Sivad wrote:Yeah, well trying to pretend there's some meaningful distinction between US bombings, drone strikes, JSOC death squads, counter-insurgency dirty wars and Islamic terror attacks is completely dishonest. The US is the biggest terror state in the history of the world.
Yeah, well, if western majorities were so genocidal and keen to attack civilians, or if there was really mainstream Islamophobia in the western world, we wouldn't have a problem with Islamic terrorists in the first place. Domestically, we would just deal with Muslims like China, and abroad we would have little need for precision warfare and special ops. The fact you think that this is evidence for majority support in western countries for genocide and attacks on civilian, when it's more likely evidence for the opposite, would be hilarious, if it weren't so utterly ignorant.
Pants-of-dog wrote:Nazi Germany. [...]
Hiroshima, and Nagasaki. [...]
How is any of this evidence that you can easily convince western majorities to support genocide and attacks on civilians? Seriously, it's not even clear that a majority supported genocide in Nazi Germany, a totalitarian state that didn't allow any dissent. The fact that you had to go back to WWII for most of your examples just shows how ludicrous your claim is, and is further proof that the less the western world is like Nazi Germany, the more is becoming like it dishonestly invoked as an immediate threat.
Neither are your more recent examples evidence for majority support for targeting civilians, much less genocide.
Pants-of-dog wrote:There was widespread acceptance of his Muslim ban
Since there wasn't a Muslim ban there could have been no acceptance.
Pants-of-dog wrote:It is exactly that.
No. The west is at war with some Muslim majority countries. The west is not at war with most Muslim majority countries. And the west certainly isn't waging war against Muslims as a group. If it actually were, if real Islamophobia was so widespread, if genocidal sentiment could be so easily invoked in western populations, rest assured that it would look quite different. You guys really need to get a grip.
Pants-of-dog wrote:The US was (is?) a member of the Saudi led coalition in the recent conflict in Yemen
The US, or any other western country, is not a member of the coalition and has never been.
Pants-of-dog wrote:She is not. Her silence when her parents were killing people speaks volumes itself, though.
She'll come out in support of genocide soon, no doubt.