Saturday, November 21, 2015

'Angry,' post-Paris thoughts

I have to say, I am quite impressed by the media's ability to churn out pieces of propaganda so quickly, even in the wake of a terror attack that killed nearly 140 and injured dozens of scores of others.
Last Friday, a millennial got in a cab in New York and the cab driver, an adherent to the "religion of peace," started weeping, saying that he hadn't had a fare for hours. The 23-year-old taxi passenger wrote on his Twitter that he was sorry—oh, so sorry—that other people had been "looking at him with fear or anger" during his shift. The young hippie added that the ride "was the saddest moment I've experienced as apart [sic] of the human race. Please, stop generalizing ppl [sic]."
You've heard this story, I take it? It certainly made all the rounds. The squeaky wheels always somehow manage to find the grease. But have you heard about the New York City Muslim cab driver who assaulted a Jewish passenger? You have to go to an Israeli or Jewish news site to read that one.
On November 16, Moshe Indig got a cab home to Brooklyn. When the driver dropped him off, after previously telling him off for speaking Hebrew during a call on his cell phone, he got out of the car, followed Indig and started punching him in the head.
"I was immediately concerned that he might have a knife or some other weapon," Indig said, "so I hit him forcefully. He grabbed my kippah and my cell phone and ran away."
You didn't hear about this? Hmmm. Doesn't follow the media's narrative, don'tcha know. Whatever you do, ppl, don't generalize.
Then there's the "heartbreaking" story of a hijab-wearing woman who was denied entry into Zara, a clothing store chain, in Paris, a city that had just been attacked by Islamic radicals. The security guard warned her that her headdress violated the store's policy which also doesn't allow for "baseball caps, hats, beanies, ski masks and scarves". The woman insisted on shopping, but the security guard told her, in so many words, Look, ma'am, I don't make the rules. I'm just here to enforce them.
You know what's coming next, don't you? Zara fired the security guard, apologized grovellingly to the woman and her family, saying that the security officer was out of line. The family, reportedly, was satisfied with the action taken.
Dear reader, I'll be honest, because I've absolutely had it. There's no point to this blog if I won't say what I really think and feel. So here goes: The incident at the Parisian Zara store was a set-up. It was designed to create a controversy so that a Muslim could scream, "Look at the prejudice, oh Allah! The Islamophobia!" If these people are not terrorists, then they deliberately create trouble just to make life for the rest of us, we kaffir, that bit more difficult. That security officer would probably have grabbed me by the collar and shuffled me out if I'd insisted on shopping with my Red Sox cap on. Would my family get a sincerely delivered apology? Would I have received compensation? Would John Henry have backed me up? Hello? Anyone out there?
These Muslim layabouts in our midst are every bit as bad as the Black Lives Matter (Only When White People are Involved) twats. Act disgustingly, disturb the peace, fail to show respect, threaten people even. And when the racist, brutality-embracing policeman arrives and does what his job requires him to do, said police officer gets fired by the milquetoast police department in charge of him. See how this works? I'm a minority, so I'll create a scene and when shit goes down, I'll cry racism or Islamophobia or whatever and you, you racist fucktards, can stuff that in your pipe and smoke it.
Speaking of cops, I would like to pay my deepest respect to Diesel, the K-9 officer who entered the apartment in Saint Denis only to encounter that truly vile piece of human trash, if ever there was one, who blew herself up. Diesel was a hero, valued member of the force and died in the line of duty. Why they can't use robots in these situations, like the Israeli army does, instead of imperiling a life, human or animal, is beyond me. Diesel means more to me than any of these terrorist/trouble-making VERMIN all over the place, with their paranoia, their complaints, their hypocrisy and their hair-trigger sensitivities. I repeat, I've had it.

 
Diesel, the Paris police dog. Regarded as a hero of the early-morning Paris siege, and rightly so.

I've gotta say, though, I hope that man they dragged out of the rubble with his filthy ass on display is so tortured, so fearful of Allah's wrath that he was caught naked, that he kills himself. Yeah, I said it. So what? One less savage cockroach in the world, only 1 billion left to go.
Oh, by the way, Michelle? Good move with the Conga dancing in the White House while Paris suffers. You couldn't have thought up a better if subtle way to slap the French and other freedom-loving people than this. No "Je suis Parisien" for her. Or that useless piece of luggage she owns, known to us as POTUS.
And yet, despite all this nonsense, there are people who think Christians in America are the threat to their ways of life. I'm serious. Why? Because they finally stood up and got heard regarding the constant debasement of Christmas given Starbucks's decision to go with a plain red takeaway cup for "the holidays". Don't these Christians know that they are hated and that they should just shut the hell up? Who gave these people free speech rights? Keep silent, don't make a fuss, keep taking it on the chin, let your businesses be shut down or serve jail-time for not following "the law"—as determined by one whack-job in a black robe—and maybe, maybe the American public will consider you decent and acceptable. A good Christian is one that knows his or her place, you see.

 
Speak up against this and be regarded as a domestic terrorist.

Perhaps Starbucks should have made the cups green and printed "Allah akbar" on them. I guarantee you, no-one in the media or the intelligentsia would have raised a stink over that. And your average citizen-moron, ever at the ready with their neutral and tolerant "Happy Holidays," would think Starbucks was the most diversity-supporting corporation in existence.
In fact, I can hear it now: "Oh, the cups are green, Bobby. How pretty! Oh, what's this written here? 'Allah akbar'? Oh, my, Bobby, isn't that great?! It's so, like, inclusive! I'll have to see if they have any similar holiday tree ornaments. Let's go to the food court at the mall, I have to try the new Whopper."
Now then, unless you've been caged-up for the past few months—and if so, better get used to it—you're aware that one of the biggest topics of the day involves the "Syrian refugees", a completely made-up, liberal-manufactured term, that the ├╝bermensch, as Michael Savage would put it, in the Oval Office will do nothing to stem the tide of. A population, by the way, that I would have no trouble whatsoever in telling, "You're not coming in, I don't care what you've been through. Go home. Fuck off!" There is no database with which to "vet" these people, and yet they're coming in by the hundreds of thousands anyway.
Paul Ryan, the new derpy-looking RINO House Speaker, foisted upon us just the way Courage the (Drunk) Cowardly Dog, a.k.a. Bonehead, was, may have won a veto-proof measure requiring stringent background checks. Big whoop.
I fail to see the sense in this when no infrastructure exists with which to check these invaders, who, incidentally, are not the harmless "widows and orphans" that Bozo the big-eared White House clown alleges, but are 95 percent strong, military-age men. Diesel was killed by a female Muslim, no? So even if they were just "widows" entering the country, we are to believe we're in no danger?
Ryan, however, is a pro-amnesty guy. Can we trust his judgment, especially when he seems insistent on taking care of this business now, rather than attaching these refugee concerns as riders on the December 11 omnibus bill? Fishface, a.ka. Mitch "The Squish" McConnell says "controversial" riders will be considered in the bill they submit to Obama. Well, I have to say, it'd be the first time these boobs have ever had the mind-blowing courage to risk a government shutdown. You know about the impending government shutdown, right? Why, it's the end of the world. How can you even compare the potential terrorist threat inherent in letting in "Syrian refugees" with that of a government shutdown? The latter is far worse, don't you see?
Paul Ryan, you are a phony. Yet another charlatan among the many in power.
These people on Capitol Hill are cowards, mes amis. I beseech you to never forget that. The Daily Caller's Matt K. Lewis may think Paul Ryan "rose to the occasion" with his veto-proof majority and warns against "lunatics" who "want to make conservatism fringy, angry, and exclusive." Well, I proudly proclaim myself a lunatic. I want it to be angry, so it ensures exclusiveness, so it ensures our national survival. Got that, Mr. Lewis, you jackass? I don't want one Muslim "refugee" coming in to my country. That's right, I said, mine. Because I worked and paid taxes and contributed to the society during my time there. I don't want any more damn trigger-happy layabouts coming in. Ryan may think it's showing compassion and that "that's not who we are" with regard to excluding any of them.  I profoundly disagree. If that makes me "angry and exclusive," so be it. I'm not so sure we are "fringy". Folks like Matt Lewis are in for a shocker if Donald Trump takes the reins. He'll find out what a majority looks like, once those rose-colored glasses are whacked off his face.

2 comments:

goddessdivine said...

All it takes is one. ONE terrorist to get through and wreak havoc. These libs just don't get it.

Nightdragon said...

I don't think anything will ever wake them up. If they do get woken up, it'll be very temporary before political correctness blinds them all over again. They are truly very mentally ill people. Just look at Barry O., Bernie Sanders or Jeremy Corbyn here in the U.K., these men are dangerously idealistic and delusional, they honestly think this world can be a utopia if only they and their robotic minions are in power. I'd add Hilary Clinton to that list, only I think she will say anything just as long as it maintains her power and money-making abilities. If the wind blows right, she'll go right; if the wind blows left, she'll blow left. Can't trust that one to have an honest, constructive opinion on anything.