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One should add further fake 'hate-crimes'

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Submitted by Anon. (Israel), Dec 19, 2016 at 10:27

1. The 18 year old woman in NY who pretended she was attacked on the subway in "Trump's America", which she assured people "is real".
2. The 18 year old woman in Britain who pretended to have been similarly attacked a few weeks ago, and who confessed she made up the event.

3. The fake 'hate-crime' of a Sikh placing a holy and old Sikh book on the wall or at the doorstep of a Sikh temple, which had originally been described as an attack in which assailants threw "a holy book" at a Sikh temple,
quote: "In a "hate incident", a Sikh holy book was "maliciously" thrown over the locked gates of a gurdwara in the West Yorkshire region of England."

4. The fake "hate-crime" in which newspapers all over the world pretended that a right wing nationalist in Europe (I think it was in France) ran over a Muslim woman and pulled out his phone to take a photo of her. Anyone looking closely at the photo would have noticed he looked middle-eastern. Later on it was announced his name is Mohammed.

By the way, I do not doubt that all or almost all of the nazi signs which had curiously cropped up after Trump's election were drawn by "social justice warriors", who would consider themselves to be perfectly justified in doing so, knowing these would be found and blamed on Trump supporters. They'd see what they're doing as a kind of 'victimless crime', which hurts only Trump supporters, whom they believe to be Nazis anyway. The equivalent of having crooked cops plant evidence on people they believe are guilty.

It would also have filled them with immense pride at seeing the media report on their handiwork. How often does one get to act and see it reported on national media?

They would have felt extremely proud and very very virtuous to boot. At the very least the media ought to have reported the possibility that the nasty fringe of the left known as Social Justice Warriors have a tremendous incentive to draw such signs.


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Title Commenter Date Thread
Slightly off-topic, this regards fake hate crimes [73 words]Anon.Dec 22, 2016 17:49234827
I'm surprised... [238 words]LeslieDec 19, 2016 13:39234753
One should add further fake 'hate-crimes' [347 words]Anon.Dec 19, 2016 10:27234747
2worth repeating [41 words]Jules PostenJul 28, 2013 10:31208582
4If CAIR were to comment on Kashmir [104 words]PrashantDec 9, 2012 17:06201278
5Hate crimes against Muslims vs others [123 words]stanley bMay 21, 2012 22:23195756
3Bring it into perspective [193 words]OptopMay 6, 2010 11:18172292
Real stats [146 words]pedzSep 13, 2009 02:00161455
2mohammed said to lie to "infidels", faking hate crimes fits the bill. [93 words]Phil GreendMay 26, 2009 19:48156208
hate crimes [10 words]fast one clickMar 16, 2009 06:13152354
Sheteiwi, Father and son died and they were not Muslims [53 words]Nancy GretaFeb 13, 2009 18:18150409
my uncle [34 words]aayahOct 16, 2008 12:22140285
1Essa and Mussa Shteiwi [15 words]MoSep 18, 2006 00:4256318
2Victims or Perps? [34 words]AlexSep 2, 2006 13:2254704
1So, what else is new?! [137 words]Keith GardnerAug 31, 2006 11:5454475
2religion of peace? [207 words]JamieNov 28, 2006 11:3654475

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