Jean-Claude Rochefort, 60, is accused of uttering threats against women from April to December 2009. He has already been charged with possessing an illegal firearm.
Rochefort created a website where authorities say he posted hateful, aggressive and menacing comments about women. Rochefort also referred to Marc Lepine, the gunman who killed 14 women at Montreal's École Polytechnique in 1989, as "Saint Marc."
One image shows the Montreal university with the caption "Where it all started."
Another caption says "where it could happen again, with the right people and the right equipment."
Rocherfort has said his website is "humorous," and that feminists made a hero out of the Polytechnique shooter by constantly talking about the tragedy.
Oh yeah. Humour. Just a joke. Haha.
Meanwhile, we feminazis can't win for losing. According to this busted men's rights maroon, we made a hero out of the murderer of 14 women while according to her, her and him, we are perpetrators of some sort of ''misandric'' ''death cult'' if we dare mention that there are some bonafide women-haters out there and maybe they should have to register their guns?
No no. We should just shut up our big fat feminist mouths now and go away.
But, no, there's no woman-hating out there, is there?