The Great ‘Christian Terrorist’ Unicorn Hunt

It’s amazing how stupid smart people can seem when intent on putting a square peg in a round hole. This is seen continually when certain apologists try to dig Islam out of its hole — the one dug deeper every time there’s another terrorist act.

  • Gary

    How about the gays that came out to the Orlando Vigil on June 14th 2016 where Premier Wynne spoke at the gay village Barbara Hall parkette.
    Wynne made he speech about islamophobia as if a Mosque was attacked where she mentioned it 7 times . She also shared the stage with a jew-hating gay imam refugee.
    John Tory should have walked off stage and distance him self from the jew-hater, but he didn’t and now he’s defending the jew-hating Imam from the mosque near City Hall.

  • FactsWillOut

    Selwyn Duke is great.

  • Jabberwokk

    I do so love this one. Tell me again about how the crusades weren’t a defensive action against Muslim aggression or how about Timothy McVeigh wasn’t an admitted agnostic.

    North America is crawling with Gideon’s throwing bible bombs shouting Jesus loves you!

    • UCSPanther

      Timonthy McVeigh was one time event, one that I would call an “anomaly.”

      Rumor has it that him and Terry Nichols got some “technical assistance” from Al-Quada for the bomb…

      • Jabberwokk

        An anomaly how?

        • UCSPanther

          No other non-muslim terror attacks of that magnitude in recent US history. Most “militia” terror plots that the feds did bust back in the 1990s were usually small, poorly planned and very crude.

          The only other so-called “Right wing” militia that I know of that got busted for a fertilizer bomb plot was the Viper Militia, and they got caught because they were dumb enough to use a an old mine that was a popular destination for hikers and other outdoorsmen. Their attempts to keep people away ended up drawing more attention and caused the law to come looking.

          One thing led to another, and before long, they were being shut down by the Feds.

          • Jabberwokk

            Seems more politically motivated then religious. Which was what I’m saying.