Friday, January 01, 2016
What this country needs is more electric shock torture and organ harvesting of prisoners. How about we bring in some more Syrians?
Ann Coulter points out the ridiculous contradictions found in the NY Times.
The media's persistent attempts to paint sympathetic portraits of the Third-Worlders pouring into America are always exercises in self-contradiction.On one hand, the Times loves to provide lavishly detailed accounts of the atrocities committed on a daily basis in backward countries in order to pull at readers' heartstrings. But then they're shocked when readers don't respond to descriptions of these medieval cultures by saying, What this country needs is more electric shock torture and organ harvesting of prisoners. How about we bring in some more Syrians?The day after the Times' story about Kamal and his trays of cupcakes and rafts of grievances, the paper ran a front-page story about the "flawed justice" -- that was in the title -- involving a homicidal mob in Afghanistan.First, the good news: No police officers shot any unarmed black teens. Now, the bad news: A 27-year-old woman, Farkhunda Malikzada, was beaten to death by an enraged mob in Kabul after being falsely accused of burning a Koran.The Times reports:"In the videos, Farkhunda seems at first to be screaming in pain from the kicks, but then her body convulses under the blows, and soon she stops moving at all. Even when the mob pulls her into the street and gets a car to run over her, and she is dragged 300 feet, the police stand by."By then, she was little more than a clothed mass of blood and bones. Yet still more people came to beat her. One of the most fervent was a young man, Mohammad Yaqoub, who worked at an eyeglasses shop. He heard the crowd as Farkhunda was dragged behind the car and rushed out, eager to join."Let's get Yaqoub here. He can work at Lens Crafters!