Sunday, June 14, 2009

Another Example of How Fear, Anger, Hatred = Violence

UPDATE IV: And yet another interesting editorial from The New York Times, The Obama Haters' Silent Enablers.

UPDATE III: Two more interesting editorials from The New York Times, The Way We Are and Hate in a Cocoon of Silence.

UPDATE II: For an argument, with examples, that "right-wing extremism is being systematically fed by the conservative media and political establishment . . . [going] out of their way to provide a platform for conspiracy theories and apocalyptic rhetoric, just as they did the last time a Democrat held the White House," read The New York Times, The Big Hate.

BTW, the writer's opinion is worth considering even if you might disagree with him, he won the Noble Prize for Economics last year, and is also a Princeton economist and a New York Times columnist.

Does anyone know how many Noble Prize winners work for Hedgehog News (which falsely uses the name FOXNews)?

UPDATE: From the Washington Post:

Read Feeding the Lone Wolves, and enjoy:

Is it more Republi-Con inspired violence? Probably not so much this time.

But if you need another example of how fear, anger, and hatred can warp judgment, read The New York Times, Museum Gunman a Longtime Foe of Government.

Those that prey on fear, anger, hatred for their own success should know that all too often it leads to violence.

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