Thursday, August 23, 2012

“The Police Have Become Political”

In a follow-up to last night’s post about the Al-Quds Day rally and related matters, Michael Coren talks about the behavior of the Toronto police and the larger ramifications of last Saturday’s event.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:


Anonymous said...

The lead officer was visibly shaking because he knew that he was in a no win situation.

Arresting a Jew or non-Muslim for walking their dog...

or offending Muslims...

possibly leading to violence.

The path of least resistance is removing the Jew and his dog from the area without arrest.

This is what happened. And the lead officer is no doubt breathing a huge sigh of relief.

The fellow walking his dog is less likely to bring legal action (if he was merely a European Christian). The Minority Identity Politics groups are much more likely to bring charges and political heat on the officer and police department, threatening his job security and income which supports his family. Given the modern judicial proclivities and the zeitgeist of minority rights, diversity promotion, punishment of any even just perceived racism (think the disparate impact rule.)

Time for European Christians to take back their countries and impose their right to exist as European Christian nation-states with European Christian dominion.

That is the only way out of the boondoggle.