Sudden jihad or ‘workplace violence?’

We already saw how the powers-that-be and their media arm spun the Fort Hood massacre by a Mohammedan as ‘workplace violence.’ Now they are already calling the latest incident, in Amarillo, Texas of all places, as more ‘workplace violence’ because the Somali Moslem shooter was an ex-employee of the Walmart where the incident happened.

Within a 76-minute period, shots rang out inside an Amarillo Walmart, a disgruntled employee took two hostages, panicked customers fled, an army of area law enforcement descended, the national news media covered and, ultimately, a gunman was left dead.

Amarillo police shot and killed 54-year-old Mohammad Moghaddam and rescued two hostages in just a little more than an hour. The incident paralyzed blocks along South Georgia Street and the Canyon E-Way for hours and had many in the city following the tense period through social media and other channels.”

And this same newspaper reporting this incident, about six months ago, was bemoaning the fact that blogs were stirring ‘controversy’ over the big surge in refugees being settled in Amarillo. The Mayor of Amarillo was insisting that the problem was the sheer number of refugees, not the fact that they were Moslem.

“It’s sad these groups are blaming (refugees for) some threat of an ISIS terrorist. That doesn’t translate at all to the situation in Amarillo. I would go anywhere with the refugees here,” Harpole said. “(The blogs) misquoted me about five times.”

Well, Mayor Harpole, I am not misquoting you, unless the quote I pasted above from the Amarillo Globe-News misquoted you. I doubt that they would do that, given that most public officials are liberal as are 99.9999 percent of the ‘newspapers’ in America. I am sure the Globe-News will faithfully report the party line carried by most politicians, namely: “Islam is a religion of peace. These are hardworking people looking for a better life. And this is a nation of immigrants.” Etc., etc., repeat as needed.

Leaving aside that risible cliche that ‘Islam is a religion of peace,’ it’s just a fact that Somalia is a violent place — one of the most violent on this planet. No, it is not America with its ”gun culture” that is the worst, as leftists ignorantly say. According to most reliable statistics, Somalia up there near the top.

According to this website Somalia is number one. This site lists Mogadishu, the Somali capital, as the third most dangerous city in the world.  There are plenty of other stats out there which verify this fact; I needn’t go on providing more of the same. Liberals and assorted ”conservative” pollyannas may make excuses such as ”but the violence is done by extremist groups, warlords, etc.; the Somalis are mostly innocent victims not perpetrators. We need to rescue them from their violent cultures.” But where does their violent culture come from? The people make the place. The culture is a product of the people, not the other way around, no matter what the ‘nurture over nature’ cult says.

And in this article we can read how America’s ‘magic dirt’ has transformed the Somalis once they are breathing America’s ‘magic free air.’ :

The decision taken in the early 1990s by the US’s former president, Bill Clinton, to import tens of thousands of backward Somalis into the American heartland of Minnesota has turned into an entirely predictable tale of crime, violence—and now, as demonstrated in the Nairobi, Kenya, shopping mall atrocity, terrorism.”

Since the above was written in 2013, I am sure that other examples could be added to the above list.

So Mayor Harpole and the many other elected officials like him are simply in massive denial about the habits and behaviors of Somalis, and about the nature of the so-called ‘religion of peace.’

Part of my upbringing was in a West Texas town not far from Amarillo. At that time, most of the panhandle and West Texas was populated by old-stock Texans, mostly ‘Anglos’, to use the Hispanic term, though there were Mexican migrant workers who actually did migrate back to Mexico when the crops were in. There was little ‘diversity’ in today’s sense, just the natural diversity of the various kinds of Anglo Texans.

Since I spoke of the Fort Hood shootings at the beginning of this piece, I remember one of the more shocking statements made afterward by one of the public figures, General Casey. He warned (as usual) of a possible ”backlash” by Americans:

General George Casey Jr., the Army chief of staff, said on Sunday that he was concerned that speculation about the religious beliefs of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, accused of killing 12 fellow soldiers and one civilian and wounding dozens of others in a shooting rampage at Fort Hood, could “cause a backlash against some of our Muslim soldiers.”

“I’ve asked our Army leaders to be on the lookout for that,” General Casey said in an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union. “It would be a shame—as great a tragedy as this was—it would be a shame if our diversity became a casualty as well.

So General Casey, a military man whose job is allegedly to defend American citizens against foreign enemies (what else is a military for?) is being more protective of ‘Muslim  [sic] soldiers.’ What about American soldiers? American civilians, too, some of whom were murdered at Fort Hood? All Casey seemed to care about was his precious ‘diversity’. The potential damage to ‘diversity’ was more of a concern to him than the loss of American human beings, men, women, children, old, young — diversity is all that matters, right, General Casey? Mayor Harpole?

Heaven forbid ”Holy diversity” be damaged.

At least, thank the Lord, none of our folk were killed in this incident. But that was only by the grace of God, not through any efforts by American officials to protect their citizens and constituents. However, credit to the police who did what was necessary, and perhaps Texas is not yet as PC-paralyzed as many American states are. But the best cure is prevention. This situation was one of human making. Import large numbers of people from a violent country and you get — surprise, surprise — violence.

Elected officials? They are too busy protecting The Narrative, and Holy Diversity.

“It was workplace violence, Islam is a religion of peace, and diversity is our strength.”

Once again: diversity is not our strength. It is our greatest weakness, our greatest vulnerability in this day and time. It will be the end of us, either by slow demographic ‘swamping’, as we are blended beyond recognition, as our country becomes another Third World panmixia country like Brazil, or as we are slowly picked off by people like the Orlando shooter, the San Bernadino ‘Mr. and Mrs. Terrorists’, and all the rest of the vibrant enrichers, whose presence must be protected and defended at all costs. even at the cost of American lives. Diversity is all.

One thought on “Sudden jihad or ‘workplace violence?’

  1. General Casey is typical of many in the military or government, even after they leave the service to Diversity. In fact, their minds never leave that service. That becomes their identity, it becomes who they are as Obama likes to say.

    People in that mindset exhibit depression themselves, although they call everyone around them depressed, even their own children who can’t overcome the hurdles now set in front of young adults, young White adults that is. In their minds, the whole population inexplicably became depressed.

    But never to fear, the immigrants will support Medicare and all those military pensions. Gov-pensions forever. Their entire politics shrinks down to that as they cling to it at the end of their life. Even as they think this, they avoid the immigrant areas in Northern Virginia which are known for crime, drugs, failing schools and not as places nice White people on government pensions would want to go into, despite housing costs being lower in them.

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