Moonbat Priorities

One of moonbattery’s most pernicious effects is the way it warps priorities. In Britain, which has all but succumbed to the disease, authorities in the governmedia crack down on white people calling each other “honky“…

A white man has been prosecuted for racially abusing three white security guards. Jonathan Wicks was taken to court for calling the men “honky wannabe cops.” Wicks, 20, has had to attend court at least five times, at an estimated cost to the taxpayer of more than £5,000.

…and the glorification of drinking gin and tonic while driving across wide-open arctic wasteland…

Top Gear has been censured by the BBC’s governing body for glamorising drink-driving. It follows a complaint from a viewer who criticised the “blatant use of alcohol while driving” during an episode of the hit BBC1 show. The programme — which saw presenters James May and Jeremy Clarkson drinking gin and tonic in the cab of a truck — was described as “grossly irresponsible.”

Meanwhile, a veteran is killed for asking thugs not to swear in front of a lady, London’s mayor is advising people not to get involved when they see others in trouble on his city’s anarchic streets, and a terrorist with direct links to Osama bin Laden will not be executed, incarcerated, or even deported, but instead released on bail to go about his business of mayhem and murder.

That slurping noise in the background is the sound of one of history’s greatest civilizations flushing itself down the toilet.

Imagine the outrage if he’d run over a polar bear.

On tips from Matthew B. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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