July 2024

Trump is right about media bias

Did you hear about the M*sl*m immigrant who cut off the heads of two Christians in New Jersey?
Didn’t think so. The story didn’t make it past the local New York/New Jersey media, which is President Donald Trump’s point about all the M*sl*m terrorist attacks that don’t get national media attention.

Yusuf Ibrahim (above), 31, an Egyptian M*sl*m immigrant from Jersey City, was sentenced by Hudson County Superior Court Judge Mitzy Galis-Menendez to two consecutive life terms in state prison.

The Jersey City M*sl*m received two consecutive life sentences for shooting two men to death, cutting off their heads and hands and burying them in a wooded area in Atlantic County, state Attorney General Christopher Porrino said. Ibrahim murdered Hany Tawadros, 25, and Amgad Konds, 27, (below) in the early morning hours of February 5, 2013. Tawadros and Konds were Egyptian Christian nationals who were living in Jersey City.

He was sentenced to an additional 48 years, to be served concurrently, on charges including desecration of human remains, theft, unlawful possession of a weapon, and hindering apprehension, officials said. The sentence also includes 127.5 years of parole ineligibility.

Ibrahim was found guilty on June 22 by a Hudson County jury of two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of second-degree desecration of human remains, and other crimes related to the murders and mutilation of the bodies.

(Looks like he brought a charming M*sl*m tradition with him when he left Egypt)

Ibrahim shot each man once in the chest with a .38-caliber handgun inside Konds’ white Mercedes C280 before driving the bodies of the deceased victims to Buena Vista in the Mercedes. There he disposed of their remains in a wooded area behind the unoccupied home of a relative, after stealing the victims’ money and jewelry.

Before burying the victims, in order to hinder their identification, he cut off their heads and hands using a small drywall saw and scissors, and knocked out their teeth with a tire iron.

Now, just imagine the news blitz if a white American had shot two M*sl*ms and cut off their heads and hands! It would be unbelievable. It would be all over the world’s press. Imagine the libtard fury. And the libtards would be screaming about *sl*mophobia and marching and protesting and accusing President Donald Trump of stirring up religious hatred etc etc etc.

But when a M*sl*m slaughters two Christians – complete news media blackout! It’s a non-story. It’s not worth mentioning. It’s of no interest to anyone.

And, of course, there’s complete silence from the libtards who always seem to have the time and energy and money (thanks to George Soros)  to protest about anything done by civilised white westerners. Yet the libtards never seem to have the time and energy and money to protest about anything done by their violent, inbred, illiterate, unemployable Third-World scum.

Pro-M*sl*m media bias yet again!

And the usual double standards from the treacherous, West-hating, holier-than-thou, virtue-signalling, self-absorbed, worthless libtards.

4 comments to Trump is right about media bias

  • MGJ

    I did hear about it but guess what? Not on the BBC! Which is why sites like this one matter. Thanks David.

  • NoMore

    The media bias is huge on print and TV – it is often only online you see what is really happening. I trust myself to recognise fake news or bias and make my own mind up about things. Nearly all my friends and colleagues are lefty-liberal however and get all their news from BBC/C4/Sky or Guardian/Observer. Their always taking the knee-jerk, consensus, bandwagon view without any attempt to question or think outside the propaganda is very evident in discussions on current affairs (though I try to avoid politically-charged subjects if possible (work is for work) and they mostly do too leading to an uneasy alliance of unspoken thoughts.) You can imagine the garbage they are spewing about Trump. As they live in a Guardianista bubble they believe they have all the moral imperative and that nearly everyone thinks the same as them other than a few reactionary oddballs such as myself. I did enjoy the first team meeting after the referendum – I was like a joker at a wake!

  • CallmeLibby

    Having been born, raised, and lived in NJ for over 50 years now I’ve never heard of this story.
    I have however read it the other day via and only there.
    I tend to think it’s a fake propaganda article, one of many, fabricated to support Trump’s agenda. Much like those million NJ citizens cheering the fall of the WTC towers on 9/11. Which only Trump saw.

  • Chris

    I think part of the problem is the poor education of journalists. From what I’ve seen many young journalists have no mind of their own and simply regurgitate press releases. In my view, they are generally ignorant of history and philosophy and complete dunces when it comes to physics, chemistry or maths.

    Witness the nonsense over global warming where most of the media seem happy to parrot opinions based on largely falsified data or untested/unreliable computer programmes and corrupt researchers. For example NOAA has just admitted it wrongly adjusted temperature data from worldwide sensors to show a year global warming which didn’t, in fact, exist. The data actually showed a ‘pause’ in the reported rise of global temperatures. Journalists have generally ignored the retraction.

    Equally, few journalists seem able to comprehend the damage being done to the Pacific sealife due to the leak of radioactive water from Fukishma. If they had a grasp of maths they might be able to judge the danger of billions and billions of gallons of radioactive water being leaked for the next 40 years.

    I also note that journalists seem to ignore genuine scientific progress and focus on the next i-phone or driverless cars, as though they represent progress. In my view neither is progress, but just the part of ‘fleece consumers’ attitude of the Google, Apple, etc.

    Real technological advances are happening, for example fusion reactors could be developed for commercial use in the next 15 years. Resources and money are being wasted on foreign aid or useless ‘stone age’ technology like windmills, and climate research.

    In the foreseeable future fusion (and compact fusion being developed by Lockheed and others) has the potential to cheaply, cleanly and reliably power millions of homes and cars (directly in large vehicles and indirectly in power stations) at no risk of a Fukishma-type nuclear disaster.

    Widespread use of fusion power would also extricate us from the Saudi-OPEC-USA-Russia, stranglehold on energy supply. The Middle East would again be just a large beach with no seaside. Who would bother to fight over that? The Wahabi power would be gone.

    Despite having the potential to eliminate so many world problems, create cheap and safe energy which does not pollute, does not cause global warming and is the best (known) source of heat energy production, governments ignore it. Journalists ignore it.

    It makes you wonder if someone is trying to keep us using gas and oil just so they can become even richer. Poorly educated journalists make it easy for the newspaper owners to control the agenda. With ignorant journalists fake news is easy.

Leave a Reply

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>