Hey! PM Useful Idiot! “Refugee” kids’ scream “Muslims rule the world” while choking grade 3 girl

Update: The Chronicle Herald as feared, has without explanation edited the story of any “unfavourable references” to Islam such as formerly contained in the quote below.

I made a point last night of saving the article in its original form for posterity fearing just such cowardice by the “press” read about it here.

Parents worried over “Refugee” kids’ brutality at Chebucto Heights Elementary School

“Missy 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.”

h/t Ugly Hockey Sweater & Mrs. Beardsley

  • Denis

    the parents en masse should approach the principal and tell him that they want protection for their kids or he is charged when something happens.

    • The parents should demand the refugees be sent back to their apartments in Lebanon etc. On PM Useful Idiot’s dime

      • Liberal Progressive

        But shouldn’t a liberal like Justin demand justice and get the Grade 3 girl toapologize to the boys for her white privilege and the history of western colonalism and for her to be put in special classes to learn about why she needs to apologize for all white privilege?

        • Of course he will!

        • Kathy Prendergast

          If these (presumably, as the painfully politically correct article doesn’t even say) are Syrian kids, many Syrians are as white as your average Euro-Canadian, in Vancouver there are a bunch of them staying at a motel on my bus route so I see them often, so pulling the “white privilege” crap won’t work in this case. More likely they’ll accuse the girl of Islamophobia. Or maybe the poor dears got triggered by the fact that she wasn’t wearing a hijab.

    • Kathy Prendergast

      I remember when a third grade boy at my elementary school (he was in my younger sister’s class) was being regularly bullied to the extreme by two or three other boys in his class, not just at school but on the way home too, the boy’s father came to the school, went directly to their classroom, and demanded to be allowed to “talk” to the boys in question in the hallway. And by God, the teacher let him. My sister told me about it afterward. The way she described it, he was so angry nearly every kid in the class almost wet their pants in fear. When the bullies left the classroom, one of them closed the door behind him. The father must have been told that he had to keep the door open while he was talking with them, presumably so the teacher could monitor what was going on, because the second the boy closed it, the father slammed it open again with such fury that it banged against the wall and left a dent. The kids of course could hear every word he said to the bullies in the hall. I don’t think those boys ever bothered this man’s son again, nor did any other kid in the class. They may not have respected him any more than before, but they sure as hell respected his father.

  • The MSM will declare that it is OUR fault since WE did not do enough to integrate and make the newly arrived feel more welcome.

    • No doubt they will suffer further trauma from the Islamophobic backlash at their hateful Islamic violence.

  • HALIFAX — Concerned parents are reporting incidents of violence by refugee students at Chebucto Heights Elementary School.

    Reports of students choking, pushing, slapping and verbally abusing their fellow classmates are causing parents to worry about the school’s disciplinary action.

    “There has always been some fighting and bickering going on at the school but never to this degree,” said Missy, the mother of two children who attend Chebucto Heights. She asked to be referred to by her nickname for this story.

    Missy 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. School staff intervened, but to her knowledge, the students were not disciplined further.

    According to the Halifax Regional School Board, refugees began registering at Chebucto Heights, located in the Cowie Hill neighbourhood of Halifax, in mid-February.

    School board spokesman Doug Hadley said, as of last week, there are currently 252 refugee students enrolled in the region, with another 71 waiting on settlement of permanent housing.

    Missy’s son, who is in Grade 5, has also been the subject of rough play on the soccer field. During games, refugee students reportedly take their thumb and slide it across their neck from left to right while staring into the eyes of their competitor; imitating the slicing of the throat.

    Missy said the school’s response to this and other on-field violence was to cancel intramurals and soccer. But cancelling of recreational activity is not beneficial to students like Missy’s son who has ADHD and relies heavily on physical activity.

    “Soccer is what gets my son through the day,” she said.

    When asked about the violence at Chebucto Heights, Hadley said he couldn’t confirm whether an individual student had been involved in any behaviour that broke the board’s code of conduct.

    He said there’s no connection between the cancellation of extracurricular activities and any violent behaviour. “There’s a term teacher at Chebucto Heights that is finished their term in the next week or so, and they just finished the unit on soccer,” he said. Intramurals will resume in May when the next term teacher begins.

    Another mother, who asked not to be named, said her daughter was slapped after she and a classmate disagreed in the schoolyard. Her daughter reported the incident to her teacher.

    “The school didn’t even call me to let me know.”

    She called and left a message, but said no one has returned her call. She said her daughter begs not to go to school because of the persistent bullying.

    A language barrier could be a factor. Many refugee families do not speak English and integrating students into a primarily English speaking environment is bound to cause a few problems.

    Parents worried over school kids’ brutality at Chebucto Heights Elementary School

    Missy suggests having an interpreter on staff to help new students understand curriculum or the reason for disciplinary action. “I’m all for the transition,” said Missy.

    “I just think there should be people in the school to help and guide them.”

    The school board says there are currently 19.5 English as a second language teachers working in regional schools. “We have a long history of welcoming newcomers all over the world to Nova Scotia,” said Hadley. He encourages an open stream of communication between the school staff, students and parents.

    “It doesn’t matter if the student is new to Canada or if they have been in school for many years in our system,” said Hadley. “Schools would address it no matter who the child is the same way.”


    • why did you post that in discussion thread. makes discussion hard to read so long.

      • Because I fear that article may be disappeared.

        • if you think the article will disappear. Then. Good idea.

        • lolwut?

          I posted it here: http://archive.is

          If anyone knows more of these post them.

        • Good idea to save controversial articles to disc as well. I actually saved about 5 years of articles, including the entire comment sections, to disc. Really didn’t require much disc space especially if you strip the advertising — I think I only used about a gig, all totaled. And with the new terabyte drives running about $100/per tera, it increasingly makes sense — enough disc space to last a lifetime for a $100 investment.

          I don’t trust “the cloud” to keep my information forever…

          • I pdf’d it for posterity as well.

          • JoKeR

            I used to save the Toronto Star for my posterior but found out they were unfounded fears I would run out of toilet paper. Never mind my a$$ is too good for the Red Star!

          • Extra work, but worth it — I think the “handwriting is on the wall” as far as the future of internet censorship.

            FYI, mozilla has a couple nice little mhtml (*.mht) archiving converter plug-ins that can automatically strip advertising. Although they recommend doing virus/malware checks on the resulting archive (something you should do with anything you save to disc anyway).

          • I have >10 T and am running out of space.

          • You must be saving movies! My son has so many that he’s way beyond the terabyte — they haven’t invented a disc large enough yet to contain it all. Has it all stored on thousands of DVDs — what if there’s a fire or flood? Bad storage plan, imo.

        • Ann

          You were correct. The Chronicle Herald has altered the article.

          • LairdKintyre

            Truly amazing. Isnt it? Doublethink in action. George Orwell wrote about this in “1984”. We are seeing it in action today in Canada. Afterall as dear leader Trudeau is wont to say, “its 2016”.

          • LairdKintyre

            I’m glad to see there are a whole lot of folks. Yours trully included. Who arent letting this story die.

          • Kathy Prendergast

            Yes, I just looked at it again and noticed that the reference to the boys saying “Muslims rule the world!” while they choked the girl is no longer there.

      • The comment should collapse after a couple of paragraphs.

        • but when you open to read it, you have to reload page to get to collapse again.

  • k2

    Nova Scotia (and Halifax in particular) is a progressive, liberal shithole of a province; they wanted their damn “refugees”: I hope they drown in them.

    • If I didn’t live here I’d be inclined to agree. Sometime after 9/11 somebody apparently made the genius decision to start importing tonnes of Muslims.

      • K2

        I got away 12 years ago but my parents and sister still live there (Cole Harbor). The Halifax I knew when I was growing up – a rather nice place to be a child at that time – has disappeared or is close to doing so. I go back to visit of course, but I don’t like to: I find it depressing to see the changes.

        • k1962

          Same with Windsor, Ontario and soon the rest of Canada.

          • Achmed

            Windsor and Brampton are already ours and Toronto is next!

            If it wasn’t for the drop in oil and gas prices Qatar would have bought Toronto’s CN Tower and turned into into the world tallest minaret from which the Adhan could be announced so it could be heard all the way to Yonge and Bloor.

          • They won’t buy the CN tower, they’ll likely smash a plane into it first to bring it down. It’s a penis thing — Muslims view the tallest structures in the West as phallic symbols and a threat to their cowardly manhood. That’s why Dubai and Saudi Arabia immediately began construction of the tallest buildings in the world immediately following the collapse of the twin towers in NY — they are now ranked 1st and 3rd in the world respectively. It’s penis inferiority.

            (I personally prefer to live in buildings that don’t surpass three floors — and my dick is yuge, Achmed!)

          • John

            Did you know Achmed that a group of Muslim scientists recently announced they were building the world’s biggest microchip?

            Who says Muslims never invent anything!

        • disqusW6sf

          It is depressing.

          • DavidinNorthBurnaby

            Not going to happen. You might have to move.

          • disqusW6sf

            Ellesmere Island! Good idea.

      • k1962

        Same thing happened in the U.S. Talk about not acting logically…

      • Maurixio Garciasanchez

        Miss you need to have patience and patience pays off .

    • LairdKintyre

      I grew up in NovaScotia. And that is the problem, the people are too friendly. By NovaScotian standards, the folks back home would consider me a Fascist for holding the conservative views that I do.

      • Ann

        That is very true. Nova Scotians don’t like you to say things that might offend. It’s well intentioned but it’s a form of censorship in the sense you are expected to be ‘nice’ and not say ‘bad’ things. It’s very hard to hold certain opinions without being viewed negatively. This means we can’t have frank discussions about the problems we are facing. It’s a recipe for disaster.

        • LairdKintyre

          I grew up in CapeBreton. Very friendly people. A lot more “clannish”. Well, being mostly Scots, we invented the word. Family, community were always foremost and first. However, we were always welcoming and friendly to newcomers and strangers. It may prove to be our undoing. I wonder if any of the refuggees are getting settled in CapeBreton. Somehow, I doubt it. Same towns, too few good jobs. Probably think its not good enough for the likes of them.

          • adam

            Scandinavians were very welcoming, too. Now, Sweden is on the road to becoming a Muslim country. The more welcoming, the more refugees you’ll get and the sooner you’ll have to leave.

    • Ann

      I live here and I agree. And it’s getting worse. I was very surprised the local newspaper published that article. Didn’t have to wait long for them to alter it.

      • Kathy Prendergast

        How did they alter it?

  • simus1

    Probably just a misunderstanding of traditional syrian practices.
    Maybe they were just trying to show the other kids
    how their older siblings “do” one of their sisters of a similar age.

  • k1962

    Oh my G-d, the little beasts from the middle east aren’t behaving normally. Who would have guessed?

    • I’m shocked!

      • Exile1981

        I have a bet going with my wife on how long till one of the syrian refugees kills someone in Canada. I figure before the end of the year…. she thinks it’s likely already happened and the media and gov’t hid it.

        • LairdKintyre

          I’m with you on that, its already being reported the Government is busy covering up migrant crimes like assaults and rapes just in past couple months. I wouldnt be surprised in the slightest that before the year is out one of our real Canadians will pay the ultimate price at the hands of a Syrian refugee, all for little Justins folly.

          • Makes sense to me. Especially since our Minister of Defense has declared that Islamic terrorism is caused by global warming!

            BTW, has anyone yet to hear a terrorist shout “I’m doing this for Mother Earth!”? Maybe Greenpeace will pick up on the idea and strap on suicide belts. 😉

    • Alain

      No, they are behaving normally. Their normal is not our normal, something the Left refuses to recognise.

  • David Smith

    During games, refugee students reportedly take their thumb and slide it across their neck from left to right while staring into the eyes of their competitor; imitating the slicing of the throat.

    Sort of like the favourite toronto maple leaf muslim

    • Gee, I wonder what the common denominator is?

      • simus1

        Eid el Adha should be a particularly colourful bit of multicult this year.
        Farm kids with pet sheep or even more numerous stock on hand who attend “diverse schools” might want to be very discreet about who is aware of their assets.

    • Kathy Prendergast

      I’ve seen several videos of the migrant invaders in Europe doing that throat-slitting gesture, even the youngest ones. It seems to be a reflexive thing the moment they notice a camera is pointed at them. Just to show how peaceful, friendly, and grateful they are, I suppose.

  • Well she’s going to have to be stoned now.

    • DavidinNorthBurnaby

      Or married off to a middle aged cousin. Shariah for Canerduh now! I for one welcome our new Muslim overlords./sarc

  • bargogx1

    The governments of all countries that are bringing in these massess should just ‘fess up and admit that if compromising the safety of their citizens is the price they have to pay for bringing them in, they are perfectly willing to pay it. They might as well come right out and admit it, their actions are saying it loud and clear anyway.

    • PM Useful idiot is on the record as saying an act of terrorism would still mean it was all worth it – he is that stupid, that callous and that narcissistic.

      • Kathy Prendergast

        “All worth it” presumably as long as it doesn’t kill him, or one of his children. Or maybe it still would be. What he’d really find unforgivable though would be an attack that didn’t kill him but ruined his boyish good looks. Or to paraphrase the old joke about actors, “Not my face! I’m a drama teacher!” Then he’d morph into his own evil warmongering jihadist-ass-kicking twin, like Canada’s very own Moshe Dayan, only scarier to look at. It’s a nice fantasy, anyway.

  • Martin B

    Nothing says “Rule the World” like choking little girls.

    • They teach their children well. Islamic supremacism 101.

    • pdxnag

      It gives kids practice.

  • lolwut?

    Are these part of the new 25,000?

    • No idea.

      • kkruger71

        And no reporter will dare ask.

    • LairdKintyre

      Part of the new 25000? Absolutely. I’d wager a months pay on it. Double or nothing.

    • Makes little difference at this point — Truedope and McDrunkard are already heavily leaning in the direction of private sponsorship rather than Gov, something that Harper was doing all along. Truedope is realizing that his white elephant was a disaster, but rather than admit he was a brainless dork and he seriously maligned and disrespected an experienced elder Statesman like Harper, the plagiarist will likely pretend it was his idea in the first place.

    • Ann

      Most likely as they registered at the school in February. I did not see this for myself, but I was told a school in Eastern Passage, Dartmouth has English and Arabic signage on the doors for the ‘refugees.’

      • Kathy Prendergast

        Is it so difficult to learn to read a few simple English words like “Enter” and “Exit”?

        • DavidinNorthBurnaby

          Difficult? No. More like “beneath them”.

    • Kathy Prendergast

      Probably. The report says that most of these kids can barely speak English yet.

    • mycattitude .

      It has to be since they don’t speak english. Has anyone here seen the Rebel Media coverage. They sent a reporter to Halifax and interviewed the families. Not enough interpreters was part of the story. I see regressives in other threads denying that choking boy would have said, “muslims rule the world” because they don’t speak english. Funny that I’ve seen plenty of CBC heartwarming, welcoming the refugee stories where a number of Syrian families did speak english, sometimes very well.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Notice how tastefully the “M” word is not included in the headline, nor indeed, anywhere near the lede. Now, consider what the difference would be if this were, oh, say, Jooish or Christian kids doing this.

  • ontario john

    Maybe the were just traumatized by the burning down of that mosque in Peterborough and the thousands killed there. I guess Trudeau will have make a return trip.

  • Rule 2: The second generation is worse than the first.

    • I wonder where the little jihadis learned such despicable behavior?

      • DavidinNorthBurnaby

        Mmmm… Islam?

  • Bubba2 Butane

    Time for parents to get out the 12 gauges and deer rifles and ‘do the right thing’… but the maritimes went solid Turdo to hold on to their Lotto 10/52… work 10 weeks seasonally collect the dole for 52. Lazy shites too pathetic to save their own asses.

  • lolwut?

    I hope this story is real, it does seem a little off, but if it’s real the sooner this shit starts to happen the better.

    • It is genuine.

      • lolwut?

        I mean the version these anonymous parents give.

        I’d love for it to be real, but if it’s not and gets wide coverage as is
        then it could blow back..

        Names would be nice so they could be contacted.

        • lolwut?

          The Herald is also going through a strike right now which can lead to nasty crap being done to damage a businesses reputation.

    • mycattitude .

      The story is real, and Rebel Media covered it after they pulled the story. Lool up RB’s story, they sent a reporter to Halifax and did a series of interiews w/ the families of the bullied kids.

  • mauser 98

    can find no CBC , CTV report of this

    • CBC is too busy wiping their face.

    • DavidinNorthBurnaby

      Nothing on the MSM in Vancouver, radio or TV. I’m absolutely shocked!

  • Ron MacDonald

    The parents should be calling newspapers across the country.

    • Alain

      I agree but wager none of the papers would take it on.

    • LairdKintyre

      I tried posting the link in the comments section of CBC News. They deleted my post. Worth a shot however.

      • DavidinNorthBurnaby

        You want to be careful, the way things are going you’re going to get a knock on the door one of these nights.

      • lolwut?

        Like it or not, A Facebook account is handy for posting links on news sites that use it. ie, the National Post.

        Just don’t bother filling in the details, though putting in “Works at the CBC” is great for trolling SJW’s who rush to the phone to call them
        and try and get you fired.

        I currently have BLM Toronto trying to get my ass fired at the CBC.


        • DavidinNorthBurnaby


  • Alain

    Clear-thinking people already knew this kind of thing would happen and much worse yet to come. Yet not a single contender for the leadership of the CPC has addressed the elephant in the room. I shall never again donate to any party until there is one with the courage and honesty to address this travesty.

    • Canadian Conservatives have gone the way of the American GOP (‘cept worse than the U.S. as far as free speech is concerned). Everybody is a professional politician — it’s a means of employment now. The concept of the “public servant” is in danger of disappearing forever. There’s a reason why we decided to call people with Government portfolios “Ministers” and our elected leaders and such “Honourables”– it was meant to convey their sacred duty to the citizenry. I don’t see that sense of duty anymore, recent exceptions being Ford and Trump (notwithstanding their flaws) they didn’t get into politics for the money, benefits, or to cow-tow to ideology.

      • Start with term limits, bust the public service unions, end crony capitalism.

    • And they never will, they are vote whores and cowards, I doubt the Cons will be getting my vote next election.

    • Maurixio Garciasanchez

      Well good luck and wait for decades , politicians now are corrupt 99 % of them .

    • Will Quest

      I call that ‘ elephant in the room ‘ the ‘ rotting corpse in the room ‘ !

  • LairdKintyre

    Its finally happened. I knew it would. Jihadhi violence has desecrated my old beloved home province of NovaScotia. How dare they?

  • dance…dancetotheradio


  • LairdKintyre

    Doesnt surprise me at all. I’m a former NovaScotian. I now live in BC. Last Ramadan, a muslim boy in my daughters grade one class, passed out some Ramadan info and a welcome to islam package to each kid in class, all put togeather by his mom. I was shocked, and I wasnt the only one. If I did something like that as a RomanCatholic, I’d be charged. Noone said a thing about it. Didnt want to be called racist, I guess. Though how you can be racist against a religion still boggles me.

    • We are governed by deceitful idiots.

    • Kathy Prendergast

      You really have to say something about it to the school, and get other concerned parents behind you too. Make it clear that this is not about Islam but about the use of a public school to proselytize a religion to others. actions like this one by this Muslim mother are not about “cultural exchange” at all. I they were, she would have sent her kid to school with traditional snacks to share with his class. The reason so many of them are getting away with this s**t is because Canadians are just too nice to do anything about it. I live in BC and if I had kids I wouldn’t let them near a public school; from everything I can see they are useless leeches on taxpayers’ money that provide virtually no practical education (my niece, who has a higher than average IQ and no learning disabilities to speak of, couldn’t read until she was 8, and then only after extensive home direct instruction and drills by her mom, because they still use this ridiculous “child-centered / whole language” approach to reading in schools which doesn’t work with the majority of kids.) They are full of political indoctrination and not much else. I would homeschool or send my kids to private schools, whatever the cost.

  • Miss Trixie

    We keep telling you but you aren’t LISTENING. For G*d’s sake, put aside the lie that all cultures are equal because it’s going to get a lot of innocents killed. Do you have the courage to stand by and protect your young ones before another Rotherham slithers into Halifax? It’s already started in Mississauga and I wouldn’t be surprised to know this evil exists in Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria … etc., etc.,

    Enough. I want my country back!

  • LairdKintyre

    Check out the recent updated version of the story. The Herald deleted everything about the”chain” and the “muslims rule the world” line. Anyone surprised ? I’m not.

  • Kathy Prendergast

    Expect many more of these problems to arise. I know people who have lived in Arab countries and they all say that Arab male children can be exceptionally hard to manage because they are not disciplined for aggressive, confrontational, and bullying behaviour the way Western boys are. Schools there are much tougher on kids, are usually segregated from the earliest grades, and the teachers of boys – more often men, I would assume – keep them under control by physical punishment, or at least the threat of it. Boys like this entering a typical Canadian school where corporal punishment is unheard of and most of the teachers are female and often very young too are disasters waiting to happen. They have no respect for women to begin with, other than perhaps their own mothers, and at home they probably get away with hitting and bullying their younger siblings too. Canadians who applauded the decision to take in these people, most of whom of course are not real “refugees” at all as they were living perfectly safely in Turkey before they came here, may find themselves frequently surprised at how different this culture really is. This is a culture that sees niceness as weakness, and the only greater shame to a family than having an immoral daughter is having a “weak” son. A colleague I know who had lived in Jordan said she was often criticised by Arab parents for scolding her son when he misbehaved in public, because what she (as would most Western parents) construed as unacceptably belligerent, disrespectful,or unkind behaviour, such as shouting at his sisters, refusing to say please or thank you, grabbing things, pushing, throwing things, damaging others’ property, mistreating animals, etc., they just saw as as normal high spirits. Of course, they had a completely different standard for girls.

    • Schools in Ontario already accommodate the Islamists by ensuring junior is taught by men only and that the holocaust is not taught at all.

      • DavidinNorthBurnaby

        Sickening. It would take the masses rising up to stop this, but alas, the Canerdian sheeple are far too well trained for that.

  • John

    Last December two French Canadian students were stabbed at a college in Montréal by a group of belligerent Muslims who’d taken over a part of the college library. To my knowledge none were charged.

    • DavidinNorthBurnaby

      And don’t hold your breath waiting for charges.

  • Update: The Chronicle Herald as feared, has without explanation edited the story of any “unfavourable references” to Islam such as formerly contained in the quote below.

    I made a point last night of saving the article in its original form for posterity fearing just such cowardice by the “press” read about it here.


  • Pam Neufeld