Thursday, July 25, 2013

Sarah AB’s Complaint


Her Fragrance has another dig at the Guardian, in a piece titled “Giraldi on Veterans Today – and Richard Falk on Truth Jihad”, merits of which I won’t even dispute: Veterans Today is clearly a dubious outfit. But Mizz AB’s guilt by association is rather pot and kettle, if you just consider what company she keeps on Harry’s Gutterthreads.

Here’s a quick exchange in the comment section:

Adrian Morgan:

But look at some of the crap that gets posted in the comments here whenever Islam is mentioned!

 

Marinara Dong (in reply to that comment):

Islam is a steaming pile of bullshit. An intolerant, totalitarian, unchanging, intransigent, international cult of authoritarianism, misogyny, repression and bloodlust.

 

Unscramble my name to find out who I'm quoting :>)

 

Unscramble ‘Marinara Dong’ and you get Adrian Morgan, who then retorts:

Adrian Morgan:

Nothing wrong with criticising an ideology. But that isn't what happens for many in the comments, is it? Recently, comments along the lines of "they have it coming to 'em" are not criticisms of an ideology, but essentialising of all Muslims, you sneering prat (who probably thinks we should all have voted for Ken Livingstone).

 

Adrian: “Islam is a steaming pile of bullshit. An intolerant, totalitarian, unchanging, intransigent, international cult of authoritarianism, misogyny, repression and bloodlust”, is NOT essentialising of all Muslims? It’s, erm, reasoned critique of an ‘ideology’?

 

Sarah, as long as you allow mental spastics and racists like Adrian to comment freely (and w/o opposition from you), why should anyone take your jibes at the Guardian seriously? You see, anyone would think that the Guardian needs constant castigating for its anti-Zionist stance but that crapolas genre Adrian (and the hordes like him) have to be tolerated at the Brown Sauce because no matter how putrid their views are, at least they’re 100 % pro-Zionist!

 

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