As progressives who care about stuff like, you know, facts and truth and accuracy, I think we should be on the lookout for the newest wanker talking point related to Suaad Hagi Mohamud, as horked up by vile racist and National Post favourite "Raphael Alexander":
... Kenyan officials arrested her after pronouncing her an impostor because she did not look entirely like her passport photograph.
No, "Raphael," that's not what happened. You're forgetting the middle part (emphasis tail-waggingly added):
Mohamud, a Somali-Canadian, was branded an impostor by staff of the Canadian High Commission in Kenya because she did not resemble her passport photograph. Her lips were different from the four-year-old picture, as were her eyeglasses.
In a telephone interview from Nairobi yesterday, Mohamud gave further details of the event that started her ordeal when she tried to board a KLM flight home on May 21 after a three-week visit to Kenya.
A Kenyan KLM employee stopped her. "He told me he could make me miss my flight," she said of the KLM worker, who suggested Mohamud didn't look like her passport photo.
He seemed to be soliciting a bribe, she said, an experience Somali-born Torontonians say is commonplace for them at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
When she didn't pay, a Kenyan immigration official arrested her. Canadian consular officials went along, returning Mohamud to the Kenyans, who threw her in jail on charges of entering Kenya illegally on a passport not her own.
Here's a fun game, kids -- let's be on the lookout for the sudden spate of Blogging Tory-flavoured outrage that claims that Mohamud was arrested by Kenyan officials, with no mention of how Canadian officials played a critical part in all of this.
Won't that be fun? I think it will be hilarious. I'd use the word "entertaining" but, apparently, some truly stupid people would get the wrong idea.