussein under George Bush Sr. And George Bush Jr.

          And also understand that the average White Amurikun guy will accept pretty much any propaganda fairy tale to support pointless or counterproductive US wars promote by certain elements of the Tribe.

          Hell, a large percentage of White Americans believe that the Old Testament story in Exodus about God – Jehovah parting the Red Sea is also, fair and honest history.

          So how come the fleeing Israelite Jews didn’t have any problems with mud?

          • SentryattheGate

            I believe that increasingly more Americans are wising up to the waste of our money, and our well-meaning but abused young soldiers, in these counter-productive wars. After all, Ron Paul got 75% or so of all active-duty military $$ campaign contributions during his run for President, and was top-runner in the first 3 state primaries, but had the news & victories suppressed by Republicans (really NeoCons)!

          • jayvbellis

            Great another RonPaul cult follower posting on Amren.

            How did you feel about Rand Paul winning (losing) Amren’s White traitor of the year award?

            Why not go join Rand Paul, Al Shartpon and Eric Holder and the Black Panthers and try to help criminal Black mobs lynch an innocent White police officer, help the mobs riot, loot, maybe rape some White girls in and around St. Louis MO.

            Maybe you can get Rand Paul and Ron Paul access to lesbian Lib MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow’s show and they can agree with her/it that the problems Blacks are having in places like Ferguson MO are caused by institutional racism, the militarization of police – shocking pictures of Ferguson MO police in riot gear. (Might have something to do with Blacks rioting).

      • phillyguy

        Because it was an all out war, take no prisoners, kill every enemy soldier and civilian, exterminate the enemy into unconditional surrender..our problem is we didn’t do that since World War 2 and now we pay the consequences.

        • IstvanIN

          All out war? We don’t even defend our borders. We don’t even demand to see the “president’s” birth certificate

      • propagandaoftruth

        Our victory in the Pacific was miraculous. Thank God we broke their code, but even so – if they’d concentrated their fleet at Midway instead of sending half to the Aleutians…

    • winn sutanto

      I am an East Asian but become naturalized US citizen, so I will comment on your post in the most objective way.
      The Japanese and Japanese-Americans in Hawaii and West Coast, at that time, were potential traitors and fifth-columnists(some of them, not all of them).
      The only reasons they did not become full blown traitors was because the US government was very vigilant and would take no crap from anybody.
      At the same time, lots and lots of young NISSEI (second generation American born Japanese-American) men fought very bravely on European theater against the Nazi.
      And 442nd infantry unit consists entirely of Japanese Americans are the most highly decorated military unit during world war 2.
      Please read “THE DEFENSE OF INTERNMENT” by Michelle Malkin.
      She wrote very convincingly on why internment of Japanese-American during world war two was completely justified

      • LaughsAtHumans

        Canada, at least, also interred GERMANS, including German Jews (though those were usually kept far apart from other Germans; I saw an interview on this where a couple of German Jewish guys told about how they got mixed up and sent to the wrong camp … fortunately, the commander caught the mistake, and was able to isolate them until they could be moved.)

        Yeah, if someone was a recent immigrant from Germany, theyd be locked up; the second or third generation Germans of, say, Kitchener (who changed the name of their city from Berlin in WW1 to demonstrate where their loyalty lay) would have been left alone.

        I remember David Suzuki talking about his parents being interred; they didnèt seem to have been butthurt over it, and understood. But then, I read one of his books, and he had absolutely NOTHING nice to say about Japan in it (it was about whales and the over-exploitation of ocean life in general, something he really raked Japan over the coals about – even after pointing out how such an island culture would be so dependent on the ocean.) And of course, he came out recently to complain about mass immigration, and how it absolutely flies in the face of true environmentalism (ie, hes not as big a lib as some make him out to be, and seems to agree that the only hope Nature has is for Man to cool it with the breeding.)

      • jayvbellis

        Yeah, OK. So these Japaenese Americans fought so well killing our Kinsmen the Germans. America has never had any problems finding immigrant troops to slaughter other White people.

        Irish immigrants in New York City once refused to do this in the draft riots.

    • winn sutanto

      Regarding this Canadian terrorist and any other Islamic terrorists.
      This is hardly a new development.
      Islamic terrorism had started 1400 years ago, beginning from the time of the Prophet Mohammad. Mohammad himself supervised the beheading of 600 male members of Jewish tribe Banu Quraiza.
      Beheading and other ways of subjugating non-believers in Islam are the central core of the teaching of Islam as it was written in the Holy Quran, Hadith, and Sira of the prophet Mohammad.
      The Sunnah of the Prophet Mohammad are full with the writing on how to fight your non-believing infidels (kuffar).
      Lord Jesus says LOVE your enemies. Prophet Mohammad said SLAUGHTER your enemies.
      So which one we should follow???
      I choose Lord Jesus at any time.

      • Winston_Jack

        “Lord Jesus says LOVE your enemies. Prophet Mohammad said SLAUGHTER your enemies.”

        Thank God Charles The Hammer Martel, Pope Urban X, the sailors at Lepanto, and the defenders at the gates of Vienna (1688) never got that memo!

        • SentryattheGate

          Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the children of one’s youth. Blessed is the man who fills his quiver with them! He shall not be put to shame when he speaks with his enemies in the gate (Psalm 127:3–5).

        • jayvbellis

          Pacifist White Christians facing all out Islamic war, immigration conquests – they are no better than pro Muslim multi cult Liberals in the British Labor a party who cover up mass Paki Muslim rapes of poor English girls.

      • propagandaoftruth

        I hate libtard Christianity, however. Islam’s best friend.

        • winn sutanto

          Could you clarify your comments?

          • LaughsAtHumans

            In some ways, even conservative Christianity is Islam`s friend – that crowd in Westboro would make GREAT Muslims.

            My ex claimed to be a `born again Christian`, and would fit right in with the mosque crowd, except he doesn`t like Arabs and Pakis.

            Remember Jerry Falwell when 911 happened? He blamed everyone BUT Muslims, because he just couldn’t condemn religious people who basically thought so much like his own self. 😛 So, he decided to gang up against everyone who wasn’t religious (even though some of those categories can and do include people who are socially conservative in other ways (ie, I understand evolution, and know it didn’t stop in humans, just because we became naked apes with an overblown ego. Of course humans have races, any species without races is a dead-end one.)

      • jayvbellis

        These are not the only two options.

        As Mighty Thor doesn’t ….. Turn the other cheek.

  • Steven Barr

    We keep hearing about how brutal Bashar-al-assad is. Has nobody ever thought that he might have to be this way as its the only way Arabs can be governed.

    • See also: Saddam Hussein

      • PesachPatriot

        See also Hosni Mubarak, King Hussein of Jordan and just about every arab ruler since the end of colonial rule….

    • jayvbellis

      Agreed. I predicted this outcome with 100% accuracy when I took out full paid adverts in the Nashville TN, Chatanooga TN Times against Bush Sr.’s first war against Saddam’s Iraq back in 1991. Bush Sr. Neo Con advisors were putting out lies that Saddam was Hitler and an American invasion would be welcomed by local Arabs as Liberation, and a Western style, pro American “democracy” would be the result.

      I knew better.

      Anarchy, then Islamic extremist mob rule, terrorism would be the end result.

      I was right.

      So was Pat Buchanan. Pat Buchanan has been pretty much right about everything since ~ 1990.

      • IstvanIN

        I am no war monger but lets be fair here, Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, a sovereign nation and somewhat important trading partner. G.W.H. Bush simply liberated Kuwait from Saddam and allowed the legitimate government in Kuwait to be reinstated. One of the few wars that we actually did the right thing in: liberated a fallen nation without trying to takeover the invading nation or change either nation’s form of government. It was clean, it was just and it was over.

        • Perhaps so, in the short term.

          But one thing you have to remember about the Bush family is that they are a competitive lot. If the Bush family business was nursing homes, George W. would have wanted to own two nursing homes in two towns because his father owned one in one town. However, the Bush family business is electoral politics and starting wars. Daddy won one term and half-invaded Iraq? Son therefore wants to win two terms and fully invade Iraq.

          Oh yeah, Jeb is running for President, and if he wins, we’ll be invading two countries at once.

          • MannyR

            That fool has no chance of being president.

        • propagandaoftruth

          Meh, it all went wrong in when the seminal American protolibtard messianic democratic totalitarian – Woodrow Wilson – got us involved in WW1.

          100 years ago today Europe was just getting started with its suicide.

          We should have let Germany win.

          I must have been a paleocon in a past life.

          • jayvbellis


            Woodrow Wilson was the worst race denying liberal true believer in uS history, worse than Jimmy Carter.

          • Although Wilson made a lot of overtly pro white racial statements, he sure didn’t govern that way.

        • jayvbellis

          “Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, a sovereign nation and somewhat important trading partner…”

          Oh do please shut up.

          Rwanda is supposedly a “sovereign nation” , lot of good it did for minority Tutsies.

          The United States of America is in theory a “sovereign nation” and illegal immigration is in theory…


          Lot of good these legal concept thought up by Puritan, dead White men are doing us now .

          • IstvanIN

            Thanks for the ignorant response. The fact remains is that Kuwait was and is a sovereign nation that Saddam Hussein had no business invading.

          • jayvbellis

            Kuwait. A small territory carved out of the Turkish Ottomon Empire by British Petrolium. The head is a filthy rich Emir of Kuwait, nobody like or respects.

            These types of states only last under full fledged colonialism.

          • IstvanIN

            Whether anyone likes the Emir or Kuwait is neither here nor there. Saddam had no business invading Kuwait.

          • jayvbellis

            We have been getting invaded by millions of diseased, destructive immigrant aliens for decades, why do you and so many other White Americans lose focus on our situation to become obsessed about some invasion in Kuwait?

            It’s basically the same situations as a husband that leaves his home unlocked, unguarded, allowing his wife and daughter to be gang raped by Blacks and Mexicans, choosing to spend his attention focusing on inter Arab Muslim sexual abuses issues in the ME.

        • jayvbellis

          Hey buddy, why not take a trip now to Kuwait and Iraq and loudly announce to the natives:

          “I am an Amurikun, who proudly supported the liberation of Kuwait and Iraq by the great Amurikun leaders George Bush Sr. And George Bush Jr.”

          Hey, The Tribe’s Neo Conservatives told us that this was another war for FREEDOM! Saddam was HITLER!

          Then Amren readers can read some obscure story about another Westerner being kidnapped and beheaded by Islamic extremists now running most of the places there. Most readers will shake their head and mutter how violent and unreasonable these Arbs, Mulsim are.

          But, one reader will enjoy a heartfelt smile…

          • IstvanIN

            When did I mention anything at all about liberating Iraq? I didn’t. I mentioned the war to liberate Kuwait. Period. The US went in, chased Saddam’s occupying army out and that was that. There was no liberating of Iraq or overthrow of Saddam. There was no trying to make either country a “democracy”. I am sorry you can not read but please do not put words in my mouth.

          • jayvbellis

            Ok, here are words from my mouth.

            You were wrong!

            The supporters of George Bush Sr and George Bush Jr were wrong – wrong about the Iraq wars, wrong about immigration, wrong about promoting Colin Powell, wrong about letting Blacks riot and murder in LOS Angeles, wrong about trying to silence Pat Buchanan, wrong about pushing NAFTA, wrong about not resisting the Tribe Neo Conservatives talking over most everything conservative.

            So just admit it, you made terrible mistakes.

            You were wrong.

            How about supporting those of us doing things right?

          • IstvanIN

            You find it very difficult to stay on topic I see.

      • SentryattheGate

        That’s why I voted for Buchanan in 2000, and continue to read his thoughts on many topics!

  • jayvbellis

    Pathetic. But, somewhat typical. Aimless teens in US and Canada go in for drugs, aimless wandering around, then jump on something foreign extremist. These types in the 19600s used to go for Maoism, various forms of third world Marxist revolutionary nonsense like the Sandinistas or the ANC. Now they go for extremist Islam, especially if there is some family connection to Islamic lands. leftist folk rock singer Cat Stevens morphed to Yusuf Islam. They hate their lives in the West, deem their low position in a Western country as being the fault of mean, racist, corrupt Western society.

    The contradiction we see between decadent drug using Western Leftists and intolerant, extremist Islam – they don’t see the contradiction. Radical Islam recruits alienated non Whites, White renegades in US, British, European prisons.

  • Greg Thomas

    Jesus…can you imagine the garbage she is allowing into Canada!

    • Bossman

      Canada is now allowing too many people from eastern lands into their country. These people are very alien to the Western world.

  • Luca

    Any Muslim or Muslim-wannabe who wants to go overseas and fight, should be allowed to go but never allowed back into Canada or the US again. Consider it a traitorous act of defection and revoke their citizenship.

  • IstvanIN

    This young man was not a Canadian in any real sense. He was a half-breed Arab. The only real Canadians are either Catholic Québécois or British Canadians who are Christian and loyal to the crown, (or possibly one of European desent who has completely assimilated into British-Canadian culture). Canada was founded with more diversity than it needed. Everyone else is an interloper.

    • Sick of it

      I dare say that the tribe’s representatives on the throne of England are also interlopers.

      • IstvanIN

        The Queen is not tribe.

        • Julius Caesar

          To be fair, he did say “the tribe’s representatives”. But you’re right. Being loyal to their causes isn’t much better though.

    • Ron Cheaters

      Qubecois don’t want allegiance to the queen. English do.. so we fight it out over things like postal boxes, and names of things like.. anything with Royal is british and has to be eliminated by Qubecois… its stupid, that’s how we behave and try to tolerate each other.

      • LaughsAtHumans

        The de-Anglicization of what used to be known as English Canada _started_ with Quebec, and that’s pretty much why they’re hated so much.

        PET was a product of the Quebecois leftist/Marxist crowd, and he HATED everything Anglo; I bet he felt right filthy every time he spoke English.

        In retrospect, it is kind of surprising that he was the one who imposed martial law in order to get rid of the FLQ – and it worked like a charm.

  • dd121

    Yet we continue to let Muslims infiltrate our society as if they’re just like us. Leftist ideology is evil and destructive.

    • Ron Cheaters

      heartbreaking really. no sarcasm. I know what dogs are like… imagine the kid…

  • Cecil Henry

    Is MOM still on the Immigration B0ard.

    Why the hell is she not taken off it. Where is the accountability of the long term consequences of this facilitated invasion and Genocide.???

    Fed up with those who enabled this being allowed to avoid prosecution and accountability.

    • Ron Cheaters

      She was hired under Chretin, ahem Chretien…
      So you would rather have Thomas Mucair or Trudeau???
      Why don’t you look at Trudeau’s secret fantasies of the muslim persuasion??
      There’s a big banquet coming up Dec 22.
      Maybe you can fall in love too.

  • Michael Whalen

    Mark Steyn nails it in his magnificent, frightening book, America Alone. Mind you, I am paraphrasing very heavily. He says that if you are a violent, primitive thug, Islam is the faith for you. You can keep on being a violent, primitive thug, only now, you are doing it for Allah, and with Allah’s blessing. You don’t have to do anything icky, you know, like helping with the church bazaar or being nice to gay people. I love it!

  • KenelmDigby

    These so-called ‘muslim converts’, who claim to have found their faith in jail always make me laugh.
    Of course, they are fighting for the imposition of sharia law in the west. Of course, if sharia was actually implemented in the west, they would, at the very least, have had their hands amputated for their crimes.
    These are the type of people the Muslims proselytize amongst – the character of the people they want to fight for their faith.

    • Ron Cheaters

      It’s funny because its true.. how long did Baboo think he would last in ISIS with a $100/day smack habit???
      A: It was a suicide bomb.. only he failed to have one… if only he went into the HofC with a bomb… would have been something..
      But this is Canada, we have to try to be cool.
      Hahaha we suck at being cool!

  • archer

    Another instance where draconian anti-gun laws fail, they don’t work with career criminals.

  • kjh64

    Well, at least the Canadian prime minister calls it a TERRORIST ACT unlike Barack Obama who will call it things like “workplace violence” etc.

  • Cid Campeador

    Both the US and Canada need a strong leader who will begin the deportation back to the homeland of all Muslims residing in both countries.

  • LaughsAtHumans

    I’m not about to watch an hour an three quarters of talking heads at the moment, but I know where Rushton is coming from. And I’m not going to say he’s wrong – but I would like to point out that Sukuzi argues about culture, whereas Rushton’s thing is genetics.

    As far as internment goes, well, ethnicity is usually tied to culture. If someone wants to assimilate to a new culture, and encourages their kids to assimilate, that’s not a problem when immigration/minorities exist below a certain thresh-hold in a population.

    Yes, while I think genetic drift between races has everything to do with differences in culture and religious views, yes, it is possible for a FEW isolated minorities who are encouraged to assimilate, can learn to function within even a totally alien culture .. but mass immigration has too much in the way of numbers, plus Neothink policies that encourage people to “preserve” their culture in the country they emigrated to, there’s the real problem.

    And NOT being “colour-blind” when it comes to environmental policies is bad news – that means a sort of two-tiered system of who can get away with what (ie, both Innu and White Newfies both eat seal flipper pie, and they both sell baby seal skins to Asia – there’s no reason that one is wrong and the other is right just because of ethno-culture. And if it’s wrong for Europeans to hunt whales for whatever reason, then the Japanese are wrong too.)

    While I’m probabaly more of a “culturalist” than a “racist”, keep in mind I do keep in mind the value of preserving recessive genes through (voluntary) selective breeding.

    In other words, I don’t mind seeing ASSIMILATED Asians or Africans, but I wouldn’t want my kids to breed with them, and neither would I. And I certainly wouldn’t want to see more of them than, say, uh, “my kind”; I would want to reserve the right to have a place I might be welcomed in where people look and more or less look like me, and share the same basic values. But wouldn’t we all like that, in the end? And no, I wouldn’t miss seeing “ethnic” faces, or funny script in such a place, if I felt comfortable there enough.

    • Ron Cheaters

      I know what you’re saying, there’s a point I was trying to make.. but I’ll have to get back to you on that.. (trust me I will).

    • Ron Cheaters

      My point was that Dr Suzuki is against us. If you can refute that, then do so. Otherwise.. here’s some truth.