• Drunk_by_Noon

    I need to stop filtering what instinctually pops into my head.
    From the first time I saw that picture, I said it was probably somehow staged.
    It was just too perfect.
    Thank you Mr. Robinson!

    • Gary

      I had trouble believing that a body like that could float all that way on the water and nobody saw it, also, he’s too far up on the shore for the wave to have the power to plop him that way.
      His body should have been the same as you see for a log that is in line with the shore and still in about 6 inches of water.
      When I was in Florida I saw how the beach cleaning staff came by at about 6:00 to collect what washed ashore at night. It was the norm for Jelly Fish to be right by the edge and not a few feet up , so this boy and his weight could only have gotten there from a really high tide but he’d still be laying along the beach and not up it .

      They used to just shot their kids for a photo op in gaza, or strap bombs to them .

      • Xavier

        Objects with any mass get partially embedded in the sand.

    • BillyHW

      Father wasn’t there. Back safe in Turkey. He sent them ahead to apply for the welfare. Now he’s going back to “dangerous” Kobane to bury them. Cause you know, that’s what all people do when they are escaping from their homes in fear of their lives, go back to bury their dead.

      • lolwut?

        or go on vacation like many “Refugees” in Canada do so often.

        • BillyHW

          I can’t afford vacation.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        That’s what those people do.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Welfare plus refugee gratuities spell town homes, big flat screen TVs and vacations for many Third Worlders here in Canada. It is, as they say, SCANDALOUS.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Honestly, I’d rather warehouse them because they will never integrate.

          • Kathy Prendergast

            Why even warehouse them? Send them back. The cost of thousands of return plane tickets wouldn’t come close to what undeserving refugee claimants take from taxpayers.

          • Justin St.Denis

            You and the rest of the sentient populations of the civilized world.

      • DMB

        He willfully had his family murdered all in the name of more generous welfare benefits. Welfare funds terrorism. This is Islamic jihad fueled by socialism. This is pure evil committed by the father.

        • Yes. My thought too. The father effectively is the cause of his family’s deaths. If this had been a European father, he would have been in prison for putting his children’s and wife’s lives at risk unnecessarily. Instead, he is treated as a victim of bad luck, if not of European indifference. Our media and politicians are simply cynical criminals.

    • Miss Trixie
  • ed

    as I posted last week a whiff of pallywood

    • BillyHW

      I smell a yeast infection.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I smell burnt toast!

    • Millie_Woods

      You did say that, and you were right.

  • terrence

    Of COURSE IT WAS STAGED – it fits the narrative, so the SLIME-stream-media will run with for days on end

    • BillyHW

      And women voters are so easily deceived!

  • Martin B

    Another Pallywood Production, and this time it’s a box office blockbuster.

    Speaking of exploiting dead toddlers, is anyone wondering what Iggy is doing these days? He’s writing op-eds for the New York Times telling us that the Syrian refugee crisis isn’t a European problem, it’s a Canadian problem, and our excuses for not welcoming millions of Mohammedans are sickening:


  • lolwut?
    • Yes, that one is definitely play-acting for te cameras – he knows what the media want.

  • ntt1

    the fathers story seems to be full of holes too, these were not desperate refugees they were economic migrants looking for better social benefits.

    • lolwut?

      And to get his teeth fixed.


      • Bataviawillem

        14,000 what, Rupee?

        • lolwut?

          For several dental implants enough to anchor dentures in the mouth of someone with little or no teeth. ya, you’re looking at several thousand dollars easily,

          • Bataviawillem

            In Canada yes, but not in Turkey.

          • lolwut?

            Still looking at several thousand if you expect your mouth to still work.

            Even places like Thailand that have excellent hospitals and dentists available to health care tourists costs thousands.

          • Kathy Prendergast

            Probably his own damn fault his teeth were rotting anyway.

    • Clausewitz

      Only works if the train stops. I’d claim I had a schedule to keep.

  • BillyHW

    The devil is using this fraud to get women to vote for their own rape-slavery.

  • dukestreet

    I am sorry they lost their lives but what they did was not necessary. They don’t appear to be refugees but economic migrants. I am more interested in getting the non- Muslims and Christians out of the area before they are killed for their faith. Those who want a better future can come later. After completing the legal process. Unfortunately, Canada is working with the UN which means the Christians are not being allowed out so more Muslims can get in.

    • Xavier

      er, illegal economic migrants. AKA invaders looking for a quick buck.

      • lolwut?

        There’s video of African migrants screaming give us money at news cameras.

        The only copy I could find is in these video made from clips. (Begins at 1 minute mark)


  • Brett_McS

    There’s a first second third … for everything.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Wherever there are muslims, Pallywood casts a shadow.

  • mauser 98

    conspiracy theories every where

  • Millie_Woods
  • Funny, I had the same thought from the start. It seemed odd to me that the head of the boy should be lower than the body, facing the sea instead of the land.

  • wallyj180

    If the top photo is of the brother, how come the media has never mentioned it ?

  • bob e

    good to hear from tommy ..