Baxter Moonbat Fears Backlash Over "Violent Act"

“Burning Koran may spark a backlash”

Here are Pastor Jones ‘10 Reasons to Burn a Koran’ and WoJ article Gainsville, Florida: Koran Burning a Desperate Move?

Tina Dupuy

Pastor Jones will be our face to the world. Mine, yours — Americans in general. Yes, a preacher to a flock of nearly 50 will be the guy who Muslims, Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus and atheists from all over the world will identify with America. Everything about our country is about to be boiled down to a picture of a heap of Korans smoldering. Shock and awww.

It’ll be, “Americans burned the Koran.” And it’ll be true.

Never mind that we have soldiers on the ground in two Muslim countries. Remember in 2005, the first scandal of Guantanamo Bay involved the alleged desecration of detainees’ Korans by guards.

(Miss Twitty conveniently omits the fact that the “Koran down the toilet story” was a canard, cooked up by Newsweep moonbats like herself, retracted here….)

That caused outrage across the globe. Way to support the troops, buddy.

(Lets ask Tina Dupuy what it is that she did to support the troops, I suspect she did next to nothing. Besides, is there’s anything that doesn’t cause ‘outrage’ to Muslims?)

Other than a pointless, smoke-filled flip-off to the second-largest faith in the world, does the torching of media these days do what its purveyors want it to do?

(Tina is not concerned by the constant attacks on Christians, the murders, the kidnappings, the burning of churches and all the rest. No. Tina worries about offended Muslims. May the burqa rest lightly on your shoulders, honey!)

The Ancient Library of Alexandria was burned by Julius Caesar in 48 B.C.E.

(Unproven rubbish, as you can see here. Julius Ceasar  had no interest to destroy the library. The Romans would have taken the scrolls  to Rome.  The account of the Muslims seems far more accurate:

In 640 AD the Moslem Caliph Omar took the city of Alexandria. Upon learning of “a great library containing all the knowledge of the world” the conquering general supposedly asked Caliph Omar for instructions. The Caliph has been quoted as saying of theLibrary’s holdings, “they will either contradict the Koran, in which case they are heresy, or they will agree with it, so they are superfluous.” So, allegedly, all the texts were destroyed by using them as tinder for the bathhouses of the city. Even then it was said to have taken six months to burn all the documents…..

Back to Tina:

The loss of its contents arguably set back technology and culture for millennia. The conquistadors destroyed Mayan codices of their history and religion, obscuring the ancient Mayan culture indefinitely. (Absurd and unproven claims) The Mongol invaders massacred the Library of Baghdad, resulting in the death of a massive “house of wisdom.” (Well, at least miss twitty doesn’t blame GWB for that!) These events forever altered history, mainly because they took place before the printing press. (And what is the price of goat meat in Timbuktu, Tina?)

After the printing press and the creation of multi-copied media, book-burning becomes just a showy homage to the brutes of the past.

Tina’s Nightmare:

Libricide is an act of overt hostility. While Pastor Jones told the New York Times that he hopes this event won’t lead to violence, he’s planning a violent act. Author and professor Rebecca Knuth studied book burnings in Germany, Bosnia, Kuwait, China and Tibet. She concludes libricide often precedes genocide. (Never mind that Islam is a genocidal doctrine and that the believers  are united in their calls for genocide on Jews: a Christian preacher who  wants to draw attention to the Islamization of America  is accused of genocidal intentions.  Bizarre with a cherry on top, Tina.) Needless to say, this is not an act of “furthering the dialog.”  (Which “dialog” would that be, Tina?) You don’t exactly make the case for how your religion is the one of peace while you’re lighting things on fire. (The Muslims do it all the time, Tina. What’s wrong with giving them a dose of their own medicine?)

Maybe Dove World has tapped into the conventional wisdom that you can never go wrong blaming the media — a literal shooting of the messenger. A book is a symbol. So the tactic preferred by the Nazis and conquistadors alike is still alive as a tone-deaf attempt at cultural criticism.

John Lennon said his band was more popular than Jesus, so Beatles representations were treated like 17th century witches and burned at the stake. In the 1980s metal albums were thought to bring 1980s teenagers to Satan so they also were torched. (Were they? And who was behind that, Tina? Tipper Gore, a far left moonbat just like…. Tina?) Harry Potter books have met a similar fate. Did this eradicate the subjects? No. Do public displays of pitchforks and torches make them any less popular? No. (Good. So you see, there’s nothing to worry about!)

On the contrary, since the creation of copies and more recently the Internet, Dewey Decimal Demolitions and Album Atom Rearrangers seem to make the subject more popular and maligned the source of the spark.

So as all Muslims are apparently judged by their extremists who on 9/11 crashed planes into buildings — all Americans will be judged by our extremists who on 9/11 burned Korans into ashes. Muslim-Americans are in an awkward position. (They really need you to protect them, Tina! Who else would be so brave!)

But most notably it means the Muslim world and Americans are about to have more in common than they thought.

Tina Dupuy is an award-winning writer and the editor of, and can be reached

Not to worry, Tina: the soldiers of Allah get support from the usual suspects:

A related post by Mark Steyn  depicts the inverted brainwaves of Tina:

Muslims kill non-Muslims, media wrings its hands about hypothetical “Islamophobia” resulting from the murders

No matter what Islamic jihadists and Islamic supremacists do, no matter how bloodthirsty they are, no matter how gratuitous and brutal their attacks, for the mainstream media Muslims are always and everywhere the victims. “Macheteculturalism,” by Mark Steyn at The Corner,

2 thoughts on “Baxter Moonbat Fears Backlash Over "Violent Act"”

  1. * It’ll be, “Americans burned the Koran.” And it’ll be true.

    It’ll be, “muslims destroyed the WTC, beheaded Daniel Pearl, blew up the London tube & the Madrid metro.” And it’ll be “nothing to do with islam”.

  2. Looks like the Tina’s get what they wish for (and a burqa for free!)

    Islamic supremacists, dhimmis plead with Justice Department to deny free speech to anti-jihadists

    Note first of all the conflation of “anti-Muslim rhetoric” with actual crimes like the stabbing of the taxi driver and the fire at the mosque in Tennessee, despite the fact that those who are speaking out against the jihad and Islamic supremacism have consistently disavowed and opposed violence and vigilantism. Note also the mention of the stupid and wrong Qur’an burning in Florida. This illustrates what I have noted here many times: Islamic supremacists want and need hate crimes against Muslims, as they will attempt to use them to shut down all legitimate opposition to the jihad and Islamic supremacism, and to tar all their opponents as advocates of violence and hatred.

    It is likely that this appeal, although the DOJ made no official comment, fell on fertile ground in the Obama Justice Department, given Obama’s long-standing tendency to appoint foes of the freedom of speech to influential positions: Kagan, Sotomayor, Koh, Sunstein, Genachowski, etc. etc. etc.

    “Anti-Muslim Rhetoric: Free Speech or Hate Speech? Faith Coalition Calls on DOJ to Take Public Stance Against Anti-Muslim Rhetoric,” by John R. Parkinson for ABC News, August 31:

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 31, 2010 — A coalition of faith groups met with Justice Department officials Monday to encourage the Obama administration to take a more public stance against anti-Muslim hate speech and hate crimes.
    Farhana Khera, president and executive director of Muslim Advocates, said the community leaders requested the meeting due to an “alarming rise in anti-Muslim hate” that has become commonplace as the debate over the so-called “Ground Zero mosque” in New York City continues.

    “Unfortunately, this very escalating trend of hate speech in the country has now transformed into actual acts of violence and the attorney general, as the nation’s chief law enforcement officer, has an obligation to really enforce the laws, including the hate crime laws and holding those that engage in hate crimes responsible,” Khera said.

    Last week in New York City, a taxi cab driver was repeatedly stabbed allegedly by a passenger who asked him, “Are you a Muslim?” before the attack.

    On Saturday, a fire was discovered at the construction site for a mosque and community center in Murfreesboro, Tenn., that has been a topic of controversy in the city. Police said the fire is being investigated as a possible arson and hate crime.

    And a church in Gainesville, Fla., has announced it plans to burn copies of the Quran on Sept. 11, to mark the anniversary of the 2001 terror attacks.

    “We are a thriving democracy, we appreciate free speech, but when it crosses the line into violence, that’s against the law,” she said. “And the [Justice] Department, the federal government, the nation’s chief law enforcement officer is going to prosecute and hold them responsible to the fullest extent of the law….

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