• simus1

    The Dhaka Tribune is an interesting read.
    Reminds of decades ago when Canada had a couple of real newspapers.

    • Now we have TorPostarCeeb Media

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I’m dyslexic.
        I read that as Toronto porn star media.

  • Ho Hum

    “Diversity is our strength”

  • Cat-astrophe

    CTV news last night described him as more of a hostage who got mixed up in the events by happenchance.
    What do you think?
    Was he wearing a burkini?

    • This one is actually “Canadian”, he was born here and lead the Muslims who carried out the attack.

      The other guy you refer to is Tahmid Khan a permanent resident who is, despite being shown holding a gun while chatting with the terrorists, we are lead to believe innocent, though Bangladesh authorities continue to question him.


      • Cat-astrophe

        Thanks for the clarification, I missed the “two” person involved somehow. The news I watched totally ignored the other, or made the report so it seemed to indicate the same person, and yes it was the permanent resident.
        I will have to pay better attention to the propaganda machine to not fall into confusion so easily, comrade.

  • ismiselemeas

    A Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian.

  • Spatchcocked

    Mental illness…..he was under the influence of a mental infirmity…..caused no doubt by being raised in a racist Canada.

    How can we make amends? …perhaps Jean Cretin will fly over to Shitstan and explain this misunderstanding and perhaps buy forgiveness on behalf of Canada.

    Jean is a whiz at this kind of shit…….plus it looks like another potential venue for Brigadier Goodale’s peacekeepers to me…

    I’m getting a migraine in my arse….does this ever happen to anyone else?

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Only when I’ve had too much to dream last night.

  • tom_billesley

    No wonder his father got out of Bangladesh. His grandfather was a member of a “peace committee”. These committees were set up by supporters of Pakistan against the Indian-supported Bangladesh separatists in the “liberation war” of 1971. They regarded the secession as anti-Islamic and were linked with the Jamaat-e-Islami party and Razakar auxiliary brigades attached to the Pakistani army. They were anything but peaceful, being involved in detention, torture and killings.