Skip to minute 3:35 -- it's all Geller and Spencer - one reference to me in a 1,518 page rant (and a couple of links to news stories at Atlas), and Cooper prostrates himself to the very ideology that would hang him in the public square for his "alternative" lifestyle. And notice they only focus on Spencer and me -- but never have us on. So afraid are they that people might be swayed by the truth. UPDATE: At 3.57 in this CNN video Lars Gule comments on Breivik. Lars Gule was in 1977 arrested on a Lebanese airport with explosives in his rucksack, on his way to Norway to get a new passport so that he could enter Israel without the visum stamp from Lebanon. The 'Palestinian terror organisation" DFLP provided the explosives which were intended to be used to blow up either a pedestrian underpass in Tel Aviv, President Hotel in Jerusalem or a gas tank facility outside a residential area. For those of you who read norwegian: http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lars_Gule (thanks to lysmann)
Contact CNN and ask them why they do not pursue the tens of thousands of jihad attacks across the world.
The relentless pro-jihad propagandists cannot get off the crack. They can't help themselves, no matter how devoid their perception is of reality.
Anders the barbarian began planning in this in 2000. He cited John Locke, Thomas Jefferson, Charles Darwin. Are they responsible?
We have consistently stood for human rights, the rule of law, the dignity of the human person, free speech, the free conscience, and equality of rights for all. There is no incitement to violence in our work. This is my treatise on how to fight supremacism.
This is an attempt to destroy the resistance to jihad by claiming that that resistance leads to murder. Yet no one ever calls Islamic imams who really do incite to violence for their real calls to kill. (Qaradawi, who called for all Jews to be killed, Nasrallah of Hizballah, who said that it was good that the Jews were in Israel so they would be spared the trouble of hunting them down elsewhere, etc.)
CNN, why aren't you rabid in your pursuit to uncover what inspired the Muslim bomb plotters in the NYC synagogue attack, who were quoted as saying, “I hate Jews,” “I want to kill them”?
NBC Blames American Anti-Muslim Sentiment for Norway Attacks, Warns of Similar Violence in U.S. Newsbusters
By Kyle Drennen | July 26, 2011 | 17:50
On Monday's NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams proclaimed that Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik "seemed to be heavily influenced by some people in this country who write and blog about the perceived threat from Islam."
In the report that followed, correspondent Michael Isikoff noted how writings of Robert Spencer, the associate director of Stop the Islamization of America, were cited several times in Breivik's 1,500-page manifesto and declared that "some analysts say words can be weapons themselves." A sound bite was featured of Heidi Beirich of the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center: "When you push the demonization of populations, you often end up with violence."
Isikoff added: "And that may be exactly what has happened, says Beirich. The 2008 burning of a mosque in Tennessee is evidence of what Beirich says has been a spike in anti-Muslim attacks, including arsons and bombings in Florida, Michigan and Oregon."
The report even went so far as to feature former Department of Homeland Security terrorism analyst Daryl Johnson, who warned: "This attack in Norway should be a wake-up call for our country, for decision makers....we could have a similar type of attack here. And that's my greatest fear, is that we would have a Timothy McVeigh-type carry out a mass shooting event."
As footage appeared on screen of people protesting the Ground Zero Mosque, Isikoff concluded: "Homeland security officials told us tonight they are careful not to monitor political protests, but watch for domestic violent extremist activity regardless of ideology. And so far, they say, they see no evidence the problem is getting worse."
Read the rest here.