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‘A soldier for freedom and truth’

Haaris Khan is a complete jackass: Student investigated for hateful tweets

Canada (via Instapundit):

The McGill administration is currently investigating Haaris Khan, a McGill student who, using Twitter, threatened to shoot a roomful of other students last week at a campus film screening.

Khan made the threats at a screening of “Indoctrinate U,” a documentary, on March 8 hosted by Conservative McGill and Libertarian McGill. “I want to shoot everyone in this room,” he tweeted at one point during the film, adding, “I should have brought an M16.”

“I’ve infiltrated a Zionist meeting,” Khan wrote in his first tweet, at 6:04 p.m., shortly after the event began. “I feel like I’m at a Satanist ritual.”

“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.”

About half an hour into the screening, Khan’s tweets turned violent.

“My blood is boiling,” he wrote at 6:38 p.m. “I want to shoot everyone in this room. I’m frightened, alarmed, and downright pissed. Never been this angry.”

“This experience has hardened me into a soldier for freedom and truth,” Khan wrote about an hour later.

The next day he tweeted

The jihad begins today.

When turned in by, he said he didn’t mean any of it and he was just funning around. And that his sister-in-law is Jewish so he doesn’t even dislike Jews or anything. He isn’t terribly religious and claims not to have “much attachment to Islam.”

His texts, he claims, were “taken out of context.”

We’re just waiting to hear about the correct context that makes wanting to shoot up a room full of people with an automatic weapon okay.

Comments

  • Nadnerbus says:

    Guy I worked with was fired for writing in his Face Book status “Is it Ok to shoot customers or your coworkers?” or something to that effect. No doubt it was intended to be humorous and ironic, but I guess he forgot the “=)” and someone reported him. He was called into the office with police present, and was terminated on the spot. A bit harsh if you ask me, but there it was.

    This guy needs some diversity and tolerance seminars. He’s clearly too narrow minded and intolerant. Send him to the diversity claptrap that they make everyone in the business world attend in order to keep their jobs.

  • Alex Deley says:

    What I find really shocking is that you gun people can run around and pretend to be some kind of aggrieved afflicted group when basically, you almost always get your way:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/12/14/AR2010121406045.html?sid=ST2010121406431

    The NRA has completely gutted the ATF, and has shaped ATF policy. It has done this by spending hundreds of millions of dollars in lobbying and alarmism.

    Meanwhile idiotic gun laws in the US are continuing to fuel the open war between drug lords in Mexico who are using almost entirely American purchased ordinance.

    Lovely.

    • Murdoc says:

      Thanks for commenting Alex. What does that have to do with the topic? Focus, buddy. Focus.

      Speaking of the “idiotic gun laws in the US” and how the ATF has been “gutted” and how the drug lords in Mexico “are using almost entirely American purchased ordinance [sic]” you realize that that often-quoted 90% (or 80% more recently) number is a lie, right? That the real number of seized crime weapons in Mexico that can be traced back the US is 18%, right?

      Is 18% “almost entirely”? And that 18% includes weapons sold/given to the Mexican government that have been stolen by or sold to criminals. I think that 10% of them are in that category, but I can’t remember the number off the top of my head.

      Also, what about the guns intentionally sold illegally at the insistence of the ATF and then lost on the way to Mexico. Is that also the NRA’s fault?

  • Rick says:

    This guy Khan, looks to be another wannabe murderer like Chu or Loughner. Does he need to attack a “gun-free” zone so the tyrants can call for more useless regulations? The gun banners seem to want to stop violence before it happens by banning guns, but why not go after this guy instead? Don’t worry they won’t, they enjoy the blood dancing.

    As far as “the lobbyist” issue goes… WTF? There is nothing wrong with ANY lobbyist. The combined union lobbyists spend over 10 times more than the NRA! But lobbyists are NOT the problem. Everyone and every group has the RIGHT to have their voices heard! But only the lefty tyrants complain about, and try to silence, any opposing voices. That can come from nothing less than a diseased mind. The real problem is the politician himself that can be swayed into supporting bad laws. Gun rights are winning, not because of the NRA but because facts are on our side. Even a cursory break down of Alex Deley’s “facts” shows him to be ridiculous, he’s repeating debunked fake news to people that are paying attention!

    I think this is why they also want to regulate news, the internet and enact laws against free speech. With so much access to information, they no longer have total control and cannot craft their own “truth”.

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