Monthly Archives: May 2017

Political Correctness Run Amuck

politically-correct-monsters“The phase-out of the word ‘offender’ started Nov. 1 and replaced with ‘individuals,’ ‘student’ or ‘patient.’” Carol Brown

“Woe to those who call evil good and good evil…who acquit the guilty for a bribe and deprive the innocent of justice.” Isaiah 5:20, 23

The word ‘criminal’ now declared offensive

Carol Brown, American Thinker, May 13, 2017

Seattle police now use the term “community member” in place of “suspect” when writing use of force reports, something several officers find offensive.  Per KIRO:

“I think this is all in an effort to make sure our report writing sounds politically correct,” Seattle Police Officers’ Guild Kevin Stuckey told KIRO 7.

“Politically correct.”  No kidding.

This is the result of the left’s ceaseless push to whitewash truth and make everything the same.  So if someone in Community A commits a heinous crime, he is awarded the same description as a law-abiding citizen who also lives in Community A.  They are both community members.

Changes in terminology are nothing new in Washington[.]… Last fall, the Washington Department of Corrections stopped calling inmates “offenders” and instead use the term “student.”

“Student”?!  Who’s making this stuff up? Continue reading

Muslim Brotherhood Elibiary

Mohamed-Elibiary“The Egyptian-born Muslim Brotherhood operative [Mohamed Elibiary] and former senior adviser to President Obama on Homeland Security matters is no stranger to controversy.” Leo Hohmann

“Mohamed Elibiary served five years on President Obama’s Homeland Security Advisory Council and was instrumental in the rollout of Obama’s countering violent extremism pilot program, which took the heart off of Islam as the inspiration for global terrorism.” Ibid

Ex-Obama adviser roots for more ISIS slaughtering of Christians

Leo Hohmann, WND.com, May 8, 2017

Mohamed Elibiary is at it again.

The Egyptian-born Muslim Brotherhood operative and former senior adviser to President Obama on Homeland Security matters is no stranger to controversy.

He resigned from Obama’s Homeland Security Advisory Council in September 2014 after catching heat for his controversial tweets and alleged leakage of classified information to reporters.

He once said the return of the Islamic caliphate is “inevitable” and that the United States was an “Islamic country.”

In 2014, he tweeted:

“As I’ve said b4, inevitable that ‘Caliphate’ returns,” while also remarking that he considered the U.S. to be an “Islamic country with an Islamically compliant Constitution.”

On Sunday, he stepped back up to the plate and delivered a stinging tweet against the Middle East’s largest Christian community – the Coptic Christians of Egypt.

In its latest magazine, ISIS threatened more attacks on Egypt’s Christians.

So what was the reaction from Elibiary?

He says Egypt’s Copts have it coming: Continue reading

Communism, Fascism, Nazism

“The major flaw in all of this is that fascism, properly understood, is not a phenomenon of the right at all.  Instead, it is, and always has been, a phenomenon of the left.  This fact—an inconvenient truth if there ever was one—is obscured in our time by the equally mistaken belief that fascism and communism are opposites.  In reality, they are closely related…in terms of their theory and practice, the differences are minimal.”  Jonah Goldberg, Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left from Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning,” p. 7

“How has an ideology [Communism] whose butcher’s bill is twice as large as fascism’s managed to stay acceptable?” Bruce Thornton

“How can a police-state like Cuba, which imprisons and murders and impoverishes its own people, continue to attract starry-eyed European and American progressives?” Ibid

Bruce Thornton, “The Left’s Continuing Homage to Communism,” Frontpagemag.com, May 5, 2017

The Left’s Continuing Homage to Communism

Why progressives pay no price for clinging to their murderous ideology.

Bruce Thornton, Frontpagemag.com, May 5, 2017

The success of Marine Le Pen in the first round of the French presidential election has the global left resorting to its usual exaggerations and dire predictions of a fascist resurgence. As happened with the progressive smears of Donald Trump, Le Pen’s similar appeals to patriotism, national identity, and the need to defend the nation’s culture and interests are immediately turned into sinister dog-whistles for the crypto-fascists, racist hordes just waiting for the Great Leader to start the pogroms and fill the gulags.

One hundred days into Trump’s administration, of course, nothing has happened that comes even close to beginning a fascist transformation of America. But the persistent phenomenon of the eternal fascist threat raises old questions about and other failed collectivists political ideologies.

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