Monday, February 09, 2015

ISIS in Michigan

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"Dearborn Welcomes Christians"
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(This is an older video, but that's really not what's important.) A group of Christians held up Christian signs at a "festival" in Dearborn. They were pelted with rocks, bottles and worse. The behavior of the Dearborn Policeand Sheriff's Dept. is particularly disturbing (watch to the end and see just how police manpower is deployed, and just whose side the cops are on). Skoonj and  Tarlowe Show

A couple of things I noticed and would like to point out:

The Christian group showed enormous restraint; everything about their
presence and their behavior was passive; they weren't marching or preaching,
they were just standing there holding signs.

The young Muslim rioters seemed to employ "ghetto vernacular".

Adults in the crowd stood by as the "youths" attacked the Christians.

The Wayne Co. "Director of Law Enforcement" is named Mike JAAFAR (Gee, what
kind of name is that?).

As the Christian group noted, the cops were rewarding riotous behavior and
ensuring that it would happen again. The cops' claim that the Christians'
presence presented a "danger to public safety" is positively Orwellian.

This took place at a "festival" (street fair and carnival). There's an
expression in the "Carnie" business: "There's nothing wrong with this crowd
that a couple of hand-grenades wouldn't cure!"

I suppose there are parallels between Christians "marching" in Dearborn and
Nazis marching in Skokie. The Nazis didn't actually march in Skokie, but it
was ruled that they had every right to do so. Had they marched, they might
well have been pelted with eggs, but with rocks?

It could be said that the Nazis were being "provocative" the way these
Christians were accused of being. But do we really want to draw that kind of
"moral equivalence" between Nazis marching and Christians holding signs?

The "civilized" response to a demonstration of which one disapproves would
be to ignore it, or to turn one's back.

I'm reminded of when I was in Memphis during a KKK rally (I wasn't in the
vicinity, just in the city at the same time). The cops protected the dozen
or so KKK members from the 10,000 or more Memphians who turned out to
"protest", so the "protesters" instead ran riot through downtown, burning
cars and smashing and looting stores.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Eventually we're gonna start playing Cowboys and muslims.
Tim

Stu Tarlowe said...

Since I wrote those comments, I've been watching a number of similar videos, and I've noticed that the Muslim "youths" not only employ "ghetto vernacular", they also tend to emulate ghetto "fashion" and body language. I wonder what a psychologist would make of that?

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