According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (so take the information with a grain of salt the size of a grapefruit) this is an album cover for a band in which alleged Sikh Temple shooter Wade Michael Page played. In an interview he gave in 2010, “he said that when he started the band in 2005, its name reflected his wish to ‘figure out how to end people’s apathetic ways’ and start ‘moving forward. I was willing to point out some of my faults on how I was holding myself back,’ Page said. Later, he added, ‘The inspiration was based on frustration that we have the potential to accomplish so much more as individuals and a society in whole.'”

6 Responses to Incendiary Image of the Day: Apparently Prophetic Edition

  1. And predictably, from Yahoo News, “In Indian Kashmir, which has a large Sikh community, protesters blocked a national highway on Monday, Agence France-Presse reported, brandishing banners calling for stronger U.S. gun laws.”

    This would be the same Indian Kashmir where the Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs have been killing each other regularly for the last 300 years or so.

    • I believe that in the Indian north west states or territories it is legal to craft and sell fully automatic guns. I’ve watched documentary films of the craftsmen working in small shops building guns by hand and using simple power tools.

      I recall the terrorist attack in Mumbai a couple years ago that killed a number of innocent people. It took the Indian police and military at least three days to secure the city from only several armed terrorists. If the civilians in southern India which forbids private gun ownership had guns that terrorist massacre would not have been as bad.

  2. Typical Leftist “progressive” babbleing. This guy wass just frustrated that Disturbed rejected his friend request on Facebook.

    I wonder when the OWS affiliations will start popping up and being ignored by the alphabet media.

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