Wednesday, January 8, 2020


republished below in full unedited for informational, educational and research 

Note in the video how the onus for keeping the peace falls on journalist David Menzies because he called Qassem Soleimani a “terrorist.” Menzies attended a vigil in Toronto, where Iranian regime loyalists mourned the death of Qassem Soleimani and defended and promoted the Islamic Republic of Iran — global terrorist activities and all. They also referred to the U.S. as “terrorist.” This vigil was a picture-perfect warning of how mass and unvetted migration has brought to the West Muslims who openly advocate jihad terror in the public square. It doesn’t help the case for Menzies that criticism of anything Islam is taboo in Canada, thanks to the Trudeau government.

Canada also has an Iranian Member of Parliament, Majid Jowhari, who has a history of advancing Iranian interests in Canada, and now stands accused of having connections to and receiving payments from the Iranian regime.
It is puzzling why many of these pro-regime thugs, posing as respectable citizens, are living anywhere but in Iran or in another Islamic state that aligns with their palpable hatred of Western interests. 
But of course, Islamic supremacists seek to infiltrate and subjugate non-Muslim lands.
In keeping the law of the land and Canada’s constitution, it is the vigil participants who should have been removed by police to keep the peace, not Menzies for asking questions, as real journalists should do. Police on the front lines should be taking this matter up with their superiors. Police in other countries have faced severe consequences from the failure to manage rule of law. Some examples:
  • Areas in Brussels now resemble a “state of war” due to mass Muslim migration, amid the failure to maintain the rule of law. Conditions are so bad that police were forced to escort firemen during New Year’s Eve celebrations.
  • The vast majority of Swedish police want to quit their jobs because of high levels of violence, including grenade attacks, due to mass Muslim migration.
  • police officer in London declared that police have lost control of the streets due to knife crime and acid attacks, attributed to Muslim gangs.
Politicians and police are failing in their duties to protect the public and secure the rule of law in many Western countries. The pro-Iran/Soleimani vigil in Toronto promoted the Iranian regime and its jihadist proxies, so it was not a peaceful vigil to begin with. In this scenario, police protected the interests of one of worst sponsors of terrorism in the world, which is a cause for alarm.  The vigil was a mockery of democracy and an incitement to violence.
The West will increasingly deteriorate and will before too long be as safe and prosperous as the Middle East and Africa if citizens do not stand up for their constitutional rights. Yet globalist governments are still being elected in far too many countries, even Sweden, where a Political Science professor warned that mass Muslim migration could unravel the country’s “democratic welfare society,” which it has almost succeeded in doing already.
“Toronto police threaten Rebel journalist for calling Qasem Soleimani a ‘terrorist,'” Rebel Media, January 5, 2020:
Rebel News mission specialist David Menzies attended a vigil by pro-Iran extremists for Qassem Soleimani, the Iranian terrorist general.