May 4, 2018
The first question one would normally ask here is “why is there an East Indian man in Arizona?”
But that question is no longer worth asking, because we have already asked it six million times and no one has explained it.
Law enforcement officials in a Phoenix-area suburb were asking the public to help identify a man who was suspected of attempted kidnapping last month.
The Chandler Police Department released a sketch of the suspect on Thursday.
The suspect allegedly approached a young boy who was playing at a community park located near Warner Road and Arizona Avenue around 11:30 p.m. on April 26 and asked to hold his hand.
Police said the suspect then grabbed the boy’s hand, before the boy pulled away from the suspect and told them “no.”
The suspect then allegedly grabbed the boy’s wrist and started to walk away from the park with him before being stopped by a family member of the boy.
Neither the boy nor the family member who stopped the suspect were identified by police.
Police said the suspect was described as an eastern Indian male who was about 5-feet, 7-inches tall with a medium build. He was last seen wearing a red and white striped shirt, cream-colored shorts, white calf-high socks and a baseball hat with red on it.
Obviously, the East Indian male – who may have been Pakistani or Afghani – wanted to use the little boy for sexual purposes.
Maybe he was going to just rape him and throw him aside, maybe rape him and kill him, maybe keep him in his basement as a sex slave for years.
But we have to remember the omelette fallacy: a perfect omelette can never be made without breaking a few eggs.
And we are trying to make the perfect multicultural omelette, where East Indians flood Arizona and enrich the place with their vibrant cultures, mixing with Mexicans, black people, Arabian Moslems, etc. to create a perfect paradise of mushed-together vibrant cultures.
And if the eggs that get broken in that omelette are the buttholes of little boys – well friends, that’s just how an omelette is made.
What we know from sociological research is that when a neighborhood diversifies people retreat to their homes, they hunker down. You have to really take serious positive work in rapidly changing demographic areas, to not result in either social breakdown or other problems. It’s a big issue for the United States. On its own, it’s not gonna happen.
We have to force this and we have to force it hard if we’re going to create this paradise.
And a big part of that is covering up stories like this one of this man trying to kidnap this little boy. So be sure not to tell anyone about it. And if you hear someone bring it up at work – or bring up any other story of nonwhite criminality for that matter – report them to HR.