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Professional provocateur Ann Coulter in an interview on MSNBC advocated the conversion of the Jews (italics mine):

During the October 8 edition of CNBC’s The Big Idea, host Donny Deutsch asked right-wing pundit Ann Coulter: “If you had your way … and your dreams, which are genuine, came true … what would this country look like?” Coulter responded, “It would look like New York City during the [2004] Republican National Convention. In fact, that’s what I think heaven is going to look like.” She described the convention as follows: “People were happy. They’re Christian. They’re tolerant. They defend America.” Deutsch then asked, “It would be better if we were all Christian?” to which Coulter responded, “Yes.” Later in the discussion, Deutsch said to her: “[Y]ou said we should throw Judaism away and we should all be Christians,” and Coulter again replied, “Yes.” When pressed by Deutsch regarding whether she wanted to be like “the head of Iran” and “wipe Israel off the Earth,” Coulter stated: “No, we just want Jews to be perfected, as they say. … That’s what Christianity is. We believe the Old Testament, but ours is more like Federal Express. You have to obey laws.”

After a commercial break, Deutsch said that “Ann said she wanted to explain her last comment,” and asked her, “So you don’t think that was offensive?” Coulter responded: “No. I’m sorry. It is not intended to be. I don’t think you should take it that way, but that is what Christians consider themselves: perfected Jews. We believe the Old Testament. As you know from the Old Testament, God was constantly getting fed up with humans for not being able to live up to all the laws. What Christians believe — this is just a statement of what the New Testament is — is that that’s why Christ came and died for our sins. Christians believe the Old Testament. You don’t believe our testament.” Coulter later said: “We consider ourselves perfected Christians. For me to say that for you to become a Christian is to become a perfected Christian is not offensive at all.”

Words are inadequate in describing how evil this is. Calling for the spiritual annihilation of Jews is not ‘love’ or “perfection”, it is eliminationism with a smile. What’s worse is that I don’t think for a moment Coulter actually believes what she is saying. Why? Because in the past (and the present), Coulter has spewed gallons of bile at Democrats…and yet, she is romantically “linked” to a Floridian Democratic Party official. It’s mostly an act. She’s just trying to sell books.

She is doing this for money.

And the suckers who are her mindless Christopath Uruk-hai followers will eat this crap up anyway…

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Comments

  1. #1 J-Dog
    October 11, 2007

    I’m not sure the Urak-Hai would put up with her b.s. They are smarter and better looking than her, and they have their standards.

    I can see maybe a little Coulter / Grima Wormtongue action; they are two peas in a pod.

  2. #2 RobertC
    October 11, 2007

    I think (though I am an atheist and I loathe her) Coutler has correctly summarized the conservative Christian position. To them, Jesus is the fulfillment of Old Testament prophesy. Non-believers are unsaved/hellbound.
    Examples:

    Evangelical:
    http://www.wels.net/cgi-bin/site.pl?1518&cuTopic_topicID=45&cuItem_itemID=9841

    Mormons ‘baptize’ dead pagans/jews to save their souls, including, sickly enough, holocaust victims:
    http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/ldsagree.html

    Catholic catechism-only recently, has the church even hinted non-Christians might be saved (and only then, through christianization)
    “God’s People of the Old Covenant and the new People of God tend towards similar goals: expectation of the coming (or the return) of the Messiah. But one awaits the return of the Messiah who died and rose from the dead and is recognized as Lord and Son of God; the other awaits the coming of a Messiah, whose features remain hidden till the end of time; and the latter waiting is accompanied by the drama of not knowing or of misunderstanding Christ Jesus….all salvation comes from Christ the Head through the Church which is his Body”

  3. #3 BWV
    October 11, 2007

    So if you all had your way there would be no fundamentalist Christians or Republicans – every one of them would be “converted” to a liberal secularist – so whats the difference?

    Coulter is a moron who likes baiting people to generate controversy. The less attention paid to her the better.

  4. #4 B8ovin
    October 11, 2007

    Feh. There is a huge difference between saying you don’t agree with a particular belief or it’s influence on your government and the scientific realm and saying everyone should believe as you do. I don’t think everyone should be a liberal, there should be a clash of ideals, I just find the liberal view more aligned to my experiences and belief. I find the tenets of Christianity on the whole ridiculous, and just want to be able to express that opinion without being labled evil. Coulter is advocating the eradication of a belief system. I may not agree with that belief system in many ways, but I just want to express and discuss that disagreement openly.

    As for Coulter, you’re right. She says things because it sells her books and lines her pockets. These shows have her on because it generates ratings.

  5. #5 Moopheus
    October 11, 2007

    “”It would look like New York City during the [2004] Republican National Convention.”

    And in heaven, the streets are choked with hundreds of thousands of protesters? Security guards and police lining the sidewalks?

    Christians are perfect Jews? That’s, um, debatable.

  6. #6 PalMD
    October 11, 2007

    Ann, I used to think you were hot. Now all I can say is “Gey kacken offen yam!”

  7. #7 andythebrit
    October 11, 2007

    That’s two sightings of La Coulterina in the past few days. She must have a book coming out.

  8. #8 Colst
    October 11, 2007

    Maybe I’m dense, but I don’t see the source of the outrage. Someone who is convinced that Christianity is the truth thinks that in an ideal world everyone else would realize that truth. Wow. It’s not a universal trait of religions, but it’s a pretty common one. It’s even a pretty common sentiment among atheists. That is, it seems pretty common for atheists to believe that in an ideal world everyone else would realize that there is no god.

  9. #9 Colst
    October 11, 2007

    Just to be clear, since my phrasing may not have been, I don’t mean to imply that atheism is a religion.

  10. #10 wrpd
    October 11, 2007

    Most liberal mainstream Protestants and many other religionists would disagree with Colst. I think most sane (?) religionists think that they have found the path to the truth for themselves but that others may find different paths to their truths. It’s generally only conservative groups like radical fundamentalists, JWs, Mormons, radical Muslims, etc. want everyone to believe their way.
    I was thinking about Ann Coulter’s statement about wanting things to be like the 2004 New York Republican Convention. Does that also include the large swell in the the number of prostitutes of both sexes that were employed during the convention?

  11. #11 SteveG
    October 11, 2007

    Something’s wrong here. WE own and control the media. Who cleared this? Somebody better put this issue on the agenda at the next meeting of the Elders, that’s all I’ve got to say.

  12. #12 Federico
    October 11, 2007

    Ah, stop grasping at straws. We all know she’s an idiot, but if you asked a muslim or any proselytizing religion, she gave the correct answer. I’m surprised that you’re surprised. What would have been news is if the humble author of this blog would have been quick on the draw and stuck his penis into coulters mouth fast enough for her to shut the fuck up.

    Now that would be news, and I would respect our brave interlocutor for taking one for the team.

    There is nothing wrong with the spiritual annihilation of jews, I never had any good booze brewed by a jew and I fully support revoking their brewing / distilling permit. Also, I think white people should stop dancing in public.

    =P

  13. #13 Federico Contreras
    October 11, 2007

    Whoops, above is me, I never realized we had a full disclosure policy here.

    My home address is available upon request.

  14. #14 Federico Contreras
    October 11, 2007

    Are you saying that is the spirits in our house are jews we shouldn’t call Ghostbusters? We should just let them run amok and break all the plates on which we have mixed meat and dairy products?

    I refuse to be criticized by people who can’t even eat a cheeseburger without guilt. I will call the Ghostbusters and have them cross the beams.

  15. #15 Joe
    October 12, 2007

    stone the bitch

  16. #16 csrster
    October 12, 2007

    SteveG: I authorized it while you were out taking a leak. Didn’t you get the memo about AC? Wake up and smell the latkes, Steve, you don’t really think AC is “for real” do you?

  17. #17 Hank
    October 12, 2007

    Her trolling is insultingly obvious. Don’t feed etc.
    And what’s with the sexist comments?

  18. #18 Toby
    October 13, 2007

    That should go down a treat in Tel Aviv.

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