Terrorists “co-exist” in Massachusetts

Dhimmitude in Princess Fluffy Bunny worldview

COEXIST

It started with the vile headline in Salon, “Let’s Hope the Boston Marathon Bomber Is a White American.” by the white American writer David Sirota. Obviously this is as objectionable and outrageous as if the writer had expressed the hope that the bomber had been Muslim, or Jew or Gay. But I guess they don’t see it that way. Dhimmitude reigns.

We all know that there is an extraordinary aversion to using the M… word or I… word in relation to terrorism, especially by the Fairfax press and our ABC. But this sickness is just as prevalent in the USA. Mark Steyn, in his inimitable manner, analyses Sirota’s dilemma:

Twenty-four hours later, Mr. Sirota had a second feather in his cap. The two suspects in the Boston bombing turned out to be Caucasian males — that’s to say, males from the Caucasus, specifically the North Caucasus, Chechnya by way of Dagestan. Unfortunately for his delicate sensitivities, the two Caucasians were also Muslims. 

But that was not the end of ironies for Steyn. The two Chechen brothers stole a get-away car:

And, in their final hours of freedom, they added a cruel bit of mockery to their crimes by carjacking a getaway vehicle with a “Co-exist” bumper sticker. Oh, you must have seen them: I bet David Sirota has one. The “C” is the Islamic crescent, the “O” is the hippy peace sign; the “X” is the Star of David, the “T” is the Christian cross; I think there’s some LGBT, Taoist, and Wiccan stuff in there, too. They’re not mandatory on vehicles in Massachusetts; it just seems that way.
I wonder, when the “Co-exist” car is returned to its owner, whether he or she will keep the bumper sticker in place. One would not expect him to conclude, as the gays of Amsterdam and the Jews of Toulouse and the Christians of Egypt have bleakly done, that if it weren’t for that Islamic crescent you wouldn’t need a bumper sticker at all. But he may perhaps have learned that life is all a bit more complicated than the smiley-face banalities of the multicultists.

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