Toronto Van Sidewalk Hoax

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say nine people have died and 16 are injured after multiple pedestrians were struck by a white van in Toronto Monday afternoon. Police said the incident happened around 1:30 p.m. in the area of Yonge Street and Finch Avenue.

Source: 9 dead, 16 injured after pedestrians struck by van in Toronto | Globalnews.ca

Here’s a phony/stagecraft video that would probably get every cop who acted this way fired.

Area is under heavy Agenda21 intensification and road will is set to be narrowed, despite it being a major north/south commuter artery.

PM Boflex still wearing his Humboldt Hockey Hoax tie

Rental van that doesn’t look like it mowed down 23 people – but heck, use your imagination if you don’t believe it.

Not coincidentally, Toronto suspended the vote to change this exact section into a UN Agenda 21 narrowed road, bike lane, sidewalk expanded road – since they didn’t have the votes to put it through.

City Council delays vote on potential bike lanes on Yonge Street in North York

Tue, Mar 27: After a day-long debate between two options, council chose to hold the decision, likely till after the upcoming election. Mark Carcasole reports.
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25 thoughts on “Toronto Van Sidewalk Hoax

  1. Terran Downvale

    I haven’t read through all the comments here but does anyone any thoughts on the nature of the physical entity known as “Alek Minassian?” The photo they’re floating around of him looks pretty Sim-ish to me, but that could just be something they’re doing intentionally to bait us. Since he wasn’t “killed,” I figure we’ll eventually see some clear video footage of him proving he’s an actual flesh-and-blood human.

    But considering the theory that he is a Sim, I have an idea of who his “facial template” might have been based on. Check out the beginning of Toronto-based windbag Stephen Molyneux’s video on Minassian where he talks about how “close to home” this event is for him. Especially the moment at 27 seconds where he says “Now, it’s me!” He says he grew up just down the street from the site of the attack and that he used to work in a building shown in the background of the arrest footage. I dunno, the general facial structure looks VERY similar to me. What do you think?

    Play the video in this window with Minassian’s photo below for comparison.

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    1. Terran Downvale

      CORRECTION: He actually said he used to live down the road from the attack site, not that he grew up there. In any event, I can’t help but read into these statements, given the strong resemblance. Especially the “Now, it’s me” line at 27 secs, LOL. At that exact moment, he even slightly repositions his head to match Minassian’s pose in the photo. The similar monochromatic “blank canvas” background seems like it could be a hint as well. Could the image of Minassian be a digitally “ethnicized” Molyneux with a few other tweaks to throw us off?

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          1. Terran Downvale

            Yes, SIMilar. Of course they wouldn’t make the simulated face exactly the same. But they would retain enough of an uncanny underlying resemblance as part of the joke. SM (SiM?) may not be familiar to the average Torontonian, but he is a well-known face and voice on the internet. And I’d think pretty much anyone in the “truth community” is aware of him, which may be the intended audience for the joke. I always found it off-putting how he insists on framing his mug in close-up against a blank background like that. It struck me as obnoxiously narcissistic. But maybe it was for another reason as well. Getting that face effectively stuck in our unconscious minds.

            Anyway, I’m just curious what people who are knowledgeable/interested in SIM creation think about this. I noticed the similarity first and then found the video where he said “IT’S ME.” I’m sure you can understand how that would massively amplify my suspicions! Until we see some clear video footage where we can definitely tell that the face we see in the photo is genuine, I’ll hold this as a legitimate theory. The blobby “Hugo: Man of a Thousand Faces” any-man figure we see in the arrest footage doesn’t cut it.

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  2. Tom Dalpra

    So prolific and widespread have these motor-vehicle-ploughs -into-pedestrians stunts been, that we don’t need to see the 33 on the number-plate of the white van, to know it’s another one in the series.
    From Queen Street Glasgow to Times Square, New York. From the beachfront in Nice to the streets of Barcelona, on-and-on they go. Up until about five years ago you never heard of these incidents, but nowadays, oh, it’s so fashionable!
    In this case, in Canada again so soon after the ‘carnage’ on the road of the Humboldt Hoax.

    Talking of carnage on the road, the staged A Net Carryon pallaver here, does seem quite timely again, in view of these two big Canadian ‘road kill’ Ops… John ‘leaving’ and Dave turning up…
    It did seem to be one of those deliberately divisive moments. Something perhaps, to limit intelligent conversation here at a rare Canadian site that discusses these things, in time for upcoming events ? I notice someone posted on the Carion forum thread yesterday. Still carrying-on! ?

    Anyway, very ‘ Canadian’ way that he didn’t shoot the guy. Good old Canadians.

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  3. Terran Downvale

    As soon as I saw the name of the alleged killer Alek Minassian, I immediately thought “Mini Assassin.” And then I remembered that on Sunday, the day before this hoax, it was reported that actor Verne Troyer who played “Mini-Me” in the Austin Powers movies had died at age 49. Well, listen to what Canadian Mike Meyers shouts at 44 seconds in this clip of their epic fight scene: ASSASSIN!

    Here’s a remix version showing the “Mini Assassin’s” little body repeatedly flying up in the air (like the Toronto car attack victims).

    It is also suspected that Troyer’s death was the result of suicide:

    www.foxnews.com/entertainment/…

    Which also connects to Toronto suspect Alek Minassian:

    www.reuters.com/article/us-can…

    Video footage showed the police officer staring down the suspect at gunpoint in the middle of a street, while the man pointed what appeared to be a gun and shouted “Kill me.” The video, obtained by CBC News, showed the suspect repeatedly pulling an object from his side and aiming at police…

    …“It’s quite apparent that the suspect was trying to be executed. He was really looking for ‘suicide-by-cop,’” Gary Clement, a retired Royal Canadian Mounted Police superintendent with 34 years experience of policing, told Reuters.

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