By John-Henry Westen

MONTREAL, September 19, 2006 ( – A psychological profile of Kimveer Gill, the man who opened fire at Dawson College last week killing one student and seriously injuring another 19 before killing himself, would reveal a man obsessed with death, but also someone who leaned heavily to the left. However, the extensive mainstream media coverage of the tragedy fails to point out this fact, an omission which comes as no surprise to Christian pro-family leaders.

Of the over two thousand stories published on the incident in the mainstream media none mention Gill’s dislike for “Republicans”, “God”, “F***ing Religious people who think they know everything”, “Catholics”, “Homophobes”. Many of those mainstream media stories did however mention other dislikes Gill mentioned on the same page of his website such as his dislike for “jocks” and “preps”.

Brian Rushfeldt of the Canada Family Action Coalition (CFAC) was not surprised by the mainstream media omission. Rushfeldt told that it was based either on “poor journalism, biased journalism or an effort to keep some issues out of public awareness.” Looking at the full list, said the CFAC leader, “you notice a pattern.” Rushfeldt noted, that while Gill said he dislikes Republicans, he did not mention disliking Liberals or Democrats, he listed ‘homophobes’ but not gays or homosexual activists.

On his web log on the site Gill posted a list of “dislikes” which has since been pulled from the website. has retained an original copy of Gill’s website from Google’s cache. In his extensive list of dislikes Gill included:

Animal Cruelty
  American Government
  Anyone Who Supports The American Government
  Capatalists (sic)
  F***ing Religious People Who Think They Know Everything…..And Then They Stick It In Your Face Cuz’ They Think They Know Everything (They Don’t Understand That They’re Just A Bunch Of Little Sheep)
  Church Going A**holes
  Bible Thumpping Know-It-Alls
  All Priests

“If we are worried about individuals who might do things like this,” said Rushfeldt we should know about them. By omitting his left-leaning stand, said Rushfeldt, “the media contributing to missing warning signs by not pointing out full facts.”