Bomb Throwing Pacifist

If you took that happy, smiling guy from the box of Quaker Oats, handed him a bottle of gin and a rifle, and pissed him off to a point where he decided he wasn't going to take it anymore, you'd get a little something like this.

Monday, November 06, 2006


Remember back in the fall of 2005, when that one Danish newspaper published cartoons/carricatures of the Prophet Mohammed and the resulting outrage on the part of the Muslim world was matched only by the spittle-flecked insanity which was the right-wing's response to such attempts to impose "dhimmitude" and "political correctness" upon an overly tolerant Western World? Allow me to refresh your memory (It was from Atlas Shrugs 2000. And no, I won't link to that filth here. You will have to take your tour of that particular hellhole unguided, I fear):

But then, the press had no reason to fear the South Vietnamese, the Jews, or the Catholics. And therein lies the explanation of what has happened to the media in the United States.


Where are the worldwide protests? Where are the demonstrations? Where are the marching Jews setting fires to embassies and government buildings? Where are the murdered? Where are the dead? Where are the apologies? Where is the moral indignation? Where is the outrage? *SPIT*

and of course...

Where is the Jewish outrage? Why aren't the Jews pillaging, killing, burning embassies?

The punchline comes from today's eidition of, in an article entitled "Orthodox Jews protest gay pride":

JERUSALEM (AP) -- Israel's attorney general refused to ban a gay pride parade in Jerusalem despite threats of violence from ultra-Orthodox Jews, instructing police and gay activists to try to work out a compromise, the police commander said Sunday[...]

Ultra-Orthodox Jews have rioted in Jerusalem nearly every night over the past week, burning garbage cans, blocking roads and assaulting police officers in an attempt to get the authorities to call off the march, approved months ago by the Supreme Court. Many religious Jews, Muslims and Christians see homosexuality as a sin and the march as an affront to the sanctity of the holy city.

Hey hey, it's good to know that racists and bigots come in every flavor of the ecumenical rainbow.  For the conservative Christian flavor, follow the link.
Marc with a C, 10:37 AM


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