September 24, 2014

Weazle words reach new lows

Soooo, in the Herald Sun, quotes from a local Muslim leader:

'Incident highlights the alienation and disaffection felt by the community'.

Calls for an inquiry. Into the shooting, not the stabbings, we assume.

Urges the public not to be too quick to apportion blame.

He says the police have been took quick to put the blame on the teenager.

He's disappointed.  He thinks that's a bit 'pre-emptive'.

'The police have come out very clearly and almost said 'it's all the young man's fault', he says.

An official statement reads:

'There needs to be a full and objective investigation into this incident to ensure that such a tragedy is never repeated.  This tragedy highlights the real cost of a failure to deal with these serious issues and why we have made numerous calls on the Australian government to deal with the root causes of alienation and disaffection of people such as this.'

You'd never know two police officers had been stabbed. 

10 comments:

  1. Beggars belief.. Saw that fat bastard from the Islamic Council bleating about the shooting of the 18 year old man.. Couldn't have given a toss about the poor cops.. One of whom is still to undergo more surgery.. He could have been killed.

    I am sick of the Islamic apologists.. Politicians included..

    Of course it's the "young man's fault" !

    He was going to behead the policemen and place the ISIL flag over the bodies.. Then place the pics on social media.

    I for one, am glad the nutter is no more!

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    1. Kathy, this mild observation got a mixed reception at New Matilda

      "In this case as in most, the victims, two police officers doing their jobs, are not to blame in the slightest. It is a relief that the grubby fascist ideologue, pumped full of eighth century pig ignorant superstition of the worst kind, failed in his mission to murder them.

      "Loser.

      "I wonder if he still gets his forty virgins?

      "An excellent reason to review our immigration and refugees policies. It could of course be too late.

      "Who knows how many of these ugly little bombs of pent up self important grievance and sexual perversion, mixed with racist nazi ideology, are set to explode in our suburbs? "



      All cultures are NOT equal.


      Get it?

      https://newmatilda.com/2014/09/25/victorian-police-quick-condemn-numan-haider-where-are-facts

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  2. Anonymous6:59 AM

    But they have God on their side, I know this because Obama's policy adviser told them so. I think his name was Frankenstein, or something like that.

    j



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  3. Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski

    I remember that name. It just rolls off the tongue like a racehorse.


    National Security Advisor to Jimmy Carter.

    Without question the US's worst ever president.

    I don't mean the worst in the post war era. I don't mean the worst last century.

    I mean the worst EVER. Since George Washington

    Some suggest Obama is giving him a run for his money but I can't agree. I hope for our sakes they are wrong. I doubt the world would survive another president as bad as Carter.

    A strange and creepy man. Like a forced cross between Bob Carr and Gareth Evans on oestrogen therapy.


    http://geofffff.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/carter-at-carozo.html

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    1. Anonymous7:10 PM

      Zbigniew Brzezinski is also Obama's foreign policy adviser..

      As far as the worst POTUS is concerned - I suppose there are many. Woodrow Wilson would have to be up there, but BO is trying hard to be a contender. If he keeps going the way he is then he may just get the gong.

      A bit more about the puppet master



      j

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    2. Worse than the statements coming from the Muslim community, The Age chimed in on Weds with this bizarre statement:

      "Frankly, the whole country can afford a little calm perspective. What happened on Tuesday night appears to have been a crime when the 18-year-old rushed police, and needs to be properly investigated."

      I wonder what a crime needs to look like for The Age to believe it.

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  4. "What happened on Tuesday night appears to have been a crime when the 18-year-old rushed police, and needs to be properly investigated."

    What does this mean?

    The Age has given short shrift to the "No apparent crime here. No need to investigate" party.

    Where would be without the fearless press calling it as it is?

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  5. The logic of The Age lost me, and now so have you, Geoffff.

    Stabbing police isn't a crime now?

    Who has claimed there was no crime?

    All I keep reading is that the young man who is dead might have been ... innocent ... of stabbing police? Attempted murder?

    I don't know. It's the most absurd reporting and commentary I can recall in recent times.

    Every way around it other than to state that a Muslim man, already being investigated for possible terrorist intentions, tried to murder two police officers. It's a remarkably straight forward narrative, yet the media are struggling with the simplicity of it.

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    1. It was an obviously failed attempt at parody of the fatuousness of the Age's report.

      "I don't know. It's the most absurd reporting and commentary I can recall in recent times. "

      I'm not following it. How can there be any issue at all about the basics?

      Midget minded loser with a bad case of nazi indoctrination takes a knife to armed cops in a determined and premeditated attempt to murder them. Cop does only right and lawful thing and takes out said midget mind with one shot.

      What's to discuss?

      I've no doubt your right. The reporting will be spilling and running scared all over the place like a whale burger eating competition at Greens tea party.

      There's a reason for that. It's the fifteen foot gorilla with the sword in the room. The one that just beheaded the elephant.



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  6. See most recent post, which is a simple little letter from the weekend paper. I'm almost surprised The Age published it. Must be their idea of balance, to tuck the occasional letter into their pages. Won't ever see such a thing in their editorials or on the front page.

    Strange days.

    Oh, another letter, same day, same paper, asserted that terrorism wasn't a threat to civilization, but global warming is.

    There ya go: perfectly balanced letters page!

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