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1 Gus  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 10:52:46am

Pam Geller, the bigot of all bigots.

I created an LGF page about the students selected last July: NASA Ames Welcomes Summer Interns from United Arab Emirates.

Better not let her know that Saudi Arabia and Pakistan participate in Red Flag over at Nellis AFB. Here you can see the crescent flag of Turkey in the Nevada sunshine.

2 Charles Johnson  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 11:28:25am

Some of the commenters for Geller's blatantly bigoted post:

Green Infidel said...
where does the new-found Muslim fascination with space come from? Is there something up there they are plotting to get their hands on??

Saturday, August 07, 2010 at 04:12 AM

[...]

Grimcargo said...
Let's just give them the nuclear code while we're at it. It was not enough that we trained the 911 killers how to fly planes. Not enough the jihads come here and enjoy what America has to offer only to plan how to kill her. Hurry up Nov.2. Thats a first step.

Saturday, August 07, 2010 at 07:09 AM

[...]

lilredbird said...

3-word answer to NASA Muslim outreach program: PIGS IN SPACE.
Saturday, August 07, 2010 at 07:17 AM

[...]

patti said...
ALL of this means that Obama is the number one THREAT to American national security. Yes what a LOVELY idea! Let's just SHOW the people from the VERY countries that want us ALL dead our satellite guided weapons technology! Let's SHOW them HOW we have been defending ourselves, so that THEY in turn can knock out our war defenses! FUCKING BRILLIANT!

Saturday, August 07, 2010 at 09:17 AM

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neil said...
i am not even sure where to begin...folks!, when a fish starts to stink, it starts from the head..
AMERICA! PLEASE WAKE UP!!! the stench that we can smell here in canada as well (and of course on the other side of the pond in the uk, the netherlands,scandinavia)is coming from a very distinct u.s address:
1600 pennsylvania ave nw in washington dc
WHEN WILL YOU UNDERSTAND THAT
1. THE SOURCE OF EVIL IS ISLAM AND ITS CHAMPION WH OCCUPANT
2. SUCCESS BEGETS SUCCESS. THEY JUST GET EMBOLDENED BY THE LACK OF TANGIBLE OPPOSITION
3. SORRY TO POINT THE OBVIOUS BUT IT IS A ZERO SUM GAME. IT IS THEM VS US AND SO FAR THEY ARE WINNING

Saturday, August 07, 2010 at 09:35 AM

3 tnguitarist  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 11:40:10am

Yet, networks still allow her on the air. Not just Fox, either.

4 CuriousLurker  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 1:39:07pm

re: #1 Gus 802

Pam Geller, the bigot of all bigots.

I don't even think what she suffers from can be called Islamophobia... there needs to be a new category for it, like acute psychotic Islamomania or something.

But, hey, she's making money off spreading the fear & hate, right? It's so freaky how some people will pay money to have these assholes continue scaring the crap out of them. It's as if they enjoy it in some sick, twisted way.

Better not let her know that Saudi Arabia and Pakistan participate in Red Flag over at Nellis AFB.

Or that there are foreign Muslim military personnel at military bases all over the U.S. If you combine that with the American Muslims serving in the military and mosques on military bases and the Pentagon.... elected Muslim politicians at all levels of government, in sports, medicine, the arts... OMG TEH 5TH COLUMN!!1!!

5 theheat  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 1:49:47pm

Not to toot my own horn, but I have to say Geller's eyebrows fit my crazy eyebrows profile to a T.

Maybe I can get a research grant.

6 tradewind  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 1:50:42pm

I used to go ' whodat ' when Geller's name was mentioned on LGF. Now in the past month I've seen her mug pop up more than once on CNN, Fox, MSNBC, ABC, and this morning, C-Span BookTales.
She doesn't really interest me, but I am a little curious about her publicist. He/she's workin' hard for the money.

7 Gus  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 1:51:29pm

re: #5 theheat

Not to toot my own horn, but I have to say Geller's eyebrows fit my crazy eyebrows profile to a T.

Maybe I can get a research grant.

That's one over Photoshopped image. The out the smooth tool on her face so much it looks like she's made of wax.

8 theheat  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 1:51:49pm

re: #7 Gus 802

How do you know she isn't made out of wax?

9 CuriousLurker  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 2:02:12pm

re: #2 Charles

Some of the commenters for Geller's blatantly bigoted post:

Green Infidel said...
where does the new-found Muslim fascination with space come from? Is there something up there they are plotting to get their hands on??

Saturday, August 07, 2010 at 04:12 AM

Green Infidel seems to have forgotten that we worship a moon god (if you look real close you can tell that the man in the moon is Muslim). It's all part of the 6th column we're establishing to simultaneously overtake America from space and on the ground. The entire solar system is in on it, with our moon god leading the charge. Soon we'll be the overlords of the entire cosmos. BWAHAHAHAHA!!

The "new-found" fascination with space is indeed odd. I mean, pfft, it's not as if there have been many Muslim scientists or anything, right?

10 Gus  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 2:19:59pm

re: #9 CuriousLurker

Green Infidel seems to have forgotten that we worship a moon god (if you look real close you can tell that the man in the moon is Muslim). It's all part of the 6th column we're establishing to simultaneously overtake America from space and on the ground. The entire solar system is in on it, with our moon god leading the charge. Soon we'll be the overlords of the entire cosmos. BWAHAHAHAHA!!

The "new-found" fascination with space is indeed odd. I mean, pfft, it's not as if there have been many Muslim scientists or anything, right?

From ISLAMIC INFLUENCE ON WESTERN ASTRONOMY:

Islamic astronomers did more than simply read Ptolemy. They provided astronomy with new mathematics. Their invention of algebra and trigonometry substantially changed the mathematical foundation of astronomy. They also questioned Ptolemy fundamentally. They created cosmological alternatives. However, they never questioned geocentricity.

Islamic astronomers were well known in the Christian Middle Ages. Copernicus (1543) mentions some in his De Revolutionibus, e.g. Ibn Rushd, al-Battani (his name I found 27 times), Al-Zarkali (mentioned 8 times), Thabit ibn Qurra, and al-Bitruji (latinized Alpetragius, died 1204 in Spain). The fundamental criticism on the Almagest by al-Tusi and others may have been instrumental in the work of Copernicus.

The revival of European learning which began slowly at the end of the 10th century, was strongly influenced by contacts with the Islamic world. These contacts, first a trickle and eventually a flood, radically altered the intellectual life of the West. They familiarized Europeans with the positional numerals and the zero. They acquainted European astronomers with Ptolemy’s Almagest. Its translation from Arabic into Latin in the 13. century, combined with the additional work of the Islamic scientists brought scientific astronomy to Europe. It familiarized Europeans with scientific thinking. It gave in the 13. century the initial impetus to European
astronomy.

As you can see al-Battani was quoted 27 times by Copernicus in his work De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium.

11 (I Stand By What I Said Whatever It Was)  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 2:20:58pm

Gellar's final line from her article:

Great. What is the U.S. getting out of this?

Because science, like the national economy, needs closed borders and strict protectionism.

12 (I Stand By What I Said Whatever It Was)  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 2:21:04pm

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13 Romantic Heretic  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 2:57:54pm

It's nothing so serious as Islamaphobia. It's that Gellar doesn't appreciate any company in outer space. /

14 webevintage  Sat, Aug 7, 2010 4:41:45pm

The stupidity leaves me speechless....


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