Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Down with Islamophobia!

Islamophobia is promoted in the mainstream media to create general hatred of Muslims in order to make it easier for Jews to kill people and steal land in the Middle East.  Full stop.  It is a conspiracy to fool and deceive us so that evil may be done, unhindered.  That is all you need to know about it.

"From Pamela Geller to Anders Behring Breivik — how Islamophobia turned deadly in Norway" by Paul Woodward.

"It’s the Zionism, Stupid"

"Exploiting a tragedy (updated)"

The mechanics of the conspiracy:  "How a clueless "terrorism expert" set media suspicion on Muslims after Oslo horror"

"Gilad Atzmon: Massacre in Norway-- More About the Jewish Right Wing Connection":
". . . the message should be urgent and clear to all of us: police, intelligence and home security services around the world must surely investigate, and clampdown on these hate inspiring outlets, immediately. Their motivations, aims and activities must be brought under scrutiny and questioned. For the sake of peace and our general safety, law makers in Europe and America had better quickly put into place the necessary measures to restrain the activity of these Zionist warmongers in our midst." 
Note the argument of the concentration camp guard, essentially, since we lie to you on this subject constantly, it is not unreasonable for us to lie to you about Norway.  Actually, radical Islam was very far down the list of likely suspects, which explains the strained arguments made by the Islamophobe conspirators (one of which was that radical Muslims attacked Norway because it was such a surprising place for them to attack!).  By the way, if the Washington Post had even a smidgen of integrity, it would have already fired Jennifer Rubin.

On the preposterous idea that it was reasonable to jump to judgment and declare the attack in Norway an attack by radical Islam:  "Missing the (real) warning signs".  The obvious culprits are radical right-wingers, both in the United States and Europe.
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