Our friends at CTV (the Canadian Television Network) News are reporting on several mysterious “racist” incidents in which swastikas have shown up in the most unlikely of places: synagogues, a church, a mosque and the home of a jew.
According to CTV:
The Ottawa Police Hate Crimes Unit is involved and is still investigating the incidents. Police believe all five are related.
“There’s no question that (with) the type, the frequency and the condensed timeframe… that there’s a link there,” Ottawa police chief Charles Bordeleau told CTV Ottawa.
Yes. we’re sure the Ottawa Police Department is right on it.
Garnett Genuis, the Deputy Critic for International Human Rights and Religious Freedom, added: “Acts of hatred against one group of Canadians is an attack on us all.”
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said hate crimes must be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
“These events have occurred in Canada and they are unacceptable in Canada,” Goodale told CTV News.
Unfortunately, CTV does not reveal whether the Ottawa Police will include the possibility of a hoax or hoaxes in their investigation.
Perhaps these victims in Ottawa and Toronto can retain Richard Warman as their attorney.
When he’s not busy posing as a white supremacist and posting “hate” messages, of course. In the Northern Alliance decision (Canadian Human Rights Tribunal), Warman presented himself as an expert on jew self-hate “crimes.” And provacateuring.
Because Warman was found to have posted the very hate messages he was complaining to the tribunal about, he did not get his customary piece of the action (i.e. the C$10,000) fine. But the Tribunal found Northern Alliance guilty anyway for posting Warman’s messages.
Ya know, it almost makes you wonder what else they’ve been lying about throughout history…