I don’t know about you but I remember being 17 all too well. I remember thinking I was the smartest person in the world. And I remember thinking my parents were complete idiots who didn’t understand me or any of the teenage turmoil, tension and occasional trauma I was going through.

It turns out I was wrong. No big surprise there.

Sure my parents weren’t always right. But they did their best while I was at my worst and I really regret putting them through all of that stupid drama. In the end we all got through it though. Primarily because my parents and I were able to face these problems together, as a family.

And that’s exactly what Rifqa Bary and her parents need to do, and exactly what state and county officials in Florida and Ohio are trying to facilitate.

Unfortunately a bunch of hate-mongering, religiously-intolerant fuckwits like Pam Geller keep trying to get in the way by turning an everyday family argument into a tool to promote their own anti-Muslim agenda.

I really don’t know too much about Pam Geller and her past. But I have a feeling that her early family life and her childhood were pretty fucked up. I hate to make general assumptions like that but I can come up with no other plausible reason for Pam’s complete and total disregard for the health and wellbeing of Rifqa Bary.

To say Pam Geller has an agenda is a massive understatement.

Pam Geller has a deep seated hatred of Muslims that infects everything she does, says and writes. As a result, Pam Geller has become everything that she claims to be against. She is waging her own personal Jihad against anything and everything Muslim and she’s more than willing to sacrifice a young teenage Ohio girl in order to achieve her goals.

Don’t believe me?

Here’s a word cloud of her last few posts:

GellerCloud

Allah, God, Muslims, Fight, Terrorist, Attacks, Jihad… etc.

Please try to convince me that I’m wrong.

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  • mvirenicus

    i don't know anything about pam geller except that she's jewish and appears to be an ayn randian, who was an atheist jew. i've noticed a certain running animosity between many jews and many muslims, kinda like how my old-fashioned catholic parents from the “greatest generation” regarded all jews as “perfidious,” and i'm using the nicest term that was thrown around my household. this is all just further evidence that all religions need to be relegated to the ash heap of history. good riddance to bad rubbish, which was another favorite saying of my parents.

  • Amen.

  • I really like “good riddance to bad rubbish”. Going to have to file that away. 😉

  • Ohioan

    I cannot at all dispute your claim. It appears to be an unholy alliance between rabid zionism and radical fundamentalist Christianity in operation. My biggest problem with Geller however, is not so much that I disagree with her on so much, but that she tends to throw out half-truths (at best) and run with them to profoundly illogical conclusions. I just read Jawa's report on Pam's campaign to send poor Rifqa a Christmas card. Keeps the hype up and ensures that someone has to put time in (she is having them sent to the GAL) going through routine mail-screening security procedures. Jawa reports now that an un-named (aren't they always) source “inside CAIR” claims to know that the Bary's attorney will be filing a request to keep the cards from ever reaching Rifqa.

    Geller likes to present herself as a journalist–and I suspect that Jawa sees itself in that light as well. Any responsible journalist, if provided with such leaked information would at least make an attempt to contact the Barys, or their attorney, or someone with both a name and knowledge–and at least report that they did so, even if rebuffed. Geller's style is simply to throw stuff out (examples: sexual abuse by an uncle, illegal immigration status, perjured application for legal representation) either without substantiation, sometimes with faulty substantiation (Mrs. Bary owns a high-end wedding gown company; the family has liquidated their business in order to flee the country). I cannot tell you how many times I have traced such misinformation back to Geller as the source, and how many times this bogus stuff is picked up and recited as gospel.

    Yes–she is a lunatic. But she is also incredibly dangerous. She has no accountability to anyone–and yet, as someone at the Orlando Sentinel pointed out–she is not only creating the story, but reporting on it.

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  • Ohioan

    I cannot at all dispute your claim. It appears to be an unholy alliance between rabid zionism and radical fundamentalist Christianity in operation. My biggest problem with Geller however, is not so much that I disagree with her on so much, but that she tends to throw out half-truths (at best) and run with them to profoundly illogical conclusions. I just read Jawa's report on Pam's campaign to send poor Rifqa a Christmas card. Keeps the hype up and ensures that someone has to put time in (she is having them sent to the GAL) going through routine mail-screening security procedures. Jawa reports now that an un-named (aren't they always) source “inside CAIR” claims to know that the Bary's attorney will be filing a request to keep the cards from ever reaching Rifqa.

    Geller likes to present herself as a journalist–and I suspect that Jawa sees itself in that light as well. Any responsible journalist, if provided with such leaked information would at least make an attempt to contact the Barys, or their attorney, or someone with both a name and knowledge–and at least report that they did so, even if rebuffed. Geller's style is simply to throw stuff out (examples: sexual abuse by an uncle, illegal immigration status, perjured application for legal representation) either without substantiation, sometimes with faulty substantiation (Mrs. Bary owns a high-end wedding gown company; the family has liquidated their business in order to flee the country). I cannot tell you how many times I have traced such misinformation back to Geller as the source, and how many times this bogus stuff is picked up and recited as gospel.

    Yes–she is a lunatic. But she is also incredibly dangerous. She has no accountability to anyone–and yet, as someone at the Orlando Sentinel pointed out–she is not only creating the story, but reporting on it.

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