fake hate crime

How victimhood narratives can open doors

Being a victim is not something that any of us would choose but some people can use their victimhood status to do good things. An example of this would be someone who starts a campaign to change the law because it failed to protect them or someone who starts a support group or heads a public information campaign in the hope that it will help prevent what happened to them from happening to someone else.

Being a victim doesn’t always open doors though if the media paints the victim as deserving of what happened to them. When we were the victim of a criminal hack the media immediately painted us as somehow deserving of having our privacy violated and the loss of revenue and the emotional fallout was not considered important.

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Ooops they chose a bad example to kickstart their “Hate speech” campaign

It turns out that Megan, the young woman who abused the group of women in Huntly has a Muslim mother. I have already pointed out that there was NOTHING in the video to?suggest that her abuse was based on race or religion but that was the narrative that the media ran with and that is the narrative that was?pushed by the Public Relations specialist ?Mehpara Khan who accused Megan of a hate crime. The PC thought police should consider standing down in this case as the rug has been pulled out from underneath their spin.

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Another Fake hate crime but why she did it is the real story

Most fake hate crimes against Muslims are reported by Muslim women who are activists. They get their fake victimhood promoted by CAIR in order to turn public attention from Islamic terrorism and local hate preachers onto the made up Islamophobia of non-Muslim Americans instead.

In this case, however, there were no political machinations behind it although that didn’t stop CAIR jumping in boots and all, as usual, to try to make political capital out of it. The motivation of the 18-year-old?Egyptian woman Yasmin is the real story as it illustrates that she feared her family more than she feared the consequences of filing a false report with the police. She is currently facing punishment of?up to a year in jail.

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