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Monday, August 27, 2012

More bollocks from Bonni the Nazi

Bonni Benstock-Intall, New York Nazi and Holocaust denier, has some pretty risible stuff posted right now on her frequently broken (awww...) site.

Under a post about a Texan billboard equating President Obama to Osama bin Laden as a "threat to America" (easily done if your spelling is crap) we have this marvellous comment from "Ubin Bushwhacked":

"American’s should be proud they, for the time being, can still speak their minds. If the hate and divisiveness of classes from the Liberal/Socialist/Marxist left does not stop soon, our freedoms of speech WILL be a thing of the past. Then you will be silenced by the International law (UN) that the Obama administration wants to invoke in America. If this billboard were a bumper sticker in many European and even Western countries, Muzzies as well as many of the Left would burn you car to the ground. Civil war IS on the horizon. The Religion of Hate/Death will see to that."

Let's leave aside the fact that America, like everywhere else (though Israel does its best to pretend otherwise) is already subject to international law (ever heard of the Geneva Convention, dumb-fuck?). Don't you just love the throwaway "European or even Western"? Aww, me no unnerstand: me just Oriental Blit.

Oh, and apparently because senior government officials condemned Pastor Terry Jones for his Qu'ran-burning stunts, this proves that Sharia law has already replaced the Bill of Rights. The anonymous joker in the video goes on about how her disagrees with book burning, but it's OK that he and Terry Jones disagree because there is free speech in America. But when Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Gen Petraeus disagree with Pastor Jones's actions, that proves that the Bill of Rights has been replaced with sharia law, even though that's all that they did: expressed a contrary opinion. And regarding the hundreds of Pashtun bibles shipped out to some wacko soldier in Afghanistan which were trashed by the Army (seeing as how conversion of Afghanistan to Christianity is no part of Operation Enduring Freedom), he expresses disbelief that Afghans wouldn't want missionaries trying to convert them, since Islam is supposed to be a religion of peace. (Hmm... Christianity is supposed to be a religion of peace, so I guess if someone wanted to set up a place for Muslims to try to convert Christians, say in downtown Manhattan, that would be welcomed with open arms, right?) Oh, and he makes up quotes from the Qu'ran, assuming like Bonni that we won't check. Qu'ran 9:31 does indeed say that God condemns Christians and Jews for claiming that there are sons of God. Nowhere does it say that Jews and Christians are to be destroyed: that's just his fantasy talking.

In some strange way, a video mostly showing political demos around Europe is supposed to show that Muslims haven't integrated. (Because normal Europeans never demonstrate about anything, right?) One segment shows a couple of guys who resemble skinheads more than Muslims giving a TV reporter grief. Another - I'm not making this up - shows two people on a train arguing about a bicycle which fell over. How this is supposed to be relevant to Muslim integration is not made clear. What is made clear is Bonni's view of Muslims as a "Plague, an epidemic that will eventually cause the deaths of millions of Christians and other non-Muslims" and is to be cured by mass deportations.

This one is really funny. Bonni has tried the "srael is the ONLY country in the Middle East that fully supports Gay rights" lie before, and I shall repeat my response then:

Israel is NOT the only country in the Middle East giving gays full equal rights. Gays in Israel do NOT have full equal rights (try marrying your gay partner there), and while homosexual activity is completely legal, it has been legal in Jordan (and thus in the Occupied West Bank which continued the Jordanian law) a full twelve years longer. Oh, and it's legal in Iraq, too.

So praise to Israel for belatedly catching up with Jordan (and Palestine!) over gay rights, but some way to go yet before it "fully" supports them. (and, as before, some of Bonni's commenters make it clear they aren't in favour of any gay rights at all:

Homosexuality is and will always be an anathema before the eyes of our Holy Lord. The brain-dead moose limbs are just more serious than other faithful in stamping it out.

Finally, a post on a "Politically Incorrect Coloring Book" entitled "We shall never forget 9/11 - Vol II". I don't have a problem in principle with the book: it seems pretty mild compared with much of Bonni's own stuff, and it does accept - unlike Bonni - that not all terrorists are Muslims. Still, a few questions do come to mind:

(1) By including Saddam Hussein, Muammar Gaddafi, Bashar al-Assad and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as "terrorists" are you intending to show that you are simply using "terrorist" to mean "political opponent"?

(2) If using bombs to destroy property with no harm to people is terrorism, then Bill Ayers is indeed a terrorist. However Major Nidal Malik Hasan (the Fort Hood shooter) is not (and is not s defined by the FBI) since all his victims were serving members of the armed forces. Do you consider any soldier fighting the USA to be a terrorist?

(3) By what criterion do you include Julian Assange (founder of Wikileaks) as a terrorist? What "terroris"t acts has he planned or carried out? How many people has he killed or injured? You are simply using "terrorist" to mean "political opponent", aren't you?

(4) If "terrorist" means "political opponent" is that why Anders Breivik isn't counted as a terrorist? It can't be that he didn't kill Americans, because neither President Assad nor President Ahmadinejad has ever killed an American either.

On the plus side, good to see Timothy McVeigh given his due as the perpetrator of America's worst terror attack before 9/11. Especially since his anti-government survivalist views are shared by so many of Bonni's regulars.

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