Hate in a cold climate

And here we go.
“At Utoeya, the water is still being searched for more victims,” deputy police chief Roger Andresen told reporters.
“We have no more information than… what has been found on [his] own websites, which is that it goes towards the right and that it is, so to speak, Christian fundamentalist.”
It’s still only Saturday morning as I start writing this so the truth behind the awful facts of this unforgivable slaughter is by no means clear, but if this part of the report is true, or plausibly held to be true for a media moment, then the evil acts of this individual and any confederates will certainly be used as ammunition by the world’s Islam-coddling Left to defame and smear anyone and everyone who has said anything critical of Islam as it is practiced throughout much of the world.
You can almost hear their nastist representatives thiking; “At last! An islamophobic hate-crime we can finally get to work with.”
Folk like Mark Steyn, Robert Spencer, Geert Wilders, Daniel Pipes, David Horowitz, Melanie Phillips will be held up as the bloody-handed creators of a ‘climate of hate’ against Muslims.  Anders Behring Breivik acted with all this in mind, they will say and that’s why they must be made to recant and apologise and finally be silenced.
All this despite none of the above critics of Islam ever having called for, upheld, supported when it occurred (when before today?), suggested or even hinted that murderous or merely thuggish violence against Muslims (other than on the battlefields in Islam’s many current wars against everyone else) was in any way a good idea. Only our side’s words are ever inflammatory… if rather slow acting, thank God.
#  ‘Anti-islamophobia’ measures will be urged even more fervently by all Left-thinking people to censor free speech such as reporting on the thousands of atrocities committed each year by Muslims in the name of Islam according to their holy texts that insist on a permanent war of conquest and oppression against all unbelievers and its founder’s words and deeds and suspicious silences.
# The whole resistance to Islamic terrorism, including, but not limited to, Fox News, the Daily Mail, the EDF, FrontPage Magazine, the American Spectator,  will be ceaselessly slandered and libeled by the BBC and the usual suspects at the Guardian, Independent, New York Times, Washington Post, Huffington Posts, et bloody cetera as purveyors of this climate of hate.
Question: if the free world, with its Judeo-Christian inheritance is equally as immoral as Islam, why has it taken nearly ten years since 9/11 for an actual, genuine, smoking-gun Christian Right-winger to murder people due to the ‘climate of hate’? What are we nutty Islamophobics doing wrong to be such slow-coaches? Can our culture be merely tardy, or is there something missing in the make-up of our civilization that makes this kind of unconscionable horror a blessed rarity, and indeed unique up until today since 9/11. Why did we Western jihadist-like killers take so long on the trail of Jihadist attack and vengeful counter-attack get so cold?
# Christianity and Islam will be presented together as morally equivalent and therefore equally harmful and suspect. Remember, the far Left doesn’t actually like Islam, it is just supporting it in order to demoralize the free world by weakening our will to resist the Caliphate and demonizing the faith set up by the person who said this:.
“Blessed are the poor in spirit,
for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
Blessed are they who mourn,
for they shall be comforted.
Blessed are the meek,
for they shall inherit the earth.
Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness,
for they shall be satisfied.
Blessed are the merciful,
for they shall obtain mercy.
Blessed are the pure of heart,
for they shall see God.
Blessed are the peacemakers,
for they shall be called children of God.
Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness,
for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.”
Blood-thirsty stuff, that,  and so it’s easy to see how so many Christians in the past have used these words to persecute outsiders and each other. No doubt, the Left (and Islamists worldwide) will reply that selective choice of texts like the above can’t help explain the fully-justified violence that Islam instructs its followers to use against all unbelievers in perpetuity.
I’d love to see Jesus’ equivalent phrases to the infamous sword verse At-Tawba 5:
…translated into English by the western Islamic Scholar, Marmaduke Pickthall as:
“Then, when the sacred months have passed, slay the idolaters wherever ye find them, and take them (captive), and besiege them, and prepare for them each ambush. But if they repent and establish worship and pay the poor-due, then leave their way free. Lo! Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.([Qur’an 9:5]) ”
    Maulana Abdullah Yusuf Ali has translated the verse as:
“But when the forbidden months are past, then fight and slay the Pagans wherever ye find them, an seize them, beleaguer them, and lie in wait for them in every stratagem (of war); but if they repent, and establish regular prayers and practise regular charity, then open the way for them: for Allah is Oft-forgiving, Most Merciful.”
    Muslim scholar Ibn Kathir’s commentary on the verse is:
“Do not wait until you find them. Rather, seek and besiege them in their areas and forts, gather intelligence about them in the various roads and fairways so that what is made wide looks ever smaller to them. This way, they will have no choice, but to die or embrace Islam.”
I wonder which of the above translations the 9/11 terrorists thought was the authentic one, or the 7/7 bombers, or the 21/7 would-be bombers or the 2007 London Bombings or the Glasgow Airport self-barbecuing bombers, or the Mumbai attackers, or…
Or thousands of others, not one nor or all of which can ever justify or lessen yesterday’s atrocities.
Stipulate, if Anders Behring Breivik is a Christian and if he acted somehow in support of Christianity or against supporters of multiculturalism, he did so by violating Christianity’s essential meaning and by going against the words of its founder and almost all its scriptures (but have fun reading Revelations to find something nasty, if you like.)
He’s a sinner, (if he’s found to be the guilty at all), a murderer, a violator of what most of Christianity has preached (if its leaders for sure did not always practice!) for most of its history and especially today.
But if criticism of Islamic terrorism is seen as the ultimate culprit, and the West as similarly blood-thirsty as the constant terrorism of Hamas, al Qaida, the Taliban, Hezbollah,  the good-natured machete-wielding crowd that threatened death to the teacher whose pupils had named a teddy bear after their classmate who was called Mohamed, and if that climate has made many Muslims ‘suspicious’ of the Western world’s motives, ‘unwilling to condemn terrorism’ from their own camp and inclined to support Jihadist attacks abroad, is this evil in Norway its Western mirror image?
Is it the politically-correct, multi-cultural ‘climate’ of supporting Muslims in the West over and above the natives in all disputes, of political show trials that persecute those who dare to discuss and criticize Islam, that denies and disguises the motives of Islamic killersin our own countries, that have created a climate that provoked this man somehow to massacre people in the defence of his (and our), common European civilization? Can he use this persecution to mitigate his crimes perhaps, as Islamic apologists do to fend of condemnations of real-world Islam?
No bloody way.
He’s a free human being.
The murders did not ‘happen’ – he decided to kill many other human beings. He’s responsible.
He chose to do murder (if he is one day found guilty),, and chose to put his own beliefs above the lives of rights of others and in so doing . He’s one evil human being and nobody and nothing apart from his own malign conscience prompted him to do murder.
But watch the feeding-frenzy the cultural Marxists are likely to make of this utter horror; freedom’s in for a rough righer ride than ever now.

21 comments for “Hate in a cold climate

  1. Robert Edwards
    July 23, 2011 at 7:26 pm

    I couldn’t agree with you more. An excellent piece, thank you. I fear that not only are you correct in your rather gloomy prognosis, but that this will happen faster and harder than even we hope is possible.

    It seems that the left are seizing every opportunity to make further encroachments on our liberties. And this one is a gift.

    In the same way as a constricting snake kills, by tightening when the prey breathes in and causing suffocation, so those who govern us use exactly the same technique.

    • July 23, 2011 at 8:03 pm

      Thank you for your kind words.
      Alas, Robert, you are quite correct.
      The same post at my blog is now amended to show parts of two more bbc.co.uk pages where they lay down The Line: elliding the EDL and maonsteam parties with white racists and fascists, intructing the readers that the threat of terrorism is pretty much universal, when it’s almost all from Islam, almost every day of the year.

  2. July 23, 2011 at 7:32 pm

    Well said, though I suspect you mean the EDL in the 6th paragraph 😉 EDF being a power supply company.
    This guy has done a lot of damage to those of us who see mass uncontrolled immigration and Islamic violence as one of the biggest dangers our civilisation faces. You could almost feel a sense of relief on various left wing sites over and above the crowing in that for once it wasn’t the Muslims to blame.

    • July 23, 2011 at 7:57 pm

      Quiet Man, I’m sure they’re a Right-wing Christian fundamentalist power company.
      Thaks for the spell check!

      • July 24, 2011 at 9:31 am

        Electricité de Fundamentale or something like that… 😉

    • July 24, 2011 at 9:30 am

      Something like this was bound to happen sooner or later. The only surprise is where it happened. Who would have predicted Norway?

      Anyway, yes, I fully expect the opportunists to make hay.

  3. banned
    July 23, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    Agreed Quiet_Man, this man has done untold damage to those of us who oppose our countries being turned into multi culti hellholes but it is intersting that he took action not against the migrants themselves but against the Norwegian State and the young of those he believes to be responsible.

    • July 23, 2011 at 7:59 pm

      Banned, I feel sure that any anti-Islamist alowed to speak on teh BBC in the next few weeks {chance’d be a fine thing!] will not be allowed to mourn these dead youngsters uninterruped and without having their sincerity questioned or theri sentiments mocked.

      • July 24, 2011 at 6:29 am

        Something to watch for!

  4. July 23, 2011 at 8:16 pm

    You might want to take a look at this

    http://www.jihadwatch.org/2011/07/who-added-christian-and-conservative-to-norway-shooters-facebook-page-yesterday.html

    “Who added “Christian” and “Conservative” to Norway shooter’s Facebook page yesterday?

    Pamela Geller has noticed an interesting anomaly:

    While the leftist and Islamic supremacist ghouls rush to portray Norway mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik as a Christian and even as an anti-jihadist, the unanswered questions multiply. Why did a jihad group take credit for the atrocities, and then retract? And who altered the murderer’s Facebook page?”

    • July 24, 2011 at 6:30 am

      “… and even as an anti-jihadist…”

      As if that was somehow unthinkable. 👿

  5. July 24, 2011 at 2:36 am

    I don’t doubt that he isn’t a Christian in any practical sense – the relevant question to ask is does he believe he is a Christian? If so – and it should go without saying that there’s emphasis on ‘if’ – then describing him as a Christian fundamentalist is not unreasonable, although as James Higham suggested over at mine on a post about moderate Islam the term ‘fanatic’ would be much more appropriate. Religious people don’t worry me at all as I’ve rubbed shoulders with people of almost all faiths and none, but religious fanatics of any flavour should keep us up awake at night.

  6. Paul
    July 24, 2011 at 3:05 am

    Angry Exile: Religious people don’t worry me at all as I’ve rubbed shoulders with people of almost all faiths and none, but religious fanatics of any flavour should keep us up awake at night.

    Surely lone Christian fanatics (if Anders Behring Breivik is one) should be considered in the same light as lone Muslim fanatics? They’re cut from the same murderous, barbarous, hateful cloth after all.

    • July 24, 2011 at 3:29 am

      Apart from the “Thou shalt not commit murder” commandment. There’s no equivalent to jihad in the Christian Gospels. A Christian who commits or plans murder is no Christian.

      • July 24, 2011 at 6:32 am

        Also, they’ll get no support from leading Christian bishops, no vicars will utter mealy-mouthed condemnations of their actions and say something quite different when all the fuss has died down…

      • July 24, 2011 at 11:49 am

        No, but he might believe he is, or he might not believe he’s committing murder but a righteous killing. Without wishing to derail this into an unrelated debate about abortion, look at the bombings of abortion clinics and the murder of practitioners and staff that have occurred in the US. From the perspective of the people carrying out the violence they are saving lives and the violence is justified, and although it’s not a mainstream view there are no shortage of supporters and apologists for it. As for someone like Breivik, who is almost certainly as mad as a cut snake, I don’t doubt that in their madness and hatred they could probably twist something in Enid Blyton, never mind the [insert any religious text here], to justify the violence they’re going to commit.

    • July 24, 2011 at 12:16 pm

      Hey, I’d treat a fanatic Jain or Buddhist or even an atheist in exactly the same way. If they’re thinking of exploding bombs or shooting people I really don’t give a rip what they believe, if anything. To me fanaticism is simply fanaticism and usually defined by actions more than beliefs.

      • gladiolys
        July 24, 2011 at 3:43 pm

        Wouldn’t a fanatic Jain just do absolutely nothing at all? I did rather admire a man who can be conceived to be a fanatic – he rolls for world peace:
        http://everything2.com/title/Ludkan+Baba

        • July 24, 2011 at 6:36 pm

          Wouldn’t a fanatic Jain just do absolutely nothing at all?

          Try telling that to the plants he maims. Okay, mentioning Jains and Buddhists was supposed to be a joke, and one more than slightly ripped off from a Goodness Gracious Me sketch about a terrorist meeting where the head bad guy shouted at the Buddhist terrorists because they kept setting just themselves on fire. I probably should have chucked a smiley in there, but I guess when you have to explain it it wasn’t a good joke anyway. 😳

          • gladiolys
            July 24, 2011 at 6:43 pm

            No, I got the joke! I was just “riffing” on it… see, now you’ve got me explaining too…

  7. July 24, 2011 at 3:08 pm

    Good post and it seems you are already being proved right although stories are changing by the hour and previous articles being edited etc. Also, I know it may be purely innocent but the Norway PM closing his speech with

    “And that the answer to violence is even more democracy”

    seems a bit ominous.

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