Montreal school blames racist death threats on Twitter

So, we have a racist sneak into documentary screened by a conservative group at McGill University in Montreal. The racist is not exactly a fan of the film, and starts live-Tweeting his thoughts during the presentation. The Tweets include specific threats to the audience.

What kind of threats you ask? How about wishing he had brought a M-16 to shoot the other people in the room. I really don’t care what the documentary was, but here is a little background from

The student, Haaris Khan, was watching a documentary screened by the Conservative Party’s campus arm, Conservative McGill, when he appeared to become increasingly agitated and expressed himself on Twitter using his BlackBerry.

“I’ve infiltrated a Zionist meeting. I feel like I’m at a Satanist ritual,” he allegedly wrote at the March 8th screening.

“I want to shoot everyone in this room,” another tweet said. “Never been this angry.”

The tweets call the documentary a “Zionist/Conservative propaganda film” and the gathering, which attracted about 20 students, “a secret Zionist convention.”

Then: “I should have brought an M16.”

Of course, the student is now under investigation and the above does not really surprise me one bit. What caught my eye was the comment from Morton Mendelson, deputy provost of student life and learning.

“It highlights the downside of social media,” he said, and “the ability of a single person who happens to be in a room somewhere to disseminate inappropriate, threatening messages to the world at large, and there are consequences to that.”

He continued: “We really have to be responsible in how we’re using the Internet and social media.”

So the problem is social media? Are you nuts? Quite the contrary deputy provost my boy. I love social media since it makes it a lot easier for us to pick out the problem children in the world who frequently hang out in gun-free zones while publishing their homicidal fantasies for the world to see.

I’d rather see these scumbags coming instead of being surprised thank you very much.

Keep Tweeting away you lunatics.


6 replies
  1. NH-Jim
    NH-Jim says:

    And, once again, the vitriol comes from the left and more importantly from islamic-extremist sympathizers like Mr. Kahn (even in Canada):

    From the <a title="Student Investigated for Hateful Tweets" href="http://media" rel="nofollow">McGill Tribune (March 14, 2011):

    "Oh man, a Muslim girl just appeared," he wrote in his next post. "I thought, like me, she's a freedom fighter. Unfortunately, she's a co-conspirator. Traitor."


    "This experience has hardened me into a soldier for freedom and truth," Khan wrote


    But at 1:14 p.m. the next day, Khan tweeted, "The jihad begins today."


    In a brief written statement to the Tribune, Everett [Dean of Students]said the administration had investigated the matter and was taking appropriate disciplinary action.

    "It was determined that there was no need to advise the community of the matter because there was no danger posed to the community," she said.


    Could the same have been surmised about Jared Loughner

  2. Eric
    Eric says:

    There are two kinds of people in this world. There's the totalitarian liberal and then there's the rest of us. This jerk was obviously one of the former. They're ALWAYS preaching tolerance, but they have no tolerance for anyone who disagrees with them. Such a pinhead!

  3. Shared Sacrifice
    Shared Sacrifice says:

    This movie, "Indoctrinate U",  has got to be a must see!  College is a glory hole of illiberal hypocrisy.  I'd like to go back to college- womens' studies this time…  My thesis: "Get Over It!", I'd pen an episodic play entitled, "The Misogynist Monologues", and I'd minor in art with Serrano-style works where Obama is immersed in a vial of urine!


  4. winnie888
    winnie888 says:

    *tweet! tweet*  Keep singing away, you violent, liberal fanatics…eventually you will all out yourselves making it easier for us to know who you are.  Wonder what the outcome would have been if this had happened here in the U.S.?  I'm sure we would have looked into his childhood, blamed his parents, claimed he had been bullied, followed up by a seminar to educate the "zionists" about cultural sensitivity.  And then, after finding out that he was the child of illegal immigrants, we would have offered him free/reduced cost education.  Ain't it grand?

  5. BEA
    BEA says:

    Yea…it's not the twisted, sick, violent, hateful, evil thoughts in his head that are the problem…it's the piece of electronics he's holding in his hand. Gaaaaagh, gimme a break!!!

  6. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    Tweets are the new "Saturday Night specials" for lefties.  Tweets don't kill people, people kill people.


    Get the feeling that the tweet/facebook revolution in the Middle East has them a little worried?

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