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Thursday, 11 June 2009

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Shooting

A National Socialist called James von Brunn walked into the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. late yesterday and opened fire with a rifle.

Von Brunn is 88 years old, and has been described as a 'hardcore neo-Nazi'. His rampage left a security guard, Stephen T. Johns, dead.

Fortunately, he was badly wounded by two other guards before he could kill anyone else.

An event like this is tragic, and puts the dangers of extremism and being blinded by ideology into a great deal of perspective.

But it seems that some sections of the media are portraying this maniac, a committed Nazi, as simply an ambiguous 'Right-wing extremist' - and going as far as to suggest that if conservatives didn't exist, if we all loved Obama or Islam more, the world wouldn't be such a bad place and people like this wouldn't exist.

What nonsense. Vlad Tepes writer ' jdamn' claims that some of Von Brunn's disgusting writings have been quoted to him by Muslims during past arguments.

This stuff includes, apparently, not only anti-semitism and denial of the Holocaust, but unadulterated hatred of Christianity. He also loathed, amongst others, George W. Bush and John McCain.

Barack Obama said he was 'saddened' by the shooting, but you have to wonder.

Wasn't it Jeremiah Wright, the black racist Obama spent over 20 years listening to, who recently said something like 'Obama doesn't talk to me anymore, the Jews don't allow it?' The black supremacist and racist movements are well known for their anti-semitism.

Didn't Obama very recently show the soles of his shoes in a photograph taken whilst he was on the phone to the Israeli government?

Wasn't it just yesterday that Obama's lackeys told Benjamin Netanyahu that he had no right to be involved in deciding the fate of his nation's capital, Jerusalem, with George Mitchell saying:

We are going to change the world. Please, don’t interfere.”

Whatever MSM commentators seem to think, anti-semitism's growth is mainly on the Left. That is where the real danger lies, for it is where the power lies - and the existence and actions of scum such as von Brunn does not change that.


Random THoughts said...

what are you talking about, this has nothing to do with Islam or Muslims. Oh yeah, he argued with Muslims in the past and he went and killed him. haha. This guy was a fanatic, extremist Christian. End of story

The Venerable 1st Earl of Cromer said...

A better question might be what are you talking about?

Firstly, I never said the shooter had anything to do with Islam or Muslims - I said the murderers views matched those of many Muslims, despite the fact the media is having a go at conservatives and the moderate Right.

Secondly, he was a neo-Nazi. I think you'll find that he detested Christianity (as did the actual Nazis) and in no was was a Christian.

He has a website you can reach through the 'Vlad Tepes' link if you don't believe me.

Perhaps I could write you a simplified version, or is this explanation sufficient?

Derius said...

Why, the death toll since 2001 from "extremist Christians" must be upwards of 5 or 6 by now. Whereas, only about 13,000 terror attacks since 2001 have been commited by Muslim jihadists, and, if we count Somalia and Sudan, a couple of hundred thousand deaths.

Random THoughts said...

Derius.......did you forgot to mentions millions in Iraq, afghanistan, or were those in War? but aren't the extrismist in war with the West? then their justified. Just being logical here, I don't support any killings. And are you only counting since 2001, what about before? boy o boy, don't let me even start that. Don't you see here, both sides can be extremists. Come on,are you going to play they did this we did this. come on.

Derius said...

Random Thoughts,

What exactly are you trying to argue here? Are you seriously trying to say that Christian extremists are just as prevailent as Islamic Jihadists?

In Afghanistan, the Taliban have inflicted great suffering on the population there. And the last time I looked, the Taliban weren't Christian.

And for your reference, the majority of attacks on Muslims in Iraq are currently being commited by other muslims. And the Christians there are being persecuted by Muslims as well. So please cut out the religious equivalence arguments, because they simply don't stand up to the facts.