08 October, 2011
The halo slips further
This is jolly awkward, what? A lot has been invested in promoting Mr Jahan as the Good Paki, or, where more useful, the Good Muslim, an inspiration to all decent folk and a rebuke to those among us who harbour dark thoughts and unworthy reservations about our vibrant multiculture. Steps will need to be taken to resanitize Mr Jahan's reputation. Unfortunately the emotional trauma of his bereavement is not in play for purposes of mitigation, as the incident over which he has been charged took place in July. The current holding position is that the matter remains open as Mr Jahan remains to be convicted. Hmm. Lamping another driver hard enough to break his jaw? I wish you well of that. Could have been Tommy Robinson in a false beard I suppose.
On one level it should not matter that Mr Jahan is a violent former Hizb-ut-Tahrir thug; it should not be allowed to detract from his action during the recent rioting season which stands on its own merits. Ceteris paribus, I would be inclined to that view. But then I find myself wondering, if a White man with a similarly "interesting" background were to defuse an angry White mob in a comparable manner, would he receive a comparably sympathetic and forgiving treatment from the Righteous, the MSM and the Elite? Probably get banged up for being White in a public place and incitement to non-violence, more like. Ceteris decidedly imparibus.
I await developments with interest. I take it Tariq will be returning his Pride of Britain award if he is found guilty.
To develop the point I made earlier. The reason our masters are grateful to Tariq is that he spared them the embarrassing spectacle of one group of ethnocentric third-world savages attacking another group of ethnocentric third-world savages in a supposedly British city, with no practical possibility of blaming Whitey for it.
You know, a little voice — a voice of which I am not proud, but also no longer ashamed — suggests that it might have been preferable if our Tariq had kept his own counsel and allowed the savage colonist tribes to have at each other. Our lords and masters would have had some explaining to do to fit the events into the multicultural, multiethnic narrative.
And given it happened before, they knew this when they were promoting him. They knew it'd have to come out eventually.
Yet, they still went ahead and did it.
Certainly. If it was an interesting Irish Republican background.