It’s IslamoNazi Ideology, Stupid

ISIS IslamoNazis murder a gay man by throwing him off a roof.

ISIS IslamoNazis murder a gay man by throwing him off a roof.

I heard about the Orando massacre in synagogue during the holiday of Shavuot. A friend said: “You watch, they’ll blame it on Israel.”

I said: “They’ll blame it on guns.”

Which is exactly what Obama did in his clueless statement about the slaughter. According to the religion of leftism, a gun walked into a gay club and opened fire. Apparently, the gun also yelled “Allahu Akhbar.”

You see where I’m going with this. The very notion of “gun violence” is a perversion of morality. When leftists mindlessly talk about gun violence they remove human agency. They disappear the evil ideology that is the source of terror. They make believe that radical Islam does not exist. They demonize a hunk of inanimate steel.

Does anyone say “Zyklon B violence” when they talk about the Nazi gas chambers?

Of course not. Because it was evil men who dropped the poison pellets thereby murdering millions of innocent Jews.

Obama demonizes guns even as he’s surrounded by dozens of secret service agents who are armed with guns.

France has very stringent gun laws, and yet, what a shock, IslamoNazis used guns to slaughter dozens of innocent souls.

Obama piously lectures that this “hate crime” is a perversion of Islam.

Again, this is a fantasy.

Violent jihad is an orthodoxy of Islam that is accepted both actively and passively by millions upon millions of Muslims.

In Iran, Obama's latest BFF, they hang gays in public from cranes.

In Iran, Obama’s latest BFF, they hang gays in public from cranes.

Part of Islamic jihad is the requirement to murder gay people.

Gays are targeted for death in the Muslim world. Thus, it’s no surprise that an American jihadist, whose father is a spokesman for the Taliban, and who worshipped at a radical American-hating mosque, should decide to murder as many gays as possible.

The only place in the Middle East that is safe for gays is, you guessed it, Israel.

Because Pulse had a liquor license, this gay club was a gun free zone. Hence, the perfect soft target.

Imagine if just one trained man or woman in Pulse was armed.

Imagine if five or six were armed.

Seraphic Secret urges the gay community to take a serious look at their security situations. Do not look for protection to a servile government that has submitted to radical Islam. Arm yourselves. Take lessons in gun safety. And be aware that you, like Jews and Christians, have been targeted for extinction by radical Islam.


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  1. David Foster
    Posted June 15, 2016 at 7:42 am | Permalink

    Poul Anderson wrote a great SF story, ‘a Chapter of Revelation’, centering on the way that a major unexpected event can cause people to….reinforce and reaffirm whatever beliefs they already had, regardless of how irrelevant these beliefs are to the actual event. It is very relevant to what’s going on re Orlando.

    The Perfect Enemy

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  2. serene
    Posted June 15, 2016 at 5:03 am | Permalink

    (To clarify: I don’t think he targeted Pulse because they were gay and that insulted his Islamic beliefs, I think that was just icing on the cake. The basic motivation was to kill Americans, not to kill gay people.)

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  3. serene
    Posted June 15, 2016 at 4:06 am | Permalink

    Your advice to the gay community may be correct, but it seems to me that Pulse’s identity as a gay bar is the MacGuffin here, a politically correct distraction from the actual intention of the killer. Mateen, a radical Islamist, did not want to kill gay people because he was conflicted about his sexuality; he wanted to kill Americans because he was clear about his political and ideological loyalty, which was to Islam.

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    • pkoning
      Posted June 20, 2016 at 10:10 am | Permalink

      Hm, “reply” isn’t working (I get to post a new message rather than a reply to an existing one). Anyway, two points.
      On “serene” who suggests it wasn’t the gay nature of the club, I agree that this is possible. I don’t see that it’s likely. It doesn’t have the PC feel to it in my view. I suppose a positive conclusion one way or the other will depend on disclosure of the terrorist’s words, if that ever happens.
      On “eyawitz” and the hypocrisy of politicians with armed guards… Anti-gun politicians are pushing for a “no fly no gun” rule even though the terrorist wasn’t on any no-fly list. They are pushing for “if you’re under FBI investigation, no gun” rule, even though he wasn’t under FBI investigation. They may push for smaller magazines, even though he clearly reloaded a number of times and wasn’t stopped at that point. They haven’t yet said “guns only for trained professionals” — but that normally includes security guards because millionaire liberals want their guards, and as we know the terrorist was a licensed security guard.
      Some time ago I proposed an “Equal Protection Amendment” to stop politicians hiding behind armed guards while denying safety to everyone else:

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  4. eyawitz
    Posted June 15, 2016 at 12:49 am | Permalink

    Obama demonizes guns even as he’s surrounded by dozens of secret service agents who are armed with guns.

    The first step in putting a leash on runaway government would be to remove all protection (Secret Service, etc.) from politicians. Maybe we should even forbid them from carrying weapons or hiring bodyguards. They should be the most terrified people in the society; maybe then they will consider doing their job as our employees rather than seeing themselves as our masters.

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  5. roylofquist
    Posted June 14, 2016 at 10:34 pm | Permalink

    Trump won the election today. While Hillary and Barack did their stock routines of homely homilies Trump said

    ‘The days of deadly ignorance will end, and they will end soon’

    Mic drop. Nothing left to do except shoot the survivors.

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  6. STW
    Posted June 14, 2016 at 1:54 pm | Permalink

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  7. mdw3006
    Posted June 14, 2016 at 9:12 am | Permalink

    Islamic jihadi killings

    The problem isn’t guns. It’s fundamental Islamic teachings. They teach and preach to kill. Not how to kill. But whom to kill. And they have done it for 1500 years. They did it with rocks. They did it with knives. They did it with swords. They do it with bombs, planes, cars and guns. The sword is on their flag. Stop trying to limit the method they use. They will always have new and different methods to kill. Instead focus on the teachings to kill and subjugate. Change the mantra. Change the lessons. Change the book that teaches the violence. And if you can’t do that because of the first amendment, then limiting the second amendment won’t help. The problem with freedom is that the pen is mightier than the sword. The Islamic doctrine is driving the killing. Not the sword, the knife, the stones, the bomb or the gun. Change the doctrine

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    • kishke
      Posted June 14, 2016 at 12:04 pm | Permalink

      Good idea. But until you manage to change the doctrine, can we please stop importing these awful people? And can we deport the non-citizens currently in-country. Doing that is a heck of a lot easier than changing Muslim doctrine, and will certainly save lives.

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