Monday, July 31, 2006

Did You Know?

That the fruitloop who attacked five people at the Jewish Federation of Seattle last Friday was a recent convert from Islam to Christianity. At the risk of diminishing the seriousness of the incident, it only proves that crazies are crazies regardless of which religious hat they wear.

Or that Israel actively helped Hamas get its start in Palestinian politics? Nations and people always reap what they sow.

28 Comments:

At 6:34 AM, August 01, 2006 , Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

I remember the pictures of Rummy shaking hands with Saddam.

 
At 6:59 AM, August 01, 2006 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

Another great example of reaping what you sow.

 
At 7:39 AM, August 01, 2006 , Blogger Chris said...

Hey, my cat's name is Fruitloop. He's never attacked anything in his life but my poor defenseless toes...

We do reap what we sow. What comes around goes around. But... A recent convert to ANYTHING is the most zealous, and dangerous. The guy who just quit smoking is probably the one who will most strictly enforce the smoking laws. The new guy in the club knows all the rules. So I guess it doesn't surprise me that the "zany got a gun" is a convert.

 
At 10:44 AM, August 01, 2006 , Blogger bombsoverbaghdad said...

Ideas can never be killed.

 
At 11:04 AM, August 01, 2006 , Blogger Reign of Reason said...

You know my feeling on religion...

Most folks try to glean some useful (moral) teachings from their faith. It can help them to be better people.

However, many use religion as a stick: a justification for bigotry and violence.

It has NO place in governance.

We're seeing a mini-resurgence of this crap partly because we have a fearless leader who encourages irrationality.

 
At 11:28 AM, August 02, 2006 , Blogger Stalin the Shark said...

So would we be able to call that christian terrorism, then?

Hehe.

:-), StS

 
At 1:05 PM, August 02, 2006 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

Yes we would. :-) I love it.

"It's a problem of ideology. We have to fight the ideology of hate."

 
At 3:38 PM, August 02, 2006 , Blogger Reign of Reason said...

At the least, I'd call most evangelicals 'intellectual terrorists'!!

 
At 4:12 PM, August 02, 2006 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

Hey, they don't deserve to be called intellectual.

 
At 6:35 PM, August 02, 2006 , Blogger Stalin the Shark said...

...or even really Evangelical, since that implies some adherence to that hippie peacenik manifesto, the gospel.

:-), StS

 
At 8:34 PM, August 02, 2006 , Blogger skip sievert said...

Actualy people often do not reap what they sow. The whole Karmic thing is a myth. In fact its taught to frighten people. Kind of like Judge not lest ye be judged. That takes the fun out of living also. Its fun to judge. Thats why the religious people preach against it. They want to hog it all with their own dumb way of thinking about things. --People get away with murder all the time. Our whole economy is based on a sort of murder. -- Murder by stupidity. Stupidity of belief. -- By the way the Hindus were big on that, goes around comes around idea. I am not saying that that religion is more backward than the local middle eastern ones, but it also is one of most disgusting religions ever invented. -- There is an old saying; Behind every great fortune is a hidden crime. If the crime is hidden well enough it is never found out. -- Many wealty people are very expert at this trick. They are only punished usually if they punish themselves for some reason.

 
At 4:51 PM, August 03, 2006 , Blogger Reign of Reason said...

Well, they are not the "intellectuals" ... they "terrorize the intellect"

 
At 2:29 PM, August 04, 2006 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

u are a real dumb ass. american hating assholes like you make the usa a fucked up place to live. go back to your country if you cant handle it here and stop bitching.

 
At 5:08 PM, August 04, 2006 , Blogger Reign of Reason said...

haha...

I see another intellectual has found your blog II...

;)

 
At 8:20 AM, August 07, 2006 , Blogger skip sievert said...

I have to say that Mr. Anonymous probably has his finger on the pulse of the world. If it is possible to connect punishment with actions , we will most likely experience that as a culture. All the murder and mayhem we have created in our quest to make money will , I would think come home to roost soon. Our obvious punishment will be the oil spigot turned off. Another may be the thing that hurts every American more than anything else. Their income. -- Americans are fat, lazy, stupid, ugly, and ignorant. Am I leaving any thing out. Belligerent I guess. The funny thing is that we think we are great. The world is sick of our idiotic belief system. The Judeo/Christian price system template.

 
At 1:08 PM, August 07, 2006 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

I'm always amused when I get crazies like that. :-)

 
At 10:39 AM, August 08, 2006 , Blogger Boris Yeltsin said...

"There is an old saying; Behind every great fortune is a hidden crime. If the crime is hidden well enough it is never found out. -- Many wealty people are very expert at this trick. They are only punished usually if they punish themselves for some reason." - skip sievert

I live in a town where you're either a business owner or an executive for a Fortune 500 company, or you're from the wrong side of the tracks. Around here, the above quote couldn't ring with any more truth! That is the truth. Trouble is, they never tend to punish themselves in a way that involves the betterment of society.

 
At 8:09 PM, August 08, 2006 , Blogger skip sievert said...

There is no way to better society Boris at this time with this system. There is a possibility in the future with a different approach. There is a window. We either shift out of our present system , or we destroy most of the world , and then ourselves. That is the final outcome of our price system. All choices are made to feather ones own nest with more money, and so 99% of choices are made badly, these choices being based on something that is not real.---- This will not change by preaching and moralizing , or by political means. We have to change the Rules of the Game. Then the players will act out differently. -- This can be done. This is the goal of the Technocracy movement. We are a research and educational group.// Moving from a money system to an energy accounting system , gets rid of a lot of the problems and also part of our plan,gets rid of the Politicians, permanently, not to mention the caste or caste system. Can we do it.? It`s worth a try. -- Politics and money are the problem, not the solution. ----/// "They never tend to punish themselves as involves the betterment of Society".? Remember these people are mostly victims,brainwashed, going through the motions. Mehanical. 98% of the people in the U.S. are very much in the dark. Funny isn`t it.? Very potent mind control. Not conspiracy, just ignorance, and fear, and having had their spirit betrayed and broken, to continue on as we are. In a good educational system this ugly dumbing down would stop. Then children would at least have a chance. Now they hardly do.

 
At 6:22 AM, August 18, 2006 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I always find it interesting that you never hear the media say...and it was discovered that serial killer Joe Smith was raised in a atheistic or agnositic home.

But let the guy be raised in a Christian home and then all of a sudden you will hear about what philosophical upbringing he was raised with.

If he was raised in a Christian home then his behavior actually goes against his upbringing...but if he was raised in an atheistic home then his beliefs ultimately are what made him the monster he has become. He is just one animal exercising his right to survival over other weaker animals.

 
At 11:39 PM, August 23, 2006 , Blogger squawpeak said...

Didn't the fruitloop in question state something like..."I'm an American Muslim..." upon entering the building?

How does that jive with your contention that the act was one of Christian terrorism?

If he had left his Muslim belief system for Christianity but was out publicly identifying as Muslim, maybe we should identify him with no religion, just insanity.

 
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