Wednesday, June 08, 2016

"Attention tourists: we don't care what you saw on Disney,

or heard about acting friendly, these are WILD ANIMALS.  If you take chances with them, sooner or later you will bleed."

The Pulitzer prize-winning editorial page editor of the Detroit Free Press has called for the murder of Michigan lawmakers with whom he disagrees.

The reason? The lawmakers voted for legislation that would give parents more choices to avoid Michigan’s failing public schools.
Because parents having the chance to put their kids in a better schools is far less important than protecting the teachers unions and school bureaucrats from competition.

In the past I've been asked why I despise the United Nations so; well, for one,
The UN whistleblower who exposed the rape of children by peacekeepers in Africa has quit his post to protest what he sees as the "complete impunity" of those responsible, he announced in an interview on Tuesday. 
Speaking to humanitarian news agency Irin, Mr Kompass said he was leaving because of "the complete impunity for those who have been found to have, in various degrees, abused their authority, together with the unwillingness of the hierarchy to express any regrets for the way they acted towards me".
This isn't the first time crap like this has happened, and the UN did nothing.  Or actively denied/covered-up what happened.

Why do people hate federal bureaucrats, especially in some agencies?  Because 'reassigned' for this shit.  Not fired, not punished, sent somewhere else.
The federal bureaucrat who blocked armed law enforcement agents from apprehending a man involved in the San Bernardino terror attack last December, then allegedly lied to investigators about her actions, has been reassigned to another post, but likely won't face further investigation, has learned.

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services supervisor who an Inspector General’s report did not name but blasted for keeping Department of Homeland Security agents from Enrique Marquez is Irene Martin, who, according to her account, has been with the agency for at least 16 years, 13 years as a field supervisor.
It is not clear what disciplinary action Martin could face, but the report last week faulted her for making agents wait more than 90 minutes before she gave them access to related files on the suspected terrorist, and then she dismissively ordered them to hand copy files, according to the federal report. Agents told building security they intended to arrest Marquez to prevent him from killing anyone, but Martin had them wait 30 minutes just to see her. When questioned by IG investigators later, Martin repeatedly changed her story and also contradicted what other witnesses said.
But she's still got that sweet federal job, with all those benefits, because 'federal employee'.

And they wonder why people say unkind things about them...

1 comment:

0007 said...

Double, possibly triple aa hire. Not a chance in hell of her catching any flack for being an ignorant bitch.
True story. When I was working at State there was a diverse employee who consistently was a hour to an hour and a half late EVERY.DAY. for five months of classes. Nothing happened to him. Later while overseas he was PNG'd from an embassy and consequently re-assigned in DC.
About 5 months into his time there someone noticed that he would come into work in the morning and about an hour later he would disappear and not be seen until the next morning. Finally one of his co-workers watched and followed him. He would come to the office and then leave. The other employee followed him to another company in the area where he was working a full time job(as was found out shortly thereafter).
Got that? Drawing $60K as a government employee while working full time at a job with a civilian employer.
Even after he was found out it took almost 3 months to fire his aa ass.