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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Cretin of The Millennium II

Steven Emerson clearly enjoys the spotlight, and has managed to dig himself further into an even deeper hole after his nonsensical comments about Birmingham and London on Fox "News".

This time, whilst trying to apologise for his stupidity, he likened listening to his comments as akin to "waterboarding".

Well, unless he listened to his comments whilst having his head ducked under water or a wet rag shoved down his throat, I don't think it was.

Steven Emerson (Congressional and FBI Advisor), the gift that just keeps giving!

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  1. Anonymous6:45 AM

    Be patient - in due course he will be right. After all 20%+ is quite a lot.
    Ten years ago it was far less.

  2. Anonymous7:57 AM

    I agree totally with the above.

    I think that most of the people that have criticised the American news reader really should get out more. If they did they would find that there are significant areas in many UK cities where you would be forgiven for thinking that as a white, British person, you are in a small minority.

    Visit many inner city schools and you will find only a handful of children that are not Muslim.

    There are many documented cases where non-Muslim women have been openly abused, and in some cases assaulted on the streets for not dressing in a way that the local Muslims deem appropriate.

    But of course, the majority of British people will stick their heads in the sand, not daring to speak out in case they are labelled as racist, whilst still ridiculing an American journalist, who ironically was practicing his right to free expression.

    And free expression is what this week has been about.

    Je suis Charlie.

    1. The criticism was not of the newsreader but the "expert", and the "news" channel that put him on people's screens. He has now stated that he had made a "terrible mistake". Case closed.