Here’s why they don’t oppose ISIS

…[M]ost people don’t oppose this group. Today some Twitter users explained to me why: If they condemn ISIS, that will make it impossible for them to continue hating Christianity, the United States, and Israel. And their hate defines them.

It began with this statement.

Cordie_Mendoza

…I got into an argument with Cordie Mendoza about Christian atrocities committed against Native Americans. Cordie has no factual knowledge on the topic…

h/t Surele Surele

  • Una Salus

    A lot of this also originates on the mother ship.

    • Yes it does.

      • Una Salus

        thanks for another interesting article

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        They think Hogan’s Heroes was a documentary.

  • BillyHW

    So so so so so so so so so so so tired of all the faggots.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      No, wrong attitude man.
      Revel in it!
      I get all tingly when I find a good anti-American rant.
      Most “citizens of the world” just don’t put in the effort.

      • Frau Katze

        Are you active on Twitter?

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          No, not at all.
          I have a twitter account with no tweets and no followers. 🙂

          • ntt1

            that’s pretty impressive , I have slipped and acquired 7 lost souls as followers on twitter , I need to be ruder I guess

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            It’s easy to not have any followers when you NEVER say anything.
            One day I might want a real job or a security clearance and I know going nuts on Twitter would just be bad.

          • ntt1

            I had a flurry of tweets when I opened the account several months ago , but I find it kind of a pointless place, I only engage now when the worst sort of sanctimonious social justice warrior is twittering. 130 characters is just enough for a verbal hand grenade and that’s it.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Me too.
            I encounter ‘cell phone prejudice’ at work.
            I don’t have one and that makes me a target of, not ridicule but more like mild jest.
            I’ve had a cell phone.
            Here are the top three cell phone conversations I’ve had:
            ‘Hey babe. No, I’m on the bus, I’ll be home soon.’
            ‘Hey babe. No, I’m on the highway. I’ll be home soon.’
            ‘Hey babe. No, I’m still at work. I’ll be home soon.’
            Why have a cell phone when I have three states.
            State one is at work.
            State two is at home.
            State three is Schrodinger’s Highway.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    If only the Disqus avatars were just a little bit bigger.
    I love that poster!

    • Frau Katze

      That’s quite a picture!

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        It just nails all of the pop-culture symbolism of the 1940’s.

        • UCSPanther

          Considering that poster came from Nazi Germany in its dying days, I see it as a lot of hypocritical projection.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            That’s the best kind of projection!
            Oddly enough, the Nazis and the Communists both drew upon almost the exact same themes in their anti-American agitprop.
            I think both of THEM got it from general European attitudes.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          I stopped at Gangsters because the Specials starting playing in my head.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgCZN1rU5co

      • UCSPanther

        It’s a piece of propaganda put out by Nazi Germany in its dying days.

        I love how they tried to paint the US as racists (With the blacks in the cage and the Klan hood), but when you take into account the Nazi Party’s policies at the time, it comes off as projectionism.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          Sounds similar to Pelosi’s Astro Turf comment.

  • Frau Katze

    This is just how that are at Wondercafe2 (on the rare occasions when someone bring it up). They’re United Church people

    They come right out and admit it. Unless they can use a given atrocity against Christians, the US, or Jews, they’re simply not interested. That’s why most of the world doesn’t oppose the Islamic State. They can’t use Islamic State atrocities against Christians, the US, or Jews, and they’re terrified of being perceived by their hive-mates as being pro-Christian, pro-American, or pro-Jewish.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Sounds like a fun place!
      I had a MAJOR multi-hour dust up over at the Toronto Star yesterday where I felt like Neo in “The Matrix” fighting a thousand Agents Smiths, and I wore ’em all out and beat ’em all down.
      I felt good!
      Today, I see that they DELEATED almost all of my posts.
      The ‘effers can’t ever come close to playing fair.
      THAT IS HOW I KNOW OUR SIDE IS RIGHT.
      Uncontested faith baby!
      The Left gave me the religion.

      • Rosenmops

        Hopefully someone learned something from your posts before the Toronto Red Star, Crescent and Swastika deleted them.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I just had that Crying Game Moment from Ace Ventura.

    • Rosenmops

      Yes, as I was reading this the first thing I thought of was Wondercafe. They are so open-minded their brains fell out.

  • This confirms what I’ve thought for years: the Left doesn’t condemn Islamic jihad (that includes it various forms such as burkas and child rape/marriage, ISIS, etc) because doing so would (in the Left’s sick minds) have them indirectly siding with Christians and the political Right. The Left would rather watch the world burn than to admit how atrocious the treatments of Christians is by Islam. So they don’t condemn Islam for ANYTHING — not even for something as neutral as destroying ancient and precious works of art in the middle east.

  • Ron MacDonald

    It was more like atrocities committed against Christians by the Indian tribes.