Fun with Terrorism in the Bible (A Brief But Special Post for Pamela Geller):
Motherfucking blogger Pamela Geller and her group of motherfuckers, called something like "Nutzoid Bitches and Bastards Who Want You To Shit on Their Faces Against Islam," have poisoned everyone's ride to work in New York City with their exhausting hatefulness. They've put up their second ad attacking Islam and the Quran. The Rude Pundit's not gonna post a picture, but it's got an image of the burning Twin Towers, which, you know, all of us up here like to be reminded about every second of every fucking day, and a quote from the Muslim book of faith: "Soon shall we cast terror into the hearts of the unbelievers." It's been put next to clocks in the subway because, you know, the seconds are ticking away or some such shit. And, really, the subways have been far too safe for Muslims lately.
Hey, lookie here. Anyone can take some quote from some religious book out of context and a photo that enrages people, and party with some quick editing. You, too, can exploit a tragedy for your own skewed political agenda:
Man, if some Islamic group put up that as an ad, you'd see right wing heads burst in an anger aneurysm. And that's New Testament shit. The Old Testament is all kinds of nasty to unbelievers, like "I will bring distress upon men, that they shall walk like blind men, because they have sinned against the Lord: and their blood shall be poured out as dust" from Zephaniah 1:17. (All of Zephaniah Chapter 1 is ass-kicking, OT style.)
Of course, Geller, the scribbler of the online puke sack known as Atlas Shrugs, and whoever she's blowing into giving her cash have the right to buy an ad that says the Mooslims is bad, bad peoples. But that free speech also allows us to say things like "Pam Geller is crazier than a shit fight in a monkeyhouse and dumber than a skid mark in a meth addict's underwear."
Just remember: if you wanna blame Islam for the sins of terrorism, you gotta blame other religions for the sins of their followers.