As a monster's trial gets underway, so does the defamation campaign, a blood libel. Here again we see the lapdogs in the media doing the awful dirty work of the OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation). "The caliphate is alive and growing within Europe. . . . It has advanced through the denial of dangers and the obfuscating of history. It has moved forward on gilded carpets in the corridors of dialogue, the network of the Alliances and partnerships, in the corruption of its leaders, intellectuals and NGOs ....” Bat Ye'or
And the media is their most vicious weapon.
The notoriously antisemitic Norway media is dying to pin this monstrous massacre on a Jew (like me) and other pro-Israel supporters. Shame on Norway. Ugly but true to their historic Jew-hatred. On the frontpage of Norway's largest newspaper this past Sunday was this headline (scroll for screenshot).
Pamela Gellar [sic]
Geller's blog, author and political activist. Pam, as she is called, according to the organization "Hope not hate" the supreme leader of the world in the anti-Islamist movement.
Huh? I am never called "Pam," and it's Geller, not Gellar. It gets worse. The report is pure fiction, but it's front page news in Norway (and in antisemitic publications like The Guardian: "Far-right anti-Muslim network on rise globally as Breivik trial opens"). What network? And when did defense of freedom become a "far right" platform?
Surreal. While jihadists across the world slaughter, oppress, and persecute non-Muslims in the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Israel, Russia .... the leftstream media smears and defames the handful of freedom's defenders and human rights activists fighting jihad.
We are fighting for the individual. We are fighting for freedom. The global jihad is following that which is commanded in the quran. Why does the media propagandize for the executioners?
Kari Huus over at the pathetic MSNBC picks on a ridiculous report by a fringe group (who gets the spelling of my name wrong, and that's just the tip of the iceberg), and headlines her piece, "Threat from anti-jihadist extremists grows." This report is a pure fabrication. A very loose Huus tries desperately to tie us to the insane, nazi saluting Breivik. The tie? His 1,500 page manifesto footnoted a couple of news stories that were posted to Atlas. That's the tie that they cite in every article about this monster. 18,950 Islamic attacks since 911, each one with a mosque behind it and the imprimatur of a Muslim cleric, but do not dare tie jihad to Islam.
Read this: "Norway, Free Speech, and the Counterjihad," by Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer in the American Thinker.
Many news organizations were cited in Breivik's mad manifesto; are they responsible? Anders Breivik cited John Locke, Thomas Jefferson, Barack Obama and a host of others. Are they responsible? It is slander to imply that our work, which advocates for free speech and against violence, is in any way tied to this evil actor.
The left and Islamic supremacists keep shouting that the Norwegian psychopath Breivik was influenced by anti-jihadists, despite the fact that everything Breivik did was everything we rail against. We fiercely oppose and condemn violence. The Islamic supremacists and their useful idiots in the enemedia never mention inconvenient facts: Breivik also wanted to carry out suicide operations for Hamas. He wrote this in his "manifesto": "Hamas and several Jihadi groups have labs and they have the potential to provide such substances. Their problem is finding suitable martyrs who can pass 'screenings' in Western Europe. This is where we come in."
Anders Breivik as he entered the court and gave a nazi salute
Report: Threat from anti-jihadist extremists grows MSNBC Kari Huus
Anti-Islamist groups and individuals like those that inspired Norwegian Anders Berhing Breivik to launch his bloody attacks in Norway last July are growing in number, reach and interconnectedness, according to a new report published in Britain.
The report documents the activities of about 300 groups and individuals worldwide — including many in the United States — that increasingly overlap in fund-raising and rhetoric, but have diverse origins.
"They are neo-conservatives. They are Christian evangelicals. They are hardline racists. They are football hooligans. They are nationalists. They are populists. They are hardline Zionists. They are former leftists. The 'counter-jihad' movement comes in all shapes and sizes but they are united in a common loathing of Islam," according to the report, compiled by the London nonprofit Hope not Hate.
Generally, these groups maintain that there is an Islamic plot to take over the Western world, and that there is little difference between the hardline Islamists and the majority of Muslims, according to the report, "Counter-Jihad," published to coincide with the start of Breivik’s trial in Oslo.
Nuts. New York, London, Spain -- these attacks on the West are concrete acts of war by jihadists. What would Ms. Huus suggest -- that we turn it over to Islamic supremacists? I, for one, hope that Huus has daughters who are forced to live under the sharia. They can thank mummy every day for their squalid lives. I only wish Huus would move this along more quickly and move to ....Egypt or Iran or Tunisia or Lebanon or Manchester ......
His writing cited dozens of sources, including influential anti-Islam voices in the United States such as Robert Spencer, who makes a living writing about the dangers of Islam through his Jihad Watch, his blog, and other activities.
Spencer, named among the "Top Dozen Players" of the global anti-Muslim network, rejects the notion that Breivik was inspired by his writing, though it was liberally cited in Breivik's "manifesto."
"The idea that I inspired him to do violence to innocent people is a media fiction," Spencer said in a comment emailed to msnbc.com about the new report. "In reality, he was plotting violence in the 1990s, before I began publishing books on Islam."
"Breivik in his manifesto calls for working with (the Palestinian group) Hamas, which shows that he is actually incoherent ideologically, and has nothing in common with my advocacy for human rights and freedom," Spencer said.
"One could not say those are the actions of a rational individual," Hodges said of Breivik’s killing spree. "But it is quite clear from evidence we have seen before the trial that Breivik was inspired by the broader political narrative" created by the anti-Islam extremists.
The counter-jihad groups increasingly are combining forces for fundraisers — with high-profile European anti-Islam speakers gaining audiences in the United States among right-wing religious and political groups.
On this year's anniversary of the 9-11 attacks, like-minded groups are invited to attend a conference in New York City called Stop Islamization of Nations , spearheaded by Pam Geller, a well-known voice in the anti-Islam movement.
"Freedom fighters from all over the globe, journalists, intellectuals and academicians will be among the participants in the workshop, which will consist of brainstorming sessions to develop mechanisms for cooperation with external partners, and to develop an action plan to address the phenomenon of the Islamic war against free speech," Gellar wrote in an article announcing the event.
Among the speakers listed were several European luminaries of the counter-jihad movement who maintain that their governments have suppressed free speech in deference to Muslim sensitivities, including Anders Gravers and Lars Hedegaard of Denmark. Gravers, Hedegaard and Geller are all listed among the Counter-Jihad report's "Top Dozen Players."
It was understandable, Hodges said, that governments, security and police focused on the threat from Islamist extremists after 9-11. But he said they have been too slow to recognize the threat coming from violent extremists riled up by rhetoric on the other side.
"Those who say that these people (like Breivik) are an isolated threat are sadly mistaken," he said. "We mustn’t allow the extremists from the anti-jihad movement the opportunity to stage their own 9-11. If we lower our guard they will do."
Really? "Our own 911?" It's one vile lie after another. And these destroyers get quoted in the papers and on the news. These destroyers are exalted. We fight against violence; that is the work we do. Breivik was a monster. One monster. One lone madman who snapped and acted on his own. The media has done everything to exploit this tragedy to destroy the lives of human rights activists and counter jihadists.
Meanwhile, the worldwide jihad rages on, #OWS is attacking NYPD with metal pipes and planning to burn down cities this summer .... but we are the problem. You just can't make this stuff up.
There have been tens of thousands of jihadi attacks in the twenty first century alone, all citing the same quranic chapter and verse, but the media forbids any connection to be made. If you do ....... well, put your flak jacket on.
This is madness.