December 03, 2015

Western leaders, media are "conditioning us to accept terrorism" now that victims aren't "just Jews and journalists"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

After the November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris, the French ambassador to the U.S. wrote a letter to French ex-pats saying, "Yesterday journalists and Jews; now ordinary citizens whose only crime was to enjoy life on a Friday night in Paris.”

Now look at what John Kerry said:

That the terrorist attack against Charlie Hebdo and the Jewish supermarket had a "legitimacy" to it.

He quickly revised his word to a "rationale," but then he went on to compare them to the later November 13 attacks, which he called "absolutely indiscriminate.”

So...attacking Jews makes sense; attacking journalists who criticize Islam makes sense?

And here’s CNN:

"It wasn’t that a person was picked out because of their faith. It wasn’t because a person was picked out because of their jobs such as Charlie Hebdo. This was just people — any kind of person. And that has really shaken the people of Paris.”

If it was black churches being firebombed by the KKK, I’m not quite sure John Kerry, CNN and the French Ambassador would all be saying there’s a "rationale" to it.

But that’s how they’re conditioning us to accept terrorism overseas — even as they invite Canada and the U.S. to import tens of thousands of Muslim men as “refugees."

Trudeau's Liberals MUST halt plans to bring in thousands of Syrian refugees
until they can guarantee the safety of the Canadian people.

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commented 2015-12-04 19:24:46 -0500
Rebelation you would have to prove that Justin can think for himself or has the mental capacity to form intent. that would be hard to prove.
Elton Braun got that right , it is like we are not allowed to think for and look out for ourselves.
commented 2015-12-04 17:18:56 -0500
If, as a ‘white privalaged infidel’, I’m expected to accept living with Islamic terrorism, than it’s only fair that all Muslims accept living under intense suspicion and scrutiny.
commented 2015-12-04 02:11:12 -0500
Trudeau’s first obligation is to the safety and well being of Cdn’s. Putting that at risk is a Breach of Trust, a chargeable offense.
commented 2015-12-03 20:19:34 -0500
Obama :
What religion were the “violent vicious zealots who chop off heads”?
What religion were the “random folks in a Deli in Paris”?
If you can’t say the words, you have no right to be called a leader of anything … not even the latrine sanitation group.
commented 2015-12-03 19:38:38 -0500
How can one go about holding CBC accountable to having unbiased news coverage for the tax payer’s they represent? Who is the CBC accountable to? Is there a media governing body in Canada?
Just a very simple comparison between what the BBC is covering versus the CBC is quantitative evidence ( a yardstick to compare to for a public broadcasting corporation, same with Australia and others). The CBC is being the most “racist” and “extreme” of anyone.
commented 2015-12-03 19:35:01 -0500
It is too bad that whenever a mass shooting takes place, the politicians and the media turn the whole thing into a gun control issue, instead of examining motive honestly.
commented 2015-12-03 19:31:37 -0500
the French r cowards and weak take a long hard look into the history of France they deserve what they get and when it is too late too do anything about it they will call out for help as they have always done
commented 2015-12-03 19:22:28 -0500
I bet French people now understand how Israelis feel, and I bet not too many people would call French National Front racist.
commented 2015-12-03 18:48:48 -0500
Why aren’t politicians listening to the enemy (Islamic muslims) and stopping this insane refugee migration. They hate democracy, all non-muslims and said they are going to attack us, but keep inviting them here on our money. There have been numerous muslim terrorist attacks in N America over the last while and everyone keeps ignoring these facts. There are statistics stating that the more muslims there are in a country the more trouble they cause. I do not feel safe in Canada. There are getting to be too many of them (muslim jihadists) and our military, media and governments are getting watered down and feminized more and more everyday. Welcome to Canada, the land of the feminine and politically correct. Nothing to fear here (or feel safe about either).
commented 2015-12-03 17:15:43 -0500
I wonder how our Leaders will rationalize it—when Muslims start ‘stabbing’ random White people on the street in the USA and Canada. Probably PTSD.
commented 2015-12-03 17:15:43 -0500
I wonder how our Leaders will rationalize it—when Muslims start ‘stabbing’ random White people on the street in the USA and Canada. Probably PTSD.
commented 2015-12-03 16:35:06 -0500
If the goal of the liberal politicians and MSM is to condition the general population to be desensitized to the reality of terrorism, and accepting of it as the new normal, it isn’t working. The general population may not be talking openly about it, but that’s entirely out of of fear, which I suppose is understandable. It’s the constant elephant in the room that everyone knows is there but everyone is deathly afraid to acknowledge. The more the elephants flails around and destroys the furnishings, the more ridiculous the denial becomes. Everyone knows it’s there…. It’s impossible not to. For the general population, it’s fear of becoming a victim of terrorism. The best way to do that is to remain as inconspicuous as possible. But for liberals, fear of being branded as intolerant, conservative or Islamophobic, is far greater than their fear of being beheaded. But, come on, deep down in their black hearts, they know the truth. It’s so self-evident, it’s impossible not to.
commented 2015-12-03 16:09:04 -0500
Another terrorist attack on the United States of America.
The President responds by calling for tougher gun control laws.
commented 2015-12-03 16:01:25 -0500
December 3, 2015
Dear Diary;
I wish Gerald would hurry up with my lines for my speech from my throne because this nanny thing has taken legs. Even my best buds across the pond at the BBC have now reported that someone thinks I’m a hypocrite. At least they mentioned that I may have mentioned that I might possibly give my baby bonus cheque to charity. I’ll get a tax receipt for that, right?
I’ve told people that daddy raised us to step toward trouble rather than to step away from it. Well, so much for that crap. I’ve been laying low for a day or two now hoping for a whole pile of shit to blow over. And apparently it’s just all about me playing a little fast and loose with the truth. I mean, who doesn’t? It’s not only that pesky NannyGate business, but now Brian Lilley at The Rebel has let the cat out the bag by reporting that we’re having a hard time finding a few Syrians that want to come to Canada. At least for now that idea Gerald had for McCallum to distract everyone by getting us to fret over a potential backlash is working like a charm. He’s putting out the notion that if Syrian refugees are pampered and given privileged treatment when Canadians are struggling for jobs themselves, it might cause divisiveness among Canadians. That should take the heat off me. I love it when a plan comes together.
commented 2015-12-03 13:17:29 -0500
I will NEVER, EVER accept ISLAMIC Terrorism! 🔥❤️❤️❤️🔥

They want a Fight? They got it! THEY ARE on the LOSING END 🔥❤️❤️❤️🔥

\O/ 🔥🔥🔥❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🔥🔥🔥 \O/
commented 2015-12-03 12:41:36 -0500
Canada will soon follow the same path, adopting the same attitudes. We have no choice, as long as we have Trudeau and his agenda of stupidity and Islamic dogma.
commented 2015-12-03 12:35:16 -0500
Western PARTNERS OF ISLAMIC TERRORISTS WHO ACT AS leaders, media are “conditioning us to accept terrorism” now that victims aren’t “just Jews and journalists”

There, fixed it for you Ezra.
commented 2015-12-03 12:31:55 -0500
It sounds like you just described cognitive dissonance?
commented 2015-12-03 12:17:48 -0500
@ Jamie – I wish we had politicians like that Swiss fellow here in Canada. Harper was the closet we had.
commented 2015-12-03 12:11:01 -0500
Maybe the farmers of Alberta deserve a little news coverage as well. Where do you get your food? Oh in the supermarket I guess!!
commented 2015-12-03 11:41:58 -0500
Although I am not a fan of gore and violence on TV I confess that I am regular watcher of the Hit TV shows The walking Dead and The Blacklist. My brother has a theory that the kind fo ultra graffic violence now been shown on mainstream TV is to condition us. One recurring theme on the Walking Dead is in an atmosphere where the living are often as big or bigger a threat as the human munching Zombies there are people in this society who are trying to live as though nothing has changed. Quite often these people because of their lack of grip on reality are as big of a threat to everyone around them as they are themselves. I can’t but help think of our government when I see these individuals.
commented 2015-12-03 11:20:15 -0500
Ezra – terrorism is now just part of our cultural mosaic.
commented 2015-12-03 11:01:27 -0500
Yesterday Obama expressed frustration with the mass murders committed in California. Under Obama’s presidency mass murders in the USA have increased dramatically. Perhaps this increase is caused by the sense of frustration that slightly off-balanced people feel when laws are enforced selectively, such as the federal laws against the production, sale, and distribution of marijuana, or the federal laws against safe havens for illegal immigrants as they exist in California. Or maybe frustration among the people occurs when the President rationalizes criminal acts for identifiable races or religions as he does for blacks and Muslims.. Citizens need to know the rules of the game and where they fit in. They need to know that the rules are being applied consistently and evenly. When they are not, just like in a hockey or baseball game, when the officiating is biased, the players and the fans become frustrated and act out. Obama’s America is in chaos and he, his party, his prejudices and his policies are a big part of the problem.
commented 2015-12-03 10:44:50 -0500
YANNIE ZNAYEW commented 28 mins ago
All terrorist attacks have a sense of legitimacy to them. If they strike fear into their enemies, it’s legitimate.

In the context of being a terrorist, your comment makes sense.

Hey Ezra, could you forward this to CSIS?? Looks like we have a “radical visitor” on your site and they need to be paid a visit by CSIS.
commented 2015-12-03 10:42:54 -0500
Yannie, there is never a time that a beheading is legitimate, not in this country. Maybe you should go to Syria and join up with you bum buddies. Just a suggestion.
commented 2015-12-03 10:38:13 -0500
I’ll never accept anything that stupid butt kisser Kerry says as anything but lies. What a tacky soulless creature. A clueless puppet, that sold his soul to that devil B.O. Both or their butts will be roasting in hell one day!
commented 2015-12-03 10:13:41 -0500
All terrorist attacks have a sense of legitimacy to them. If they strike fear into their enemies, it’s legitimate. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to sharpen my machete. I really don’t like any future beheadings to get messier than they need to be.