Thursday, 22 December 2016

FOUR POST-TERRORIST ABSURDITIES


In the wake of the slaying of the Russian ambassador to Turkey, RamZPaul identifies four post-terrorist absurdities and cliches that generally go unchallenged:

  1. The use of vacuous phrases like "Thoughts and Prayers."
  2. The pretence that we are "shocked" by incredibly common acts of Islamic terrorism.
  3. Muslims claiming that God is "Great," even though he is clearly unable to kill people on His own.
  4. The double standard: If Nazis killed people, would the media and politicians say "Most Nazis are good" and "We're worried about a backlash against Nazis." Probably not.

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