Here are some shocking excerpts I’ve run across. They don’t need any commentary by me.
Pamela Geller at Breitbart writes:
“This isn’t the first time Merkel is censoring free speech (in accordance with Islamic law). In April, the BBC reported that ‘Germany will allow the potential prosecution of a top comedian after the Turkish president filed a complaint. Jan Boehmermann had recited a satirical poem on television which made sexual references to Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Under German law, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government had to approve a criminal inquiry. Mrs. Merkel stressed that the courts would have the final word, and it was now up to prosecutors to decide whether to press charges.’”
Auf wiedersehen Germany.
“Earlier this week on Fox Business Network, actor Scott Baio said President Barack Obama’s reluctance to say ‘Islamic terror’ means ‘he’s dumb, he’s Muslim or he’s a Muslim sympathizer.’
‘And I don’t think he’s dumb,’ Baio added.
He went on to wonder what the end game is.
‘Is it to totally eliminate the United States as it was created and founded and the way it is now?’ Baio asked. ‘I’m baffled by the lack of anything happening.’”
From the Guardian concerning Brexit:
“The EU has given us cheap mobile phone roaming charges, cheaper flights and proper compensation when things go wrong. It has helped clean up the environment, improving our rivers and beaches. It has given us unprecedented freedom to travel visa-free across the continent. And I’m voting out.
Why? I know a painter/decorator who has not been able to raise his wages for 15 years. There’s always someone else, he says, willing to work for less. A driver who arrived from Turkey 18 years ago, who says the bus companies used to pay more than £12 an hour, but can now pay £10 or less because they have so many takers (and yes, the irony is noted). A care-home cleaner in a rundown seaside town who reckons her hopes of ever getting more than the minimum wage are zero. Each blames an influx of workers from the EU. Each of them are voting out. Tell them the EU protects workers’ rights and they just laugh.”
Another writer commented on this whopper by the New York Times:
“With remarkable insouciance, NYT writers Jeremy W. Peters and Lizette Alvarez blithely make reference to ‘a Bible verse from Romans that calls for the execution of gays,’ meaning Saint Paul’s letter to the Romans 1:18-32.
As anyone who has ever read the New Testament knows, Saint Paul never permits that Christians should commit any violence whatsoever against homosexuals, but the Times editors apparently thought that fact-checking with the original text was superfluous or that readers were too ignorant to check for themselves.”
Aren’t they always?
From gay magazine The Advocate in 2000:
“QUESTION: Would we see gay people in a Trump administration?
TRUMP: I would want the best and brightest. Sexual orientation would be meaningless. I’m looking for brains and experience. If the best person for the job happens to be gay, I would certainly appoint them. One of the key problems today is that politics is such a disgrace, good people don’t go into government. I’d want to change that.”
You homophobe racist, you.