Ask not…

Pamela Geller really showed her spotlight on barbaric terrorism in Europe, right under the watchful eyes of police and Scotland Yard. Can you guess how they handled it?

Pamela Geller, WND Column:
Another Beheading In Broad Daylight Outside London

Elderly woman beheaded by Muslim while gardening
Exclusive: Pamela Geller exposes reaction to brutal killing in broad daylight.

One day after the gruesome beheading of the second American journalist in almost as many days, Palmira Silva, an elderly woman of Italian descent, had her head chopped off while gardening in her backyard in a suburb of London, in broad daylight.

British authorities, notoriously derelict in their duties whenever those duties interfere with their overarching task of protecting and advancing Islam, alerted the media, while insisting it was not “terrorism.” Scotland Yard made the same assertions.

How could they know? The blood was still pouring out of the woman’s neck. They didn’t initially release any information about the beheader, saying only that it wasn’t terrorism. But of course, any rational thinker was suspicious. Were they insisting it wasn’t terrorism because the perpetrator wasn’t Muslim? Or were they insisting that it wasn’t terrorism because the perp was Muslim?

Needless to say, the perpetrator did turn out to be Muslim: Nicholas Salvadore, “Fat Nick,” a convert to Islam. The enemedia, true to form, is not giving his Muslim name. Indeed, from the very first, the media obfuscated the fact that he is a Muslim. …/

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Keep in mind the below is better read as prose as it was originally written.

For whom the bell tolls a poem

(No man is an island) by John Donne

No man is an island,
Entire of itself.
Each is a piece of the continent,
A part of the main.
If a clod be washed away by the sea,
Europe is the less.
As well as if a promontory were.
As well as if a manor of thine own
Or of thine friend’s were.
Each man’s death diminishes me,
For I am involved in mankind.
Therefore, send not to know
For whom the bell tolls,
It tolls for thee.

This famous writing has been quoted countless times. It carries the sentiment on the value of a human life. However, to Islamists and the terrorists, it is just the opposite. The value, or the emphasis, is on death. The death of their victims and even their own death. Osama bin Laden stated it succinctly that we value life and they value death. At least that much we should all be able to agree on. But agree on the value of life? No.

Then you have this, under frustrating information. How many people sympathize or agree with the Islamic State? The poll asked if they had a favorable or unfavorable view of ISIS?

The picture looks like this in Europe’s polled countries, and Gaza.

See Vox article:

Is this the same France that Jefferson once allied with in the battle against the Barbary pirates? It seems they’ve forgotten much. Have we? Inspiration is from Pamela’s column.

9 comments on “Ask not…

  1. Davetherave says:

    Bull, if not terrorism are they calling this a “garden” place violence??? Work place violence is what Barry’s clan ran with concerning Fort Hood.

    Why all these dumb asses keep turning a blind eye to the purest evil blows my mind. I guess they think they’re avoiding an outright war with the butchers. Very stupid. I hate to enlighten them, but an outright war is coming already to stop these barbarians. The only peaceful way the butchers will ever know is being dead themselves!!


    • Davetherave says:

      Another thought on this issue: if hanging blacks in public came back in vogue, would they call that terrorism or a hate crime? Or just cover it up with another platitude??


    • Bullright says:

      Yea, Dave, “garden place violence”, that must be it. Good one. I’m sure it was a random act of kindness gone horribly wrong. They can’t get it even when the jihadists are telling us outright what they are going to do. But the poor woman will be another “unfortunate tragedy” I keep thinking Jack the Ripper. They care more about that than what evil is going on right there now.


      • Davetherave says:

        Bull, good point. Jack the Ripper did his dirty deeds in 1888 and look at all the attention it’s getting now. I bet if they’d found out Jack was a muzzie we wouldn’t hearing shit about it right now.

        The blind leading the blind, the stupid listening to the stupid. What a great recipe for disaster.


        • Bullright says:

          Judging by those poll numbers, with favorable views of ISIS, ol’ Jack would have some mean fan club today. Maybe Hitler was just born in the wrong generation?


        • Bullright says:

          Dave, note that new term: enemedia. I love that one.


          • Davetherave says:

            Bull, I find the term “enemedia” the most obtuse term the libs have ever used as propaganda. “Honor killings reported as suicides”?? Really? REALLY???? Kevorkian would have found that term very useful.

            You nailed it when you wrote Hitler was born in the wrong generation. His f*cked up ideas would thrive and be very popular in today’s ass backwards society. At the same time; I think I was born too many generations late!!!


            • Bullright says:

              Dave, it covers a lot of ground. Right, they can always take it down another notch or two. They make me sick. Mad media thought their greatest achievement would be getting Barry the deceiver elected. But they realize that was nothing compared to what they’d have to do for him in office.



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