Why Shoot Up The School In Pakistan? Because Terrorism Works Like Hell

Just in case you had forgotten what a horrible sack full of human beings President George W. Bush once declared the Global War on Terror to snuff out, the Taliban has graciously offered us a reminder. If they were just a wee bit more media savvy; they could have had Alice Cooper jamming to “School’s Out” in the background as they shot up a school in Pakistan. The maraschino cherry atop the carnage sundae involved the perverted end zone dance performed by the soul-dead killers.

Taliban terrorists allegedly burned a teacher alive and made the students watch during their attack on a Pakistan school which left over 130 people dead.

How can this be described as intelligence? How is this going to gain the Taliban market share anywhere with a higher elevation than Hell? This stuff is sick and here you are, RMJ, writing about it the way Internet pedophiles review their favorite snuff movies. What gives?

Me so sawwy, Jim Rico. I’m just saying ironically what a lot of people on The Post-modern American Left mean sincerely and believe deep down in their bones. John C. Wright described the moral phenomenon so prevalent among Progressive Leftists*.

The Left loved the Communists killing countless millions of innocent people both because they love the idea of corpses piled up so high that they blacken the sun, and because the Communists were foes of Christianity and civilization. But the Reds were civilized themselves enough to want things like running water and food and life, and so were unwilling to ignite a nuke and bring about the final and utter semisexual craving of the Left, which is obliteration. The Jihad are far more attractive, because they are vile, violent, and dishonorable on every level.

And lest you think that the dupes, traitors and Wallaby parlor pinks excusing Mon Haron Monis’ horrid crime spree in Australia are unique, this is something the Left has done for lo the decades. The 1974 Neil Young album On The Beach was never one that showed up on the playlist very often for The King Biscuit Flour Hour. Perhaps the track “Revolutionary Blues” that paid a suitably left-handed guitar pick homage to Charles Manson had something to do with this rational aversion. “…well I hear that Laurel Canyon is full of famous stars …but I hate them worse than lepers, …read more    

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