Thursday, September 15, 2005

Is it April 1?

I have a vague sense that things are coming to a head. Anger is growing to incredible levels at the media and the left as they become even more unbelievable brazen and detached from reality.

For example, look at these "news" photos from al-Reuters. I'm not going to post the photos themselves, so you can follow the link and see that these are indeed real Reuters photos at Yahoo News.

Does Reuters even pretend to be a professional organization anymore? They're just making things up and don't seem to care if anyone knows.

Look at this.

And this!

How can they live with themselves? If it's real, it's shameless -- and how'd they get that shot? Or is it totally faked? There was a day when the media wouldn't dare show Roosevelt in a wheelchair. Whatever they thought of the man, the Office of the Presidency was too important to disrespect.

They are an enemy propaganda organization, nothing more.

In Britain, insanity reigned, as the "advisers" to Blair on how to confront islamic extremism made their recommmendations, namely to eliminate Holocaust Memorial Day because it's offensive to muslims:
The committees argue that the special status of Holocaust Memorial Day fuels extremists’ sense of alienation because it “excludes” Muslims.

A member of one of the committees, made up of Muslims, said it gave the impression that “western lives have more value than non-western lives”. That perception needed to be changed. “One way of doing that is if the government were to sponsor a national Genocide Memorial Day.

“The very name Holocaust Memorial Day sounds too exclusive to many young Muslims. It sends out the wrong signals: that the lives of one people are to be remembered more than others.”
These "advisers" went on to seriously assert that
Tony Blair decided to wage war on Iraq after coming under the influence of a "sinister" group of Jews and Freemasons, a Muslim barrister who advises the Prime Minister has claimed.
You got a real brain trust behind you there, Tony. Maybe it was a mistake to put jihadists on your muslim outreach committee.

Also joining Blair's team of advisers is Yusef Islam, aka Cat Stevens, who supports the death fatwa against Salamn Rushdie, having once replied, when asked to comment on it, "whoever defames the Prophet must die."

But in Canada, Sharia law was rejected in Ontario. Whew, that was a close one!

And the Germans have suddenly realized there are at least 5,000 potential suicide jihadists in their midst.

France is actually taking the lead in kicking muslims out. Interior Minister Sarkozy said:
"The [French] republic is not a weak regime and it does not have to accept speech which on the pretext that it is happening in a place of worship calls for hate and murder.

"Those who persist in this way will systematically be the object of an expulsion procedure...I know of only one policy against these people - firmness, arresting them, punishing them, penalising them, in Madrid, London, New York, everywhere."
Backing this up, several thousands have been deported with more thousands to follow.

Also today, we were treated to dual debates between Arianna Huffington and Victor Davis Hanson on the one hand, and the vile, despicable George Galloway and Christopher Hitchens on the other.

The first was painful, like seeing a naughty puppy getting kicked.

The second was a grudge match, a clash of titans, with nazi demagoguery losing to the wit of Oscar Wilde on steroids.

It got personal from the start. Responding to attacks from terrorist-supporter Galloway, member of parliament, who should be hanged for sedition, Hitchens explained:
He says that I am an ex-Trotskyist (true), a "popinjay" (true enough, since its original Webster's definition means a target for arrows and shots), and that I cannot hold a drink (here I must protest). In a recent interview he made opprobrious remarks about the state of my midriff, which I will confess has—as P.G. Wodehouse himself once phrased it—"slipped down to the mezzanine floor." In reply I do not wish to stoop. Those of us who revere the vagina are committed to defend it against the very idea that it is a mouth or has teeth. Study the photographs of Galloway from Syrian state television, however, and you will see how unwise and incautious it is for such a hideous person to resort to personal remarks. Unkind nature, which could have made a perfectly good butt out of his face, has spoiled the whole effect by taking an asshole and studding it with ill-brushed fangs.
By the end of the "debate", Galloway was reduced to sputtering at Hitchens,
Damn you and all your works!
We were also treated to retorts of "sinister piffle" and "Zoo noises"!

Galloway is so evil, even actor John Malkovich wants to kill him:
In May 2002, at the Cambridge Union, American actor John Malkovich stated that he would like to shoot both George Galloway and the journalist Robert Fisk.
To ice the cake today, it was announced that the horrible islamic "red crescent of jihad embrace" (that happens to point to mecca) that would have been the Flight 93 Disgrace Memorial will be changed.

The architect last week said no design changes would be made, but now has been forced to cave.

Why? Because of the blogosphere. I can't remember all the links to these, but I gathered these snippets over the last few days in which "we" inundated the Secretary of the Interior and the National Parks Service so much that their servers crashed. Then people started faxing and calling. Then the faxes were jammed. The pressure was enormous. Congressman "nuke mecca" Tancredo got in on the action. The issue became known to the White House, which had "no comment." The military's Special Operations forces are said to have gotten vocal about it as well.

People are fed up.


Blogger AcademicElephant said...

Are there any transcripts from the Hanson Huffington debate floating around? Call me cruel, but I want to see the puppy getting what for.

2:09 PM, September 15, 2005  
Blogger RDS said...

Haven't found one yet, but thanks for reading this blog!

12:53 AM, September 17, 2005  
Blogger Nylarthotep said...

I'd love to see the H/H debate or read it also. The H/G "debate" was just pathetic. Not much debate to speak of. But it did have some amusing parts.

6:08 PM, September 17, 2005  

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