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Some animals are more equal than others

Reader comment on item: [Breivik and] Norway's Terrorism in Context
in response to reader comment: Breivik's actions and Fjordman's worldview

Submitted by James (United Kingdom), Jul 29, 2011 at 19:27

Why blame Fjordman? Breivik makes it clear in his magnus opus of copy & paste, that he had not even heard of Fjordman until he was 6 months into writing that collage. Furthermore, the writing of that collage did not begin until years after he had given up on democracy and decided to pursue the politics of the deed. And in doing so, he was doing what the left-wing and muslims have got away with for years -- namely terrorist actions that the media will do their best to cover up and reason away. I refer you to the years of studies by Europol, which show that year after year the vast majority of terrorist crimes in europe have been performed by the left, and in the 21st century these were supplemented by muslims (whose greatest defenders are also on the left). And in all of this, Breivik may yet be found to be psychotic -- an explanation that the media never even needed to raise in their justifications for hundreds of terrorist events performed by the left and muslims. Following just days after the Breivik outrage, the Norwegian ambassador to Israel still saw fit to justify muslim terrorism -


You would think that with so many self-righteous retards trying to hold Fjordman responsible for Breivik's actions, that the Norwegians would hesitate in their justifications of terrorism against Israel. But I guess those wedded to the "some animals are more equal than others" just can't let go of their hypocrisy. Anyone who wants to hold Fjordman responsible had better be prepared to condemn Mohammed and Islam. After all, the Koran says "I will be made victorious by terror", and numerous injunctions to muslims concering the slaughter of non-muslims. So, by making these comments, you are treading a very dangerous path - we will use your words against you. Every single counter-jihad commentator has denounced Breivik's actions. Yet prominent Liberal muslims showed far less preparedness to denounce the muslims who bombed London's transport system.


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