The New York Times has an article about the victims of the shooting at San Bernardino. It quotes from a Facebook page of one of the victims, Robert Adams, 40.
He recently posted a quote from Albert Einstein to his profile: “The world is a dangerous place not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.”
Wnen I read the above quote, I thought to myself that nowadays, one is better off doing nothing than reporting suspicious activity and risk facing charges of indulging in the opposite of PC behavior.
Breitbart report on comments made by Republican presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee, on the Fox News Channel.
He further stated, “we hear these people say, and you see the signs in the New York subways. If you see something, say something. Now, people are afraid if they say something they’re going to be labeled a xenophobe, a bigot, a hater, a racist. Nobody wants to be labeled that. Nobody wants to be ostracized. So now, because of political correctness, the cops may tell us see something, say something, people understand, say something, get a label on you, and be plastered on the front page of the papers. It’s not going to happen.”
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently invited Britain’s Prince Charles to make an official visit to Israel, the Telegraph reported Saturday, but such a visit is unlikely as long as the Palestinian-Israeli conflict remains unresolved.
How about not inviting the royals to Israel until the British ask for the return of a great portion of the land of Palestine which they illegally ceded to Jordan.