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(CBC)   Canadian terror suspect says Criminal Code doesn't apply to him since it isn't a Holy book. Judge responds by ordering bailiffs to stone suspect to death   (cbc.ca) divider line 77
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2013-04-24 02:44:33 PM  
And by "ordering the bailiffs to stone him to death" Subby means, "The judge thanked him for his comment but told him to "save that for another court.""

Close enough, though.
 
2013-04-24 02:44:36 PM  
The sovereign citizen people are getting bold.
 
2013-04-24 02:46:10 PM  
Ugh, go away beard boy. We can turn this place into a hellhole all by ourselves.
 
2013-04-24 02:47:03 PM  
I got bad news for you dude.  Your "holy book" was also written by a set of "creations" who were hardly perfect themselves.
 
2013-04-24 02:49:25 PM  
"Your laws do not apply to me" will not get you very far in a court of law.

Also, the Good Humor man can only be pushed so far.
 
2013-04-24 02:49:27 PM  
Why are they giving this guy so much trouble? All he wants is to not create joinder with anyone.
 
2013-04-24 02:51:51 PM  
What I can never understand about these kinds of religious nuts is if they hate Canadian/American/European/Western ideals, and can't tolerate how little many of us care about their religion, their bronze aged teachings about society and their way of life, why not just kill yourself?  According to themselves, they'd be right next to God then....

But no, instead, we'll derail a train and potentially kill innocent people, some of which may actually be devotees to your religion as well.  Good jorb!
 
2013-04-24 02:53:05 PM  
This whole situation is BS. These guys have been on the RCMP's radar for SEVERAL years and they were conveniently arrested the day PM Harper wanted to pass his anti terror bill. Look up thestar.com an editorial begins with the sentence "Surprise, surprise...." the editorial tells you everything you needed to know. Plus Al Qaeda is mostly Sunni Muslims and Iran Shia. Harper hates Iran because he was a Bush lap dog and wishes he were an American.

Take this with a grain of salt. Not saying these guys are being railroaded. They are nuts but the timing stinks.
 
2013-04-24 02:53:12 PM  
Let them without flaws roll the first blunt.
 
2013-04-24 02:53:26 PM  
Well, I'm certainly hoping that they televise the court case now!
Epic Beardo with be good for a lot of yuks, I tell ya.
 
2013-04-24 02:54:20 PM  
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But does he weigh more than a duck?
 
2013-04-24 02:56:12 PM  
"All of those conclusions was taken out based on Criminal Code and all of us we know that this Criminal Code is not a holy book," Esseghaier said. "It's just written by a set of creations and the creations they're not perfect because only the creator is perfect."

Wouldn't a perfect creator be able of creating perfect creations? It seems to me his idea of perfection is imperfect.
 
2013-04-24 03:03:35 PM  
What does the Quran say is the punishment for his crime?  I assume it's harsher than the Criminal Code.  Therefore, adhering to the Criminal would be considered merciful, which is endorsed by most religions.
 
2013-04-24 03:07:02 PM  

Astorix: This whole situation is BS. These guys have been on the RCMP's radar for SEVERAL years and they were conveniently arrested the day PM Harper wanted to pass his anti terror bill. Look up thestar.com an editorial begins with the sentence "Surprise, surprise...." the editorial tells you everything you needed to know. Plus Al Qaeda is mostly Sunni Muslims and Iran Shia. Harper hates Iran because he was a Bush lap dog and wishes he were an American.

Take this with a grain of salt. Not saying these guys are being railroaded. They are nuts but the timing stinks.


I see what you did there.

I seem to recall the last home-grown terrorism plot required the RCMP mole to lead them by the hand to the point where they could actually be arrested for something.
I think that was the same crowd who had as a member a private in the Canadian Forces.  He turned up for parade wearing a non-regulation beard.  His RSM demanded to know what was going on, and he said "I'm Muslim, my religion requires it" or something.  The best part was the RSM's reply: "I'm a Muslim too, and you're full of shiat."

Then there was the Millennium Bomber, who managed to get arrested at the border before he got anywhere near his target.

Are Canadian anti-terror efforts that good, or do we just have incompetent terrorists?
 
2013-04-24 03:09:55 PM  

qgmonkey: What does the Quran say is the punishment for his crime?  I assume it's harsher than the Criminal Code.  Therefore, adhering to the Criminal would be considered merciful, which is endorsed by most religions.



This. Plus--what does the holy book say about killing innocent people? It's probably more or less in line with Canadian feelings on the subject.
 
2013-04-24 03:13:04 PM  

TimonC346: qgmonkey: What does the Quran say is the punishment for his crime?  I assume it's harsher than the Criminal Code.  Therefore, adhering to the Criminal would be considered merciful, which is endorsed by most religions.


This. Plus--what does the holy book say about killing innocent people? It's probably more or less in line with Canadian feelings on the subject.


Never try to use logic with a fundamentally illogical person.  It just leads to acid reflux.
 
2013-04-24 03:14:15 PM  

Stone Meadow: And by "ordering the bailiffs to stone him to death" Subby means, "The judge thanked him for his comment but told him to "save that for another court.""

Close enough, though.


Would have been kinda cool if it were true though. Even if only to scare the guy.
 
2013-04-24 03:20:08 PM  
I read "respect" instead of "repeat" and I thought word judge.
 
2013-04-24 03:21:46 PM  

FrancoFile: TimonC346: qgmonkey: What does the Quran say is the punishment for his crime?  I assume it's harsher than the Criminal Code.  Therefore, adhering to the Criminal would be considered merciful, which is endorsed by most religions.


This. Plus--what does the holy book say about killing innocent people? It's probably more or less in line with Canadian feelings on the subject.

Never try to use logic with a fundamentally illogical person.  It just leads to acid reflux.


I find this to be true most of the time when religion gets introduced to a debate.  It doesn't matter what faith, the vaporlock that develops due to "this book is true because it says that it is the word of _______, and is therefore true" can be truly astounding.
 
2013-04-24 03:24:24 PM  

Quantum Apostrophe: Ugh, go away beard boy. We can turn this place into a hellhole all by ourselves.


Speak for yourself, Steven.

Subby, great headline.  I was trying to come up with one for hours.
 
2013-04-24 03:27:45 PM  

MeSoHomely: FrancoFile: TimonC346: qgmonkey: What does the Quran say is the punishment for his crime?  I assume it's harsher than the Criminal Code.  Therefore, adhering to the Criminal would be considered merciful, which is endorsed by most religions.


This. Plus--what does the holy book say about killing innocent people? It's probably more or less in line with Canadian feelings on the subject.

Never try to use logic with a fundamentally illogical person.  It just leads to acid reflux.

I find this to be true most of the time when religion gets introduced to a debate.  It doesn't matter what faith, the vaporlock that develops due to "this book is true because it says that it is the word of _______, and is therefore true" can be truly astounding.


Lulz: counter with "By your logic, DC comics proves that Superman exists, since it says that there is a Superman."

"BIBLE IS REAL! You're going to hell."
 
2013-04-24 03:28:03 PM  

Hermione_Granger: Stone Meadow: And by "ordering the bailiffs to stone him to death" Subby means, "The judge thanked him for his comment but told him to "save that for another court.""

Close enough, though.

Would have been kinda cool if it were true though. Even if only to scare the guy.


And by "save that for another court." maybe the judge meant "the court of Allah". IOW, dude, you're totally boned...no 72 virgins for you!
 
2013-04-24 03:31:08 PM  

neversubmit: Let them without flaws seeds roll the first blunt.


/and make it a fatty
/FIFM
 
2013-04-24 03:41:45 PM  

theMagni: MeSoHomely: FrancoFile: TimonC346: qgmonkey: What does the Quran say is the punishment for his crime?  I assume it's harsher than the Criminal Code.  Therefore, adhering to the Criminal would be considered merciful, which is endorsed by most religions.


This. Plus--what does the holy book say about killing innocent people? It's probably more or less in line with Canadian feelings on the subject.

Never try to use logic with a fundamentally illogical person.  It just leads to acid reflux.

I find this to be true most of the time when religion gets introduced to a debate.  It doesn't matter what faith, the vaporlock that develops due to "this book is true because it says that it is the word of _______, and is therefore true" can be truly astounding.

Lulz: counter with "By your logic, DC comics proves that Superman exists, since it says that there is a Superman."

"BIBLE IS REAL! You're going to hell."


LOL

My most common debating opponent on this type of subject is a Jehovah's Witness that I work with.  He's a great guy, but his religious logic is flawed at best.

My personal favorite topic is how all men are inherently flawed, the Bible was written by men, and yet...somehow...because of Divine Inspiration...it is absolutely not flawed at all.  "Really?!?!"  "So why is it that you don't follow the word of God?"  "But we do."  "But the book includes all sorts of atrocities, and you tell me I'm supposed to follow his word (the Bible), yet I'm supposed to take the nasty stuff in context?"  (Insert weak, evasive response) "And why won't you tell me what the going rate was at that time for selling your daughter into slavery?  My daughter will be a teenager eventually, and I may want to give up on her--but I don't want to overcharge someone, since that would be stealing."  "We'll talk about it."  Repeat as necessary...

Currently, we are discussing zombies.  We have agreed that the definition of a zombie is a dead body rising from the grave, without insisting on a specific purpose such as a need for braiiiiiiiiins.  He wants to say that zombies are a product of Hollywood, but I didn't realize that Hollywood existed 2000 years ago...
 
2013-04-24 03:42:35 PM  
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2013-04-24 03:43:12 PM  

Bondith: Are Canadian anti-terror efforts that good, or do we just have incompetent terrorists?


A mix of both, at a guess.  The USA has also stopped an awful lot of terrorist attacks before they could take place, to the point that such events are practically local news at best.

Meanwhile, terrorists range from dumbasses that get caught trying to buy weapons and explosives to the ones that get away with it for years(unibomber and such).
 
2013-04-24 03:43:35 PM  

Astorix: This whole situation is BS. These guys have been on the RCMP's radar for SEVERAL years and they were conveniently arrested the day PM Harper wanted to pass his anti terror bill. Look up thestar.com an editorial begins with the sentence "Surprise, surprise...." the editorial tells you everything you needed to know. Plus Al Qaeda is mostly Sunni Muslims and Iran Shia. Harper hates Iran because he was a Bush lap dog and wishes he were an American.

Take this with a grain of salt. Not saying these guys are being railroaded. They are nuts but the timing stinks.


Actually it's turning out that the US government was pressuring the RCMP to NOT make the arrest because they wanted to continue watching them to gather more intelligence on any potential associates. After the bombing in Boston though the RCMP said f*ck it and reeled them in.

At least that's the current story. The idea that Harper made them haul them in to push his anti terror bill through is backwards. It seems more likely the arrests were going to be made anyway and Harper decided to capitalize on it. The bill had been sitting around for months with no movement. It's a really evil bill too. They can essentially haul anyone in and detain them for three days without charge then force them to answer questions and agree to 12 months of probation (again without charges). If they refuse the probation they can be jailed for 12 months.
 
2013-04-24 03:48:43 PM  
A stoning is a good start. But the judge should sentence them to a long hard a$$ raping in jail. Multiple times.

That seems like an appropriate punishment for them.
 
2013-04-24 03:54:42 PM  
The guy is not a Canadian citizen, he's a landed immigrant.  Technically when he signed the document he consented to abide by and be governed by the laws and those enforcing them.
If he tried this at Best Buy after agreeing to the extended warranty he'd be screwed!

/By clicking Yes you agree to the EULA and may begin downloading
//You can click NO
 
2013-04-24 04:00:12 PM  

here to help: At least that's the current story. The idea that Harper made them haul them in to push his anti terror bill through is backwards. It seems more likely the arrests were going to be made anyway and Harper decided to capitalize on it. The bill had been sitting around for months with no movement. It's a really evil bill too. They can essentially haul anyone in and detain them for three days without charge then force them to answer questions and agree to 12 months of probation (again without charges). If they refuse the probation they can be jailed for 12 months.


Well, I guess this means we won't be hearing any more of those holier-than-thou lectures from Canadian Farkers aboot how much more enlightened and progressive their country is compared to ours, eh? Right? RIGHT!?

/who am I kidding?
 
2013-04-24 04:00:54 PM  
Bondith:Are Canadian anti-terror efforts that good, or do we just have incompetent terrorists?

Probably has more to do with just not being that high of a priority. Why hit anything in Canada when the States, Satan of the World, is right there? Unless the objective is an actual purely Canadian political matter (for example, there is, or was, at least one paramilitary group for Quebec separation), you pretty much have to do some fast talking to convince anyone that a Canadian target has value over one in the States.
 
2013-04-24 04:01:28 PM  
Then let's ship him to Saudia Arabia and apply Sharia law to his unholy ass. I'll bring the popcorn and kick his head around like a football after they detach it from his skeevy scumbag body.

And I just wanted to thank Canadian Muslims for doing the right thing and turning this traitorous asshole into authorities. He would have harmed ALL of our people.
 
2013-04-24 04:03:01 PM  

Astorix: This whole situation is BS. These guys have been on the RCMP's radar for SEVERAL years and they were conveniently arrested the day PM Harper wanted to pass his anti terror bill. Look up thestar.com an editorial begins with the sentence "Surprise, surprise...." the editorial tells you everything you needed to know. Plus Al Qaeda is mostly Sunni Muslims and Iran Shia. Harper hates Iran because he was a Bush lap dog and wishes he were an American.

Take this with a grain of salt. Not saying these guys are being railroaded. They are nuts but the timing stinks.


Do you know they make 200ft rolls of tinfoil now? It's true. I just bought some at XS Cargo. Just saying, it'd probably go around your head a couple of times.
 
2013-04-24 04:03:25 PM  

Bondith: Astorix: This whole situation is BS. These guys have been on the RCMP's radar for SEVERAL years and they were conveniently arrested the day PM Harper wanted to pass his anti terror bill. Look up thestar.com an editorial begins with the sentence "Surprise, surprise...." the editorial tells you everything you needed to know. Plus Al Qaeda is mostly Sunni Muslims and Iran Shia. Harper hates Iran because he was a Bush lap dog and wishes he were an American.

Take this with a grain of salt. Not saying these guys are being railroaded. They are nuts but the timing stinks.

I see what you did there.

I seem to recall the last home-grown terrorism plot required the RCMP mole to lead them by the hand to the point where they could actually be arrested for something.
I think that was the same crowd who had as a member a private in the Canadian Forces.  He turned up for parade wearing a non-regulation beard.  His RSM demanded to know what was going on, and he said "I'm Muslim, my religion requires it" or something.  The best part was the RSM's reply: "I'm a Muslim too, and you're full of shiat."

Then there was the Millennium Bomber, who managed to get arrested at the border before he got anywhere near his target.

Are Canadian anti-terror efforts that good, or do we just have incompetent terrorists?


I dunno. The underwear bomber still wins out for incompetence.
 
2013-04-24 04:08:01 PM  

here to help: Astorix: This whole situation is BS. These guys have been on the RCMP's radar for SEVERAL years and they were conveniently arrested the day PM Harper wanted to pass his anti terror bill. Look up thestar.com an editorial begins with the sentence "Surprise, surprise...." the editorial tells you everything you needed to know. Plus Al Qaeda is mostly Sunni Muslims and Iran Shia. Harper hates Iran because he was a Bush lap dog and wishes he were an American.

Take this with a grain of salt. Not saying these guys are being railroaded. They are nuts but the timing stinks.

Actually it's turning out that the US government was pressuring the RCMP to NOT make the arrest because they wanted to continue watching them to gather more intelligence on any potential associates. After the bombing in Boston though the RCMP said f*ck it and reeled them in.

At least that's the current story. The idea that Harper made them haul them in to push his anti terror bill through is backwards. It seems more likely the arrests were going to be made anyway and Harper decided to capitalize on it. The bill had been sitting around for months with no movement. It's a really evil bill too. They can essentially haul anyone in and detain them for three days without charge then force them to answer questions and agree to 12 months of probation (again without charges). If they refuse the probation they can be jailed for 12 months.


Agreed that this is an evil bill. Harper lite Homeland Security style trampling on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
 
2013-04-24 04:09:21 PM  
I do not recognize Subby's headline, as it is not Holy.

Also, it was not the headline I submitted, though it contains at least 80-90% of what I said.

/sweet, bitter headline rage.
 
2013-04-24 04:11:30 PM  

Stone Meadow: Well, I guess this means we won't be hearing any more of those holier-than-thou lectures from Canadian Farkers aboot how much more enlightened and progressive their country is compared to ours, eh? Right? RIGHT!?


Are you retarded?  Just checking, so I get it right when I favourite you.
 
2013-04-24 04:12:09 PM  

Stone Meadow: Well, I guess this means we won't be hearing any more of those holier-than-thou lectures from Canadian Farkers aboot how much more enlightened and progressive their country is compared to ours, eh? Right? RIGHT!?

/who am I kidding?


Canada's Charter of Rights has always been a lot weaker as far as protecting its citizens than the US bill of rights/constitution. However most of that holier than thou stuff is justified by the actions of its citizens and how most Canadian governments have respected its citizens and the rest of the world. What you are seeing now is a very heavy handed government who have no problem screwing anyone over just to remain in power and squelch dissent. That said this bill was an old set of laws enacted by the Chretien government (Liberal party) as a response to 9/11 and sunsetted in 2007 (I think). It was never used and got voted down last time it came up. It's not really a very Canadian type of thing and considering all of the terror plots that have been thwarted without it (including the guys in TFA) many are considering it unnecessary. It's really weird watching how all this is going down.

Canuckistan... more interesting than you think.
 
2013-04-24 04:13:04 PM  

indarwinsshadow: Astorix: This whole situation is BS. These guys have been on the RCMP's radar for SEVERAL years and they were conveniently arrested the day PM Harper wanted to pass his anti terror bill. Look up thestar.com an editorial begins with the sentence "Surprise, surprise...." the editorial tells you everything you needed to know. Plus Al Qaeda is mostly Sunni Muslims and Iran Shia. Harper hates Iran because he was a Bush lap dog and wishes he were an American.

Take this with a grain of salt. Not saying these guys are being railroaded. They are nuts but the timing stinks.

Do you know they make 200ft rolls of tinfoil now? It's true. I just bought some at XS Cargo. Just saying, it'd probably go around your head a couple of times.


Ummm. I don't buy tin foil but since you know all about it...
 
2013-04-24 04:15:30 PM  

indarwinsshadow: Then let's ship him to Saudia Arabia and apply Sharia law to his unholy ass. I'll bring the popcorn and kick his head around like a football after they detach it from his skeevy scumbag body.

And I just wanted to thank Canadian Muslims for doing the right thing and turning this traitorous asshole into authorities. He would have harmed ALL of our people.


Make sure the popcorn is halal before you bring it to the Kingdom.
 
2013-04-24 04:16:31 PM  

Astorix: Look up thestar.com ... editorial


I'd rather not.
 
2013-04-24 04:16:47 PM  

indarwinsshadow: And I just wanted to thank Canadian Muslims for doing the right thing and turning this traitorous asshole into authorities. He would have harmed ALL of our people.



Agreed on this portion of your post -- Good on those in the Muslim community who are finally standing up to do the right thing and who are actually, you know, trying to be part of a society.

However while I applaud the efforts of the Muslim community, and I would love to shake the hand of the one with the clackers big enough to turn these morons in, I have to remind myself that they still believe that their prophet (pbuh) flew up in to heaven on a winged horse......   In this day and age, this is the stuff we're dealing with.
 
2013-04-24 04:21:44 PM  

Astorix: indarwinsshadow: Astorix: This whole situation is BS. These guys have been on the RCMP's radar for SEVERAL years and they were conveniently arrested the day PM Harper wanted to pass his anti terror bill. Look up thestar.com an editorial begins with the sentence "Surprise, surprise...." the editorial tells you everything you needed to know. Plus Al Qaeda is mostly Sunni Muslims and Iran Shia. Harper hates Iran because he was a Bush lap dog and wishes he were an American.

Take this with a grain of salt. Not saying these guys are being railroaded. They are nuts but the timing stinks.

Do you know they make 200ft rolls of tinfoil now? It's true. I just bought some at XS Cargo. Just saying, it'd probably go around your head a couple of times.

Ummm. I don't buy tin foil but since you know all about it...


He's usually a rather smart poster but when Canadian politics comes up it becomes quite apparent he's a Sun reader. They never should have struck down the law that made it illegal for news outlets to spread false information. The CRTC did that specifically at the request of Sun media and Canadian journalism has gone completely downhill from there... as has the usually mundane but intelligent discourse of Canadian politics.
 
2013-04-24 04:23:02 PM  
Mutinous Astronaut: "NO MAN CAN JUDGE ME!"

Archer: "Heh, well, you say that..."
 
2013-04-24 04:27:07 PM  

here to help: He's usually a rather smart poster but when Canadian politics comes up it becomes quite apparent he's a Sun reader. They never should have struck down the law that made it illegal for news outlets to spread false information. The CRTC did that specifically at the request of Sun media and Canadian journalism has gone completely downhill from there... as has the usually mundane but intelligent discourse of Canadian politics.


One should be wary of any newspapers credibility when their main claim to fame is a scantily clad stripper on the back of the sports pages, and has Ezra Levant and Mark Steyn as contributors.
 
2013-04-24 04:33:11 PM  

Resolute: Astorix: Look up thestar.com ... editorial

I'd rather not.


The Star is not great but it beats the Spec and as for the Sun, I wouldn't line a bird cage with that rag.
 
2013-04-24 04:34:35 PM  

strathcona: One should be wary of any newspapers credibility when their main claim to fame is a scantily clad stripper on the back of the sports pages, and has Ezra Levant and Mark Steyn as contributors.


I never really paid much attention to Sun media until I heard about that law being struck down but it piqued my curiosity because I guess I like to read propaganda from various places to see the agendas of the manipulators are. That Ezra person has really stood out as a very hateful and deceitful person. What really strikes me about Sun media is the reader comments. A LOT of hate there and many of it seems like blatant shilling. Stuff that I could never imagine an average Canadian saying. Perhaps that's what's underneath that polite and tolerant veneer but some of those comments would make a klansman blush. Brutal.
 
2013-04-24 04:37:54 PM  

strathcona: here to help: He's usually a rather smart poster but when Canadian politics comes up it becomes quite apparent he's a Sun reader. They never should have struck down the law that made it illegal for news outlets to spread false information. The CRTC did that specifically at the request of Sun media and Canadian journalism has gone completely downhill from there... as has the usually mundane but intelligent discourse of Canadian politics.

One should be wary of any newspapers credibility when their main claim to fame is a scantily clad stripper on the back of the sports pages, and has Ezra Levant and Mark Steyn as contributors.


Hell, just reporting hockey as front page news makes them suspect (I realise that statement could get me lynched if Canadians were into that sort of thing).

I had a phone solicitor call me and try to sell me a subscription to the Sun.  I told her "No thanks, I'd prefer to subscribe to a real paper."

The Province in BC is almost as bad.  It seems like any paper that folds like a magazine rather than a newspaper is automatically suspect.
 
2013-04-24 04:40:36 PM  

Bondith: I had a phone solicitor call me and try to sell me a subscription to the Sun. I told her "No thanks, I'd prefer to subscribe to a real paper."


I work at the U of A, and they've been trying unsuccessfully to give the Sun away in the SU for years.
 
2013-04-24 04:42:09 PM  

here to help: strathcona: One should be wary of any newspapers credibility when their main claim to fame is a scantily clad stripper on the back of the sports pages, and has Ezra Levant and Mark Steyn as contributors.

I never really paid much attention to Sun media until I heard about that law being struck down but it piqued my curiosity because I guess I like to read propaganda from various places to see the agendas of the manipulators are. That Ezra person has really stood out as a very hateful and deceitful person. What really strikes me about Sun media is the reader comments. A LOT of hate there and many of it seems like blatant shilling. Stuff that I could never imagine an average Canadian saying. Perhaps that's what's underneath that polite and tolerant veneer but some of those comments would make a klansman blush. Brutal.


Well retardation isn't limited to US conservatives.
 
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