Far Left Lunatic Who Hates God Kills Three Muslims, And Because He Is Not Christian, The Liberals And Muslims Are NOT SAYING ANYTHING

Muslims and leftists love to cite Timothy McVeigh as an example to show Muslims are not the only brand of terrorists. Yet, in the case of the suspect who shot three Muslim Students to death in Chapel Hill, NC, the comparison is perhaps more accurate than it’s ever been but neither Muslims nor leftists are making that comparison.

Hicks and McVeigh: Both atheists and leftists.

Hicks and McVeigh: Both atheists and leftists.

The alleged shooter in Chapel Hill is a man named Craig Stephen Hicks. Like McVeigh was, he is white. McVeigh was a self-professed agnostic and Hicks is an atheist. Both are far cries from being right-wing Christians.

McVeigh bemoaned the killing of innocents at Ruby Ridge and Waco, using those incidents as justification for killing… innocents, to include children.

On Hicks’ Facebook page, his banner boldly proclaims that he is ‘Anti-Theism’ and touts himself as one of the ‘Atheists for Equality’. Perhaps most ironic is that Hicks berates people of faith for having ‘superstitions’ that ‘keep killing people’. Assuming Muslim college students qualify as ‘people’, it’s more than just a little bit hypocritical:

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McVeigh considered his religion to be science. Hicks proudly displays a photo of Bill Nye the “Science Guy” with an accompanying quote attributed to Nye. It says:

“The best argument against religion is a five minute conversation with the average religious person.”

Hicks also proudly displays a quote of an atheist he seems to revere, namely Madalyn Murray O’Hair:

(via Hicks Facebook)

(via Hicks Facebook)

In one of his several Facebook photos, Hicks compares the Nazi Party to the Tea Party, which is precisely what the Occupy Wall Street crowd did in 2011. This is where the comparisons get a little tricky but they’re there. McVeigh was a neo-Nazi; the American Nazi Party endorsed the Occupy Wall Street protests; the Tea Party is antithetical to OWS; and Hicks attempted to demagogue the Tea Party by likening it to the Nazi Party.

HIcks Facebook page compares Nazi Party to Tea Party.

HIcks Facebook page compares Nazi Party to Tea Party.

That may seem to be confusing but don’t forget, Muslims like to both praise Hitler and the Nazis while also insisting that Jews are the real Nazis. In the case of Hicks, the comparison is more about painting the Tea Party as being evil than it is making a statement on Nazism.

In addition to obsessing about his atheism, Hicks is also a strong proponent of gay marriage. We’re not sure where McVeigh stood on this one but being in support of gay marriage is clearly a left-wing issue. In fact, speaking of Nazis, many of the Nazi leaders were themselves homosexuals. The homosexual deviancy of the Nazis is well documented.

It sounds like McVeigh and Hicks might agree on quite a few things. Nonetheless, Muslims like one of the American leaders who visited the White House – Dean Obeidallah – is still twisting himself into knots to blame the right:

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  • Julie LaBrecque

    This Atheist just proved he is a delusional hypocrite: HIS superstitious belief killed people. I’ve already heard all the news casts jump on this as a being a ‘hate crime’. None of these news group ever said that regarding the massacre at Ft. Hood, the ongoing slaughter of Christians in the world, or the slaughter of the 4 Jewish men killed in the Kosher Deli in Paris.

    • Eric

      Right, Julie. I’m amazed at how our media–well, most of it, anyway–turns a blind eye to the suffering of our middle eastern Brothers and Sisters of the Faith. I wish I could do more to help them other than just pray, but given my current situation, that’s sadly all I can do. I’m convinced our media is an evil leftist mouthpiece–except for say CBN with Pat Robertson and company, Rush Limbaugh (whom me and my family love, by the way), Mark Levin, Michael Savage, and of course, the hardworking folks here at Shoebat.com.

      • Julie LaBrecque

        With you on that. One of my former work colleagues always thought Rush was a loud wind-bag until she actually began listening to him then realized her opinion was formed from listening to liberals bashing him.

        • Eric

          As my Mom says, “Smart People get Rush immediately; it takes normal people some listening first.”

        • Woody

          Yes, Rush must have a 200 IQ; he sees things a year away that come true that i never think of; the only people who bash him are those that have never heard him.

      • Kamau40

        You are right on your points. I’m glad you are fan of Michael Savage and Mark Levin. In my opinion, I think those two are the very few who outright speak truth about the dangers of Islam. They are hard core. What amazes me more is that they speak bodly on issues that the chruch’s in the West should be saying.

        • Eric

          Right, Kamau. Hardcore is what we need these days. I hope we’ll only get more and more hardcore guys as time passes. Lord knows we need it.

      • Higlac

        I would add Ms. Bonni Intall-Benstock of http://www.barenakedislam.com (she and Mr. Walid Shoebat are good friends) to the list.

        • Eric

          I’ll check her out, Higlac. 🙂

    • Woody

      Right even the grandma said it was over a parking space…

  • RodK1975

    One thing is for sure… they were pissing their drawers hoping it was a Catholic or Methodist that pulled this off. The other thing you can guarantee is that, since he wasn’t a right-wing, conservative, Christian, Tea party-er this news story will vanish like a fart in a stiff breeze.

    • Julie LaBrecque

      Maybe not because it was ‘Muslims’ that were killed.

      • RodK1975

        HAHA! Right, that bumps the odds up to 50/50 they keep it going!

        • Julie LaBrecque

          Righto!

  • Kamau40

    Most people in this country seem to have developed severe amnesia and are also unable to see the connection between Islam and leftists.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    Bill Donohue, President of the Catholic League, comments on the killing of three Muslims in Chapel Hill, North Carolina:

    Craig Stephen Hicks turned himself in after shooting three young Muslims near the campus of the University of North Carolina. Hicks is a rabid atheist who is known for his hatred of Christianity and Islam. Indeed, he saw the two religions as similar. He recently asked on his Facebook page “why radical Christians and radical Muslims are so opposed to each others’ influence when they agree about so many ideological issues.”
    Hicks is a big fan of British atheist Richard Dawkins. Dawkins condemned the killings but he said nothing about Hicks’ atheism or his influence on him. Dawkins needs to open up about this issue. Hicks supports Atheists for Equality and other gay activist associations. Similarly, we need to know more about this linkage.
    Facebook Likes listed by Hicks include the Southern Poverty Law Center and Freedom from Religion Foundation.
    The Southern Poverty Law Center specializes in naming individuals and groups that allegedly promote hate speech. It lists Dr. Ben Carson, a respectable conservative activist, and the Family Research Council, a respectable conservative organization, as haters. It would be instructive to know why it thinks that Hicks, a true hater, was drawn to its work.
    Freedom from Religion Foundation has a moral obligation to speak up. After all, it spends most of its time demonizing religion. What might Hicks have learned from them?
    We also need to know why the Associated Press and the New York Times, unlike all other media outlets, refuse to mention the killer’s atheism. Had Hicks been a Catholic activist, they would be highlighting the connection

    • RodK1975

      “why radical Christians and radical Muslims are so opposed to each
      others’ influence when they agree about so many ideological issues.”

      What completely blows my mind and what should fascinate and scare the pants off of everyone, Christians especially, is the Left’s ability to build and maintain a delusion that is unbelievable and completely opposite of reality. This just proves, in my mind, that spiritual darkness is at the core of these delusions. All I hear about is “extremist Christians” and “radical Christian” and I hear all the time how Christianity is so awful and just as bad as Islam. Yet there’s no evidence for this delusion. You can’t flip through the news today and find a Christian body count.

      You mention Islam and you get the “Religion of Peace” screed and the “few bad apples” lecture. And what’s so infuriating about that is, that argument is plausible and works for Christianity, but is fallacious when used to describe Islam. The Bible doesn’t teach us to kill non-believers and to subjugate infidels and Jews. Yes, now and then you do get a bad apple or two in Christianity and every Christian will tell you that a preacher that robs his congregation or molests a child is an apostate demon and not a true Christian. Yet, one person screws up and the label “Christian” is somehow applied to them (plausible or not) and the Left goes nuts screaming the “evils” and so forth perpetrated by Christianity. Nevermind the fact that they’ve got to go back 1000 years to find an event and then DISTORT that event into being a “bad” thing Christianity has done.

      Meanwhile, I read somewhere not long ago that there’s only been two days without a terrorist attack somewhere in the world since 9-11-2001. We have an Islamic body count that keeps growing and growing. The Koran and other Islamic literature permits killing of Christians, Jews, other non-believers. It allows you to take slaves, rape women and children. It permits you to steal from non-believers, it allows men to beat their wives and mutilate their daughters and kill both if they dishonor the family. And, they make the animals they kill for food suffer as much as possible before death. Yet, no word from NOW, PETA, supposed child protection groups, Liberals and feminists don’t say a word. But, it’s the Religion of Peace and if you say one word to the contrary, forget Muslims coming after you, the Leftist will attack you as hard or harder than the Muslims will for bringing this up. This should clear up the question left in anyone’s mind as to whether or not demonic forces are at play in this world misleading and deceiving the masses. If the Left and the Atheists really used the “reason” and “logic” they claim to be the proprietors of, then none of this would be a problem AT ALL.

      Sorry… got hung up on a rant… :-))

      • AnthonyM

        Exactly. You said ‘…the Left’s ability to build and maintain a delusion that is unbelievable and completely opposite of reality. ‘. So very try. Something is true simply because they want it to be. Reminds me of a quote from Dr Bill Warner – ‘…but apologists are ignorant, free of facts, and in the soil of ignorance, any fantastic flower grows.’

        • RodK1975

          Sadly, that’s right Mr Anthony. That fact alone should scare every Christian to death. It’s the tool that will be the excuse for our extermination for the “greater good”. People better start thinking and realize the unbelievable and unimaginable is going to take place and the delusions coming will be far harder to discern from reality than what’s happening now.

          • Grandmere

            Right-o. These delusions are nothing compared to what’s coming. Heck people already believe these lies. What will happen when they believe THE lie.

          • RodK1975

            Like I tell my family… be prepared for ANYTHING and EVERYTHING even the seemingly impossible.

      • Julie LaBrecque

        A most excellent point, the ability to build and maintain a delusion is spot-on. This is EXACTLY what happened in Germany under Hitler and his henchmen.

        • Woody

          Where are my Eastern friends when I need them–this is on the other site with the nit wits: (Edwin, etc)

          ThePhoenixRises

          Jesus did not speak Greek and did not quote the Septuagint version of the bible.JEsus spoke Aramaic and Hebrew, not Greek. “The Luther Bible is a German language Bible translation from Hebrew and ancient Greek by Martin Luther. The New Testament was first published in 1522 and the complete Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments and Apocrypha, in 1534.”
          That’s not the King James, which was created as an ENGLISH translation.

          You really should get your facts straight before claiming the God said ANYTHING to you.

          • Julie LaBrecque

            I believe that Jesus, when with his family, disciples, and Jewish community, spoke Aramaic/Hebrew, but when in his dialogue with Pontius Pilate spoke either Latin or Greek (Jesus knows all languages). I do know that there are approx. 300 quotes from the Septuagint in the NT.

    • Dan Knight

      Amen Julie! Thank you for sharing.

      • Julie LaBrecque

        Welcome Dan! Good to see you still hanging around.

        • Dan Knight

          Been around. I’ve been trying to spend less time feeding my political news feed addiction. Aside from work, I’m trying to write a book … LOL

          • Julie LaBrecque

            Well, it was good to hear from you. What kind of book are you writing?

          • Dan Knight

            … uh … Actually it is sort of a Bible Study. Our parish priest, and a good friend criticized Martha when her feast day came up, and I thought it was a tad unfair. If you read Luke 10:38-42 carefully, you will see that Jesus rebuffs Martha. Fair enough, but compare it to rebuffing Peter or burning the Pharisees to the ground for hypocrisy. Anyway … while I was looking into that I made a discovery. …

            I am just a few weeks away from publication and I’m trying to get it finished before letting the cat out of the bag. 😉

          • Julie LaBrecque

            Wish you well!

          • Multikulti Baby

            Are you a reverend? You speak like you would be good enough to be my Reverend and I do not even believe in any religion.

          • Dan Knight

            No. But thanks. And keep up the good fight …

  • richinnameonly

    You’re right, Ben. Why should the media spend a lot of time exposing and criticizing an atheist lefty? It would be too much like criticizing their own.

  • Gott Mit Uns!

    Using the reasoning of the fundamentalist Christian, perhaps Hicks wasn’t a “true” atheist.

  • Dan Knight

    Thank you Ben

    Good catch on the Double Standards in Narrative Spin.

  • royal

    This action, by this man is the match to light the fire , the fire to try and burn Christians,

  • Julie LaBrecque

    The public schools are HUGE in the downfall of the country, exactly because of those factions and forces you named. Spot On.

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  • Julie

    Rich Warren is on his way to the fullness of faith…………..

    • Julie LaBrecque

      I’ve heard rumors about that, maybe his son’s suicide has impacted him to look deep.

      • Julie

        I was shocked to find out Rev Warren wrote this most Catholic book on Mother Teresa of Calcutta

        …I have a disabled son….but not suicide….we praying for him many, many years…Many Masses, retired sisters praying for him…and then only last month..he said it was time to stop his direction in life…and he is 31…as an altar boy the priests told me parishioners thought he was a saint at 10…and then went off at 13…so many years of suffering…but believe in the great power of the Mass and Divine Mercy…

        I am in adult faith formation…in a parish in great transition with a great priest…and archbishop….and I think we need to be like 12 steps…recover what was lost and all these young people loosing faith and the bad fruits of negative culture….

        • Julie LaBrecque

          Woody had mentioned he had heard that Rick Warren might possibly be a convert, I did notice that he is endorsing the Catholics Come Home campaign. I pray he sees the fullness of the faith, enters and thrives to becomes a great champion and spokesman for the Church as so many other protestant pastors have. Our protestant converts have become a great beacon for so many other protestants to begin their journey home.

          • Julie

            Yes…and there are many who will make the sense of our Church more complete as in baptism they are already part of us.

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