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Thursday, February 09, 2012

Insolent Shock

One of the most effective Alinskyite tactics used by liberals is to side with thugs and hooligans when our noble law enforcement officials give them a richly deserved ass-kicking. This shameless pandering allows The Left to posture as some sort of champion of civil rights and garner more votes from special interests; meanwhile, the rule of law and respect for Traditional Values is eroded further. This war against Our Nation was plainly visible yet again this week, and there's no surprise which tribe of vicious hoodlums they were defending. If I said Halle Berry, Della Reese, and Sugar Ray Robinson were members of this exalted caste, would there be any doubt about who I was referring to? Of course not; it's diabetics:
Adam Greene is on his stomach as a pack of police officers pile on him, driving their knees into his back and wrenching his arms and legs. One officer knees him in the ribs; another kicks him in the face.

"Stop resisting," officers on the video yell, but Greene, his face pushed into the pavement, hasn't resisted. He doesn't even move -- maybe can't move -- because he's gone into diabetic shock caused by low blood sugar. ...

Greene was released without a citation, and officers apologized to him for "beating him up," the lawsuit said.

He immediately went to a hospital, where he was treated for the broken ribs and the bruises to his hands, neck, face and scalp, the lawsuit said.
Despite the liberal media's attempts to paint Mr. Greene as some sort of "victim" of police "brutality," they're only giving you half the story. You wouldn't know it from the favorable coverage the lamestream media gives "Diabetic-Americans" (as they insist on being called), but there is a pervasive culture of nihilism in the diabetes community, with the constant glorification of senseless violence and wanton sexuality promoted by gangsta rappers like Wilford Brimley.

Sadly, this incident will only be used by The Left to further undermine the Moral authority of our police officers, and it will feed into the sense of victimization many diabetics falsely have. They'll wrongly conclude that police officers routinely abuse their authority in the most routine of circumstances, rather than learning the true lesson of this incident: that they should be grateful to live in a country where even the poorest among us can achieve a level of ill health formerly reserved for the upper classes. Praise Him!

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