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Absurd to blame someone who re-blogs news reports

Reader comment on item: The Left Distorts Breivik's Mental World

Submitted by JT (United Kingdom), Aug 30, 2012 at 16:52

It's so absurd to blame Breivik's hostility against Muslim migrants on Geller/Spencer, when he lives in a country where 90% of all rapes are committed by a mere 2% muslim population. Surely the rapid transformation of his society, created by the left wing socialists, are a far greater reason for his feelings.

In addition, Geller and Spencer's blogs re-blog media reports. So if they consider these re-blogs as responsible for Breivik's actions - why don't they blame the media ?

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