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 on: September 21, 2016, 08:52:40 PM 
Started by Crafty_Dog - Last post by ccp
And much higher proportion doing the killing.

"Itís the message that police have always been sending black Americans. Blacks make up about 13% of the US population, and yet accounted for 27% of the approximately 1,146 people killed by police in 2015."

I don't know how one can "de link" the above from this:

 on: September 21, 2016, 08:46:46 PM 
Started by Crafty_Dog - Last post by Crafty_Dog

 on: September 21, 2016, 08:37:30 PM 
Started by Dog Dave - Last post by DDF

I've started studying law here, and have been teaching English, Industrial Security and mathematics here. I think perhaps, I'll send a proposal to Berkeley for my course on targeting Muslims and see how it's received.

 on: September 21, 2016, 07:48:33 PM 
Started by Crafty_Dog - Last post by objectivist1

Itís time to send Muslim terrorists a message.

September 21, 2016  Daniel Greenfield -

The Rahami family came to America from Afghanistan as refugees. They made life miserable for their neighbors. When the police tried to bring some order, they cried Islamophobia.

Two of the Rahamis have posted in support of the Muslim Brotherhood, Al Qaeda and other Islamic terror groups on social media. The third actually built and planted bombs to kill Americans. He terrorized two states, tried to kill and maim countless Americans and then shot it out with police.

Ahmad Khan Rahami, the central figure in the terror case, brought his wife here from Pakistan and she departed days before his attack. His mother left for Pakistan a few weeks before his bombing spree.

The media, eager for a story of redemption, has widely broadcast the claim that Mohammed Rahami, Ahmadís father, told the FBI that he was a terrorist. But that was years ago. And Mohammed didnít turn in his son because there was a terror plot, but because he attacked family members.

As Mohammed put it, ďBecause he doing bad. He stab my son and hit my wife. I put him in the jail."

This wasnít Mohammed Rahami being a good citizen. It was a dysfunctional oversized family of Muslim refugees causing problems for local law enforcement over their own internal disputes.

Ahmad stabbed his brother in the leg with a knife. His father told the FBI that Ahmad was a terrorist. Then he recanted the accusation and said that he had made it out of anger.

This wasnít patriotism. It wasnít helpful. It was selfish abuse of the system.

We get a lot of lectures from politicians about the contributions of Muslims, especially refugees, to America.

Here are the sum total contributions of the Rahami family to America. 29 wounded people in Manhattan. 1 wounded police officer in Linden, New Jersey. A chicken place that was the subject of disputes with law enforcement. A lawsuit against Elizabeth, New Jersey stemming from that chicken place, which threw around accusations of Islamophobia. Previous legal issues and a jail sentence for Ahmad over his family dispute. 1 assaulted police officer due to issues with the chicken place.

Then thereís Ahmadís unwed girlfriend and his baby whose case will be wending through the courts.

A conservative ballpark figure for the Rahamis and their various legal issues would be $100 million. Considering the sheer cost of scrambling manpower and resources across states, the hospital bills, the various insurance costs, the jail time, trial and security, thatís probably erring on the thrifty side.

Unless one of the Rahamis cures cancer, there is nothing they can do to even the score.

3 of the Rahami children support Islamic terrorists. For all the nonsense about ďinternet radicalizationĒ, itís obvious that support for terrorism and hatred for America ran in the family. And it might not even end with Ahmad sneering on a stretcher. Thereís a history of multiple siblings engaging in terrorism. The most effective Islamic terror cells in this country in recent years have been siblings and married couples.

We can waste more time puzzling it out or we can just get the Rahamis out of the country and let them be Pakistanís problem or Afghanistanís annoyance. They donít have to be our problem anymore.

And that is what we should have done back when these ďrefugeesĒ first tried to set up shop here.

America does not have a desperate need for terrible fried chicken places or domestic disputes. The FBI doesnít need to waste more time chasing terror suspects who might not have evolved into terrorists yet because theyíre too busy stabbing other family members. It doesnít need more accusations of Islamophobia. And it does not need the Rahamis.

Immigration policy is about making intelligent choices. And we are making the dumbest immigration choices possible.

The Rahamis and the Tsarnaevs, two dysfunctional terror families of asylumites, are typical of our terrible decisions. Both ate up large numbers of resources while giving us only terror and death.

Politicians tell us that Muslim refugees ďcontributeĒ to this country. But is it possible that we can get non-terrorists to make us fried chicken? And is cheap fried chicken really worth the cost of bombs going up? Would we be willing to pay a dollar more for fried chicken so we can just get on a plane without the TSA or so that the countless people who have been killed from 9/11 and onward could still be with us?

Letís have an adult conversation about this crisis. And we can start by recognizing that granting asylum to the Rahamis was a mistake. If Ahmadís bombs had worked properly, it might have been an even bigger mistake. As it was countless people were traumatized, countless millions have been squandered on dealing with the Rahamis and thereís no reason to believe thatís about to stop.

We can and should undo that mistake.

Denaturalizing those Rahami family members who have made statements supportive of Islamic terror and then deporting them would be an excellent start. It would send a message to other terror families that playing dumb after their son goes on his terror spree wonít work anymore.

But, for that matter, thereís no reason not to deport the entire Rahami family except technicalities.

We let them in under false pretenses. We let them stay under false pretenses. They have been nothing but trouble. We canít undo the damage they have done in the past, but we can prevent them from doing any more of it in the future.

Itís either that or we can rerun the same tired narrative from every previous attack. The family will offer contradictory statements. Neighbors and school friends will be shocked at how normal Ahmad was. Rahamiís lawyer will blame everything from discrimination to mental illness. The whole soap opera will play out for the next few days until we all get tired of it. Just the way that it did with the Tsarnaevs.

Weíve seen this movie too many times. Maybe we should change the channel.

Denaturalization and deportation will send a message that weíre serious. It will encourage families of terrorists to come forward when they actually suspect something, instead of abusing the system.

When a Muslim terrorist kills Israelis, Israel demolishes his house. This sends a message that the terrorists are destroying exactly the thing that they are trying to gain. They want to conquer Israel and take over its land. But instead their racist atrocities are depriving them of the land.

Ahmad Rahami sought to kill non-Muslims in order to impose the rule of Islam on America. His writings contained a call to kill non-Muslims. They expressed admiration for Anwar Al-Awlaki, the Al Qaeda leader, who had declared, "We will implement the rule of Allah on earth by the tip of the sword."

We donít need to demolish the Rahami family home or their fried chicken place. But we do need to make it clear that Rahamiís actions have not only failed to bring this goal closer, but represent a setback toward that goal by removing the rest of his family from the country.

The Rahamis have been our problem for far too long. Itís time to make them someone elseís problem. We can go back to living in denial until the next attack or we can send the Muslim terrorists of tomorrow a message.

 on: September 21, 2016, 07:13:10 PM 
Started by Dog Dave - Last post by ccp
Berkley just reinstated the course:

 on: September 21, 2016, 06:13:27 PM 
Started by Crafty_Dog - Last post by ccp
tail wags the dog:

Why announce this before an offensive , right before an election?  wink

 on: September 21, 2016, 03:43:25 PM 
Started by ccp - Last post by ccp
Why wait?  We should be doing it now.  If the NFL will not put a stop to this then why support an organization that allows its employees to insult most customers?

would you go into a McDonalds if somewhat there did something in your face that would offend you?:

 on: September 21, 2016, 03:16:52 PM 
Started by Martel - Last post by G M

Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Irshad Manji and anyone else who seeks to question current Islamic doctrine end up needing security details.

And it isn't to protect them from rednecks in pickups.

 on: September 21, 2016, 03:16:01 PM 
Started by DougMacG - Last post by DDF

The idea that this can go on, and in those types of quantities, is just insane. Anyone want to bet that the moment Democrats get control of the Supreme court and have an established numerical superiority, they implement mandatory voter ID?

 on: September 21, 2016, 03:12:03 PM 
Started by Crafty_Dog - Last post by DDF
I believe it.

If this were a different age who does not think Hillary would be exterminating anyone that gets in her way.

If only this were taped and released online.

I believe it too. In the article, it states that she doesn't allow any staff members to have cell phones. I personally know, that when I entered here, before they knew whether you would make it or not, getting caught with a cellphone would get you fired immediately, no questions asked, so I do know that the practice goes on. How much more so for the staff in her position?

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