Each time Muslims fabricate crimes they should be jailed – then deported. This kind of abuse of the legal system is all part of jihad. A constant stream of fabrications are strategically made to exploit financial gains, legal gains and political gains within a community. It also helps to catapult Muslims into positions of power within the local community, when left-wingers get overwhelmed with remorse and start demanding senior roles for them within police, human rights councils (!), local governments, the mayor’s office.
Narrative Collapse At Speed: Pakistani Student Lied About “Masked Racists”, Found Out Same Day
VDare, May 29, 2017, 9:39 am
From the NY Daily News on Saturday:
BY OUMOU FOFANA THOMAS TRACY
Updated: Saturday, May 27, 2017, 2:58 PM
Three masked men snatched a Queens college student off the street, threw him into a van, and robbed and threatened to kill him as they showered him with racial epithets, police said Friday. …
“Get out of my country, you sand n—-r, or I’ll kill you and your family,” one of his attackers said, according to police.
“I’ve never been targeted,” the entertainment technology student said. “I am just a regular guy. I have no friends. Nobody knows of my political views. I stay to myself.”
From the NY Daily News later on Saturday:
BY ROSS KEITH
Saturday, May 27, 2017, 10:14 PM
A Queens college student who told cops he was thrown into a van and robbed by three masked men yelling racial slurs made up the chilling attack, police said Saturday. …
Police declined to provide details about why Farooqi lied, but said he recanted his entire story. No word on whether [or] not he will be charged with false reporting.
During America’s ongoing hate hoax craze, I have to say, cops have done a better job of keeping their heads than anybody else.
Why does the average cop appear to be better at figuring things like this out than, say, Harvard Law professor Cass Sunstein?
New York launches “anti-discrimination campaign”
From Queens Times Ledger:
Muslims faking hate crimes: Following a “60 percent increase” in reports of discrimination to the city’s Commission on Human Rights in 2016, Mayor Bill de Blasio launched a citywide anti-discrimination campaign in May 2017. Advertisement, videos, community events and public service announcements will affirm New Yorkers right to live, work and pray free from “discrimination and harassment”.
But will they be free from Muslim harassment, hate crimes, discrimination?
Campaign ads and poster will appear in English and Spanish in more than 3,400 placements citywide over the next six weeks, including on subways, bus shelters and ferry terminals, in houses of worship, ethnic and community radios and newspapers and social media. The ads feature six individuals standing up to scenarios of discrimination and harassment commonly experienced by vulnerable New Yorkers, including Jewish, Muslim, Hispanic, Asian, Black and LGBTQ New Yorkers.
The commission is currently investigating 30 percent more complaints of discrimination than this time last year, with more than 1,600 current open cases of discrimination compared to 1,200 in May 2015.