Yet another open thread


This is the poster that got Mona Eltahawy’s panties in a bunch.

What do you think?

BTW – The Nazi/Roman Salute is made with the right arm.



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30 Responses to Yet another open thread

  1. HELENK says:

    as for the vandal, the words islam or muslim were no where on that sign. funny how she projects.
    you can not say , what I think you are saying. only I have the right to do so

  2. wmcb says:

    I think the ad is deliberately provocative. But lots of advocacy groups do deliberately provocative ads. That doesn’t make them racist, or even anti-Muslim. The ad does not say all Muslims, it says Jihad.

    Do the people protesting this think Jihad is ok? Or that all Muslims are Jihadis? Do they not think that bombing and burning and stoning qualify as “savagery”? What, precisely is their factual beef, other than “it might hurt someone’s feelings” or screaming raaaaaciiiiist because Shut Up?

  3. HELENK says:

    important information you might need to get through the eleciton season

    http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2012/09/27/top-10-fall-beers/?intcmp=trending

  4. carol haka says:

    George Soros just gave Obama 1,000,000 dollars for his Super PAC for a job well done on the terrorist attack! Thanks Hillary Thanks Obama! 👿 Love comment on Gateway Pundit “Any Jew how supports Obama. Should just go ahead and put themselves into an oven”. Eliminate the middle man. 👿

  5. myiq2xu says:

    Here’s Bibi’s full speech:

  6. HELENK says:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/sep/27/afghan-schools-clinics-built-british-close

    schools built with British money will be closed in afghanistan. government claims afghanistan can not afford to keep them open.
    how many billions of dollars has the US sent there in the last 10 years? plus the money from the heroin smuggling.

  7. Captain Quark says:

    I’d be a lot more sympathetic to Pamela Gellar & company’s case if these weren’t the same people who sought to prevent the construction of a mosque in Manhattan. The 1st Ammendment is pretty clear on freedom of religion, as I recall.

    • myiq2xu says:

      The issue here is freedom of speech.

      I don’t feel the need to agree with someone on an issue in order to defend their right to express their opinion.

      BTW – Not everyone saw the WTC mosque case as a freedom of speech or freedom of religion issue.

      • Captain Quark says:

        I agree that it is a free speech issue, and I support Geller’s right to display the posters in the subway. I also think the asshat who defaced them is justly punished by the state.

        What annoys me is that Geller & co. are completely insincere in their commitment to freedom of speech & free exercise of religion. Their behavior during the so-called “9/11 Mosque” business made it clear that they’re all about suppressing religious and political speech they dislike. If someone wants to build a mosque on property they own, they should be allowed to do it, even if it’s dedicated to the memory of the 9/11 jihadis. Such a thing would be highly offensive to most people, but it must be allowed.

    • yttik says:

      “The 1st Ammendment is pretty clear on freedom of religion”

      It is, but it only prohibits government from establishing or impeding the free exercise of it. The rest of us are free to protest and criticize all we want.

      • Captain Quark says:

        Indeed. But the Jihad Watch crowd asked the city and state government to prohibit the building of a mosque, which seems pretty obviously inconsistent with both the establishment and free exercise clauses.

        • yttik says:

          You actually do not have the Constitutional right to build anything, even if it involves practicing your religion.

    • catarina says:

      Is freedom to build an enormous fucking Islamic monument in place of a building damaged by insane Muslims during a horrific terror attack that killed three thousand people in the constitution to?

      Asshole.

      • Captain Quark says:

        Yes, it’s freedom, and it’s Constitutionally protected. So is making a film that portrays Muhammad as a debauched pervert. You can’t consistently forbid one and not the other.

        • carol haka says:

          If the media ever told about the pedophilia and other perversion that goes on in Afghanistan,etc. Most would vote to drop the bomb. The media is too chickenshit to tell. Pam Geller has more balls than anyone I’ve ever heard of. She reports their savage crimes. Its a wonder she is still alive. 👿

    • yttik says:

      There is nothing more important than our right in the US to criticize religion and exercise our free speech rights.

      It’s just appalling that so many people don’t seem to get that.

      • carol haka says:

        Well don’t look now because drudge is reporting that the film-maker is under arrest. How are they now going to square the new film coming out in a week or so about the rescue of the captured americans in Iran and the movie about killing of bin laden? Someone is thinking very far in advance. That film-maker is now a political prisoner. Hillary and dipshit have put a bounty on his head. I’m too mad about everything – I need to start studying my finance. I can’t change. Stupid

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