Alek Minassian found guilty of 1st-degree murder in 2018 Toronto van attack.
As a trial in Toronto of a man accused ot running down and killing 10 people in 2018 continues, we are seeing various arguments about both the mental competence of the accused and whether his act could inspire others. Borealis sits down once again with incel specialist Naama Kates to look at what we can […]
As the trial of Alek Minassian gets underway doubt is raised as to whether he is mentally responsible. Borealis looks at why we should not call violent incels ‘terrorists’.
Many are discussing labelling misogyny as a primary motivator for terrorism. Borealis thinks this is a bad idea, have a listen to why.
Canadian intel specialist Phil Gurski, sits down to discuss the incelosphere and the recent decision by to add terrorism to the “incel-motivated” stabbing in Toronto.
It is simply too early to label incel violence ‘terrorism’ and we have other legal tools to deal with this hateful, misogynist phenomenon.
In this podcast, investigative journalist Naama Kates and intelligence analyst Phil Gurski dive deep inside the incel community.
It is still a debatable issue whether ‘incels’ are terrorists or just occasionally violent people, as is what is the best way to detect and stop them.
The debate over what to call terrorism is an eternal one. Where incels fit in, if they do, will also go on for a while.
A youth ‘incel’ in Toronto has been charged with terrorism for the killing of a woman at an erotic spa back in February. Is this the right charge? Is incel terrorism?