If you stand for everything, you stand for nothing.....Comment Posted By S On 5.02.2006 @ 11:31
...the words of the multilateral secularist crowd are easily disposed of with the sword - to those whose pillars include jihad, the feel good western lullabies must evoke abject scorn. Your middling is appreciated but the sobriety in this instance is misplaced. I might be inclined to agree if the cartoons were an isolated incident; far from it. It is yet another hammer blow to the bedrock of western civilization. The blurred mosaic is finally coming into focus and it is to my amazement. Do they willingly ignore it or is the haze still too thick?
There are so many contradictions and double standards that I'll leave it to others to with greater historical acumen to illuminate. Kicking the can down the road and/or "loving them" are not strategies. Respect is a two way street - isn't it? Iâ€™m sorry, your blog is great, but I totally disagree with you and think this is a pretty shallow analysis.Comment Posted By S On 5.02.2006 @ 11:27
CNN Link -AP Story/ GalleryComment Posted By S On 3.02.2006 @ 15:50
Isn't it interesting that the lead story on CNN re the Arab Street's outrage includes a series of pictures showing angry crowds torching western flags and effigies? Absent - shocking not in the least - are the cartoons themselves? Instead we get a pathetic disclaimer "CNN has chosen to not show the cartoons out of respect for Islam." Once again the "west" is proving its metal! CNN and its MSM lackeys are cut from the same cloth as Al Jezeera. When is the West going to wake from its slumber of self loathing and confront this evil with the rigor that has allowed western civilization to rout the prehistoric easterners?Comment Posted By S On 3.02.2006 @ 15:48
It is pretty ironic that Iraq fought a devasting war with Iran to the tune of 1 million dead only to then have so much sweat of its labor virtually handed over to Iran's new proxy state - if the allegations prove true, which consistent with your view is perfectly plausable given the alarming consensus in the western intelligence agencies. If indeed weaponry has made its way from Syria into the Bekaa Valley, then we should all be concerned. Wouldn't it be the height of irony if somehow the west were to take action against Iran and Hezballah, already supplied to the hilt with ammunition and rockets from the midget in the middle, suddenly found themselves in command of WMD. Not so ironic for Israel!
The tortured logic of inaction will now be tested given Hamas' election victory. It is baffling to listen to the appease them first crowd suggesting that there is no better leadership alternative? no better alternative? How about rephrasing the question - what could be worse? The same goes for Iran. The whole line of reasoing is so nonsensical, but then again I havn;t mastered the nuanse that got us to the brink. Time to bring in the A team, not the State team.Comment Posted By s On 26.01.2006 @ 10:18
Absolutely amazing that H. Clinton can go on TV and claim that Bush outsourced our negotiations with the Mullahs! Isn't that what the left has been advocating both pre and post 9/11. She sounds like Kerry in the past presidential debate when she advocates sanctions. Are we really to belive that stopping friendly soccer matches will turn the tide of centrifugal developments in Iran. It would be laughable if it weren't so frightening. The only crisis right now seems to be one of confidence in Pennsylvania Avenue. Action in Iran is after-all a hobson's choice. Recent precident (sigh!) suggests the White House will once again regain its rational footing. Arguing oil price spikes seems diversionary. The lesson from Ukraine should be that curtailing supply is beyond "our" control. Perhaps it is time for that sacrifice so many partisons have been preaching for the past few years!Comment Posted By s On 19.01.2006 @ 14:52
#93 was going to siteR. lots of plane parts in buildings but v.little in a field just doesn't make sense.Comment Posted By S On 13.09.2005 @ 14:05
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