Thursday, February 26, 2015

Native Indian Islamic Terrorists Self-ID In Canada


 Now we have a whole new identifiable demographic group in Canada.
Aboriginal Islamic Terrorists.

The Left Wing is going to be tickled pink by the political correctness of it all.

Story HERE.

Ottawa twin brothers who both face terrorism-related charges are claiming to be members of the Algonquin First Nation, according to an APTN National News report.

The report cites sources as saying that Carlos and Ashton Larmond, 24, are “very proud” Algonquins, adding that “they believe they’re the first First Nation converts to Islam to have been charged under anti-terror laws in Canada.”

No doubt now Justin Trudeau's Liberals and Tom Mulcair's NDP will be fighting over who gets the Aboriginal Islamic Terrorist vote.  Whole new voting bloc.  Of at least two, anyway.

14 comments:

Terry Rudden said...

"APTN also says the twins’ father, Anthony Larmond, claims his sons get their aboriginal heritage through his side of the family, although, as the report notes, he could not recall a First Nation community to which his family might be associated."

Yep, Canada is full of fake Aboriginal people, for sure.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Perhaps it's time to quit dividing Canada into "Aboriginal" and "Non-Aboriginal". It only causes problems and attempts to solve problems from a very, very long time ago in a way that will never, and has never, helped anybody today... other than corrupt politicians, both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal. There is a whole big, profitable scam going on and those who benefit from it will fight to keep it going.

Canadian Sentinel said...

I'm sure Leftists will automatically deny that it's even possible for an Aboriginal Islamic Supremacist Terrorist to exist... Hahaha

Terry Rudden said...

"I'm sure Leftists will automatically deny that it's even possible for an Aboriginal Islamic Supremacist Terrorist to exist...hahah"

Oh, I doubt that, hahaha. Why couldn't such a person exist?

However, I'm pointing out that the two individuals in question don't sound as though they're Aboriginal.

∞ ≠ ø said...

Hello,... T

So... they might not be associated with a "First Nation community" and they don't sound as though they're Aboriginal.

Ummm. OK, perhaps they are just aboriginal. Of course this means that without "registered status" and a magic capital "A" there is nothing to see here... move along.

Huh. So why would lesser "a" natives rush to be grade "A" natives after being accused of a crime? And what privilege would a grade "A" terrorist have over a lesser "a" terrorist. There must be something unfair and unequal in terms of access to the law.

Aboriginal Affairs should welcome these boys into the "A." That would be a real Justin and Eve moment now wouldn't it?
Either way... it stinks.

Canadian Sentinel said...

The individuals have Aboriginal blood... their mother gave that to them. Therefore they're Aboriginal.

Unless "Aboriginal" is a purely POLITICAL, artificial status thing?

Canadian Sentinel said...

What makes one an "Aboriginal", if not the genetic, ancestral heritage and/or the racial physical differential characteristics, if apparent? If not that... then WHAT? Politics? If the latter, then there's clearly some weird, unfair agenda going on with this whole "First Nations" and "Aboriginal" thing... But we're, according to political correctness, not supposed to think about these things... we're supposed to just believe what we're told and not question, not analyze, etc.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Interesting. Mr. Rudden says "Oh, they're not aboriginal.".

Hmm.

It all matters what the situation is. If the people are inconvenient to the narrative, then they may be denied status as "real".

Just like how in America, the Left Wing/Democrats say that black American conservatives/Republicans/Tea Partiers are "not real blacks"... Same thing.

The Left uses the same disinformational tactics and strategies the world over, after all.

Terry Rudden said...

"The individuals have Aboriginal blood... their mother gave that to them. Therefore they're Aboriginal."

Sorry, I didn't see that in the story. What's your reference for that?

Terry Rudden said...

"the Left Wing/Democrats say that black American conservatives/Republicans/Tea Partiers are "not real blacks"... Same thing."

Sure, sure just as the Tea Partiers dismiss more moderate Republicans as RINOs. Of course Republican blacks are blacks, just as moderate Republicans are Republicans.

Canadian Sentinel said...

"Moderate" Republicans are not Republicans because "moderate" is code for Democrat in Republican clothing.

And political orientation isn't parallel with race at all. Not the same sort of thing.

Terry Rudden said...

Sorry, I don't think most Republicans would agree with you - and frankly, their perspective carries a little more weight than that of a Canadian blogger.

∞ ≠ ø said...

..."under the Gladue rule, judges are obliged to look at alternatives to incarceration, such as a restorative justice process for aboriginal defendants."

Well... There it is.
And of course C.S. is correct to proffer the idea that Aboriginal status is manifested through politically driven criteria, because it is and always has been. The politics of race are racist politics and always have been.

And if I am reading the situation correctly matrilineal blood is currently the preferred type according to today's politics of sex (read, of course, sexist politics)which trump racist politics.

So, big T. do us all the favor of strolling over to the community housing block on Forward (heh) Avenue and ask her if her boys are indeed of native blood.

P.S. Moderate Republicans are subverted and therefore no longer qualify. Nice try though.

Terry Rudden said...

Oh, I agree that Gladue is most likely the reason these guys are claiming Aboriginal ancestry. I'm saying there doesn't appear to be a lot of evidence that the claim is true.

Your personal assessment of Republicans is noted.