Little Green Footballs

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

When (Little Green) Footballers attack

Where could these frat boys have possibly got their racist inspiration from?

(hat tip AJB)

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, this proves LGF supports random attacks on Arabs and Muslims.

Anonymous said...

When did Islam become a race?

Anonymous said...

From the article...

"said those arrested are accused of beating three Palestinian students with fists, feet and brass knuckles while calling them "terrorists" and using racial slurs"

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
When did Islam become a race


It's not. Neither is Judaism.

But you and your pals at LGF, Memri, etc. do their best to confuse it with one.

The one thing all these Israeli dick sucking neocunts seem to assume is that Islam is a monolithic culture and anybody who grows up in a Muslim country shares in some kind of "culture of death", that "culture" is destiny.

Anonymous said...

"When did Islam become a race


It's not. Neither is Judaism."

Wow, talk about a strawman... an anti-jooo strawman at that.

But the question remains, "where did these frat boys get their isnpiration?"

~9/11
~7/7
~3/11
Just off the top of my head.

Try travelling as an infidel to an islamic land and see how much better you are treated..... better yet, ask the people in the WTC what they think of muslims.

Anonymous said...

Wow, talk about a strawman... an anti-jooo strawman at that.


Damn. It's tough to keep track of what's "anti-semitic" these days.

Saying "judaism isn't a race" is now anti-semitic.

I'll have to update my bookmarks.

better yet, ask the people in the WTC what they think of muslims.


God yer stupid. Here you go providing an example of exactly what I'm saying. Since you consider all Muslims to be responsible for 9/11, for all practical purposes you consider Islam a race.

Fucking dumbass neocons. No wonder you can't win elections.

Anonymous said...

Try travelling as an infidel to an islamic land

Which "Islamic land" are you talking about?

Turkey? Indonesia? Syria? Saudi Arabia? Iran?

Traveling in Saudi Arabia (our ally) is a hell of a lot more difficult for an "infidel" than travelling in Indonesia.

Travelling in Turkey is a lot *less* difficult than travelling in Russia. I know American Jews who can't even get into Israel because of their political histories. Travelling in the United States for most Muslims is living hell. Switching airports in the United States if you're a Canadian of Syrian descent is likely to get you tortured.

So why not specify which fucking country you're talking about.

Fucking Fucking Fucking Fucking Stupid People. FUCK. How do people like you even figure out how to turn on a computer.

Anonymous said...

Wow, talk about a strawman... an anti-jooo strawman at that.

I think you'll find that the original "when did Islam become a race?" was the strawman. No-one on LGFW claimed otherwise or did I miss that?

yodaking said...

Fucking Fucking Fucking Fucking Stupid People. FUCK. How do people like you even figure out how to turn on a computer.

I think you missed the point of that poster....

You really think a Hassidic jew would be treated better in downtown Nablus, Syria, Iran, Saudi Arabia, or Egypt....

say versus a muslim with in the United States?

You're not actually trying to equate religious tolerance in the Middle East at large versus America are you?

Anonymous said...

"Try travelling as an infidel to an islamic land"

That was the original statement. When did the Hassidic community get involved. The statement was clear, that the poster should try it not anyone else. As he pointed out the differences between Islamic countries he answered the question pretty well. But you had to move the goalposts eh?

Anonymous said...

"You're not actually trying to equate religious tolerance in the Middle East at large versus America are you?"

As far as I can see he/she is simply pointing out that 'Islamic lands' is such a vague description and the whole "go there and try it argument' so tired and intellectually redundant that he/she believes that the original poster is an idiot. I think that came accross pretty well.

Anonymous said...

As far as I can see he/she is simply pointing out that 'Islamic lands' is such a vague description and the whole "go there and try it argument' so tired and intellectually redundant that he/she believes that the original poster is an idiot. I think that came accross pretty well.

"Islamic Lands" vague?
Okay, say Eygpt, Syria, Iran, West Bank, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, Saudi Arabia, Lybia....Still confused? Or are you the type that says "The Western World" is vauge because of geographical location of Cuba?

That was the original statement. When did the Hassidic community get involved. The statement was clear, that the poster should try it not anyone else. As he pointed out the differences between Islamic countries he answered the question pretty well. But you had to move the goalposts eh?

I used Hassidic to emphasize the contrast. If you don't like using Hassidics (a large population in Los Angeles) Say Christian in Nablus or say Bethlaham. Christian in rural Indonesia, Hindus in Kashmir, Jews in Mecca....

In Recap.

1) Term Muslim Lands is confusing?
No.
2) Said Muslim lands have equal religious tolerance as the United States
No.

Anonymous said...

"Islamic lands" are confusing when you telling somebody to 'go there and try travelling' when you're doing it on a blog and you don't know who the other person is. Perhaps you don't grasp the difference between countries like Morrocco and Iran or Turkey and Saudi Arabia but there is a huge difference and just using the 'go there and try it' argument is intellectually comparable to dribbling spit covered Cheetos on your keyboard.

Anonymous said...

"Islamic lands" are confusing when you telling somebody to 'go there and try travelling' when you're doing it on a blog and you don't know who the other person is.

That's fine, you have trouble understanding a laymen use of the term Islamic Lands. Elitist liberals often elevate terms above common sense.

Perhaps you don't grasp the difference between countries like Morrocco and Iran or Turkey and Saudi Arabia but there is a huge difference and just using the 'go there and try it' argument is intellectually comparable to dribbling spit covered Cheetos on your keyboard.

Of course there is a difference between Arab countries - but that's not what we're talking about here is it?

The point being made is about religious tolerance - and the poster's thesis is that 'Islamic Lands' are no where as religiously tolerant as Western Civilization (let me exclude cuba so you don't confuse the term "Western")

sigh...