Call it what it is: endorsement

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5 Responses to Call it what it is: endorsement

  1. rosie says:

    Hasn’t even generated much discussion on the cats.
    Brief mention on internet that another child had died of their injuries.

  2. Shy Ted says:

    Another day in so many shameful, shameful lives.

  3. Not Trampis says:

    imagine if one asked CL to apologise each time there was a child abuse case in the Catholic denomination.

    This is as stupid as that.

  4. Boambee John says:

    Non Compos Mentis

    imagine if one asked CL to apologise each time there was a child abuse case in the Catholic denomination.

    Imagine if one asked Ministers for Education, at all levels, to apologise each time there was a child abuse case in the public schooling systems. They would be very busy.

  5. Ivan Denisovich says:

    imagine if one asked CL to apologise each time there was a child abuse case in the Catholic denomination.

    That false equivalency won’t fly. As Brendan O’Neill argues:

    Six killed, 62 injured, in what police are treating as a suspected act of intentional homicide. That is, mass murder……

    But there are things we already know about Mr Brooks that make the silence of the woke elites even more curious, and shameful. We know he posted invective against white people on social media. He wrote about ‘knokkin white ppl TF out’. He shared commentary on the problem of ‘white privilege’. There seem to have been flashes of anti-Semitism in his thinking, too. He shared an image of Hitler and a meme saying the Jews in Israel are ‘false white Jews’. He appeared to be echoing the eccentric black-nationalist belief that African-Americans are the true descendants of Israelites. Shouldn’t this be more widely discussed – the fact that a man suspected of intentionally slaughtering six white people at a Christmas parade had posted anti-white comments online?

    To see how perverse the woke set’s relative silence on Waukesha is, just do this simple thought experiment. Imagine if a white man drove a car into a crowd of mostly black Christmas revellers and killed six of them. Imagine if it was discovered that this white man had posted social-media comments saying we should knock black people the fuck out. Imagine if he had dabbled in white-nationalist thought experiments online. What do you think would be happening right now?

    Exactly. The double standards on the (lack of) reporting on this compared to Rittenhouse, to take one example, should be obvious to any impartial observer.

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