I was saddened by the Virginia Tech. disaster. It is a tragedy that will be long remembered. Especially by those who've lost someone of their own. :( My heart goes out to those people.
For those of you who didn't hear the killers rantings. Apparently he was bullied for his race, status *money*, etc. Be mindful that his ramblings are almost incoherant, bordering on crazy. And yes, he did leave a manifesto of his rantings.
Here is the thing, today I went on youtube and found this:
HOW MUCH BETTER IS FOX NEWS' MESSAGE THAN THAT OF THE KILLERS'; BLAMING INNOCENT PEOPLE FOR ACTS OF ANOTHER?
Sure, you guys are going to say that Fox News is a joke but some people are ignorant enough to see the world through media-fad-tinted glasses. Like the Muslim-hating-fad. Can anyone honestly tell me that if this person's real name was Ismail that this wouldn't have been referred to as a "terrorist act" rather than a "massacre"??? He was trying to make a political statement like most loser extremeturds are. Yes, based on the world stats muslims are rather known for their jihaad-streak but they are also over one billion of them in the world. Not to mention most of them live under poor conditions in war ridden countries. According to them, dying is easy when they have nothing to live for. Same for this chu guy. Yet, he is torted a victim of circumstance while an "Ismail" would've been a muslim fundamentalist? Fuck this shit! I haven't followed islam for a long time but this is the kind of mindless finger pointing that births fucktards like Chu.
According to FBI records 16,000 people die every year. Sixteen Thousand. Yet all we hear is 911, Chu, Terrorist, Massacre, ... just because it doesn't suit any government agenda. See Source: one two
All that just to say I am fucking annoyed with people, flist. People need to recognize ignorance that breeds this kind of hatred rather than blaming it on a certain race, religion, or stereotype. Because really, it will never end unless we stop it somewhere. *breathes* This is one of the many reasons why the concept of "organized religion" aggrevates me. No offence to anyone religious. :(
By the way, the dumbass ignorant fox-fux should do their research. It was "Abrahim" (the father of Ismail) who broke the idols according to Muslims and Jews holy book. As the story goes, *not verbatim* Abrahim didn't believe in false idols that arabic people worshipped (this is before islam). One day he is assigned to look after the temple full of idols *300+ statues of dieties*. When his father? returns to pick him up after his shift, all idols are broken. He asked Abrahim why he broke all idols. Abrahim humours, I didn't break them the biggest idol did. *Points at the biggest idol statue that is holding a huge hammer* His father doesn't believe him. Abrahim says, "you don't think that a statue could move to break these idols yet you worship him and think he'll solve all your problems?"
Yes. Abrahim was a smart ass. According to the books. lolz And you will respect my AUTHORATAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA... okay I need me some cartmen after that extremely depressing rant.