December 01, 2016

Ohio State students can’t say “terrorism”

Faith GoldyArchive

Following an Islamist attack at Ohio State University, I asked students and professors on the ground what they thought about jihad in their own back yard. 

Will students call the attack, now claimed by ISIS, terrorism?

Is the attacker's religion relevant?

And is the occasional terrorist attack a necessary trade-off for the perceived benefits of multiculturalism?

Their answers will shock you!

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commented 2016-12-07 16:47:13 -0500
What a bunch of “queens” you found walking around Faith. These must be the same people who were crying and need to go to their safe places, when Hillary lost. How old is that second student interviewed, 55? These are the type of people that get thrown off buildings over in the middle east.
commented 2016-12-02 13:31:28 -0500
These are our future adults! Heaven Help us. The are totally clueless. The world has gone to hell in a handbasket and there is nothing that we can do. Stupidity at its best. I sure hope Donald Trump follows through with his plan to get a better handle on these immigrants. And no, I am not a racist or a bigot , I just can’t stand these terrorist doing this to people!
commented 2016-12-02 13:28:17 -0500
I find these people and this institutionalized brainwashing TEN times scarier than any terrorist toting ANY weapon. At least I have a definite answer for how to deal with the terrorist. What the hell do you do with people like this? There are many generations to come just like the automatons you saw Faith talking to. Scary as all F-ing hell.
commented 2016-12-02 11:13:55 -0500
I didn’t hear anything about the UBC incident, but of course the corrupt media doesn’t want anything printed that puts their Saudi masters in a bad light.
commented 2016-12-02 11:04:08 -0500
I’m not sure if The Rebel followed the story about a month ago regarding and incident at UBC in Vancouver, where a student from Saudi Arabia (Thamer Almestadi) tried to cut the throat of a female student visiting from Oregon, I believe. Luckily another male student heard the girls screams and was able to stop the potential murder. It would be interesting to know if there are any further developments in this case. Has he been released on bail, returned to Saudi Arabia, what were his motives, etc.?
commented 2016-12-02 07:43:04 -0500
Ty Nelson – Develop a thick skin young warrior and get in there and fight for what you think is right, do not capitulate to anyone who makes you go against your own morals and values.
commented 2016-12-02 05:16:07 -0500
More than likely a significant number of those that were wounded would have given the same kind of answers to Faith’s questions. Now I would expect, unless they are complete cretins, for them to be informed and have a realistic view of the Muslim problem. Universities are places where people go to get educated, there wasn’t one individual that Faith talked to that had any intelligence whatsoever, all of them were like Stepford Wives. The fact that there is a large number of deniers like these people is seriously scary in itself.
commented 2016-12-02 01:23:42 -0500
Dan Mancuso—-I thought most Gov’t Departments were Turkey Farms. A close friend worked 15 years in BC’s Interior. He still shakes his head when he tells people that his Department used to have a meeting every Thurs. to come up with ideas on what to talk about at the regular Friday meeting.
commented 2016-12-02 01:00:57 -0500
BILL ELDER commented 3 hours ago
“Change the name of this turkey ranch to “Cuck U”.

That’s a new term on me and I had to look it up:
“turkey farm
– A government agency or department staffed primarily with political appointments and other patronage hires.
A Vanderbilt University study notes that “In every administration certain agencies acquire reputations as ‘turkey farms’ or ‘dead pools.’ Positions in these agencies get filled with less qualified administrators, often by presidents under pressure to find jobs for campaign staff, key donors, or well-connected job-seekers.”
After the Federal Emergency Management Agency was unprepared for the 1989 San Francisco earthquake and Hurricanes Hugo and Andrew in 1989 and 1992, a federal report noted the agency “is widely viewed as a political dumping ground, ‘a turkey farm’…where large numbers of positions exist that can be conveniently and quietly filled by political appointment.”

Turkey ranch, well how appropriate a term is that?
commented 2016-12-02 00:13:31 -0500
I got an eerie feeling when I heard those interviews. It reminded me of last year when Ezra was interviewing Swedish citizens, asking them if they felt that they were losing their Country to the Muslim Refugees? They spoke softly like they were afraid of getting punished, if they said anything remotely critical of their invaders, or their Gov’t that brought them in.
These students didn’t sound dumb like Ontario’s University students,( celebrating Trudeau’s socks) they only sounded like this was the way they were taught to feel.
commented 2016-12-01 23:42:53 -0500
Guys, not all university students are stupid. It is mostly the sociology and gender studies students(though they do sometimes infect other practices with the rhetoric). If you turn around and question the students trying to be scientists or mathematicians you might possibly get a different answer. I’m currently in university myself but in one of the conservative provinces so there is a large vocal conservative group here, even though the professors are primarily liberals. I’ll admit I’ve been yelled at for my views already though honestly, I don’t care what they think.
commented 2016-12-01 23:12:33 -0500
We must stop subsidizing these factories of indoctrination. Defund this corrupt university system now.
commented 2016-12-01 22:59:36 -0500
The sheer stupidity of these people is breath-taking, and should be a wake-up call to anyone left with good sense.
commented 2016-12-01 21:56:49 -0500
Stupid stupid people. I guess they personally need to bleed or have someone they care about die to even take proper notice,… if then. It’s right in their faces and they still refuse to get it. Why don’t people even try to educate themselves about Islam? I know more about Islam than those faculty members do. It’s shameful.
commented 2016-12-01 21:39:23 -0500
Back in the 90’s, when my ethnic group – Irish Catholics – were terrorists, everyone in England was kind and good to me, despite my accent. But some people called us pigs – and I felt that they were right too. If you are a peace-loving person, you understand those who direct abuse at you, when your own kind commits an abominable act. Patronizing balderdash is much more offensive to me.
commented 2016-12-01 21:03:12 -0500
Change the name of this turkey ranch to “Cuck U”. How deep in denial of fact can you get? OTOH it shows there people are not being taught logic and critical thinking processes here, just narratives – like children with an Easter Bunny story, don’t confront them with facts.
commented 2016-12-01 20:55:55 -0500
If there are radical Christians, ie. Christians who go all fanatical in their application of Christian principles, they would be people like Mother Theresa who went way overboard with her love and compassion for the poor and down trodden…. much like Jesus. On the other hand radical Muslims, ie. Muslims who go all fanatical in their application of Islamic principles, they would be people like Abdul Artan who went way overboard with his hatred and desire to kill all infidels…. much like Mohammad.
commented 2016-12-01 20:36:19 -0500
Not fair to just say it’s radical islam because there are radical Christians too? The person who said this is lying. Radical Christians do not exist, maybe insane ones, but not radical. How many Christian groups are running around in the world mass killing non Christians in the name of God or Jesus according to the teaching in the bible? Zero. How many Christian leaders are teaching to go out and kill the non Christians? Zero.
The people in this video sound like brainwashed fools who are lying to themselves and others regarding Islamic terrorism and it’s this attitude that’s going to get many more people killed. To say they accept Islamic terrorism as normal is to condone the death of innocent bystanders which places blame on each and every one of these morons. The families of the victims should get these moron’s asses and the professors spreading this garbage, kicked out of the universities for this stunning conformity to terrorism and thrown into jail (they all sound indoctrinated to islam and sharia law). The behaviour they display is totally uncalled for, extremely dangerous and intolerable. It makes me sick to my stomach.
commented 2016-12-01 19:54:49 -0500
Good for you Faith.
Maurice: well put.
The woman cuts the ends off the roast and says that how you cook a roast. When asked where she learned that, she said her mother did that. When asking the mother why she cut the ends off the roast; because the roast wouldn’t fit in her pot.
These kids are learning the wrong message, the wrong definition and the wrong way of discerning and interpreting this information.
Misguided compassion or else outright fear they will be next.
commented 2016-12-01 19:49:38 -0500
Watching VP elect, Mike Pence speaking at rally in Cincinnati, OH. He just said once again that “immigration from all terror hot spots is going to suspended”. Much more sense then anything up here. Makes me want to be an American citizen! Thankfully, there seems to be more people aware of what’s going on than not. Speaking to anyone at Universities these days, faculty and/or student and expecting them to make sense is often just a waist of time. Braindead!
commented 2016-12-01 19:22:49 -0500
Sheep educating sheep.
commented 2016-12-01 19:17:57 -0500
Great job Faith, thanks.

Fraser Mc: How many times do you explain to a child – not to touch the burner on the stove, some listen, seems most don’t. Most disturbing is the fact that it’s adults that are touching the burner and are denying the pain…Example…Trudeau’s Notley’s and Wynne’s worshipers.
commented 2016-12-01 19:13:41 -0500
Sheep tend to be pretty dumb animals when the wolves are eating the flock… just like lemmings and cliffs or the doe-doe bird
commented 2016-12-01 19:07:18 -0500
It’s plain to me and as you can see IT’S IDIOTS TEACHING IDIOTS When will all the proof come in maybe at the next university or the next school after all schools are easy target gun free zones are the answers. WHEN WILL THEY EVER LEARN maybe when they are made to knell down to have their throats slit

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commented 2016-12-01 18:28:33 -0500
Cog·ni·tive dis·so·nance – noun PSYCHOLOGY: The state of having inconsistent thoughts, beliefs, or attitudes, especially as relating to behavioral decisions and attitude change, or, having a schizophrenic reaction to being confronted by new information that conflicts with existing beliefs, ideas or values.

Enough said:

Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 32,344 Attacks, 207,002 Killed, 289,854 Injured that we know of.
commented 2016-12-01 18:23:09 -0500
Faith, you summed it up nicely. These Quislings are unwilling to cope with the truth so they are, as always, desperately seeking comforting lies. The faculty member keeps saying he won’t make a decision until all the facts are out. How many facts is he aware of now? In my part of the world if something as nasty as this happens we quickly inform ourselves. We don’t put on the virtue signalling blinders.