This nasty, obnoxious, crab-infested drunk goes lower than most, but this time she’s managed to go to an entirely new low.

Her Nazi-like hatred of Muslims has led her to turn a blind eye to the atrocities committed on the orders of Ratko Mladic, one of the most murderous racists of the last century. But, since he killed the “right” people, Pam defends him as a righteous man who was simply eradicating the vermin.

This is past shameful. Past disgusting. Past anything even remotely human. I do not wish harm to come to anyone, but I swear…. karma almost demands it for some.

Mladic and bin Laden stand accused of killing a comparable number of civilians. But Mladic didn’t kill any Americans. So nabbing the war criminal was not a top White House priority, though the CIA spent years tracking the man around former Yugoslavia. Instead it was left to Serbia to choose how diligently to pursue Mladic.

Until 2000 and the ouster of Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic, the war criminal lived more or less in the open, protected by supporters in high places. It took a while, but eventually those who favor the rule of law gained the upper hand in Belgrade.

The timing of the arrest was perhaps a little too perfect. The European Union had been pressing Serbia to clear away this major obstacle to EU membership, with the head of EU foreign policy Catherine Ashton in Belgrade the very day of the arrest. And the ruling party of Boris Tadic was looking at an uphill battle in the 2012 elections.

Regardless of the motivations and the outside pressures, the Serbian government opted to do the right thing. And as Merdijana Sadovic writes at the Institute for War and Peace Reporting, the arrest was an opportunity for the Serbian media to take a long hard look at the past: “RTS television showed several documentaries about the crimes committed in Srebrenica in July 1995, the 1992-95 siege of Sarajevo, and reels of archive footage showing Mladic as an unpredictable and arrogant commander displaying no respect for the UN troops deployed in Bosnia, no empathy for civilians, and no mercy for his enemies.”

The backlash within Serbia has been comparatively muted. On Sunday, several thousand hardcore nationalists, including soccer thugs and neo-Nazis, rallied in Belgrade, but these numbers pale in comparison to earlier demonstrations of ultra-nationalist fervour.

Still, polls from before Mladic’s arrest suggest that opinion was roughly divided between those who approved his arrest (34 percent) and those who regarded him as a hero (40 percent). Tadic was taking a certain political risk by nabbing this half-hero.

Ultra-nationalist Serbs are not the only ones who have rallied behind Mladic. That great Islamophobe Pamela Geller, the force behind the protests around the Park 51 Islamic Center in lower Manhattan, has been trying to rally support for Mladic and his other Serbian colleagues charged with war crimes.

“The crime they are all morally charged with – above and beyond anything legal or technical – is daring to fight back when Muslims attacked,” she recently wrote.

There were, of course, atrocities committed by Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims), and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has indicted several of them. But the aggressors were the Bosnian Serbs, backed by the Serbian government of Slobodan Milosevic. Geller is not just wrong, but wrong at the level of Holocaust denial.

Now all of you knuckle-dragging inbreds who think that this drunken slut (yeah, I went there. I’m not Ed Schultz, am I?) is some kind of a great thinker should be doubly-proud of yourselves. Fly your swastikas PROUDLY at your next cross burning.

In Germany, you can go to jail for denying genocide. In America, you collect a lot of donations from people as fucked up as you are for doing the same thing. Ain’t “freedom” grand?