Listening to politicians and the media turning themselves inside out trying to find the tiniest morsel of evidence that yet a another barbaric and heinous mass killing is not ISIS-related would be faintly funny in different circumstances. As it is the contortions of avoidance they go through are juvenile to say the least and are, more precisely, downright insanely dangerous.
A wolf is a wolf whether he kills on his own or stays close to the pack.
Everything about Nice and Orlando screams Koran-inspired, Muslim-initiated, ISIS-backed, Imam-cheered murder. It’s plainer than the nose on your face but our leaders and the MSM are determined to identify these and other mass killings as those of a deranged idiot uninfluenced by the rantings of the prophet. Before even the stench of drying blood has evaporated all sorts of presidents, prime ministers, commentators and editorials are running the “lone wolf” theme.
It’s strange really because, in the past, with such massacres that might have had even an inkling of a connection to something Christian or right-wing, the very opposite happened. Any tenuous link was promoted gleefully. Remember the Norway butcher Breivik, or earlier Timothy Veigh, even the Jim Jones mass suicides, the Planned Parenthood killings at Colorado Springs, the 1980 Munich murders – in each case the media and our political masters were labelling these as “right-wing” or “Christian fundamentalists” even before the whiff of cordite had dissipated. Read more »