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Pamela Geller’s Book Stop the Islamization of America Is a Work of Love, not Hate

The effective anti-jihad activist pays the price for disturbing the Left's delusions.

Oleg Atbashian


August 6, 2011 - 1:12 am
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That means that Geller is being effective — as opposed to some chopped liver that wouldn’t say boo to a goose. She is treading on a lot of goose-stepping feet and ruffling a lot of silly flightless feathers. They want to hurt her back because, unlike normal human beings who thrive by learning new things, moral mutants thrive on the suffering of others.

The emotional pain they are deliberately trying to inflict on Geller is a mere reflection of their own anguish and irrational rage caused by the reality that she inadvertently brings into their nonsensical, nursery-rhyme universe.

The amount of their hatred is directly proportional to their own cognitive agony, which is commonly self-inflicted. Every personal attack against Geller is an attempt by the attacker to re-inflate his own personal ego after it has been punctured by the truth he couldn’t handle. Such is the nature of moral mutants: their feeling of self-worth can only be repaired by destroying someone else’s.

I hope that Geller will remember this, and deal with them the way a doctor deals with misbehaving mental patients: give them more medicine. I can’t tell her to take comfort in their mental anguish because, unlike them, she is a moral human being. But, as we all know, pain exists in nature for a reason. If anything, it teaches spoiled brats to make sense of their whereabouts.

I’ll review the book once I get the copy. These were just some thoughts I had upon seeing the book cover with a picture of Pamela Geller at the 9-11 rally, with the word LOVE on her chest obscured by the editor’s review.

Geller’s new book officially comes out in early September, but is already receiving orders.

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Oleg Atbashian, a writer and graphic artist from the former USSR, is the author of Shakedown Socialism, of which David Horowitz said, "I hope everyone reads this book."  In 1994 he moved to the U.S. with the hope of living in a country ruled by reason and common sense, appreciative of its freedoms and prosperity. To his dismay, he discovered a nation deeply infected by the leftist disease of "progressivism" that was arresting true societal progress. Oleg is the creator of a satirical website, which Rush Limbaugh described on his show as "a Stalinist version of The Onion."
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