A Beheading In Oklahoma

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15 Responses to A Beheading In Oklahoma

  1. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    Bill is (as always) spot-on when he points out how the media avoids calling this domestic terrorist out for what he truly is.

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  2. Josh says:

    “ … reporting unpleasant facts is not allowed in the era of Obama because if unpleasant facts were reported in the era of Obama there wouldn’t be an era of Obama.”

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  3. conservalicious says:

    I also think political correctness keeps the media from reporting the real facts. This is now starting to show how dangerous P.C. can be. The terrorist and grievance industry groups have become masterful in knowing how to use it to their advantage.

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  4. Moishe Pipik says:

    Nice, but I wish he had said Rosie O’Donnell (for example) than Barbra Streisand!

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    • stella says:

      I used to love Barbra, but she has turned into a liberal shrew. Her talent is outstanding. Rosie is just a hack all the way around.

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  5. michellc says:

    He also was demanding his co-workers call him Muhammad.

    Then there are ample stories of the mosque he attended teaching what the “moderates” call “radical” Islam. Not many if any mainstream media are covering this.

    CAIR is now claiming they’re receiving threatening voice mails. I’m not going to deny that there is anger in Oklahoma because there is. It is possible these voice mails are legit. It is also very possible that CAIR has manufactured the threats, it wouldn’t be the first time. I’m waiting to see if the media is going to run with that story.

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  7. Bill missed a few details. The musloid did target Colleen because she filed a complaint about his harassment; it wasn’t random. The musloid was not fired, but instead was suspended. The musloid attacked her from behind – literally stabbed her in the back and then hacked off her head.

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  8. Ted says:

    Bill is one of my favorite commentators these days so it pains me to see him to succumb to political correctness. I’m sorry but Nidal Hassan was not an “identical” Islamic murderer. Nidal Hasan’s ethnicity was Palestinian and he was raised in a Muslim home. Alton Nolen was black and a recent convert to Islam after spending time in prison for assaulting a cop. In fact, the Cleveland County prosecutor has said anti-white racism was likely a motivating factor in Nolen’s attack. Radical Islam and black liberation politics go hand-in-hand, they both have the same enemy. Could there be a correlation when 40% of U.S. born converts to Islam are black? Do we think we can at least have an honest conversation about the high rate of crime and violence in the black community, the percentage of blacks that feel this country is inherently unfair in it’s distribution of wealth and justice, and the and the lure of radicalized movements as a means of empowerment against the “white establishment”? Unfortunately, I think the answer is no since the threat of being white and being labelled a racist is the third rail in public discourse.

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    • stella says:

      I doubt that “political correctness” had anything to do with Bill’s take on this crime. He was addressing the political correctness of the media, and government officials, because they have characterized, in both of these cases, a jihadi crime as “workplace violence”.

      Bill has never been afraid to discuss problems with the black community, so I doubt he is afraid of it in this instance. I’m sure you’ve seen his Afterburner about Trayvon Martin, called “The Lynching”. It simply wasn’t the primary point he was making this time.

      I imagine that the reason why so many blacks have converted to Islam is because the Islamic outreach is so strong in prisons.

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      • Ted says:

        Stella, your point about Bill is noted. Yes, I did see The Lynching and it was excellent. I also give credit to this website as one of the few places that isn’t afraid of presenting all the facts on issues and events that relate to race.

        I was really taking exception to Bill mistakenly saying Hasan and Nolen were identical Islamic murderers when the distinction between them is important. It’s easy to see how Hasan, of Palestinian heritage and raised on the Quran, could identify himself more as a Muslim than an American. To him, the murders were a Jihad against Western Christianity, his part in centuries old battle to establish the Caliphate and honor Allah.

        Does anyone really think Nolen had that same motivation. Raised as a Christian and only a recent convert to Islam, was his motivation for the greater good of Islam or was it more personal. Did Islam create the hatred in Nolen or did it just provide a convenient platform for long standing grievances against “The Man.” You see a similar tinderbox of latent violence waiting for the right spark in the Ferguson rioters, most of whom I doubt would identify identify as Muslim.

        I think after years of entitlements and affirmative action messaging telling people they’ve been wronged and they’re owed, the words of one of our favorite, race-baiting reverends are coming true…”the chickens are coming home to roost”,

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        • stella says:

          I think that Islam provided the impetus for his actions, and that is what is important. Nolen is a small cog in a big wheel here, regardless of what you think about his race, upbringing, etc.

          Both of these men are tools of Islam against the Great Satan; that is their only importance here.

          Don’t forget that there are young men of other races who are traveling to the Middle East to fight with ISIS. We need to concentrate on why this happening, not on the people who are participating.

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          • Ted says:

            That’s where we disagree. I don’t think we know that Islam was the only impetus for Nolen’s actions. Moreover, I can’t say with certainty that Islam was the only reason for Hasan’s actions. I think we have much more evidence it was but maybe he was just pissed at the way he thought he was being treated on the base. All we can say with certainty is that they are both psychopaths as their dictated by their actions.

            However, not investigating the “who” is involved in a crime won’t get us to a “why” it occurred. Just because we might not like the answer isn’t a reason not to ask the question.

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            • stella says:

              The point is interesting, and something a commentator might cover in an essay. Bill was producing a video, however, of limited length, about media bias as it pertains to the crime, and not the perpetrator of the crime, per se. You assumed he was being “politically correct”. I think the reason he didn’t cover the subject as you expected is that he had a different goal in this video than you expected.

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