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Jul 22 2011

Where to Start Looking for Norway Bombers

Looks like someone has been celebrating multiculturalism in Norway:

A loud explosion shattered windows Friday at the government headquarters in Oslo which includes the prime minister’s office, injuring several people.

Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg is safe, government spokeswoman Camilla Ryste told The Associated Press. There was no immediate word on the cause of the blast.

Witness Ole Tommy Pedersen was standing at a bus stop about 100 meters (yards) from the high-rise at around 3:30 p.m. (1330 GMT) when he saw the blast shatter almost all windows of the 20-floor highrise. He said a cloud of smoke is billowing from the bottom floors.

“I saw three or four injured people being carried out of the building a few minutes later,” Pedersen told The Associated Press.

Video shown by Norwegian broadcaster NRK showed most of the windows of the building had been blown out. The bottom floor appeared to be completely gutted. Shattered glass and debris littered a square in front of the building.

If you are raped in Oslo, the odds that the rapist is a Muslim colonist are literally 100%. What are the odds of a bomber being Muslim?

The blast comes as the Scandinavian country has grappled with a series of homegrown terror plots linked to al-Qaida, and six years after an uproar over cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in neighboring Denmark.

Last week, a Norwegian prosecutor filed terror charges against an Iraqi-born cleric for threatening Norwegian politicians with death if he’s deported from the Nordic country.

It is better to resist at the beginning than at the end. How many will have to die before Europe figures out that letting itself be colonized will end its way of life?

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Chaos in Oslo. Via Drudge.

On a tip from Varla.



124 Responses to “Where to Start Looking for Norway Bombers”

  1. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Another reason to ban all religions.

  2. Bob Roberts says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 7:58 am Another reason to ban all religions.

    Typical atheist nonsense. It’s not the religion that is to blame, it is people who have falsified what the religion is about, twisting it to their own ends. Terrorists are not true believers of religion – if they were, they would not do the things they do.

  3. Bob Roberts says:

    While it is most liklely this will turn out to be something done by a person who most likely identifies with SOME RADICAL BRANCH THAT CLAIMS TO BE ISLAM BUT IS NOT, I would be careful jumping to that conclusion without any facts – as some did after the bombing in Oklahoma City. I’m not parroting the obamunist ridiculous suggestion that whites are more likely terrorists – I know that’s not true. I’m just suggesting we wait until we have solid and certain evidence before we jump to any conclusions.

  4. Lee Vanden Brink says:

    Don’t worry Obama will solve this problem, he’ll send in NATO. Need a lot of quick laughs about today’s News? Click on Political Follies… http://politicalfollies.blogspot.com

  5. Bob Roberts says:

    And we’re letting ourselves be “colonized” too.

  6. Comrade Terry says:

    Norway charges radical cleric for death threats

    (AP) – Jul 12, 2011

    OSLO, Norway (AP) — A Norwegian prosecutor has filed terror charges against an Iraqi-born cleric for threatening Norwegian politicians with death if he’s deported from the Nordic country.

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5gJ1T3qbtKpMPUw67TD7X5rTlwpWQ?docId=bac0246297764fc99cb097f616838f39

    I think I know what’s going on.

  7. Carmen says:

    Just b/c a small 10% of muzzies are fanatic pedophiles, rapists, woman haters, vagina mutilators, queer killers, goat fuckers and bombers cannot be a true indicator of their overall CULT religion.

    (a.k.a. islam is a political platform for world domination using each host country’s own laws against themselves).

    10% is only 1,000,000,000 peeps – it’s only 3-4 times the populace of the US. gheesh – why so intolerant?

    I – DESPISE – LIB – REGRESSIVE- MUZZIE – APOLOGISTS.

  8. J says:

    Hmmmm. Must be white male middle class Americans.

  9. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    And if there were no religions to be twisted, there wouldn’t be bombs going off.

  10. Carmen says:

    Gateway Pundit is theorizing this is due to the cartoons from years ago. Muzzies are slow, dim witted and inbred, but consistent. Damn cartoons – they make us Baptists crazy too….oh wait, errrr, ummm

  11. forest says:

    Right Dook. Go tell the millions of people who got slaughtered and starved by the atheist Soviet Union and the atheist ChiComs, and the atheist Khmer Rouge and the secular-statist Nazis.

  12. TeaPartyTim says:

    Norway brought this on themselves when they allowed unchristian savages to flood into their country. The invaders do not care about Norwegian Christian values.

    Christian nations need to prohibit all nonchristian immigration if they want to retain their character and society.

    Christian values built western civilization to its peak among the world. God’s grace is reflected in those who follow his teachings. People and nations. Nonchristian immigration is a pollution of his plan and a pollution of nations who want to prosper by following his plan.

  13. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Another reason to ban all religions.
    Dookiestain LaFlair
    When you say this, you are going beyond being an apologist for terrorism, you are actually cheer leading it to further your own ends. You do not care about the Islamic thug with the nitro glycerin in his pockets, you are after the nun sitting quietly in the church pew. To “ban” religion is to impose a theocracy of atheism.
    With only about 2 percent of the worlds population identifying themselves as atheist, that is a lot of minds to control. You may need Dawkins and Chomsky in Rome to run the place.

  14. JS123 says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair: If only everyone believed the exact same thing then we’d have peace! We should force everyone to believe the same thing!

  15. forest says:

    Forgot the atheist Jacobins. Only thing that kept them from “dechristianizing society” faster was that they were too busy cutting off people’s heads.

  16. TeaPartyTim says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Then you will go to hell and be denied everlasting life beside our lord Jesus Christ.

    Banning the gospel is worse than terrorism because all those who would be denied its truth by your atheist tyranny will be damned. Jesus can save what a Muslim animal terrorist seeks to destroy. No bomb from a savage can ever destroy his grace.

  17. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    If you seriously think some magic carpenter came back to life 2000 years ago and is going to lead to heaven, you are mentally challenged.

  18. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    The people who died at the hands of the Soviet Union and other despotic regimes did so because of the economic and political policies of those regimes, not because of atheism.

  19. Janet "Big Sis" Napolitano says:

    Bomber was male, white, heterosexual, christian, rightwinger and anti-abortion…i saw it with my own eyes!

  20. Janet "Big Sis" Napolitano says:

    PS – Militant-atheists/freethinking-robots are the most boring, dogmatic, predictable, unfunny, obsessed, pseudo-intellectual dumbasses around…even i, a communist atheist butch-lesbian, hate militant atheists/freethink-robots so i think i saw a couple of them near the bombed building.

  21. TeaPartyTim says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Any heathen regime has no respect for life. Atheism is a culture of death. From death in the womb to death by doctors to death by government. Atheism places no value on the sanctity of life which is why atheists are so quick to snuff life out when it conflicts with the agenda of big government.

    The Soviet Union killed so many people because it was atheist. When you do not have God in your life then you do not see a meaning in the life of another.

  22. Bob Roberts says:

    They’ve determined the blast in Norway was caused by a bomb of some sort.

    Now understand – it is true that various aspects of Islam make it more likely that someone who is exposed to certain persons who claim to be moslems will turn out to be a radical terrorist, for sure, but for every radical muslim terrorist there are likely 10,000 or more adherents to Islam who want nothing to do with terrorism. This is where atheists like “Dookiestain” go wrong: They blame religion instead of the people who twist the religion into something it is not as justification for their own wrongful acts. Really it’s the same thing atheists do when they turn a Constitutional prohibition against any attempt to suppress the free and open expression of religion into a club that is intended to do just that.

  23. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Well Tim, what about all those Muslims with god in their heart and plastic explosives on their chest?

  24. Bob Roberts says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 8:36 am And if there were no religions to be twisted, there wouldn’t be bombs going off.

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 9:16 am The people who died at the hands of the Soviet Union and other despotic regimes did so because of the economic and political policies of those regimes, not because of atheism.

    Wrong – they died because atheism allowed the sort of culture and behavior that gave the sort of power to those who murdered them.

    Your own later posts show you know better than this, “Dookiestain”.

  25. Bob Roberts says:

    BREAKING NEWS OUTSIDE OSLO, NORWAY: Gunman dressed as policeman attacking kids at summer camp.

  26. Bob Roberts says:

    My 9:24 post wound up out of order – my final line actually went between the two examples of what “Dookiestain” said but I misplaced it.

  27. Bob Roberts says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 9:24 am Well Tim, what about all those Muslims with god in their heart and plastic explosives on their chest?

    That’s just the point, “Dookiestain”. Nobody that truly has “God in their hearts” can even consider wearing plastic explosives on their chest. God does not allow or approve of such behavior.

    But atheists do – just look at some of Obama’s atheist cohorts who were terrorists who used to set off bombs!

  28. TeaPartyTim says:

    Bob Roberts says:

    Islam is a tool of Satan to lead people astray from the truth of the gospel. Islam is violent and sinful and denies the salvation possibly only through the divinity of Jesus.

  29. Janet Napolitano says:

    We have advised the Norwegian Government to round up all white, Christian, Pro-Life gunowners for immediate interrogation.

  30. TeaPartyTim says:

    Muslims worship a bloodthirsty Arabian moon god who is a manifestation of Satan. Islam was created and revealed by Satan to lead people away from the gospel of our lord Jesus Christ.

    Defending Islam is defending the works of the devil. Those who stand for evil are evil themselves.

  31. forest says:

    “Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 8:36 am

    And if there were no religions to be twisted, there wouldn’t be bombs going off.”

    The Soviet Union and all the other evil atheistic regimes got rid of religion, yet more people than ever were killed. You have been refuted. Saying “it wasn’t because of atheism” won’t help you. Your’re assertion that getting rid of religion would help has been destroyed. And, yes, the Soviets and Jacobins and other did in fact kill people because they people refused to become atheist. Atheism also creates a moral vacuum where genocide not only can, but has taken place repeatedly.

  32. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Tim, is Buddhism also a tool of the devil? They seem to be rather peaceful. Are all the ones that don’t believe in Jesus tools of the devil, or just the violent ones? I guess the devil is trying to trick us with a peaceful alternative to Christ. Did people who died before Jesus was born go to hell because they never got to accept him into their hearts?

  33. Carmen says:

    Dookie pants calls Jesus a magic carpenter. It’s a start!! Congrats~~

  34. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    I would rather have unlimited scientific progress, unhindered by morality, religions or ethics. The universe is ours for the taking. An atheist “Manifest Destiny” if you will.

  35. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Well if you go by the Dungeons And Dragons rules like I do, magic and religion are two different things. Mages and Wizards use magic, but Priests and Paladins use holy power.

  36. Carmen says:

    Who gave u the free will to become an atheist? Just curious.

    Who/what created the universe? Just curious.

    The universe is ours for the taking? I thought libbies worshipped the world and universe and humans were evil parasites — u cannot have true progress without morality, BTW.

  37. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    I will say that I try to avoid other atheists as I find them creepy.

  38. TeaPartyTim says:

    John 14:6

    Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”

    John 3:16

    For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him, will have everlasting life.

    God will judge those who ignore his word. He alone knows of the fate of those who lived before Christ.

    2 Peter 2:5-6

    if he did not spare the ancient world when he brought the flood on its ungodly people, but protected Noah, a preacher of righteousness, and seven others; if he condemned the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah by burning them to ashes, and made them an example of what is going to happen to the ungodly

    If you continue the sins of Sodom and Gomorrah then your fate will be the same.

    What happened before Christ is no longer applicable. He was born, died, and resurrected. His gospel has been revealed. If you ignore it then you turn away from the light.

  39. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Who/What created the universe? Hell if I know. People used to think thunder was the sound of the gods fighting, but now we know better. Such will be the case with our universe.

  40. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Yeah, but Noah didn’t pray to Jesus, he wasn’t a Christian. He was born before Christ. Why would god spare him?

  41. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Humans are not a parasite, we are the greatest life from to ever walk the Earth. We must advance ourselves as far as possible through technology.

  42. TeaPartyTim says:

    As the Bible explained Noah was a preacher of righteousness and a Godly man. He was one of God’s people.

    Noah lived before Jesus. What God expects from us has changed since he sent his son to die for our sins.

    God created the universe then created the Earth within it. You can begin reading at Genesis 1.

  43. Bob Roberts says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 9:14 am If you seriously think some magic carpenter came back to life 2000 years ago and is going to lead to heaven, you are mentally challenged.

    ————-
    He can’t even get it right. 2000 years ago this “magical carpenter” that you made up, did not “come back to life”. You seem to be referring to the Christian “Jesus”, who did not “come back” but was first born then.

    And from your posts, “Dookiestain”, it is clear who’s mentally challenged – YOU!

  44. Bob Roberts says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 9:52 am Who/What created the universe? Hell if I know. People used to think thunder was the sound of the gods fighting, but now we know better. Such will be the case with our universe.

    —————
    Atheists suggest that it’s foolish, ignorant, to believe some higher power created the universe and all that is in it. They, with an “intellectually superior” smirk, insist that NOTHING created everything.

    yeahRITE!

  45. Bob Roberts says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 9:46 am I will say that I try to avoid other atheists as I find them creepy.

    ——–
    Actually I think we’ll all agree with you on the “atheists are creepy” bit.

    We’d like to avoid them, too, but they keep hanging around WHERE THEY’RE NOT WANTED OR NEEDED if you catch my drift.

  46. Bob Roberts says:

    Tim, I’m not going to get into a religious argument with you. I actually agree with you, in a sense, about the roots of Islam – although my take is it’s similar to today’s televangelists, or perhaps similar to the Mormons, as Mohammed basically created the religion out of whole cloth using bits that you can clearly see in Judeo-Christianity as templates. So in a sense you are correct in that he created an alternate, bad replica, of the truth paths in order to lead people to do his will instead of that of the one true God.

  47. Bob Roberts says:

    “true paths” or “truth”, not what I said (truth paths) above… by the way.

  48. TeaPartyTim says:

    Mohammed was afflicted with fits and spasms his whole life. He was an evil and violent man before he became a false prophet. He was under the control of Satan. He made a deal with the devil to bring to the world the book of death and the devil gave him unnatural strength over the Earth. He died an unrepentant sinner and is in Hell forever with his master Satan.

  49. Bob Roberts says:

    Correction of my 9:24 post:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 8:36 am And if there were no religions to be twisted, there wouldn’t be bombs going off.

    Your own later posts show you know better than this, “Dookiestain”. You accidentally admit that it’s atheists who set up despotic regimes who are responsible for mass murders (China, USSR, Indochina, etc.).

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 9:16 am The people who died at the hands of the Soviet Union and other despotic regimes did so because of the economic and political policies of those regimes, not because of atheism.

    Wrong – they died because atheism allowed the sort of culture and behavior that gave the sort of power to those who murdered them.

  50. Bob Roberts says:

    Tea party Tim said:

    Mohammed was afflicted with fits and spasms his whole life. He was an evil and violent man before he became a false prophet. He was under the control of Satan. He made a deal with the devil to bring to the world the book of death and the devil gave him unnatural strength over the Earth. He died an unrepentant sinner and is in Hell forever with his master Satan.
    ——
    You’re preaching to the choir, Tim.

  51. SR says:

    F#ck Islam,….┌П┐(•_•)┌П┐

  52. Bob Roberts says:

    DISCLAIMER: It isn’t any proof that they actually did it when someone claims responsibility for something:

    NRK is reporting that an unknown group called “Helpers of the Global Jihad” have posted a message that this is only the beginning of the reaction to Norwegian periodicals publishing the Muhammed cartoons, according to Andrew Boyle, a journalist in Norway.

  53. Carmen says:

    Commie Rule #27:

    Infiltrate the churches and replaced revealed religion with social justice.
    Discredit the Bible and emphasize the need for “INTELLECTUAL” maturity which
    does not need a religious “crutch”.

  54. Bob Roberts says:

    At least one of two explosions that rocked a Norwegian government building in Oslo today was result of a massive vehicle bomb, according to U.S. government sources on the scene.

    The tangled wreckage of a vehicle was seen near the Norwegian government building that was targeted in the blast, officials said. It was not clear if the car was a bomb vehicle or near the site of a blast. At least one explosion was the result of a massive vehicle bomb, U.S. government sources said.

    Norwegian news reported at least two people were killed and several more were injured.

    Hours after the blasts, several media outlets reported shots were fired at a youth meeting in a town outside of Oslo which Norway’s prime minister was scheduled to attend Saturday.

    http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/oslo-explosion-blast-result-massive-vehicle-bomb-sources/story?id=14134197

  55. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    So god was just always there? Nothing created god?

  56. Bob Roberts says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 10:14 am So god was just always there? Nothing created god?

    You’re finally getting it. We live in a cause and effect universe but the chain cannot be infinite – there must be an ultimate cause, which is God, infinite, eternal.

  57. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Why is god making things so hot? If anything, it’s his fault for all those people having problems.

  58. Bob Roberts says:

    SR says:
    July 22, 2011 at 10:12 am F#ck Islam,….┌П┐(•_•)┌П┐

    CUTE! I like it.

  59. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Why did god wait so long to create the universe? Does time pass differently? If someone dies and goes to heaven, how long do they have to wait to see people that won’t die for another 30 years? Does the time pass normally or do they all get there at the same time?

  60. Bob Roberts says:

    Hey “Dookiestain”, maybe this will help you:

    “Sooner or later, mostly everyone stumbles over the truth. Unfortunately, most pick themselves up and continue on as if nothing happened.” ~W. J. Hyde

    Liberals/progressives (and, apparently, atheists) are famous for not knowing the truth even when it hits them over the head.

    By the way, the present day person who claims to be liberal and/or progressive is anything but.

  61. Bob Roberts says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 10:26 am Why did god wait so long to create the universe? Does time pass differently? If someone dies and goes to heaven, how long do they have to wait to see people that won’t die for another 30 years? Does the time pass normally or do they all get there at the same time?

    —————
    There was no time before God created the universe – only God. Time is part of the universe, which did not exist before it was created.

    Well obviously you answered your second question, which was nonsensical. As for what happens after death (whether we still sense time passing, for instance), I cannot say and won’t attempt to surmise but the point is for us here on Earth yes, 30 years will pass until someone dies 30 years later, obviously. You should have not bothered to ask that but the fact you did shows once again how completely ignorant you are. Same with your last question – I have no idea what happens to a person, exactly, after they die. There are people who’ve tried to speak on such topics, some have written on said topics, but I cannot say if they are right or wrong. I guess when I die I’ll find out – until then I’m not really all that concerned with it because what matters to me, here and now, is not whether I’ll sense time, be able to see the living world, or “have to wait” for others once I die. It doesn’t matter to me now and, I suspect, won’t matter to me then.

  62. Bob Roberts says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 10:25 am Why is god making things so hot? If anything, it’s his fault for all those people having problems.
    ———

    God isn’t making things so hot – nature is (though idiot liberals/progressives/atheists often claim humans have usurped natural forces and are to blame).

    No, God created the universe and allows us to live as we will. Some think ahead and prepare for reasonable future possibilities. Others (usually liberals/progressives/atheists) leave it to everyone else to worry about such things then whine “It’s God’s fault” when they start having a hard time.

    As for “why is it so hot” – it’s barely beach weather here and I’m taking full advantage of it!

  63. Bob Roberts says:

    Hey “Dookiestain” – why is it that you CHOOOSE to see yourself as, to name yourself, a $hitstain, anyway?

    Don’t you have a life?

    I do, and I’ve spent far too much time wasted on your nonsense so I’m headed to the beach with a pair of bikini clad women. You should join us. I know it’s a lot more fun than your parents’ basement!

  64. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Of course the 30 years is still going to pass on Earth. I was asking if the people in heaven would experience it as 30 years in Earth time.

  65. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Bikini clad women don’t sound like people of good moral character. Don’t let Satan tempt you.

  66. h. says:

    The “aliens are god” theory makes more sense than the religious theory of god.

  67. browncoat says:

    He Laflair
    You are asking a question that no-one living on earth can answer. You might as well ask an ant what it’s like to drive a car. The best guess to that question would be no they don’t seem like 30yrs because heaven is outside of time. But like I said no human who is living can answer that question fully

  68. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Like on that episode of Babylon 5 where Kosh leaves his encounter suit and each different alien sees his own form of an “angel” when they look upon him.

  69. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Well Bob, thanks for trying to clear things up for me. I would rather go to heaven then stop existing when my life is over.

  70. browncoat says:

    hey H.
    Why is an “alien as god theory” more believable?

  71. Dupree says:

    Kind of fun to watch a atheist socialist ($hitstain) and a insincere moby (teapartytim) attach each other.

  72. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    I guess because its more slightly more plausible that an advanced species manipulated our evolution and our early civilization then to say god created the universe. One theory is possible (although extremely unlikely) with what we know of the universe today, the other requires us to accept conditions that are outside the realm of science.

  73. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    I am for scientific progress and technological advancement, not any particular system of government.

  74. browncoat says:

    So Laflair what your saying is that it is more scientifically plausible to say that first of all inorganic material was “poof” created out of nothing at all then somehow become organic and then another lifeform that was created from inorganic material that came from nothing at all somehow manipulated the evolution of our race?
    Seems far more logical to say that everything was created by an all powerful creator that was always there. After all if you saw a field by the road that had rows of corn growing in an organized pattern without a building near by, no human, or tools either you would assume that it belonged to a farmer that simply wasn’t there at that moment

  75. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    So this all powerful creator appeared out of nothing as well?

  76. browncoat says:

    no because to appear out of nothing implies creation even if it is ex nihlio. He just always has been

  77. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    I would rather have unlimited scientific progress, unhindered by morality, religions or ethics
    Dookiestain LaFlair
    That statement is an oxymoron.
    Without those things man perishes by his own hand.
    For example
    http://nazi_medical.tripod.com/experiments.html Were these atrocities not done in the name of science, as well ?
    Just because religion adopts morals and ethics, along with values,as good attributes does not automatically mean Atheism must reject them out of hand. But if you do, prepare for Atheism to be rejected out of hand.

  78. browncoat says:

    Everything out there has a begining and came from something. However an orignal cause that has no external cause but simply is, is far more logical than to claim an infinity of causes starting from nothing at all and cause each other

  79. Turbo in Austin says:

    CNN is still pretending to not know a) if it was in fact terrorism related and b) who, who might be behind such a thing? Gosh it is SO puzzling! A real head scratcher there, yep. Maybe they’ll come up with some clues in time.

  80. Sandra Cohen says:

    Something does not come from nothing. You don’t get matter out of an empty void any more the void in obama’s head could produce intelligent matter.

    It has to be C-R-E-A-T-E-D and only God can create. The most stupid religion in the history of the planet is the atheistic Religion of Science because it denies all reason, logic and often even FACT so that it can cling to it’s unproven, unreasonable “theories”. A theory is not fact. To Atheists everywhere..a tornado doesn’t blow through a junkyard and leave behind a Boeing 747. It takes intelligent design. No wonder science is called The Religion of Stupid.

  81. wingmann says:

    This is for all my California buddies here at Moonbattery!

    http://www.hoffmang.com/firearms/carry/San-Diego-PD-TB-08-05-California-Open-Carry-Dec-2008.pdf

    KNOW YOUR RIGHTS.

  82. Sandra Cohen says:

    Tell CNN to check the Amish community in Sweden. It’s likely them given their history of violence which stems from their religion.

    If intelligent life every once again occupies the White House, I pray that deception in the media is a crime punishable by death.

  83. son of a preacher man says:

    Amazing how atheists can use their ignorance of God as a source of knowledge to disprove God.

  84. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    Sandra, is the computer you are using now made by science or god? When you say that theories are not fact, you only demonstrate your lack of understanding of scientific terminology.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_theory

  85. Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    That’s like using your ignorance of science to claim the universe was created out of nothing.

  86. Proud Kuffar says:

    Sandra Cohen says:

    With all due respect, you are not playing with a full deck of cards. The stupidest, most violent, and morally reprehensible religion on Earth is the Religion of Peace aka Islam, Mohammedism, and Pislam. In fact Islam is the most hostile religion to scientific progress in the world today. There is no innovation and creativity in Muslim world due to the stifling restrictions and teachings o their death cult. There is nothing evil about science. You would not have been able to type your asinine diatribe with computers and the Internet. Also, Lemon Party Tim is a liberal troll who is here to stoke racial antagonism amongst the conservatives on this site so he can report to his overseers at some leftwing site.

  87. TeaPartyTim says:

    God allowed computers to be built. God is pleased when we use computers for good works like speading his word. He is angry when we use them to spread faggotry and pornography.

  88. JustAl says:

    As silly as religion is, the government has no business banning it. We need less of both actually.

    Hopefully mankind will outgrow it. As for the soviet reference, theirs was not a system without religion, it worshiped the state just like a deity. Over active atheism looks a lot like a religion as well.

    People just need to get over the “greater power” idea, live in the real world, and try to make it better.

  89. hiram says:

    Actually, I think He gets more angry when you break one of the ten commandments. Like that one about lying.

    TPT=Moby.

  90. Proud Kuffar says:

    @ Sandra Cohen

    If you believe science is the “Religion of the Stupid,” tell that to your doctor who studied various scientific disciplines for several years so that he or she can take care of you. Furthermore, avoid medicines or anything tainted by the dark hand of science, including all your household appliances. I know our soldiers thank our cutting-edge defense contractors for their scientific expertise in designing their weapons an armor. You should think before you write Ms. Cohen.

  91. Pauly says:

    I get amused hearing religious arguments. Seems both sides on here take an extreme view, right and left…I am a believer in Christ, and an ordained minister, quite comfortable with talking about God with anyone. He loves Dookie as much as he loves Bible Tim. He’s not angry – that’s Old Testament – He’s not happy when we do good deeds – He’s just God, and he loves us all the same. So please don’t use the condemning arguments that accomplish the same as Dookie’s lame arguments. No one’s mind is going to be changed by arguments.
    Dookie and Tim, God loves you both the same. Everyone else thinks you’re assholes.

  92. son of a preacher man says:

    That’s like using your ignorance of the proper use of science to claim the universe was created from nothing.

  93. Zilla says:

    Islam isn’t a religion, it is a violent cult.

  94. Jodie says:

    While the atheists are trying to prove the Big Bang and global warming:

    “16 …the Lord himself shall descend from heaven, with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first;

    17 then we that are alive, that are left, shall together with them be caught up in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.

    18 Wherefore comfort one another with these words. ”

    1 Thessalonians 4

    American Standard Version (ASV)

  95. Ummah Gummah says:

    Patrick writes:

    “Yet another terror attack, this one in Norway. While the facts are not known yet, I fear it is a group of white Christian evangelicals from the deep South who are angry at Norway’s spirit of openness and tolerance. My condolences to the good people of Norway.”

    POSTED BY: DJ | JULY 22, 2011 AT 03:02 PM

  96. Ummah Gummah says:

    .

    Re the islamist terrorist attacks in Norway:

    But BOOSH!

    Oy McVeigh!!

    YADA

    YADA

    YADA

    PIGSlam is a religion of peace™..

    YADA

    YADA

    YADA

    repeat ad nauseam

    .

  97. Ummah Gummah says:

    Zilla says:
    July 22, 2011 at 1:12 pm
    Islam isn’t a religion, it is a violent cult.

    HELLO!!!

    .

  98. Ummah Gummah says:

    .

    Why are there so many libs on this thread to distract from the topic?

    Are they running cover for their friends from the “religion” of peace™ ??

    .

  99. Proud Kuffar says:

    @ Jodie

    Global warming has scientific consensus and tons of studies to back it up. The problem is ecoliberals who want us to sign draconian international treaties such as the Kyoto Protocol that put extensive regulation on our economy while exempting industrializing nations and competitors such as China.

    The Big Bang Theory remains speculative as it relies upon advanced physics and mathematics, but remains the most complete theory of the origin of the universe articulated by modern science today. Perhaps we will never know the complete story behind the formation of the universe as that knowledge will remain in the domain of our Heavenly Creator and outside of human comprehension. Many Christians and members of other faiths do not see any conflict between believing in modern science while maintaining devotion to their respective religion. Your time would be better served doing something productive for your fellow man and maintaining your faith in God, rather than awaiting for the Rapture. You know quite well about how that turned out for Harold Camping and his organization of zealots. Only Heavenly Father knows when the world will end.

  100. Noelegy says:

    Killing people. Over cartoons.

    “Religion of peace,” my fanny.

  101. JustAl says:

    @Proud Kufflar
    The only “scientific consensus” on AGW is amongst those who make their living promoting it and they have tons of flawed or faked studies to back it up.

    There is simply no way to establish a statistically significant trend in a 4.5B year old system with a couple of hundred years of poorly gathered and maintained data.

  102. JustAl says:

    The real question here, assuming this is islamo-facism (99% on that at least), is: What will Norway and Europe do about it? Holland started waking up a couple of weeks ago, will the scandinavians follow?

  103. Jimbo says:

    Wow! Muslims are killing people – so it’s time to ban Christianity!

    The foolishness and complete blindness of liberals is astounding.

  104. Proud Kuffar says:

    @ JustAl

    I agree with you that the global warming threat is overhyped by many for financial incentive, but there is no doubt that there has been a period of rising temperatures over the last 30 years. Increased industrial activity by humans is partly to blame though it could also be due to natural cycle of warming as well. Now saying that, I don’t agree with any regime like Cap-and-Trade or the Kyoto Protocol that would have an adverse effect on the US economy.

    http://www.jihadwatch.org/2011/07/norway-camp-shooter-identified—-authorities-say-he-was-working-alone-and-attacks-were-not-islamic.html

    It looks like the shooter was a lone operative and not a practicing Muslim or affiliated with any Jihadist militant group. Now Muslim organizations are going to use this act of terrorism by a non-Muslim to deflect all blame from acts of jihad by their Islamic brethren as bigotry. They will claim that the Islamic terrorist threat is over-exaggerated and it is white rightwing male you have to fear.

    The plan that the Scandinavians need to follow is:
    1. Ban the Burka
    2. Ban Halal slaughter
    3. Ban Sharia Law and the any Islamic-affiliated schools, hospitals, banks, and charities.
    4. Ban minarets and limit mosque construction.
    5. Ban immigration from Turkey, Middle East, and North Africa.

    Follow these 5 pillars, and Islam will be defeated.

  105. SPURWING PLOVER says:

    Check out the UNITED NATIONS its the #1 supporter of terrorists

  106. JustAl says:

    @PK,
    So what? A warming period of 30 years is both slight, insignificant, and poorly documented. I’ve been a scientist my whole life and no company would invest $1000 on the data these clowns have used to embezzle millions.

    Not a single prediction they’ve made has been validated, not one.

  107. Proud Kuffar says:

    @ JustAl

    Why would any company invest a dime in data that is hostile to their financial interest? I don’t pay attention to predictions and I’m sure many have been unexaggerated, but it is indisputable that carbon emissions warm the earth an every single national science academy amongst the G8 has officially stated this position. However, as you claim to be a scientist, please feel free to educate me why this is all bunk and most of your colleagues are clowns. I am open to different points of view and I understand scientific inquiry is not monolithic as liberal-dominated academia would like you to think.

  108. born in 76 says:

    Here it comes.

    “”described as tall and blond, had links to right-wing extremism””

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/07/23/us-norway-blast-idUSTRE76L2VI20110723

    Anyone want to place a bet on how many times “right wing” will be drilled in to our heads for the next month?

    The media is always quick to label and judge when the description of the accused fit the above mentioned. If the accused would have been a few shades darker or prays on a mat 5 times a day, it would have been a week before any description was leaked. Wait until they find the bible. It will be a progressive circle jerk(that includes their woman). Liberals will finally have their demon.

  109. Bob Roberts says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 10:48 am Of course the 30 years is still going to pass on Earth. I was asking if the people in heaven would experience it as 30 years in Earth time.

    —————-
    I really have no idea – nobody does. I suspect, but cannot prove, that time becomes irrelevant once you die.

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 10:49 am Bikini clad women don’t sound like people of good moral character. Don’t let Satan tempt you.

    Oh, don’t worry – these particular THREE women (another one joined them before they came over) are of the highest moral character. And I don’t generally blame anyone, including satan, for my own mistakes.

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 10:56 am Well Bob, thanks for trying to clear things up for me. I would rather go to heaven then stop existing when my life is over.

    Well that pretty much depends on the choices you make here on Earth during your life. I’m not going to go all “holier than thou” on you like some people, most often evangelical Christian types, might. I’m just going to suggest that if you continue to identify as and act like an atheist you’re probably not doing that much for your chances. Plus, for all we know, I could be wrong that there’s anything after life – perhaps we just die and that’s it. I don’t think so, but I could be wrong.

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 11:10 am I guess because its more slightly more plausible that an advanced species manipulated our evolution and our early civilization then to say god created the universe. One theory is possible (although extremely unlikely) with what we know of the universe today, the other requires us to accept conditions that are outside the realm of science.

    So you’re saying you’re willing to believe in intelligent design? Well you’re 1/2 way there.

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 11:27 am So this all powerful creator appeared out of nothing as well?

    Try to keep up – I already covered this. One necessary aspect of any omnipotent being is they are infinite – they have no beginning and no end. That doesn’t just mean in the three physical dimensions we deal with daily but also in the fourth temporal one. Infinite means no beginning and no end.

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 11:45 am Sandra, is the computer you are using now made by science or god?

    NEITHER – it’s made by humans, a corporation.

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 11:45 am Sandra… When you say that theories are not fact, you only demonstrate your lack of understanding of scientific terminology.

    NO, actually “Dookiestain”, you show YOUR OWN ignorance when you say such things. Theories are not fact, they are “best guesses” based (prior to experiments designed to test them) on what we think we know to be true. Then when they are tested we either reject, refine or prove them but still, as a THEORY, they’re not necessarily true. For instance, many believed, formed a theory, for a number of years, that all of the universe revolved around the planet Earth. All the stars, planets, even the sun. Tell us, “Dookiestain”, was that theory true? And what about the “flat Earth” theory? Was it true?

    Theories are based on the interpreted results of observations and are often proven wrong – for instance, at one point, it was believed that there were no smaller subtatomic particles other than the proton, the neutron and the electron. That theory didn’t last long.

  110. Bob Roberts says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 11:46 am That’s like using your ignorance of science to claim the universe was created out of nothing.

    Once again, try to keep up – that is what ATHEISTS claim. We say that SOMETHING had to be the ultimate cause. Atheists claim there is no ultimate cause – the universe just sprang into being for no reason, from nothing.

    And you’re contradicting yourself again:
    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 11:10 am I guess because its more slightly more plausible that an advanced species manipulated our evolution and our early civilization.

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:
    July 22, 2011 at 11:55 am
    Intelligent Design has been debunked as nonsense.

    In the first post you say intelligent design is plausible. In the second you say it’s nonsense and you give a link that is nonsense. Of course a bunch of atheists are going to say that intelligent design isn’t something they agree with. That doesn’t prove anything.

    Pauly says (among other things):
    July 22, 2011 at 12:13 pm Dookie and Tim, God loves you both the same. Everyone else thinks you’re assholes.

    I agree with part of what you said but no, I do not think Tim is an asshole.

    Proud Kuffar says:
    July 22, 2011 at 2:13 pm @ Jodie

    Global warming has scientific consensus and tons of studies to back it up.

    —-
    Actually, the fact that the Earth NATURALLY warms and NATURALLY cools has tons of studies and that much, yes, is a “consensus” agreement. But be careful – “consensus” is not a scientific argument and the fact the climate alarmists keep retreating to it proves they know they can’t forward a viable scientific argument that humans are exerting any significant change in temperature, weather or climate. The true “consensus”, not that this means it’s true, is that human contributions to climate change are miniscule and insignificant.

    AGW was a THEORY that OBSERVATION has proven CONCLUSIVELY wrong. Despite ever increasing human production of CO2 the Earth’s temperature has not warmed in a statisically significant way for about 15 years now.

    As PROUD KUFFAR pointed out:

    http://www.jihadwatch.org/2011/07/norway-camp-shooter-identified—-authorities-say-he-was-working-alone-and-attacks-were-not-islamic.html

    It appears the prime suspect in the events in Norway was a “middle aged (well, 32) white guy (Norwegian)” – I wonder if he was an Obamunist plant?

    I don’t know about the claim he had “links to right wing extremism” – we shall see.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/07/23/us-norway-blast-idUSTRE76L2VI20110723

  111. born in 76 says:

    Well how many times have we heard that there was “links to right wing extremism” and it happens to be the complete opposite? All the lamestream media needs is the “white guy” tag and they’re going to attach “right wing” to it right out of the gate. That way the damage is done. Like in the past when most(damn near all) of these cases prove that the perp is actually far left, there’s no retraction. Hell, they’ll actually bury the story quickly. The state of the media is not only pathetic, but is down right dangerous.

  112. Proud Kuffar says:

    @ Bob Roberts

    I’m sorry Bob, but I have to disagree. No scientific body in any field in any major country has come out and said Global Warming is conclusively wrong. A few have maintained noncommittal stances. There are also scientists who argue that human activity is not the sole or major cause for the recent increase in average temperatures. Some believe that the causes are still not fully understood.

    Studies have shown there has been a slight increase in average temperatures over the past 30 years (We are talking about a 0.6 +/- 0.2 degrees Celcius), so the phenomenon is relatively miniscule but nonetheless exists. That being said, I agree with you that the issue is being over-exaggerated by ecoliberals for political purposes and is often used as a hammer to punish corporations. I disagree vehemently with these individuals.

    I am not one who believes that one must forsake religious faith in the pursuit of scientific knowledge. Paleoconservative religious fundamentalists make the GOP seem hostile against science when in reality most scientists, medical professionals, and engineers fill its ranks. The Democratic Party meanwhile maintains its status as the haven for scummy trial lawyers, unions, and other dregs found in society. Faith in God is one of the driving forces behind my pursuit of a career in medicine.

  113. PabloD says:

    Dookiestain LaFlair says:

    “If you seriously think some magic carpenter came back to life 2000 years ago and is going to lead to heaven, you are mentally challenged.”

    There you have it; DlaF thinks Martin Luther King, Jr. was mentally challenged. What are you, Dook, some kind of racist?

  114. Passerby says:

    You know Anders Breivik, the sick son of a bitch that did this, thought just like you people. That his ‘craven socialist government’ was too weak to protect anyone from Muslims. So he went out and did exactly what a few of you suggest so casually: He wiped the next generation of ‘subversive’ hippies and socialists. He hoped it would spark a reaction just like the one you’re pushing: To have people freak out and install a more hawkish government to keep Norway ‘safe’ from terrorist acts like the one he just carried out or even drag his country into outright war. Turns out Norway had less to fear from any outside threat or cultural takeover than it did from self-professed patriots. And you wonder why people give far-right groups the same distrustful treatment you would give a moderate. Oh sorry, I mean insane super lefties. Since most right-wingers think of themselves as the moderates it kind of unbalances the scale from an outside perspective.

    You just proved terrorism works in America. Great job there, letting your enemies see how poor your information gathering skills and tactical appraisement are even after the information is verified by others. Even better job reducing the value of human life when you realized the killer wasn’t what you wanted him to be and his victims people you weren’t to broken up to see die. Let’s see if Norway compromises it’s democracy and religious freedoms as readily as the average Moonbat.

  115. lao says:

    Once again, Count Blount jumps the gun to pile blame where none exists. What a surprise.

    Let the spin begin.

    This thread will be scrolled away quickly.
    “Oh he was just a lone nut, nothing to do with us!”

  116. @PK says:

    It’s the quality of the data, not the conclusions that would not warrant an investment in the real world. Hostile? My company stood to make $millions from “cap and trade”.

    Real science holds, constants, we can’t say we’ll measure the data from one source (till it stops agreeing with out argument) then switch to another.

    For starters:
    a) A 4.5B year old, highly dynamic system,
    b)instruments capable of measuring temperature widely available for maybe 200 years,
    c)taking a “highest” temp instead of the area under a time/temp curve (as it should be),
    d)no standardization of equipment, technique, or calibration,
    e)a haphazard network of stations some widely dispersed some not, many in urban “heat islands”, with a large number (mostly near the Arctic) shut down at the end of the “cold war”
    f)”Proxies” like ice cores that cover an insignificant are of the planet and do not agree site to site, others like tree rings that were discarded to “hide the decline”
    g)the exact same solution proposed to combat AGW as was proposed to combat the man made ice age in ’79 : Massive redistribution of wealth from western capitalist countries to third world and socialist countries.

  117. Lunapipistrellus says:

    It’s impossible this attack could have been perpetrated by a white, armed, fundamentalist Christian Conservative.

    Find a black Muslim to arrest.

  118. jl says:

    It seems this attack was politically motivated. The bomb was planted outside the offices of the Norwegian government and the shooting took place at a summer camp for the youth wing of the governing party.

    The current governing party in Norway is the leftist Labour party.

  119. smm says:

    Where do we look again? For dark skinned guys, right? What was that?

    Oh, that is rich. C O uldn’t resist the premature e-hate-ulation there. could we?


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