My analysis of the Olso terrorist. I also make the point that he is not just anti-Islam but anti-Muslim. There is a difference.
Analyzing the Motives of the Oslo Terrorist
To associate Breiviks actions with Tea Party values, conservatism, or pro-American or pro-Western values is completely dishonest. If anything, his views are reminiscent of past European dictators. Like Hitler, he favors nationalism. Like Mussolini, who advanced fascism, he favors a totalitarian state.
A quick and short article I wrote with a simple message: “What could be is possible, if not for the ideas that hold it back.”
What Could Be
I had a dream last night. Human rights were respected in the Middle East; Africa was a robust civilization; and racism was a thing of the past.
Well, now that we know that Al Qaeda is racist against African Americans, we can all agree they are evil. And not that Al Qaeda kills African Americans, along with every other person deemed an infidel, but that Al Qaeda doesn’t value the life of other African American terrorists.
“Additionally, U.S. intelligence has indicated that al Qaeda leadership specifically targets and recruits black Africans to become suicide bombers because they believe that poor economic and social conditions make them more susceptible to recruitment than Arabs,” the official said. “Al Qaeda recruits have said that al Qaeda is racist against black members from West Africa because they are only used in lower level operations.”
“In short,” the official said, “al Qaeda is a racist organization that treats black Africans like cannon fodder and does not value human life.”
I read something interesting about a week ago. Companies that are willing to praise their employees have less reports among employees of feelings of bias against gender or race. I believe this is because companies that don’t give out praise (or promote fairly or keep dead wood) make employees feel unappreciated. Based on this, some people interpret it as a bias against their gender or race. But what the employees don’t realize is the company treats everyone poorly.
Similarly, Al Qaeda doesn’t value the life of anyone–inside of their organization or out, black or white–not just African Americans.
But, seriously, someone must get on the social justice problem of racism within the ranks of suicide bombers!
It comes of little surprise to me that the NAACP decided to pass a resolution denouncing portions of the Tea Party as “racist.” This has long been a thug tactic of the left. When their policies cannot stand up to logic or reason, they resort to calling the person a racist.
I went to the NAACP website to see what specifically constitutes “racism.” It seems any reference to the words “white” or “black” or using any popular black actor to make a joke constitutes “racism.” Here is one of the oh so awful racist signs:
Sorry, not seeing the racism.
What is racist about this? Does the NAACP own a monopoly on accusations of slavery? Although I take exception to the notion it is “white” slavery. It would be slavery of every American taxpayer.
Finally, they show signs of comparing Obama to Hilter as “racist”:
Except that the left did this for at least 4 years when Bush was president. Where was the resolution then?
The cries of racism are getting old, and I believe most of America are on to them. It is like the boy who cried wolf. At first, everyone believed you, but more and more …. it is falling on deaf ears.
Today, I had the rare opportunity to watch The View. The overall experience was miserable. I don’t understand why 4 women talking to each other can’t be respectful and not constantly interrupt each other. Anyway, they played the audio tape of Mel Gibson berating his wife–which included telling her he hope she gets raped and doesn’t love her. I used to think that Mel’s rants were unusual flare-ups from an otherwise decent guy while drunk. Not anymore. To say those kinds of things to a woman who is supposedly the love of his life is totally inexcusable.
What I found interesting is that Whoopi Goldberg came to his defense! She called him a “butthead” (euphemism) but said she did not believe he was racist.
Later, I watched Glenn Beck, who outright came out and called Mel Gibson a racist. Quite the difference!