In a paper released [last] Friday by the New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study, researchers found that people who listen to, watch or read the news are more likely to display a dislike of Muslims, a trend that applies across the political spectrum.
Incredibly, the moonbat authors blamed this on the overwhelmingly pro-Islamic media for acknowledging, if not thoroughly covering, the never-ending tidal wave of Islamic terror attacks.
The researchers also lament the fact that “media-induced Islamophobia” will become more severe if Islamic extremists continue to attack Western targets in order to “maximize the effects of media induced anger.”
Media-induced anger? More like Islam-induced anger.
If just watching the news can make you not like Islam, imagine the effect of actually learning about Mohammad and how his example has inspired so many other barbarous sociopaths over the centuries.
On a tip from Seaoh and John27.