Sunday, June 12, 2016

As Far from Micro-Aggression as You Can Get

The terrorist who killed 50 people at a gay night club in Orlando, Florida, apparently identified with radical jihadis:

"During a conference call with federal law enforcement officials a short time ago, Massachusetts State Police and other local law enforcement authorities learned that the Orlando nightclub gunman, during his rampage, pledged allegiance to ISIS and referenced the Tsarnaev brothers," state police spokesman David Procopio said in an e-mail.

And the killer was a registered Democrat. Not that I think that is a connection, but you know it would be flogged to death if he had voted Republican.

We are at war with monsters. They hate everyone.

Why the gay community isn't in the front ranks of urging decisive action to kill jihadis is beyond me.

But then again, I don't understand why feminists aren't militantly anti-jihadi given jihadi views on women.

We have been attacked again. Let's get on with destroying the appeal of militant Islam by smashing them and demonstrating their weakness.

UPDATE: People are generously responding to the call for blood donations in response to the terror attack:

Aerial footage from CNN affiliate WFTV showed hundreds of people lining up at the blood bank to donate. With dozens of people injured and hospitalized there will be an ongoing need for blood.

But I have to ask of the authorities, are they effing stupid?

Have they never heard of terrorists double-tapping their victims by having a follow-up attack to kill first responders?

Or people lined up nice and vulnerable to donate blood?

Authorities should be scattering those people and not bunching them up.

Our enemies probably aren't professional enough to exploit this stupidity--yet.

Have no doubt that our enemies will get smart enough to kill those whose generosity exceeds the intelligence of government authorities who are supposed to protect us.

And thanks to the media for showing where people are lined up.

Nothing is so bad that stupidity can't make it worse.