The connection between 1957 and 2011: Beautiful young women walk through hate-spewing crowds in fear, but with heads held high.
Here’s Little Rock Central High School on September 25, 1957:
And here’s the Yorba Linda Community Center, CA, on February 13, 2011:
Clearly, it’s time to bring back the anthem of the civil rights movement:
So, you have become a spokesperson for the hate-mongering CAIR? You can see Hatred from only one group, but not others? If Tea-partiers are hate-mongers, what about CAIR?
No opinions on the two American soldiers killed by an Islamist in Germany; No opinions on the Minority minister killed by Islamists in Pakistan? The answer would be a no – because, if you did that, you wouldn’t get speaking opportunities in Mosques and the Kuran. And yet, you call yourself a liberal?
(My definition of Islamist: One who cannot see the difference between Islamic God and Political Islam).
Because every “Politically Islamic State” is an apartheid state, every Islamist is a racist and one of the reasons for this racism is inherent (nonislam)ophobia.
Seriously, which title suits your blog more: “The Accidental Theologist” or “The Accidental Islamist”
Zowie! Clear enough where this is coming from. Try using your real name next time. And stop hijacking other people’s email addresses.
Whats there in a name or email address? Is this really important? Letz focus on ideas rather than on names and email addresses.
Since you clearly have hijacked someone else’ s email address, all further comments from you will be denied as spam.
I don’t suppose you kept count of the number of black Americans killed during the shameful American era of discrimination, as I’m sure you didn’t keep count of the number of innocent Christians and Muslims, YES Christians who were killed by American soldiers in their infamous excuse of fighting terrorism. Probably you don’t have an idea of the number of American soldiers killed of whom are Muslims.
I don’t even suppose you understood the message behind Lesley’s post… Sad…
I tried understanding radicalism or hate politics rationally, by contributing it to uneducated or miseducated, but by today’s practical definition of education (and media, of course), there’s no wonder why radicalism or hate politics are both so popular. I’d say especially in the U.S., but it’s far from excluded from Europe for example.
And that’s what scares me, unable to talk to what is now the majority of people, about pending problems. Real problems, not what Brittney wore here and there.
Why don’t you attack on a more fundamental level?