Wednesday, May 01, 2019


More news about the mechanisms behind the riots following the alleged sexual abuse of a 4 year old girl of Guinese parents in primary school Ecole No. 1 in Schaarbeek, Brussels.

As we have seen, a thorough medical examination of the child revealed only that the blood in her underwear was manifestly not the result of sexual abuse, but of an infection caused by bad hygiene. For perhaps obvious reasons the parents of the kid refused to acknowledge this and kept insisting their child had been sexually assaulted by school staff. That's an echo of another notorious case in Antwerp some six years back, where muslim parents of primary school 'De Blokkendoos' went so totally berserk over alleged sexual abuse by a female autochton teacher that the woman in question broke down psychologically. In that case, a judicial enquiry proved beyond doubt that nothing happened, but the false rumours kept spreading like wildfire via social media, and in the end the teacher, Magalie Alpaerts, mentally incapable to resume work, lost her job.

As for this case, here too, the excessive and violent reactions were fueled by what cannot be labeled otherwise than 'fake news'. And the main culprits are:

a.) one Yusuf Yildiz, a Schaarbeek City Council member for cdH, a centrist party. cdH used to be the Walloon, French speaking counterpart of the 'Flemish' 'Christian' 'Democrats' until some twelve years ago, when the then Chairwoman, Joelle Milquet, decided that the 'C' for 'Christian' was sooooooo old-fashioned and from then on cdH simply meant 'centre démocrate Humaniste'. But I digress. Anyway, via HLN, a screenshot of Yusuf Yildiz' short film, which he spread via social media and wherein he stated, without proof whatsoever and BEFORE the results of the medical examination were in, that the girl had been sexually assaulted:

Yildiz put the film on Friday on his FaceBook page, and litterally labeled the case “the sexual abuse of a 4 year old child on École 1”. The video was viewed almost 160,000 times and shared more than 3,000 times.

b.) One Abobakre Bouhjar, Parti Socialiste.

c.) One Cellou Satina Diallo, City Council member for the Parti Socialiste. He, too, would have exhorted his followers to take violent action. This is a list of 'Mr' Diallo's demands:

By his own confession, 'Mr' Diallo spent the entire morning and noon following the results of the medical examination before the school entrance, sharing photos and films, and oh so happily fanning the flames of anti-white sentiment. Which is quite rich, since as a City Council member he is paid to look after Schaarbeek's best interests, and not waste his time out in the streets... while his salary is ultimately being paid by those same hated Whites. But how could our community organizer be bothered by such mundane things as, dunno, doing something about Schaarbeeks potholes, when gullible Flemings continue to lavishly pour their tax money in the bottomless sinkholes of Brussels and Wallonia?

Yusuf Yildiz, Abobakre Bouhjar, Cellou Satina Diallo... if Population Replacement was the Brussels Underground, we would have reached the end of the line by now. This is what happens when 'progressive' parties put wholly unqualified people on lists with the naked aim to garner as many votes as possible from the imported voting cattle in their districts. And if you import the Third World, you become the Third World. If nothing is done to counter this, the local firestorm which we have been witnessing these past days on the streets of Schaarbeek will one day engulf the entire nation.

Anyway, affter reading how a number of two-digit IQ 'officials' were able to stoke serious unrest in a Belgian commune, I was reminded of an article by Mark Steyn in The Irish Times a full 16 years back, with the apt title "The sting in Sudan's tale of vanishing penises":

"I haven't really followed Sudanese current events closely since, oh, Gen Kitchener's victory over the Mahdi at the Battle of Omdurman in 1898. But a recent story from that benighted land happened to catch my eye.

Last month mass hysteria apparently swept the capital city, Khartoum, after reports that foreigners were shaking hands with Sudanese men and causing their penises to disappear. One victim, a fabric merchant, told his story to the London Arabic newspaper Al-Quds Al-Arabi. A man from west Africa came into the shop and "shook the store owner's hand powerfully until the owner felt his penis melt into his body".

I know the feeling. The same thing happened to me after shaking hands with Hillary Clinton. Anyway, as Al-Quds reported, "The store owner became hysterical, and was taken to the hospital." The country's "Chief Criminal Attorney-General" Yasser Ahmad Muhammad told the Sudanese daily Al-Rai Al-A'am that "the rumour broke out when one merchant went to another merchant to buy some Karkady [a Sudanese beverage]. Suddenly, the seller felt his penis shrivelling".

The invaluable Middle East Media Research Institute, in its exhaustive coverage, noted that the penises of Khartoum were vulnerable not merely to handshaking. "Another victim, who refused to give his name, said that while he was at the market, a man approached him, gave him a comb, and asked him to comb his hair. When he did so, within seconds, he said, he felt a strange sensation and discovered that he had lost his penis."

Tales of the vanishing penises ran rampant round the city, spread by cellphones and text messages. Sudan's Health Minister Ahmad Bilal Othman said that the epidemic was "scientifically groundless", and that it was "sorcery, magic, or an emotional problem".


There's something rather sad about a culture that has to import even its pathologies. The telling detail of the vanishing penis hysteria is that it was spread by text-messaging. You can own a cellphone yet still believe that foreigners are able, with a mere handshake, to cause your penis to melt away.

Aside from its doubts in its collective manhood, Sudan is no laughing matter. Two million people have been slaughtered there in the last decade. The Christian minority is vanishing a lot faster than that fabric merchant's wedding tackle. Osama certainly found the country fertile ground for his ideology: Sudanese mujahideen have been captured as far afield as Algeria, Bosnia, Chechnya and Afghanistan. An economic basket-case with a 27 per cent literacy rate has managed to find enough spare cash to export revolutionary Islam to many other countries. And they've got half-a-billion dollars' worth of state-of-the-art Chinese weaponry from Iran.

A handshake-fearing guy with a cellphone is one thing; what happens when the handshake-fearers have cellphones and a suitcase nuke? It's at the intersection of apparently indestructible ancient ignorance and cheap, widely available Western technology that the dark imponderables of the future lie...."

Well, what do you know. Here we are, sixteen years later, and Sudan has come to Belgium, only in this case Sudan is Guinee. Those throngs of Third World flotsam are UN-EM-PLO-YA-BLE in any society where asphalt roads are more numerous than earthen ones, and yet they are here, all of them have a roof over their heads, all are well fed and cared for, and everybody has a smartphone, courtesy taxpayer money from Belgium's dying white population. The 4 year old girl in question was examined in a top notch hospital (say what you will about Belgium, but our Health Care system still ranks among the best of the world), yet the highest post all the bottle, egg and banana skin throwers in the Schaarbeek demo could aspire to is that of janitor in that establishment.

Well okay, the most capable among them.

It is not going to end well.


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