(Tea Party 247) – This is a sobering account of the very real human cost of psychotic political correctness that defies all reason and sensibility.
There is nothing wrong with being fair to all people, regardless of their outward appearance or different ethnic or cultural backgrounds.
It is something else entirely to be afraid to speak up when you know something is wrong out of fear of the outrage mob.
In the case of one Manchester Arena security guard, however, he now has the lives of 22 people on his conscience because he failed to act on concerns over Salman Abedi’s suspicious behavior just 6 minutes before the terrorist blew himself up.
He didn’t want anyone to think he was a “racist.”
Kyle Lawler told an inquiry into the horrific incident which, in addition to leaving nearly two dozen dead, also wounded 800, including many children, that he’d been trained what to look out for to prevent a terror attack.
Above: Kyle Lawler
He explained that he saw Abedi sitting with “group of white people” and behaving as if he was “slightly nervous”.
This gave Lawler a “bad feeling” about the individual and it seemed to him that Abedi “did not belong there.”
Lawler, however, did not alert his superiors because he was “scared of being wrong and being branded a racist” and worried that he may get into trouble for “judging someone by their race.”
This is where we’re at, ladies and gentlemen.
And what a sad state it is.
Summit News notes that they’ve previously reported that “another eyewitness to Abedi’s suspicious behavior reported the activity to security guard Mohammad Agha 17 minutes before the bomb was detonated but said he was ‘fobbed off.’”
This is highly concerning.
Islamic terrorism is a real threat. While no one would enjoy being thought they were a terrorist because of the color of their skin, isn’t it worth taking the risk of offending someone to make sure that they aren’t about to detonate a bomb within the vicinity of thousands of people?!
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