Thursday, June 30, 2016

Par For the Course

I just came upon this video. I think it speaks for itself.

15 comments:

  1. Nice find, Matt. What hypocrites.

    img:"http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y117/floranista/truth%20and%20the%20narrative_zpse4qujf24.jpg"

    The most recent available statistics (2013) by Canadian law enforcement show that there were 181 hate crimes perpetrated against Jews and 65 against Muslims, representing an estimated rate of 54.9% per 100,000 of the Jewish population as opposed to 6.2% per 100,000 of the Muslim population. Think about that for a minute. Almost 10 times more hate crimes per total population figures against Jews. But I'm willing to bet the number of concerned tweets from MPs was exactly ZERO for those hate crimes against the Jews while this article highlights 2 tweets about the alleged hate crime against the Muslim woman, i.e. "This deplorable act has no place in Canada" and "This is not the community I love - we must do better!".

    Of course, they may not know that the perpetrator was also most likely Muslim...when they get that news, I'm sure we'll hear the same response that we'd hear about hate crimes against Jews - crickets. "Oh...must have been a cultural misunderstanding! Never mind."

    Sickening.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Great comment florrie.

      Delete
    2. Excellent information and analysis florrie.

      Delete
    3. florie, analysis like yours is the reason the major news outlets are dying. That's what they're supposed to do, but they're not. As the guy in the video said, all the info is right there, but they're not looking for it - they're curiously incurious. I'm very grateful for people who actually dig a little.

      Delete
    4. I appreciate that, Lyana. Tom and I are always saying that the real dangers to our republic are from our traitorous, incurious and biased press.

      Delete
  2. That reminds me of news coverage in Seattle. If the Seattle Police were looking for a suspect, it was not unusual to hear on the news something along the lines of "The suspect is described as being 6 feet tall with brown eyes and black hair." What race? You KNOW what race because if he was white or Asian or Hispanic, he would have been described as such. If the race was not given, it meant one thing: he was black. And it would be oh-so-racist to say the suspect in a crime was black.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oh come on Matt, you don't know that. Just because the suspects names were Dy'arerea, La'vertree, Nawzeeus, and Ex'eema don't mean they be black. They dindonuffins.

      Delete
    2. -sniff- I'll go quietly to the re-education camp.

      NOT!

      Delete
    3. "Dy'arerea, La'vertree, Nawzeeus, and Ex'eema

      LMAO!!! The only thing missing is some random capitalization...

      Delete
    4. :)) Great names!

      If they don't list race/religion in the news story, you can bet your bottom dollar that the perp is a dindonuffin or a practitioner of the Religion of Pieces. Every. Stinkin'. Time.

      Delete
  3. And of course the woman who assaults this innocent, peace loving Muslim just HAPPENS to be wearing a Canada t-shirt. Gee, who called Central Casting?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. This is one example of MANY of the media controlling the narrative. Hell, not just the media, the police too!

      Great find Matt.

      Delete
    2. There are lots of Iranians who REALLY can't stand the ones who wrap in plastic bag from head to toe; they've come to this country and love it and the freedoms it allows. Not sure what happened here, but if she's only being charged with assault, sounds like there was play on both sides.

      Delete