Orlando shooting/derail condolences thread

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by asshol, Jun 12, 2016.

  1. This is the Muslim, Islamic religious leader who Mateen followed.
    This Imam was in Orlando in April saying that killing gays was a compassionate thing to do, Inciting violence against gays in the name of Islam.

  2. ISIS throws gay men off buildings - CNN

  3. Moderate Muslim scholar: Homosexuality is always WRONG.

  4. Islamist preacher: Homosexuality is so evil and it must be punished

  5. This forum is anti Scientology, You want to hate Muslims then OK, but why are you insisting we change our focus away from Scientology oh wait
  6. This forum has threads about a multitude of different subjects.
    The whole entire forum is not anti-$cientology as can be seen by the various sub groupings.

    This is about a current event.

    The cognitive dissonance is so very strong as is the group think here as of late.
  7. But you keep bringing up group think against Scientology and are disappointed in us. Dangle distraction. Dangle dangle
  8. L. Ron Hubbard explains Islam:)

  9. 49 people were murdered in a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida last Saturday night and 50 more were injured.

    'The Big Gay Musical' creator kills himself, aged 41, after posting a lengthy and chilling suicide note on Facebook

    • Fred Caruso, 41, an Off-Broadway producer and film director, died Monday in an apparent suicide in Las Vegas
    • He scheduled the letter to go live Monday night on the Facebook page for the 2009 film, 'The Big Gay Musical', which he co-wrote and co-directed
    • Caruso said that in his final moments he had found 'peace' and begged his friends not to post memorial posts on social media
    • The letter detailed the painful turmoil he suffered internally for years

  11. IMHO a video making fun of Islam narrated by LRon Hubbard is a strange thing to post here. Oh wait
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    Senate Democrats' 15-Hour Filibuster Ends With Potential Progress On Gun Control | ThinkProgress

    Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) ended his 14 hour and 50 minute filibuster on the Senate floor at nearly 2 a.m. Thursday when GOP leaders agreed to hold a vote on legislation to extend background checks to all gun sales and to ban people on the “terror watch list” from buying firearms.

    As he left the floor, Murphy said that a compromise had been reached. “We did not have that commitment when we started today,” he said.


    Senate Democrats have not yet formally struck a deal for the compromise vote. But based on the voting records of their Republican colleagues, many of whom have taken large amounts of money from the National Rifle Association, any reform is likely to be small. While the Democrats held the floor, Senate Republicans tweeted about terrorism and ISIS without once mentioning guns.

    More here:

    Senator Who Has Received More NRA Support Than Anyone Blames Obama For Orlando Shooting | ThinkProgress

    On Thursday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said President Barack Obama is “directly responsible” for the Sunday morning mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando that left 50 dead.

    “Barack Obama is directly responsible for it, because when he pulled everybody out of Iraq, al-Qaeda went to Syria, became ISIS, and ISIS is what it is today thanks to Barack Obama’s failures,” McCain said, according to The Guardian. “[Obama] pulled everybody out of Iraq, and I predicted at the time that ISIS would go unchecked, and there would be attacks on the United States of America… It’s a matter of record, so he is directly responsible… The responsibility for it lies with President Barack Obama and his failed policies.”

    There’s a good reason why McCain would ignore guns and focus on foreign policy. According to data from the Center of Responsive Politics, no member of Congress has received more direct and indirect support from the National Rifle Association than the $7.7 million that has gone to McCain over the course of his career. In 2008 alone, the NRA spent more than $7.2 million in an unsuccessful attempt to defeat Obama and elect McCain, who was the Republican candidate that cycle.

    Though suspected Orlando shooter Omar Mateen pledged loyalty to ISIS during the attack on Pulse nightclub, no evidence has emerged that the American-born gunman was in previous contact with the group. Meanwhile, a former classmate told the Palm Beach Post he believes Mateen was gay, while his ex-wife told the Washington Post he was violent, emotionally troubled, and not particularly religious while the two were together. Mateen was twice investigated by the FBI — once for online comments he made in support of Islamist groups, and the second for connections he had with an Islamic extremist.

    Despite all that, Mateen recently legally purchased the Sig Sauer MPX assault rifle he used during the massacre that left 50 dead. He also legally purchased a Glock 17 found on him after he was killed by law enforcement officers.

    As McCain’s comments circulated, he attempted to walk them back with a statement where he said he “misspoke.”

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