MNN. Oct. 21, 2014. The Quebec Police in Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu were chasing a 25-year old businessman, Couture Rouleau. His car hit two men in a parking lot, who happen to be soldiers. One died. With the cops in hot pursuit, his car flipped over near the Canadian Forces Base. Witnesses saw him crawl out with his hands up. They said they heard on the police radio, “Make sure he’s dead!” The cops shot him 7 times.
Harper: “CSIS told me it’s terror. So I’m “terrified!”
Shortly after, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced in Parliament that the man had been radicalized and could have been “engaged in a terrorist act”. The mainstream media quickly blasted the story criminalizing Rouleau. It was in fact murder by the cops on speculation.
In Ferguson Missouri 18-year old Michael Brown had his hands up to surrender shouting, “Don’t shoot!”. He was shot 6 times. Demonstrations and rioting followed.
Rouleau was harassed because of his beliefs. He had converted to Muslim, went by the name Ahmed and praised Allah on his website. His passport was confiscated. His murder is like the hanging of 38 Indigenous on December 16, 1862. It was all on Lincoln’s orders. It was the largest mass execution in US history. Hanging of Indians at Mankato.
“Hey! We’ve had enough of this NWO police state shit! Stop pulling us over!”
Canadian media promote the bombing of the people of Iraq. US president George Bush sat in the classroom while the World Trade Center was blasted by a nuclear explosion, ordered by him. Harper wants to declare war on terror in Canada, to turn the billion dollar 30-day mission into a ten billion dollar 10-year mission.
Just like Great Turtle Island; the plan is to depopulate the Middle East so they can subjugate the survivors and steal all their resources.
The situation with Rouleau reminds us of the Orwellian thought police. We’ll let Maxwell Smart point out the confusion. Maxwell Smart.
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