Sunday, October 16, 2005

Islamic Terrorists, The Unspoken Enemy

When the MSM names the Catholic Church by name in their coverage of the priest sexual abuse scandal as an example of the many MSM abuses and their anti-Catholic bias. Of course we live in a democracy and there is what we call freedom of speech which I am all for and enjoy myself. But I am not here to complain about how the MSM portrays the Catholic Church, but in comparison to other religious groups such as the Jews and Muslims, we (the Catholic Church clerics and laity) face unrelenting coverage. In particular, when Islamic terrorists strike in Nalchik, Russia, or Beslan, Russia, or Madrid, Spain or London, England, it takes several paragraphs into an article until the word 'muslim' or 'islam' is even mentioned in connection to the action. Mark Steyn of the Chicago Sun-Times wrote in his column today how the MSM agenda of multiculturism of tolerating the intolerant wrote:
"So you're nice about gays and Native Americans? Big deal. Anyone can be tolerant of the tolerant, but tolerance of intolerance gives an even more intense frisson of pleasure to the multicultural- masochists. And so Islamists who murder non-Muslims in pursuit of explicitly Islamic goals are airbrushed into vague, generic 'rebel forces.'"
Michelle Malkin was a bit more blunt but to the point. In her column she calls it as she sees it and I can't agree more with how she portrays the MSM political correctness jihad against naming the enemy. Here Michelle Malkin states:
"Such is the attitude of the national media, which seems to believe that 'tis better to live in ignorance and indulge in hindsight later than to offend the gods of political correctness."
Call a spade a spade and be fair not unequal when covering your stories. Nonetheless, thank goodness for the blogosphere or we'd still be listening to Dan Rather and 60 Minutes II. One example of the blogosphere revealing the truth is Kathy Shaidle of Relapsed Catholic. She blogged about the discontent in Russia by a famed author who has recognized how tolerance of the intolerant may ruin a Christian country such as Russia. This Russian author is in the similar mold as that Italian author Orriana Falluci and her books The Force of Reason and The Rage and the Pride.


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