Otham Karim, a Ugandan-born Swedish citizen of 30 years claimed “that his visa application has been delayed because his name is on a list of suspected terrorists” and naturally sprang for the nearest “R” word fire alarm, saying, “This is another form of the racism I’ve experienced previously. Now I’m not only a svartskalle [lit. blackhead], but I’m also a terrorist.”
Apparently, some Swedes had called him derogatory names somewhere in his past, so that means he’s lived life in the shadow of oppression, making this visa situation all the more distressing. Funny, I’ve been called all sorts of nasty things by non-whites, but the tacit consensus is that I’m white, so it doesn’t really matter.
Karim continued, noting, “Everyone in my family got their visa within a week. But not me.” As you can see, it’s clearly racism that’s the issue here, not his name. [I’m the only one bold-ing these quotes, btw.]
In an attempt to atone for the double-whammy Karim has received, the Swedish royal family and ruling political coalition are considering christening him St. Karim Luther King von Öppression, and giving themselves 100 lashes each. Meanwhile, the ominous visage of Dr. MLK Jr. the First-est the Greatest the Only-est Sr. looks on, unimpressed.
In light of this story, it is imperative that we allocate a space near the top of the victimhood totem pole for blacks with terrorists’ names. That brings us ever closer to finding just who sits at the top, which is looking more and more like someone who is a black, female, foreign, pygmy, handicapped, uneducated, poor, part Jewish, (gay?) single mother who has a terrorist’s name.
The search continues.