Monday, December 7, 2009

Lessons Learned, Yet?...

Succinctly put,

Anyone who has been following the murder trial in Perugia knows that Meredith Kercher was murdered by a lone black assailant called Rudy Guede there was never any evidence approaching "beyond reasonable doubt" that American student Amanda Knox or her Italian boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito had any involvement whatsoever in the crime.

The verdict which was declared an hour ago was another triumph for political correctness in a world brainwashed by television cop shows from which this entire narrative could have been a script. The judges and the jury should be ashamed, but they only did what they have been schooled to do.

In the real world a mixed race girl was killed by a black drug dealer, nothing new there. In the politically correct fantasy world the good looking white kids had to be involved. Sadly once again the fantasy won, and two innocent young people face years in prison for the sake of a narrative.


Irregardless of your opinion on the outcome of the crime it should serve as a lesson to all that when diverse peoples come together, tragedy ensues.

Be it the above case or Fort Hood or Jonestown or countless other examples, "diversity" ALWAYS causes chaos, death and sorrow.