Thanks for pointing out that the proper and legal name of Marc Lepine was Gamil Gharbi. It made me realize that I had never focused on the name of the perpetrator of the Montreal massacre in 1989. However, there are other, far more important aspects of the Montreal massacre. One, of course, is that the Montreal massacre could well be regarded as a terrorist attack by an Islamic jihadist whose parents (most likely his mother) had converted him to Catholicism.
The redfems claim that Gamil Gharbi’s killing of the 14 women in Montreal in 1989 was motivated by his hatred for his father. That claim requires a large stretch of the imagination. After all, Gamil Gharbi’s suicide note mentions that,
I have decided to send the feminists, who have always ruined my life, to their Maker. For seven years life has brought me no joy and being totally blasé, I have decided to put an end to those viragos.
There has never been a satisfactory solution to a problem by only treating its symptoms. The fundamental causes of Gamil Gharbi’s dissatisfaction were that feminists had always ruined his life, and that something happened seven years before his murder/suicide had caused him to lose all joy in life. I don’t recall anyone ever exposing the fundamental causes of those two major problem symptoms. After all, Gamil Gharbi was seven years old when his father left (allegedly left, that is. Gamil Gharbi’s father was more likely expunged from his family, the probability of that being on average about 85 percent for [divorcing or separating] families with children in Canada).
It is highly probable that what made Gamil Gharbi hate his father was not so much the father’s actions as it was the brainwashing that his mother subjected him to after his father had been forced out of his family.
However, that does not explain what happened to Gamil Gharbi seven years before he wrote his suicide note. At that time Gamil Gharbi was 18 years old. I doubt it very much that at that time it was that the vague, fuzzy and fading memories of a seven-year-old about his father suddenly began to control the life of the 18-year-old young man that boy had become during the preceding 11 years, so as to — out of the blue — prevent him from experiencing any joy at all.
Sadly, Gamil Gharbi was a very confused young man. After all, in his hatred for feminists he falsely assumed that all feminists are women.
There never were two separate sorts of fascists, female and male, two separate sorts of communists, male and female. There certainly never was only a female variety of feminists. (Source: How to create a new social order, March 11, 2007)
Aside from all of that, the major moderating influence, the male role model of the father, was missing in Gamil Gharbi’s life. Gamil Gharbi was raised without it and turned out to be flawed, predictably, just like many other assassins and mass murderers before him and for the very same reason: father absence, better but not quite correctly know as fatherlessness.
The preceding comments are very specific to Gamil Gharbi’s murder/suicide, but there is another aspect of the Montreal massacre that is important as well. Far from being the worst mass murder in Canadian history, it is only a distant third in rank in Canada.
There were two other massacres in the not-so-distant past that were considerably greater calamities. Both had women participating as perpetrators, and one, claiming 40 times as many victims than the Montreal massacre did, had women as the sole perpetrators.
The worst recorded mass-murders in Canada’s history involved women as perpetrators, such as the women guilty of causing the deaths of 400 to 600 small children, the case of The Butterbox Children in Nova Scotia, from the late 1920s through at least the late 1940s.There was another case that, even though it received much notoriety in the media at the time and actually involved more victims than the Montreal Massacre, is not ever being mentioned by feminist propagandists.
Joseph-Alberta Guay devised a plan to get rid of his wife. With the help of Genereux Ruest, an employee with a talent for mechanical work, he designed and constructed a timed bomb.On 9 September 1949, he convinced Rita (his wife) to fly to Baie-Comeau to pick up some items for the store and, at the airport, took out an additional insurance policy on his wife in the amount of $10,000. Before the Canadian Pacific Airlines DC-3 left the ground, Ruests sister, Marguerite Pitre, air-freighted a package containing the bomb and it was placed in the forward baggage compartment.
The bomb exploded 41 miles into the trip, killing all 23 people on board.
Pitre confessed ten days after the explosion while in the hospital recovering from a suicide attempt. Guay, Ruest, and Pitre were arrested and eventually hanged for their crimes. At the time, it was the worst mass murder in North America.
(More at: Barbara Kay about Marc Lepine (not his real name) and the Montreal Massacre, December 8, 2006)
The assertion that that crime was the worst mass murder in North America is false, as false as the assertion that we hear very frequently that only men commit mass murders.
People like Jack the Ripper (he killed five prostitutes) are the stuff of movie after movie, book after book, headline-story after headline story in the papers. People like Jane Toppan (an American nurse and contemporary of Jack the Ripper) who killed as many as or more than 90 patients for no other reason than that she wanted to set a record, and like Countess Elizabeth Bathory [1560 – August 1614, she killed, by torturing them to death, about 610 to 650 girls and young women –depending on source. –WHS] are forgotten, as is the fact that the vast majority of serious or fatal family violence victims fell victim to women’s violence and also the fact that the vast majority of serial killers is female.
Yes, that is right, because the largest single group of victims of violence in families, children, is not even counted in the tally of victims of women’s violence. We just don’t want to know, because we, that is, the feminists, want men to be seen as being bad and want women to have victim status. That works well. In propaganda, perception is everything, and the truth is nothing. (More at The Bloody and Deadly Countess Elizabeth Bathory)
The redfem propagandists forgot to mention all of that, so much so that all of the media have been flummoxed and their attention properly diverted to where the redfems point them, but that should not surprise anyone. The redfem propagandists are good at what they do, and what they do is to have very selective memories. For anyone wishing to learn the truth, “herstory” is not a good substitute for real history, and, given enough time, all of the media will learn to recognize that fact.