Islamic apologism and the persecution of dissenters

Where tolerance meets intolerance in Toronto

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Earlier today, a 25 year old identified as Alek Minassian plowed a car into pedestrians in Toronto, killing 10.

At this stage, no motive has been concretely established. However, given ISIS has a pattern of inciting these attacks on civilians, and the local cucked mayor used these deaths as a segue to promote Canadian ‘inclusivity,’ this appears another instance of Islamic terror.

Should this likely circumstance factually prevail we can remember one thing from Toronto: that the tolerance of intolerance leads to disastrous consequences, and the collapse of intolerance itself.

Consider: Just last year Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave a multi million payout to a confessed Islamic terrorist, who killed American Sgt. Christopher Speer. Canada is also a nation that bends over backwards to ethnic minorities, as while it allows immigration from all across the globe, Trudeau in fact began encouraging illegal immigration into his country following President Trump’s alleged ‘Muslim ban.’

And yet Canada has fallen victim to another brutal terrorist act, regardless of niceties.

Here, an understanding of Islam would aid in explaining why a Muslim terrorist would seek to maim, kill or in the words of Surah 8:12: “Cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieved.”

However, we shouldn’t lose sight of the overarching issue with behaving tolerant towards groups that have no intention of reciprocity.

As put by Frank Herbert; “When I am weaker than you, I ask you for freedom because that is according to your principles; when I am stronger than you, I take away your freedom because that is according to my principles.”

4 thoughts on “Where tolerance meets intolerance in Toronto

  1. He was a member of the Incel group, men who don’t have sex, but believe they are owed sex from women. Same as Elliot Rodger who in 2014 killed six students and injured 14 others in Isla Vista, California.

    As to the other one paid by the government, he is a Canadian citizen, at the time 14 years old. The Canadian government under PM Harper did not make any requests to have him charged, he never was, and brought to Canada for a judge and jury to decide. Unlike the United States we do have a constitution that must be adhered to in order to keep a democracy functioning.

    Get your facts in order before writing and spreading false information.

  2. Well I thought this was initially an ISIS attack but it turns out the driver went to a special needs school and hated women for turning down his advances. But your right about Trudeau – a terrible pc liberal who embraces everything connected with migration.

    1. And where did ‘First Nations’ people first hail from. Did they spring out of the ground? We are all migrants to the extent that humans have moved across the world throughout history. But this fact doesn’t delegitimise the rightful hegemony of ethnic Japanese in Japan, or Canada’s/ Australia’s founding stock.

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