Unspeakable column virtually celebrates the death of terror victim who was fervently religious

NY Daily News columnist Linda Stasi  has penned a column on the terror attack in San Bernardino that is shocking, even for her.

One of the victims of the attack, Nicholas Thalasinos, a fervent messianic Jew, apparently crossed swords with the shooter Farook about religion. This wasn't unusual, as his wife says he constantly talked about religion with anyone he met. But Stasi appears to blame Thalasinos for setting off Farook at the Christmas party, making him responsible for the massacre.

She also appears to say that the victim deserved to die for his "bigoted" beliefs.

One man spent his free time writing frightening, NRA-loving, hate-filled screeds on Facebook about the other’s religion.

The other man quietly stewed and brewed his bigotry, collecting the kind of arsenal that the Facebook poster would have envied.

What they didn’t realize is that except for their different religions they were in many ways similar men who even had the same job.

One man, the Muslim, was a loser who had to travel all the way to Pakistan to get himself an email bride. (I refuse to add to their fame by using the killer and his murderous wife’s names.)

That wife radicalized him and fueled his hatred. The FBI is investigating her ties to Al Qaeda and ISIS. Go to the Middle East, meet your new wife, meet some terror leaders, begin your wedded bliss back in the USA.

The other man, the victim, Nicholas Thalasinos, was a radical Born Again Christian/Messianic Jew, who also connected with his future wife online and had traveled across the country to meet her.

The killer, however, became half of an Islamic Bonnie & Clyde, while the other died as the male equivalent of Pamela Geller.

Note: Pam Gellar has been in virtual hiding because of Muslim death threats against her.

The killers deserve every disgusting adjective thrown at them. And more.

But the victim is also inaccurately being eulogized as a kind and loving religious man.

Make no mistake, as disgusting and deservedly dead as the hate-filled fanatical Muslim killers were, Thalasinos was also a hate-filled bigot. Death can’t change that. But in the U.S., we don’t die for speaking our minds. Or we’re not supposed to anyway.

The logical conclusion drawn from Stasi's repugnant writing is that Thalasinos was not a victim, but rather deserved to die. No doubt Stasi will protest at that characterization of her writing, but the reality is, no matter how she qualifies her statements about the killers, she clearly differentiates between "innocent" victims and Thalasinos.

We shouldn't be surprised by Stasi's nauseating writing. She specializes in being "provocative." What she doesn't say is that no one deserves what happened to Mr. Thalasinos, no matter his beliefs or public statements. Which leads one to the inescapable conclusion that she thinks the victim deserved what he got.

NY Daily News columnist Linda Stasi  has penned a column on the terror attack in San Bernardino that is shocking, even for her.

One of the victims of the attack, Nicholas Thalasinos, a fervent messianic Jew, apparently crossed swords with the shooter Farook about religion. This wasn't unusual, as his wife says he constantly talked about religion with anyone he met. But Stasi appears to blame Thalasinos for setting off Farook at the Christmas party, making him responsible for the massacre.

She also appears to say that the victim deserved to die for his "bigoted" beliefs.

One man spent his free time writing frightening, NRA-loving, hate-filled screeds on Facebook about the other’s religion.

The other man quietly stewed and brewed his bigotry, collecting the kind of arsenal that the Facebook poster would have envied.

What they didn’t realize is that except for their different religions they were in many ways similar men who even had the same job.

One man, the Muslim, was a loser who had to travel all the way to Pakistan to get himself an email bride. (I refuse to add to their fame by using the killer and his murderous wife’s names.)

That wife radicalized him and fueled his hatred. The FBI is investigating her ties to Al Qaeda and ISIS. Go to the Middle East, meet your new wife, meet some terror leaders, begin your wedded bliss back in the USA.

The other man, the victim, Nicholas Thalasinos, was a radical Born Again Christian/Messianic Jew, who also connected with his future wife online and had traveled across the country to meet her.

The killer, however, became half of an Islamic Bonnie & Clyde, while the other died as the male equivalent of Pamela Geller.

Note: Pam Gellar has been in virtual hiding because of Muslim death threats against her.

The killers deserve every disgusting adjective thrown at them. And more.

But the victim is also inaccurately being eulogized as a kind and loving religious man.

Make no mistake, as disgusting and deservedly dead as the hate-filled fanatical Muslim killers were, Thalasinos was also a hate-filled bigot. Death can’t change that. But in the U.S., we don’t die for speaking our minds. Or we’re not supposed to anyway.

The logical conclusion drawn from Stasi's repugnant writing is that Thalasinos was not a victim, but rather deserved to die. No doubt Stasi will protest at that characterization of her writing, but the reality is, no matter how she qualifies her statements about the killers, she clearly differentiates between "innocent" victims and Thalasinos.

We shouldn't be surprised by Stasi's nauseating writing. She specializes in being "provocative." What she doesn't say is that no one deserves what happened to Mr. Thalasinos, no matter his beliefs or public statements. Which leads one to the inescapable conclusion that she thinks the victim deserved what he got.