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Dinesh D'Souza Compares Ferguson Protestors To ISIS Terrorists


"Not all wankers are created equal,"-John Amato 08/24/14

DInesh D’Souza, a conservative pundit and convicted criminal not only used some of the stupidest anti-Obama rhetoric but drew a common thread link from the Ferguson protestors to the vicious ISIS terrorist group.

Embattled conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza drew a connection this week between ongoing protests in Ferguson, Mo., over the police shooting of a black unarmed teen and the Islamic militant group that has terrorized parts of Iraq and Syria.

D’Souza made the comments, flagged by BuzzFeed and Right Wing Watch, in an interview on NewsmaxTV. He linked a “common thread” between the Ferguson protesters and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, which beheaded an American journalist this week.

The common thread between ISIS and what’s going in Ferguson is you have these people who basically believe that to correct a perceived injustice, it’s perfectly okay to inflict all types of new injustices,” D’Souza said. “Behead guys who had nothing to do with it. Go and loot shops from business owners who were not part of the original problem whatsoever. And all of this is then licensed by the left and licensed to some degree by the media.”

Yes, beheading is just like looting, Mr. Felon.

Can’t believe this ASSHOLES comparison!


Hooded Katara Dagger

  • Dated: mid 16th century
  • Place of Origin: South India (Srirangam or Tanjore)
  • Measurements: overall length: 22in (560mm). Blade length: 15in (380mm)

A similar weapon exists in the Metropolitan Museum, New York (No.36.25.905) and is pictured on page 146 (fig.15.3) in the “Hindu Arms & Ritual” book by Robert Elgood.

This particular one was locally made, featuring a multi fullered blade. The shell guard, or hood, ends with a yali finial. There are overlaid steel borders, which interestingly have fine rope twist decoration.

Made in Islamic style, the katar has four cusp arch design where the hilt meets the blade. 

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