Major Newspaper Censors Politically Incorrect Story About Muslim Chain Attack"Muslims rule the world" quote deleted before article pulled entirely
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Apr. 12, 2016
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A major newspaper in Canada has removed a story about two refugee children who choked a girl with a chain while shouting "Muslims rule the world" in a shocking example of politically correct-driven censorship.
The original article published by the Chronicle Herald described how a grade three girl at Chebucto Heights Elementary School was choked on two separate occasions by two "refugee boys" who had arrived in February and that "a chain was used on both occasions".
According to the girl’s mother ‘Missy’, who didn’t want to be named because she feared retribution, the boys yelled “Muslims rule the world” while they carried out the assault, but were not even disciplined by the school.
252 refugee students are currently enrolled in the region, with another 71 waiting on settlement of permanent housing.
Another mother quoted by the Herald also claimed that her daughter begged her to be allowed to stay home from school after she was “slapped after she and a classmate disagreed in the schoolyard,” and that the school again took no action and didn’t even call her.
But perhaps the most shocking turn of events came when the Herald, which had already printed the story in its hard copy, first edited the article on its website to remove the “Muslims rule the world” quote and then deleted the story entirely.
After social justice warriors chimed in with a flurry of complaints, in a bow to political correctness, the Herald replaced the story with a mealy-mouthed apology stating, “Bullying is a sensitive subject. So is the integration of newcomers, particularly those who have faced challenges, even trauma, on their way here.”
The fact that the headline may have caused offense to an “identifiable cultural group” was also described at “problematic” by the newspaper, which also lamented the fact that news outlets critical of Islam had shared the story.
“What they’re really saying is – we accidentally told the truth, we’ll work harder to prevent that happening in the future,” wrote the BlazingCatFur blog.
“This being PM Useful Idiot’s Canada we already know the press ignores stories unfavourable to the Liberal lie. But now they’ve taken to “disappearing” news unfavourable to the Liberal narrative they’ve accidentally reported.”
The Chronicle Herald is the highest circulation newspaper in the Atlantic provinces and is the largest independently owned newspaper company in Canada.
The fact that the story was removed from the Internet after being published in the physical newspaper (see images below) attests to the complete cowardice of the Chronicle Herald in bowing to public pressure from perpetually outraged social justice mobs.
Because the story completely demolished the leftist narrative about the wave of “refugees” now arriving in the west, it was censored.