Hardened investigators wept at maid’s made-up life story
Rhona N. writes:
I read in the New York Times that the investigators from three separate agencies were “crying” when they listened to the maid’s story:LA replies:
The fact that they were crying shows that they had lost their professionalism, including professional objectivity, and were in a mental state where they would believe the maid’s massive lies.LA continues:
I think that Fairstein’s point about the crying is that the maid is an extraordinarily skillful liar. But this also is emblematical of the condition of the white West. The better nonwhites and liberal whites get at yanking the emotional chains of whites, the readier whites are to sell out their race and their civilization for the sake of nonwhites.LA continues:
The below exchange, from another entry today, is relevant to what I just said.LA writes:Norma B. writes:
How many incidents like this must there be before whites wake up and stop letting themselves be fooled? Tawana Brawley, who for two years in the late 1980s tore up New York State with her totally made-up story that white prosecutor Steve Pagones and other white men had kidnapped, raped, and tortured her. Crystal Mangum, the drug-taking prostitute who for one year tore up the country and the lives of innocent Duke University students with the false story that they had raped her. And now the lilly maid of Sofitel, Nafissatou Diallo, who not only massively lied to prosecutors about every aspect of her life, but got into this country and accessed its abundant compassion by means of massive, wicked lies. What kind of person makes up a story that she was gang raped?
I suspect that “the maid’s tragic life story was so convincing that we cried” is something the DA’s office is making up after the fact in order to excuse their incompetent handling of the case. Nobody cried, but now they have to represent her as the most convincing con artist ever in order not to look like complete fools.Richard S. writes:
Our best and brightest fall all over themselves to show love for blacks. I don’t get it. Are their experiences of contact with blacks diametrically opposed to mine and millions of other average Joes? I can’t believe that. Do they fail to draw conclusions from the thousand instances of rudeness and hostility and physical assault that constitute the black gift to whites, inescapable in every urban setting? I can’t believe that either. Are they in terror and is their embrace of blacks, who systematically terrorize them, the Stockholm syndrome writ large? Yes. That I believe.LA replies:
But remember that many blacks are nice people and are functional. All whites have experience with decent blacks, and those are the blacks that whites are thinking of when the block out their own knowledge of the troublesome blacks.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at July 05, 2011 02:06 PM | Send