When the spirit of the opinion represents something that is philosophically aligned with something that the Taliban would agree with, it could be classified as Talibanesque. Again: I'm pointing out that similar motives.
Similar Motives? In the first place, you are hardly a svengali and so you can only impute motives. You do not know. And similarity? I would say that all motives fall into 2 categories regardless of the perpetrator. To do good, or to do evil. So you have just condemned every person that wants to do good. Notice I did not say do good, but wants to. I have no doubt that in their own perverted way, the Taliban wants to do good, just as Obama does, Mr. Right Christian, and Pelosi. That they fail is a whole different matter, but you only addressed motives, which are intents, not actions or consequences.
Must as it falls upon the moderate elements of Islam to call out their extremist elements, I think it does fall upon moderates within Christianity to do some house cleaning and call out the extremist/out of touch elements within them.
You are partially correct. However it is not the right to do house cleaning, as that would be cleansing. It is the obligation to confront the evil, denounce the evil and repudiate the evil. But cleaning? you would have to set up a Spanish Inquisition to eradicate everyone who professed a belief that went against your arbitrary standards for that belief. Hardly a noble cause.