Skip to comments.The progressive “climate of hate:” An illustrated primer, 2000-2010 [Michelle Malkin documents hate]
Posted on 01/10/2011 7:07:18 AM PST by upchuck
The Tuscon massacre ghouls who are now trying to criminalize conservatism have forced our hand.
They need to be reminded. You need to be reminded.
Confront them. Don’t be cowed into silence.
And don’t let the media whitewash the sins of the hypocritical Left in their naked attempt to suppress the law-abiding, constitutionally-protected, peaceful, vigorous political speech of the Right.
They want to play tu quo que in the middle of a national tragedy? They asked for it. They got it.
The progressive climate of hate: A comprehensive illustrated primer in 8 parts:
I. PALIN HATE
II. BUSH HATE
III. MISC. TEA PARTY/GOP/ANTI-TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE HATE
IV. ANTI-CONSERVATIVE FEMALE HATE
V. LEFT-WING MOB HATE — campus, anti-war radicals, ACORN, eco-extremists, & unions
VI. OPEN-BORDERS HATE
VII. ANTI-MILITARY HATE
VIII. HATE: CRIMES — the ever-growing Unhinged Mugshot Collection
I rarely bookmark political stuff, but I bookmarked Malkin’s article without hesitation. A good (but scary!) compilation of hate, and it’s not even complete, nor nearly so!
And there’s a lot more. Michelle needs to write a book, a full color illustrated book of this trash.
.........or SOMEBODY needs to do it. 600 pages of it would be EASY to find .
Bookmark and hate ping.
Michelle Malkin is a Great American. She herself has been the target of the most extreme, misogynistic, hateful rhetoric from the left that anyone can imagine in their most horrific nightmares. She has been demeaned as a woman and for her asian heritage (she doesn’t seem to know the “place” the left has set aside for any person of colour). Leftist bloggers have speculated about her being raped and abused. And through it all she has remained steadfast, positive and dedicated to defending America and the cause of conservatism. If anyone knows of the hypocrisy of the left in trying to portray a Karl Marx loving 9-11 truther as a “conservative”, it is Michelle. She’s seen first hand what the “empathetic” left does to their enemies.
Get the pictures while they’re still in cache, because apparently the site is going down.
And please keep her safe.
I’m wondering why this kind of stuff
doesn’t get the libs upset...
Outdone herself? This stuff is PRICELESS! It's the Mona Lisa of the conservative movement. When it comes to exposing the Left for their blatant hypocrisy on this subject alone (volumes could be filled when it comes to the general hypocrisy of the Left), it just doesn't get any better.
She could also throw in some video from Bush’s first inauguration. I remember all the anarchists running thru the streets of DC. Probably some of them in that collection of mug shots...
This is one of the best compendiums of HATE FROM THE LEFT I’ve seen.
Compare and contrast the Tea Party protests and how they don’t seem to be always teetering on the edge of violence.
THE LEFT IS THE PARTY OF HATE & INTOLERANCE.
She didn’t even mention the wacko who held up the Discovery Channel, or the loon who flew his plane into the IRS, or Amy Bishop, or the fact that Obama is best friends with an admitted terrorist who never apologized for his actions.
She left out that movie Machete.
Anybody have an account at Malkin’s blog? Please post this on there so she knows to add it to the list of BUSH HATE (imagine if someone made a “Death of a Kenyan President” movie, what violence from the left that would trigger):
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Death of a President
Directed by Gabriel Range
Produced by Gabriel Range
Written by Gabriel Range
Starring Hend Ayoub
Becky Ann Baker
Music by Richard Harvey
Cinematography Graham Smith
Editing by Brand Thumim
Studio Borough Films
Distributed by Optimum (UK DVD)
Newmarket Films (U.S.)
Release date(s) 10 September 2006 (Toronto Film Festival)
9 October 2006 (UK TV)
27 October 2006 (U.S.)
Running time 93 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English, Arabic
Gross revenue $869,352
Death of a President is a 2006 British mockumentary about the assassination of George W. Bush, the 43rd U.S. President, on 19 October 2007 in Chicago, Illinois. By means of actors, archival film footage and computer-generated special effects, the assassination is the thematic beginning of serious discussions about civil disobedience, racial profiling, the U.S. Government’s reduction of civil liberties, news sensationalism as agitational propaganda and the theory of Just War.
The premiere showing was at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival on 10 September 2006, and in the UK, it was broadcast on More4 on 9 October, then on Channel 4 on 19 October 2006, a year to the day before the assassination date in the film. It was broadcast in Finland on 18 October 2007, the assassination date’s eve. In Japan, despite governmental interference, the film was exhibited in cinemas on 6 October 2007.
Bump for later.