Faisal Hussain: A Nut Case With No Connection to Terrorism

It’s official: the Toronto shooter was a culture-enricher named Faisal Hussain. I’m a WAYCIST, so all I can say is: “What did you expect?”

Now it’s time to dust off the media mantra. Everybody repeat after me: “A lone wolf with a history of psychological problems who was radicalized online, with no connection to terrorism.” Keep repeating that until your eyes glaze over and your brain’s higher functions shut down.

Then you will be well-equipped to add, without further prompting: “The incident had nothing to do with Islam.”

The shooter’s bereaved family has already started the ball rolling by issuing a press release about their late son’s psychological difficulties. Here’s the latest CBC report:

Faisal Hussain ID’d as Gunman in Deadly Danforth Shooting Attack

Faisal Hussain has been identified as the gunman in the deadly Danforth Avenue shooting rampage. He was 29 and lived in the Thorncliffe Park neighbhourhood of Toronto.

Family of 29-year-old shooter says he had severe mental health issues

Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) released Hussain’s identity on Monday evening, hours after he opened fire on a number of Danforth Avenue restaurants, killing two people and injuring 13 more.

Hussain, 29, then died of a gunshot wound after exchanging fire with Toronto police. The SIU is looking into whether Hussain was shot by police, or if he shot himself.

Earlier Monday, police executed a search warrant at Hussain’s residence, in the city’s Thorncliffe Park neighbourhood.

Hussain’s family issued an email statement to CBC Toronto saying they are devastated by what happened and suggested that their son was struggling with severe mental health challenges, including psychosis and depression.

“We are at a terrible loss for words but we must speak out to express our deepest condolences to the families who are now suffering on account of our son’s horrific actions,” the family’s statement said.

Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.

23 thoughts on “Faisal Hussain: A Nut Case With No Connection to Terrorism

  1. Two thoughts:

    1) of course he was mentally ill. He was a Muslim.
    2). Everything his family is saying is merely taqiya.

  2. ALL Muslims have severe mental health issues. We on the other hand are simply out of our minds.

  3. The money-controlled media is already spamming the, “mentally ill” excuse. They are also trying to conflate this shooter with the incels types like Elliot Rodgers.

  4. We need to make it a law if it is not already, that every member of the immigrant murderer‘s immediate and extended family will automatically be deported with no chance of legally appealing, etc. It does not matter if some of them have been here 20 years.

  5. Just went on Canadian newspapers – “comment section closed” or better yet no comment section at all where there is usually one.

    The English papers do the same B.S.

    Talk about an echo chamber.

    By the way the 9/11 jihadists, all of them, were mentally ill presumably.

    • well the were all boys driven to do what they did by poverty, as per. the democrat party-media complex.

    • That’s what I always say: the “mentally ill” excuse actually *is* accurate.

      It’s just that we need to go beyond and look into WHAT made them mentally ill.

  6. “The shooter’s bereaved family has already started the ball rolling by issuing a press release about their late son’s psychological difficulties.”

    The consumption of adrenaline-soaked meat helps maintain the Muslim’s psychosis. It’s what Devil-worshippers consume – the blood of animals deliberately made terrified.

    • Not sure about that; I have Jewish friends who keep kosher, and they don’t seem especially psychotic. Admittedly there is evidence that conditions in halal slaughterhouses can be unnecessarily cruel (I’ve seen video evidence, from the UK and Lebanon), but I still have doubts as to whether this is widespread.

  7. Islam is obviously a mental condition and anyone afflicted should be locked up immediately for their safety and ours.

  8. The “family’s e-mail statement” appears to have been written by someone else. Its style and the family’s likely communicative style don’t fit.

    • *The “family’s e-mail statement” appears to have been written by someone else. Its style and the family’s likely communicative style don’t fit.*

      To be more exact……

      “Shortly after the Ontario Special Investigations Unit revealed the identity of the Danforth shooter as 29-year-old Faisal Hussain, a news release was sent out to select media attributed to the “Hussain Family”. […]

      It was provided by Mohammed Hashim, a full-time organizer for the Toronto & York Region Labour Council. Social media accounts belonging to Hashim show him heavily involved in supporting NDP candidates both federally and provincially in Ontario. He’s also described as a driving force behind the National Council of Canadian Muslims.

      NCCM is CAIR’s Canadian branch, formerly called, CAIR-Canada.” (From Vlad Tepes)

  9. National Council of Canadian Muslims

    “The NCCM denounces this attack in the strongest possible terms. There can be no justification for such acts of brutal violence,” NCCM coordinator Leila Nasr said.

    So muslims knew Faisal Hussain as a muslim

    National Council of Canadian Muslims NCCM only denounces, condemns terror attacks, or any violence, if it is done by a muslim!
    No other violent incidents are mentioned unless done by a muslim.

    Then it is spun as mental problem, misunderstood, extremist, poverty, deprived, stress, post traumatic stress disorder, etc., etc..

    Then things are pointed out that it is the wider community causing the problem, by xenophobia, Islamophobia, alt right wing, nazi, etc. sparking only a defensive victimization from muslim communities.

    That safe guards are needed for muslims, like not talking about anything islamic, koranic, etc or Mohammad etc. to prevent a major back lash, or threats, to the followers of the so called very peaceful minded, that claims victory by terror, Mohammad as espoused in the koran, hadith and sira. 🙂 🙂

    His family community said they tried to get help for him to no effect.

    National Council of Canadian Muslims community recognize Faisal and his family as muslims.
    So did they attend mosque and refer to the imam about the life long 29 years of problems with Faisal?

    Did the imam in giving community help to Faisal in following Mohammad, the most “perfect man” by considering the deeds, actions and sayings. Advising of abrogation as found in the holy koran aided by supporting hadith and sira to gain full understanding of Mohammad’s intent?

    There are wonderful words of ‘wisdom’ from Mohammad a most ‘perfect man’ in how to achieve “jannah” (of spiritual peace and bliss in the next world) and how to save yourself from going to “jahannam”, (a most fearsome crazy horrific place of plaguing psychotic nightmares), and give ‘peace’ to many. // 🙂 🙂

  10. Mentally ill? Or merely ‘practicing his religion’ as commanded by the Quran,Suras and Hadieths .

  11. Oh brother.

    Now the controlled media is spamming the, “Authorities search for answers,” excuse.

  12. We will never know what mosque he went to, what sharia movies he had been watching, whether he ever shouted “Allahu Akbar!”, or whether he ever traveled to the Middle East. The Toronto police are going to bury this the way the Las Vegas police buried the Las Vegas shooter affair.

  13. I have to come here to find out his name. it hasn’t been reported in the democrat party-media complex yet, which means they were probably the first to know.

  14. So what if he IS mentally ill, I wouldn’t be surprised. The problem is that ‘severely mentally ill’ Muslims use their suicidal impulses to go the ‘great whorehouse in the sky’. Why off yourself for nothin’ when you can be at an endless ef-fest?

  15. That he has “mental health issues” so it’s not terrorism is a straw man argument. His victims are just as dead whether he was a terrorist or a nut-job.

    After 14 Centuries of inbreeding, many of them have mental health problems. Why are we importing so many of them and why do we keep using ‘mental health issues’ as an excuse?

  16. I wager there WAS some religious extremist motivation in his final “over the edge” decision to act. I also wager the press WILL try to keep that information obscured.

  17. It has been my experience when you try to have a conversation with someone to remove any ambiguity on a topic regarding what they are saying, if they are trying to be deceitful in any number of techniques they eventual get really angry eventually. I would think in this case sure it is true he has mental health issues and maybe he has for a long time but from information I saw in another story I have to wonder. What kind of parents send or allow their mentally ill son to go to Afghanistan and/or Pakistan. They were not sure where he had gone. And what kind of country (Canada) lets mentally ill people go to places like that?

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