13 September 2006

Who was Gamil Gharbi?

As news of another Montreal shooting incident breaks, there will be the inevitable comparisons to Gamil Gharbi.

Who's that, you say? Gamil who? It's not surprising that name doesn't ring a bell... the politically correct mainstream media in Canada wouldn't touch this fact with somebody elses ten-foot pole.

Marc Lépine (October 26, 1964 – December 6, 1989) was a Canadian mass murderer who killed 14 women in what is known as the École Polytechnique massacre.

Born Gamil Gharbi, the son of an Algerian Muslim immigrant Liess Gharbi and Québécoise Monique Lépine, he grew up in a poor and extremely dysfunctional household in Montreal.
Let's not forget that the whole "Farmer Bob Rifle Registry" was a 2 billion dollar Liberal publicity stunt concocted to surf the tidal wave of outrage caused by this sociopath murdering 14 young women in Montreal.

No matter that it was a total waste of money that demonstrably failed to prevent a single death since it's inception. The two things this boondoggle accomplished were publicity for the Libs and the transfer of hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars to Liberal friendly corporations.

It is almost too obvious to state, that the problem we have here is not about inanimate objects, but with criminals... damaged individuals who chose to inflict pain & death on others for their own twisted reasons.

As Licia Corbella wrote in an excellent article in the Calgary Sun, Gharbi/ Lepine was "Not one of us". He wasn't a hunter, farmer or gun collector, but the product of an abusive, misogynistic father. This so obviously affected young Gamil that, at 18 years of age, he legally changed his name, trying to erase the bad juju his father had inflicted on his family. Gamil's sister Nadia was similarly affected by her violent upbringing... she ended up dying of a drug overdose.

Those inconvenient details apparently didn't matter to the mainstream media or the Liberals. It's a lot easier to screech & wail about the object this psychopath used to commit the murders, than to examine the man himself. If he had chosen to run these women down with a car that night, would the Liberal Party have spent over a billion taxpayer dollars to try ban, let's say... Volkswagen Jettas?

They're loony enough, maybe they would have.

UPDATE: Cop craps on gun registry
Retired Montreal Police Det.-Sgt. Roger Granger said Gill's pursuit of legally registered weapons followed a similar pattern used by Marc Lepine, who killed 14 women at the city's polytechnic school in 1989.

Granger, who investigated that slaughter, said the federal gun registry, created by the Liberals under former prime minister Jean Chretien, is "totally ineffective."
SIDENOTE: Mark Steyn reprises Gamil Gharbi
M. Lepine was born Gamil Gharbi, the son of an Algerian Muslim wife-beater, whose brutalized spouse told the court at their divorce hearing that her husband "had a total disdain for women and believed they were intended only to serve men." At 18, young Gamil took his mother's maiden name. The Gazette in Montreal mentioned this in its immediate reports of the massacre. The name "Gamil Gharbi" has not sullied its pages in the 12 years since.

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4 comments:

Feynman and Coulter's Love Child said...

Sadly, while I know that Marc Lepine has a Muslim real name, I can never actually remember it, and have to run to Google every time I want to write on the subject. Oddly annoying.

'Natch, the name "Wendy Culkier" is stuck in my brain and won't get out.

dag said...

Hello, I thank you after the fact for the Mark Steyn piece above. I might post it as well at Covenant Zone.

Good to see you again.

Regards, Dag.

Neo Conservative said...

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"dag said... I might post it"

please do... let's get the truth out there.

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dag said...

I'll post tomorrow at Covenant Zone. I put up your work at my own site, No Dhimmitude, and I think I made mention of your blog last year on this topic. Meanwhile, Downtown Eastside Enquirer has also got the story up and running. In time I'm sure it will be common knowledge that Gamil Gharbi is Marc Lepine.

A Google search gives me 376,000 hits for Marc Lepine.

Let's see what I get for Gamil Gharbi.

Oh, now that's interesting. I see that we get 815 hits for Gamil Gharbi. Looks like we have some work to do.