On today’s episode of The Savage Nation, Washington Times columnist Jeffrey Kuhner filled in for Michael Savage, the nation’s largest-audience Jewish radio host. (The Savage Nation is broadcast, on delay, in the Philadelphia area on WNTP 990 AM from 3 AM until 5 AM.)
Kuhner, in his opening monologue, speculated about an ominous future for Europe, recapped the horrific events in Oslo this past Friday and excoriated the Left for trying to score political points, a la the mass shooting in Tucson in January, out of a tragedy violently caused by an insane and clearly disturbed individual.
Relevant parts of Kuhner’s opening monologue follow below:
The story that is dominating MichaelSavage.com, and in many ways, even with the debt ceiling debate now looming, is clearly what happened in Oslo on Friday…
What we saw Friday was a glimpse of the future, a glimpse of what is going to happen to Europe in 20, 30, 40 years.
A radical, right-wing militia extremist, Anders Breivik, apparently, almost single-handedly, according to Norwegian police, placed bombs in a van outside of government buildings in downtown Oslo, and then, from a safe location, detonated those bombs, killing seven people and destroying numerous buildings.
But the Norwegian madman was not done. He then drove to an island, 25 miles out of Oslo, at a youth camp for the Labor Party, the ruling leftist Labor Party, and, dressed as a policeman, with machine guns and ammunition, began to systematically gun down the young children and teenagers at that camp.
And what was most heinous, what was most vile and despicable, frankly almost unimaginable, was when they heard, those teenagers heard about what had happened in Oslo, they were frightened, and he came, pretending to be a police officer and said: “Come out from your hiding, you don’t need to hide underneath the desks. Come out.” And, as they came out trusting him, he gunned them down like dogs in the street.
Panic ensued. People jumped into the water. People desperately sought to flee. And he hunted them down like animals, shooting them, one after another.
We don’t know the full count of dead bodies yet, from both the explosion and the murderous rampage. Figures went as high as 92 or 93. They’re now downgrading them to maybe 68 or 70.
We will get a full number soon, but the point is this: There was a mass atrocity in Norway, done by a radical, right-wing fundamentalist, a man who decried multiculturalism and mass Muslim immigration into Norway and into Europe, a man who issued a 1,500-page manifesto on the Internet, many of whose writings were plagiarized in fact from the Unibomber.
Now I have to ask all of you this:
What this man did was not just heinous and vile. It was the act of a lunatic, insane madman. And yet, when I hear the leftist media in Europe, but especially the liberal media, the fifth columnists here in America, what is the story now, what is the narrative?
Is it that this was a madman who went out and gunned down innocent people, his own people, Norwegians, something you rarely see in Europe, you rarely see in America? No, no, no, no, no.
Now the liberals in the media are spinning a new tale. Remember, they’re the ones who keep telling us, whenever there is an atrocity committed by a Muslim terrorist: “Don’t indict his religion. Don’t mention his religion. You can’t mention his ethnicity, his religion. That’s profiling! That’s racism! That’s discrimination!”
But with him, “he’s a Christian militant; he’s a Norwegian fanatic; he’s a Christian fundamentalist.” They can’t stop mentioning his religion. “He’s a white supremacist.”
And so now, you have the liberal media in America taking an atrocity that occurred not in America, not even in Canada (hell, not even in Britain), thousands of miles away in Norway, a tiny little insignificant country in Scandinavia.
And now, all of a sudden, Janet Napolitano was right, Barack Obama was right, the New York Times was right, the real danger is domestic terror from white militia groups, from Christian fundamentalists, from Timothy McVeigh types. This is now the real danger in America.