Quran-burning Pastor interview

Patrick, who often comments on this blog, was kind enough to send me an interesting link.  Here we can hear a naive and foolish BBC reporter interviewing the breathtakingly ignorant pastor Terry Jones – who recently planned to burn 20 Qurans.

It is frustrating when a cause, which should be praiseworthy, is taken up by a man who comes across as a clueless dufus.  It is not enough that pastor Jones had never even read the Quran, but he is caught flat-footed even on simple questions about the Bible.  If there are people like him among race-realists, let us hope that they do us all a favor and keep their mouths shut.

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4 Responses to Quran-burning Pastor interview

  1. AJ says:

    yes i agree he was the wrong guy to burn it. he doesnt have the right personality. mark steyn or geert wilders burning the koran, now that would cause a even huger scene!

  2. Landsknecht says:

    Notice however just how quick the lamestream media was to pick up on this story though? In the key week(s) leading up to the anniversary of 9/11, all you ever read, heard, or saw were stories about this doofus planning a Koran burning, juxtaposed with the infamous “Ground Zero Mosque”. This no-name pastor and his whopping congregation of 30 or so people were INTERNATIONAL NEWS for the better part of 3 weeks.

    Can anyone say contrived red-herring perhaps?

    p.s. J.A.Y., been a longtime reader of your posts here and on AMREN. This be my first post here. Just wanted to say hi, and keep up the good work!

    • jewamongyou says:

      Thanks Landsknecht! I wouldn’t be surprised if it turned out Pastor Jones was paid, by the leftist media, to carry out his stunt just to create “news”.

      • fred says:

        JAY-

        I’ve often wondered that about Pastor Jones as well as the Westboro “Baptist” Church. Neither one of them are a real church. In fact, Westboro is just one family and a few cousins.

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