Linked with fewer typos than usual, Pamela Geller has posted her latest outrage (yes, I know they come 300 times a day) at Charles Johnson, "War is Deceit--Little Green Liars":
Geert Wilders is a hunted man. He has lived the past few years with a 24/7/365 security presence. He lives under constant death threat because he speaks the truth about the violent doctrines of Islam. He has given over his life to fight for everything we cherish and hold dear - he is a hero. If the West writes the history books, he will take his place next to Churchill.
This campaign to destroy those fighting the overwhelming tsunami of the islamification of the West is not stupidity - it is evil. We expect such malevolent blathering from leftard apologists for Islamic jihad. But attacks from those that pretend to be part of the counter jihad movement are far more dangerous. Cloaked in an out of date legitimacy that expired well over a year ago, General Charles Sherman slashes and burns the few and the brave in a not so veiled attempt to decimate the ranks of the resistance.
I am surprised LGF even covered the Wilders banning in the UK -- but if you are a pretend counter jihadi, how could you not? So he did -- but not without whimpering exceptions and deceitful qualifiers.
This traitor to the cause would not even put Wilders' name in his headline --"Dutch MP Barred from Entering Britain." Imagine that. "Dutch MP" ... that's like calling Albert Einstein "German born scientist".
War is deceit -- so said the "prophet" Muhammad. I guess Chuck got the memo.
The question is - who's next? Who's left?
In the meantime, let's hope he is exposed for what he is and sticks to what he does best - exposing that scourge of our time - creationism!
"Who's left?" Apparently Andrew Bostom:
Over in the Lost Land of the Mendacious Very Little Green Craven One, and His Mindless Minions, there is a predictably distorted “discussion” of yesterday’s banning of Dutch Parliamentarian Geert Wilders from Britain, where Wilders was slated to show his film Fitna at the House of Lords.
Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer have informed discussions on the subject of Wilder’s banning.
Informed discussions? OK then, let's look at Robert Spencer's:
Ian Buruma said it awhile ago in the New York Times:
Whether Mr. Wilders has deliberately insulted Muslim people is for the judges to decide. But for a man who calls for a ban on the Koran to act as the champion of free speech is a bit rich.
Then Charles Johnson said it yesterday at the once-worthwhile site Little Green Footballs (no link, as the adolescent Johnson has blocked links from this site), as he continued to libel anti-jihadists with false charges of "smelly fascist associations"....
Charles' response? Just a bit in an unrelated thread as of now:
41 Charles 2/11/09 11:21:16 am reply quote
Speaking of hating love, fascist supporters all over the blogosphere are railing against me today, because I dared to criticize Geert Wilders for wanting to ban books and make religions illegal. I'm getting hate vibes through the ether.
And they can bite me.