Brian Kotowski

Brian Kotowski 8 months ago on Brian Kotowski: History repeats itself

I'm digging the squinty eyed. I've been on this forum for a while. Before I was Brian Kotowski and after I was JazzSlave, I was Sep.

I once worked at a broadcasting concern where we happened to have an ethnically diverse staff. It was like working at the UN. We were all dutifully impressed with our level of diversity, and assigned the most politically incorrect nicknames to one another that we could come up with. Mine became SEP. Which I've used as an airname, here and there.

An acronym: Slant Eyed Polack.

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Brian Kotowski 8 months ago on Brian Kotowski: History repeats itself

Our rigorous screening and vetting procedures failed to red flag the San Bernadino [rhymes with 'witch'], but at least we have vigilant Americans willing to send up a flare. Oh, wait...

Neighbors of husband and wife San Bernardino shooters 'noticed them acting suspiciously but did not report them for fear of racial profiling’

14 people slaughtered, 36 families shattered. Arguably because the neighbors were fearful of being vilified by the American left. All lives matter, unless there are PC commandments to obey. In which case, Allahu Akbar!

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Brian Kotowski 8 months ago on Brian Kotowski: History repeats itself

A red herring, easily discarded by your own disclaimers: "Outside the Middle East" and "American Muslims". The 1.5 million American Muslims are already on the tax rolls, with social security cards, drivers licenses, voter IDs, bank accounts, work histories, mortgages, and relationships with their fellow Americans. Just like the 1.2 million American Buddhists, 215 million American Christians, and 6 million American Jews. I’m happy to rub shoulders with any of them.

None of that is true for the Syrians you and Preezy want to import. The only relevant consideration is that we can’t screen any of them, and we know ISIS has targeted that population as its gateway to the US. You and you ilk are comfortable rolling those dice; me and my ilk are not. And if a moratorium on Syrian immigration sends "young American Muslims into the shadows", so be it.

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Brian Kotowski 8 months, 1 week ago on Brian Kotowski: History repeats itself

The Norwegian 'please don't rape our women and girls' classes are especially choice. Any culture whose members believe that rape is ever an option, under any circumstances, highlights how that culture is not only different - but inferior.

How's that for hate speech? Maybe I'll be prosecuted by the Attorney General.

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Brian Kotowski 8 months, 1 week ago on Brian Kotowski: History repeats itself

Our Nordic friends have opened their arms and their borders to thousands of Middle Eastern refugees. Their generosity has resulted in a curious side effect: a massive spike in sexual assault.

It turns out the refugees are really keen on raping women and girls, so the Norwegian government is offering classes to teach them how not to rape women and girls.

The NYT compassionately introduces us to one such hero; engaged in a valiant struggle against his urge to rape any female not buried in a burka:

When he first arrived in Europe, Abdu Osman Kelifa, a Muslim asylum seeker from the Horn of Africa, was shocked to see women in skimpy clothes drinking alcohol and kissing in public. Back home, he said, only prostitutes do that, and in locally made movies couples “only hug but never kiss.”

Don’t judge, you hateful bigots.

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Brian Kotowski 8 months, 1 week ago on Brian Kotowski: History repeats itself

From Lewi's Pew survey (keep in mind that our elites have assured us how countries like Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Indonesia, and Pakistan are all on the "moderate" side of the fence):

% In favor of imposing Sharia as the law of the land:

Iraq: 91 Palestinian Terr: 89 Morocco: 83 Egypt: 74 Jordan: 71 Tunisia: 56 Lebanon: 29

Should Sharia apply to non-Muslims:

Egypt: 74 Jordan: 58 Indonesia: 50 Lebanon: 48 Palestinian Terr: 44 Iraq: 28

Stoning as punishment for adultery:

Pakistan: 89 Palestinian Terr: 85 Egypt: 81 Jordan: 67 Iraq: 58 Lebanon: 46

Death Penalty for Apostates:

Egypt: 86 Jordan: 82 Pakistan: 76 Palestinian Terr: 66 Lebanon: 46 Iraq: 44

Should clerics resolve family and property disputes:

Egypt: 95 Jordan: 93 Pakistan: 87 Palestinian Terr: 80 Iraq: 76 Lebanon: 75 Tunisia: 62

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Brian Kotowski 8 months, 1 week ago on Brian Kotowski: History repeats itself

France seems to be ground zero for contemporary Muslim expansion into the West. The French have designated 751 ‘sensitive urban zones’ (ZUS is the French acronym); all Muslim, which tourists are warned to avoid and which the local authorities do not police. The riots of 2005 arose from those areas - no-go zones, which now exist all over Europe and Scandinavia. Populated by people who not only are uninterested in assimilating, but who are openly hostile to the cultures & societies they have chosen to inhabit.

Importing tens of thousands of people from a part of the world where those hostilities are inculcated from birth; and whom we cannot screen or vet (don’t take my word for it; that’s the assessment of Preezy’s own FBI, State Department, & intelligence services) is stupidity writ large. Particularly since we know ISIS has targeted the refugee program as a conduit to the US.

What could possibly go wrong? Allahu Akbar!

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Brian Kotowski 8 months, 1 week ago on Daniel Tyler: Polish up post office

USPS is nearly $16 billion in the hole, and has bigger fish to fry with oil it can't afford than a facelift in Steamboat.

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Brian Kotowski 8 months, 1 week ago on Brian Kotowski: History repeats itself

Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook, an appointee who serves at the pleasure of the apologist who gave him the gig. You can copy and paste from the same Preezy-approved script all you like. Elitism, condescension and full blown delusion squared.

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