Saturday, January 02, 2016

Looking for contempt in all the wrong places

Anonymous is a fan of "your preferred narrative," and I'm with him on that one.

I'd like to see a list of all the responses of radicalized Muslim populations to radical Islamic propaganda that has been published and emphasized by this "news" organization. So, did they publish any stories about, say, Muslims celebrating any terror attack on the U.S. in any Islamic country--from 9/11 to the present? I'm guessing it's a very short list; in fact I'd guess it's zero (although I am certain they published lots of stories about the Benghazi video and how that is what killed Ambassador Stevens).

But if they get a chance to say "Donald Trump is an extremist," they don't hesitate a moment.

We play a nice game of "all" or "none" here, with not even a hint of acknowledging "predominant." Palestinians or any one with a hint of Islamic belief can kill anyone and we can understand their frustrations; the Israelis fail to fill out paperwork and it's a war crime.

Dratted Trump. If it weren't for him, Obama would win a Nobel Peace Prize for establishing peace in the Middle East.

As The Professor likes to say, they are simply on the other side.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please rewrite for clarity

7:37 AM, January 02, 2016  
Blogger ColumbusGuy said...

This presents an interesting pedagogical question: Do you deserve partial points for having found your contempt?

8:22 AM, January 02, 2016  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please rewrite your comment for clarity.

10:16 AM, January 02, 2016  
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