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Political Correctness Gets Madder and More Vicious Every Day (If That is Possible) By Richard Miller
There is something of a competition going on with the “journalists” at this site, if we can be called that, to find the most absurd politically correct story of the week. The winner gets a cold beer. So, here we go:
“Prosecutors have called for French far-right leader Marine Le Pen to be tried for tweeting pictures of atrocities committed by the Islamic State group, judicial sources said Friday. This could hike further pressure on Le Pen, 50, who already faces legal problems over alleged misuse of EU parliamentary funds. Le Pen shared the gruesome images in December 2015, a few weeks after ISIS jihadists killed 130 people in attacks in Paris. Her move sparking widespread condemnation in France. Prosecutors demanded that another member of her National Rally party, Gilbert Collard, also be tried on similar charges. It will be up to an investigative magistrate to decide whether a trial takes place, with a conviction for 'circulating violent pictures liable to be seen by children' carrying a maximum sentence of three years in prison and a fine of £65,000. Le Pen, who lost to Emmanuel Macron in the 2017 presidential elections, was stripped of her parliamentary immunity over the pictures and charged with circulating violent messages. Last year, she expressed outrage after the investigative magistrate called for her to undergo psychiatric tests in connection with her tweeting.”
That is the anarcho-tyrannical system that they have made the West into. ISIS are supposed to be the bad guys, and thus not privileged and protected from criticism. Saying that the “children” need protection is insane, since the establishment internet does exactly the opposite and the elites do not care a fig about that. This really is clown world, and it is far beyond repair, getting crazier by the day.
I shudder to think what items we will read about tomorrow. It is like a man who on Monday gets diagnosed with diabetes, Tuesday had a stroke; Wednesday, while recovering comes down with rabies; Thursday, explodes in tetanus, and come Friday, finds out that he had not paid his council rates, being so sick, so that his house is being sold up. You would think that something is wrong here, wouldn’t you, and that is the image of the West.