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caQuiksilver
04-11-2016, 01:32 PM
http://www.blazingcatfur.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Chronicle-Herald-disappears-Islam-references-in-school-violence-story.pdf


Missy [name redacted] said her daughter, who is in Grade 3, was choked on Monday and Thursday last week by
two refugee boys. A chain was used on both occasions, but she cannot confirm the size or
strength of the chain. She said one boy yelled “Muslims rule the world” while choking her daughter


the local news site to first publish the story has since deleted due to the attention its getting. only access is from cached copies (above link).

http://www.jihadwatch.org/2016/04/canada-muslim-migrant-children-choking-brutalizing-non-muslim-students

official response to the original (deleted) story:

http://www.metronews.ca/news/halifax/2016/04/11/chronicle-herald-called-out-by-halifax-school-board.html

Dave22reborn
04-11-2016, 02:41 PM
Have fun Canada.

MykeZ
04-11-2016, 03:16 PM
It's an act of love.

digistp
04-11-2016, 03:19 PM
Was like 'wtf'

Then saw 'refugees'. Nothing new here

Iamasupersayin
04-11-2016, 03:23 PM
Ban the third grade

LugosiNineOne
04-11-2016, 03:24 PM
I always hear Canadians saying "Well we only accept the best refugees!"

You reap what you sow.

McAngus
04-11-2016, 03:37 PM
UPDATE: The Chronicle Herald first deleted references to Muslims, and then pulled this story entirely. It reflects badly on the multicultural project, you see. But Blazing Cat Fur has the original and every iteration here. The Rebel has them here.

Lesson for all you who want to make a small contribution to the world, if you ever run into an article or video(especially youtube) that you think may be taken down, capture it.

Dave22reborn
04-11-2016, 03:53 PM
Is Canada going to become the new country that will experience cultural enrichment?

EctoCanuck
04-11-2016, 05:43 PM
I just heard on CBC Radio that the story is fake.Some staff at the The Chronicle Herald are on strike and may have planted the story.

Move on,nothing to see here.

Canadian2point0
04-11-2016, 05:45 PM
I always hear Canadians saying "Well we only accept the best refugees!"

You reap what you sow.Try to accept the best immigrants, but refugees are refugees. And there are signs that our government didn't inform them on everything, just painted sunshines and rainbows to meet quota.


Is Canada going to become the new country that will experience cultural enrichment?The left don't give a chit.

Psyllius
04-11-2016, 06:09 PM
Thanks op. Someone told me about this the other day and I could not find anything online for some odd reason. Only explanation would be a cover up like we see in Europe.

I live a few hours from where it happened.

Thanks Trudeau!!!!

Aircommander91
04-11-2016, 06:17 PM
I guess it's their fault for not being tolerant enough.

and did they give him a course about how it's not O.K. to choke people with chains?

If they didn't, they had it coming.

cashinout
04-11-2016, 06:22 PM
just posting to lmfao the website name "jihadwatch"

Bosscoo
04-11-2016, 06:38 PM
So it looks like the original story wasn't true and based on uncorroborated stories and mistruths that the paper had to withdraw.

In b4 it's just one big Muslim conspiracy to control the media.

benedetto27
04-11-2016, 07:29 PM
But the old drunkard form the Chretien era told me it was going to be ok...oh jeez

7rmr
04-11-2016, 07:31 PM
As others have said, it turned out the story was fake. How is this thread still going?

caQuiksilver
04-11-2016, 10:36 PM
As others have said, it turned out the story was fake. How is this thread still going?

do you have a source that the news article was fake?

McAngus
04-12-2016, 10:05 AM
Ok so now this story is confirmed fake?

Fake or not, so crazy how there are so many fake stories popping up a d so many stories being covered up or purposely not given any attention by the major news providers. Crazy world we live in, can't trust anyone but at the same time the crazy stories can be true.

Best to bury head in sand and not pay attention.

Canadian2point0
04-12-2016, 10:37 AM
Nothing out about being fake....just uncorroborated evidence. Being all they had were two statements from mothers using an alias.

Nihiliste
04-12-2016, 12:14 PM
Ok so now this story is confirmed fake?

Fake or not, so crazy how there are so many fake stories popping up a d so many stories being covered up or purposely not given any attention by the major news providers. Crazy world we live in, can't trust anyone but at the same time the crazy stories can be true.

Best to bury head in sand and not pay attention.

The world has become a truly Orwellian place. Any wrongthink is swiftly suppressed by the mainstream media.

ProudIowan
04-17-2016, 06:57 PM
I just heard on CBC Radio that the story is fake.Some staff at the The Chronicle Herald are on strike and may have planted the story.

Move on,nothing to see here.


So it looks like the original story wasn't true and based on uncorroborated stories and mistruths that the paper had to withdraw.

In b4 it's just one big Muslim conspiracy to control the media.


As others have said, it turned out the story was fake. How is this thread still going?


Ok so now this story is confirmed fake?

Fake or not, so crazy how there are so many fake stories popping up a d so many stories being covered up or purposely not given any attention by the major news providers. Crazy world we live in, can't trust anyone but at the same time the crazy stories can be true.

Best to bury head in sand and not pay attention.

Fake eh? So easy to dismiss a story when it doesn't fit your narrative huh.........


COVER UP: Parents, student CONFIRM refugee children choke, slap Canadian kids




Are Canadian children being abused in school by refugee students? We spoke to the parents of children who say they are.

Last week an article by the Chronicle Herald detailed multiple instances of Syrian refugees assaulting Canadian children. The article featured comments by a woman nicknamed "Missy" who explained how her daughter had been choked with a chain and her son had been visibly threatened on the soccer field.

The story was pulled soon after it was posted with members of the left-wing media decrying the story as "racist," "Islamophobic," "xenophobic" or simply just not true.

In place of the story, an apologetic message was left in its place saying the story needed more research and was "insensitive" to the refugees.

The Herald also didn't like how its story found its way onto "right-wing" websites that are critical of mass Muslim migration.

And in a letter on the Halifax regional school board’s website, Superintendent Elwin LeRoux called the complaints by parents in the paper “unsubstantiated accusations” and insisted they were “not true.”

However, the Herald did admit that other parents had come forward with stories of their children being attacked.

In the aftermath of this story and the Herald's self-censorship, no one in the Media Party bothered to do any research.

The Rebel, however, did.

Multiple parents and even one student spoke to Rebel reporter Faith Goldy who confirmed initial reports in the Herald's story.

We sat down with Missy, a mother quoted in the original story. She says she feared backlash, and being branded a bigot. Which, she says, is far from the truth because it wasn’t long ago Missy was looking forward to the arrival of her children’s new classmates:

“I did a clothing drive when they first came. I did a basic needs and clothing drive. I’m all for the transition. I just can’t let this keep happening. Something has to be done about it."

Missy revealed she went to the paper in public plea for more resources for refugees at the school:

“They need help in the school. They need communicators. Interpreters. Teachers. And more than one, Monday to Friday. They can’t have an interpreter up there two days a week. There’s kids that speak Arabic five days a week."

Missy said that she had run out options at the school after learning her daughter was allegedly choked twice in one week by two different refugee students, but not with a chain as the Herald had reported:

“They said in the paper she was choked with chains two different times. That wasn’t what was said. She was choked twice, but once with a necklace. She was choked with their hands. Like it was just a bunch of little stories that kept adding up and I was like this is enough. Like, once or twice it happens, maybe its just rough play. But it’s happening a lot. And it hasn’t just been this week. There has been numerous things that have happened. Not just with my kids.”

Missy also confirmed her son’s reports of threatening hand gestures from across the soccer field.

“They stopped intramurals in school due to rough play. The kids are being slammed to the ground, choked, and hit. It’s not fair,” she said.

And what about the claim that refugees had shouted “Muslims rule the world” while choking Missy's daughter? Missy replied:

“The kids said that somebody had yelled, one of the kids had yelled ‘Muslims rule the world’… They said it was one of the Syrian boys. Those kids do know how to speak some English. But they’re very limited to words... all the kids said [refugee boys] have said that more than once."

When asked about whether or not school authorities were handling the situation, she says the school's hands are tied:

“We went up on Friday to talk to the principal about the choking with the necklace, she said that her hands are tied. She said that she’s been fighting with her supervisor to get interpreters up there because she couldn’t contact those kids’ parents. And was here Friday. It’s been a whole week that that wasn’t addressed.”

“Yesterday my daughter was slapped in the face again by the exact same boy. Again. We got called up to the school and they had an interpreter in there yesterday and she said, the interpreter said, the little boy just wants to fit in.”

Days after being choked for a second time, Missy’s daughter was allegedly slapped across the face by a refugee student. When Missy reported the incidents to the principal, she ran into another child with a welt on her face after she, too, was smacked. Missy told The Rebel that addressing bullying of any sort is a problem school-wide; but now, there seems to be a double standard at play.

“If our students, our kids did that to these students it’d be a hate crime. It’d be something bad. And now that we’re addressing the problem cause it’s our kids involved, we’re still the bad guy. There’s no win to it. And everyone’s scared to come forward and say something because of what happened with that article."

Another parent who didn't want her name used, spoke to us and revealed that her daughter had also been slapped in the face by a Syrian refugee:

“She was slapped in the face by one of the refugee boys in the yard.. had a crush on him, didn’t like it, he slapped her in the face and left a red mark."

But when the mother's daughter told the school they simply told her to not approach the refugee students.

“[The school] told her not to go near them, walk away, that’s their solution for everything.”

We reached out to Halifax Regional School Board spokesperson, Doug Hadley, so see if these allegations were being investigated. He said:

“We have to stand up and stop allowing people target a specific group or suggest groups of people behave in a certain way based on who they are and where they’re from. We have to be tolerant of all people and respect their differences. Students have to follow the rules, but we have no indication that any of the allegations in that original article actually happened.”

He then said that no student or parent had come forward, which was a direct contradiction to what the parents we had spoken to told us.

“When we look at the specific allegations … we ask the school what do you know about this… they tell us not only did they not see anyone doing those things, no parent, no student ever came forward to tell an adult that this was a problem or it would have been dealt with immediately.”

“Some of the parents at the centre of this article, the school was speaking to just last week and will continue to speak with them,” Hadey admitted despite the fact he just claimed no student or parent had come forward about the refugee problem.

So, which was it?

We asked one mom if she thought there is a cover up at Chebucto Heights right now. She answered:

“Yes, I do. They gotta look good is what it is. Nobody wants to believe children are being bullied and nobody’s doing anything about it but it’s the truth.”

It’s inconceivable that young children in this country are being bullied by newcomers and nothing is being done about it.

That’s exactly why not a single major media organization sent even one employee to Chebucto Heights to actually talk to the parents there… many of these media organizations, by the way, have offices right there… IN HALIFAX…

Our job as journalists is to tell the story.

But they didn’t believe the story could be true.

So they just didn’t bother to find out.

WATCH Faith Goldy's ENTIRE one-hour investigative report, with full length interviews and more: CLICK HERE.

PS: If you're angry about this story and want to fight back, VISIT StopTheCoverUp.ca. We've made it fast and easy for you to SEND A MESSAGE to the Halifax Regional School Board, telling them to protect all children and stop covering up bullying for politically correct reasons.

PLUS: If your child is being bullied and the teachers, principals, or other school officials refuse to step in because they don’t want to upset the Liberal refugee policy – you can tell us. We’ll check the facts. And if it’s true, we’ll tell your story. Because that’s what journalists are supposed to do — we follow the facts wherever they lead. Just email us at tips@therebel.media


http://www.therebel.media/excerpt_halifax_refugee_bullying_cover_up

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I would love to hear some of you that dismissed this so easily have to say about it now?

VTheKing
04-17-2016, 08:07 PM
Fake eh? So easy to dismiss a story when it doesn't fit your narrative huh.........



http://www.therebel.media/excerpt_halifax_refugee_bullying_cover_up

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I would love to hear some of you that dismissed this so easily have to say about it now?

Ezra Levant (the guy behind The Rebel) reserving several paragraphs for chest-thumping about journalistic integrity is the equivalent of Hillary giving a discourse on transparency. Guy's made a career out of manufacturing outrage, drawing people into libel lawsuits and playing the victim after starting a fire. He's even sued a fellow right-wing polemicist the moment the sights turned on him because "muh free speech until my feelings are hurt". He's scum and lying is not above him at all - a pussy**** version of Ann Coultier, if you will.

I personally find it idiotic people got so upset with the story to the point of colleagues resigning because I seriously doubt they'd quit their jobs if it were any other story that adhered to poor journalistic standards. But it's also nauseating that people would sooner believe there's a grand conspiracy to hide the fact a Syrian kid would be a bully, lest because Mr. One-Outrage-A-Day said so. Maybe if I buy his subscription he'll show me his credentials.

MARAVILLA1011
04-17-2016, 11:05 PM
read only Choked and chains


im diamonds

ProudIowan
04-18-2016, 12:46 PM
Still waiting for those of you who dismissed this as fake news to reply....I graciously admitted when a story I quoted turned out false, why can't you admit a story you called false turned out to be true? Does narrative really matter that much to regressive leftists that it trumps truth?


Ezra Levant (the guy behind The Rebel) reserving several paragraphs for chest-thumping about journalistic integrity is the equivalent of Hillary giving a discourse on transparency. Guy's made a career out of manufacturing outrage, drawing people into libel lawsuits and playing the victim after starting a fire. He's even sued a fellow right-wing polemicist the moment the sights turned on him because "muh free speech until my feelings are hurt". He's scum and lying is not above him at all - a pussy**** version of Ann Coultier, if you will.

I personally find it idiotic people got so upset with the story to the point of colleagues resigning because I seriously doubt they'd quit their jobs if it were any other story that adhered to poor journalistic standards. But it's also nauseating that people would sooner believe there's a grand conspiracy to hide the fact a Syrian kid would be a bully, lest because Mr. One-Outrage-A-Day said so. Maybe if I buy his subscription he'll show me his credentials.

So you agree at least that this story was legit and it was quashed for political correctness? Not going to argue whether Ezra is a whiner or not, don't have the info or care, but if you watch the video/read the article it is CLEAR these incidents have happened/continue to happen and the school doesn't care because the bullies are "refugees". Is this kind of double standard ok with you?


read only Choked and chains


im diamonds

Chains was an odd choice of word for necklaces imo too, doesn't change the fact that it happened/happens right?

illriginalized
04-18-2016, 12:48 PM
Yeah ****ing right.. this is satire right?

lol









http://www.therebel.media/excerpt_halifax_refugee_bullying_cover_up



Bro either you're gullible or maybe you're the one with information bias trying to find anything that fits YOUR narrative.

The Rebel? really?

smh.