When terrorism is not terrorism!?

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  1. righteousdude2

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    http://www.breitbart.com/big-govern...or-isis-cop-shooter-does-not-represent-islam/

    Let's see if I get this right. The gunman is dressed is Muslim robe/garb .... he admits he shot at the cop because the cops are not approved by the Koran .... he tells the investigators he is a follower of ISIS ..... and he AMBUSHED the cop for Allah.?

    In my book, that sort of smacks of Islam? But, not in the minds of the liberal politicians. It is so comforting to finally have leaders that can cut through the lies of these Muslim wannabe's! I felt much safer knowing that the shooter wasn't a "lone wolf" terrorist trying to kill our men and women in blue!

    How about you? Are the leaders of our big cities and the nation, delusional? Or are they doing us a favor by keeping the public from freaking out with anti-Muslim sentiment? You tell me. Was the mayor TOO POLITICALLY CORRECT?
     
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    Come on, just because I might wear a Yankees jacket & hat and spend $200 to go to a Yankess game, does not mean I am a Yankees fan......
     
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    The mayor must have gotten the crib notes from the Oregon terrorist situation.;)
     
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    That's right!!!:rolleyes:
     
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    Most acts of terrorism in America are committed by white men who are “religiously motivated and politically conservative,” a psychology professor recently taught his students, adding that “9/11 is basically the only act of foreign-born terrorism that has ever happened in the United States.”

    The “Introduction to Psychology” lesson was given by Dr. Ross Avilla, a lecturer at the University of California-Merced, who backed up his argument by telling his class about a white Christian man who shot up the Texas statehouse with an AK-47 – an incident which in fact never took place.

    “Ninety percent [of U.S. terrorist attacks] are from these white Caucasian men,” Avilla told his class. “And by the way I am not saying white men are evil – but that is what we should be thinking about. Usually they are people who are religiously motivated and politically conservative.”

    Continue . . . http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/25808/

    Sounds like your kind of professor Zaac. ;)
     
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    Are you presenting data that says that most domestic terrorism isn't committed by white men who are “religiously motivated and politically conservative,”?
     
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    Nope just submitting more proof that radical collectivists posing as liberals like this professor are pretty clever when it comes to projecting their own fears, hatred and racism on others.

    Then they turn around and demonize those they have projected their fears, hatred and racism on as the "bad guys". It's not all that different from what the neocons do.

    Not only is this type of "psychology" dangerous because it serves to keep us all fearful and suspicious of one another it's down right dishonest.
     
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    He's doing the same thing that the radical collectivists posing as conservatives ( Fox News pundits, "conservative" talk radio hosts, radicalized right, etc.) are doing by, in your words, projecting their own fears, hatred and racism on others.
    I've been saying for years that it's the same thing. What Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton do is the same thing that Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Megyn Kelley, Bill O'Reilly, Donald Trump and so many others on the right do. The folks on the right just seem to think they are better and can't accept that the guys on the right are inciting them the same way the guys on the left are inciting the left.

    No more dishonest than a lot of the stuff that gets said about President Obama. The radical right has been dishing out its own brand of dishonest "psychology" for decades now.
     
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    If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear. George Orwell.
     
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