Sunday, November 15, 2015

Paris and the University of Missouri

This is one link I hope you will read in full. It expresses how I feel pretty well. Her language may be rough, but I get it.  I really do.

A couple pull quotes from this, but legally I am not allowed to cut and past the whole thing, it's not right.

It took more than 100 people to die in coordinated terrorist attacks
in one of the world’s most beloved cities for that nation’s leader to
close down the borders. Until then, every EU member nation buckled under
the pressure to allow hundreds of thousands of Middle Eastern refugees
to enter their borders. Sure many of these people are searching for a
safer, war-free life. Sure, Europe hands out benefits like candy – paid
by its residents – and the Europeans feel they have a duty to help those
in need. Europe is safe. Europe is generous. Europe is welcoming.

And Europe is paying for it.

There are a ton of military-aged males pouring into Europe. I will
even acknowledge that the majority of them are probably not jihadists.

But how many jihadists did it really take to commit these atrocities?
How many jihadists did it take to kill thousands of Americans on
September 11, 2001?

It’s not about how many. It’s about the fact that they are flooding
the borders, and there aren’t sufficient intelligence resources to run
background checks to ensure they don’t have terrorist connections. It’s
about the fact that the demand for Syrian passports is rampant, because
Syrian refugees are given priority entry, and black market Syrian
passports are being purchased like candy by anyone with money.

All it takes is a few. Of the hundreds of thousands of refugees
flooding Europe, it would only take a handful of jihadists to commit an
atrocity like the one that paralyzed France yesterday. How many? Ten?
Twenty? There were attacks with automatic weapons, and there were
explosions. Even if 100 people were involved in these heinous acts, it’s
only a tiny percentage of the hundreds of thousands of refugees who are
descending upon Europe.

A relatively small number of terrorists was able to kill more than
100 people. On September 11, 2001, just a couple of handfuls of
terrorists murdered thousands and destroyed thousands of lives. That’s
all it took. Just a few.

So while leftists screech
how we shouldn’t judge all Muslims by the actions of a few extremists,
and that the extremists are the very reasons those refugees are seeking

…they forget about the very real lives that were lost. They forget
about the terror that was perpetrated against thousands of innocent
people. They forget the families that were destroyed

And speaking of idiot political agendas…

The racist scumbags at Mizzou have taken their Special Snowflake Syndrome to a new, more disgusting level. Remember how the Uber Idiot at the Washington Post a few days ago tried to justify the abuse of a University of Missouri student journalist
by entitled, coddled, cowards? Remember how he claimed they were just
so traumatized by their alleged abuse because of their alleged skin
color by alleged racists at Mizzou for the alleged entirety of their
presence there, that they had to have a “safe space” the media just had
to respect?

Well, the media moved on, and that didn’t sit well with these
repugnant, attention whoring maggots. aren’t happy, because apparently
the attention from the media they claimed they needed “safe space” from –
the attention that they claim is a betrayal and doesn’t adequately pick
at their scabs – has shifted to true tragedy. And now
that they’re no longer in the spotlight, they are whining, moaning, and
complaining like the entitled, rotten infants that they are!

Black Lives Matter and Mizzou protesters responded to
the murder of scores of people in Paris at the hands of Islamic
extremists by complaining about losing the spotlight and saying their
“struggles” were being “erased.” Their struggles, remember, consist of a
poop swastika of unknown provenance and unsubstantiated claims of
racially-charged remarks somewhere near Missouri’s campus.

You gotta read this whole thing:

Paris | The Liberty Zone

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