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Oct 11 2011

Robert O’Brien Nominee: Pam Geller

Unhinged lunatic Pam Geller tosses a mean word salad:

I’m concerned with the political side of Islam, the sharia, Islamic law, and the left. The left, the battle has always been individualism versus collectivism, people are confounded by the alliance of the überleft and the stealth jihadists and I don’t think it’s surprising at all. We see that the left always adopts whatever totalitarian ideology there is of the day, if it wasn’t Stalinism it was communism, if it wasn’t communism it was national socialism, which was Nazism it was not a far-right but a far-left ideology. What the attraction is in Islam my feeling is that the sharia, Islamic law, is the most, if it’s into the control of the people if that’s what you’re into, then there is no more effective way to control the people, there is no more effective system of governance than the Sharia.

I’ll have ranch dressing on mine, please.

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  1. 1
    eric

    The (far) right is the guardian of individualism, which is why they want to ban Islam. I think that’s a salad Orwell would have appreciated.

  2. 2
    captainzanzabar

    She accurately characterizes the crazytown view of the left when she says “We see that the left always adopts whatever totalitarian ideology there is of the day…” What she means is that there is always some totalitarian worldview that I can ascribe to those with whom I disagree in order to demonize them.

  3. 3
    Aquaria

    he left, the battle has always been individualism versus collectivism

    So those leftist Communists aren’t collectivists? This will be news to Marxists around the world!

    people are confounded by the alliance of the überleft and the stealth jihadists

    Only you are, Pam. It’s because you have to really reach for ways to connect them, and try to make up connections where there are none. It’s exhausting, I know, but you seem insanely suited for this particular task.

    I always have to wonder: Does a moronic twit like this even know any people on the left, or are they just insular, xenophobic and paranoid losers stuck in their conservatard cocoons?

  4. 4
    Ellie

    I’m confused. Wasn’t Stalin a communist? Am I not remembering my history lessons correctly?

  5. 5
    Area Man

    I’m waiting for Geller to be outed as a secret, self-hating Muslim.

  6. 6
    eric

    Aquaria – I think Gellar is trying to say that the right are the individualists and the left are collectivists.

    Yeah, the first time I read it, I read it the reverse way too.

  7. 7
    slc1

    Re Area Man @ #5

    We could only wish. Unfortunately, Ms. Geller is of the Jewish persuasion.

  8. 8
    Deen

    there is no more effective system of governance than the Sharia.

    Which is why we’re having rebellions and civil unrest happening all throughout the Arab world right now.

  9. 9
    Deen

    @slc1 in #7: which only makes here ignorance on Nazism all the more disturbing.

  10. 10
    Taz

    The left, the battle has always been individualism versus collectivism

    That’s pretty funny, seeing as how it’s the wingnuts who play follow-the-leader so well. The “Nazism is left-wing” crap being a prime example.

  11. 11
    Area Man

    “We could only wish. Unfortunately, Ms. Geller is of the Jewish persuasion.”

    Well, that’s what she says

    Seriously, her pathological hatred of all things Islam is so cartoonish that it must have some Freudian explanation, like maybe a Muslim peed in her kiddie pool, or she walked in on her mom in bed with one, or there was an evil looking poster of an Ayatollah by her bedside as an infant.

    Whatever the case, I think it would be poetic justice to refer to Geller as a closeted, radical Muslim at every turn. The evidence for this is at least as good as for all the people she accuses of being radical Muslims, or in league with them. So I say we should always refer to “radical Muslim jihadist Pam Geller” whenever her name comes up. If she denies it, well, of course that’s just what a radical Muslim would do, isn’t it?

  12. 12
    tfkreference

    Ellie @ 4: it’s a good sign that you’re confused. Worry when this starts to make sense.

    I think she repeats herself because wingnuts like incorporating names (e.g., Darwinism), and since any ideology different from hers is the same (e.g., those Muslim atheists), redundancy isn’t an issue any more than contradiction.

    slc1 @7: I wonder who persuaded her to be Jewish? (sorry, that’s one of my favorite lines from MASH)

  13. 13
    dingojack

    Everyone, please be upstanding for the National Anthem of Gellerland. Thank you.
    Dingo

  14. 14
    stace

    She forgot to add “and stuff” at the end.

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