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Friday, June 29, 2007

How Memes Are Created

Covering the UK car bomb story this morning, CNN seems to keep trying tie this act with the Iraq war, some of it merely on the fact that it reportedly was similiar to an IED. How they are so sure of that, I don't know.

Christiane Amanpour in particular was claiming that the Iraq war was radicalizing people in Britain, although she did admit they were already radicalized. One reason was their anger at the people who were "killing our Muslim brothers".

The name of the blog is "Lattices of Bogosity", and this is the kind of stuff that I am talking about. Not only is this absurd, but is so blatantly absurd, people like Amanpour should be pointing it out:

Al Queda and other radical Islamist groups, and Muslim tyrants have killed their "Muslim brothers" in the millions over the centuries. Hell, its probably in the millions just in the past century.

*Now there is another talking head spouting this illogic.*

Get it through your head; This rhetoric is a pretext. It is right in front of your face if you take 2 seconds to think about. It is meant to justify the unjustifiable and to hide the real agenda, cloaking it in the lofty concept of "resistence."

Radicals have been living and organizing in Britain as parasites for over a decade at least. Before they kept their attacks outside of the country, but they resent the push-back post 9/11 and are now turning against the host body.

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