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Grievance theater isn’t about race, it’s about power and money

by Speranza ( 63 Comments › )
Filed under Crime at March 30th, 2012 - 8:00 am

The Knish brilliantly dissects  the Trayvon Martin case and writes that we have seen this movie (actually theater) before in the Jena 6, Howard Beach and  Bensonhurst  cases and so many others. The same actors – Sharpton,  Jackson,  Spike Lee aided by wannabes such as Jazzy X and the whole MSNBC crew i.e.  the whole plethora of race hustlers and baiters – have the drill down pat. It is not “justice” that they want (that is a concept they have no idea about), but power and money.

by Daniel Greenfield

The Trayvon Martin case is a wholly familiar one to residents of any major urban city. If you live in Chicago, New York or Los Angeles, then it’s only a matter of time until an incident between a law enforcement officer, or more rarely a civilian defending himself, and a member of a minority group flares up into a citywide grievance theater complete with angry reverends on the steps of City Hall, women with stony faces holding up banners calling for justice and a media-driven debate about police tactics and racism.

This sort of thing happens with depressing regularity in cities where even the most liberal residents have to choose between police overreach and being murdered. It never leads to meaningful debate or a resolution.  Instead it peters out with the best actors in the grievance theater picking up money and influence, the media selling a few more papers or ads for nasal polyp relief on the drive time news and everything going back to the way it was.

The grievance theater is never really about the specific case, the specific shooting, it’s about the links between the social problems of the black community, the compromises of civil liberties necessary to keep entire cities from turning into Detroit, and the inability of the media to address the sources of crime as anything but the phantoms of white racism. It’s about a black leadership that is more interested in posturing as angry activists and shaking loose some money, than in healing their own community’s problems. And so the same story repeats itself again and again without an honest dialogue or anything meaningful coming out of it.

But grievance theater has been going national. It’s no longer just extraordinary cases like Bernie Goetz’s Death Wish moment on the number 2 train that briefly catch hold of the national conversation. The obsessive coverage of the so-called Jena 6 case, an incident of so little internal meaning, signaled that Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton would no longer just be able to drive a local controversy, they now had the freedom to drive national controversies any time they wanted to.

Trayvon Martin is their big moment. It’s no longer just grievance theater being used to influence the political fortunes of a municipal election, the way that Howard Beach was used to bring down Mayor Koch and replace him with the execrable David Dinkins. Now it’s being used as part of a presidential campaign on a national level.

The fortunes of too many black politicians have been tied to white guilt and black rage

The fortunes of too many black politicians have been tied to white guilt and black rage. The worst sort of black politician channels black rage to score points with black supporters while playing on the guilt of white voters, promising to heal the social conditions that bring about that anger and protect them from its ravages. But never before has that game been played out of the Oval Office.

The last two Democratic presidents were Southern governors, but the current occupant is a veteran of the corrupt urban political machine where there are only two games in town and when the money runs out, this is the one you play. The money is running out, the polls are running down and accordingly we have been treated to an episode of grievance theater, with our beloved leader in the role of healer and inciter.

[.......]

It’s Community Activism 101 to divide and conquer the electorate by breaking them down and feeding local anxieties

It’s Community Activism 101 to divide and conquer the electorate by breaking them down and feeding local anxieties, whether it’s about birth control or racial injustice. And it’s a win-win for Obama, who at worst gains a distraction from economic turmoil and a few thousand guilty voters and at best, upends the national dialogue by asserting the dominance of the racial narrative. While his associates wield the bullhorns, he carefully plays healer and if there is violence, then his currency as racial healer increases.

[.......]

Our racial dysfunction has always been secondary to our political dysfunction, and now our political dysfunction is second to none

Our racial dysfunction has always been secondary to our political dysfunction, and now our political dysfunction is second to none. We have the best government that Warren Buffett’s money could buy and that ACORN’s election fraud can achieve. And we have a national government that is starting to look like the dysfunctional urban governments at the center of the grievance theaters.

Chicago nearly went bankrupt in 1930. New York nearly went bankrupt in 1975. But states have bailed out cities and the federal government has bailed out states. When there isn’t enough money to keep the dysfunctional political machine built on corruption and subsidies going, there’s always some larger entity to foot the bill.

[........]

That is the lesson that has yet to be learned from the cities whose dysfunctional politics have been transplanted to the national government. Along with the politics has come the grievance mob, the outrage machine, the outpourings of self-righteousness, the class warfare fought by corrupt pols and the rest of the bread-and-circuses show that have blighted the American city for a century and a half.

Grievance theater isn’t about race, it’s not about slavery, police brutality or separate lunch counters, it’s about power and money. Black politicians are not fundamentally different from white ones. They have more in common with their white colleagues than they do with their own communities. The only difference is that they are playing with the race cards they have been dealt.

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The ghetto farms black communities for votes and more importantly for subsidies

When you look closely at where the school property tax money goes, why health care is so expensive, and why so much money has to be spent on housing, a big chunk of it goes here. It’s the hole in our budget ozone layer and it can never be filled, because it is designed never to be filled. For a sizable number of influential people, both black and white, the black community’s social problems are a cash cow. The grievance theater is their way of collecting protection money and making sure that no one pays too much attention to what’s really wrong.

The problem isn’t limited to the black community. The same phenomenon crosses over different minority communities and some white ones as well, but the race card is still the best card in the deck. It carries too many emotional triggers, too much guilt and too much hope not to use it over and over again. The moral power of the civil rights movement still isn’t exhausted as long as hopeful white people smile at the sight of a black man in the White House as if his political power testified to their innocence.

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Grievance theater, like light-hearted musicals, is one of those forms that works best when the economy is bad and everyone has trouble making ends meet. But while people voluntarily go to see musicals, or at least they used to, they have to be dragged to attend the latest grievance theater, the production numbers broadcast live on CNN and MSNBC, the programs printed in every paper that still hasn’t gone out of business, and breathless announcements of the latest developments broadcast in between Dunkin Donuts commercials.

The local productions of grievance theater have gone national and we are all compelled to watch it play out. No matter what happens to George Zimmerman or what we learn about Trayvon Martin, the country has been turned into unwilling participants in a national drama that places a distorted idea of race at the center of our identity for the benefit of the same hucksters and politicians who have destroyed the city and are hard at work destroying the country.

Read the rest -  The Bankrupt Race Card

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  1. 1 | March 30, 2012 8:33 am

    No matter what happens to George Zimmerman or what we learn about Trayvon Martin, the country has been turned into unwilling participants in a national drama that places a distorted idea of race at the center of our identity for the benefit of the same hucksters and politicians who have destroyed the city and are hard at work destroying the country.

    These people are the real racists. They seek to divide the nation based on race for their own personal benefit. They seek to cast everything into racial terms, see the entire world through the prism of race.


  2. Bumr50
    2 | March 30, 2012 8:35 am

    I believe that in the Trayvon Martin incident the race card is being used to facilitate an argument for gun control.

    Nothing grabs headlines and attention like a “race issue,” with all of the usual suspects screaming bloody murder (in this case literally) until the entire nation is paying attention to the tantrum.

    In fact, the race card is often used this way nowadays, as a sort of springboard for the Progressive agenda.


  3. 3 | March 30, 2012 8:45 am

    @ Bumr50:

    Yeah, they want ot go after “Stand your ground” laws and concealed carry laws. The Left are anti-Self Defense and objectively pro-criminal. Even here, there is little dispute that Martin attacked Zimmerman. They would like to dispute how badly Zimmerman was injured, but the police reports will confirm the extent of his injuries. But that really doesn’t matter. Nothing in th elaw says you have to wait until you are severly injured before you can defend yourself. Nothing that I have seen really disputes that Zimmerman acted in self defense. They just alledge that it was bad of him to defend himself. Fuck that shit. Self defense is a right in this country. Criminals do not have a right to assault people, rob people, or otherwise carry on in their criminality. One thing is clear: Martin would still be alive if he hadn’t assaulted Zimmerman. As far as I am concerned, that means things have worked the way they should. Zimmerman shouldn’t be prosecuted. He has done nothing wrong.


  4. Speranza
    4 | March 30, 2012 8:51 am

    Iron Fist wrote:

    These people are the real racists.

    An obsession with race fits the definition of racism.


  5. lobo91
    5 | March 30, 2012 9:03 am

    But grievance theater has been going national. It’s no longer just extraordinary cases like Bernie Goetz’s Death Wish moment on the number 2 train that briefly catch hold of the national conversation. The obsessive coverage of the so-called Jena 6 case, an incident of so little internal meaning, signaled that Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton would no longer just be able to drive a local controversy, they now had the freedom to drive national controversies any time they wanted to.

    Make that international.

    They covered it on BBC radio yesterday while I was driving to and from Camp Buehring, and it was on France 24 today.


  6. Speranza
    6 | March 30, 2012 9:03 am

    The fact that Al Sharpton was given a Cable TV show on PMSNBC is disgraceful.


  7. Speranza
    7 | March 30, 2012 9:04 am

    They covered it on BBC radio yesterday while I was driving to and from Camp Buehring, and it was on France 24 today.

    I am glad that the British have nothing better to worry about.


  8. citizen_q
    8 | March 30, 2012 9:05 am

    @ Bumr50:
    @ Iron Fist:

    I think one their objectives in gun control is to make normal law abiding citizens more vulnerable to the mobs they so easily whip-up and manipulate. Thereby enhancing their power.


  9. Bumr50
    9 | March 30, 2012 9:11 am

    @ Speranza:

    Some British are upset about the double standard:

    Parents of murdered British students lash out at Obama for ignoring them

    The parents of two British students murdered in Florida have criticised President Barack Obama for his lack of compassion over their son’s deaths.

    His failure to respond to three letters sent to the White House was because there was no “political value” and not worthy of a few minutes of his time.

    They spoke out as teenager Shawn Tyson began a life sentence after being found guilty of the murder of James Cooper and James Kouzaris last April.

    The 17 year old, who shot the men as they begged for their lives, will die in prison.

    His conviction of first degree murder carries an mandatory life sentence without the chance of parole.

    The powerfully built teen even looked bored as emotional DVD presentations about the dead men prepared by their grieving parents were shown in court.

    Tyson, who has the word ‘Savage’ tattooed across his chest didn’t show a flicker of emotion, slumping in his seat as he was forced to watch a montage of photos showing the victims from early childhood to young men.

    Two close friends of the dead men who had attended the eight day trial in Sarasota, Florida. had also delivered highly emotional impact statements to the court prior to the sentencing.

    Paul Davies and Joe Hallett spoke of the “living hell” they and others who knew the men had suffered since the murders.

    It’s not like Obama gives a rat’s ass about the UK.


  10. 10 | March 30, 2012 9:12 am

    @ citizen_q:

    It is also to protect the Elites from the Citizenry. Nobody believes that criminals will obey gun control laws. Nobody really believes that gun laws can have a positive impact on violent crime. They are concerned with keeping the peasantry unarmed, because an armed peasantry can only be oppressed so much. They have the tools to rise up and cast off their oppressors. An armed citizenry doesn’t guarantee liberty, but it does have an impact on how far the government can rationally go in oppressing the populace. That is why I draw the line at gun control, and say that if you are going ot have to fight, then fighting to keep your weapons is a rational point to choose to take up arms. Once you’ve surrendered your right to be armed, it becomse more difficult to resist the State in whatever else it choses to persue.


  11. citizen_q
    11 | March 30, 2012 9:15 am

    Speranza wrote:

    I am glad that the British have nothing better to worry about.

    Really? I guess everyone needs a break from Jew-hatred and Israel bashing now and then. /


  12. lobo91
    12 | March 30, 2012 9:16 am

    Speranza wrote:

    They covered it on BBC radio yesterday while I was driving to and from Camp Buehring, and it was on France 24 today.

    I am glad that the British have nothing better to worry about.

    I quit watching Sky News and switched to France 24 after they spent multiple segments covering the trial of some MP’s wife who kidnapped a cat from her husband’s mistress.

    The British media are even more absurd than our own.


  13. mawskrat
    13 | March 30, 2012 9:16 am

    and in the mean time young black men
    a killing each other left and right.

    there is no political capitol in that!


  14. citizen_q
    14 | March 30, 2012 9:19 am

    @ Iron Fist:
    I agree with you in general, but I do run into people who actually believe that the solution to violent crimes is for stricter gun control laws. They are useful idiots to be sure and tedious to debate with their unassailable talking points who ignore all facts on the subject.


  15. 15 | March 30, 2012 9:20 am

    @ citizen_q:

    Oh, I am sure that they’ll manage to carry on with the Israel bashing and Jew-hatred while worrying about the indignities that poor Treyvon Martin endured at the hands of his chosen victim.


  16. citizen_q
    16 | March 30, 2012 9:21 am

    lobo91 wrote:

    The British media are even more absurd than our own.

    That’s a pretty tall statement. I don’t doubt it, but our MFM sets that bar rather high.


  17. Speranza
    17 | March 30, 2012 9:22 am

    lobo91 wrote:

    The British media are even more absurd than our own.

    As a daily reader of the British press -- I cannot disagree with you.


  18. lobo91
    18 | March 30, 2012 9:23 am

    citizen_q wrote:

    @ Iron Fist:
    I agree with you in general, but I do run into people who actually believe that the solution to violent crimes is for stricter gun control laws. They are useful idiots to be sure and tedious to debate with their unassailable talking points who ignore all facts on the subject.

    Their whole idea is based on an impossible goal, though.

    Sure, they’re right when they say that if there were no guns, nobody would get shot, but unless they invent some sort of magic wand, there will always be guns in the hands of criminals.

    People still get shot in the UK, and that’s a friggin’ island!


  19. lobo91
    19 | March 30, 2012 9:28 am

    mawskrat wrote:

    and in the mean time young black men
    a killing each other left and right.

    there is no political capitol in that!

    Exactly.

    Blacks kill each other (and they kill whites) every day in our major cities, and it barely makes the local news.

    Only when a white person kills a black is it “newsworthy.”


  20. 20 | March 30, 2012 9:29 am

    @ lobo91:

    Not to mention the fact that there are multitudes of ways to killl and maim people other than guns. Getting rid of guns would at best simply cause murderers to turn to other weapons, but it is really worse than that. With a firearm, an 80 year old frail woman can defend herself from a 17 year old thug. She can’t do that with a knife, but the thug can kill her with a knife or strangle her with a bed sheet or lamp cord. People that want to get rid of guns simply aren’t thinking, if reducing crime is truly their goal. With most of them, though, it is about power in the hands of the State, and real concern about crime is non-existant.


  21. 21 | March 30, 2012 9:30 am

    Iron Fist wrote:

    That is why I draw the line at gun control, and say that if you are going ot have to fight, then fighting to keep your weapons is a rational point to choose to take up arms. Once you’ve surrendered your right to be armed, it becomse more difficult to resist the State in whatever else it choses to persue.

    Yup, The founding father’s of this great republic did not include the Second Amendment in our Constitution so that American Citizens would be guaranteed the right to go hunting or engage in sports shooting. They included it specifically so that the Citizens would retain the power over the nation as opposed to the Government having that power. It was placed their very specifically as a guarantee that the government they type of tyranny or totalitarian government that they has just freed themselves from under British rule.


  22. 22 | March 30, 2012 9:34 am

    lobo91 wrote:

    Sure, they’re right when they say that if there were no guns, nobody would get shot,

    That notion is based on the logic fallacy that “Guns” kill. Guns do not kill, human being kill, and history is filled one bloody page after then next for 10,000 years with examples of how human being kill without the need to resort to guns.

    Guns only make the job of killing quicker and easier, they do not change the dynamics of what is psychologically required to kill another human being.


  23. lobo91
    23 | March 30, 2012 9:41 am

    @ doriangrey:

    That was why I said that if there were no guns, nobody would get shot, not that nobody would get killed.


  24. citizen_q
    24 | March 30, 2012 9:43 am

    lobo91 wrote:

    unless they invent some sort of magic wand, there will always be guns in the hands of criminals.

    Not only that, but what about force imbalances and capabilities of the intended victim. They want to take firearms, the most efficient effective method of self-defense away. Many attacks are by multiple individuals and against elderly. There are those who believe that citizens, which to them is a euphemism for victim, should take their lumps. They should eventually heal-up.

    Here is a link to an example in DC. I posted a link to a article from more verifiable source here before, but I am working this is first I found with my limited google foo.

    http://offgridsurvival.com/dcantigunpoliticiancitizenvictim/


  25. lobo91
    25 | March 30, 2012 9:44 am

    @ Iron Fist:

    Another thing the anti-gun crowd always likes to bring up is suicides.

    They’ve apparently never looked at the suicide rate in Japan, which is three times the US rate--with zero private firearms ownership.


  26. Bumr50
    26 | March 30, 2012 9:44 am

    doriangrey wrote:

    They included it specifically so that the Citizens would retain the power over the nation as opposed to the Government having that power. It was placed their very specifically as a guarantee that the government they type of tyranny or totalitarian government that they has just freed themselves from under British rule.

    That’s why it drives me nuts when even pro-gun folks use the hunting/recreation argument.

    It trivializes the argument, IMHO.


  27. 27 | March 30, 2012 9:47 am

    citizen_q wrote:

    There are those who believe that citizens, which to them is a euphemism for victim, should take their lumps. They should eventually heal-up.

    We have that in spades in the Martin-Zimmerman case. The Left obviously feel that he (Zimmerman) should have just let Martin beat the shit out of him and let it be done. This is exactly the kind of case that “Stand Your Ground” was intended for. Otherwise, you give a pass to criminals to be criminals as long as they are unarmed. This is wrong on so many levels.


  28. 28 | March 30, 2012 9:53 am

    Yet another endorsement for Romney. A biggie, this time:

    Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on Friday endorsed former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney as the 2012 Republican presidential nominee.

    The House budget chairman announced his endorsement on Fox News’ “Fox and Friends,” saying that while the contentious GOP primary process has “been constructive up until now,” it could soon become “counterproductive.”

    I generally agree with this. Romney is the nominee. There is really no point in continuing to fight it. We have to try and win with him, which is going to be a very steep order. I think it can be done, but I don’t know that Romney has it in him to do what is needed to do it. Certainly he has shown no willingness to reach out to the Tea PArty or conservatives in general. That is a losing hand if he continues to play it. To win the Presidency you have to maximize your base. Romney has to date done just the opposite.


  29. buzzsawmonkey
    29 | March 30, 2012 9:56 am

    Al Sharpton’s network is Amos ‘n’ BC.


  30. Bumr50
    30 | March 30, 2012 9:57 am

    Iron Fist wrote:

    That is a losing hand if he continues to play it. To win the Presidency you have to maximize your base. Romney has to date done just the opposite.

    Interesting take on that over at AT yesterday.


  31. lobo91
    31 | March 30, 2012 9:57 am

    @ Iron Fist:

    This case came up during several breaks in the class I was teaching up north this past week.

    One of the black students said just that, that Zimmerman “should have been able to take a beating.”


  32. buzzsawmonkey
    32 | March 30, 2012 10:04 am

    Iron Fist wrote:

    We have that in spades in the Martin-Zimmerman case.

    Dogwhistle!


  33. 33 | March 30, 2012 10:04 am

    lobo91 wrote:

    @ Iron Fist:
    This case came up during several breaks in the class I was teaching up north this past week.
    One of the black students said just that, that Zimmerman “should have been able to take a beating.”

    At which point you should have asked him how he likes taking a beating.


  34. 34 | March 30, 2012 10:06 am

    buzzsawmonkey wrote:

    Iron Fist wrote:
    We have that in spades in the Martin-Zimmerman case.
    Dogwhistle!

    Oh… Is that what that was…. I thought that was a Train Horn… :oops:


  35. lobo91
    35 | March 30, 2012 10:06 am

    @ doriangrey:

    At which point you should have asked him how he likes taking a beating.

    It was a woman, actually.


  36. citizen_q
    36 | March 30, 2012 10:07 am

    lobo91 wrote:

    @ Iron Fist:
    This case came up during several breaks in the class I was teaching up north this past week.
    One of the black students said just that, that Zimmerman “should have been able to take a beating.”

    Trevon should have been able to take a bullet.

    /

    What morons.


  37. 37 | March 30, 2012 10:08 am

    @ lobo91:

    Hey, I don’t believe in sexual discrimination. How does she like to take a beating?


  38. 38 | March 30, 2012 10:08 am

    lobo91 wrote:

    @ doriangrey:
    At which point you should have asked him how he likes taking a beating.
    It was a womandumb bitch, actually.

    Ahhhh I see….. :twisted:


  39. 39 | March 30, 2012 10:09 am

    citizen_q wrote:

    lobo91 wrote:
    @ Iron Fist:
    This case came up during several breaks in the class I was teaching up north this past week.
    One of the black students said just that, that Zimmerman “should have been able to take a beating.”

    Trevon should have been able to take a bullet.
    /
    What morons.

    + elev1111ty Trillion


  40. 40 | March 30, 2012 10:10 am

    Iron Fist wrote:

    @ lobo91:
    Hey, I don’t believe in sexual discrimination. How does she like to take a beating?

    ROTFLMAO…

    A) Black
    B) Woman
    C)…. Yea, better not go there… :oops:


  41. lobo91
    41 | March 30, 2012 10:12 am

    @ doriangrey:

    Yup


  42. RIX
    42 | March 30, 2012 10:45 am

    Good morning. Sharpton & Jackson are idealist warriors
    for the people.
    They were right about Tawana Brawley & the Duke LaCrosse
    case, weren’t they?
    oh wait, they were wrong, but they just move on.


  43. Speranza
    43 | March 30, 2012 10:53 am

    RIX wrote:

    Good morning. Sharpton & Jackson are idealist warriors
    for the people.
    They were right about Tawana Brawley & the Duke LaCrosse
    case, weren’t they?
    oh wait, they were wrong, but they just move on.

    In a sane world they would’ve both been thrown in jail.


  44. buzzsawmonkey
    44 | March 30, 2012 11:03 am

    RIX wrote:

    oh wait, they were wrong, but they just move on.

    Dot org.


  45. 45 | March 30, 2012 11:03 am

    Speranza wrote:

    RIX wrote:
    Good morning. Sharpton & Jackson are idealist warriors
    for the people.
    They were right about Tawana Brawley & the Duke LaCrosse
    case, weren’t they?
    oh wait, they were wrong, but they just move on.

    In a sane world they would’ve both been thrown in jail.

    The progressive/Liberals drove the sanity train off the track’s, and if that wasn’t bad enough they did it while the train was crossing the highest trestle bridge in the entire Universe. Currently said Progressive/Liberals are in the dining car enjoying a LSD Slurpee as the rotational velocity of the downward plunging train twists reality into something resembling the Aurora Borealis.


  46. RIX
    46 | March 30, 2012 11:06 am

    @ Speranza:

    In a sane world they would’ve both been thrown in jail

    Instead they are treated as credible people by the
    MSM.
    You wonder what either one of them would list as”occupation”. Maybe ‘Rabble Rouser”


  47. RIX
    47 | March 30, 2012 11:09 am

    buzzsawmonkey wrote:

    RIX wrote:
    oh wait, they were wrong, but they just move on.
    Dot org.

    Did you ever hear anybody rhyme more incomprehensable
    crap than Jesse Jackson?


  48. buzzsawmonkey
    48 | March 30, 2012 11:15 am

    RIX wrote:

    Did you ever hear anybody rhyme more incomprehensable
    crap than Jesse Jackson?

    Jesse Jackson is an even worse orator than Barack Obama—but, in Jesse’s defense, he doesn’t cling to a Teleprompter the way a drowning man clings to a lifering.


  49. Daffy Duck
    49 | March 30, 2012 11:15 am

    RIX wrote:

    Did you ever hear anybody rhyme more incomprehensable
    crap than Jesse Jackson?

    Perhaps Vanilla Ice?


  50. RIX
    50 | March 30, 2012 11:27 am

    @ buzzsawmonkey:

    Jesse Jackson is an even worse orator than Barack Obama—but, in Jesse’s defense, he doesn’t cling to a Teleprompter the way a drowning man clings to a lifering

    Jackson is annoying, but he can work without a net.
    BHO is a stumbling, bumbling fool without the teleprompter.


  51. RIX
    51 | March 30, 2012 11:28 am

    Daffy Duck wrote:

    RIX wrote:
    Did you ever hear anybody rhyme more incomprehensable
    crap than Jesse Jackson?
    Perhaps Vanilla Ice?

    I think that it’s a jump ball. :)


  52. citizen_q
    52 | March 30, 2012 11:29 am

    The perpetrators should be executed for blasphemy! How dare someone presume to marry a five year old when mo-ham-head himself waited until aisha was six to marry her!

    Notice, this is in Great Briton, not afganistan.

    Primary schoolgirl aged five could be UK’s youngest victim of forced marriage

    A girl aged five is thought to have become Britain’s youngest victim of forced marriage.

    She was one of an astonishing 400 children helped by the Government’s Forced Marriage Unit during the last year, it has emerged.

    She said: ‘The youngest of these was actually five-years-old, so there are children involved in the practice across the school age range.’

    A spokesman for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) told Mail Online that one in ten of the cases involved victims aged below 15, while 19 per cent of those affected were aged 16 to 17-years-old.

    In the horrific case of the five-year-old girl, the authorities would not say where the marriage took place or give any more details to protect the child.


  53. citizen_q
    53 | March 30, 2012 11:36 am

    citizen_q wrote:

    She was one of an astonishing 400 children helped by the Government’s Forced Marriage Unit during the last year, it has emerged.

    Oh, BTW I wonder what the real number of child marriages was. This is the number they are assisting with.

    Further in the article:

    The Government said last year that there at least 5,000 to 8,000 cases of forced marriage in England and the number of reported cases is rising annually.

    The words islam or muslim do not appear in the article.


  54. RIX
    54 | March 30, 2012 11:38 am

    @ citizen_q:
    Isn’t this a Methodist practice?/


  55. 55 | March 30, 2012 11:42 am

    @ citizen_q:

    Wouldn’t want to offend the MOhammedans. They get violent when they are offended. Barbarians. Britain should deport all of them, but they won’t. Indeed, they really are taking over Britain. I expect them to have Shari’ia law in 20 years.


  56. Guggi
    56 | March 30, 2012 11:45 am

    It didn’t take long that they blamed the Jews. Zimmerman’s dad is called out as a Jew as well as the prosecutor who didn’t charge him.


  57. citizen_q
    57 | March 30, 2012 11:47 am

    @ Guggi:
    link please?


  58. RIX
    58 | March 30, 2012 12:05 pm

    Guggi wrote:

    It didn’t take long that they blamed the Jews. Zimmerman’s dad is called out as a Jew as well as the prosecutor who didn’t charge him.

    Figures. Who are they?


  59. Guggi
    59 | March 30, 2012 12:48 pm

    RIX wrote:

    Figures. Who are they?

    It’s all over the net: facebook, comment section of newspapers and blogs etc. If Jewish sites have to deny that Zimmerman is Jewish you know you’re in trouble.


  60. Guggi
    60 | March 30, 2012 12:49 pm

    @ Guggi:

    I forgot youtube and liveleak.


  61. RIX
    61 | March 30, 2012 12:56 pm

    @ Guggi:
    Thank you


  62. darkwords
    62 | March 30, 2012 4:02 pm

    There is a whole educational system supported and paid for by local government to reinforce to the black community that they are victims and are constantly being discriminated against. Then these educated people are given government jobs where they proceed to rape,loot, and pillage what they perceive as white bank accounts.

    It’s an Obama approved message.


  63. 63 | March 31, 2012 8:04 pm

    It is time for all of us to recognise the fact that the Left are enemies of Humankind and for us to deal with them as such.


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