Of course there was an ISIS flag-theatrical prop- found in the first vehicle.
Meme reinforcement : ISIS
Unsurprisingly, we have twin terror attacks, yes, because there were two claimed incidents!
Twin terror attacks are yet another familiar theme. Twin bombings. Twin towers. Twin terror attacks. Two incidents, in separate locations at separate times that he police have already determined are related and are TERROR.
Meme reinforcement: Twin terror
You will notice yet another meme, commonly presented, reinforcing previous, claimed “terror” attacks. This is a recent change. Likely intertwined with the push for acceptance of self driving cars/car sharing a change that will be necessary to control our every move. Which also, not coincidentally, works in sync with the bogus AGW psyop.. Bad people, you can't actually have your OWN vehicle. That's only for the elites!
Meme Reinforcement: Vehicles as Instruments of Terror
"It is believed at this time that these two incidents are related," Knecht said. "It was determined that these incidents are being investigated as acts of terrorism."So we must believe also? I don’t.
Always grandstanding Trudeau said Sunday that he was "deeply concerned and outraged" by the attack, while reinforcing the TERROR meme. Though the investigation is no where near finished we have already been presented with the State Approved Thought Control.
Appeal to Authority
"Our thoughts are with those injured, their family and friends, and all those affected by this senseless act of violence," Trudeau said in a statement, in which he also thanked first responders and law enforcement.
"While the investigation continues, early reports indicate that this is another example of the hate that we must remain ever vigilant against...
"We cannot -- and will not -- let violent extremism take root in our communities. We know that Canada's strength comes from our diversity, and we will not be cowed by those who seek to divide us or promote fear."The irony in Trudeau's words- The man who promotes fear as he seeks to divide us via his twisted identity politics agenda- Sheesh!
"While the Eskimos were battling the Winnipeg Blue Bombers inside the stadium, outside a white Chevy Malibu approached a traffic control post at a high speed.Viciously stabbing him? With what kind of knife? Let's define vicious? Since the officer was treated for non life threatening injuries.
Knecht said the car rammed through a barricade, throwing an officer about five metres into the air, then crashed into a police cruiser.
The driver hopped out and began "viciously" stabbing the officer with a knife before running away, Knecht said.
A manhunt was launched as the officer was taken to hospital and treated for non life-threatening injuries."
"Knecht said the Islamic State flag was found in the front seat of the car."Well that's convenient! So the police have a handy prop they can parade for the television cameras. Was the flag really there before the police "found" it in the car?
Cause the police would never plant incriminating evidence? Right?
"Then as fans were exiting the game, the police stopped a white van, the driver produced a suspicious licence and the police begin a hot pursuit- this is when pedestrians in the street, become involved.Wondering what would make the police stop a U Haul van when it had been a Chevy Malibu that had been used in the first alleged attack? Was this random? Were they checking every car?
“A few hours later, while fans filed out of the game and were re-routed around the crime scene, a U-Haul cube van was stopped at a checkstop north of downtown.
When the driver was asked for his licence, Knecht said the name on the identification was close to that of the registered owner of white Malibu.
When confronted, Knecht said the U-Haul sped off toward downtown with police cars in pursuit.
Was it just 'lucky' that they stopped this specific van, whose driver presented a licence with a name that was CLOSE to that of the registered owner of the white Malibu. Convenient, no?
And, so what if one name was close to another name? If someone names Jones owned one car and someone named Janes was driving another car would that be 'suspicious'? How about Brown and Browen? How about Clarck and Clack?
When is a name that is similar to another name suspicious vs not suspicious?
Additionally a drivers licence is photo ID so what's the deal with making this about a "close" but not exact name spelling?
"The van intentionally (?) swerved at pedestrians in crosswalks,(so the pedestrians were in the road) Knecht said. Four people were injured by the van. The extent of their injuries was not immediately known”Perpetrator known to law enforcement- Well, well, well... How very unsurprising.
Witnesses told local media they saw the suspect being pulled from the vehicle through the broken windshield and then placed in handcuffs.
The name of the suspect was not released. Knecht said he was known to police, but there was no warning for the attack"
The police admit the driver of the van was known to them?
How do they know him? Why do they know him?
Knecht said Edmonton police are working with the RCMP's Integrated National Security Enforcement Team and other Canadian security agencies.RCMP and CSIS, undoubtedly.
"We currently believe that this individual acted alone," he said.The police who are working with the RCMP and CSIS, which doesn't inspire confidence, are clearly suggesting the man driving the van and the vehicle are the same man. Which leads me to yet another question. If this perpetrator had ‘viciously stabbed” a police officer in the first incident, it seems sensible he’d have some blood on his clothes, right? Except that isn't mentioned in any of the reports that I’ve read. Curious. Are we to assume he went home and changed his clothes? Or are we talking two different persons, but, only one perpetrator being claimed- Because the licence identification was NOT the same...
CBC: As we reported earlier the perpetrator was known to authorities.
"The individual had apparently some appearance on a police watch list, but that is a detail of the investigation that the authorities will pursue in the appropriate way," Goodale said. "There are no conclusions that can be drawn at the current time."There is one conclusion that can be drawn. The perpetrator/patsy was known to the police- It's been stated as fact. In what way was he known is the question?
The man previously known to police is...
"Abdulahi Hasan Sharif is the man accused in the attacks, multiple sources tell CBC News.
"The 30-year-old suspect in the attacks was apprehended following a high-speed chase"There have been a number of issues raised, here in Canada, with regard to high speed chases resulting in civilian/pedestrian injury. If the police weren't engaging in high speed chases could the resulting civilian/pedestrian injuries have been avoided? Etc.,
The officer who was "viciously stabbed" allegedly by Abdulahi Hasan Sharif was alone at the time of the stabbing-
Officer was working aloneThe officer was working alone at the time of the attack, said Michael Elliott, vice president of the Alberta Federation of Police Associations and director of the Edmonton Police Association.
Normally officers work exclusively with partners, but exceptions are made when members are hired as security or traffic control officers for special events.
"A lot of questions have come up," said Elliiott. "People ask, why was this member alone?
Of course this is being called: 'A lone wolf attack'
"I wish to urge calm," Iveson told a news conference Sunday. "To the best of our knowledge this was a lone wolf attack.Meme reinforcement : Lone Wolf
On message- Did they coordinate in advance?
Notley said: "Hatred has no place in Alberta. It's not who we are. We are in this together and together we are stronger than any form of hate."
Trudeau said."While the investigation continues, early reports indicate that this is another example of the hate that we must remain ever vigilant against...
"We cannot — and will not — let violent extremism take root in our communities. We know that Canada's strength comes from our diversity, and we will not be cowed by those who seek to divide us or promote fear,"
Don't hate, cause it's really, really very bad. Except when the government tells you to hate? Then you must hate. But if the government says don't hate, then you must not hate.
But you must hate white people. And you must hate men. And hate christians, too.
I'm reminded of this bizarre Hillary Clinton quote that was applauded all over the place
"More women in politics is only way to get sexism out of politics": Hillary ClintonWhile reading that statement and it's positive presentation - I thought to myself... OK, so the way to get sexism out of politics is to get rid of men. More women/less men- And Hillary's statement wasn't sexist?! Not according to the adoring applauding dumbed down audience who went to hear this monster masquerading as a woman talk.
"the majority of them women. They roared in delight as Clinton spoke about her trials and tribulations, interrupting her frequently to voice approval, laugh or clap."
Brainless women- Grrrr.... You don't end sexism by being sexist and Hillary Clinton hasn't suffered any because of being a woman- She's a war criminal, psycho and evil. That's her problem!
Sorry for the brief rant, just an observation on the ever increasingly bizarre political statements pushed to manage perceptions .