Monday, July 25, 2011
Norway and the Bigot Bastards
As Norway mourns its dead. And sorrow turns to anger.
The right-wing monsters of this world continue to try to turn tragedy into triumph, by blaming Muslims for the massacre.
Or condemning the killer for damaging their bigot cause.
During the hours when I thought that Oslo had been attacked by jihadists, I wept for the city that has been my home for many years. And I hoped Norwegian leaders would respond to this act of violence by taking a more responsible approach to the problems they face in connection with Islam. When it emerged that these acts of terror were the work of a native Norwegian who thought he was striking a blow against jihadism and its enablers, it was immediately clear to me that his violence will deal a heavy blow to an urgent cause.
Great eh? From the man who did more than most to inspire the monster's bloody rampage. Never mind the dead kids, it's all about THEM.
And then there are our own pathetic xenophobes, like the blogger Unambiguously Ambidextrous.
Who after tying himself up in knots concludes...surprise...surprise... that the Mooslims made him do it:
Breivik’s rampage would likely never have taken place if Islamic terrorism wasn’t so ubiquitous. If we didn’t need to breathe that sigh of relief that al-Qaeda didn’t attack Norway, the attack probably wouldn’t have happened at all, since dangerous fanatics in Central Asia wouldn’t have inspired a dangerous fanatic in Norway.
Only to have that steaming turd attract some ghastly flies.
Like this one:
And this one:
The bigot bastards. Now can we call them ROACHES?
Oh well. At least the light of the world is shining on their Roach Motel.
The man accused of the killing spree in Norway was deeply influenced by a small group of American bloggers and writers who have warned for years about the threat from Islam, lacing his 1,500-page manifesto with quotations from them, as well as copying multiple passages from the tract of the Unabomber.
And they can run but they can't hide:
Mr. Spencer wrote on his Web site, jihadwatch.org, that “the blame game” had begun, “as if killing a lot of children aids the defense against the global jihad and Islamic supremacism, or has anything remotely to do with anything we have ever advocated.” He did not mention Mr. Breivik’s voluminous quotations from his writings.
The Gates of Vienna, a blog that ordinarily keeps up a drumbeat of anti-Islamist news and commentary, closed its pages to comments Sunday “due to the unusual situation in which it has recently found itself.”
Yup. Poor decent little Norway will survive. Which more than I can say for the bigots.
For they have been dealt a mighty blow.
It's getting lonely in the Roach Motel.
And their shaming will last FOREVER....