Diversity Macht Frei
July 30, 2018
During his killing spree, the “mentally ill” Toronto shooter chose to spare one of his fellow brown men.
In the final moments of a mass shooting on a crowded Toronto street, attacker Faisal Hussain came face to face with a frightened resident. Armed with a handgun and moments from his own death, he told the man his life would be spared.
“Don’t worry, I’m not going to shoot you,” Mr. Hussain said.
Investigators documented the chance encounter on Tuesday as they went door to door, interviewing witnesses of Sunday’s attack that left 18-year-old Reese Fallon and 10-year-old Julianna Kozis dead. Thirteen other victims, ranging in age from 17 to 59, were injured as Mr. Hussain, 29, crisscrossed Danforth Avenue around 10 p.m., firing at pedestrians and businesses.
Mr. Hussain died in front of a church at the southwest corner of Danforth Avenue and Bowden Street after a shootout with police.
Just moments before, neighbourhood resident Jaspal Singh was cutting through a laneway on his way to his restaurant on the busy Danforth strip when he ran into the gunman. On Tuesday, Mr. Singh’s wife, who asked that her name not be used, confirmed the details of the encounter to The Globe and Mail outside their home. But she said her husband was still shaken up and not ready to speak with the media.
The London Bridge victims were also strikingly white. In a city as “diverse” as London, no randomly selected set of victims would be as white as this.
The strangely un-diverse London Bridge victims
It was the same at the Bataclan attack in Paris in 2015. A French guy with a darker than usual complexion was spared.
The killers were pitiless. But they spared Alexis*, a young man with a “typical” look, as described by his girlfriend, whose olive skin means that he often passes for a young North African. “They targeted him, then stopped themselves, explains an acquaintance. They told him: “You, you’re one of ours!”, and they fired on another young man at his side.”
It’s significant, too, that the Muslims picked a rock concert for their attack, knowing it was a style of music appreciated almost exclusively by white people.
In May this year, jihadi Benjamin Harman spared a Muslim during his shooting spree in Liège, Belgium.
“He said to me: ‘I’m going to ask you two questions. Are you a Muslim?‘ I responded yes. ‘Are you practising Ramadan?‘ I replied yes. ‘Then I am not going to do anything to you. But you need to listen to me, do what I say and everything will be OK for you’.”
Beneath the surface clash of ideas, ideologies and “values” lies the primordial conflict of race and tribe. However much you seek to resist that reality, our enemies will ultimately force it upon you. As George Lincoln Rockwell said: “The colour of your skin is your uniform in this ultimate battle for the survival of the West.”