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It’s Never Too Early to Assume the Killer is a Muslim

Wonkette culled some comments from Free Republic. These guys know what religion the killer is. Gotta be Muslim, right?

Nobody knows what’s really going on in Oslo or at the holiday camp island in Norway where a bombing and a shooting have left many people dead, but it’s always safe for American Idiots on the Internet to jump in with a suspect (“Muslims”) and a verdict (“guilty”) and a list of co-conspirators (“Obama and the liberals”) and a punishment (“kill ‘em all”). No matter that a tall blond man of “Norwegian appearance” and wearing a police uniform is described as the shooter on Norway’s Utoya Island — thee muslins are increasingly able to appear as whatever people or things they want to appear as, just like the Cylons or Harry Potter. Here’s what the foreign policy experts at FreeRepublic.com are saying about the attacks right now:

* But thank God we’re safe here in the US with the man-thing Janet Napitalano focusing on “white terrorists” rather than worrying herself about Muslim terrorists. /s

* As tragic as this is, at least when and if we ever get a president who really wants to fight terror, we’ll have reliable allies in the effort.

* Execute everyone involved!

Indeed! Execute all tall blond men of Norwegian appearance.

* “Wipe them out….All of them!”

Insightful tweet:

* RayburnThompson R. Alex Thompson
Dems just blocked a balanced budget, and there’s a terrorist attack in Norway… and #whenblackpeoplegetpaid is the top trending topic?

* This will not stop until a real war on islam begins… and we all know that it is muslim demons that are doing this.
The Norwegians need to round up every Muslim in the country and send them packing, immediately. We need to do the same thing, but of course we never will.

* That’s one thing the appeasers just don’t get. Sure they might not blow you up while you’re slowing giving up your way of life to theirs, but any holdups in that process will poush the warfare from cultural to general violence very quickly. Basically, submit or die. It’s what the islamics say and it’s what anyone with any sense understands. The PC types have no sense.

* That second explosion is a fake.

* Obviously this was retaliation by Islamic terrorists for the publication of cartoons 5, 6, years ago depicting Mohammad. As you can see Muslims never forget an affront… they are still fighting the invading Crusaders from 1500 years ago! We’re fighting this war on terrorism the wrong way. Instead of us just reacting to the threats and spending trillions of dollars in the process, what we need to do is that every time there’s a terrorist bombing we should select a Muslim city, at random, and bomb a few square blocks, equal to the terrorist bombing. That will give them something to think about…!

Haha, yes, the Crusades that began 1500 years ago. Before the birth of Muhammad, apparently.

* Interesting you mentioned them running the drug trade, I see reports the muslims push drugs in many non muslim countries. Interesting for such a devout people but they are victimizing non muslims, so it’s ok. I’ve also read they carry out Hatfield-McCoy type clan killings and wipe out muslim families down to the babies. They decide if you did something “wrong” to their family your whole seed is imperfect and they kill everyone. Meanwhile, we are taught how bad Christians are.

It’s simply beautiful that this commenter doesn’t see the irony of referring to the Hatfield-McCoy feud.

CNN called this a RANDOM act of terror
No. RANDOM would be if they killed Christane Amanpour.

Ugh.

Here’s an AP article about the attacker, which says he was “a right-winger with anti-Muslim views but no known links to hardcore extremists.” Disappointingly but not surprisingly, it does not mention his religion. I’m guessing it’s not Islam.

UPDATE: Let’s preemptively kill/arrest/deport everyone who looks like this? Yeah, that’ll fly.

UPDATE #2: The Guardianhas an article profiling this guy. Guess what! He is a Christian. Shocker.

Another significant event was being baptised into the Protestant church of “his own free will” at the age of 15. More recently, however, he had expressed his disgust at his own church. “Today’s Protestant church is a joke,” he wrote in an online post in 2009. “Priests in jeans who march for Palestine and churches that look like minimalist shopping centres. I am a supporter of an indirect collective conversion of the Protestant church back to the Catholic.”

And for the sake of search engines: Christian terrorism Christian terrorism Christian terrorism.

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Better Know a Christian Terrorist Group II

You may have read about Christian terrorist group leader Robert Sandalo here before, or you read Italian newspapers, or else you’ve never heard of him. Because the media for some reason absolutely will not report on him in English. It’s amazing. Fortunately for me, I have Yahoo and Google alerts and an Italian translator up my sleeve. Here’s the translation of an article I got the other day:

It’s official, the sentence is 8 and a half years in prison for Roberto Angelo Maria Severini, better known as Robert Sandalo, charged, along with Maurizio Peruzzi of having committed, between June 2006 and April 2008, twelve attempts at harming Islamic community sites and places of worship. The court confirmed the sentence for the former terrorist of Prima Linea. Sandalo admits to having founded an organization called the Fighting Christian Front. Following his arrest on 9 April 2008 in the aftermath of two incendiary attempts, one upon the Islamic Cultural Center on Via Quaranta and then against the Segrate Islamic Center, [Sandalo] was booked on the fast track, for carrying weapons of war and the like in a public place, threatening, vandalism, arson, forgery, and robbery, all exacerbated by the attempts having been carried out for racial hatred, as well as repeatedly and within a five year span. Within the justifications of the preliminary sentence emitted on 5 November 2008, the GUP (the Preliminary Hearing Judge) Marco Maria Alma wrote, “Severini essentially professed (luckily without any followers) to be a type of warrior and knight of Christianity against Islam, trying to give vent to such ideology using typically terrorist actions (sometimes striking targets indiscriminately, in relation to their mere religious connotation).” According to Alma, “it is absolutely clear that Severini (and sometimes Peruzzi with him) did not act simply because he was feeling aversion towards Muslims, but because was intending to provoke an action, and potentially, a public reaction towards towards [Muslims].” If the former informant had not plotted to kill using weapons “characterized by their lethality” such as pipebombs and molotov cocktails, his attempts would “have created the risk of possibly tripping some kinf of extremely dangerous short-circuit, with against the Islamic community, reactions that fortunately have not happened, only thanks to the [Muslims] composed conduct. [At that time, last November] the sentence was 9 years and 9 months of imprisonment. Last April 7, the sentence was appealed down to 8 and a half years of prison. The other defendant (Peruzzi) negotiated 4 years.

So he was unsuccessful at killing anyone, unlike the Christian terrorist group terrorizing Uganda, the Lord’s Resistance Army. Between terror groups such as the LRA, which has killed hundreds of thousands, and Uganda’s own government, which is now mulling executing homsexuals, Uganda doesn’t sound like the kind of nice place to live you might expect from a country dominated by Christians. If you were very naive.

I may have to create a new page for keeping track of the Christian terrorist groups out there. Maybe call it “Christterror.”

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Refreshing

I finally found a news outlet that refers to the Lord’s Resistance Army as a Christian extremist group, instead of just glossing over the fact that they are a Christian terrorist group, like every one else does. It’s Middle East Online, which I know nothing about yet.

Notorious Ugandan Christian radicals suspected of committing attacks in Sudan’s Darfur.

KHARTOUM – Uganda’s Christian extremist rebel Lord’s Resistance Army, the feared abductors of children who have spread fear in east-central Africa, are now rumoured to be heading into new terrain in Sudan’s troubled Darfur.

A brutal guerrilla group, whose chief Joseph Kony is wanted by the International Criminal Court, the LRA has already expanded into the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Central African Republic (CAR) and south Sudan.

Earlier this year in south Sudan, LRA men attacked several food aid distribution stations, killed hundreds of civilians and kidnapped children for use as soldiers, forcing thousands of people into Western Equatoria.

Ahh, that’s more like it.

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