Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Um ... what?


Can anyone make sense of this idiocy?

8 comments:

Lindsay Stewart said...

the gist of that appears to be: yeah so some crazy christians that are like, totally not like the rest of us christians are busted on conspiracy charges and stuff but that's really funny because after all MUSLIMS!!!! so they prolly din't do it neither too. so there.

Romantic Heretic said...

When Muslims are terrorists it's bad. When Christians are terrorists it's good.

CC said...

No, RH ... when Christians are terrorists, then they aren't true Christians.

Maybe they're Scotsmen, though.

Kelseigh said...

Oh, you laugh now...

Lindsay Stewart said...

kelseigh, how very canadian (beg pardon, how very cape bretony) to have a pint of beer at the top of the militia's coat of arms.

Southern Quebec said...

I don't think you can be a terrorist if you are a Christian. Timothy McVeigh, for some absurd reason, is never called a terrorist. Ever. Just an angry white man who was mad at the government and blew up a building...and some people died.

jkg said...
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jkg said...

Seriously, that entire article sounded like college freshman's first attempt at a political science essay. It was incoherent and worst of all, blatantly ignorant. Right versus Left wing anarchists? Yes, what a wonderful explanation; too bad it leaves out, oh I don't know, practically any modicum of serious scholarly understanding. I am sure Chomsky would love to be informed that he just "wants the government to be around" and eliminate people they blame.

How wonderfully contradictory: These groups are Right wing, but they are indiscriminate. Therefore, they cannot be terrorists, targeting for political reasons, even though they are Right Wing.

Chalk this up to another episode of 'Adventures of Faulty Over- Generalizations and False Equivalencies."