Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Now Politically Incorrect to Call Thieves Criminals

Quoting:

The executive director of the Center for Media Justice in Oakland went on social media recently to urge her neighbors not to label thieves as criminals because it shows a lack of empathy and understanding. [...]

[Malkia Cyrus] says it would be better if people referred to the thief specifically: “the person who stole my bike,” or “the person who stole my bag.” I think we should think twice before speaking in disparaging terms about ‘those criminals.’ Police can’t stop what desperation will drive folk to.”

In other words, they dindu nuffin. I know the first reaction of many will be to simply dismiss Cyrus's assertions as the retarded ramblings of a mental defective, cross-eyed, fat, nigger muff-
muncher (see picture left), but give it a few years and criminal will become as socially unacceptable as illegal. NO ONE IS ILLEGAL! Remember? Even people breaking the law aren't doing anything illegal. Words don't have meanings, stop pretending like they do, you racist.

The problem is Cyrus does not go far enough. Cyrus, you wretched pig-aninny, how dare you say someone stole your bike!?! What makes you think it is yours? You didn't build that! We all built that! And anyone of us has as much right to it as you do, fascist cunt! Capitalist, bourgeois sub-people like you disgust me.

2 comments:

  1. The fat bulldyke is copying her master obongo
    He calls looters undocumented shoppers
    Also this sheboon is alot more manly than bathhouse barry

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  2. Of course, you can't use the term "juvenile delinquent," either.
    You MUST use the term "justice-involved youth," apparently.

    Attorney General Loretta Lynch rolled out the term earlier this week in a press release obtained by the Media Research Center.

    “The Department of Justice is committed to giving justice-involved youth the tools they need to become productive members of society,” Lynch explained.The attorney general went on to explain that the Justice Department and the Department of Housing and Urban Development will launch a new $1.7-million program to help legal aid services and public housing administrators “reduce barriers for justice-involved youth.”

    IN OTHER WORDS, YOUR HARD-EARNED TAX DOLLARS GOING
    TO REHABILITATE ALL THE YOOFS WHO WERE JUST ON THE CUSP OF BEING DOCTORS, LAWYERS, AND ASTRONAUTS

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