Thursday, July 20, 2017

Man Shoots Up AT&T Trucks for ....

HIALEAH (FOX 13) - Video has been released of what police say is a retired Miami-Dade firefighter shooting AT&T trucks parked on the road in front of his man's house. 
An employee with AT&T took the video while he was on the phone with 911 dispatchers. He told the dispatcher there was someone still in the bucket raised above the truck being shot at. 
According to WSVN 7 News Miami, the man was apparently angry and wanted the trucks moved away from his property 

Hialeah Police said AT&T employees were working on phone lines when the resident, 64-year-old Jorge Jove, approached them around 11 a.m. Wednesday. 
Those employees told the man they would move soon, but that apparently was not good enough for Jove, according to police. They say Jove went back inside and returned with a revolver.
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Sunday, July 16, 2017

New Muppet on Afghan "Sesame Street" to Teach 'Respecting Women'

The social justice warriors cry fascism all the while using the force of government to impose their will on the world.  The SJW.s infest; the halls of power in all levels of government, the faculty, quads and commons of campuses from coast to coast and control the narrative and most aspects of the legacy media. The masters of indoctrination target the children in all countries. excerpt from ABC News ...

New boy muppet in Afghanistan promotes gender equality

Last year, Afghanistan's version of "Sesame Street" introduced a little girl character aimed at inspiring girls in the deeply conservative Muslim nation. Now a new muppet is joining the cast: her brother, who will show boys the importance of respecting women.

Zeerak, whose name means "Smart" in Afghanistan's two official languages, is a 4-year-old boy who enjoys studying and learning. He joins 6-year-old sister Zari, whose name means "Shimmering," on Afghanistan's version of the show, "Baghch-e-SimSim," or "Sesame Garden."
Both muppets wear traditional Afghan clothing — the baggy trousers and long embroidered shirt known as a shalwar kameez for him and colorful native dresses and a cream-colored hijab, or headscarf, for her. They join the rest of "Sesame Street's" multi-cultural line-up, which includes muppets specially created for local versions of the program in Bangladesh, Egypt and India.

The last time a Muslim muppet tried talking about RESPECT he misspelled it .... 


Just a little bit ......