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A muslim Attacks Again – CNN’s Response? “Wear the Hijab.” November 30, 2016

Posted by Tantumblogo in disaster, Ecumenism, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, paganism, rank stupidity, scandals, secularism, self-serving, silliness, Society.
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For solidarity, ostensibly.

I’ve argued for years, that once the Left finally feels it has crushed Christianity sufficiently, and is left with no effective rhetorical, ideological, or physical defense against islam, leftists will happily don the hijab (or force their women to – aren’t a lot of “liberated” women in for a shock) and take up the mantle of this false religion.  Leftism has always been primarily a force created to oppose Christianity.  That is its primary purpose as an ideology.  Were its reason for existence to go away, leftism would rapidly whither (there would be exceptions, to be sure) while its devotees cast about for an alternative set of religious beliefs.  With a militant islam at the doorstep demanding obeisance, most will submit.

Hastening the day, in response to yet another jihadist attack in the United States (in a safe space, gun-free university, to boot!), a CNN newsreader has decided that this jihadist was somehow justified in feeling put upon in the country which welcomed him and showered him with material largesse totally unknown in his totally dysfunctional, decrepit home-nation, and that American women should don the hijab to show their solidarity with the horrible suffering muslims are enduring, to the extent that 3 million or more have moved here in the last 10 years alone:

Americans should wear hijabs to show solidarity with Muslim women who fear being attacked for wearing the religious head covering, CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota suggested on Monday, just hours before an Islamic radical stabbed students at Ohio State University. [Oh, excuse me. She said this BEFORE the attack?  That makes my point all the more forcefully.  Part of them longs for this kind of domination, as the Leftist ideology has always been riddled with souls working out “daddy issues” well into adulthood, or even into the grave]

“Maybe there will be a movement where people wear the head scarf in solidarity. You know, even if you’re not Muslim,” Camerota said during an early-morning broadcast on CNN’s “New Day.”

“Maybe it’s the way people shave their heads, you know, sometimes in solidarity with somebody who is going through something,” she added.

Camerota was responding to a CNN segment about Muslim women who say they live in fear of being verbally or physically attacked for wearing head scarves. [Once again the Left conflates disagreement with something akin to a physical attack.  I fully endorse women dressing modestly, but I do have a problem when the  men in their lives more or less force them to do so.  And things like the burqa are just grotesque, ludicrous, a commentary far more on the muslim man’s total inability to practice self-control than it is the “wanton” nature of woman]

The segment tied a spate of alleged incidents in which Muslim women have been targeted for wearing hijabs to Donald Trump’s presidential win. [BS]

“The Trump Transition: Fearful Muslim women take steps to be safe,” read the chyron that CNN chose for the segment.

“I hope I can wear it one day again. I hope I can feel safe enough to do so,” Marwa Abdelghani, a Muslim-American woman, told the network.

The piece did not note that some of the alleged hate incidents in the aftermath of Trump’s win have been found to be hoaxes. An 18-year-old University of Louisana-Lafayette student was charged with filing a false report after she claimed that a group of white Trump supporters hurled racial slurs at her and stole her hijab several days after the election.

Ummm, as far as is known, every single one of these claims has either been a hoax, or completely unsubstantiated.  There may be a handful of real instances – there are boneheads everywhere – but this is hardly a mass movement.  Once again, the Left turns the aggressor into the victim and creates bigotry where there is none, or is in actuality not prejudice at all but rational concern based on a mountain of evidence.

Islam and Leftism are two sides of the same coin, forged in hell and flipped by satan.

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1. Faith of Our Fathers - December 1, 2016

Tantum–You really have to stop telling Moslems what they should do don’t you know it’s against their BS Law. Also at least Trumps in you have a chance over in the U.S. Not so in Europe the Moslems now run the show. Their filthy Islamic culture is now upon us . I wonder just how bad those women ( if their all women) really smell in the heat when wearing those Tents.

2. Dismas - December 1, 2016

Pass the Pepto…

3. The Lord's Blog - December 1, 2016

No thanks, we women in the Catholic Church have a veil or headscarf we can wear.

hmmm - December 5, 2016

In the first half of the twentieth century women also wore hats in everyday life as a part of their wardrobe. Remember Jackie Kennedy still wore hats in the early sixties as first lady — and gloves. Maybe hats will come back in fashion. By the way, do any ladies and girls still wear gloves to Church ? We used to when I was a little girl. It went with the hat / veil / doily on the head. Maybe they went the way of the girdle, non-pantyhose nylons, and slips.

The Lord's Blog - December 5, 2016

I thought of that when I was writing my comment. Funny I was thinking of Jackie Kennedy to sometime ago. I think I did when I went for Easter Mass and I think for Communion. I remember the gloves vaguely. I never wore the veil because I went to the “Kumbaya School and Church” by that time. 1970’s for grade school then I’m afraid went to public school I didn’t want my parents to pay the big price of Catholic High School by then. One should dress for the Lord at Mass. Right now I’m not at mass watching it on TV. Someday though…….
My hope is the nonsense being taught today in the Church will come to an end by the Lord. Thanks for the reply I’m in agreement.

4. The Lord's Blog - December 1, 2016

Reblogged this on Jean'sBistro2010's Blog and commented:
BLOGGER’S NOTE: This lady can wear the veil which can be instituted by the Catholic Church at anytime. That is my headscarf in respect to God.

5. c matt - December 1, 2016

I guess CNN went from the Clinton News Network to the Caliphate News Network. That was quick.

6. Magdalene - December 1, 2016

How many muslim women are being attacked by non-muslim men in this country? If there were ANY, it would be headlines–oh the hate crime! Compare that to how many Swedish women are being raped by Islamic men in Sweden, what is it? About 100% of the attacks and rapes. Nuff said.

7. c matt - December 1, 2016

who say they live in fear of being verbally or physically attacked for wearing head scarves

“say” thus no unbiased corroborating witnesses
“in fear of” – thus no actual substantiated attacks, just fear of them

as for verbally vs. physically attacked, I won’t deny that one can be attacked verbally, and it can be quite unsettling – just ask a Trump supporter.

Tantumblogo - December 1, 2016

And how much of this “fear” is ginned up by a media that after every attack screams more about “reprisals” and “islamophobia” than it does the attack itself and the religion that encourages – if not requires – them? What impact does hearing every day that America is an irredeemably racist, sexist, muslim-hating country have on these people? Does it not fill them with anger and ideas of revenge? That appears to be precisely the case with this attacker at OSU.

When will the media be held accountable for stoking the fires of hear and hatred that may well help precipitate many of these attacks? And not just muslim ones, either, the entire BLM movement and cop-shooting phenomenon we are seeing of late is a creation of media scare-mongering.

At their judgment, they will have a very great deal to answer for. Perhaps as much as certain bloggers.

8. dfw - December 1, 2016

I’ll give you solidarity. My second cousin – a retired dentist and an alum of Ohio State – recently got his handgun license in Ohio.


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