“The Police are the Public and the Public are the Police”; Islam as a ‘Disease Vector’ – Physically, Spiritually, and Culturally

Mark Steyn’s a pretty smart guy.

He articulates many thoughts I was already semi-consciously thinking but for me were nebulous and inarticulate. Then Mark Steyn comes along, and like some kind of an epistemic optician, slaps the correct lens on the issue and it all slams into focus.

Diversity and Disintegration

The most important determination the media make is deciding what category a story falls into. For example, NPR recently ran a report asking the following:

How Did Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Pop Up In Spain?

Oddly enough, despite the headline, the reporter doesn’t seem that interested in answering the question. What follows is a public-health story:

The disease is a tick-borne, Ebola-like virus. Because it’s a lesser-known illness, it is often misdiagnosed. So there aren’t very good official statistics on the number of cases in many parts of the world.

  • Gary

    In Toronto , we had the public sector employees embrace the illegals coming in from the USA which was a stepping stone from Central American because we had better Welfare and heath care than the USA.
    Trudeau also was taking in un-vetted “refugees” .

    Suddenly I’m hearing News reports about schools that are puzzled at the rise in Diseases that were wiped out by the 1970’s.
    The media feared telling the truth that Trudeau policy was getting people killed or really sick inside the schools because of the children carrying the illness.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Just wait until measles, tuberculosis, and leprosy sweeps through a jr high school and you can watch the public health officials and school district twist themselves into pretzels as to how those diseases suddenly arrived in Canada.
      That is assuming that the stories even get reported.
      That will become an even bigger problem in the future than it already is, and it already is a huge problem.

      • Hard Little Machine

        Get vaccinated. Buy marshmallows, watch the cities burn.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          I really like how you are thinking today.
          Your head is in a really good place! 😉

  • bargogx1

    Amazing the euphemisms leftist asshats like Mayor Hodges come up with for the ugliness they are willing to foist upon the citizenry they have been elected to serve. “The discomfort of transformation” is really just another way of saying “you’re expendable”. But she even goes beyond that. What she’s really saying in that quote from her speech is that the entire community, and the entire way of life of that community, is expendable. I cannot think of any better word to describe such a stance than evil, just sheer evil.

  • k1962

    United we stand, divided we fall. Our special needs PM Justin needs this to be explained to him.

    • Alain

      He likely does not understand any more than he understands anything, but you can bet his backers and handlers understand it. In fact they understand that a divided people with no shared culture or values, are unable to present any serious threat to them and their power.

  • Everyone Else