Category Archives: Terrorism

Because They Are the Same

I was looking at a post of mine from earlier last month when I clicked on one of the links I provided.

This is in reference to last month’s shutting down of a Milo Yiannopoulos talk at the Berkley (you may remember these violent a-holes, or at least their grandparents, from the 60’s!) due to Leftist violence and arson.

There is a reason the Left defends Islam at every turn (while simultaneously attacking Christianity at every turn), and there is a reason you can’t yank the word terrorism from their mouths even when they are looking at the same pile of bodies you are.

On a fundamental level the Left and Islam (radical Islam if you need the qualifier) share the same worldview and share the same ethics on action. Thought, and thus speech (or speech thus thought, doesn’t matter) is to be controlled by violence and threats of violence.

Ever noticed how touchy the mobs of Muslim protesters are that swarm into city streets, light fire to American flags, flip and smash and set on fire cars – ever notice how all of this can be instigated at the slightest provocation? Ever notice how the Left defends such violence by blaming it on the people that said or drew or wrote or filmed whatever it was that inflamed these people?

And just as touchy is the Leftist, those indoctrinated, ignorant souls of modern education indoctrination. Taught to express themselves from infancy (no substance just express yourself!) grow up to be giant, unwieldy crybabies urged and groomed in violence and rage. A baby too is quite the violent creature when it doesn’t get its way, it is just too small for its tantrums to inflict any harm.

All those violent protests are organized, all such things are organized to some degree.

Who is organizing ours? Who are the Left’s organizers?

The Left, and they have proven this especially since the election, believes in the efficacy of terrorism.


John Scalzi is Your Typical Progressive

I said in an earlier post that I didn’t care what John Scalzi thought, but I have changed my mind. The man wields wide hips in the science fiction arena at the moment. And, judging from his blog, has a small mass of people that worship his every righteous word. If you do not, you will find yourself deleted it quick order if your comment is “wrong-think”. Didn’t happen to me (I know better than to go into a cage like that) but he leaves the empty husks of those that offend the high religion of progressivism – or Islam.

His response to the Paris attacks has been singular – yell and rave about ignorant, bigoted Americans. The man has few¬†tactics, subterfuge, insult and feigned embarrassment for one’s fellow countrymen. I completely disagree with almost everything that comes out of this man’s mouth (as I do with most liberals – and if there is a single, defining characteristic to Mr. Scalzi, it is that he is a liberal through and through) but somehow I don’t get that adolescent self-consciousness that asks, “what are others going to think of me because of X’s actions?”

Just consider the title of his latest piece of hate (note – hating is fine among progressives, it all depends on the target)

Frightened, Ignorant and Cowardly is No Way to Go Through Life, Son

Condescension and insult at the same time, right out the gate. As if he is a wise old man and not some geek who writes space yarns and plays video games and is not pre-occupied by the question: is the new Star Wars going to rock or suck?

Frightened? Why shouldn’t people be frightened? I think they very well should be, as Scalzi lands his fourth insult 6 words into the body of his post, bedwetting, over this. Muslims? No problem! Remember this, I’ll show you the subterfuge shortly.

Paris is one of the major cities of Western civilization. I just had two of my friends there a month ago. It is not ignorance that is causing the “bedwetting” it is knowledge. It is that person who is not sticking their head in the sand. Now said person with head not in sand may not articulate his knowledge nor vet his fear as we all would like, but Continue reading