Hasan Minhaj Nails It On America's Hypocritical (Racist) Response To Terrorism/Violence/Murder, i.e. The Double Standards In Evaluating Murder
I thought I would point out the hypocrisy of the political leaders (& thus any law enforcement they control) have towards the word "radical Islam" as opposed to "radical Chirstianity" which they simply pretend doens't exist.
Reminder: BBC: Profile: Anders Breivik (Killed 77 In Norway) - i.e. largest mass shooting in western world history was a Christian Terrorist (Unless You Take Hitler's Word That He Was A Christian)
McCaul: We need to call out Islamic extremism for what it is Jun. 13, 2016 - 6:33 - Charmain of the House Homeland Security Committee speaks out about the Orlando shooting, threat of ISIS, lone-wolf attacks on 'Special Report'
This is the most revealing comment by McCaul
Fox News Response To Right Wing Christian Terrorist (clear hypocrisy);
Right Wing Terrorist Event:
BBC: Profile: Anders Breivik (Killed 77 In Norway) - i.e. largest mass shooting in world history was a Christian Terrorist
BTW, the hypocrisy of the GOP is mind boggling because another member of this very same committee for years has been a man by the name of Peter King who ACTUALLY supported the ACT of TERROR (A Tactic Used By Terrorist To Cause TerrorIn The Population Which The Media Is Careful To Announce IN Bold Letters So Everyone IS Terrified Thereby Doing Part Of The "Terror" Marketing Themselves - Called "Sensationalism" in General Media - To Make Money) For Them! (bus bombs the IRA used against the British). If the "War On Terror" wasn't pure hypocrisy then Peter King would have been targeted by some drone by now. Proofs;
Peter King's connections to the IRA (Irish Republican Army) who used terror tactics in their war against the British (i.e. PETER KING HAS A CONFIRMED TERRIST PAST AS HE HAS PREVIOUSLY ENDORSED TERRORISM)...
Article 1 on Peter King: But according to experts in counterterrorism law, if the tough-on-terror policies King trumpets today had taken effect a few decades earlier, King himself might have been subject to prosecution. Over parts of three decades, from his days as an aspiring politician in Long Island through his early years in Congress, King was one of the nation's most outspoken supporters of the Irish Republican Army and a prolific fundraiser for the Irish Northern Aid Committee (NorAid), allegedly the IRA's American fundraising arm. The IRA waged a paramilitary campaign against the British presence in Northern Ireland for decades before peace accords were signed in 1998. Part of that effort included bombings and shootings that resulted in civilian deaths in England and Northern Ireland. During the period of King's involvement, the US government accused both NorAid and the IRA of links to terrorism.
Article 2 on Peter King: "The British government is a murder machine," King said. He described the IRA, which mastered the car bomb as an instrument of urban terror, as a "legitimate force."And he compared Gerry Adams, the leader of Sinn Fein, the IRA's political wing, to George Washington.
STEPHEN COLBERT ON PETER KING; As an IRA supporter, Peter King understands the violent radicalism among American Muslims.
A Million Gays to Deny in the Midwest - Indiana Governor Mike Pence signs legislation to protect religious freedom in his state, but the law leads to discrimination against the LGBT community. (6:30)
Notice how the people who this bill was written for were standing around Indiana's Governor Pence when he signed the bill;
Now, notice that this law is to help the above people practice their beliefs without Government interference. IN other words, they wish to practice the religious beliefs of theirs which was outlawed by the US Constitution. Thier religion says you can kill someone who doesn't listen to your priest. The Constitution doesn't allow them to do that. Thier bible tells them they can stone adulterers to death and that pre-marital sex should be punished with death. The Constitution says they cannot go around telling people what to do. Thier religious laws tell them that gays are an abomination. The Constitution says no citizen can be treated badly, period.
In other words, what we have here is a law that limits Constitutional law (!) within his State so that the discrimination allowed by religion, is allowed and this opens the doorway to persecuting gays, to stoning unmarried sexual partners, to keeping slaves as it's all allowed in the bible. What we have stopping this sort of radical religious nonsense from becoming mainstream law for everyone is something called "The Constitution".
Here are Christian Radicals (Fundamentalists) saying it was OK to kill those gay people, i.e. a radical is defined by adherence to outdated beliefs with passion i.e. "fundamentalism". What this tacit seems designed to do is to persecute a whole subset of a population like Hasidic Jews who are the fundamentalists of the Jewish side (notice how all Abrahamic traditions share a common heritage of hate? If you overemphasize one over the other you are creating a bias that isn't born out in the facts... leave out 9/11 and Chritians and Muslim radica);
Baptist pastor supports the killings of gay people in Orlando on religious (Biblical) principle (there are less of these people than before because of the Constitution but the GOP seems to be marketing for a comeback);