Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Today in Racism

Khate McMillan (the "k" is silent) at Small Dead Animals holds up yet another Muslim to be used as a pinata by the hillbilles and mouth-breathers who lurk around her site:

"His fate remains unknown"
When the concept of "multiculturalism" was introduced to Canadians, most assumed it meant more pavilions at Folkfest...

It's not the first time a member of the Muslim organization Islamic Foundation of Toronto has gone missing, CBC News has learned. Last November, 22-year-old Abu-Ubaida Atieque, also an engineering student at the University of Toronto, went missing near Neilson Road and Ellesmere Road.

update.... "Police have located and charged Furqan Muhammed-Haroon"

Posted by Kate at August 26, 2009 1:38 AM


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Comments
It reads like the script to your typical mob movie. Except it's Abudul or Mohamed not Tony or Pauly sleeping with the fishes.

Posted by: Eskimo at August 26, 2009 1:56 AM


Interesting that this 'devoted Muslim' has been charged with the theft of computer hard drives from the same facility where other such devices were pilfered recently as well..

Something is going on..

Posted by: Kursk at August 26, 2009 4:13 AM


Khate finds another Muslim for the winged monkeys to use as a pinata.

Posted by: Harry Balsac at August 26, 2009 7:19 AM
Khate finds another Muslim for the winged monkeys to use as a pinata.


Posted by: Darrell at August 26, 2009 7:34 AM
It was interesting how many people from his mosque stepped up to vouch for his exemplary moral character, isn't it?

Wonder if they will say the same now?

Posted by: Kyla at August 26, 2009 7:40 AM


An odd story to say the least. Charged with theft of hard drives, had withdrawn thousands of dollars to go go buy plane tickets.

So I guess people still use cash to buy plane tickets. But arent there also ATM limits, you can only get so much out of an ATM in a day and it wouldnt be thousands, a thousand maybe.

Too many things dont add up about this guys story. Oh well, in due time it will come out, he doesnt strike me as the shiniest apple in the fridge.

PS: The CBC story is the one that brings up "identity" so it matches the criteria for Pavilions at Folkfest

Posted by: Stephen at August 26, 2009 7:45 AM


He's just another fine example of an immigrant doing the jobs Canadians aren't willing to do.

Posted by: Mr.g at August 26, 2009 7:51 AM


The whole thing is bizarre.

What would motivate someone to pull a stunt of that nature? We may find out unless our strict privacy laws are invoked.


Posted by: Liz J at August 26, 2009 7:55 AM



Mr.g, what job is that? Student, thief, suspected terrorist cell leader? Muslim mob target, international man of mystery? geez I dunno, but I think I know at least a couple unemployed network techs would love to be any of these, minus the Muslim Mob target.

Posted by: Arron D at August 26, 2009 7:55 AM


How do you say "I'm a legitimate businessman" in Arabic?

Posted by: Goofy Guy at August 26, 2009 8:00 AM


And that should be CANADIAN network Techs who would ...

Posted by: Arron D at August 26, 2009 8:17 AM



Arron D:

That "whoosh" you hear is the sound of a joke going 30,000 feet over your head.

On an unrelated note, bartenders across the US mourn, and young women breathe sighs of relief at the news that Ted Kennedy died at the age of 77.

Posted by: KevinB at August 26, 2009 8:36 AM



The only illumination this non-story provides is about the loopy mind of the person who posted it. There is no relevance to multiculturalism here. If you see this story as evidence of any larger issue, than you're well on your way to being fitted for a tinfoil cap.

Posted by: David at August 26, 2009 8:37 AM


what an effeminate muslim.

usually this behavior is reserved for the Dar Heatheringtons of the world or this one from NB.


http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20090810/nb_kidnapping_090810/20090810/

Posted by: cal2 at August 26, 2009 8:46 AM



What's been reported to this point leads to more questions and unfortunately speculation.

Apparently he had been charged with stealing a green plastic recycling bin stuffed with computer equipment from his 'former' employer, IBM Canada.

He apparently withdrew the "large amount of cash from an ATM in preparation for his trip that evening to the United Arab Emirates", as reported in the G&M. He must already have had his ticket so what would constitute "a large amount of cash" is the question.

Guess people charged with theft are still allowed to leave the country. Was he fired from IBM?

The fella has some 'splainin' to do.
We better leave him to it.

Posted by: Liz J at August 26, 2009 8:48 AM



don't say anything about moslems and airplane tickets. it's not funny. don't say anything about moslems and stealing anything, especially identities or anything about computers, and if you do, don't say anything about prior criminal activities, don't say anything about moslems and having to go into hiding, don't say anything about anything moslem or anything moslem like, don't say anything about moslems and 30,000 feet, don't say anything about Ted Kennedy yet, you know very well he doesn't wake up until almost noon, and then it's only to finish sobering up for his afternoon binge-ette, don't say anything about legitimate business and moslems in the same sentence, don't say apple, and ramadan during the daytime, especially during ramadan, don't say multicultural and canadian together, don't say terrorist and CBC, don't say devoted and moslem together, don't say monkeys and moslem together, that really doesn't look good, don't this, don't that. just don't. just get in line.

Posted by: marc in calgary at August 26, 2009 9:00 AM



That girl, who convinced her boy friend to kill another girl in Scarborough, she was tried as an adult and received life in prison.
Will any religious leaders, who convince their followers to kill on religious grounds, be tried on the same principles - that inciting murder is a criminal offense, punishable on par with murder itself?
I think that a precedent was set, and a very good one.

Posted by: Aaron at August 26, 2009 9:11 AM


Darrell -- or is it your other brother Darrell?: "What the hell does it have to do with 'multiculturalism?'"

You're kidding, right? You're asking a rhetorical question, right?

Let's go through the ABCD's of this, OK? (Marc in calgary, sorry I'm not getting in line ...)

A) PET's "official multiculturalism," the PR goes, was to turn Canada from a predominantly Judeo-Christian, European nation (granted, with more English speakers than Francophones -- gotta do something about that, said Pierre) into a multi-racial, multi-cultural, multi-gendered haven, all the better to smack down the Brits and put the Francophones out ahead. Oh, and the other thing, PET realized after he had legalized abortion, that we would have to replace the millions (that's no exaggeration) of workers that never made it out of the womb, by a massive influx of immigrants.

B) As huge numbers of immigrants, often under the guise of being refugees (great opportunity for the lawyers of Canada) flocked to Canada, bringing with them their many wives, mothers-in-law, stepbrothers, aunts, uncles, and cousins, the mantel of "multiculturalism" made them eligible for unlimited welfare, housing, dental care, medical care, and educational opportunities, all services that hardworking, overtaxed Canadians had to pay for themselves, on top of footing the bill for the immigrant population.

C) So, here we have this wonderful multicultural playground, all races, cultures, and creeds -- and we're all happy, holding hands, and having a great life together ... right?

Wrong.

In far too many cases, immigrants such as Furqan Muhammed-Haroon have taken gross advantage of Canadians' hospitality. "Multiculturalism's" basic premise is that all cultures are equivalent and it makes no distinction between hardworking Canadians, immigrant or not, and freeloading Canadians. They myth is that if you're part of Canada's "multicultural" mosaic or more pavilions at Folkfest, if you will, you're OK.

However, it turns out that Furqan Muhammed-Haroon, who is "deeply spiritual" and whose morals and conduct are "exemplary," according to Mohamed Mobeen, the secretary and fund-raising chair of the mosque he attends, has just been charged with theft under $5000 by IBM, the company for whom he worked this past summer. He has a court date sometime in September. 'Wonder why he was in the process of buying a ticket (one way?) to the United Arab Emirates?

D) There's often a pattern of recent immigrants, having been apprehended by the law, being described as "moral," "decent," "honest" individuals, when all of the evidence indicates otherwise. A common thread through this kind of dissembling -- and often leniency when it comes to sentencing – is that the person belongs to “a visible minority.” Whereas justice should be blind, it appears that in Canada, that’s not always the case. Political correctness seems to dictate that if a recent immigrant to Canada has contravened our laws, we need to bend over backwards to not appear “racist” in our dealing with the misdemeanor.

So, Darrell – or is it your other brother Darrell, or maybe your other brother David? – I hope this small lesson in the connection between this case and multiculturalism is helpful. This is the Reader’s Digest version and I hope it was simple enough for you to understand.

If you're too young, however, to have learned any history in your school, seeing as we don't teach it anymore, having replaced it with politically correct, revisionist, pie-in-the-sky, schlock, so sorry. The connection between Mr. Muhammed-Haroon's situation and multiculturalism would, obviously, not be clear to you.

Posted by: batb at August 26, 2009 10:33 AM


batb,

Good dot connecting. The trolls can't think in those complex terms. But good that you splained it to them anyway.

Now they can't say nobody ever warned them, when their daughters are forced to wear sacs when out in public and they as dhimmis (dummies) must give half + 20% of their income to their Sharia tax collectors.

There is nothing wrong with a multiracial society as long as they all share the same language and culture. Anything else means no peace EVER!

Posted by: Momar at August 26, 2009 11:03 AM



"as long as they all share the same language and culture."

Canada has never shared a single language and culture.

Posted by: ted at August 26, 2009 11:59 AM



Great explanation 'Post by: batb at August 26, 2009 10:33 AM'. Thank you.

Posted by: Merle Underwood at August 26, 2009 11:59 AM


batb:

Well said!

For those left-leaning trolls who insist on visiting this site day after day to express outrage and indignation, dispense self-righteous wisdom and demonstrate moral and intellectual superiority .... take the time to read the post and actually think long and hard about what was written before going into your usual knee-jerk, self-indulgent routine.

Posted by: biffjr. at August 26, 2009 12:00 PM



I think "new at August" is on to something here.

You guys should all go over to his place and get to the bottom of this whole muslim-multiracial- multilingual thing. Seriously, I think this guy has the answers you're looking for.

Posted by: tedafsd at August 26, 2009 12:53 PM
I'm always amazed at the Muslim mourning their dead children......and wonder are they more distraught at losing a potential suicide bomber????

Posted by: sasquatch at August 26, 2009 1:01 PM


batb, you forgot sitting around in a circle and singing kumbaya.

Posted by: Ken at August 26, 2009 1:28 PM




sasquatch

Great nick!

And yes, Muslims don't care about their children the way other humans do - that's very astute of you to understand that.

Welcome to small brain-dead animals.

You're amongst friends here.

Posted by: bob234 at August 26, 2009 1:30 PM



That is so right Bob.Especially when we overlook the atrocities committed against their OWN children in the name of Allah. Keep on overlooking the realities of the 'religion of peace' and you will fit in well with the rest of the perpetually indignant and offended.

Posted by: wallyj at August 26, 2009 1:53 PM




wallyj:

Darling I am most certainly not offended, nor indignant. Totally slack-jawed at the sheer breadth of ignorance on display here - that's all.

But while we're chatting, can you explain how this Furqan Muhammed-Haroon has bearing on, well, anything?

Can you even explain why it's posted?

Hmmm?


Posted by: bob234 at August 26, 2009 2:01 PM


Actually,it has been explained better than I could already.Go up a bit to this, ---Posted by: batb at August 26, 2009 10:33 AM .


Posted by: wallyj at August 26, 2009 2:08 PM




Bobby, what you see as ignorance, others see as facing realities.

Realities that are becoming more self evident day by day.That you don't see what is happening is a product of your upbringing in socialist utopian Canada, where those friendly faces at the falafel stand at folkfest would NEVER conspire to kill you or your family, just because..

Posted by: Kursk at August 26, 2009 2:17 PM




In far too many cases, immigrants such as Furqan Muhammed-Haroon have taken gross advantage of Canadians' hospitality.

1) Is Furqan Muhammed-Haroon an immigrant?
2) Any statistical support for this contention? Or did you make it up?

"Multiculturalism's" basic premise is that all cultures are equivalent and it makes no distinction between hardworking Canadians, immigrant or not, and freeloading Canadians. They myth is that if you're part of Canada's "multicultural" mosaic or more pavilions at Folkfest, if you will, you're OK.

3) This doesn't even make sense. The second sentence isn't even English.

However, it turns out that Furqan Muhammed-Haroon, who is "deeply spiritual" and whose morals and conduct are "exemplary," according to Mohamed Mobeen, the secretary and fund-raising chair of the mosque he attends, has just been charged with theft under $5000 by IBM, the company for whom he worked this past summer. He has a court date sometime in September. 'Wonder why he was in the process of buying a ticket (one way?) to the United Arab Emirates?

4) Is the theory here that Muslims are predisposed to thievery? Is that it? Then for God sakes say that.
5) If his mane was McDonald would that change things for you?

D) There's often a pattern of recent immigrants, having been apprehended by the law, being described as "moral," "decent," "honest" individuals, when all of the evidence otherwise. A common thread through this kind of dissembling -- and often leniency when it comes to sentencing – is that the person belongs to “a visible minority.” Whereas justice should be blind, it appears that in Canada, that’s not always the case. Political correctness seems to dictate that if a recent immigrant to Canada has contravened our laws, we need to bend over backwards to not appear “racist” in our dealing with the misdemeanor.

6) Where's the special treatment you're alluding to? He's been busted - quickly.


So, Darrell – or is it your other brother Darrell, or maybe your other brother David? – I hope this small lesson in the connection between this case and multiculturalism is helpful. This is the Reader’s Digest version and I hope it was simple enough for you to understand.

7) There is no lesson, and the only connection is in your mind. Google ""Correlation does not imply causation"

If you're too young, however, to have learned any history in your school, seeing as we don't teach it anymore, having replaced it with politically correct, revisionist, pie-in-the-sky, schlock, so sorry. The connection between Mr. Muhammed-Haroon's situation and multiculturalism would, obviously, not be clear to you.

7) I see, a good history course is all that's needed to understand why this meaningless case reveals profound truths about Muslims.

Sorry if I'm buying it, nor the patronizing tone you're employing to suggest a superiority you can't provide by way of reasoned argument.

Posted by: bob234 at August 26, 2009 2:26 PM

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wonder which party these clowns vote for.

JA Goneaux said...

If you think its the Conservatives, you aren't reading well enough...

Anonymous said...

Mark, would you entertain a moratorium on re-printing her vile stuff? She doesn't like multiculturalism and voices her continuing displeasure with the Muslim community. We get it.

Ottawa Watch said...

It goes past that. It's outright racism.

home staging said...

Thanks a lot for posting the article AND the discussion. Sometimes reading the opinions of people is much more interesting than the article itself.

Regards, Ella.