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Tony Stark knows that the Infinity War was going to happen

Tony knows and always known that the Infinity War was going to happen. 

Since 2012, since he went into space and saw the Chitauri, he only thinks about that. 

He can’t sleep, or he has nightmare. He suffers from PTSD, he has panic attacks..

He knows that the Avengers are under armed against all this.

And he feels himself under armed.

His biggest fear is to fail to protect the earth, and the Avengers.

This is why he created Ultron.

And this is why he created Vision.

BUT NO ONE LISTENS TO HIM

Then, the Avengers have divided. Steve and some other Avengers betrayed him.

But Tony still builds a new facility for the Avengers, create a new shield for Cap, a belt for Thor..

And he does his best to make the Avengers as ready as possible to Infinity War.

Tony just want to keep the Avengers together and keep the earth safe.

So the next who says that Tony is a villain or something like that.. 

DESMOND MILES DEFENSE SQUAD

Reblog and tag your username to the list if you love and defend our little precious babe Des.
Let’s show the AC fandom (and, of course, Ubisoft) that Desmond is loved too!

(‘Cause seriously, guys, I’m tired of the way both the AC fans and Ubisoft seem to ignore Desmond, who was the true main protagonist of the series). 

  • Nico teaching Reyna how to play Mythomagic, and at first she’s like “this is the nerdiest thing I have ever done” and then she gets really good because she’s a strategic thinker and hella competitive
  • Nico recruiting Hazel (art skills) and Annabeth (graphic design skills) to make a Mythomagic deck with all Roman names to give Reyna for Christmas
  • Reyna, on advice from Will, literally sitting on Nico’s legs to make him stop trying to get up after a battle
  • Reyna being completely casual about Nico randomly appearing beside her; everyone else is like ?!?! and she’s just like, “Hey.”
  • one time he shadowalks in while she’s practicing alone with her spear and she nearly gores him in surprise; he apologizes profusely (after removing his reflexively drawn sword from her throat) and she asks if he’d do it again because her reflexes were slow
  • Nico taking Reyna back to Puerto Rico to confront her family ghosts, she shouts and cries and afterwards they get icecream
  • Nico showing up at Camp Jupiter like three weeks after BoO ends like, “REYNA, HELP, HOW DO I FUNCTIONING ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP?” “Why in actual Tartarus are you asking me?” 
  • Reyna overworking herself running Camp Jupiter and Nico shows up and is like, “no, shush, you’re going to sleep now, Frank can run the war games and it’s literally Jason’s job to oversee the building of the new shrines. You’re going to bed.”
  • Nico having a long day and getting scary-ghosty-furious at someone scheming against the alignment of the two camps, and Reyna puts her hand on his not-entirely-solid arm and lends him some of her calm and is like, “shh, Nico, he’s totally not worth the effort of getting angry.”
  • generally just newbie campers being rightly terrified of both of them separately, and then they’re smiling? at each other?? oh gods, the terror didn’t double, it squared
  • a game of Capture the Flag that’s literally everyone at Camp Half-Blood versus Reyna and Nico; the campers put their flag in the middle of a sunny field and ¾ just take up defensive positions; Nico and Reyna win by a landslide and skeleton army
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The HCD, headed by Athura (member of the city council), is a robotic police force of sorts, with a wide variety of units, from the flying patrol drones like the Wasp, to pursuit drones like the Lynx, and destroyer drones like the Mammoth. Since the introduction of the HCD four years ago, the crime rate in the city has plummeted, although there is still a thriving underground.
The units of the HCD function like a hive mind, feeding commands to each other through a network of larger drones, like the Guardian, which have built in command relays. These higher ranking drones pass can receive instructions from anywhere in the city and forward them to nearby units (the range depends on the size of the drone’s relay device, but is usually around five kilometres).
Without instruction from the command network, the ‘dumb’ drones revert to basic, built-in directives:
1. The law must be enforced.
2. It cannot kill. A target must always be treated with non-lethal violence. If non-lethal violence is not effective, Protocol 1 cannot be followed.
3. Civilians, if possible, must not come to harm. If civilians must come to harm, Protocol 1 cannot be followed.
4. The drone must preserve itself as much as possible. Protocols 1-3 must be followed, even if the drone is damaged, or even destroyed, as a result.

Note: none of the MOCs pictured are together anymore.

anonymous asked:

what is your fav tfc fics on ao3! thanks!

Hi! here are the ones that I really love which are mostly long and full of pain:

★ = favorites

ok this took a while because I ended up rereading most of these, but here you go! i might end up adding to this if i find anymore good ones!

anonymous asked:

BIGOT. BIGOT FOR WANTING GUN CONTROL. HAHAHAHAHA. HILARIOUS. Also it all makes sense now - you illegally purchase guns and that's why you defend it so hard. I don't know how you think people in countries like Japan, Canada, and the UK defend themselves and have the lowest crime and injury rate survive. It must be magic or something, amirite? As someone in one of those countries who is also small and could probably not fight off, I better be scared when I work until midnight and walk home alone!

No, you are a bigot for wanting people with disabilities and such to lose their most effective method of self control. Also, I am rather talk but I am scrawny as fuck and have several mental and physical health issues that put me at risk. I would need a gun for self defense.

Also, what in the actual fuck? I do NOT buy guns illegally. Like I said before, as soon as I am able to LEGALLY obtain a small handgun to defend myself, I will do that. Unlike some people, I’m not a fucking nutjob who enjoys harming people and breaking the law. Hell, even piracy pisses me off to some extent. I also do not have any training, so even if I did have a gun I wouldn’t know how to safely use it. Also, I can not afford a gun at all. My family struggles financially quite often, and it fluctuates. But nice job assuming that everyone is as well off as you likely are.

Post: ‘tag your most played hero for each class’
My Hanzo Main Ass: Hanzo can be every class if you believe strong enough

Attack: Heck yeah he’s still totally viable. Who needs DPS when you’re pulling 3 or 4 golds?
Defense: He was made for this. Have fun
Tank: His Scatter Arrows can hit like a god damn tank, even more. His survivability? No problem. Watch that boy climb away
Support: Hanzo Shimada heals my heart and that’s all that matters

toodamnloyal  asked:

Excuse me Presley, I was wondering if you knew of any good letters, books, etc regarding the role that religion played in the revolution? I'm gathering sources for a research paper and I thought you'd know a place for me to start looking.

An online source here.

Marginalia in An Inquiry, an Anonymous Pamphlet, [1770]:

“The true basis of the Americans’ grievance is wider than their complaints indicate. The right of taxation touches on two of “the three principal objects of government,” which are securing the citizen’s person, property, and religion: disposing of his property without his consent threatens his person with starvation. “Hence then it appears what alarming consequences a right of imposing taxes involves in it. Can it therefore surprise any one that the colonies should be jealous of this right? or rather would it not be much more surprising, were they not jealous of it?”

Adams’ Argument for the Defense: 3–4 December 1770:

“That precept of our holy religion which commands us to love our neighbour as ourselves doth not command us to love our neighbour better than ourselves, or so well, no Christian Divine hath given this interpretation. “

Thomas Jefferson to John Minor, 30 August 1814, including Thomas Jefferson to Bernard Moore, [ca. 1773?]

“This foundation being laid, you may enter regularly on the study of the Law, taking with it such of it’s kindred sciences as  will contribute to eminence in it’s attainment. the principal of these are Physics, Ethics, Religion, Natural law, Belles lettres, Criticism, Rhetoric and Oratory. the carrying on several studies at a time is attended with advantage. variety relieves the mind, as well as the eye, palled with too long attention to a single object. but, with both, transitions from one object to another may be so frequent and transitory as to leave no impression. the mean is therefore to be steered, and a competent space of time allotted to each branch of study. again, a great inequality is observable in the vigor of the mind at different periods of the day. it’s powers at these periods should therefore be attended to in marshalling the business of the day. for these reasons I should recommend the following distribution of your time.”

To the Boston Gazette, 18 January 1773:

“1. That the laws of England are the king’s laws. 2. That therefore it is an incident, inseparable prerogative of the kings of England as of all other sovereign princes, to dispense with all penal laws, in particular cases, and upon particular necessary reasons. 3. That of these reasons and necessities the king is the sole judge; consequently, 4. That this is not a trust invested in and granted to the king, but the ancient remains of the sovereign power of the kings of England, which never was yet taken from them, nor can be.” In consequence of this decision, the papists, with the king’s permission, set up every where in the kingdom, in the free and open exercise of their religion.”

Reply of the House to Hutchinson’s Second Message, 2 March 1773

From Benjamin Franklin to Benjamin Rush, 14 July 1773:

“It is well written. I hope in time that the Friends to Liberty and Humanity will get the better of a Practice that has so long disgrac’d our Nation and Religion.”

Rules by Which a Great Empire May Be Reduced to a Small One, 11 September 1773:

“Though we have no Property, we have yet something left that is valuable; we have constitutional Liberty both of Person and of Conscience. This King, these Lords, and these Commons, who it seems are too remote from us to know us and feel for us, cannot take from us our Habeas Corpus Right, or our Right of Trial by a Jury of our Neighbours: They cannot deprive us of the Exercise of our Religion, alter our ecclesiastical Constitutions, and compel us to be Papists if they please, or Mahometans.”

Diary of John Adams, Congress, September–October 1774:

“The Substance of what I said was, that We had no Authority to bind our Constituents to any such Proposals: that the Laws of Massachusetts, were the most mild and equitable Establishment of Religion that was known in the World, if indeed they could be called an Establishment: that it would be in vain for Us to enter into any Conferences on such a Subject, for We knew before hand our Constituents would disavow all We could do or say, for the Satisfaction of those who invited Us to this meeting.”

From James Madison to William Bradford, 24 January 1774:

“If the Church of England had been the established and general Religion in all the Northern Colonies as it has been among us here and uninterrupted tranquility had prevailed throughout the Continent, It is clear to me that slavery and Subjection might and would have been gradually insinuated among us. Union of Religious Sentiments begets a surprizing confidence and Ecclesiastical Establishments tend to great ignorance and Corruption all of which facilitate the Execution of mischievous Projects.”

Heads of Grievances and Rights, 9 September 1774

“And whereas the good People of these Colonies justly alarmed by the proceedings of Parliament and Administration, have duely appointed and directed Delegates to meet and sit in General Congress, at Philadelphia, in this Month of September 1774, in order to such Establishment, as that their Religion Laws and Liberties may not be subverted: Upon which Appointment and Directions the said Delegates being now assembled in a full and free Representative of these Colonies, taking into their most serious Consideration, the best Means for attaining the Ends aforesaid, do in the first Place (as their Ancestors in like Case have usually done) for vindicating and asserting their Rights and Liberties, declare:”

[ … ]

11. That the Statute made in the same Session, “for making more effectual provision for the Government of the Province of Quebec” &c is not only unjust to the People in that Province, but dangerous to the Interests of the Protestant Religion and of these Colonies, and ought to be repealed.”

From John Adams to William Tudor, 29 September 1774:

“The Congress is Such an Assembly as never before came together on a Sudden, in any Part of the World. Here are Fortunes, Abilities, Learning, Eloquence, Acuteness equal to any I ever met with [in] my Life. Here is a Diversity of Religions Educations, Manners, Interests, Such as it would Seem almost impossible to unite in any one Plan of Conduct.”

Diary of John Adams, 1774:

“Our Language is better, our Persons are handsomer, our Spirit is greater, our Laws are wiser, our Religion is superiour, our Education is better. We exceed them in every Thing, but in a Markett, and in charitable public foundations.”

I. To the Inhabitants of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay, 23 January 1775

“Massachusettensis, is more discreet than either of the others. Sensible that these principles would be very troublesome to him, yet conscious of their truth, he has neither admitted nor denied them. But we have a right to his opinion of them, before we dispute with him. He finds fault with the application of them. They have been invariably applied in support of the revolution and the present establishment—against the Stuarts, the Charles’s and James’s,—in support of the reformation and the protestant religion, against the worst tyranny, that the genius of toryism, has ever yet invented, I mean the Romish superstition. Does this writer rank the revolution and present establishment, the reformation and protestant religion among his worst of purposes? What “worse purpose” is there than established tyranny? Were these principles ever inculcated in favour of such tyranny? Have they not always been used against such tyrannies, when the people have had knowledge enough to be apprized of them, and courage to assert them? Do not those who aim at depriving the people of their liberties, always inculcate opposite principles, or discredit these?”

V. To the Inhabitants of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay, 20 February 1775:

“Had he continued stedfast to those principles in religion and government, which in his former life he professed, and which alone had procured him the confidence of the people and all his importance, he would have lived and died, respected and beloved, and have done honor to his native country.”

The Farmer Refuted, 23 February 1775:

“The settlement of New-England was the next in succession, and was instigated by a detestation of civil and ecclesiastical tyranny. The principal design of the enterprize was to be emancipated from their sufferings, under the authority of parliament, and the laws of England. For this purpose, the Puritans had before retired to foreign countries, particularly to Holland. But Sir Robert Naughton, secretary of state, having remonstrated to his Majesty, concerning the impolicy and absurdity of dispeopling his own dominions, by means of religious oppression; obtained permission for the Puritans to take up their abode in America, were they found an asylum from their former misfortunes.”

Virginia Resolutions on Lord North’s Conciliatory Proposal, 10 June 1775:

“Because on our undertaking to grant money as is proposed, the Commons only resolve to forbear levying pecuniary taxes on us; still leaving unrepealed their several Acts passed for the purposes of restraining the trade and altering the form of Government of the Eastern Colonies; extending the boundaries and changing the Government and Religion of Quebec; enlarging the jurisdiction of the Courts of Admiralty, and taking from us the right of trial by jury; and transporting us into other Countries to be tried for criminal Offences. Standing armies too are still to be kept among us, and the other numerous grievancies of which ourselves and sister Colonies separately and by our representatives in General Congress have so often complained, are still to continue without redress.”

Book source: The Shaping of American Religion by James Ward Smith and A. Leland Jamison

To Benjamin Franklin from D[avid Williams],

Instructions to Colonel Benedict Arnold, 14 September 1775 

Address to the Inhabitants of Canada, 14 September 1775 

To John Adams from Mercy Otis Warren, October 1775

Abigail Adams to Mercy Otis Warren, 5 November 1775:

“What becomes of the state prisoner? Is he not to have a trial? When weighd in the balance I fear he will be found wanting. A patriot without religion in my estimation is as great a paradox, as an honest Man without the fear of God. Is it possible that he whom no moral obligations bind, can have any real Good Will towards Man, can he be a patriot who by an openly vicious conduct is undermineing the very bonds of Society, corrupting the Morals of Youth, and by his bad example injuring that very Country he professess to patrionize more than he can possibly compensate by his intrepidity, Generosity and honour? The Scriptures tell us righteousness exaltheth a Nation.”

Samuel Hopkins: Religion, Slavery, and the Revolution

IV. A Proclamation by the General Court, 19 January 1776

The Committee of Secret Correspondence: a Report to Congress, [on or before 14 February 1776]

“That Papers printed by the Tories at New York have been read to them by the Priests assuring them that our Design was to deprive them of their Religion as well as their Possessions.”

To Benjamin Franklin from William Goforth, 22[-23] February 1776

“I would think it an Excellent Expedient in order to open their Eyes and raise their Appetite for freedom that twenty or thirty Protestant Clergymen of Different Denominations Should be Sent into the Province who were orthordox both in Religion and Liberty and whose greater Concern would Rather be to promote the Church of Christ and to Cloath Human Nature with happiness than to gain Customers to Support any Sectarian Purpose.”

To John Adams from Benjamin Kent, 24 April 1776

“One Thing I must rely upon, that is that the Congress will tollerate all Religions both Natural and reveal’d and establish none.”

III. Third Draft by Jefferson, [before June 1776]

“All persons shall have full and free liberty of religious opinion; nor shall any be compelled to frequent or maintain any religious institution.”

Zabdiel Adams to John Adams, 9 June 1776

“It is truly surprizing that any body of men acting above and without the forms of the Constitution, and having no authority but what is founded in reason, honor, and Love of Liberty, should be able to manage the affairs of so great a Continent, and give harmonious motion to so many people, of different customs, educations, forms of Government and modes of religion!”

John Adams to Abigail Adams, 10 July 1776:

“But I find, altho the Colonies have differed in Religion, Laws, Customs, and Manners, yet in the great Essentials of Society and Government, they are all alike.”

Additional Instructions from the Inhabitants of Albemarle, [ca. September–October 1776]:

“Upon the whole, we wish that every thing may be done as agreeable, as possible to the real principles of Liberty, that we may transmit Liberty and religion to our Posterity, and that they may be handed down inviolate to the latest generations, and that this happy land may be an Asylum for all destressed sons of Liberty, to which they may flee.”

III. Jefferson’s Outline of Argument in Support of His Resolutions, 11 October–9 December 1776

V. Notes on Acts of Parliament and of the Virginia Assembly concerning Religion, 11 October – 9 December 1776 

Notes on Locke and Shaftesbury, 11 October–9 December 1776 

VII. Notes on Episcopacy, 11 October–9 December 1776

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Finally, the edit everyone was waiting for the most (or at least I was)!
I decided that the Conquest Club doesn’t get Wombat but Zundar as one of their color schemes; if I get to the Press Society, they’ll get Hireashi, of course.
This time I made some more bonuses than usual, I hope you recognize all of them :3

Yumoto | Ryuu | Io | Atsushi | En | Ibushi | Kinshiro

aka the ridiculously long post where i shove all my feelings & months of research stalking into a list and cry. [ includes headcanons bc lbr they’re freaking amazing too ]

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Alien Archive: Halloween Edition!

This one comes straight outa the Incident at Absalom Station book! For those of you that are curious about what happens if you die while your starship is in the drift! 

NE Medium undead (extraplanar)

Init +4; Senses darkvision 60 ft.; Perception +7
Aura confusion (30 feet, DC 11)

DEFENSE   

HP 22
EAC 13; KAC 15
Fort +4; Ref +4; Will +3
Defensive Abilities spatial incorporeality; Immunities
undead immunities

OFFENSE

Speed 30 ft., fly 60 ft. (average)
Melee claw or incorporeal claw +10 (1d6+4 S)
Ranged Drift rip +7 (1d4+2)

STATISTICS

Str +2; Dex +4; Con —; Int –4; Wis +1; Cha +0
Skills Acrobatics +7, Stealth +12
Languages Common
Other Abilities unliving

ECOLOGY

Environment any (the Drift)
Organization solitary

(bear with me, this is a huge txt dump for their special abilities)

SPECIAL ABILITIES
Confusion Aura (Su) Any creature that comes within 30 feet of a driftdead must succeed at a DC 11 Will save or be confused for 2 rounds. Once a creature has attempted this save, whether successful or not, it can’t be affected again by the same driftdead’s aura for 24 hours.Drift Rip (Su) Just as the Drift tears away chunks of planar material, a driftdead can pull apart the molecular bonds of matter, ripping open the flesh of nearby creatures. This is a ranged attack against EAC that has a range of 30 feet.

Spatial Incorporeality (Ex) 

Within the Drift, a driftdead has a physical body, but if removed from that plane, its physical body phases out of normal reality. On the Material Plane or otherwise outside the Drift, a driftdead becomes incorporeal. This does not change any of the driftdead’s statistics, but it gains all of the other benefits of the incorporeal special ability (see page 264 of the Starfinder Core Rulebook). If returned to the Drift, a driftdead immediately loses the incorporeal special ability as its physical body returns.When a mortal humanoid dies within the Drift while consumed with a strong negative emotion, it can become a driftdead, a restless undead spirit bound to that plane, unable to escape the confines of the Drift and reach its final judgment. What’s left  of  a  driftdead’s  warped  mind  is  filled  with insanity, rage, and a hatred for the living. So overwhelming is this flux of emotions that a driftdead psychically broadcasts its confusion, affecting all who venture too close.A driftdead leaves its mortal remains behind and forms a new undead body out of the mingled planar energies of the Drift—just  as  the  Drift  contains  material  snatched  from  countless planes. This physical body, however, is inextricably linked to the Drift. If a driftdead ever travels to the Material Plane (or any other plane), its planar body remains within the Drift, and the driftdead becomes an incorporeal spirit. The driftdead recreates its corporeal form as soon as it returns to the Drift.

WHEW that was alot to read. Well anyways, there is the creature itself! “But Voxel, what if a player character becomes one??” Well little billy, there is a template for that! Unfortunately, while I do have the stats for it, im not sure how to apply template grafts in starfinder, as it is explained in the Alien Archive book. Which I wont have access to till i am released….

One thing I will never understand from the anti-Milah and anti-Millan crowd is the thought that Milah and Killian “brought out the worst in each other”. Because even with what little we were shown of their relationship there is absolutely no evidence to back that up?

Unless they see two people respecting each other as equals and being devoted to each other as “bringing out the worst” in people? That’s the only explanation I can think of.

anonymous asked:

The US needs to get rid of all Muslims. You are the ones to spread terrorism in our country. We were safer without you here!

Sighs.

Organised KKK Terrorism - 

  • 1865–77: Over 3,000 Freedmen and their Republican Party allies were killed by a combination of the Ku Klux Klan and well organized campaigns of violence by local whites in a campaign of terrorist violence that overthrew Reconstructionist governments in the south and reestablished segregation.
  • 1868 October 22: James M. Hinds, Arkansas congressional representative, was assassinated by a member of the Ku Klux Klan in Little Rock. 
  • 1898 November 10: In the Wilmington Insurrection of 1898, white supremacists overthrew the biracial Republican government of Wilmington, North Carolina, killing at least 22 African Americans, marking the beginning of the Jim Crow era in North Carolina.
  • 1898 November 10: In the Wilmington Insurrection of 1898, white supremacists overthrew the biracial Republican government of Wilmington, North Carolina, killing at least 22 African Americans, marking the beginning of the Jim Crow era in North Carolina.
  • 1951 December 25: Harry T. Moore state co-coordinator of the Florida NAACP and his wife were killed by dynamite bomb in his Mims, Florida home. Despite extensive FBI investigation no one was arrested but Orlando KKK suspected.
  • 1963 June 12: NAACP organizer Medgar Evers was killed in front of his Mississippi home by member of the Ku Klux Klan.
  • September 16, 1963: 16th Street Baptist Church bombing. A member of the Ku Klux Klan bombed a Church in Birmingham, Alabama, killing four girls.
  • June 21, 1964: In the Mississippi civil rights worker murders, three civil rights workers were murdered in Philadelphia, Mississippi by the Ku Klux Klan.
  • March 25, 1965: The Ku Klux Klan murdered Viola Liuzzo, a Southern-raised white mother of five who was visiting Alabama from her home in Detroit to attend a civil rights march. At the time of her murder, Liuzzo was transporting Civil Rights Marchers.
  • 1966 January 10: Vernon Dahmer died in the firebombing of his own home in Mississippi at the hands of the Ku Klux Klan.
  • 1979 November 3: Members of the Ku Klux Klan and the American Nazi Party fired on meeting of members of a Communist group who were trying to organize local African American workers in Greensboro, North Carolina, killing five. 
  • March 20, 1981: Michael Donald was randomly selected to be lynched by two Ku Klux Klan members near his Alabama home. He was beaten, had his throat slit, and was hanged.

White supremacy Terrorism - 

  • 1951: Wave of hate related terrorist attacks in Florida. Black’s dragged and beaten to death, 11 race related bombings, dynamiting of synagogues and a Jewish School in Miami and explosives found outside of Catholic Churches in Miami.
  • 1958 October 12: Bombing of the Hebrew Benevolent Congregation Temple of Atlanta, Georgia. The acts were carried out by white racists.
  • 1984 July 18: Alan Berg, Jewish lawyer-talk show host was shot and killed in the driveway of his home on Capitol Hill, Denver, Colorado, by members of a White Nationalist group called The Order. Berg had stridently argued with a member of the group on the show earlier who was convicted in his murder.
  • 1988 Frazier Glenn Miller, Jr. a Vietnam Veteran and who according to the Southern Poverty Law Center founded the Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in the early 1980s served three years in Federal penitentiary for trying to assassinate Morris Dees founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center. The FBI found a cache of weapons in his home after they used tear gas to drive him out and arrest him. He testified against 14 White Supremacists as part of a plea bargain deal.
  • 2011 January 17: Spokane Bombing attempt
  • 2014 April 13: Overland Park Jewish Community Center shooting 3 killed 1 critically injured in shootings at Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City and Village Shalom in Overland Park, Kansas. Suspect is 73 year old Frazier Glenn Miller, Jr.

Christian extremism - 

  • 1993: David Gunn was murdered by anti-abortion activist Michael F. Griffin
  • 1994: Abortion provider John Britton and James Barrett became victims of Reverend Paul Jennings Hill.
  • 1994: Shannon Lowney and Lee Ann Nichols, two receptionists in abortion and family planning clinics, were killed by John Salvi.
  • 1996–98: Eric Rudolph cited biblical passages as his motivation for a series bombings, including one at Atlanta’s Olympic Centennial Park. But he otherwise denied that his brief association with the Christian Identity movement was a motivation. Rudolph is often misquoted as saying that his Roman Catholicism was a motivation. However, he only made reference to being “born a Catholic” as a hope for forgiveness of his actions, rather than as a motivation for them.
  • 1998: James Kopp killed at least one and went on a series of anti-abortion shooting sprees, both in the U.S. and Canada.
  • 2009: Anti-abortion activist Scott Roeder killed George Tiller in Kansas.

Jewish Terrorism - 

  • 1970: Jewish Defense League linked with a bomb explosion outside of Aeroflot’s New York City office in protest of treatment of Soviet Jews
  • 1971: Jewish Defense League linked to a detonation outside of Soviet cultural offices in Washington, D.C. and rifle fire into the Soviet mission to the United Nations
  • 1/26/1981 Jewish Defense League San Francisco, CA Bombing
  • 6/25/1981 Jewish Defenders Torrance, CA Incendiary Bombing (FBI.gov)
  • 8/31/1981 Jewish Defense League New York City, NY Hostile Takeover (FBI.gov)
  • 9/3-4/81 Jewish Defense League New York City, NY Multiple Bombings (2) (FBI.gov)
  • 10/25/1981 Jewish Defense League New York City, NY Incendiary Bombing (FBI.gov)
  • 12/24/1981 Jewish Defense League New York City, NY Attempted Pipe (FBI.gov)
  • 2/19/1982 Jewish Defense League Washington, DC Bombing (FBI.gov)
  • 4/5/1982 Jewish Defense League Brooklyn, NY Arson (FBI.gov)
  • 4/28/1982 Jewish Defense League New York City, NY Multiple Bombings (2) (FBI.gov)
  • 7/5/1982 Jewish Defense League New York City, NY Multiple Pipe Bombing (2) (FBI.gov)
  • 2/19/1983 Jewish Defense League Washington, DC Pipe Bombing (FBI.gov)
  • 2/23/1984 Jewish Direct Action New York City, NY Bombing (FBI.gov)
  • 5/15/1985 Jewish Defense League Northridge, CA Pipe Bombing (FBI.gov)
  • 8/15/1985 Jewish Defense League Paterson, NJ Bombing (FBI.gov)
  • 9/6/1985 Jewish Defense League Brentwood, NY Bombing (FBI.gov)
  • 10/11/1985 Jewish Defense League Santa Ana, CA Bombing (FBI.gov)
  • 9/2/1986 Jewish Defense League New York City, NY Tear Gas Bombing (FBI.gov)
  • 10/20/1986 Jewish Defense League New York City, NY Incendiary Bombing (FBI.gov)

Further reading - 

Chronological Summary of Terrorist Incidents in the United States 1980-2005 (Source - FBI.GOV) (Please do notice that only about 6% of these are sited as Islamic terrorist attacks!)

Non-Muslims Carried Out More than 90% of All Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Soil.

All Terrorists are Muslims except the 94% that aren’t

Study: Islamic Terrorism exaggerated.

FBI Report and Statistics on Terrorism in the USA.

Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Soil by Group, From 1980 to 2005, According to FBI Database.

Have a good day.

The moment your favorite childhood actor dies your childhood dies too.

- RIP ‘Professor Snape’ Alan Rickman

Originally posted by dz-amina