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On 12/30/2017 7:07 AM, BillB wrote:
> You thought that was just another BillB clickbait title, didn't you? Wrong!!
> A group of white Christian terrorists in Kansas, calling themselves "The Crusaders", have demanded
that more Donald Trump voters be placed on the jury in their terrorism trial.
> "The Crusaders", known for erudite quotations such as "The only good Muslim is a dead Muslim," are
on trial for conspiring to slaughter innocent Muslims during a terroristic attack.
> Well, I guess you can't really blame them and their defense lawyers for wanting Trump voters on
the jury, can you? What other hope do they have? If you stack the jury with white bigots, maybe
they'll find and latch onto some loophole to justify an acquittal (like white Southern jurors used
to do for the accused in lynching trials). Hey, it's worth a try!
> This is where Dutch comes in to apologize for the (prospective) Christian jurors the (actual)
Christian terrorists, and to claim that Christian terrorism and Islamophobia don't *really* exist.
It's all in our imagination!!

You just fabricated that last part, and made a shitty job of it. I have 
never and would never apologize for terrorists, or Trump voters, and 
have never said Christian terrorism did not exist. And as I have said 
before, I believe the word "Islamophobia" should be discarded since 
there is no "Christianophobia" or Hinduophobia", or "Atheistophobia", 
because being opposed to or critical of a set of political and/or 
religious ideas does not equate to a phobia or is any way prejudicial.

The word could have had a legitimate place in the language in specific 
contexts but it has been turned into a weapon to demean, attack and 
stifle open dialogue and so is now belongs on the scrap heap with words 
like "nigger".