At first I laughed, assuming it was a sick joke. Then a cold chill ran down my spine. What ifÂ this is for real?
Nothing is too preposterous to be possible, in a country where obnoxious ultra-left comedian Al Franken is already in the Senate (with help from ACORN) and an unqualified adolescent Marxist with enough radical associations to be on an FBI watch list is President.
According to British tabloid theÂ Daily Mail, Geoff Â Stephens isÂ taking legal action against his employers after enduring years of Australianist abuse. The 48-year-old claims these bigoted Brits made “jokes about kangaroos”, mocked historical Australian cultural practices involving prawns and barbecues and even asked if his girlfriend was named Sheila. BONZA DAY
A “well-intentioned” racist law encourages even smart people to think up even “nicer” forms of race-based division:
This is crazy stuff, holding race-based votes over race-based laws. It’s even crazier when you consider that many prominent Aborigines have just as much European ancestry as Aboriginal, and often much more
Charles “Insane” Johnson (the voice of the lunatic fringe left in America) finds his level, with a typically whiny piece about “hate-fuelled internet extremists” for the antisemitic, anti-AmericanÂ Guardian newspaper:Â The bloggers of hate.
Pamela Geller donned her chem-bio suit and waded into the mess in search of a point, coming up empty-handed. I’m glad she did it, so we don’t have to. (Hat tip:Â Charles.)
Libelblogger Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs is dead and buried as a source that anyone takes seriously — evenÂ the New York Times did a post-mortem — but Johnson’s latest ridiculous discovery of neo-Nazis warrants a revisit to this whole sad affair.
Weasel Zippers has found the comment above, in which Johnson says that he is “fairly sure” that theÂ Tennessee state flag is a neo-Nazi emblem.Â Johnson himself is seething and whining about this: “the comments that followed minutes later in the same thread…I clearly concluded that the flag was a Tennessee flag.”
Well, that’s mighty generous and perspicacious of him, but he only did it after speculating about the Tennessee flag’s alleged resemblance to various neo-Nazi insignia:
Sick.Â Charles Johnson atÂ Little Green Footballs reached a new low yesterday.
Johnson attacked this blog for reporting again on Barack Obama’s safe schools czar. According to Charles, if you point out anything about Barack Obama’s “Safe” Schools Czar Kevin Jennings’ sordid record of promoting explicit, outrageously age-inappropriate sexual filth in the classroom you are a “homophobe.” He must have started reading theÂ Soros-linkedMedia Matters since he flipped.
Admittedly, Charles Johnson has earned his stripes as a blogger. But now, he gets a little bit ahead of himself.
Charles Johnson has written Geert Wilders an e-mail, to which Wilders has never responded. This, according to Charles “speaks volumes”. It is evidence that Wilders is becoming “more extreme.”
Charles is right. Anybody not replying to their e-mail is well underway to becoming an extremist. It is a historical fact that genocidists like Hitler, Stalin and Mao never answered a single e-mail. So, there!
In fact, I remember writing Charles an e-mail a couple of years ago. And I believe that he never replied. Which, of course, “speaks volumes”…
Johnson’s strange tale of paranoia and rage is probably best told by others…. At one time, LGF was an advocate of free speech and a reliable opponent of Islamic totalitarianism. Now Johnson literally bans opposing viewpoints and spends much of his time smearing anti-Jihadis and “creationists” with the same shady tactics once used against him.
While we sympathize with blog administrators who find it necessary to police against extremists and imposters, the LGF editor is so notorious for purging dissenting comments and permanently expelling readers who don’t toe the ideological line that being banned actually has a name – “getting CJ’d”.Â
As a result of this “Green Purge,” the former flagship of the New Media, has all but officially devolved into a redundant monologue that exists mainly as a shifting monument to the editor’s perceived ethical superiority…Filtering out contrary opinion also seems to have deepened Johnson’s sense of moral certitude to the point that he is attacking former friends, such as Robert Spencer (JihadÂ Watch), Pam Geller (Atlas Shrugs) and many others, with unnecessary hair-splitting and flimsy “guilt-by-association” slurs that are unconstructive and highly divisive…
UPDATE from Atlas:Â Zuhdi Jasser made a last minute effort to quash Geert Wilders’ appearance on Capitol Hill under the aegis of Senator Kyl, calling Kyl’s office the morning of the day Wilders was supposed to appearÂ stating another Jasser LIE — that while Jasser had been in The Netherlands Wilders refused to meet with Jasser because Wilders quote “doesn’t meet with Muslims”. THAT NEVER HAPPENED.
Did cannabis induced paranoia kill the counter jihad of the morally supremacist Lizards?
Many of you have written to me saying I should ignore Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs and his relentless smear and libel campaign against me and others who are defending the freedom of speech and equality of rights of all people against the global jihad and Islamic supremacism.
It would be good to ignore him, but unfortunately, although his readership is plummeting, he still commands a sizable audience, and many people (who of course must not have been paying close attention) still think he is fighting against the jihadists — when in reality he is only engaging in relentless defamation of those he dislikes. And since that defamation spreads far and wide, it must be opposed.
Today he is once again attacking Pamela Geller ofÂ Atlas Shrugs, whom he clearly fears a great deal (inasmuch as she tells the truth about him), along with Paul Belien and me for being invited to speak at an anti-Islamization conference by the group Pro-KÃ¶ln. Pro-KÃ¶ln, he says, is a neo-Nazi group, and he has a photo of some guy who is not involved with Pro-KÃ¶ln but is wearing a Hitler-style overcoat to prove it. And if Pamela, Paul and I are speaking there, well, we must be Nazis too, right?