There is a reason that Progressives are pushing to redefine the definition of “THUG.” To silence and keep those who after learning of inhumane acts committed by THUGS, Black, would withdraw their support in the dark.
As reported by Independent Journal Review’s Benny Johnson and Kenny Wassus, Papa Palace Pizza Shop owner, Essam el Ghannam along with his 12-year-old niece barely escaped with their live earlier this week.
RACIST THUGS at the behest of a 14-year-old Black teenager, female, called for rioters to torch the 8-year pizza shop owner and his business. The exact words used by this young, RACIST THUG as Ghannam was doused with lighter fluid was “Fire this dirty pizza man” but don’t call these bitches THUGS.
Posted to YouTube April 29, 2015 by IJReview
Pictured below is what Papa Palace Pizza, 2426 E Monument St, Baltimore MD, 21205 looked like before the rioters burned down Ghannam’ business while failing to snuff out the storeowner’s life in the process. Source: Google Earth.
Then there is what (below) Papa Palace Pizza looks like today in the aftermath of this week’s rioting.
Hardly anything to be proud of, rationalize away and make excuses for. As for Ghannam’s sin, he is not Black at least in the eyes of racist THUGS.
How absurd is it that so-called community leaders and protesters are demanding a lynching (metaphorically speaking) for the death of Freddie Gray while giving rioters many of whom are their own flesh and blood a pass for their actions.
Why? Because only #BlackLivesMatter and Black people cannot be racist no matter how freaking bigoted, bitter and self-serving some are (sarcasm). That being said, a racist by any other name is still a racist. Moreover, if it talks like a thug, behaves like a thug far be it from me to refer to him or her as anything but….
Ghannam, however, who remains as defiant even after the thugs tried to destroy his life, is not giving up. “This is my life. I do not know why they do this to me. But it will not stop me…I will reopen. I’m gonna secure my business very good. Get a weapons license and protect my shop.”
The Second Amendment is right on time for moments like this.