Had he only been allowed to box for America all would have been different! The gist of which is, if you disappoint a Muslim and he resorts to terrorism – it’s your fault.
“From one year to the next, though, the tournament rules had changed, disqualifying legal permanent residents — not only Mr. Tsarnaev, who was Soviet-born of Chechen and Dagestani heritage, but several other New England contenders, too. His aspirations frustrated, he dropped out of boxing competition entirely, and his life veered in a completely different direction.”
Our Globe published the same tripe.
Much of it will take the form of digs at “otherness,” nativist paranoia suggesting that “they” are not like “us,” making them suspect. In the Toronto Sun this week, Joe Warmington’s sarcasm-drenched column described Jaser as “mysterious, quiet” and “dressed in traditional Islamic clothing.” Uh-oh.
Now read Mark Steyn, it’ll help – The Collapsing of the American Skull
“The alleged involvement of two ethnic Chechen brothers in the deadly attack at the Boston Marathon last week should prompt Americans to reflect on whether we do an adequate job assimilating immigrants who arrive in the United States as children or teenagers.”
This too will help… Michael Coren – Many of my critics are, forgive me, just plain stupid
“Part of the problem is that so many of these people are, forgive me, just plain stupid. They have no world knowledge, have never travelled, don’t read out of their Internet comfort zones, and exist in a bubble of political correctness and complacent relativism.
What became abundantly clear was they had no problem ignorantly calling the IRA Catholic and white supremacists Christian, but cringed at the idea of labeling self-identified Islamic terrorists as Muslim.”