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Wednesday, October 5, 2005


Excellent post at Tammy Bruce's blog.

Liberals as Terrorist Whisperers

Here's a note I received from reader Chris in Knoxville with excellent insight about lessons to be learned from the movie "Grizzly Man."

Dear Tammy,

...This documentary of Timothy Treadwell who went to live among the bears in the Katmai National Park in an attempt to become known as a "bear whisperer" seemed to me an apt metaphor for the liberal approach to terrorism and its fundamental insanity.

Treadwell had the audacity to believe he could live in harmony with grizzly bears. Apparently throughout the self-made documentary he applauds himself for not using any guns in his approach to human/bear relations. The movie ends with disturbing and, in a sick way, comic predictability. Treadwell is eaten by the bears with which he sought to live in unarmed harmony.

The comparisons to the liberal response to terrorists are uncanny. Treadwell would have had us believe that Grizzly Bears are truly peaceful creatures who are only driven to violence by gun toting hunters. Liberals would have us believe that terrorists are incited to violence, not by their own violent natures and philosophies, but by armed American aggression.

Like Treadwell, liberals believe that peaceful coexistence with terrorists is simply a matter of America realizing the truly peaceful nature of Islam and letting our guard down in order to understand the terrorists. Like Treadwell, should we accept the liberal approach to terrorism we will all be eaten.


AC 10/09/2005 12:37:00 PM  

Maybe you forget that terrorists are people, like you and me, and not animals? Bears do not possess the ability to reason, nor do they possess the ability to hijack airplanes. But, hey, if this helps you feel better!

Kevin 10/09/2005 02:43:00 PM  

Oh, Adam, I'm sorry. I meant actual bears - the animals - not the gay sub-culture.

prismwarden 10/09/2005 02:58:00 PM  

Poor Adam
could not understand
analogies and metaphors
in writing

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