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JOHN CHUCKMAN COMMENT: COLUMNIST WRITES MICHAEL RAFFERTY’S EVIL DEFIES EXPLANATION – SUPERSTITIOUS BUNKUM – THE TRUTH ABOUT PSYCHOPATHS AND PEDOPHILES   Leave a comment

JOHN CHUCKMAN

POSTED RESPONSES TO A COLUMN BY TIMOTHY APPLEBY IN TORONTO’S GLOBE AND MAIL

“Michael Rafferty’s evil defies explanation”

Sorry, Timothy Abbleby, this is a ridiculous piece of superstitious bunkum.

Nature is constantly conducting its genetic experiments on us, a process that’s simply part of ongoing evolution.

Some of these experiments produce monsters unacceptable to the standards of a humane society, as in the case of all psychopaths and child predators.

But using the word “evil” to describe them not only explains nothing, it in fact adds to humanity’s already overloaded store of mumbo-jumbo and misunderstanding.

This man, capable of such vicious acts, will be where he belongs, removed from society.
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“See how all the LibDips tip their heads back and bawl when Vic Toews trys to empower the police over this kind of scum”

Regular use of mindless expressions like “LibDips” surely reveals a mentality not altogether unrelated to Rafferty’s twisted one.
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“Dead man walking. Sooner or later the inmates will get to him. Can’t be soon enough.”

Again, here, as in a number of other posts, we see a bent way of thinking not unrelated to Rafferty’s.

What else is this but primative bloodlust?

JOHN CHUCKMAN COMMENT: THE NONSENSE OF THE LONE WOLF TERRORIST – PSYCHOPATHS YOU HAVE WITH YOU ALWAYS – WHERE LEGENDS OF MONSTERS AROSE   Leave a comment

 

 

 

JOHN CHUCKMAN

POSTED RESPONSE TO A COLUMN BY COLIN FREEZE IN TORONTO’S GLOBE AND MAIL

“The silent threat of the lone-wolf terrorist”

An utterly stupid piece of writing.

We have always, always had “lone wolf” monsters.

How do you think legends like vampires and other monsters became so fixed in people’s minds?

And what do you think the likes of John Wayne Gacy and Charles Manson and Robert Picton and Clifford Olsen represent?

They are psychopathic serial and mass killers, one of nature’s many mistakes, from civilized society’s point of view, in its endless evolutionary experiments.

There may have been a time when such people served a purpose, as in wars in the times of walled cities.

So what purpose does it serve to call such people “terrorists”?

Or indeed to attribute any politics or ideology to their love of killing and torturing human beings?

Nothing, but it feeds the ignorant nightmarish fears being promoted by Islamophobics night and day.

This is “high class” garbage.

JOHN CHUCKMAN COMMENT: MARGARET ATWOOD ASKS WHAT KIND OF COUNTRY YOU WANT – COMPARISON OF POLICE AT TWO DEMONSTRATIONS   Leave a comment

JOHN CHUCKMAN
 
POSTED RESPONSE TO A COLUMN BY MARGARET ATWOOD IN TORONTO’S GLOBE AND MAIL

Thank you, Ms. Atwood, well put.

I always treasured the restraint and decency of police in Canada, having come decades ago from a tough part of a tough American city.

The first time I was shocked out of my warm glow was with the OPP shooting at Ipperwash. That pointless and brutal event much resembled the activity of thugs like the FBI, an agency which has a huge list of abuses and violence and stupidity and literally thousands of victims over its history.

The Toronto example however is turning out even worse than first reports, so the contrast Ms. Atwood offers is even greater.

I heard today on CBC Radio the chilling report of a man with artificial legs who was arrested.

The police apparently ordered him up – he was sitting on the ground – but he couldn’t stand without the sticks he uses, and he explained all this to the police.

Then some genuinely bad-apple cop reached down and pulled one of his legs off.

Then the disgusting cop ordered him to hop.

The man was under arrest for more than a day without his appliances.

There was also the ugly case – involving genuine police-state brutality – of the man who was arrested while with our highly regarded journalist, Steve Paikin, who witnessed everything.

Such behavior by police ranks with the vicious criminal morons who killed a distraught Polish man in Vancouver’s airport.

I know, thank God, that most police do not behave in this way, but policing always is a job which both attracts dangerous personalities – psychopaths of varying degree – and challenges the self-control of those with bad tempers. People who want some “action” are inevitably drawn to policing, much as they are to the military.

Only a tough standard of review of excesses and the absolute determination to rid ourselves of such thugs in uniform are defenses against them.

I do not think we are in danger of all our police behaving the way American cops have a well-earned reputation for behaving in many small towns and poor parts of cities, Amnesty International having cited many times police brutality in America as common.

But I do think our institutions governing police are weak. Those cops in Vancouver, at the very least, should have been rudely dismissed. So too the cop who pulled off the artificial leg and ordered a man to hop.

Show the thugs the door, and I do not think we have to worry about their sickness taking hold. Doing so would serve as a declaration to the world that Canada is determined to remain a decent society, the kind of society where people peacefully protest the closing of prisoner farms as Ms. Atwood did.