It’s entertaining listening to the hypocritical sniveling of people who are far too cowardly to criticize the violent fanatics of Islam. The more that the latest Muslim atrocities (and they perpetrate atrocities every single day) highlight the cowardice of their enablers the louder those gutless hypocrites howl in an attempt to deflect attention from their own craven behavior.
Here are some quick smackdowns that let you, too, join in the fun of casually dismissing the wimpy excuses of these would-be Kapos who hope Muslim fanatics will attack the rest of us first.
GUTLESS HYPOCRITE COMMENT: Dude, like, we shouldn’t like, let the actions of SOME Muslims, like, color our feelings about, like, all of the Muslim world.
SMACKDOWN: Tell them that the minute sniveling little shits like them stop acting like the actions of SOME Americans, or SOME white people, or SOME Christians or SOME cops represent the actions of ALL Americans, or ALL white people, or ALL Christians or ALL cops you’ll consider that. (HINT: Cowardly hypocrites will NEVER stop making sweeping negative generalizations about Americans or white people or Christians or cops so there is no danger of ever having to deal with a followup on this one. The reason they won’t stop? Because it’s SAFE to generalize about those targets.)
GUTLESS HYPOCRITE COMMENT: Dude, it is so totally not awesome to, like, discuss actions that would affect ALL Muslims after violent incidents that involve, like, some people who just happen to be Muslims.
SMACKDOWN: This one is just a variation of the first one (gutless hypocrites are very unoriginal thinkers). The smackdown is: So you’re saying it’s wrong to discuss actions that would affect ALL gun owners after violent incidents that involve some people who just happen to be gun owners?
GUTLESS HYPOCRITE COMMENT: Dude, people shouldn’t be allowed to criticize Islam because you can’t, like, shout “fire” in a crowded theater. (This one will be accompanied by one of those looks that lets you know the gutless hypocrite who said this thinks it’s a Really Deep Thought instead of the easily dismissed excuse that it really is.)
SMACKDOWN: Yes you CAN shout “fire” in a crowded theater IF THERE’S A FIRE! Even if it APPEARS there is a fire (excessive smoke, etc) you have a responsibility to speak out so other theatergoers are made aware of the danger and can take appropriate action. Cowardly apologists for Islam act like Muslim violence is purely hypothetical and that there’s never been any real-world violence from Muslim fanatics.
GUTLESS HYPOCRITE COMMENT: Dude, are you, like, implying we should commit certain acts against Muslims?
SMACKDOWN: Nope. Cowardly enablers of Muslim violence always act like the only two options are: 1) Do and say and write absolutely NOTHING about Muslim intolerance or 2) Wage all-out war. If people in the Western Democracies would start verbally holding Islam as accountable as other faiths for its homophobia, misogyny and other forms of intolerance the message might get through with no need for any violence.
Trouble is, cowardly apologists for Islam are too timid to even use WORDS against Muslim intolerance. Unfortunately, with religious fanatics if you are too frightened to use WORDS against them you will eventually have to use MORE than words against them. And we’ve seen that collaborators with Islam are far too spineless to ever use more than words, hence their pre-emptive surrender.
As always, call me an anarchist if you want to, or a socialist or a discordianist or even a Satanist but do NOT call me a liberal. American liberals have made that word synonymous with cowardly hypocrisy, pompous snobbery and laughable pretentiousness.
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