I was just reading this rather apocalyptic, depressing article from Gatestone about Europe when I noticed a little tid bit.
Has there been ANY mainstream Canadian media coverage of the suspected culprit in the Amanda Todd cyber bullying case?
"In the Netherlands, Interior Minister Ronald Plasterk and Rob
Bertholee, the head of the Dutch intelligence agency AIVD, on April 23
presented the AIVD annual report for 2013.
The report says that more than 100 Dutch citizens or residents
travelled to Syria in 2013 with the intention of taking part in jihadist
"Meanwhile, police said they had arrested a 35-year-old Dutch-Turkish national
named Aydin Coban in the case of a Canadian teenager who was
blackmailed after exposing herself in front of a webcam. The 15-year-old
girl, Amanda Todd, later committed suicide after detailing her
harassment on a YouTube video
watched by millions around the world. Dutch prosecutors said the man is
suspected of blackmailing girls in Britain, the Netherlands and the
United States. Canadian police said they would seek extradition."
This article from HuffPo Canada seems to be one of the only articles that mentions those details.
It seems then, that the anti-bullying campaign should be primarily focused against Turkish Muslims getting their kicks grooming and engaging with teenage kufar teens on the Internet.
NOT regular teenagers.
Of course that disrupts the "anti-bullying" narrative and industry.