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Saturday, June 25, 2016

So it begins; Police stops muslims; muslims cry racism. Humans rights groups only looks at one side.

Residents of Somali descent complain of unfair treatment by Edmonton police
"We need a change," said Mahamad Accord, a member of the newly formed coalition made up of agencies, activists, lawyers and students.
"We want to show decision makers that this is not something we're making up - this is a real thing."
"When the community becomes a victim, the police are a no show. When they become a suspect, they treat them very badly."
 "Given the number of stories that have been starting to come out, I think it points to endemic issue of concerns with police," said Renee Vaugeois, coalition member and executive director of the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights.
"Situations where they felt their dignity has been compromised in front of the public. They feel like there's been undue force, they feel like they've been targeted and profiled."

Fartun Ahmed told dozens in the audience she was given a ticket at her son's school two years ago, even though she said she told the officer she had a special parking arrangement with the school, due to her son's autism.

"He gave me a $250 ticket, even though I explained to him I have a right to park in here," said Ahmed, who offered to show him an authorization letter written by the school's principal.

"He said, 'It's not my problem. If you have a problem, go to court.' "

She said the officer then gave her another ticket for making a left turn before 9 a.m., though she insists it was after the hour. She said the officer did not stop two vehicles in front of her that made the same turn.

Ahmed said she fought both tickets and won, to cheers and applause from the audience.

"I don't know why we don't get treated as other people get treated," said Ahmed. "I really love police. I don't feel all police are bad. But certain people, they have a problem with Somali people, or black people."

This isn't unique, we could put many stories like this from across the western world, you won't see many like this from the east though, basically they are told to adapt, integrate or leave.
As for the west, it began like this, don't like a ticket, go to the left wing media like CBC, they'll be glad to pick up the story, make it one sided and blame the police. Accuse everyone of racism, without talking to all concerned, including the cop on the beat.
Human rights groups or commissions are well known to go after anyone, who does not follow the dictate of their left wing values.
Last year I wrote a newspaper editorial calling Alberta’s human rights commission “crazy.”
Have you ever heard of a journalist being prosecuted for being disrespectful towards a government agency? A journalist in Canada, that is — not in China or Russia.
Doesn't matter if one likes the guy or not, he is a journalist and has the right to express himself without been brought up before a commission, costing him hundreds of thousands of dollars. Imagine if they would come after the bloggers for that matter, could any afford to defend themselves against those who dictate what your freedom of speech should be?

Coming back to the story above, one reads it and it sounds like minorities are been targeted, the post is well put together, but there is only one little problem with it; Where is the police side of the story, not talking about those in the office, but those who walk the beat so to say. 
The ones that are out there everyday, who see what's really going on, others do not?

Now if you read what's above, this is exactly the way most police will behave, if one bitches about a ticket, and most of us do, if not all of us, the cop will tell you, "If you have a problem, you can fight it in court."
And if a few cars do turn illegally, they can't stop all of them, they will stop the closest.
That's not racism, that's the rules they go by, that's the rules we all live by, might not like it, but if one is not happy, one can fight it in court. 
Sure there are problems with cops, we all experienced it, some have bad attitudes and some are on a power trip. But most of them will go out of their way to help out, they have families and experience life just like us.
As we mentioned above, the CBC post does not take the time to talk to the cop on the beat, see what he thinks, what he or she sees. And that's not surprising coming from the CBC.

The problem is this, as we stated in the title, SO IT BEGINS, it's is exactly how the problem in Noway, Sweden, Germany, France and others began. 
Do-gooders who never steps a foot in some of these neighborhoods and when someone complaints, right away it's racism.
This is what cheapened in the European countries, they handcuffed their own police; now look at where it went....
The Grønland district of Oslo looks like Karachi, Basra, and Mogadishu all rolled into one. People sell drugs openly next to the Grønland subway station, violence is epidemic, and the police have largely given up. It’s not Norway or Europe anymore, except when there is welfare money to be collected.

SWEDISH police are being attacked as they struggle to cope with crime in "no-go" areas of the country with high migrant populations, a report has revealed. The country has seen a huge surge in crime since the start of the migrants crisis in Europe with a rise in sex assaults, drug dealing and children carrying weapons.
In the secret report by Sweden's National Criminal Investigation Service, attacks on officers are detailed, including police cars being stoned by masked groups.
Some 52 areas have been put on a '"blacklist" which are then divided into three categories from "risk areas" to "seriously vulnerable".
And the report revealed Sweden’s Capital Stockholm had over 20 no-go areas where over 75,000 people live.
The report comes after law enforcement chiefs in the country called for extra officers, admitting they cannot cope with the levels of crime being committed.
Last month, Swedish police had to run for safety after being surrounded by an angry mob of migrants when they went to rescue a 10-year-old boy, who had allegedly been raped and 22-year-old.
Alexandra Mezher was stabbed to death by a Somali boy aged 15. 

Sweden is the worse, especially for their women, but this is going on in many western countries and it all started by restricting police from doing their jobs. 
Once they did that, cops where afraid to go in these areas, not because of the violence, but because if they did anything they might be called racist. And once the immigrant population realized this, they used it to their advantage and....well there you go..

In closing;
Is it the Immigrants fault, is it the police, that this is happening?
Here is a thought.... When you bring that many migrants, for whatever reason, into ones backyard, will they assimilate, integrate? Or stay with their own. They come from extremely violent countries, will they all of a sudden declare themselves, Swedes, Norwegians, French, Germans, Americans, Canadians? And be peaceful as we are, or will they take advantage of the mild mannered citizen? See it as a weakness...Taking into consideration of where they come from and how violent it was, I would say they see weakness...
Will they listen to those who know the rules in order to adapt themselves to their new country?
These questions are for people to ask themselves, to research and not be guided by one sided medias like the CBC, or others, like human rights groups who will never go to dangerous neighborhoods to see for themselves.
Here is a suggestion to these lefties, walk with a cop on the beat, he or she will take you to problem areas and see if you think the same way the next morning....
In other words, they have no right to an opinion unless they see for themselves, get off their fat asses from behind their desks and experience it firsthand in order to get the full picture.

I have a friend who lives in community living, (reduced rents) in Ottawa, she told me 10 years ago, all was fine, everybody got along, then came the increased numbers and when that happened, difficulties started arising; one of many was, no respect for personal property. It went from "no problem" to resentment. 

In some of the housing projects, in major cities, kids are afraid to walk alone at night, coats, cell phone, even shoes are taken from them, then there's drugs, so on. It's bad enough people there are poor, but the next generation have no chances under those circumstances.

So, who do we blame? The migrant? The police?
Why do they instantly scream racism, when those who try their best, see an increase in crimes in migrant neighborhoods?
If they keep on yapping racism as they did in Europe, the same thing will haven here, if there is an increase in crimes in migrant neighborhoods, is it racism to concentrate their efforts there? Or is it good police work?

The N.C. Chronicles does not condemn any specific groups, we offer an independent look at things around us, we do not look for awards or pats on the back, but offer information.
Many migrants have successfully integrated into our society, all are free to be who they are, none have the right to "impose" what they escaped on others.

We only try to point out the potential problems, if we try too hard to tie the hands of those who are on the streets and neighborhoods, seeing first hand what reality is, we will end up like Europe.
Where our daughters are told to change their behavior in order to accommodate those with foreign beliefs...
That's not what we were told democracy was...
Do we have to assimilate to them, or them to us?

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