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Linda Stasi, media Nazi, blames Jewish victim for Christmas party massacre by Islamist terrorists in San Bernardino

Linda Stasi

(NaturalNews) In today's rapidly evolving New Media landscape, it is becoming increasingly difficult for the mainstream legacy media to remain relevant, but alas, that hasn't stopped the latter from trying.

Some newspapers have abandoned all print operations for digital, while others have trimmed staff and cut overhead. Others have simply gone out of business.

A few outlets have attempted to remain in the conversation by essentially angering as many Americans and as many religious and ethnic groups as possible, and the New York Daily News is the latest rag to top that list. In a recent column, the vile and reprehensible Linda Stasi, a columnist that recently labeled NRA chief Wayne LaPierre a terrorist, thought it appropriate to blame a Jewish victim of the Islamic terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif., earlier this month for the carnage.

It's really a new low, even for a paper that specializes in gutter journalism and a columnist who can only conjure up enough courage to sit high atop an ivory tower and cast stones, safe from reprisal.

Blame Americans first

Wrote Stasi:

[Nicolas] Thalasinos was an anti-government, anti-Islam, pro-NRA, rabidly anti-Planned Parenthood kinda guy, who posted that it would be "Freaking Awesome" if hateful Ann Coulter was named head of Homeland Security. He asked, "IS 1. EVERY POLITICIAN IS BOUGHT AND PAID FOR? 2. EVERY POLITICIAN IS A MORON? 3. EVERY POLITICIAN IS RACIST AGAINST JEWS?" He also posted screeds like, "You can stick your Muslim Million Man march up your asses," and how "Hashem" should blow up Iran. ...

We have freedom of speech but even so, a city worker should refrain from such public bigotry. Municipal workers have been fired for spewing and posting racial and sexual slurs.

In a column at Breitbart News, Pamela Geller – herself a "victim" of NYDN gutter journalism (Stasi described Thalasinos, a victim of terrorists who hated him for his religious and ethnic background, as "the male equivalent of Pamela Geller") – called Stasi out using this historical reference:

Linda Stasi has an appropriate last name: the Stasi was the notoriously brutal East German secret police. Back in the 1960s, Stasi agents staged anti-Semitic attacks inside West Germany in an attempt to discredit the West German government.

What's more, Geller noted, Stasi's sense of constitutionalism is stunted, and ideologically so.

"In Stasi's mind, she and her ilk should have the freedom of speech to spew the most disgusting hatred toward those whom they hate, but their victims should not have the same right," she wrote.

What Stasi is bugged about the most, given her off-color references to Geller and her obvious disdain for the NRA (Left-wing journalists always use the First Amendment to attack the Second Amendment), is the political conservatism embraced by Geller and Thalasinos, and that much is obvious.

Certain kinds of hate are okay

On comparing the two, Thalasinos and Farook, writes Robert Spencer at Jihad Watch:

Her equivalence founders, of course, on the simple and titanic fact that Farook was a mass murderer, while Thalasinos was never going to kill anyone. But in her madness to justify the San Bernardino jihad murders, Stasi doesn't bother to mention that. ...

Why does Stasi believe that Pamela Geller is a hate-filled bigot, the equivalent of Syed Rizwan Farook? Because she has put her life on the line calling attention to and opposing the Islamic hatred and bloodlust that leads to the San Bernardino jihad murders and other jihad mass murders. If Pamela Geller's warnings had been heeded, Nicholas Thalasinos and the other San Bernardino victims might be alive today.

The lesson of the Left-leaning, largely irrelevant media is clear: Certain kinds of hate are okay while other forms of hate are not. Certain kinds of people are allowed to spew their hate and even be praised for it, but others who have a difference of opinion or who are simply fed up with being marginalized and characterized should be shut down, banned, even arrested and prosecuted. And certain forms of religious expression – you know, even if it's mass murder – are "understandable" given the historic persecution that the "aggrieved" have been forced to endure.





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