Shiny Pony has lost his interest in "root causes"

Over in Toronto, unlike "lone wolf" cases like the Parliament Hill shooter or the Edmonton U-Haul drive-overs, this case of a single crazy guy killing people [despite, what nobody seems to have commented on, strict and getting-stricter gun control... -ed is clearly a wide-ranging conspiracy that is part of an even wider-ranging cultural problem.

Toronto faggot Arshy Mann has the details:
incel refers to involuntary celibate essentailly meaning that a person cant get laid because of their looks personality the incels make up one segment of the broader manosphere a collection of online masculinist communities that interplay with one another incel was a term actually coined by a queer Toronto woman in the 90s to give a name to how she was feeling at the time it morphed into something horrific i cant uninvent this word nor restrict it to the nicer people who need it

Please note as a quick aside that when it came to violent terrorism that NDP Leader Jasmeet this same poofter was all about the nuanced and detailed analysis of both sides:

These types of stories are rarely told in the Canadian press when the issues of the Punjab conflict or Khalistan are being debated. But NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has acknowledged that suffering in a way that makes many Canadian Sikhs feel heard. “Sadly, the pain and trauma of violence cannot be left behind in the country of origin,” Singh wrote in a Globe and Mail op-ed. “It was brought with them to Canada, as it affected the victims to their core.”

While it's tempting to pick on Mann, a hilariously named limp-wristed pansy who spends his time attacking Barabara Kay for daring to believe that men have human rights that should be recognized by society and governmental bodies, Rat Bastard 2.0's government has been ridiculously hypocritical that a single pillow biter who writes for XTra can only dream of achieving. The fact that a Toronto bulldyke coined the term that will be used to destroy her sad groups is a "fake news" level of boomerang branding, but otherwise not that exciting.

On one hand Shiny Pony wants G7 nations to respect the "woman's right to choose" (to murder innocents) at the same time he wouldn't dare suggest that Alek Minassian was exercising his "right to choose". That's a small level of irony.

But the bigger level has to come from the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing (which started the your town here-strong trend that irrationally combines tragic accidents like Humboldt with deliberate attacks like Toronto), and the infamous Shiny Pony quotes about terrorism...
Now, we don’t know now if it was terrorism or a single crazy or a domestic issue or a foreign issue,” he said. “But there is no question that this happened because there is someone who feels completely excluded. Completely at war with innocents. At war with a society. And our approach has to be, where do those tensions come from?

“Yes, there’s a need for security and response,” Trudeau added. “But we also need to make sure that as we go forward, that we don’t emphasize a culture of fear and mistrust. Because that ends up marginalizing even further those who already are feeling like they are enemies of society.”
So is the Shiny Pony going to put his money where his mouth is? (literally)

The Canadian government runs something called the Canada Centre for Community Engagement and Prevention of Violence primarily to bribe people (mainly those who come from countries where sex with goats is a valid solution to the "incel" problem) so that they don't blow shit up. Will that agency start providing services for Men's Rights Associations across the country?

Will the media cheerleaders like Andrew Coyne who trumpted his "root causes" talk as the wisdom Gotham City Needs If Not Deserves now similarly hold feet to the fire of beta losers like Arshy Mann or Justin Trudeau if they "emphasize a culture of fear and mistrust" against Men's Rights organizations? Where do these tensions come from?

We already know, of course, where these tensions come from. Women are much more restrictive in their choice of partners than men are, particularly in the early adult formative years. This giant gulf in the sexual dynamic between the sexes uses to be balanced out by the twin forces of religion (which mandates that sexual and romantic dynamics go hand in hand, which evened the odds a little) and the similarly imbalanced economic dynamic between the sexes. Women wanted good money and that could be found with a successful guy who didn't look like Hugh Jackman (though economics does play a role in that, too).

But now women can make good money. In fact, in Canada the same Trudeau government that isn't looking into the root causes of the Toronto attacker (who, unlike Muslim terrorists, is still only one guy on the entire planet) is similarly taking more and more action against companies that even legitimately pay men more than women for the same job. But they aren't doing the same thing with sex. When a man and a woman both interview to be a floor sweeper at Walmart it's illegal to offer him $18/hr and her $17.50. But when both that man and woman walk into a bar and she can pick up 95% of the guys in there and he's lucky to pick up 2% of the drunk girls at last call whose friends thought they already left and took a cab home, no government action is taken.

So the double standard is really what's sickening. A few dozen Muslims a year can commit terrorist acts across the West and we can't look into any pattern: one guy in Toronto does the same thing that one guy in Edmonton does, and suddenly "incel" is a thing that we need to Voxsplain and combat.

Charitably we can call it east-coast bias. Realistically we know what it is: Arshy Mann isn't the only one with a critical male aspect he isn't using correctly.