Saturday, July 23, 2011

Right-Wing Ratfink Killer Boosts Jihadi Cause

It's looking more and more like the bloody events in Norway are the work of a right-wing nutjob and not jihadis. If so, this Norwegian Timothy McVeigh did the jihadis and their apologists a huge favour. He gave them another kafir to point to when the word "terrorism" is mentioned, enabling people to conclude--inaccurately--that the jihad is no biggie. He provided the ammo dhimmis will use to argue that what's needed is more accommodation, more unfettered immigration from Dar al Islam, more genuflection to the multiculti/diversity bollocks, more acceptance of sharia in the West, because otherwise xenophobes like this dude will go ballistic. The irony here: an anti-multicultist has single-handedly set back his own cause and boosted the one he apparently despised. What a horrible, stupid, short-sighted, bloody brute!

Update: The killer isn't anti-jihad writer "Fjordman," but, oh, how a formerly reputable blogger wishes it were.

Update: Vlad Teppes has screen shots of the killer's facebook page (which has been taken down by facebook). Oddly, the page was set up only five days ago.

Update: Someone added "Christian" and "Conservative" to the killer's facebook page in the past day. The question is: Was it the killer or somebody else?


PersonOfTheBook said...

The kuffar will argue this way, justifying our Western rush to civilizational suicide, however when confronted with an apologist's "argument" of moral equivalence that jihad is no big deal since we are just as bad, we can remind them that there is no equivalence to one event in 16 years since jihad became a problem, since atrocities of this type happen courtesy of Muslims EVERY 8 HOURS, day and night, 24-7-365, endlessly. THAT's perspective.

scaramouche said...

Agreed. Sadly, persepctive is something that in our time is in scant supply.

PersonOfTheBook said...

"If there be time to expose through discussion the falsehood and fallacies, to avert the evil by the process of education, the remedy to be applied is more speech, not enforced silence."

Quote by:

Justice Louis D. Brandeis
(1856-1941) US Supreme Court Justice

Whitney v. California, 1927