From the prequel of today’s War Memorial Media Event, we this little gem of a quote regarding what could have been done with our very own ISIS-wanna-be-a-jihadi-SIM.
Asked what more police could have done, Supt. Fontaine said, “We couldn’t arrest someone for thinking, for having radical thoughts. It’s not a crime in Canada. Unless we have clear indications of what he was doing it was very difficult to prevent and stop him even if we had surveillance on him yesterday morning. We did not know his intention to use his car as a weapon. It would have been very difficult to prevent … because it is not a crime to drive a car or be in a parking lot.”
Enjoy your free-thinking and expressing abilities while you still can.
Oh, and some psyOp writer humor – Al Kanadi! (as in O Canada!, our nationalistic anthem) is born. We get all the B level psyOp hoax writers up here.
Mr. Rouleau appeared to be acting on his own rather than as part of a terrorist group. But he was predictably declared a “martyr” by ISIS extremists. A Canadian member of ISIS who goes by Abu Khalid Al Kanadi urged others to “follow the footsteps of our brave brother Martin Rouleau who took revenge for Canadian military aggression in our lands.”
The vicsim in this story has a square-jaw like simulation problem property to his head.
There’s so much propaganda wording