Wednesday, July 8, 2009

WERE THE VICTIMS OF POLYTECHNIQUE REALLY INNOCENT?


SHOULD THEY BE CALLED VICTIMS AT ALL?


Rick Flashman, in the upcoming August installment of his blog
http://marclepine.blogspot.com/, asks himself if those 14 alleged victims were really innocent. This butt kicking Inquisitor extraordinaire reminds us that if ''THERE ARE NO INNOCENT BYSTANDERS'' and only merely degrees of guilt, we should not be talking of victims or innocence at all, but rather of casualties of the Polytechnique incident (and whether the casualties themselves provoked this incident, has yet to be determined).


He quotes this inspired Gestapo commander of the region of Marseilles who said to his men late in 1943: ''Today, we stop and search only the women, children and old people, let all the others through''. At the end of the day, the team of this checkpoint had seized a record quantity of weapons, explosives and forbidden contraband products. They had to requisition dozens of trucks to transport the hundreds they had arrested. One can think also of this police officer in Chicago, a lieutenant of homicide who always suspected women, children and old people first whenever a serious unexplained crime was committed. Although he was often laughed at and ridiculed by his colleagues, most of them accusing him of wanting to take revenge for his nasty divorce, the laughters died down when his success rate was published by the department: 73%. Not bad for a maniac and lunatic! How so? He was often able to prove that if the actual murders were not committed by the women and children, they were nonetheless approved, sponsered and often paid for by them. See, NO INNOCENCE...


And when Marc Lépine opens fire, what were these 14 young, pure and innocent girls doing? No doubt they were reading Valerie Solanas' SCUM manifesto and planning a genocide ! Flashman points out that if Gendercide becomes kosher at some point and acceptable to those feminists in the feminine studies programs of our universities, then fémicide should be okay too. If that is so, then Marc Lepine might not have done anything wrong at all.


Read all about it in the August release of
http://marclepine.blogspot.com/ . This time, Flashman surpassed himself and OVERCAME.

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