December 13, 2015

Angela Merkel

Angela Merkel

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After black rioters tore Cincinnati to pieces in 2002, Federal Judge Susan Dlott was instrumental in propagating the idea that “racial profiling” was to blame for the fact that blacks”€”who are wildly overrepresented in all forms of violent crime”€”tend to have a lot of unpleasant encounters with police.

Earlier this month, when her $8 million home was invaded by three black males who assaulted her and threw her 79-year-old husband down the stairs, she escaped and phoned 911 to racially profile her attackers:

There’s three black men with guns at our house. My husband and the dogs are still there. There are three black men with guns and masks at the house.

Note that she felt the need to mention that they were black twice without being asked. Even George Zimmerman didn’t describe Trayvon Martin as “black” until a 911 dispatcher specifically asked him about Martin’s race. This lady seems pretty darned racist! Well, you know what they say”€”racists deserve everything bad that happens to them.

Meanwhile in Kentucky, a 32-year-old black man named Ronald Exantus has been accused of trespassing into a house, grabbing a butcher knife in the kitchen, and stabbing a six-year-old white boy to death as he slept.

A fifty-two-year-old man named Paul Wolscht has abandoned his wife and seven children because they simply will not accept the obvious fact that he is a six-year-old girl. He claims he is not only “transgender” but also “trans-aged.” In other words, he suffered the traumatizing double whammy of not only being assigned the wrong sex at birth, but also the wrong birthdate”€”which hospital workers got wrong by a staggering forty-six years!

It should be obvious why British feminist Julie Bindel is a lesbian”€”because she looks like a sullen warthog and no self-respecting heterosexual man would touch her with a ten-foot dildo.

In an interview from this past summer which just crossed our news desk, Bindel suggested that all men be placed in concentration camps. The interview was conducted by RadFem Collective, who call themselves “POSITIVELY REVOLTING WOMEN” without any apparent irony. Bindel told another revolting woman:

I mean, I would actually put them all in some kind of camp where they can all drive around in quad bikes, or bicycles, or white vans. I would give them a choice of vehicles to drive around with, give them no porn, they wouldn”€™t be able to fight “€“ we would have wardens, of course! Women who want to see their sons or male loved ones would be able to go and visit, or take them out like a library book, and then bring them back. 

The mainstream media is as flummoxed and flustered by Donald Trump as is the GOP establishment. They don’t seem to realize that every time they attempt to stab him to death, the monster grows yet larger and more menacing.

Ben Smith, editor of”€”which receives a staggering 100 million unique US visitors every month and is the planet’s eighth most-trafficked website”€”recently issued a memo to his staff claiming that it was perfectly fine to refer to Trump as a “mendacious racist”:

It is, for instance, entirely fair to call him a mendacious racist, as the politics team and others have reported clearly and aggressively: he’s out there saying things that are false, and running an overtly anti-Muslim campaign. BuzzFeed News’s reporting is rooted in facts, not opinion; these are facts.

Arianna Huffington, former beard to a homosexual congressman, announced last week that she was likewise encouraging her staff to refer to Trump as a “racist”:

We believe that the way we cover the campaign should reflect this shift. And part of that involves never failing to remind our audience who Trump is and what his campaign really represents….So if Trump’s words and actions are racist, we’ll call them racist. If they’re sexist, we’ll call them sexist. We won’t shrink from the truth or be distracted by the showmanship.

OK, you morons, listen up: The term “racist” is an ideologically loaded and notoriously fluid subjective term, so it cannot be proved as a “fact” whether someone is or isn’t a racist. Calling Donald Trump “mendacious” is an ad hominem attack, because even if he said something demonstrably false, there is no way to prove he knew it was false. Finally, Muslims aren’t a race, although they tend to be hostile toward white people. For the love of Edward R. Murrow, this is Journalism 101.


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