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The "Too Batshit for Conservapedia Award"

Quote# 82878

Anders Behring Breivik is a Norwegian, widely blamed for the deaths of at least 93 people in Norway on July 22, 2011. Michael Savage and others have pointed out that it is very unlikely that this is the case, however, as the official story from the Socialistic government doesn't add up, convincing many that this is a false flag operation and actually the work of Muslim terrorists. Evidence for this includes a Muslim terrorist organization claiming credit, the unlikelihood of two separate attacks in two distant areas being carried out by one person on the same day, the fact that this attack has all the hallmarks of Muslim terrorists, and the fact that Christian conservatives never do this sort of thing. Many see this as a set up, possibly to be used as an excuse to crack down on Christianity and conservatism in one of the world's most liberal countries. More mysterious is why they would work so hard to defend the Muslims who are probably responsible for these atrocities. It is likely that, in the leftist style of Neville Chamberlain, they are trying to appease terrorists by exonerating them from blame, in the vain hope they will not repeat such unspeakable acts.

AngusT, Conservapedia 36 Comments [7/28/2011 3:20:18 AM]
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rallymodeller

Heavens, no. Christian Conservatives never do this. Like in Beirut. Or in Northern Ireland. Or in Oklahoma City, Or in the dozens of other places they have, y'know, actually done things like this.

7/28/2011 3:26:21 AM

nutbunny

@ rallymodeller

other places like Norway

7/28/2011 3:30:55 AM

Bollox

Neville Chamberlain (Con., Birmingham Ladywood) was a leftist?

7/28/2011 3:38:39 AM

cdcdrr

Go learn a few things about Neville Chamberlain before ever using his name in a discussion. Here's a few hints to get you on your way:

*Consistent growth of the British military budget throughout the late 30's.
*British army in relatively better shape at the start of hostilities than any time previous in the 30's.
*Betrayal of the Munich agreement provided Britain a probable cause for war.

7/28/2011 3:49:07 AM

Passerby

Those terrorist organizations that took credit for this? All three directly contacted Will McCants... and nobody else. The first time, they were claiming credit for attacking fucking Sweden and not Norway. When people questioned this, the 'terrorists' retracted this statement, through McCants and then he got a call from a new cell stepping up. But then everyone found out the guy who did it was white and again McCants informed the times he got a call saying, "By now, everyone should know who is really responsible." He then suggested that meant Al-Qaida.

He was most likely lying on all three counts to stir up the media and Times circulation numbers.

The Norweigans weren't 'covering up' anything. When they caught Breivik and found his manifesto painting him clearly as an ultranationalist Christian they STILL issued a statement saying they'd keep looking for an Islamic link.

Face it: The guy thought he was the kind of 'patriot' you freaks would be inspired by and now you're unwilling to see that the sword swings both ways.



You know what the Norweigan resolution to the horror was? That this wouldn't change their way of life in any way. That there would be NO religious crackdowns, racial profiling, or political witch hunts. They just out-democracied you.

7/28/2011 3:54:08 AM

Whitespirit

Work of a troll and already removed.

Fine, atack cp for it's insanity but sto pwith the cases where the posting has already been reverted.

7/28/2011 3:58:20 AM

Comrade Potatovich

Blaming Chamberlain for "appeasing Hitler" is like blaming Obama for not forseeing the Great Martian Invasion of 2013.

7/28/2011 4:30:02 AM

Mihangel apYrs

read history:

Chamberlain was desperately trying to save the peace in Europe since NO-ONE would come out of it unscathed. He appeased Hitler, and (shamefully) sacrificed Austria (I think) and left other countries to make consessions that were never enough. But he couldn't conceive that he was dealing with the sort of man he was dealing with, being from a generation of gentleman-statesmen.

The UK was re-arming like hell well before WW2 started.

7/28/2011 5:35:40 AM



Michael Savage is your source? You might as well listen to David Icke. Savage thinks *everything* that happens is part of the Gay/Muslim/Atheist/Feminist/Mexican Conspiracy.

7/28/2011 5:47:08 AM

Doubting Thomas

the fact that Christian conservatives never do this sort of thing.

Yeah. The victims of Tim McVeigh would like a word with you.

7/28/2011 6:15:29 AM

Yownanymous

Well Christ, if this evil "socialistic" government allows you your free opinion, even if it is blatantly and completely wrong, without going after you to kill and censor you, go fascist socialism?

Seriously, if everything was as evil and fascist and "communist" (seriously, I fucking hate people who use that term and don't think about what it is) as your lot so often claim, you'd all be dead by now.

7/28/2011 6:38:17 AM

Meisha

No! No! Not reality! Pay no attention to the real perp, pay attention to my hand inside this puppet typing out this stupid conspiracy theory. Believe in the ridiculous notion that talking snakes exist, people can be healed from prayer, people rise from the dead, and people walk on water! It so much more plausible than the hardcore reality that AngusT lives in a delusion and that, factually, Breivik did it. Admitted it, even. Struggle to keep the hope alive that people will hate those damn Muslims more than they dislike your sorry ass.

7/28/2011 6:40:00 AM

gravematter

What is the point of terrorism if the real terrorists don't claim responsibility? Even if the governnment were the real terrorists, they're still not muslims. Please find some evidence to support your deranged theories.

7/28/2011 8:48:18 AM

Raised by Horses

Was the guy's 1500-page manifesto too subtle for you? Maybe it'd have been better had he tattooed the cross onto every part of his body.

Seriously, some people are amazing when it comes to self-delusion.

7/28/2011 10:59:53 AM

Ludd

'Christian conservatives never do this sort of thing'

Except in Oklahoma City.

7/28/2011 11:42:30 AM

aaa

When in doubt, deny your involvement in everything.

7/28/2011 1:07:48 PM

Brendan Rizzo

But Breivik admitted it, and wrote a manifesto, even!

I am actually quite pleased that the fundie conservatives are trying their damndest to blame this on Muslims and exonerate Breivik, as it means they are showing their true colors. There will probably be a massive anti-conservative backlash in the US now (finally!) Maybe now we'll finally get things done?

...and the fact that Christian conservatives never do this sort of thing.

Ha ha ha! No True Scotsman at its finest, ladies and gentlemen.

7/28/2011 5:47:17 PM

Tempus

...and the fact that Christian conservatives never do this sort of thing. Many see this as a set up, possibly to be used as an excuse to crack down on Christianity and conservatism in one of the world's most liberal countries.









Really?

7/28/2011 6:18:54 PM

J. James

Oh, yeah, fundies have NEEEEEEEEEEEEEVER done anything evil!

*cough*crusadesinquisitionwitchburningstoningwerewolvescatholicvsprotestantwars*cough*

*haaack*homopersecutionretardexcorcismscomstantchildraping*haaack cough cough*

*cough*shunningsexualurgeskillingqueersknockingonpeople'sdoorsandannoyingtheeverlivingfuckoutofthem*cough*

*cough*gunhoardingmilitiacraziesburningjewsbloodlibelNAZIS*cough*

*cough*etcetera*cough*

7/28/2011 9:33:27 PM

farpadokly

I cannot actually believe this. It IS too batshit for Conservapedia. I always thought it was a dishonest, badly written, silly but entertaining site which might reflect what conservatives really believe, but without being TOO extreme.
This just puts them into the same territory as the worst, most badly realized conspiracy ranting internet bullshit.

7/29/2011 4:21:50 AM

farpadokly

It reminds me of this, from Orwell's "Notes on Nationalism": "One prod to the nerve of nationalism (or in this case, political bias in favour of conservatives) and the intellectual decencies can vanish, the past can be altered, and the plainest facts can be denied".

7/29/2011 4:26:16 AM

farpadokly

And this: "The nationalist not only does not disapprove of atrocities committed by his own side, but he has a remarkable capacity for not even hearing about them... Every nationalist is haunted by the belief that the past can be altered... Material facts are suppressed, dates altered, quotations removed from their context and doctored so as to change their meaning. Events which, it is felt, ought not to have happened are left unmentioned and ultimately denied". and lots more in this vein, see Orwell, "Notes on Nationalism".

7/29/2011 4:39:39 AM

Whitespirit

@farpadokly, no. This was written by an ackonwleged troll and was quickly removed. The troll even self-identified on another website.


Attack cp for the shite that ken de meyer writes and the bollocks that schlafly comes out with but not for the work of obvious and admited trolls. If anythign repeatedly linking to trolls on cp demeans this site.

7/29/2011 4:44:31 AM

Danarth

Let's not forget about the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda. those are a nice bunch of Christians

7/29/2011 9:13:26 AM



This is probably a Poe, but there are *real* quotes every day on CP/Moonbattery/"Free" Republic that are as crazy as this.

7/29/2011 1:04:41 PM
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