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Bilde: Pamela Geller intervjuet i New York 28 mai 2015. Foto: Brendan McDermid/Reuters/Scanpix

Liberale medier opererer som om det finnes plakater over personer som i Det ville vesten: Wanted dead or alive.

Daily Beast har en artikkel om Pamela Geller som er hinsides enhver anstendighet. De identifiserer hennes fire døtre som har skaffet seg karrier uavhengig av moren, og åpenbart ikke ønsker at hennes skygge skal falle over dem.

The Instagram Stars Hiding Their Famous, Muslim-Hating Mom, Pamela Geller

Daily Beasts Taylor Lorenz er moralsk i samme kategori som de som har virtuell sex og deretter presser folk for penger.

Er ikke det en overdreven sammenligning?

Nei, det er ikke det. Pamela Geller står på jihadistenes dødsliste. Ved å oute døtrene utsetter Daily Beast dem for fare.

Det er som Daily Beast synes det er morsomt. Ha! Ha! Disse jentene trodde de kunne bli stjerner på Instagram uten å fortelle om opphavet?

 

GirlWithNoJob, JackieOProblems, and the rest of the Instagram-famous family have gone to great lengths to conceal the identity of their Islamophobic mother.

Det er som Daily Beast sier at biologi gir medskyld. Det samme mente nazisten, de kalte det sippenhaft. Kommunistene praktiserte også blodskyld: Var det barn av en klassefiende fikk du ikke høyere utdannelse.

Daily Beast og resten av det liberale Amerika er på samme sporet. De fire jentene sier det ikke er noe som er viktigere for dem enn familie.

But there is one family member in particular who is conspicuously absent from the Oshry sisters’ social-media posts: their mother, the anti-Islam activist, hate-monger, and diehard Trump supporter Pamela Geller.

Pamela Geller has built a career off leveraging the media to incite outrage with her racist, Islamophobic comments. She is widely regarded as an alt-right troll; the Southern Poverty Law Center described her rhetoric as “hate speech.”
Å spørre Southern Poverty Law Center er som å be Rune Berglund Steen vurdere Document. Objektiviteten er like stor.
For venstresiden i USA er alt på høyresiden som våger å trosse dem nå fair game. Det er fri jaktsesong
Det skyldes selvsagt at 68 er over. I motgangen viser de sine verste sider.
Det graviterer mot en relativisering av jihad og terror.
Det mest graverende ved Daily Beast-artikkelen er retusjeringen av det som skjedde i Garland, Texas. Caroline Glick har det hele fra begynnelsen i breitbart.com:

As far as media stupidity goes, it’s possible that Daily Beast “reporter” Taylor Lorenz, who outed Geller’s daughters, is too dumb to understand that she put their lives in danger by exposing their identities.It is possible that the Daily Beast, the Washington Post, the New York Post, Cosmopolitanmagazine, and all the rest have no idea that there is a direct link between the fatwa – or Islamic ruling — published by the Islamic State on May 5, 2015 calling for Geller to be “slaughtered,” and ISIS’s attempt the next month to behead her. A Boston court sentencedtwo area-based ISIS terrorists to prolonged prison terms on December 17, 2017 after finding them guilty of conspiring to behead Geller in June 2015.

Glick bemerker: Først avslører disse mediene – blant dem The Post – Democracy dies in Darkness i logoen – identiteten til fire jenter, på ren spite, for å ha tilfredsstillelsen av å skade Geller gjennom å ramme barna hennes. Noe annet motiv er vanskelig å få øye på. Geller er fritt vilt og gjennom blodskyld rammes hennes døtre.

Når de samme medier fortier fatwaen og forsøket på å drepe henne, har mediene tatt jihadistenes side.

Bakgrunnen burde interessere oss, for historien har utspring i slaktingen av redaksjonen i Charlie Hebdo.

So for Lorenz and all of her ignorant colleagues who just put the lives of four innocent people in danger, here’s the story that you had the duty to make yourself aware of before you published your shameful “exposes” on Geller’s daughters.

On January 7, 2015, Islamic terrorists stormed the offices of France’s Charlie Hebdo satire magazine and slaughtered twelve writers and cartoonists.

The magazine’s crime?

It had dared to publish cartoons of Mohammed – the prophet of the Religion of Peace™.

A week after the massacre at Charlie Hebdo, leading Islamic jihad apologists and enablers in the U.S. gathered in Garland, Texas for a “Stand with the Prophet in honor and respect”conference. The purpose of the conference was to whitewash the slaughter in Paris and claim it had nothing to do with Islam, while demonizing as racist Islamophobes everyone who drew a connection between Islam and Islamic terrorists murdering in the name of Islam.

The keynote speaker at the conference was Siraj Wahhaj, an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and an associate of the so-called “Blind Sheikh” Omar Abdel Rahman, who masterminded the bombing.

En solidaritetskonferanse med Profeten en uke etter at en redaksjon var slaktet av de som forsvarte ham, synes mange var over the top.

Geller fikk ideen til å gjøre noe som holdt Charlie Hebdos minne levende: En karikaturkonkurranse. Men allerede den gang var det lett å merke at mediene ikke likte noen som kunne finne på å følge i fotsporene til Charlie Hebdo. Je suis Charlie var great. Men ikke å gjøre som Charlie.

Den ynkelighet som norske myndigheter og medier hadde vist under karikaturstriden  i 2006 var høyst levende. Den var blitt dominerende.

Nå har Trump kommet til i mellomtiden, og han må felles som en stor drage, hvor alt er tillatt.

A lot of people were upset when they heard about the event, which they thought — reasonably — was organized to advance the same goal of silencing free speech that the jihadists in Paris had just murdered the Charlie Hebdo writers and artists for exercising. Geller was so upset that she organized a rally to protest the conference.

Thousands joined her outside the convention center at Garland, demanding that jihad be defeated and freedom of speech be defended.

As Geller documents in her book, Fatwa: Hunted in America, rather than join the protesters in opposing the conference organizers’ clear attempt to whitewash the atrocities in Paris, the media instead chose to castigate Geller and the protesters as bigots.

Unbowed and determined to both honor the memory of the Charlie Hebdo victims and ensure that the U.S. does not sacrifice the Constitution to comply with jihadist bullies and terrorists, Geller organized a “Draw Muhammed Contest” in May 2015 at the same convention center in Garland where the jihad apologists had held their conference in January.

Noen bestemte seg for å gjenta massakren i Paris. Det gikk nesten galt. Document skrev om angrepet, men at det var så alvorlig var vi ikke klar over før vi får det forklart i kontekst:

As the contest was going on inside the hall, two ISIS terrorists from Arizona tried to storm the hall with assault rifles. They shot an off-duty policeman Geller hired as part of the event’s security before being killed by two on-duty Garland police officers on the scene.

It was the first ISIS attack on U.S. soil.

Rather than stand with Geller and her event participants, the media blamed the victims. It was Geller’s fault that ISIS attacked, they said. She provoked them by holding her contest.

In the wake of the Garland attack, ISIS released a fatwa announcing it had “sent its Lions to achieve [Geller’s] slaughter.”

The fatwa threatened everyone who associates with Geller. Among other things, it said, “Everyone who houses her events, gives her a platform to spill her filth are legitimate targets.”

The danger to her family was clear.

Document husker reaksjonen i vestlige medier: Feilen var Gellers. Det var hennes skyld at jihadistene ville drepe deltakerne på konferansen. Sympatien var enten kjølig eller ikke-eksisterende. Geller var i kategorien hvor hun fikk passe seg selv. Litt som Vebjørn Selbekk, Kurt Westergaard og Flemming Rose.

Hvorfor stiller man seg i veien for et motgående tog?

Når det gjelder jihad-toget velger Daily Beast å beskrive angrepet i Garland, men uten at det får noen konsekvenser for deres eget angrep på Geller.

In 2013, she was banned from entering England after the British government said having her in the country would “not be conducive to the public good.” In 2015, she hosted a “Draw the Prophet Muhammad” contest in Garland, Texas—the site where two gunmen were killed by a security guard after plotting an attack at the event.

Det er farlig nær at Daily Beast og jihadistene er på samme side.

Glick sier at kollaborasjonen, aktiv kollaborasjon, har pågått lenge når det gjelder de liberale mediene. De samarbeider med CAIR, som er Muslimsk Brorskap, og SPLC, som åpent sier de vil knuse folk som Geller.

For more than a decade, the media and leftist shock troops, operating in lock step with Islamist groups like the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), have tried to destroy Geller. The radical leftist defamation outfit – the Southern Poverty Law Center –branded Geller and her websites and associated organizations a hate group.

As the SPLC’s then spokesman Mark Potok said in speeches in 2007 and 2008, the SPLC doesn’t identify groups and individuals as hate groups because they are engaged in the propagation of hatred and the incitement of illegal activities. In his words, “Our criteria for a ‘hate group’ … have nothing to do with criminality, or violence, or any kind of guess we’re making about ‘this group could be dangerous.’ It’s strictly ideological.”

Potok explained that the SPLC isn’t concerned with monitoring hate groups — rather, “Our aim in life is to destroy these groups, completely destroy them.”

Dette har pågått lenge. Geller har vært toxic. Det nye er at tech-gigantene har kastet seg på og utsetenger og demonitze, dvs fjerner muligheten for å tjene penger på nett. Likevel har Geller klart å beholde et stort publikum.

Er det derfor de nå gikk på barna, spør Glick. Var det fordi «kulene» ikke bet på moren at de gikk på barna?

Det er meget mulig.

Daily Beast krever aktiv avstandtaken fra moren for at døtrene skal gå fri:

None of the girls have spoken out or denounced their mother’s extremist views.

In fact, the Oshry sisters have gone to great lengths to conceal their connection to their mother.