Dateline Novi Pazar, Sandjak, Serbia – October, 2017: This story must serve as a wake-up call for the authorities in the West (from Poland to California) because they too will have to tackle the rising Muslim defiance brought about by a history of surrender to Islam. The dynamic is one of “a Muslim suspect shot – instantly a Muslim martyr”. A minority can be faced with prejudice (as the Jewish experience teaches us), but a minority can also be a source of prejudice (as the Muslim experience teaches us).
This incident in Serbia – just like the innocent officer Dreyfuss of the French Army a hundred and thirty years ago in France or the glorified street thug Rodney King Beating in Los Angeles – serves to prove how in a democracy not all people are equal before the law, especially when some people are either classified or perceived as belonging to ‘once suppressed minorities’ within the electorate. Perception is, after all, reality, and nowhere more so than in the smoke-and-mirrors political system known as “one-man/one-vote democracy” where the only operational truth is the one posted all over the media. Namely, in this case that just happened in Serbia, there was a young Muslim drug runner who refused to stop when surprised by the police, and instead of complying with the orders to cease and desist – he attempted a vehicular homicide on the approaching Serbian cops whose persons and vehicles the unassuming 22-year old rammed as he was resisting arrest. Had this ruffian with no regard for the police or for law-and-authority (most likely due to the incipient Muslim propaganda against the Serbian authorities) been somebody else, say – a Christian Serb or a commonplace atheist man liberated from an identity – there would have been no public outcry and no social media campaign of terrorist threats, vile intimidation and calls for a blood revenge (“kill the policeman’s family!”). The matter would have ended there. The Christians have gotten used to having to suck it up whenever either an injustice or an accidental harm is done to them, but not so the entitled Muslims! The pride of the Muslim has been on the increase ever since World War II, in which he gleefully oversaw the woeful self-destruction of Christians and Jews, the two species of Man singularly earmarked for hatred in his little mind. now, he can sit in judgment on them from the shadows of his diwan around the busy bazaars filled with fervent chatter. Most Muslims everywhere condemn the Christian (and Jewish) West as a matter of course and feel very entitled to do so. The writing is on the wall.
Nowhere is this ‘pride of the Muslim’ more abundantly clear than in the Balkans where the old Communist ideology (an offshoot of the postwar Frankfurt School of Liberalism and the New School For Social Research in New York) taught and trained the Muslim minorities to feel entitled and pridefully contemptuous of their oppressed Christian neighbors whom they felt to be the losers of every political change in the past 100 years. In reality, while the Christian traditions were being derided, banned and forgotten in disgust due to the classroom and newspaper instruction from the Left, sexual liberation and various false freedoms granted by liberals to the ex-Christian, atheist individuals to let them “if it feels good – do it, man!” – the Muslim heritage, ideology and traditions were being politically emboldened, nurtured and even imposed in the false name of “human rights for the oppressed of the 3rd World”. Which is how we arrived at the present low point in the intellectual and cultural development of the Western Man, once a world of genuine gentlemen and ladies, now fast approaching an abode of cads and self-serving shemales with not a care in the world about identity and heritage.
The other day, when the decorated Serbian policeman with a long record of impeccable service in the Serbian police pulled his gun and shot in the neck a young Muslim driver (Fahrudin Skarep) of a runaway car screeching around the road aiming to run down the approaching policemen – he was acting in self-defense under orders to stop a crime. However, the Serbian authorities will use him as a scapegoat in order to placate and muffle the mass-emotion of the Serbian Muslims who are behind a bloodthirsty and defiant roar that has been put out on all channels in response to this shooting.
Justice will not be served because the political consequences of justice for a defender of justice will be too much for the Serbian authorities to handle!!? The mass battle cry that Muslims put out irrespective of their differences whenever one of their own was in conflict with a non-Muslim is the single most effective political action at work in the Western Hemisphere today. The Serbian Ministry of Justice has already arrested the police officer and declared him guilty before any trial for “an excessive use of force” (for which he can get up to 10 years in prison).
The Serbian police officer’s family has just fled, having to abandon all its property in the nearby city of Tutin where it lived for generations because the threats of murder, slaughter, rape and arson against the policeman’s children and all his relatives have been overwhelming and relentless! Moreover, their names and addresses have been posted everywhere by angry Muslims. Is this the vaunted Muslim Justice that we are promised? If so, God help us all!
The killing of the youth raised alarms in Novi Pazar. Police officer suspected of murder, prosecution demands detention, and the dead Muslim’s family refuses to receive police officers
Fahrudin Skarep, 22, shot by police during an attempt to stop and arrest, was buried yesterday in the presence of a large number of relatives, friends and neighbors at the village cemetery in Pokrvenik, in the municipality of Tutin.
Skarep was driving a vehicle that the police suspected of transporting cigarettes without excise stamps from Montenegro to Serbia, tried to stop in the Dolovo village on Saturday, an hour after midnight, but he disobeyed their order, hitting an official vehicle in trying to escape.
At that point, one of the cops pulled the gun and shot in the direction of the vehicle. The bullet passed through a closed window and Scarepa was severely wounded by hitting him in the neck. The young man was transferred to the Novi Pazar General Hospital where he succumbed to injuries.
– We hope that the investigation will show everything, including whether the police officers were very vulnerable (in fear of their life) and that they had to shoot and kill a young man who had just begun his life. Tragically, the house of Yusuf and Remzija was shut down, he was their only son – say the relatives of Skarepa, explaining that Fahrudin had three older sisters.
We unofficially found out that the officer (R.B.), charged with firing, was arrested, ordered a detention for up to 48 hours and was transferred to the Novi Pazar District Prison.
– The Ministry of Internal Affairs formed a special commission whose task would be to examine all the facts of this event and to determine whether the policeman was justified and used arms in accordance with the law, says our source from the investigation.
According to unofficial information from “Blic”, there were no smuggled cigarettes or other excise goods in a car operated by Fahrudin Skarep.
– A little more than 10,000 euros have been found. It is suspected that this money was intended for the (illegal) purchase of cigarettes in Montenegro, but for some reason it did not happen, our source adds.
Parents refused to receive police representatives
Representatives of the Police Directorate in Novi Pazar wanted to visit and talk with the parents of the injured young man, but, as we unofficially learned, they told them that they did not want to receive them, arguing that the police had exceeded their powers and fired at their son without a reason.
Stefanovic: The police rarely raid arms for no reason
Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic pointed out that an investigation is underway to uncover all the facts about the police action in Tutin during which Skarep was killed.
– The policeman who shot was a decorated policeman, who always received praise in his career. There was a difficult event in Tutin and we will reach all relevant facts – Stefanovic said.
The prosecution demands detention for a cop
More Public Prosecutor’s Office in Novi Pazar has launched an investigation today against office R.B., a Tutin police officer on suspicion of killing Fahrudin Skarepa (22) from the village of Pokrvenik in the night between Friday and Saturday and proposing to the court to order custody.
The Prosecution’s announcement specifies that an order was issued against R.B. for the investigation into the murder as a criminal offense.
The Prosecution suggested that officer R.B. be ordered detained on account of the fact that his defense from freedom would interfere with the proceedings by influencing witnesses at trial and due to the fact that he was charged with a crime for which a sentence of more than 10 years was imprisoned can be carried and the severity of the consequences of the crime resulting in a disturbance to public peace, which may also jeopardize the conduct of criminal proceedings.
Decision on detention by the end of the day should be submitted by a preliminary hearing judge of the Higher Court in Novi Pazar.
Tutin: Urgently announce the official version of the murder of a young man
The (Muslim) Council of the Tutin Municipality requested today from the competent state authorities to publish the official version of this event as soon as possible.
The president of this body, Adnan Sehovic, said that at the session it was concluded that the statement of the Minister of the Interior, Nebojsa Stefanovic, was “hasty and unrealistic”, and that they demand that the relevant Ministry of Internal Affairs service be referred for this case.
– As the situation among the Tutin inhabitants is tense, we urge them to preserve their loyalty and do not react ruthlessly until an official report from the investigating authorities is received about what happened that fatal night – said Šehović.
The local (Muslim) Security Council session was attended by the Mayor of the municipality, Šemsudin Kučević, his deputy Kenan Hot, the head of the police station in Tutin, Nermin Zećirović, as well as representatives of other competent institutions.
The Serbian state minister Stefanovic said yesterday that a testimony was being held in connection with a case in Tutin when policemen wounded a young man in an anti-trafficking prevention campaign, who soon passed away, arguing that it was a legal obligation for police officers to react and “treat fire with fire” when someone shoots at them or when their life is threatened.
According to unofficial information, a police patrol was located in the village of Dolovo when Fahrudin Skarep operated a vehicle that did not stop at the police order, but charged at them, for which they shot and wounded him. An injured youth died at the Novi Pazar General Hospital.
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