Friday, July 29, 2011

my piece in firstpost about the alleged breivik-hindu nexus. how about the #fai-ELM nexus? or naxalite-JNU nexus, eh?

guilt by association is a logical fallacy and therefore completely meaningless. however, they will get great mileage out of it.

if you want to talk guilt by association, hey, let's talk about the ELM. it is clear they have supped with #fai early and often.

and that the JNU crowd and in particular a certain newspaper support han chinese incursions onto indian sovereignty.

3 comments:

nutwit said...

"When the said neighbouring country sends terrorists who besiege the nation’s largest city, the terrorist handlers get all the information they want about the plans of the security forces from the hysterical coverage by Indian TV."

Indian TV gave the clue...
Wonder when these parasites in the media are apprehended...

Non Carborundum said...

Rajeev

Brevik is a copy-paste king.

Apart from the portions that he quotes, the rest of the manifesto also contains text lifted from the writings of Koenraad Elst, William S Lind etc. etc.

For instance, one paragraph from Brevik's manifesto:

"Most Europeans look back on the 1950s as a good time. Our homes were safe, to the
point where many people did not bother to lock their doors. Public schools were generally excellent, and their problems were things like talking in class and running in the halls. Most men treated women like ladies, and most ladies devoted their time and effort to making good homes, rearing their children well and helping their communities through volunteer work. Children grew up in two–parent households, and the mother was there to meet the child when he came home from school. Entertainment was something the whole family could enjoy."

This is lifted from the essay "What is “Political Correctness”?" by William S. Lind.

http://whitelocust.wordpress.com/america-in-crisis-the-triumph-of-political-correctness/what-is-%E2%80%9Cpolitical-correctness%E2%80%9D-and-the-overthrow-of-the-american-republic/

I suspect there isn't an original thought in the entire document. Don't think he's written (copy-paste assembled) it either. Looks like something put together by interns at Al Jazeera.

Copy-paste any text from it into google search and it throws up something written years earlier.

And I still can't come to terms with how this document was accessible by 7000 people but raised no red flags and went unreported.

He copy-pastes like any management consultant; so you're guilty by association!

Shiva Subramanian said...

There are a zillion causes supported on the net, some genuine, some not. It's pretty easy to come up with any one of a million insane ideas and then cherry-pick stuff on the net that seems to support it.