Here is an excerpt from foxnews.com about the July 22 Norway shootings:
‘National police chief Sveinung Sponheim told NRK that the suspected gunman’s Internet postings “suggest that he has some political traits directed toward the right, and anti-Muslim views, but whether that was a motivation for the actual act remains to be seen.”
Andersen said the suspect posted on websites with Christian fundamentalist tendencies. He did not describe the websites in any more details.’
What is wrong with this? Well, it was published on an American website on July 23, less than 24 hours after the killings.
And you may say, “So what?”
But here is the question: Since when do media and police release personal information about mass killers in such a short period after the incident? Don’t standard police procedures delay publicizing such information in order to not only confirm it but to avoid divulging crucial information that could lead to others who may be involved in the crime?
Indeed. Except when the police wish to make a political point. And the immediate political point coming out of politically-correct Norway was that A) the killer was not a Muslim terrorist; and B) the killer is a Christian or someone from the political right who is anti-Muslim.
Whatever the case, it is totally unprofessional and very suspicious on the part of the police. Because it is important to remember that even the police in a nation like Norway are generally way over on the political left. And typical worldwide. Our own president Barack Obama refuses to even utter the words “Islamic terrorist” while his Department of Homeland Security secretary Janet Napolitano oversees policies that harass and intimidate white people at airports, like the 95-year old caucasian cancer patient who recently was stripped of her adult diaper for fear that it concealed a weapon.
And while the Norway murders indeed appear to be an anti-Muslim act, an article called Blame Righty by conservative blogger Michelle Malkin at has compiled a long list of acts of violence and vandalism that have been blamed on conservatives but that actually were perpetrated by leftists. One incident was the vandalism against the Democrat party headquarters in Denver in 2008. There are many, many stories like it including the immediate smearing of Sarah Palin as somehow associated with the Tucson killings of January 2011.
On the day of the first Tea Party rallies on April 15, 2009, Democrats sent provocateurs into rallies across the nation trying to stir up trouble. Our rally in Massachusetts was disrupted by a group of black teenagers shouting pro-Obama slogans. They tried to instigate a fight but were unsuccessful.
When Nancy Pelosi was preparing to pass the health-care bill, she marched with a group of black Democrats straight through a group of Tea Partiers opposed to the bill to try and provoke them. Congressman Emanuel Cleaver even claimed that he was called a “nigg**” and was spit on. Yet no evidence – much less proof – has ever been produced that that actually happened. It was all a smear campaign against the Tea Parties.
When Rush Limbaugh was seeking part ownership of a National Football League team, the internet suddenly burst with accusations that Limbaugh once had said that slavery was a good idea. No proof ever has been given, and obviously Limbaugh never said it. But Limbaugh was pushed out of the ownership deal on account of it.
Proof is no longer needed, however. Only the accusation serves the goals of the left, as in the Tucson shootings, which were blamed on anti-government conservatism linked to Sarah Palin but in fact was the work of a stoned-out, Bush-hating nut.
This is how the left operates. Don’t ever consider any devious tactic to be beneath them. Even the 1963 assassination of president John F. (Jack) Kennedy in Dallas has been falsely tied by Kennedy’s nephew to extremist right-wingers, even thought the killer was a committed communist. Here is what Robert F. Kennedy Jr. amazingly wrote on the huffingtonpost.com:
‘The Dallas, Texas, airwaves were particularly radioactive; preachers and political leaders and local businessmen spewed extremist vitriol on the city’s radio and TV stations, inflaming the passions of the city’s legions of unhinged fanatics. There was something about the city — a rage or craziness, that, whether sensible or not, seemed to have set the stage for Jack’s murder. The Voice of America, half an hour after the assassination, described Dallas as “the center of extreme right wing.” The Texas town was such a seething cauldron of right-wing depravity that historian William Manchester portrayed it as recalling the final days of the Weimar Republic.
“Mad things happened,” reported Manchester. “Huge billboards screamed ‘Impeach Earl Warren.'” Jewish stores were smeared with crude swastikas. Fanatical young matrons swayed in public to the chant “Stevenson’s going to die — his heart will stop stop stop and he will burn burn burn!” The mercantile elite that ruled the city carefully cultivated the seeds of hate. Radical-right broadsides were distributed in public schools; the Kennedy name was booed in classrooms; junior executives who refused to attend radical seminars were blackballed and fired.’
Only problem is that JFK was assassinated by an American communist named Lee Harvey Oswald. But even when the history is clear, the left will continue to blame the right. Yet it is the left itself that is inextricably wrapped in a violent ethos – unlimited abortion, Hollywood violence, accommodation of murderous communist regimes, assisted suicide and euthanasia for the elderly, violent environmentalism, Euro riots organized by trade unions etc. RFK Jr. writes:
‘Uncle Jack’s speech in Dallas was to have been an explosive broadside against the right wing. He found Dallas’ streets packed five deep with Kennedy Democrats, but among them were the familiar ornaments of presidential hatred; high-flying confederate flags and hundreds of posters adorning the walls and streets of Dallas showing Jack’s picture inscribed with “Wanted for Treason.” One man held a posterboard saying, “you a traitor [sic].” Other placards accused him of being a communist.’
So then why did JFK ride in an open convertible car if the atmosphere was so charged? Good question. Yet the fact remains that he was killed by a Cuba-loving communist. No, Mr. RFK Jr., no matter how much you vent, you cannot change history.
It is time for conservatives to speak out at every single one of these incidents and to demand the full story. After all, history proves us right most or all of the time. Just look at the use of violent and threatening language in our political discourse and you will notice that it comes almost exclusively from the Democrats and the progressives.
Watch out for the left and the Islamists. Even RFK Jr. is so blinded by political prejudice and rage that he cannot admit who really killed his uncle, or even his own father. Indeed Robert F. Kennedy was murdered in 1968 by a Palestinian named Sirhan Sirhan, not some right-wing Kennedy-hating reactionary.
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