Newton’s Third Law – Revisited
Posted by Exile on October 19, 2007
“For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.”
Let’s examine that scientific gem for a second or two.
OK. We’re in Amsterdam. A muslim “youth” runs into a police station and stabs two policewomen. One policewoman is not so badly injured that she can’t draw her weapon and shoots the youth, killing him on the spot, before he can attack anyone else.
Subsequently, muslim “youths” in Amsterdam go on the rampage, smashing property and burning flags and cars.
What would have happened, if a white Dutch “youth” stabbed two imams, and was then killed before he could attack anybody else?
Methinks, subsequently, white Dutch “youths” in Amsterdam would not go on the rampage, smashing property and burning flags and cars.
However, muslim “youths” in Amsterdam would, again, go on the rampage, smashing property and burning flags and cars.
Now, isn’t that strange? I’ll bet old Isaac is scratching his head over that one.