Thursday, May 1, 2008

Onward Christian Terrorists.

For those unfamiliar with the recent events, it would pay to take a look at this report.

It appears New Zealand has suffered its first ideologically driven act of internal terrorism.

But because the attackers were acting on behalf of Jesus as opposed to say Allah, the peace-nic angle to the attack, will be what the media feeds the public.

All you'll read and hear about will be ‘peace activists’ not ‘home grown Christian terrorists’.

Why so?

The spokesperson for the Aotearoa Ploughshares (the motley leftist group behind the attack) states brazenly “according to the activists they felt they were just being faithful as to how they understand the Gospels and their faith in terms of peace-making and following Jesus”.

That’s identical banter to those grainy videos Islamic terrorists submit to Al Jazeera.

Their religion not only justifies their acts, it was the foundation of them.

Immediately after setting the Kiwi taxpayer back a million bucks with their wanton vandalism, the group built a shrine and knelt in prayer to remember the people killed by United States military activity. Hardly surprisingly, no prayers appeared to have been offered to the victims of al-Qaeda.

Let’s not forget the last audible cockpit voice recordings on September 11th were “god is great” , so drawing divine inspiration before/after attacks is ‘par for the course’ with these zealots.

The job description of Peter Murnane, one of the three terrorists, is Dominican friar.

What would have happened if the same attack was undertaken by a Mullah Mohammed Omar rather than a Friar Murnane?

Would an Islamic clergyman and his associates get away with a plea “we're peace activists, not a terrorists”?

Would the media give three people of Islamic faith such an easy ride, were they to have attacked the same Government facility under indentical circumstances?

Naturally anyone of middle-eastern extraction would be branded terrorists.

And that's what these three guys are - terrorists first, activists second.

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