The New York Times
(via Orlando Weekly
) recently reported that DC and IDW are publishing a joint project called "Love is Love" to honor the victims of the jihad attack in Orlando at a gay nightclub. One of the contributors, Marc Andreyko, said:
“Events like this shouldn’t be compartmentalized,” he said. “They should hurt and we should want to change for the better.”
Point: if they really want to change anything for the better, then will their planned special acknowledge that Omar Mateen was a Muslim
, and that his crime was a form of lone-wolf jihadism? If they don't get into this, then not only have their failed the quest they're allegedly taking, they're also compartmentalizing what they claim shouldn't be, in a manner of speaking. Let's be clear: if facts aren't stressed, then how can they say they're honoring anyone if they won't explore the criminal's motivations?
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