Thursday, May 07, 2015

A time to love, and a time to hate


  1. What Geller does is important too. It's a litmus test of whether we are still a free society, of what our government will allow and encourage.

    Lib journalists like to act as if murderous reactions like Garland are inevitable, so we shouldn't "provoke" them, but that's not true by a long shot. We let these "known wolves", like the Tsarnaevs emigrate freely here, as do the lemmings in Europe. Our government de facto outlaws free speech by allowing such creatures to come here and not protecting us. Why would a private citizen risk his own life when he knows his own government has seeded society with murderous thugs like this? Geller's action is not gratuitous rudeness, but a necessary response to recent jihadi actions in formerly free societies.

  2. "You who love the Lord, hate evil" Psalm 97:10

    Ecclesiastes 3:8, as your title says.

    I can see Geller's point (with Gert Wilders and Robert Spencer)

    and I can also see Dr. Michael Brown's point here:

  3. But this is good also - "the Jihadist were ALREADY provoked"