As an example of callous brutality and gimlet-eyed hatred, the latest take on the Norway killings by American ‘counter-jihadist’ Pamela Geller takes some beating. According to Geller, the Labour Party summer camp at Utoeya was in fact an ‘anti-semitic indoctrination centre.’
How does she know this? Because one of the survivors of the massacre told ABC news immediately afterwards how ‘Some of my friends tried to stop him [Breivik] by talking to him. Many people thought that it was a test …comparing it to how it is to live in Gaza.’ Well that proves it, doesn’t it? But in case there was any doubt, Geller reports a visit to Utoeya by the Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Store, who told the assembled youth that the Palestinians ‘must have their own state, the occupation must end, the wall must be demolished and it must happen now.’
Still uncertain about the dark purpose behind this seemingly innocent island, you skeptics? Geller has definitive proof, in the form of a photograph of smiling youths in a boat with Palestinian flags and banners calling for the defeat of the Gaza blockade. All of which demonstrates that ‘ Glenn Beck was not that far off when he compared it to the Hitlerjugend or Young Pioneers.’
No he really wasn’t, was he? And all this kinda puts Anders Breivik’s decision to massacre these kids in perspective don’t you think? You don’t? Well consider what Auntie Pamela has to tell y’all
The day before the shooting, a pro-Palestinian rally was held.
So there you have it. Quid pro quo. But don’t you go thinking that Pam approves of what Breivik did. She makes it clear that she doesn’t, telling us that
Do you see now readers? There is no justification for Breivik’s actions, but then Norway is antisemitic and demonises Israel, so maybe in fact there is some justification after all. And if Geller approves of violence as self-defence, and if the pretend summer campers were really brainwashed communist kids playing anti-semitic ‘wargames’, and if Breivik was responding to an act of cultural aggression/betrayal (something he himself argued), then doesn’t that mean that his actions were legitimate?
Far be it from a genocidal leftist like me to jump to the conclusions of the malevolent media. But then why did Geller’s photograph of the youth gathering at Utoeya originally contain the caption ‘Note the faces which are more MIddle [sic] Eastern or mixed than pure Norwegian’ – a caption that has since been removed? What exactly was her point here?
And just in case any of you were still so disturbed or distracted by the mass slaughter of teenagers on Utoeya that you were in danger of taking your eye off the ball, Geller reminds us where the real danger lies
One has to wonder about the timing.
One really does. And one also has to wonder why this ridiculous and utterly marginal Muslims Against Crusades outfit does anything at all, or what its yellow posters were intended to achieve except to reflect back and magnify the fantasies of bigots like Geller and the EDL. But what one really has to wonder about is the hypocrisy, the glib illogic and underlying savagery of the Queen of the counter-jihadists and her fellow ‘freedom-fighters’, who claim that they wish to save civilisation, even as they sink deeper and deeper into their own dank swamp.
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