Buzzfeed Weighs In On Terror

Steve Goddard on Twitter: “Miriam found a way to blame a massive Islamic terror attack on white people, so she earned her pay for the day.… “

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19 Responses to Buzzfeed Weighs In On Terror

  1. GCSquared says:

    Obama, HRC and others said that the victims were just “Easter worshippers”. Why would anyone think they were Christian, much less non-white? Sounds racist.

  2. Scott says:

    How come this blog is not listed on Climate Depot anymore?

  3. rah says:

    Sick racists. So tired of them. So tired of those that tear down statues of people who did things they consider “racists” when in fact the damned word and the concept as we know it today, didn’t even exist when those people were alive.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Sick racists, and clueless morons, too. “Progressive” can’t decide if it’s ok to be angry about Christians being murdered around the world because they must first consider the skin color of those killed. They also must measure and judge the proper degree of outrage about the murders.

      There is a racist angle to everything for these sick bastards.

      Christianity under attack? Sri Lanka church bombings stoke far-right anger in the West.
      By Adam Taylor and Rick Noack
      April 22 at 11:31 AM
      The Washington Post

      Sunday’s bombings in Sri Lanka marked the country’s deadliest violence in a decade, leaving 290 dead and more than 500 injured. But the attacks, which targeted a religious minority in a predominantly Buddhist country, also resonated abroad — especially in Europe.

      To some, it was further proof that Christians in many parts of the world are under attack. Several churches were targeted in Sunday’s bombing attacks, along with hotels and a banquet hall. At one Catholic church in Negombo, more than 100 people were killed. The attack took place on Easter, one of the most important dates on the Christian calendar.

      [emphasis in bold is mine]

      To some? To some?! What a bunch of brainless hacks.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        I forgot heartless. Heartless, brainless hacks.

        And these pitiful wretches somehow manage to think of themselves as our betters, sitting in judgment of us.

        Don’t ask how I really feel about them.

        • Jason Calley says:

          Hey Gator! Everyone has seen the old three monkeys picture of “hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil.” We need a new picture for the SJWs. Maybe a picture from the Wizard of OZ, with the Tin Man, Scarecrow and Lion. The caption would read, “Progressives: Heartless, Brainless, and Coward”.

      • Gator says:

        What? It wasn’t “Christians” that were attacked, it was “Easter worshippers”. The anti-bunny crowd got violent.

  4. M says:

    Tony- love your blog and I’m incredibly thankful for your research and (often) thankless efforts against propaganda and for actual science. I thought the cause was lost tbh, and you’ve renewed my hopes.

    But I do wish this blog was 100% climate focused.

    It’s not that I necessarily disagree with or dispute any of the other stuff you post, but just my 2¢: it would make your posts more shareable and effective if they were purely focused on addressing the truth about climate speculation.

    I think you already do a fantastic job keeping this conversation apolitical 90% of the time, and I know that’s probably pretty tough. But I think going 100% apolitical would be beneficial for the work you’re doing. That 10% is preventing me from sharing your work with more of my network, and I suspect that other folks who really want to help may have had the same experience.

    Happy to share some specific examples of what I mean if you’d be willing to hear me out.

    Thanks again for all that you do, and keep up the great work!

    • Gator says:

      I wish climate science was 100% climate focused, but it is not, and you cannot have a meaningful conversation about it without bringing up the politics involved.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey M! I don’t pretend to speak for Tony, but I understand your feelings. You are not the first to suggest the same idea, but I think you may be mistaken. Those of us who have followed the CAGW movement for some time have mostly (although I am sure there must be some rare exceptions) come to the same conclusion, that the force pushing the movement is not based at all on the facts of the matter, but is instead a political force which utilizes pseudo-science for its own purpose. It would be simple to yell “conspiracy theory” at this point, but such things have a history of happening. The pseudo-science of phrenology and racial morphology was used by supremacists to “prove” that some races were superior to others. The pseudo-science of Lysenkoism was used to “prove” the malleability of the new Soviet man. Now we have CAGW, a supposedly scientific movement which supports the idea that almost all of human progress must be brought under political control. Call it conspiracy or not, the fact is that such things have happened before.

      I wish — I REALLY wish! — that CAGW could be refuted by strictly scientific means, by a reliance on strict and accurate use of data and the scientific method. For some years I thought that was possible. I no longer believe that because time after time we have seen facts ignored in favor of political power. I wish that science and politics could be separated, but when political grants of money and power go to support a “scientific” hypothesis, what you end up with is a political process, not a scientific one. Like it or not (and I don’t like it) there is a political component to this subject which cannot be ignored.

    • Colorado Wellington says:


      Many skeptics would like the same but here is your problem:

      The climate agenda has been captured by the Left decades ago. I wish it weren’t so but it doesn’t matter what I want because Leftist organizers are not going to let go of it. Why would they? It’s their best shot at winning and turning societies totalitarian.

      The few thinking Leftists at the top of the Socialist movement have strategically planned the takeover of the “green” agenda since the 1970s. They succeeded beyond any expectations and I’m sure you know that these coldly calculating leaders are not going to be swayed by your “apolitical” scientific discussion points.

      That leaves their unthinking, emotional, “idealistic” followers as your best target audience. Good luck with trying to make them think by sending them logical arguments of any kind.

    • rah says:

      In short. The Climate wars are political wars. It will be in the halls of government power where the decisions are made that effect our lives and not in the Ivory towers.

  5. Andy DC says:

    The global warming/global warming movement is clearly linked at the hip with a radical movement that wants to destroy our Constitutionally guaranteed rights and impose a communist dictatorship. All under the guise of a non-existent climate crisis.

    I used to criticize Tony for politicizing the climate change issue, but no more. The other side has left us with no other choice.

  6. just a thought says:

    I think it reveals a lot about Mz. Elder’s world view that she directs her faux outrage at Trump, rather than the Islamofacist scum who did the killing.

    Does she anywhere even identify who the perps are, or is she afraid of being accused of Islamophobia? Probably far less important to her than getting others to share her hates. In fact, she could probably give a sermon indistinguishable from that of one of the terrorist imams.

    Not fooling anyone but yourself and a few like minded lunatics, crazy lady.

  7. Jeff Jones says:

    Over 400 attacks on Christian churches around the world in the past couple years buy “the religion of peace”.

  8. Justa Joe says:

    Being a leftard is easy. If Trump had been more demonstrable about the Muslim Easter terror wave then this ditz would have just accused him of Islamophobia.

    If the New Zealand thing was the motivation for the the Islamists to attack Sri Lanka wouldn’t that make Ilhan Omar partly responsible? She stoked the flames of Muslim hatred and vengeance.

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