Sunday, September 28, 2014


Fearing Islam

(Besides Muslums?)

In Moore, Oklahoma a Muslim convert shouting Islamic utterances, on a rampage following getting fired, expressed his displeasure by beheading an innocent woman in a meatpacking plant.

This wasn’t Jihadi John in Syria, or south of the border where drug cartels remove heads with great regularity; this took place late afternoon in Oklahoma.

"When your Lord revealed to the angels: I am with you, therefore make firm those who believe. I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them." (Quran 8:12)
And as shocking as a woman being beheaded in broad daylight is, what’s more horrifying is the fact that after she arrived in the morning in one piece and left in the afternoon zipped into a body bag, as usual the politically correct types seem to be more concerned with protecting Muslim sensibilities than acknowledging bloody jihad.

After reporting about the Oklahoma decapitation, some news reporters are taking time to reassure Americans that even though beheading is done in the name of Islam, beheading isn’t something all Muslims do.
By and large, the same people calling blatant terrorism “workplace violence” are the ones who insist that a black youth being shot by a cop after robbing a convenience store is usually “racism.”   [Full Barf]


In 12010, Matt Stone, a South Park creator, explained why Comedy Central edited Muhammad out of an episode. The network claimed the reason was "because they're religiously tolerant."  (This,  from a group that then aired an episode showing the "Virgin Mary statue bleeding through a hole, its "ass... ")

"No you're not," Stone retorted. "You're afraid of getting blown up. That's what you're afraid of. Comedy Central copped to that, you know: 'We're afraid of getting blown up.'"

So there you have it.  If Christians start crucifying these people, for example; or tar and feathering liberal media stooges, guess what?  I'm not proposing that; I'm just saying ... . If they have to fear something other than the disapprobation of  their (similarly cowed, or ignorant) workplace fellows, they might decide to  man-up and do the right thing. Chop Chop