Busted

Charles Johnson catches Pamela Geller in the act of altering an old post of an email that could have been written by Norway’s Christianist mass murderer or one of his buddies. No matter who wrote it, the fact remains: Geller is furiously trying to cover her tracks of condoning violent rhetoric against Muslims (and I mean violent — check Johnson’s post now).

In case you’re unfamiliar with Geller’s amphetamine-driven site, do check it out. Her new schtick is pointing to the Fort Hood plotter and shrieking, Why isn’t the media giving this the attention they gave the Norway massacre? Well, Pam, it’s really kind of simple: the plotter didn’t kill anyone, while Breivik slaughtered more than 70 people, many of them young, including children. And the Fort Hood story has gotten tons of press.

Geller lurks in an alternative universe in which the media are actually accomplices to the terrorists. And she employs a tar baby mentality. Anyone who can be remotely connected to a story of Islamic terrorism is by association a terrorist. (Just ask this guy, a Jewish pro-Israel columnist who endorsed the “911 mosque” and thus earned from Geller the title “Jihad Jeffro.” Really.) When this simple algorithm is applied to herself she recoils like a viper and blames it all on liberals, who are all stealth jihadists.

Sorry if this isn’t China-related but I think it’s important. Geller’s audience gets bigger and bigger, and the idea that she can actually galvanize the masses to hate Muslims is scary. She needs to exposed.

If you’re new to this site, see my last post for more details on why I see Geller and her cohorts as evil.

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Richard Burger is the author of Behind the Red Door: Sex in China, an exploration of China's sexual revolution and its clash with traditional Chinese values.

The Discussion: 61 Comments

@The Clock

You’re funny, man.

August 17, 2011 @ 1:29 pm | Comment

Sorry about the death of the man and condolences his family, but do China and the world a favor and do not continue his writing. China’s image deserves (somewhat) better than what the 50-centers, fenqing, Hidden Hamonizers, pug_sters, Red Stars and all those of that ilk are publishing in its name. Instead, seek truth from FACTS.

August 17, 2011 @ 9:19 pm | Comment

to his family

August 17, 2011 @ 9:31 pm | Comment

With just a little sleuthing Math could easily be identified. Anyone up to the challenge?

August 18, 2011 @ 6:33 am | Comment

@Canrun – Well, normally I would be up for a bit of detective work – it’s not to different to some of the things I do with companies in my job. In this case, however, we’re talking about a dead man. Have some respect for Christ’s sake.

August 18, 2011 @ 6:39 am | Comment

FOARP
I came to this after two main experiences:

In China it’s “goose-stepping”, anywhere else it’d be “marching”, no matter how solid the semantics are. Surprisingly, usage and tone matters.

Likewise for the second, what he was charged with is irrelevant. Not that I agree with their theories (or know enough to care).

August 19, 2011 @ 3:57 am | Comment

“In this case, however, we’re talking about a dead man. Have some respect for Christ’s sake.”

You say that with quite a bit of certainty. Also, it’s not like Math ever had any respect for Richard or his site.

August 19, 2011 @ 4:53 am | Comment

Well, he did make it his home among all the China blogs. What an honor.

August 19, 2011 @ 5:03 am | Comment

“In China it’s “goose-stepping”, anywhere else it’d be “marching””

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

A goose step is a goose step is a goose step, no matter how you try and rename it. Has been since the 18th century.

Math dead, eh? Sad, will miss his misinformed and factually incorrect rambling…

August 19, 2011 @ 6:35 am | Comment

To 56:

Actually, goose-stepping is one form of “marching”. It’s just a more descriptive term for the type of marching. If another army in another country did a goose-step march, that could also be described as goose-stepping. If the hh crew chose to ascribe some extra connotation to it, well, we know the hh crew will do what the hh crew does.

“what he was charged with is irrelevant”
—pardon? Guilty as charged is one thing. Now Liu is guilty of what he wasn’t charged with? I guess the hh crew just elevated themselves to being prosecutor, judge, and jury…in china….all the while living in the us of a. Man, they are quite something.

August 19, 2011 @ 7:30 am | Comment

@SKC – The best of it is that at least one of the HH crew works for Uncle Sam.

August 30, 2011 @ 3:33 am | Comment

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