Safari Park Rules For Pamela Geller, Darren Wilson, & All Other Visitors

Those who bemoan what happened to Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown often argue that George Zimmerman and Darren Wilson should just not have gotten out of their SUVs.  Are they right?  Is the best policy really just to see young blacks roaming loose as likely to be vicious, wild animals, unable to restrain themselves from violent attacks on human interlopers?

As we all heard Baltimore’s mayor put it, official policy is to simply give them space to destroy.”

Last July in Indianapolis, a black thug with a long history of illegal drug and weapons charges named Major Davis Jr., murdered a police officer, Perry Renn.  Officer Renn, you see, had responded to a 911 call about Davis brandishing a semi-automatic rifle.  Afterward, the thug’s family said that the whole thing could have been avoided if the officer had just stayed in his car.

Based on such arguments, that certain minorities cannot be expected to control their natural and sometimes deadly impulses in the presence of whoever, it’s as if race-racketeers and political correctness would turn many areas of our country into vast urban preserves/sanctuaries for unpredictable, out-of-control beasts.

So, for the sake of all concerned, strict guidelines must be posted for anyone “on safari” or otherwise operating in such territories:

1.  Stay in your car.
2.  Even in your car, don’t be too visible.
3.  On foot, leave a wide berth.
4.  Do not wander alone or at night.
5.  Do not disturb their activities.

As for flamboyant travelers like Pamela Geller, she’s being attacked by many more hostile parties than just heavily armed Mohammedans.  Even some prominent so-called conservatives are piling on, saying she has no right to ramble around the park upsetting practitioners of the Religion of Peace.

Obviously, Muslims have to be included in the official Safari Park Guidelines as creatures you must not in any way ruffle or annoy with some aspect of your presence.

Geller plainly violated the Park Rules because she went against Sharia law, which as anyone visiting the global Safari Park definitely knows is sure to provoke murderous attacks from those peaceful adherents of Islamic splendor and tolerance.

Visitors to our planet’s Muslim-containing zones (basically everywhere, now, thanks to suicidally-lax immigration policies) must be made aware that Mohammedans are prone to explode in murderous spasms ofsudden jihad syndrome, as well as carefully coordinated murder attacks involving human-like planning and production, upon the slightest deviation by humans from 100% compliance with the Sharia.

It follows, then, that in this land we ought to make sure key dictates from The Koran and Hadiths are posted along with the other general Park Rules.  We wouldn’t want Americans going around thinking that non-Islamic expressions are protected by our Constitution or anything.  These are the United States, after all; you have to submit to the barbaric mandates of Islamic law!  Where have you been for the last several years?

At the height of the Trayvon Martin fiasco, Barack Obama publicly complained about white people who lock their car doors and/or clutch their handbags close when seeing blacks approach.  Yet Obama and his ilk are just as likely to blame the George Zimmermans of our society, and the cops in our cities, for the consequences of daring to get out of their cars, and exposing themselves to and/or interacting with the feral inhabitants of the virtually limitless park.

I’ve already written ad nauseam in previous articles about the extremely alarming rates of black violence and Islamic savagery which civilized people are confronted with.

If I teach my son that crocodiles are dangerous, and that he should avoid them, does that mean I “hate” crocodiles, and that I’m teaching my child to hate?  Perhaps I should teach him, instead, to approach each crocodile according to the content of its character, and to embrace/coexist with crocodiles without bias or profiling.

What a zoo.

About the author: Donald Joy

Following his service in the United State Air Force, Donald Joy earned a bachelor of science in business administration from SUNY while serving in the army national guard. As a special deputy U.S. marshal, Don was on the protection detail for Attorney General John Ashcroft following the attacks of 9/11. He lives in the D.C. suburbs of Northern Virginia with his wife and son.

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