Update: Looks like the Edmonton terrorist (looks like the same guy did both strikes) has been arrested. Its name is Abdulahi Hasan Sharif, and he is of Somali origin.
Like I’ve already said probably a dozen times already, I’m more writing these articles in order to convey the news to the regular OD readership than anything else.
Because some time back, maybe after the Ariana Grande attack to be specific, I became desensitized and immune to any feels that still strike so many weaker-minded individuals across the West.
It sounds brutal, I know, but it’s become that bad in so many places.
You can justifiably blame the Jews and the cucks in our nations for what we now see on a weekly (or even daily) basis, but when the normie overrides his genetic survival instincts each and every time these Moslem strikes occur, contempt becomes impossible to suppress.
But whatever – let’s look at Canada first.
A Edmonton police officer was stabbed Saturday evening near Commonwealth Stadium and four pedestrians injured by a fleeing truck in what police are investigating as an act of terrorism.
Scene 1: 93 Street and 107A Avenue
The first attack happened when an Edmonton Police Service special duty member was stabbed by a man who had crashed a car into a police barricade outside the stadium, where the Edmonton Eskimos were hosting Winnipeg on Canadian Forces Appreciation Night.
Police chief Rod Knecht confirmed in a 3 a.m. news conference that there was an ISIS flag in the car.
Police said the officer was manning a traffic checkpoint near 93 Street and 107A Avenue when it happened at around 8:15 p.m.
Police said the suspect fled on foot after ramming a police vehicle and was still at large. A white Chevrolet Malibu could be seen smashed into the front of an Edmonton Police Service SUV.
Following the stabbing of the police officer, a suspect fled on foot, prompting a massive manhunt. Approximately two hours later — around 11:30 p.m. — a U-Haul van was seen speeding through downtown streets with up to a dozen police vehicles in pursuit.
Scene 2: 109 Street north of Jasper Avenue
The alley next to The Pint, a bar on 109th Street just north of Jasper Avenue, was blocked off by police and yellow crime-scene tape. As many as 10 cruisers crowded the area.
A manager at The Pint said the U-Haul came speeding down 109th Street and careened east into the alley next to the bar, hitting two people. It happened so fast, no one even screamed.
One man was just clipped by the van, said the manager — who didn’t want to give his name — but he was told a second man was hit harder.
The first man was sitting up within about five minutes. A bartender who is also a nurse came out to look after one of the men.
There were a lot of people in the alley so it was fortunate only two were hit, the manager said. The bar’s security cameras didn’t pick up anything, he added.
To be honest, I never thought of Edmonton as a primary location for Moslem settlement – I always figured Quebec or Toronto would be next on the target list.
France, however, is almost predictable these days – they’ve got more days devoted to terror attacks than actual holidays at this point.
A man shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ has stabbed two women to death with a butcher’s knife before being gunned down by soldiers in Marseille.
The victims, aged 17 and 20, suffered horrific injuries during the ‘frenzied’ attack, with one slashed in the throat and the other stabbed in the chest and stomach.
Eyewitnesses told how a man ‘dressed in black’ launched himself at the two women, who screamed for their lives as others ran for safety.
The assailant was gunned down by soldiers who were on patrol inside Saint Charles train station at the time as part of France’s ongoing state of emergency.
The suspect, thought to be aged 25 to 30, was known to authorities for common law crimes while analysis of his fingerprints came up with several aliases.
Anti-terror officials said they were investigating ‘links to a terrorist organisation’ and the ‘attempted killing of a public official’, the identity of which is currently unknown.
Photographs from the scene showed a woman lying on the ground and armed police standing over the attacker. A white sheet was later placed over his body.
French betas didn’t even bother taking the Moslem’s watch or his dress shirt – you’d fetch a pretty penny on Ebay for those little pieces of multicultural memorabilia.
And you probably wouldn’t even have to worry about OJ Simpson coming to beat your head in – those trinkets have nothing to do with his NFL career.