Nuggets of Wisdom

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Maher: Islamic Terrorists Worse Than Domestic Terrorists

While most moonbats will argue that a culture that oppresses women and executes homosexuals is equal to a culture that extols sexual equality and permits alternative lifestyles, left-wing loudmouth Bill Maher unabashedly proclaims that the “Religion of Peace” is anything but peaceful—an action that would label him an “Islamophobe” if he were right-wing like Juan Williams or Bill O'Reilly.

On his show last Friday, Bill Maher—a moonbat I love to hate—destroyed the liberal lie of cultural relativism, or multiculturalism, by saying Islamic terrorists are a greater threat that domestic terrorists.

Of course, when referring to domestic terrorists, he specifically mentions right-wing extremists such as Timothy McVeigh, as Maher believes the left-wing isn’t as violent as the right. (Never mind ultra-left environmental groups such as the ELF and ALF—both which are funded by PETA, of which Maher is a board member!)

Video and transcript from NewsBusters:

So let me get to the part where I think you may not agree with me which is I do agree that there are other groups that pose a terrorist threat to this country. There are right-wing militias who are nutty and the Ku Klux Klan and abortion bombers and Timothy McVeigh types. I would say that the threat potentially from radicalized Muslims is a unique and greater threat. It is the greatest threat.

Let me give you the reasons why I jotted down why. One, it's been going on a thousand years this problem between Islam and the west. We are dealing with a culture that is in its medieval era. It comes from a hate-filled holy book, the Koran, which is taken very literally by its people. They are trying to get nuclear weapons. I don't think Tim McVeigh would ever have tried to get a nuclear weapon because I think right-wing nuts they think they love this country and they are not trying to destroy this country. They want to get it away from the people they see as hijacking it. That’s different than Muslim extremists who want to destroy it. And also, it's a culture of suicide bombing, which is hard to deter from people who want to kill themselves.
Of course, his guest Congressman Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) gave the age-old excuse that not all Muslims are terrorists, an excuse Maher quickly eradicated.
Of course. No one is disputing that the vast, vast, giant majority of Muslims are not the problem. We're talking about a very small percentage, but it just takes one. That's what we're talking about when we're talking about terrorism, and obviously there is something that is going on that they're getting from the Koran.