Posted by Curt on 25 April, 2013 at 8:55 pm. 7 comments already!


Michael Goodwin @ New York Post:

Gone, thankfully, are the days when rape victims routinely were treated as if they deserved it. Perhaps the time also will come when the American people are no longer blamed after terrorists kill them.

We are not there yet.

In a rancid piece of trash that basically calls the Boston terror attack just deserts, a United Nations official says “the American global domination project” is the problem. Richard Falk, a professor at Princeton, urges politicians to “connect the dots” between US foreign policy and terrorism at home.

He asks: “Should we not all be meditating on W.H. Auden’s haunting line: ‘Those to whom evil is done/do evil in return’?”

He predicted “worse blowbacks” and said, “As long as Tel Aviv has the compliant ear of the American political establishment, those who wish for peace and justice in the world should not rest easy.”

Falk, an American ingrate and Arab apologist, has spouted nonsense before, suggesting our government had a hand in 9/11. His new assault appears online in Foreign Policy Journal, where nearly every other article attacks Israel.

As for his UN sinecure, Falk fits right in. Turtle Bay’s main activity these days is siding with Jew-haters and bashing its hosts while demanding that we give them more cash to fund their folly. And we do!

Yet Falk is not the only one with warped views. His praise for President Obama’s apologies to Muslims should give the president reason to pause, but the White House is too busy making sure it passes the test of the Boston bombing trial.

Not so much the test of whether Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is guilty, about which there seems little doubt. Rather, the trial is a test of American values, according to all the president’s men.

Obama himself still refuses to cite Islam as a motive for the bombing, despite the copious evidence investigators and the media have produced. He rushes to judgment only when it suits his worldview.

No doubt the president is hanging back now because he feels the need to protect ordinary Americans from the inconvenient truth. Otherwise, he suggested Friday, their innate bigotry against Islam will burst forth in murderous rage. His political correctness is so extreme as to suggest he imagines that, if Christians and Jews see an Islam connection to terror, they might start wearing suicide belts themselves.

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