Israel: Whore Faces Jail After Leaving Baby in the Bath to Drown While She Checked Facebook

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
December 31, 2018

Women are incredibly good at multitasking. Just take a look at everything they’ve accomplished so far in the history of the planet.

Daily Mail:

Mother, 23, is facing jail as police probe whether she was checking Facebook before her six-month-old baby drowned in the bath.

Kayla Lynton, 23, was arrested in Tel Aviv and police are said to be looking at her phone and a ‘ten minute window’ in which Naomi is thought to have drowned.

Mrs Lynton, who is married to British recruitment worker Ilan Lynton, is now on a 2,000-shekel (£420) surety bond while she waits to hear if she’ll be indicted and is said to be ‘devastated.’

I’m sure the idea of going to jail is devastating for her, no doubts about that.

Mrs Lynton is believed to have said she’d left the baby to go to the toilet, however reports have also said that as part of the police probe into the time leading up to her child’s death officers are also looking at any possible mobile phone use.

If her alibi is that she left her baby to go to the toilet, where was she bathing her baby? How many bathrooms does she have?

Her husband confirmed to the Mirror that police have taken her phone and are looking at whether she was on social media apps at the time.

They really want to patrol this THOT, huh?

Her lawyer, Ofer Bartal, reportedly said she tried to resuscitate her six-month-old daughter and they are now waiting to hear whether Tel Aviv police will indict her.

He explained that the most severe potential offence that she could be charged with could come with a nine-year prison sentence.

Why not six million minutes instead? They could set up a digital counter in the cell or something. Jews really have to step up their sentencing game.

Note: Six million minutes would be about eleven and a half years.

Mr Lynton moved to Israel from Shoreditch, East London, more than five years ago and the couple also have a two-year-old daughter called Elizabeth.

Huh.

Do you believe she was checking Facebook? Maybe she just wanted to kill her baby to have more time to whore around. Imagine thinking some menial thing in Facebook is more deserving of your attention than your own baby taking a bath.

What is going on with people and social media, really?

This “always connected, always available” thing is quite scary. People are always on their phones, always looking at those little portable screen-portals to Jewish-conditioning “Social Media” land and can’t really let go of the devices. It’s not uncommon for people to have dinner while everyone at the table is on their phones.

Also not uncommon for people to take their phones with them to the bathroom.

When people finally feel they had enough of phone-land, the notifications pull them back in again. Full-on Pavlovian conditioning.

Even little ones are already tied to their own surveillance devices.

But that’s good, right? It means we’re really progressing as a society. This is evolution.

In the old days, only adults enjoyed ads and most ads required you to know how to read. That was very elitist and bigoted.

What we have now allows toddlers to enjoy high-quality ads and social engineering specifically targeted and youngsters, which increases inclusion and diversity.

…and as we all know, inclusion and diversity are good things

See? He’s happy!

Smartphones are a dream come true for intelligence agencies. They have everything they need to track you and to know everything about you, even your most intimate secrets. The thing is always on — even if you turned it off — thanks to its non-removable batteries, it has a microphone, multiple cameras, GPS and all kinds of tools to collect information about you and what you do, access to all of your data and internet access to send it all back to headquarters.

But don’t worry, they use all of that to sell you stuff in a more efficient manner, with targeted ads calibrated for your psychological profile.

Can you blame people addicted to their smartphones?

After all, they have the entire world at their fingertips. Why would they care about their stupid babies or about anything actually happening around them?

You have to be in control. Mobile stuff is designed to make you addicted. Don’t fall for it.

Use it if you want or need to, but don’t let it use you.

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