C.J. Werleman, a self-proclaimed “internationally renowned journalist,” is better known for spewing hatred against Hindus on social media. A recent tweet by him is all one needs to know about how he operates.
On August 7, this news item appeared in an Albuquerque, NM, paper:
“Police in New Mexico on Sunday asked for the public’s help in locating a “vehicle of interest” in their probe of four fatal shootings of Muslim men whose slayings in Albuquerque over the past nine months are believed by investigators to be related”
Two days later, the police arrested and charged a refugee from Afghanistan, himself a Muslim, with two of the slaying and identified him as a prime suspect in the other killings. Meanwhile, Werleman, always on the lookout for opportunities to spread hate against the Hindu community, shoots out the following tweet:
“Muslims, particularly Pakistani Muslims, are being targeted for assassinations in New Mexico. The perpetrator is most likely a white supremacist but would not be surprised if we learn he/she is a Hindu nationalist.”
How does one come up with something like that, and for what reason? We do not have answers to these questions, but a brief look at his social media regurgitations exposes him as a confirmed apologist for the Islamic terrorist groups. To wit:
“ISIS totally promises a better-quality life. They offer employment and security.”
“I have just learned that my friend @toxaidworker, a British Muslim aid worker, has been arrested by the fmr Al Qaeda affiliate in Syria on bogus charges.” His so-called “British Muslim aid worker” happened to be UK designated terrorist – a minor detail!
Werleman’s sympathies for the Islamic terror groups were so well-known that the media spokesman for Al Qaeda in Syria personally approached him to thank him for his pro-Jihadist writings on the war in Syria.
HinduPACT, in a series of Tweets and a television interview, has done a good job of exposing where this person is coming from and what his real agenda is. Rather than repeat them all here, we will direct the reader to visit the source for more details.