March 24, 2014

“Female Temple University student, 19, is hit in the face with a BRICK by gang of children”

But if you want to hear about such things readily — at least as national news — you need to go to the British Press first. Because here at home, reality is a social construct managed by spin and perception and manipulated by media, which is why we’re to celebrate our first post-racial President, while at the same time limiting our criticism of his policies to avoid charges of racism.

I know, it’s a Gordian knot of surreal recursiveness, but as I’ve been pointing out for years, being an anti-foundationalist means never having to say you’re sorry — and being able always to claim that your opponent is wrong and evil and regressive, regardless of the logical structure and consistency of arguments under consideration.

So.  As the post-racial President, whom we’re to celebrate for his historic achievement of half-blackness while holding the office of the presidency, continues to bemoan the racism of Americans (and by that, he means white Americans for the most part), we’re to pretend that the victims of racism — always blacks or Hispanics, in the progressive paradigm — either cannot themselves be racists (based on ontological qualifiers, like “not having institutionalized power,” an ironic dispensation when you have a half black President who’s appointed a black Attorney General and an Hispanic SCOTUS Justice, and has a Civil Rights division run by members of both ethnicities), or are only engaging in activities that appear racially motivated, but are instead the product of income inequality, or some other bullshit excuse that comes built in to a contemporary urban plantation system run by progressive race baiters and identity politics hustlers.

And yet, even so, somehow the facts continue to problematize the “truths” created for us by our government-media alliance.  Even the Daily Mail, who reported on the incident, leaves out some key details.  See if you can figure out what details those might be:

A female Temple University student is vowing to return to class despite being unable to chew even the softest of foods after a gang of children smashed her in the face with a brick Friday night.

The 19-year-old woman, who has declined to be identified, was walking with her boyfriend just off campus when a group of about 10 children began taunting them – they were followed for a block until the vicious assault that left her with dislocated teeth and a fractured jaw.

‘I’m definitely going to go back to class,’ she told WCAU despite her parents expressing reservations about returning to the North Philadelphia campus. Her boyfriend is also a Temple student.

Her 20-year-old boyfriend, who has also declined to be identified, told the station the destructive delinquents likely ranged in age from eight and 14-years-old.

‘I’m walking by and one of the people from the group screamed at me, really loud and really close to my face,’ she recalled. ‘I kept walking because I don’t want to engage them.’

The group at first only taunted the pair, but things escalated within a matter of minutes.

One girl then punched her in the face, she continued, but that was only the beginning.

‘A couple of them started to grab at her earrings and her hair,’ he said. ‘My instinct was to stop them from hurting us and leave and get away.’

He told the violent juveniles to back off, but they had other ideas – a girl believed to be the oldest of the clique grabbed a large brick and brutally bashed his girlfriend in the face before running away.

[…]

Neither the Philadelphia nor the Temple University Police Departments have any solid leads towards tracking down the hooligans – and the school surprisingly did not alert students to the attack.

Colleges and universities have emergency protocols in place that involve alerting students via text or email to any danger present on or near campus, but no alerts went out after the beating, students told Fox 29.

‘If there’s dangerous things happening on campus it would be nice to know about them, even if it’s not directly on campus but in the area,’ said junior Jon Forstater.

‘I would like to be informed of where not to go, a little bit of disappointment,’ Alex Cai added.

The victim’s boyfriend said the danger wasn’t in the size of the attackers, but rather the number of them – something that could have easily been sent out to students since the incident occurred only one block from the school.

‘What scared me most,’ he said, ‘was that there were a lot more of them than us. So even though they were small kids, if they all had bricks, I might not be here talking to you right now.’

Here’s an idea that may help the Philadephia and Temple University Police Departments cultivate some solid leads:  release a description of the attackers that includes not just an age range, but what the attackers actually looked like.  Described herein as “hooligans” just makes it sound like a marauding band of Manchester United fans got a bit pissed on Boddington’s and went in for a bit of the old ultra violence — giving one the impression that the people around Temple university should be on the lookout for groups of elementary schoolers and teens wearing bowler hats and fake eyelashes, and wearing rugby shirts.

Here’s an uncomfortable truth:  the ascension of Obama to President and Holder to Attorney General — to include their open embrace of radicalized leaders of identity politics grievance groups, whom they’ve each installed in important positions — has set racial relations in this country back about 35 years.

Which makes sense, given that, from the perspective of the economy and our foreign policy, we’re right back in the midst of another Carter Presidency.

Make sure you wear a sweater, people.  It’ll help you fight the malaise.

And if you happen to be around the Temple U area?  It can be used in a pinch as a small cushion against brick attacks, too!

Posted by Jeff G. @ 1:28pm
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Comments (70)

  1. Imagine if an evil gun had showed up and murdered a couple of the poor, sweet, innocent yutes as they were just trying to go home. I’ll bet we’d hear a particular one of their characteristics shouted from the roof tops.

  2. It’s time for a new boyfriend, sweetheart. I’m with Pablo, ventilate a few of the little bastards.

    I was offered an assistantship at Temple about 25 years ago and told them “Thanks, but no thanks.”

  3. It is a peculiar thing that an unrecognizable trait or attribute — which cannot be recognized — must be recognized in order to be properly and carefully excluded from any recognition, ain’t it? Almost as if a particular incomprehensibility were intended to be made to stick out in sooth.

  4. The Narrative demands its sacrifices. Can’t make an omelet without breaking a few faces and teeth, evidently.

  5. Its all down hill after allowing thugs with clubs at the polling places…..Local media and the esteemed university are probably just not comfortable labeling privilege redistribution activities as a crime.

  6. Sometime before dawn yesterday morning, my parents’ mom-and-pop business was broken into for the 3rd time. That, along with a stolen cell phone, bicycle, money, and a car, accounts for the seventh instance in 10 years of criminal activity against my immediate family, all by members of the same unmentionable minority.

    Never been the victim of a crime from a member of any other race.

    I’m past caring if anyone wants to call me racist. At this point, I may well be.

  7. Was it a black girl with a white boyfriend? That sets off the thuggery worse than if they were both white.

    Which, I learned that from a black woman who’d married a fair-skinned Hispanic. Wasn’t the white folks who taunted them but the black ones.

  8. in 10 years of criminal activity against my immediate family, all by members of the same unmentionable minority.

    Never been the victim of a crime from a member of any other race.

    As a naive and liberal youth I always wondered why using the behavior in the past of bad white people could be used as justification to hate all white people while on the other hand you could not use bad behavior of black or brown people in the past to justify hating black or brown people.

    I don’t wonder such things anymore.

  9. I found that to be the case, as well, di.

  10. I found that to be the case, as well, di.

    Of course, they’d say that black folks are more likely to come out and say stuff, whereas white folks pretend to accept you while actually not.

    Which, that’s probably true in many cases. Lotsa white peeps would pretend to be OK with an interracial marriage to avoid being thought racist, but then be all passive-aggressive behind the scenes.

    And other white folks would accept without pretending at all.

    Never been the victim of a crime from a member of any other race.

    In the lily-white Utah Mormon neighborhood I grew up in, the delinquents who stole bikes and vandalized stuff were all white, lapsed Mormons. Their parents would have gotten them baptized when they were 8 as a formality, but their lifestyle was decidedly not LDS.

    One of the delinquent families lived next door to us, and on hot summer nights when the windows were open, funny-smelling smoke drifted into my bedroom, and when my dad used some of their grass clippings for mulch, he found another type of “grass” growing behind the lupines.

  11. “problematize”…..that’s the kind of a word that can kill a soul the way Hot Shot kills ants and wasps.

    Ugggh. How I hate it.

  12. Dicentra, I heard a Jewish lady in a major European city tell a group of American academics, she’d never been accosted by skinheads, but only by Muslims. She was told by the very progressive Americans in attendance that such facts were offensive and should not be discussed, lest people get the “wrong idea.” Thus, does society put a stake in the heart of Truth.

  13. Criminals did not have a race monopoly where I grew up. Oh, many of the “okies” claimed is was mostly “Mexicans” but, there were plenty of “Okie” miscreants.

  14. “Problematize” is far more of a killing word than Maud’Dib ever has a hope to be.

    You can’t feel good about shouting some exotic form of “moon rat” as you kill a guy. But “Problematize”…there’s a word that could immanentize an eschaton or two.

    You can feel at least five FNORD’s hiding in that word. Lurking.

  15. Be on the look out for five or six men. Some of them are known to be smokers.

    * * *

    (KING 5 NEWS: 3/21/14)

    A Seattle University law student is recovering with a broken jaw after he was attacked on a light rail train Thursday night.

    He was sucker punched by an unruly passenger after he tried to protect a family being harassed.

    Daniel Villarreal and his girlfriend from Sweden were on their way home from Sea-Tac Airport when he says a group of five or six men boarded the train. A few of the men were smoking.

    Villarreal felt they were all being aggressive toward another passenger and his wife after they asked the group not to smoke on the train. Villarreal tried to get the men to calm down, but they turned aggressive toward him.

    Villarreal said out of nowhere, one of the men sucker punched him, instantly breaking his jaw. There was a scuffle and one of the men tried to steal Villarreal’s girlfriend’s bag.

    When they got to the Columbia City station, the men gave up and wandered off. Villarreal had to be taken away by ambulance from the train station.

    As a law student focusing on human rights issues, Villarreal says all he was trying to do was keep the peace.

    “I just felt like I couldn’t watch someone get harassed like that, particularly with a baby. She had a baby strapped to her chest and I just thought someone had to say something. Someone’s gotta help out,” said Villarreal.

    Villarreal gave police a description of the suspects and the King County Sheriff’s Office is reviewing surveillance video. He’s helping police with a sketch of the suspect, but says he’s not optimistic his attacker will be caught.

    Villarreal says he’s disappointed because of the lack of response from the train’s operator.

    KING 5 talked with Sound Transit, who said someone pressed the ‘red alert’ button in the train car that is an intercom system. The conductor heard screaming and immediately called police for help. Sound Transit says the operator followed protocol.

  16. Mexicans stayed on their own side of town when I was a kid and were conspicuous when they did not. Most of the hoods I knew in high school and junior high were white trash.

  17. Villarreal felt they were all being aggressive toward another passenger and his wife after they asked the group not to smoke on the train. Villarreal tried to get the men to calm down, but they turned aggressive toward him.

    Metrosexual husband/partner/SO/life partner was too busy quailing behind his “wife” and child to step in and help here?

    What a pussy.

  18. “Here’s an idea that may help the Philadephia and Temple University Police Departments cultivate some solid leads: release a description of the attackers that includes not just an age range, but what the attackers actually looked like.”

    Noticed that with a local news story a few weeks ago. There have been a rash of thefts (car & garage break-ins) in the Washington Park neighborhood, and they interviewed a homeowner who was approached by two men dressed as home security guys wanting access to her home to “check the batteries” of her security system. They interviewed the woman (off camera, at her request), yet they only gave descriptions of the 2 men that included hair color/length (brown) and their outfits. Awfully unhelpful if one were a Wash Park resident wanting to keep an eye out for them.

  19. that’s a gamble leigh, if the father had resisted and it escalated, baby could have been fatherless for awhile or for ever. Maybe daddy ain’t a very big guy. He also could have also been shielding mom and baby.

  20. The nerve of these people thinking they could walk down the street. When I was in the service, Philly was the only place in the U.S. the Command said don’t go out alone.

  21. That’s true, bgbear. Probably, he should have let the smoking thing slide that time.

  22. If you kicked the little bastards’ asses like they so richly deserved you would go to jail.

  23. A guy I’m arguing with (states that we don’t have an individual right to firearms because rights are only granted if the populace chooses to recognize them -> he cannot possibly imagine the concept of natural rights which I said were self-evident and inherent) would say the woman didn’t have the right to defend herself. Here’s what the loon just wrote to me (vis-a-vis the Constitution and inherent/self-evident rights endowed by Nature’s Creator).

    Nutjob: ” “Self-evident” is the refugee if those who cannot make their point with facts and logic, testable and able to be reproduced consistently.

    I reject your premise in the supernatural and divinity. But only as a premise; if you could produce actual evidence of the supernatural and divine beings, that evidence could be persuasive. It would need to be a lot more sound than, “e can’t come up with any better explanation.” “Because it is written in a religious book I think is infallible,” is even worse – the bible or Torah or Quran or what have you is no more authoritative it reliable than a book of Greek myths.

    Let me know when people are able to cheat death by useing this self-evident Right To Life- I would love to have, and assert, and have enforced for me such a right, for millennia to come.

    When our legal system says you have the individual right to guns – and we as a society stand behind and agree to enforce whatever result our legal system produces – then you have that ‘right’. When the courts say otherwise, or people are no longer willing to cooperate in that regard – where does it go? If it is not recognized and enforced, then there is no right, and thus cannot be “self-evident” or “inherent”. If there could ever be such a right, then it would be impossible to abridge or deny it.”

    —> end idiotic screed by Nutjob.

  24. It’s true. If you let them pick on you you’re a pussy and part of the problem. If you stare them down or knock them down then you’re a psycho who ought to be on meds or locked up. You’re Bernie Goetz 2.0 and a tragedy waiting to happen.

    It’s a pretty fine line.

    And getting in five or six men’s face over minor matters is not exactly sane. The law is not your friend, and neither is polite society. They have no issues with watching strangers problematizing your life. But if you try to deproblematize it then they want you in a cell.

  25. “Self-evident” is the refugee if those who cannot make their point with facts and logic, testable and able to be reproduced consistently. I reject your premise in the supernatural and divinity. But only as a premise; if you could produce actual evidence of the supernatural and divine beings, that evidence could be persuasive. It would need to be a lot more sound than, “e can’t come up with any better explanation.”

    Self evident is the refuge of those who don’t care what you reject or why or take your acceptance or rejection seriously. The natural right is a fair warning that no matter what premises you embrace if you step over a line you will eat or dodge a bat, or some lead, and no philosopher king will intercede in that moment.

    ‘Don’t tread on me’ ain’t just a river in egypt.

  26. >“Self-evident” is the refugee<

    nah self – evident is the gun you carry to protect yourself

  27. Even animals have the self evident right to defend their lives from being taken. That does not say that they will be successful as animals must eat other living things to live themselves.

    For some on the left only animals have this right and humans do not. They thus see us as plants not animals of any kind. No hobgoblins in their big brains.

  28. Yup and he still can’t explain to me how the words “The People” everywhere else in the Constitution means an individual right, but in the 2nd Amendment it doesn’t.

    He’s one of these nutjobs Jeff G rails about when trying to subvert the language.

  29. Max Boot: No Moderation from the Monstrous Taliban

    *** His handgun drawn, the clean-cut insurgent stood in the restaurant of the Serena Hotel in Kabul, listening to the mother of three as she begged, “Take my life, but please don’t kill my kids.”

    Her pleading made no difference. As frightened hotel staff members watched from the kitchen, the young militant shot the children first before killing their mother, some of the first casualties inflicted by four Taliban attackers who rampaged through the luxurious hotel on Thursday. The assault killed at least nine people and struck at the heart of the fortified existence enjoyed here by Westerners and the moneyed Afghan elite. ***

  30. Nutjob: If there could ever be such a right, then it would be impossible to abridge or deny it.

    Um, yeah. Precisely, nutjob.

    What the nutjob and his fellow travelers fail to understand is that they have elevated force to supreme determinant of liberty or lack thereof. It’s the old canard that civilization is predicated solely upon the willingness of everybody to get along, and that we Christians are really bad people because absent our irrational fear in a Creator who will judge us in the afterlife, we’d all immediately engage in rapine and murder. The problem is, the nutjob can never answer the question, “What happens to you when society chooses not to play along?” Would you rather meet up with those whose ethic is based upon “might makes right” or those who believe in immutable, transcendent, and yes, God-given rights based upon our status as humans? I’ve never know one of these people who are able to answer that question.

  31. it’s like mmfa gets their talking points from nyt

  32. Even the Daily Mail, who reported on the incident, leaves out some key details. See if you can figure out what details those might be[.]

    The alleged perps are all Democrat politicians?

  33. You might not be interested in barbarians.

    They’ll … engage (*chuckle*) you any day of the week, babe, and bring two bricks on Tuesdays.

    Skinny pants and irony.

    What archeologists will mark down for this fallen empire.

  34. Even on the nutjob’s own terms his argument fails. The populace in 32 states (going off of memory here) does recognize an individual right to own a firearm.

    Nice of you not to help yourself to his woman, his booze, his refridgerator, his couch and his wheels after he offered them up like that Thaiphoon.

  35. I drive north Broad Street twice a day and this is the first I’m hearing about this (admittedly I don’t watch or listen to the local propaganda announcements). Perhaps this happened while I was surrounded by 15 or more youths riding trikes and motorcycles weaving through traffic and pulling wheelies while riding on medial strips and blowing through traffic lights without any regard for their own safety. There is likely nothing inside their cranium, but still I’d rather not see it split open and spilled across the road. Thank you mayor Nutter and dear leader barrack for bringing Beirut into my daily commute

  36. >I drive north Broad Street twice a day and this is the first I’m hearing about this<

    i watch this site for trends

    New Nation News

  37. Antithought” from Kevin Williams, h/t Art Mullen, who today smacked around Mr. LGF hisself for a bit.

  38. Self-evident is that “peace in our time” is almost always a prelude to war — among individuals as well as nations. So you might as well warn off would-be troublemakers early.

  39. Thanks guys. And yes Ernst. I thought it was mighty nice of me not to barge into his house (me being armed with firearms) and take what I wanted since “Might makes right” according to him

  40. no not chuck johnson! please no. the bicycles be unhappy.

  41. here’s some “anti thought” this poster

    Nixon’s the One, Anit-Vietnam War Original Vintage Poster

    so nixon effed a black to kill chinks? what was the thc dosage for dat?

  42. things fall apart

    Operation Something Bruin

  43. @havel page 127 ‘power of …

    >After all, the Czechs are past masters of the
    art of finding excuses. Judged merely in general terms, one can say
    that Czech national culture and its sense of morality had never
    before suffered the sort of outrage theydid from the organizers of
    the ‘protest’ against the Charter and what was intended as a mass
    disavowal of it. The fact that the establishment gave the task of
    defending its positions to the usual political and journalistic hacks
    was probably a case of Hobson’s choice in an emergency, but it
    gained it nothing and was just one further error, since those gentlemen’s
    standards are notorious. As could be expected, they immediately
    brought into play against the Charter a whole set of slanders,
    distortions, abuse, half-truths and absolute falsehoods which all
    represent the dismal range of their capacity. Ispeak from experience
    as one who has been a favourite target for their sort of behaviour for
    the past thirty years, and who could well lay claim to the laurels of
    seniority and worthy service. Though the powers that be may not
    know it, or rather, would sooner not know it, nay, cannot afford to
    know it (for where else would they find more obedient, unscrupulous
    and servile creatures), the media are the principal, albeit
    unintentional, creators and encouragers of opposition, since they
    are totaJIy suspect and nobody believes them. People almost automatically
    take for gospel the opposite of what the papers say. Once
    all-powerful, the media were capable of pointing the finger that
    condemned people to death. As they lost all credibility they also lost
    some of their power, and at the very least were obliged to change
    their methods, if not their ends. Nowadays, they do not directly fix
    the noose around people’s necks, but they do endeavour to destroy
    their honour and slay them with a hail of repeated slanders and lies,<

  44. From the opening paragraph of the Williams piece Dicentra linked:

    George Orwell gave us some invaluable words: Newspeak, doublethink, thoughtcrime. Given the generosity of his gift to us, it is probably ungrateful to desire that he had given us a little more, but we could use a term for what he described as the use of “language as an instrument for concealing or preventing thought.”

    The word you’re looking for is doublethink. What do you think the consequences of holding two contradictory ideas equally valid is?

    In “Politics and the English Language,” Orwell called it simply “political speech” and “bad usage” and that its ubiquity was a form of decadence.

    Well, decay leads to corruption.

  45. A guy I’m arguing with …states that we don’t have … individual right[s] …because rights are only granted if the populace chooses to recognize them -> he cannot possibly imagine the concept of natural rights which I said were self-evident and inherent[.] Here’s what the loon just wrote …(vis-a-vis the Constitution and inherent/self-evident rights endowed by Nature’s Creator[:]

    Nutjob: ” “Self-evident” is the refugee if those who cannot make their point with facts and logic, testable and able to be reproduced consistently.”

    I should probably let this go, but it seems to me, the way to deal with that type of argument is to ask the person making it to agree or disagree with the proposition that, given a boat of 100 people hopelessy adrift at sea, 51 of those people, should they so decide, have the right to rape, murder and cannibalize the remaining 49 persons, and to do so relying solely on facts and logic.

  46. Teens will be teens it seems.

  47. Ernst, it has been my experience that when conversing with the moronic it is best just to leave them alone after a few attempts have been made to correct their logic. Thaiphoon’s interlocutor sounds like one of these morons who will just dig in his heels rather than admit that perhaps he needs to gather more facts or just admit he’s wrong altogether.

  48. OT: Jimmuh Carter blames the Jews for Obama’s troubles.

    *sigh* Still the old Jew hater, eh Jimmuh?

  49. So somehow the initial report of about 10 children, girls and boys, ages 8-14 has morphed into “4 black teenage girls, all 16-17″, according to Geoff’s link.

    While that sounds a little more likely, y’have to wonder how one would square these two differing accounts. I imagine that when it’s all said and done, it’ll turn out that the student was actually attacked by a single elderly Asian man (Pat Morita better have an alibi!), or possibly a herd of rabid poodles.

  50. troubles should be “snubs”

    Stupid multi-tasking.

  51. Doesn’t look too difficult to resolve to me John: the Philly police have a group of 5 or 6 on video, which group could easily have been supplemented by a couple or three or more younger kids on their path to the assault . . . it’s just that these hypothetical latter kids — for us, but witnessed and attested to by the crime victims — aren’t captured by this camera because they’re up the street.

  52. “… and the school surprisingly did not alert students to the attack.”

    Frankly, the North Philadelphia neighborhood surrounding Temple University is rife with this kind of stuff.
    To inform the students would be akin to telling soldiers in Kabul that the place was dangerous.

  53. What will be a fun time is when roving bands of white youth start retaliating…and yes it will start one of these days. Then what?

  54. “The word you’re looking for is doublethink. What do you think the consequences of holding two contradictory ideas equally valid is?”

    I’m going to go with “cognitive dissonance”.

  55. Well some bad guys get busted, at least for killing each other. Here in San Mateo county (where i work) cops busted 11 gang members and associates for murder etc.

    I did not know this last Friday morning when I watched a very nice hard working young lady from our office services getting arrested in the parking lot. 9-5 office worker with gang associates. I still don’t know what to make of it.

    http://www.smdailyjournal.com/articles/lnews/2014-03-25/gang-war-bust-sixteen-indicted-four-charged-with-capital-murder/1776425120330.html

    not that it matters much but, the one I know is the black young lady in the mugshots.

  56. Thaiphoon’s interlocutor sounds like one of these morons who will just dig in his heels rather than admit that perhaps he needs to gather more facts or just admit he’s wrong altogether.

    Well, the real joy is in watching the look of confused horror cross their faces when they realize that they intuitively know why necrophilic cannibalism is wrong, but they can’t logically explain why it should be objectively so.

    And you just don’t get that sitting behind a computer.

  57. Kind of takes all the fun out of it.

  58. “I imagine that when it’s all said and done, it’ll turn out that the student was actually attacked by a single elderly Asian man (Pat Morita better have an alibi!)

    Pat Morita died in 2005 so if he’s after someone the police can’t help much. It’s more Kolchak the Night Stalker’s territory. I dunno though, Mr. Morita seemed like a nice man.

  59. Natural Rights are not predicated on anyone else agreeing with their self evidence.

    “We hold these truths to be self evident.” is a declaration of an argument. It will not go away because someone doesn’t stipulate to it. It will not be vetoed by the vinegar of some self-anointed smart ass. It is a banner raised above a conflict. Arguments won’t knock it down any more than questioning the marxist/hehelian historical dialectic will stop idiots from following it into the mouth of an open volcano. Someone is declaring their allegiance to it not asking your fucking permission to bring it up to the show and tell table in front of the class.

    ” When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

    We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security”

    Does the idiot think that his not agreeing with that robs it of power and importance? Does he think that Great Britain, the powerful nation on Earth at that time, agreed with it? Did it matter?

    Does he think that disagreeing with an angry Muslim mob will restrain them too?

    Reality don’t give a fuck.

  60. Zombie Pat Morita, he meant.

  61. The Right Scoop has a follow-up. Evidently the assaulters have been arrested, but it also turns out that “Another Temple student has come forward claiming she was also attacked by the same teen girls that smashed the other girls’ face with a brick.”

  62. These brick-for-tat youts are obviously desensitized to violence and mayhem. We’ll have to blame successive generations of evil white suppressors suppressing and desensitizing these youts, enough so that these youts must flee their humanity to keep their sanity. What’s left after so much suppressive supression but to take a brick to the suppressors?

    But not the parents. Never, ever, ever can one blame their parents. If one blames their parents one is RAAAAAACIST!.

  63. you bible clutching bitter christian clingers get your own personal ” intifada” for your zionist ways.

  64. Serr8d, why would we blame the parents when we’re well into our fourth or maybe fifth generation of government subsidized family dismalfunction? These kids don’t have parents. They’ve been whelped.

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