Right to murder

The statue of Moses in the wall of Catholic Vilnius Cathedral

Moses, the Jewish Hitler

Moses, the true father of Nazism, is worshipped while Hitler, the most devoted student of the Jewish prophet, is completely demonised. Shameless Christians glorify even the most abhorrent perverts if they manage to exterminate all of their victims.

I think I will never learn to put up with the Christian tradition of humiliating the defeated. It always looks blatantly dishonest to me that the most admired heroes become scapegoats at the very moment when luck betrays them while the bloodiest scoundrels are forgiven and cleared of everything if they win their wars.

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the king of Norway Harald V

Nobel Peace Prize as a means of sucking up

In order to please the US, Norwegians award the Nobel Peace Prize even to war criminals.

In my opinion, the Nobel Peace Prize is something that should make its winner feel ashamed. In fact, with the help of it Norwegians suck up to the world powers they want to please at the moment.

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Michael Adebolajo

The Woolwich Execution, one more victory of Islam

The Woolwich Michaels managed to show their deed in the best possible light, turning it into a huge public relations success of radical Islam.

The recentkilling of a British soldier in Woolwich, London, was presented by the media of the UK and many other countries as a brutal inhuman act, horrible crime, etc. Various commentators have tried to interpret it as a common example of the viciousness of radical islamists.

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‘Democracy’ as the right to kill

Democracy is a universally recognized, yet differently conceived symbol. Like ‘god’. Bush is by no means the first, who utilizes the word ‘democracy’ as a universal magic word capable of justifying any possible crime.

Bush is not original when he justifies imperial wars and mass murders of armless people with ‘fight for democracy’. The US government, army and special services had been officially utilizing ‘democracy’ as a justification of their various criminal actions since 1947, when the US Congress adopted the Truman Doctrine. The famous ‘fight for democracy’ has already been exploited by many extremist organizations the world over.

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Freedom is the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.

George Orwell / subject – en

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