Of Course I’m an Islamaphobe


Politicians and the media are quick to label anyone an Islamaphobe in their vain attempts to slander those that might actually think that Islam has become a threat to civilization, but using that term only shows what slimy, vile people these apologists truly are.

All of these terrorist attacks that we’ve been enduring over the last 40 years couldn’t possibly have anything to do with a religion that declares the death sentence on all non-believers. You’d have to be an Islamaphobe to connect those dots.

Islam is anti-gay, anti-free speech, anti-Semitic, racist, misogynistic, pedophilic, insanely violent and against pretty much everything else that a sane, civilized person believes in, so to oppose it would be a perfectly rational response. Everyone should fear a group that would strap a bomb on a 10 year old girl, send her in to a crowded market and remotely detonate the bomb. Not fearing such dangerous lunatics is insane. Oh, but not for the cowardly, wormlike leaders of the west, who are crawling all over each other to make excuses for the terrorists and embrace them in to their communities.

If you’ve got an IQ on the north side of 50, then you should proudly label yourself an Islamaphobe, because not fearing an entity that has a prime directive to kill you, end civilization and return the world to the 12th century, is simply ignorant and quite possibly a sign of mental illness.


Pitbull Apologist Reaches New Level of Stupidity

In a 12/9/15 letter to the editor of the Grand Forks Herald, an insane Pitbull owner by the name of Jennie Belanus defended the bloodthirsty beasts as suffering from ‘racism.’

The author starts by providing a few choice anecdotes about Pitbulls as saviors. As if that doesn’t provide enough hilarity, she then confuses breed with race, claiming discrimination against these poor family oriented hug machines.

Next, she goes on to teach us all a little history lesson, one that is far from reality, but anyone who would defend these monsters probably isn’t college material. As most idiotic Pitbull apologists do, she made up stories and statistics, claiming there was only one known pitbull attack prior to 1980. A quick perusal of fatal Pitbull attack data proves otherwise.

I imagine her next letter will be to her congressperson to ask to enact hate crime legislation against the pitbull race and establishment of a local chapter of PLM, aka Pitbull Lives Matter. Fortunately, she did close with one good piece of advice when she recommended banning all “bad dog-owners”, which I cannot argue with. Maybe we could start with her.