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(Daily Mail)   Bragging about your collection of Nazi memorabilia and calling the mayor "King Heeb" on Twitter is all in a day's work if you're: A) the Iranian dictator; B) an Aryan Brotherhood kingpin; C) FDNY Lieutenant   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 51
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2013-03-25 04:27:09 PM
10 votes:
Ugh, sometimes I hate my empathy. This guy is a total asshole who tried to be a counter-culture "internet tough guy" and got put in his place for a truly despicable mindset. I absolutely believe that he merits punishment because I also believe freedom of speech does not equal freedom from consequence.

... However, knowing everything he did and is, I get a pang of such empathy and pity when I see a picture of a grown man crying like that; in such a way that he knows he's tarnished his professional credentials irreparably. He knows his way of life is essentially over. My brain knows he is reaping the rewards of his own efforts, but my heart feels awful for him. I am thankful that my brain ultimately wins out here, but I cannot feel any of the schadenfreude satisfaction here or a glib appreciation of karma. I see a bigoted pock mark on society, but I also see a broken man. I feel bad for him, and that disgusts me.
2013-03-25 04:16:42 PM
10 votes:

cubic_spleen: Oh, look: A fat, crying, racist authoritarian. In other words, a Republican.

/subspecies: Teabagger.
//14GOP88


He's an anti-Semitic union employee in New York.  Sure sounds like a Republican.

Why does it even matter what political party he's from?  Seriously, do you honestly feel validated every time someone who disagrees with you on the role of government does something stupid?  Do you keep a giant scorecard at home?  If this guy's a Democrat, does it mean that small government is the answer?

I swear to God, people who treat politics like it's your religion are almost as scary as fundies.  And certainly just as stupid.
2013-03-25 04:09:40 PM
5 votes:

cubic_spleen: Oh, look: A fat, crying, racist authoritarian. In other words, a Republican.

/subspecies: Teabagger.
//14GOP88


Want to know how I know you are a dick?
2013-03-25 04:05:50 PM
5 votes:
Oh, look: A fat, crying, racist authoritarian. In other words, a Republican.

/subspecies: Teabagger.
//14GOP88
2013-03-25 05:11:01 PM
3 votes:

BigNumber12: He also said, 'I'm really a dirty pervert. I see a girl with tight pants on and my eyes immediately focus on her crotch to look for camel toe.'

Are you serious? This is the most transparent character assassination I've seen in the "news" in a while. I wonder which influential person this guy offended, or was being blackmailed by.


Yea, I think it's pretty relevant that a guy paid by the city to take care of people of all races, genders, and nationalities when they're at their most vulnerable hates a good chunk of those people and dehumanizes and sexualizes some of the others.

A guy who's comfortable admitting he's a gross pervert is not a guy I want taking care of me while I'm unconscious.

And I mean... they were directly quoting from his twitter page. Those were his own words.
2013-03-25 04:12:49 PM
3 votes:

cubic_spleen: Oh, look: A fat, crying, racist authoritarian. In other words, a Republican.

/subspecies: Teabagger.
//14GOP88


Oh please, this guy's union dues are fully paid up.
2013-03-25 03:43:21 PM
3 votes:
Crocodile tears. F*cker is only crying because he got caught. He's not the least bit sorry for what he's done.
2013-03-25 06:48:00 PM
2 votes:

BigNumber12: Lionel Mandrake: I have no idea what you're talking about. Do you have actual examples?

You've been here a very long time. Are you serious? You've never seen a DM story roundly decried as yellow journalism?


Sometimes they are, sometimes they're not. Looks like this one is legit. Not sure why you feel the need to bust out your martyr complex over this one, but hey, here we are. In particular your knee-jerk rant about the NY Post was an unintentionally hilarious reaction. The Gothamist has an article with a little more background (ie. the NY Fire Department's Commissioner's own SON also just quit the EMS after a bunch of raicst tweets of his own were appraently unearthed). Is it that you're just identifying with him a little too much perhaps?

And as far as it not being newsworthy:
A. Welcome to Fark. Not everything posted here is strictly "newsworthy". That's how it is here.
B. A Fire Department official in one of the nation's largest cities being a massive racist who publicly made racist remarks about the citizens of the city AND the mayor himself is in itself certainly newsworthy in my opinion. I see that you disagree, and everyone is entitled to their opinion. You may want to consider that NYC's "stop and frisk" policy is being challenged in the courts right now, and so reports of blatant racism within the ranks of NYC's first responders right now are a little extra newsworthy then usual.
C. The NYC FD has a history of issues with racism and within the last few weeks just wanred everyone that they need to watch the racism in their social media accounts after the Fire Department Commissioner's son was recently outed with the same kind of racist crap.
2013-03-25 04:57:10 PM
2 votes:
Jeez, guys, do I have to do everything around here?

i.imgur.com

i.imgur.com

i.imgur.com
2013-03-25 04:31:59 PM
2 votes:

FLMountainMan: cubic_spleen: Oh, look: A fat, crying, racist authoritarian. In other words, a Republican.

/subspecies: Teabagger.
//14GOP88

He's an anti-Semitic union employee in New York.  Sure sounds like a Republican.

Why does it even matter what political party he's from?  Seriously, do you honestly feel validated every time someone who disagrees with you on the role of government does something stupid?  Do you keep a giant scorecard at home?  If this guy's a Democrat, does it mean that small government is the answer?

I swear to God, people who treat politics like it's your religion are almost as scary as fundies.  And certainly just as stupid.


It shouldn't but it amazes me how some people can turn ANY article into bad Republican/bad Democrat.
If he was trolling I might could understand but he's not.
2013-03-25 04:10:29 PM
2 votes:

Rreal: Heeb?  seriously, Heeb?    I'm not just imagining this, right?

That's a slur so out of date I bet this guy expects tob e called a "honky"


The classics never go out of style

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2013-03-25 04:07:20 PM
2 votes:
Is that an actual crime?

And for Gods sake, will someone shoop "welcome to FARK" onto that pic?
2013-03-25 03:37:46 PM
2 votes:
i.dailymail.co.uk

This is the funniest picture I've seen this week, possibly the whole month.

/Does his jacket really say "Bad Lieutenant"?!
2013-03-25 10:20:43 PM
1 votes:

BigNumber12: Careful. Interrupting the Two Minutes Hate won't make you very popular in here.


What BigNumber12 might look like:

i.dailymail.co.uk
2013-03-25 09:47:03 PM
1 votes:

BigNumber12: Lionel Mandrake: I have no idea what you're talking about. Do you have actual examples?

You've been here a very long time. Are you serious? You've never seen a DM story roundly decried as yellow journalism?


Here's a suggestion. Click on the DM article, go to the end of it & click on the link that says Read more:

That link will take you to the NY Post article, which DM used as their source.
2013-03-25 08:34:06 PM
1 votes:

scottydoesntknow: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x942]

This is the funniest picture I've seen this week, possibly the whole month.

/Does his jacket really say "Bad Lieutenant"?!


The embroidered name really ties the fail together.
2013-03-25 08:06:11 PM
1 votes:

BigNumber12: duenor: Anyway, who knows if this story is even true. DM is about as reliable a source of news as the National Enquirer.

Careful. Interrupting the Two Minutes Hate won't make you very popular in here.


Not popular on Fark can quite possibly be taken as compliment. I don't mind being shunned by sanctimonious sheep.
2013-03-25 07:32:36 PM
1 votes:

danielscissorhands: Gyrfalcon: danielscissorhands: I'm an Athiest, but technically I'm Jewish. Actually going to  my dad's for Passover tonight.

Anyway, when I was younger, I was so interested in reading about Nazis, that I bought the following Nazi magazine from the early 40s on Ebay. It was written by Dr Robert Ley (who cheated his death sentence by hanging himself by tying something to the base of his sink and leaning forward a nd manually strangling himself).

Here is what the magazine looked like.
 
Anyway, what made me feel really guilty, was that stuck inside the pages of the magazine I bought, was an envelope from Auschwitz, possibly the last letter ever sent by some poor soul.

On the outside of the envelope was written the following propoganda, by the Camp Kommandant: This is what it said  in German:

Concentration Camp Auschwitz
Mailing with camp prisoners is subjected to the following prescriptions:
  1. Every protective-custody-captive is allowed to send or to receive two letters or postcards from his relatives. Letters sent to prisoners must be written clearly and with ink, and must have a maximum of 15 lines per page. Only one piece of normal sized notepaper is permitted. Lined envelopes are not allowed. Including more than five 12 Pfg-stamps in the envelope is not allowed. Including everything else is forbidden will be seized. Postcards have 10 lines. It is not allowed to use photographs as postcards.
  2. It is permitted to send money to the prisoners.
  3. All consignments must carry the correct address, which means name, date of birth and number of the prisoner. If the address is not correct, the mail will either be returned to sender or destroyed.
  4. Newspapers are permitted, but can be ordered only via the postal service of the Concentration Camp Auschwitz.
  5. The sending of parcels is not allowed, because the prisoners can buy everything in the camp.
  6. Sending release from protective-custody requests to the camp board is useless.
  7. It is principally not ...


danielscissorhands: Hmm.. where is the Museum of Tolerance?


Really? Their site is here: http://www.museumoftolerance.com

They're located in Los Angeles, and while primarily dedicated to remembering the victims of the Holocaust, they also have other interesting exhibits related to hate-crimes and their aftermath. They're famous for the two entry doors marked "PREJUDICED" and "NOT PREJUDICED" and one of them is locked...

They would be quite interested to have both your magazine and the envelope, I'm sure. You should give them a call.
2013-03-25 06:58:36 PM
1 votes:

victrin: Ugh, sometimes I hate my empathy. This guy is a total asshole who tried to be a counter-culture "internet tough guy" and got put in his place for a truly despicable mindset. I absolutely believe that he merits punishment because I also believe freedom of speech does not equal freedom from consequence.

... However, knowing everything he did and is, I get a pang of such empathy and pity when I see a picture of a grown man crying like that; in such a way that he knows he's tarnished his professional credentials irreparably. He knows his way of life is essentially over. My brain knows he is reaping the rewards of his own efforts, but my heart feels awful for him. I am thankful that my brain ultimately wins out here, but I cannot feel any of the schadenfreude satisfaction here or a glib appreciation of karma. I see a bigoted pock mark on society, but I also see a broken man. I feel bad for him, and that disgusts me.


I think I'm one of the most empathetic people ever, and for some reason I can't help but get more than a little schadenfreude from this. He had "Bad Lieutenant" stitched to his jacket. He had a profile picture of Adolf Hitler. He admits he's a pervert. If you were female, or Jewish, non white, or dressed in a way this guy didn't like, would you really want to be unconscious and alone with him? I'm glad his own stupidity has gotten him out of his position of responsibility.

I feel bad that I can't feel bad for this guy, but I just can't feel bad for this guy. He's bawling like a baby because someone read his public, self-written tweets and confronted him with them in public.
2013-03-25 06:57:41 PM
1 votes:
The Gothamist link with links to the background on the Commissioner's son who just got nailed by the same damn stupidity.

In this Metro.us link they mention that the NYFD just even tipped everyone off that they should be careful about their social media posts.

So if you're wondering who had it in for the poor widdle racist the answer is... nobody. He did this to himself. The FD Commissioner's son just recently got busted for the same thing, the FD warned everyone that they were checking social media..... and then this guy got caught when he failed to clean up his shiat - after being warned - after someone checked his Twitter. My guess is sinince the Commissioner's son just got busted not just the NYFD is looking, but all the journalists around there as well...
2013-03-25 06:54:45 PM
1 votes:

danielscissorhands: I'm an Athiest, but technically I'm Jewish. Actually going to  my dad's for Passover tonight.

Anyway, when I was younger, I was so interested in reading about Nazis, that I bought the following Nazi magazine from the early 40s on Ebay. It was written by Dr Robert Ley (who cheated his death sentence by hanging himself by tying something to the base of his sink and leaning forward a nd manually strangling himself).

Here is what the magazine looked like.

Anyway, what made me feel really guilty, was that stuck inside the pages of the magazine I bought, was an envelope from Auschwitz, possibly the last letter ever sent by some poor soul.

On the outside of the envelope was written the following propoganda, by the Camp Kommandant: This is what it said  in German:

Concentration Camp Auschwitz
Mailing with camp prisoners is subjected to the following prescriptions:
  1. Every protective-custody-captive is allowed to send or to receive two letters or postcards from his relatives. Letters sent to prisoners must be written clearly and with ink, and must have a maximum of 15 lines per page. Only one piece of normal sized notepaper is permitted. Lined envelopes are not allowed. Including more than five 12 Pfg-stamps in the envelope is not allowed. Including everything else is forbidden will be seized. Postcards have 10 lines. It is not allowed to use photographs as postcards.
  2. It is permitted to send money to the prisoners.
  3. All consignments must carry the correct address, which means name, date of birth and number of the prisoner. If the address is not correct, the mail will either be returned to sender or destroyed.
  4. Newspapers are permitted, but can be ordered only via the postal service of the Concentration Camp Auschwitz.
  5. The sending of parcels is not allowed, because the prisoners can buy everything in the camp.
  6. Sending release from protective-custody requests to the camp board is useless.
  7. It is principally not permitted to talk with prisone ...



Interesting.

Here's an article talking about similar restrictions on mail at a different concentration camp:


"While the Japanese Americans were staying at the internment camps their mail was supervised. An article by the Topaz Times titled, "Instructions Released on Internee Mail," explained the process that the internees along with the internment camps took before sending their mail. All of the internees had to send their mail to New York with the title "Prisoner of war mail-free" at the upper right-hand corner. This new rule was established to censor what the Japanese Americans were allowed to say to either others in internment camps or others outside of the internment camps."


Of course Topaz (and the other US camps) were NOT Auschwitz - but the criteria for selecting who would be interned was similar (national origin /  race - whether men, women or children - and without regard to any crime committed or any overt "threat" to the Reich)

Not all that dissimilar, really.

Except that the war never made it to US soil, and the prisoners of the US weren't plagued with diseases such as typhus, and there were no mass executions (obviously).

And unlike the Germans, we won the war.

You can read more here - if you're interested.
2013-03-25 06:20:56 PM
1 votes:
img9.imageshack.us
2013-03-25 06:18:12 PM
1 votes:
I'm an Athiest, but technically I'm Jewish. Actually going to  my dad's for Passover tonight.

Anyway, when I was younger, I was so interested in reading about Nazis, that I bought the following Nazi magazine from the early 40s on Ebay. It was written by Dr Robert Ley (who cheated his death sentence by hanging himself by tying something to the base of his sink and leaning forward a nd manually strangling himself).

Here is what the magazine looked like.
 
Anyway, what made me feel really guilty, was that stuck inside the pages of the magazine I bought, was an envelope from Auschwitz, possibly the last letter ever sent by some poor soul.

On the outside of the envelope was written the following propoganda, by the Camp Kommandant: This is what it said  in German:

Concentration Camp Auschwitz
Mailing with camp prisoners is subjected to the following prescriptions:
  1. Every protective-custody-captive is allowed to send or to receive two letters or postcards from his relatives. Letters sent to prisoners must be written clearly and with ink, and must have a maximum of 15 lines per page. Only one piece of normal sized notepaper is permitted. Lined envelopes are not allowed. Including more than five 12 Pfg-stamps in the envelope is not allowed. Including everything else is forbidden will be seized. Postcards have 10 lines. It is not allowed to use photographs as postcards.
  2. It is permitted to send money to the prisoners.
  3. All consignments must carry the correct address, which means name, date of birth and number of the prisoner. If the address is not correct, the mail will either be returned to sender or destroyed.
  4. Newspapers are permitted, but can be ordered only via the postal service of the Concentration Camp Auschwitz.
  5. The sending of parcels is not allowed, because the prisoners can buy everything in the camp.
  6. Sending release from protective-custody requests to the camp board is useless.
  7. It is principally not permitted to talk with prisoners or visit them in the concentration camp.

Picture of similar envelope.
2013-03-25 05:43:48 PM
1 votes:

BigNumber12: Lionel Mandrake: I have no idea what you're talking about. Do you have actual examples?

You've been here a very long time. Are you serious? You've never seen a DM story roundly decried as yellow journalism?


So you don't have examples...

I know the Fail sucks.  It's mostly "OMG!  Look at __________ in her workout clothes with no makeup!!" or the daily teacher-sleeping-with-student or "First pictures of Kim Kardashians baby bump!" or some girl who eats nothing but chicken mcnuggets, etc.

I am not aware of them accusing someone of racism or any other -ism or serious character assassination of an unknown person with no evidence to back them up.  So, again, do you have an example that goes beyond the typical tabloid-type garbage?
2013-03-25 05:31:57 PM
1 votes:

Bullseyed: Why exactly is this man being bullied over his freedom of speech rights?


Because freedom of speech only means he can't be jailed for being an idiot. It doesn't mean he can't be publicly shamed for being an idiot, and it certainly doesn't mean he can't be fired for violating conduct codes.

But you already know that.
2013-03-25 05:18:12 PM
1 votes:

BigNumber12: Genevieve Marie: A guy who's comfortable admitting he's a gross pervert is not a guy I want taking care of me while I'm unconscious.

Sounds good. Will you be spearheading the effort to fire and publicly shame all public servants who are attracted to "camel toe?"


Nah, the ones who are stupid enough to tweet out their feelings on the subject will probably be found out without my direct intervention.
2013-03-25 05:14:24 PM
1 votes:

BigNumber12: Sooo, that article, including the camel toe discussion, is totally news-worthy?


It is when they're the remarks of a city official paid by the taxpayers who's in a position of power over others, yes.
2013-03-25 04:59:57 PM
1 votes:

BigNumber12: I see that subject matter is what determines whether or not Farkers will question a Daily Fail article's legitimacy. Everyone loves a nice, cut-and-dry "everyone shun the Nazi!" piece. I'm sure that this one is super duper 100% legit.


It was also printed by other sites.

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/staten_island/bravest_crying_sham e_ Ez4sgNRTlOPVLGiSJ146qK
2013-03-25 04:58:46 PM
1 votes:
I have a sneaking suspicion that it's exactly how most Internet Tough Guys would react when called out on their behavior publicly.
2013-03-25 04:51:15 PM
1 votes:
As Twitter, the social networking microblogging version of a backyard bug zapper, claims another idiot.....
2013-03-25 04:45:43 PM
1 votes:
I learned early on not to call people mean names. In olden days it was a fistfight. Nowadays it can go from losing your livelihood to losing your life.

It's not called "political correctness," it's called "polite correctness."
2013-03-25 04:45:15 PM
1 votes:

maggoo: This thread is worthless without lemmy pics


please no lemmy pics. those moles haunt my dreams.
2013-03-25 04:37:49 PM
1 votes:

LeroyBourne: Needs a 'welcome to fark' caption.


This needs to be the new "welcome to fark" picture.
2013-03-25 04:33:44 PM
1 votes:

Master Sphincter: Before you all get too nasty, I think he has children.


But surely his pure Aryan stock will use this adversity as steel uses a forge, no?
2013-03-25 04:30:00 PM
1 votes:

cubic_spleen: Oh, look: A fat, crying, racist authoritarian. In other words, a Republican.


No, he's your typical New York liberal closet fascist, nazi symbols and all, with all the bigotry and hatred we've come to expect from New York democrats. I can't wait to see which basic rights and freedoms your benevolent dictator, billionaire Michael Bloomberg, strips from you suckers next. Idiots like this guy and yourself will be behind him 100%.
2013-03-25 04:27:14 PM
1 votes:

rangercheese: I liked 120 Minutes too, Matt, and you were a great host and all, but geez, it's been over a decade!  Let it go!


Dave Kendall would never behave this way.
2013-03-25 04:21:41 PM
1 votes:
Ahhh Firefighters.  Our Heroestm.
2013-03-25 04:20:05 PM
1 votes:
www.wearysloth.com
2013-03-25 04:15:47 PM
1 votes:
D) Lemmy
2013-03-25 04:15:20 PM
1 votes:
content7.flixster.com

 I   am ... in a world... of shiat.
2013-03-25 04:14:48 PM
1 votes:

"He also tweeted that his most prized possession is Nazi gold pin with a German U-Boat and a swastika."



OK to be fair I know several Jewish people (WW2 collectors) that would also say that it is a prized possession due to its historical significance and Rarity, not to many of the sailors who received them made it through the war.

His childish 1950 name calling; now that they would not be down with

This was the badge for the U boat crew they can run up to 3,000.00 depending on condition

cdn102.iofferphoto.com
2013-03-25 04:14:45 PM
1 votes:

Old_Chief_Scott: cubic_spleen: Oh, look: A fat, crying, racist authoritarian. In other words, a Republican.

/subspecies: Teabagger.
//14GOP88

Oh please, this guy's union dues are fully paid up.


That does not necessarily mean much. Look at Wisconsin. A whole of Union people, for some damn dumb reason, voted for Scooter and his band of morons.
2013-03-25 04:13:39 PM
1 votes:

fireclown: Dr.Zom: THX 1138: Rreal: Heeb?  seriously, Heeb?    I'm not just imagining this, right?

That's a slur so out of date I bet this guy expects tob e called a "honky"

I hear that he also called Bloomberg a "sheeny".

Surprised he didn't break out "John Chinaman"

All I can think of is the scene in Grand Torino when Eastwood calls the kid a "spade", and there is this wonderful half second where the kid can't quite figure out whether he should be offended or not because he has never heard the phrase.


Same when he says, "what are you spooks doing?"  I think I was the only one who laughed.  And then I explained to my wife that no, he wasn't accusing them of working for the CIA.
2013-03-25 04:13:20 PM
1 votes:
He tried to explain his posts to the Post, saying between sobs that he 'didn't hate anyone.'
'I've seen strangers shot and killed. I've seen families torn apart by violence. It's a damn shame that gang members ruin it for hardworking, struggling people,' he said.


Oh, well, in that case, keep on tweeting hateful, racist crap then. Sorry to bother you.
2013-03-25 04:09:12 PM
1 votes:
i.mol.im

"I KNOW the Jews did this!"
2013-03-25 04:08:27 PM
1 votes:
How in the fark did that guy make Lieutenant?
2013-03-25 04:05:02 PM
1 votes:
I was wondering when this would hit Fark.

Best. Picture. Evar.

And what a pathetic excuse for a human. I would not be surprised if we get a follow-up story about him offing himself soon.
2013-03-25 04:04:34 PM
1 votes:

scottydoesntknow: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x942]

This is the funniest picture I've seen this week, possibly the whole month.

/Does his jacket really say "Bad Lieutenant"?!


'I'll just embroider my Internet troll handle on my FDNY jacket, they'll never figure out it was me!'
2013-03-25 04:03:44 PM
1 votes:
Heeb?  seriously, Heeb?    I'm not just imagining this, right?

That's a slur so out of date I bet this guy expects tob e called a "honky"
2013-03-25 04:01:52 PM
1 votes:
He better watch it or he'll end up in prison, driving all the other inmates stir crazy.  On the other hand, he has a lovely singing voice.

img600.imageshack.us
2013-03-25 03:39:39 PM
1 votes:
Now this is the epitome of a rugged Aryan Superman.

i.mol.im

Gent bent, Adolf.
 
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