06 May 2015

Will Pamela Geller Die For The (imagi)Nation?

The Islamic State has warned:

The attack by the Islamic State in America is only the beginning of our efforts to establish a wiliyah in the heart of our enemy. Our aim was the khanzeer Pamela Geller and to show her that we don’t care what land she hides in or what sky shields her; we will send all our Lions to achieve her slaughter.

I'd never heard of Pamela Geller until the Islamic State announced they would like to slaughter her. Apparently she was the hostess of the recent *draw a cartoon of Muhammad contest* down in Garland, Texas, which ended with a couple of bungling Islamic Staters getting shot to death before they could even get inside the building. . . 

Not being familiar with Ms. Geller, I can't say for sure why she served as hostess for the cartoon contest, but a quick internet search revealed Geller is not only a hostess, but an authoress, also:

Is America really in danger of islamization?  Didn't we just go through mass hysteria over Obama daring to suggest we negotiate with Iran?  And didn't more clearheaded Americans invite the Israelite Netanyahu to take center stage in the Capitol Building to instruct us on how to deal with the threat of islamization? And seeing how unreservedly Netanyahu's tutelage was accepted, it hardly seems America is in any danger of going mohammedan. But then, I never wrote any books on the subject, so maybe Geller knows better. . .

I mean, it seems more likely we'll have intragender marriage than the stoning of homosexuals in America, but again, I never wrote any books on the subject. . .

I mean, I  don't see any signs Wall Street is about to abandon usury. . .

No alcohol, no pork, no Katy Perry at halftime of the Super Bowl, no gambling, no pornography, no cigarettes, no video games, no sexting?  I mean, basically, the islamization of America would mean no sex, drugs and rock'n'roll--and that and war are all there are to America, so I just don't see any chance our great nation turns to Mecca. . .but let me repeat, I never wrote any books on the subject.

Perhaps forced islamization?  No.  What army on earth could convert a populace with such lax morals?  Do you see the Islamic State having the military might to roll into Baltimore and force this woman into putting on some clothes?
So surely a nation of indebted, intoxicated, discouraged workers malnourished with poisoned foods and forced to compete with hordes of immigrants for the diminished employments offered by the 1%ers war economy while trying to raise their hyper-vaccinated automaton offspring schooled in dumbed-down classrooms faces more pressing concerns than a hypothetical towel-heading?  And that's not to mention regional or minority issues: the Fukushima irradiated Pacific Coast, the disenfranchised colored zones, an increasingly identity disordered youth, fracking, drought, the Trans-Pacific Partnership. . .

No, I don't see the threat of islamization as particularly relevant to the well-being of the republic.  It seems only a figment of Pamela Geller's imagination.  

What this figment does seem relevant to, however, is the well-being of Ms. Geller, as the Islamic State has marked her for death.   And what a shame, if this kOOk (assuming she is a kOOk, and not a shameless blowhard peddling islamophobia for filthy lucre) should be transformed into a martyr, and her blood fire the imaginations of her credulous followers, and perhaps inspire more.

Nonetheless, if the 'worst' happens, what lesson should be learned from the death of Pamela Geller?  Let us remember the teaching of Jesus recorded in the thirteenth chapter of the gospel of Luke.  Jesus was asked about those who had died as a result of a violent uprising against the Roman procurator Pontius Pilate:

There were present at that season some that told Him of the Galilaeans, whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices. And Jesus answering said unto them, Suppose ye that these Galilaeans were sinners above all the Galilaeans, because they suffered such things? I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. Or those eighteen, upon whom the tower in Siloam fell, and slew them, think ye that they were sinners above all men that dwelt in Jerusalem? I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish.

If the Islamic State should behead Pamela Geller and her blood were to run in the street, should we consider her a worse sinner than any other American who supports the *war on terror?*  Nay.

Though in no danger of islamization, I don't doubt America will suffer violent acts from muslims.  As happened before, will happen again: America must reap what she has sown in the middle east.  Therefore, unless America repents of her state violence, she will suffer violence.   And in her individual case, unless Ms. Geller repents of her support of state violence, she shall likewise perish as those three thousand, upon whom the towers in New York fell. . .


  1. I haven't followed it closely, but this episode in Garland is a little bit suspicious. Somehow, a SWAT team arrived quickly enough to take part in the takedown of the two Muslims. The latter, in classic pawn/patsy fashion, get killed so they can't give their side of the story, just like Lee Harvey Oswald and the alleged Charlie Hebdo assassins. One of them was on probation and already known to the FBI. Also, take a look at the vehicle the two attackers used:


  2. There's a lot of stuff about this *attack* that would catch the eye of anybody into the James Shelby Downard/Michael A. Hoffman II King-Kill 33 weirdness. The *cultural center* was located on a street named Naaman Forest Blvd. . .Naaman was the Syrian leper healed by the Jewish prophet Elisha. . .so down in Garland we have two patsies/lepers *healed* by the Jewess prophetess Geller. And, of course, the events took place on the 33rd Parallel. And the two lepers, Homer Simpson and Apu, were from Phoenix which is also located on the 33rd Parallel. There's probably a lot more high weirdness to be found, if one looks closely at the people and places involved. . .