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Friday, December 04, 2015

Not a good day to be Chuck Todd



Chuck Todd's reaction to two devout Muslims killing 14 people in California:
“That's right. And it's, it's just going to, it's just going to raise the issue of Islamophobia again. I mean, let's, you know, that's why it's like a little too soon to have that conversation because it may not end well.”
Sorry, Chuck, Islamomania is the bigger problem right now. They just scored 14 dead and 17 wounded.

Most Muslims in America are Americans first and appalled by this. But the real question is why Chuck Todd gets away with stereotyping Americans as bigots?

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  1. But the real question is why Chuck Todd gets away with stereotyping Americans as bigots?

    Your question bring to mind this particular line from "The Big Lebowski":

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8feGJHNjVc#t=6s

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  2. Likely unbeknownst to Chuck Todd, the term 'Islamophobia' was coined by CAIR, which is a front for Hamas. http://www.investigativeproject.org/documents/misc/122.pdf

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    1. CAIR is a front for the Muslim Brotherhood, for whom Hamas is the military wing. The attack in San Berdoo was an MB operation. They have gone kinetic.

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    2. I'd say Todd knows this perfectly well. His types regard CAIR as a resource.

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    3. islam-no-phobia

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  3. "Phobia" as a suffix means an unreasonable fear, not just any fear. Fear of Islam appears to be reasonable at this moment in history. Come to think about it, with Islam's warlike history, I cannot think of a time that it was unreasonable.

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    1. When the mongol hordes showed the Islamics the true definition of fear after they killed one of Genghis Khans ambassadors: "The people of Samarkand were ordered to evacuate and assemble in a plain outside the city, where they were killed and pyramids of severed heads raised as a symbol of victory."
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genghis_Khan#Khwarezmian_Empire

      When the Islamics kill a US Ambassador we arrest a film maker.

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  4. Thank you! I have been harping on this for a long time, usually casting it as "Phobia means unreasonable fear. There's a reason there's a word to distinguish unreasonable fear from reasonable fear." Yet you would think I had three eyes, the way some people react.

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  5. He's a Dem shill, Don; that's why. The Dems hate us; they don't fear us. We need to work on that...

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  6. Interesting that we never see the "religion of peace" protesting these atrocities, but we often see them celebrating.

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  7. Mass projection. LibProgDems are good at it.

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  8. Hey Chuckie, what radical cult has been responsible for 99% of terrorism in the world over the last 20 years?

    Todd is a halfwit.

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    1. You're giving him that much credit?

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    2. What do you have against the half wits of the world where you would lump Chuck Todd in with them?

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    3. When you say Hey Chuckie, it sounds like your talking to that Chuckie doll in the horror movie.

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  9. Islamophobia is BS.

    How about Islamosepsis? as in "An outbreak of Islamosepsis... inject some Islamabiotic.

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  10. "Sorry, Chuck, Islamomania is the bigger problem right now. They just scored 14 dead and 17 wounded.

    Most Muslims in America are Americans first and appalled by this"

    I'd like to see just a little proof of the veracity of the second paragraph quoted above.

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  11. "Most Muslims in America are Americans first and appalled by this." Possibly true, but there is no objective proof of this. Where is the Islamic fund raising for the children of the victims of the San Bernardino attacks? Nowhere that I can see.

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    1. THESE cannot be parsed from those who dissent, according to Bill Clinton's counterterrorist specialists Benjamin and Simon in "The Age of Sacred Terror: Radical Islam's War Against America." The peaceful cannot be ID'd from the potential Jihadis - if only because all five of the largest schools of Islamic jurisprudence understand "Jihad" to command violence against the infidel ("Understanding Jihad" by David Cook).

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  12. A phobia is defined as an irrational fear. It is not irrational to be a bit afraid of people who are shooting up the work place! It is not irrational to be scared of people who go on a killing spree.

    Islamaphobia is such a fraud of a word. They crash airplanes into buildings. They murder co-workers who welcomed them into their community and threw them a baby shower. They shoot up cafes and concert halls. Being afraid is a perfectly rational and natural reaction to such events.

    Calling such a response a "phobia" is nothing more than Soviet Psychiartry. Differences of opinions are considered a mental disorder. Except it is a type of mental disorder that instead of garnering sympathy, elicits contempt from the incompetent diagnosticians

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  13. FBI hate crime stats show that 11.6% of religiously motivated hate crimes target Muslims, not much more than the 9% of such crimes that target Christians. Over 60% target Jews. When was the last time Chuck Todd expressed concern about Jew-hatred?

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    1. "Born on April 8 in 1972, David Chuck Todd is a well-known face in the field of Political and analytic reporting. Currently working for NBC, he works as a White house reporter. He belongs to Jewish family and was born in Miami in Florida. He is the son of Lois Cheri and Stephen Randolph Todd Chuck."

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  14. If the killings had touched Todd more personally, for example, leaving a close family member of his own dead or wounded, would he have asked such a stupid, insensitive, uncaring question? Here he turns the victims of the shooting into pawns for his ideological agenda. Have you no shame, Chuck Todd?

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  15. "Most Muslims in America are Americans first and appalled by this"

    Go to the bank on that, will you?

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  16. Thanks, Mr Surber. Good point.

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  17. That quote from Todd makes it sound like it's his first day with a new tongue.

    I've always thought Todd was a hack, but I never thought he was stupid. I was wrong.

    ISIS delenda est

    Regards,
    TSB

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  18. Go slowly here. Those who say they are worried about Islamophobia and backlash are actually worried about something else: the loss of their tribe's political power in the US. Statistically, they are unlikely to be victims of any violence by anybody. But getting kicked out of office, out of jobs, out of cultural dominance, out of status - THAT they are in danger of, from people like us. Which is why they fear and fight against the "Islamophobes." They don't care about Islam or minorities, they care about themselves.

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  19. i'm sure that president O Brody will attend the funerals of the victims, even tho none of them were black or muslim

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  20. i'm sure that president O Brody will attend the funerals of the victims, even tho none of them were black or muslim

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  21. I don't think there are many Muslims who consider themselves Americans first. Probably not many Christians who think that way either. I am not religious, but this much is obvious even to me.

    The difference is that Muslims worship a terrorist. You just can't elide over that fact like it is somehow irrelevant. Think of any evil act, any act of depravity and Mohammed will have committed it or something worse. It is not just some accident that terror is the weapon of choice for his followers.

    Until we confront this fact and acknowledge it we cannot even begin to solve the problem. Don means well here, but he is simply wrong, and wrong in a way that ensures the problem will never be dealt with head on.

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  22. NEW NARRATIVE FOLKS:

    Let's stop whining and saying "Most Muslims are peace-loving people who...."

    I have been calling that BS for a long time. Common sense tells you that if these are happening around the world for decades, an you don't see these "peace-loving" people protesting by the thousands or hundreds of thousands in the streets against it--then they DO NOT outright oppose. Millions of Egyptians took the streets on November 22, 2012, to oppose President Morisi--remember? So they can gather and protest--if they want to.

    If people were killing in the name of Jesus all over the world, would Christians remain silent?

    Until they start showing by their actions they are "peaceloving," then they are NOT.

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  23. NEW NARRATIVE FOLKS:

    Let's stop whining and saying "Most Muslims are peace-loving people who...." I have been calling that BS for a long time.

    Common sense tells you that if horrific Islamic-inspired bombings and shootings (not to mention the general enslavement and abuse of women and so much more) are happening around the world for decades, and all these "peace-loving" people are not protesting by the thousands or hundreds of thousands in the streets against it--then they DO NOT outright oppose any of it.

    For example, millions of Egyptians took the streets on November 22, 2012, to oppose President Morisi and remained their for days--remember? So they can gather and protest en masse should they care to do so.

    If people were killing in the name of Jesus all over the world, would Christians remain silent or would Christian leaders organize giant protests that shout from the steeples: "Jesus does not promote killing and this is not Christianity."

    Until Muslims everywhere start showing by their en masse actions that they are against these acts, and turn in the Imams and others in their recruitment centers (sorry, I mean mosques) that are promoting terror killings, and call global meetings with Muslim leaders to discuss the reformation of Islam (as Christians did hundreds of years ago), then we have to assume they are NOT peace-loving.

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  24. NEW NARRATIVE FOLKS:

    Let's stop whining and saying "Most Muslims are peace-loving people who...." I have been calling that BS for a long time.

    Common sense tells you that if horrific Islamic-inspired bombings and shootings (not to mention the general enslavement and abuse of women and so much more) are happening around the world for decades, and all these "peace-loving" people are not protesting by the thousands or hundreds of thousands in the streets against it--then they DO NOT outright oppose any of it.

    For example, millions of Egyptians took the streets on November 22, 2012, to oppose President Morisi and remained their for days--remember? So they can gather and protest en masse should they care to do so.

    If people were killing in the name of Jesus all over the world, would Christians remain silent or would Christian leaders organize giant protests that shout from the steeples: "Jesus does not promote killing and this is not Christianity."

    Until Muslims everywhere start showing by their en masse actions that they are against these acts, and turn in the Imams and others in their recruitment centers (sorry, I mean mosques) that are promoting terror killings, and call global meetings with Muslim leaders to discuss the reformation of Islam (as Christians did hundreds of years ago), then we have to assume they are NOT peace-loving.

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  25. Did he mention anything about nazi phobia?

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