Final week, a development employee named ‘Paulie’ and a few of his co-workers confronted a man who was tearing down posters of Israelis who went lacking after the Hamas assaults on October seventh.
This week, somebody tracked Paulie all the way down to thank him for standing up and talking out.
Paulie’s response was superior. He mentioned that he’s only a common man and never a hero. He additionally mentioned that extra individuals have to do what he did.
The Toronto Sun reviews:
A few of the children — and adults — are discovering there are real-world penalties for defiling posters, screaming, “loss of life to Israel,” anti-Semitic rhetoric and making an attempt to intimidate individuals who occur to disagree with you.
As a substitute, what we have to do, the pinheads on the Ivy League campus really need us to “recontextualize” the Oct. 7 Hamas horror assaults. And — get this — they’re calling on directors to guard them from “disturbing reverberations” on campus.
This week, a videographer caught as much as Paulie.
“I’m not a celebrity, I’m only a common man who didn’t like what I noticed and it shouldn’t be celebrated what I did … it ought to be regular,” Paulie mentioned.
“Everybody ought to react like that. This shouldn’t be a information story as a result of somebody doesn’t like posters of murdered kids and kidnapped kids being taken down.”
He added: “This ought to be the norm, not the exception. That man was the one ought to be the exception. That’s it.”
Right here is the video:
Friday’s hero – the development employee who obtained within the face of the animal ripping down hostage posters in Queens:
“I am only a common man who did not like what I noticed. It should not be celebrated, what I did, it ought to be regular. Each one ought to react like that. It should not be a… https://t.co/KdinDp6SbT pic.twitter.com/gGCuzftx4n
— The Meturgeman (@HaMeturgeman) November 1, 2023
America wants extra males like Paulie. Much more. He’s a hero, whether or not he is aware of it or not.