October 1, 2007
ABC Equates Christianity with 9/11
Rosie O'Donnell isn't the only one in the media so profoundly deranged as to equate Christianity with its opposite, Islam. NewsBusters reports that ABC's Good Morning American ran a segment promoting atheism in which they mixed images of the World Trade Center in flames with a presumably Christian man holding up a sign reading "One Nation Under God." ABC's Liz Marlantes drove their demented point home:
Some are reacting to religious extremism, like the Islamic fundamentalism behind the terrorist attacks of 9-11, but also the rise of the Christian right in the U.S.
By placing them together, ABC ham-handedly attempts to use the Muslim atrocities of 9/11 as propaganda against the very light that has historically held the darkness of Islam back: Christianity. According to the view it attempts to plant in the minds of its audience, holding up a sign with a phrase from the Pledge of Allegiance is the equivalent of flying passenger planes into skyscrapers full of people.
Apparently the liberals running the dinosaur media are coming to the conclusion that having lost all credibility among anyone but moonbats, they no longer need to restrain themselves from indulging their wicked ideology to its most cartoonish extremes.
|ABC's moonbat math.|
On a tip from Cheetah.
Posted by Van Helsing at October 1, 2007 8:05 AM
What a bunch of bigoted jerks.
Posted by: Adam at October 1, 2007 8:27 AM
The elite media have rather simplistic view of Christianity; if you're not an elightened agnostic, you must be a snake-handler.
Posted by: V the K at October 1, 2007 9:22 AM
They'll be pining for the Christian majority if the Islamists ever get their way.
Posted by: Pam at October 1, 2007 9:22 AM
It is hard to take serious a group of people who see Pat Robertson on the same level as Osama Bin Laden. As a Christian I will gladly accept the responsibility for every person killed in the name of God if this moonbat Atheist will accept the body count for every person killed in the name of the state under atheistic leadership. I don't think they want to lay claim to those numbers.
Posted by: Robert Mahoney at October 1, 2007 11:44 AM
The next time you go through security at an airport, ask yourself why you have to show your ID at least twice, put small bottles of liquid in a quart-size bag, remove every bit of metal from your body and place the whole lot in a plastic container, remove your belt and shoes, take your computer out of its bag and place it into a plastic container, undergo a near-strip search if one of the metal detectors goes off, be subjected to a forensic analysis of your carry-on bag due to a random call out.
Is it because TSA suspects that Bible-toting, fundamentalist Christians might hijack the plane or that a group of Islamic extremists who have just prayed to Allah might do it?
Posted by: Robert Mahoney at October 1, 2007 11:48 AM
Robert Spencer highlights the absurdity of the near paranoia of liberal, leftist, anti-Christian pundits by recounting a story from February 2006 when he and Dr. Andrew Bostom were engaged in “an animated conversation with a liberal writer from New York who is well acquainted with Islamic terror” and now resides in the Netherlands. She “insisted that Christian fundamentalism was just as dangerous as the Islamic variety, and that equal attention should be devoted to defeating both.” As the conversation was winding down and it was nearing dusk, she told Spencer and Bostom “that she had to be going, as she was on a bicycle and couldn’t be out after dark, or she risked being attacked. ‘Who is going to attack you?’ asked Dr. Bostom. ‘Christian fundamentalists?’”
Of course, she had no such fear from Christians. It wasn’t a Christian who shot Theo van Gogh eight times while he was bicycling to work in Amsterdam on November 2, 2004. It wasn’t a Christian who then cut van Gogh’s throat, nearly decapitating him, and stabbed him in the chest with two knives and left them implanted with a five-page note attached. It wasn’t a Christian who wrote the note threatening Western governments, Jews, and former Muslim Ayaan Hirsi Ali who has been in hiding ever since.
Posted by: Robert Mahoney at October 1, 2007 11:51 AM
Christians are easier targets for Liberals; we are far less likely to hurt them, Muslims would (at best) beat the snot out of them!
Posted by: KHarn at October 1, 2007 5:08 PM
This is a long-standing feel-good excercise for "Liberals"; they like to present themselves as brave revolutionaries who are standing against some evil onslaught. This is why we see program after program on Hitler, Nazis, the Klan, et al, and almost nothing concerning the vast massacres resulting from Islam, Communism, African civil wars...expositions on the latter groups are just not "chic" (after all, we are told, Chairman Mao was an Agrarian Reformer). And, even though they won't admit this, they are just plain afraid.
Posted by: Toa at October 1, 2007 6:26 PM
Everytime I hear or read of someone equating Muslim terrorists or atheist regimes with so-called "right-wing Christians", there's absolutely no documentation to back this slander. None. By definition, I'm a "right-wing Christian", yet I've never beaten anyone up much less shot or decapitated them for disagreeing with me. Look at Myanmar (Burma) RIGHT NOW. Are those Christians slaughtering pacifist Buddhist monks and tossing their bodies into the forests? No, the killers are SOCIALISTS/Communists. I don't see too much of this getting aired right now do you? Where is the outrage?
BTW, Hilter and his boys were not Christians. He and his cronies were avid disciples of the new ager & theosophist Madame Blavatsky (hereafter, Madame Bullshitsky or Madame Blasphemy if you will). The swastika (a lucky symbol in Hinduism) was adopted by the Nazis in part on the basis of all this unchristian nonsense. I'm reasonably certain most folks are rather ignorant of all this, so suggest they do some digging. I've read 2 of Blavatsky's books so no, I'm not googling for my research or relying on Wikipedia.
Posted by: fellowes at October 1, 2007 9:20 PM
Michael Ramirez cartoon.
Posted by: Scott at October 2, 2007 12:10 AM
Thanks Scott...like your blog also. Excellent arguments.
Posted by: fellowes at October 2, 2007 4:56 AM
Toa...you're right...most programming focuses on the fascist or right-wing vs. the left. Amazing how that happened eh?
Posted by: fellowes at October 2, 2007 9:42 PM