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Teenage Girls Carjack and Crash Vehicle
Uber Driver Murder: Matthew Fanelli, Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison In Oregon
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This video isn't brought to you by any donations well because I didn't get any. If you want to sponsor a video you can do so through the email in the description to Paypal or Subscribestar. Or you can do a coaching call as well. I find that more people are booking those then topics these days. As for today's topic I wanted to cover the tragic story of Mohammed Anwar the Pakistani cab driver who died when two black teenage girls, aged 13 and 15 tried to steal his car by shooting him with a taser gun and when the did he lost control of the car and rolled the vehicle and died inside. The two teenagers reached a plea deal where they won't be held past the age of 21 and won't be place in prison. Of course everyone is pissed off about this in Washington DC and the chief of police appeared to sound insensitive when he said that locking these two murderers away won't bring back Mohammed. Justice had to be done and Rastlin star Chris Jericho took things into his own hands and donated twenty-five hundred dollars to the family and more importantly he helped bring attention to the Anwar families' gofundme campaign and it has raised well over a million dollars. But I'm afraid the damage is done and this case really pisses me off because my father was a cab driver in the 1970s and 1980s and getting robbed was always an issue he spoke about. He didn't wear a watch or jewelry of any kind, not even a wedding ring to ward off would be thieves. He kept two different wads of cash in his pockets. One with twenties, fifties and one hundreds in the back pocket and on in the front with mostly one dollar bills in the middle with a few twenties and fifties on the outside. Cab driving was big business in the 1980s as there were no courier companies back then and you could get fifty bucks at a time for moving packages from one of the Toronto's financial district to another. But he didn't have to worry about his passengers stealing his cab because it was pained up all orange and black with a giant glowing diamond sign on top of it. Today's Uber drivers don't have to worry about being robbed because they generally don't carry money. But now they have to worry about being car jacked by teenage girls. Anyways I'll discuss more in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The MGTOW Book Collection: Anyways, now back to the video. So the laswt thing Mohammed Anwar probably thought was that two teenage girls would use a taser on him in his own Ubermobile. I worry that stuff like this will eventually erupt in a race war and it won't be against whites. I'm talking about minority on minority violence. As the Pakistani community gets big enough in America and if the black police chief in a place like the district of columbia says things that clearly infuriate the Pakistani community while appearing to white knight for two black teenage girls you will see things spark out of control at some point. We see the same thing LA with Black versus Hispanic violence. Obviously that racism that doesn't seem to count to the left. That's probably why this story didn't receive as much outrage and attention as the story about the Muslim mass shooter a while back that was mistaken for a white male at first. We all know the leftist media likes to virtue signal and pretend that stuff like this doesn't happen. They don't really discuss what's happening in Chicago either. But that's not what this story is really about. If for example the victim in this story was a female driver and the 13 and 15 year old bandits did her in with a taser do you really think they would have been let off so easily?
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