An anti-terrorism expert from the RAND Corporation once railed at the glamorizing of home grown terrorists as “lone wolves” by suggesting they should be called “flaming bananas” instead. What will you call them from now on?
Flaming Bananas it is.
Their carcass/corpse should be hung from a telephone poll where it rots and the birds pick it clean.
I like wolves, and I DON’T like bananas, sooo...
Antifa = flaming bananas
(Cont’d) “The genius of this doctrine was not that it may have inspired some individuals totake action, but that it allowed the ideological architects of racist rebellion to claimcredit for the actions of a host of individual psychopaths who adopted its propaganda,its paraphernalia, or its anniversaries for what were primarily personal urges. In thisfashion, not only Timothy McVeigh, but also Buford Furrow and even Dylan Kleibold and Eric Harris came to be seen as somehow connected with a single cause. Thesekillers were often romanticized by foolish officials and the news media as “lone wolves,”when the proper description was “flaming bananas.” Not every human varmint is a warrior.”
“Homegrown, right-wing terrorism was only beginning to reemerge. A dark under-current that has ebbed and flowed throughout American history, it was to rise again inthe 1980s, not so much in the form of identifiable terrorist groups, although there were afew, but more as a mindset that combined perverse interpretations of the Bible withwhite supremacism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, deep hostility toward the federal gov-ernment, and an apocalyptic view of the world. It was the amalgamation of religiousbigots, neo-Nazis, Ku Klux Klansmen, prison gangsters, and pretend patriots that wasnew. Much of the violence was deliberately disorganized, in accordance with a doctrinecalled “leaderless resistance,” which preached individual rather than coordinated action.” More...