Sunday, 24 July 2011

They call it the balance...

... I call it hypocritical bullshit.

And after yesterday’s BBC website’s uncritical acceptance of the branding of alleged killer Anders Behring Breivik as a “Christian fundamentalist” by deputy police chief Roger Andresen, we have a report via Quiet Man in a comment at Orphans of Liberty the interesting Jihad Watch snippet that shortly after his name was released as the killer, his English language Facebook page was amended to add “Christian” and “conservative”. Whatever prompted the policeman to add the adjective '"fundamentalist"? Could it be The Narrative workingt its undiverse ideological charm once more?

Go and look at the screenshot because the page is now off Facebook. What circumstances explain an accused terrorist adding those adjectives to his Facebook page after be became a notorious killer, I wonder?

Needless to say, the BBC does not know about this interestingly-timed edit perhaps because it doesn’t fit the narrative of the incident being both genuine and inherent in Norway’s (and by extension the Jedeo-Christian West’s) political make-up.
They even go into detail about his – quite correct – belief that some Muslims are trying to "colonise" Western Europe and that he blames multiculturalism and "cultural Marxism" for permitting this.

So everybody who believes that stuff is likely to be a killer, do you think? Perhaps you should.

They are, as predicted by moi, making Left-wing hay as the sun shines and we have to fight back confidently. Even if he is a Christian and a conservative and has been for ages or during a sudden conversion, everything he seems to have done goes against all mainstream Christianity and much of what minority Christian groups believe (look, the slaughter of the innocents was WRONG, okay?), is utterly inexcusable, and it’s hard to see what conservative thinker or modern-day politician would ever condone massacring children and teenagers.

He’s the only one. In ten years sonce 9/11, this is it. Almost all the other religiously inspired terrorism is from Islam. The resistance to the caliphate goes on.


Does anyone out there have links to other Christian, Jewish, Sikh or Hindu international terrorism? I know there is one gruesome nationwide violent Hindu group that strangely doesn’t operate in the Middle East, Europe, America, Australia or the Pacific, but is there much else do you think?

Picture from here.


WomanHonorThyself said...

hello my friend..the libtards are having a field day with this..all of a sudden Christians are the modern day terrorists...sick.

James Higham said...

Luikkerland had the definitive answer to this - there is no sliding scale in Christianity. One is or one isn't although many claim to be.

This nutter clearly is not.


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