How warped and twisted do you have to be to keep blaming the victim? Â How weird that none of these slaves of allah blames leftist movie-maker Brian de Palma for inciting Arid Uca to kill returning U.S. airmen at Frankfurt airport Â earlier this year. At least this Muslim assassin made a clear statement that it was De Palma’s movie ‘Redaction’ that made him do it.
Would the Guardian link the 17.700+ terrorist attacks committed in the name of islam since 9/11/2001 to the qur’an, the hadith and the sira? We all know the answer to that, but its writers will continue pretending that Breivik’s double terrorist attack outweighs those aforementioned thousands in any way one looks at them.
Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik’s “spider web of hate” was revealed today by the Guardian newspaper. The Guardian says it has analyzed the websites Breivik linked to in his manifesto, and those websites which linked to it. The interactive map, with nodes showing links between websites, is comprehensive â€” perhaps too much so.
Its not much of anything. Â Its typical leftist filth and Â agit prop. Hatred Â for those who oppose our enslavement. Â The Grunard crew are nothing more than a bunch of leftist retards and ankle biters.
The Guardian saysÂ it “has analysed the webpages he links to, and the pages that these in turn link to, in order to expose a spider web of hatred based around three ‘counter-jihad’ sites, two run by American rightwingers [Pamela geller and Robert Spencer], and one by an eccentric Norwegian. All of these draw some of their inspiration from the Egyptian Jewish exile Gisele Littman, who writes under the name of Bat Ye’or, and who believes that the European elites have conspired against their people to hand the continent over to Muslims.”
A link is a crime:
The Guardian notes, “Spencer’s jihadwatch.org is linked to 116 times from Breivik’s manifesto; May’s Gates of Vienna 86 times; and Fjordman 114 times.”
Opposing a victory mosque on Ground Zero is a crime:
“Spencer and Geller,” the newspaper reports, “were the organisers of the protest against the so-called 9/11 mosque in New York City. They also took over Stop Islamisation of America, a movement with links to the EDL and to a variety of far-right movements across Europe.”
Telling the truth is a crime:
Other “Counter-Jihad” websites include Gates of Vienna, “Â run by an American named Edward ‘Ned’ May, on which Fjordman posted regularly and which claims that Europe is now as much under threat from a Muslim invasion as it was in 1683, when a Turkish army besieged Vienna.”
Nationalism is a crime:
The map also lists “mainstream” and “European nationalist” websites, as well as think tanks and organizations. The “European nationalist” category appears to be the most broadly defined, and includes The Brussels Journal (founded by Paul Belien), dhimmitude.org, new-right.org (run by Jonathan Bowden),Â and memri.org (the Middle Eastern Media Research Institute).
But the crime doesn’t apply to them:
Other websites in Breivik’sÂ Â ”spider web of hate” include the Guardian newspaper itself,Â the BBC, CNN, NY Times, amnesty.org, the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, marxists.org, hindunet.org,Â al-islam.org, ummah.net, muhammad.net,Â and muslimphilosophy.com. There is also a website called “Miss Kelly,” which offers “musings on culture, politics, Catholicism, religion, sports and furry things.”
There are no links to the EDL website.
The Guardian’s map of Breivik’s links can be foundÂ here.