Wednesday, December 14, 2005

What Political Correctness Gets You

As a person that has a certain disdain for political correctness, this was interesting.

From our partner site, The Infidel Bloggers Alliance.


Aussie Riot Roundup

Australia has "declare war on rioters":

SYDNEY has declared war on all rioters after more than 48 hours of lawlessness and admissions from both the police and Muslim leaders that they have been unable to control the angry mobs of young men.NSW Premier Morris Iemma announced a series of new police powers, including increasing the penalty for rioting from five years to 15, as the number of officers on the streets was trebled.

At dusk last night, an extra 450 highly mobile police and 20 dog-squad units were patrolling the hot spots in suburbs across Sydney as communities braced for a third night of violence.

That is just to catch you up on the story.

Now look what happens when law and order is not provided.

I have no doubt that some of the Middle Eastern guys beat up were innocent. But that's what happens when perceived political correctness undermines public confidence. We rely on the state to dispense justice, when that is thought to fail then mob rule steps in and punishes innocent and guilty alike.

If the law of the land is overlooked in favor of PC Bull-Shit, this is what you are left with.

I will not call it anarchy, as that is a strong word, but society will make their voice heard.

On one hand, it is unfortunate that innocents get caught in the cross-fire, on the other, it is note-worthy.

This is a country that, at it's core, will not give up to Islamofascists.

I love my life in the US, but I don't have confidence in my fellow Americans to take the same stand.

PC ridiculousness rules here.

Please tell me I am wrong!

3 Comments:

Blogger Pastorius said...

Ok, you're wrong. They might be able to take California, and the Pacific Northwest, but they sure as hell couldn't take most of the rest of the country. There are an awful log of no-nonesense people in the hearland of this country, Fu2rman.

I think you are seeing things through the prism of Pussyland, California.

7:40 AM  
Blogger Cosmo Kramer said...

I mean Pastorius has a point, for example I know we wouldn't give up to the ideals of the outside world, for example Islamic rule, and jihads...We would remain strong as a nation not to give up to the outside world. I think we are making a bold statment to the world, however when it comes to inside our nation, it is a different situation or it could be an identity crisis?

7:23 PM  
Blogger James_Hornet said...

You are wrong. Some day I will rule the world!

2:14 AM  

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