Thursday, March 06, 2008

Two Explosions

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Before dawn, an explosion at the Times Square Recruitment Center.

Half a world away and hours later, a Palestinian Terrorist shoots up a Yeshiva.

What do these explosions have in common?

There is sympathy from the Left for the bomber at dawn and the Terrorist in the afternoon. The bomber sent his "We did it," letters to Democratic members of Congress. The "We did it," was taken from the movie 12 Monkeys, so no originality there.

Code Pink, home of Gnome Logic, supported insurgents in Iraq with funds. Where does Code Pink think it's money went? To make toys for poor children? Code Pink also supports kicking out Marines from Berkley.

At what point do we hold Medea Benjamen for Treason? Her group stops business from being one in Congress; She also supports Hugo Chavez and Middle East Totalitarian regimes. yet, Code Pink cannot support "freedom of choice" of people to make the decision to join (or not join) -- if they believe in their arguments, debate thoroughly. Don't shut people up. That is what Totalitarians do.

Listen to Pacifica radio and Code Pink, they believe in the Palestinian cause. I won't mention one Blogger who succeeds supporting the killing of Israeli's who is a Brit who writes on Daily Kos (who has yet to be slammed publicly by any Democrat), but the Left lies in sympathy with the gunner not the victims who were killed.

If anything should come from these two Explosions is: Code Pink should be exiled from the American Coast and be based in Iran. And Medea Benjamen should be arrested and thrown in prison.

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7 comments:

  1. JSF, this post is wrong on so many levels that I have neither the time or the energy to even begin to get into it. You're killin' me here!

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  2. No, JSF, you're not wrong.

    There's a huge denial among mainstream media types, and obviously hard leftists, to really discuss the nub of the socialist/Islamist alliance against freedom.

    More immediately, I've got another post up on radical planning to disrupt the Democratic convention in Denver this summer, with some calls for "direct action," which is French code language for revolutionary violence.

    Please continue to write on these topics and keep me posted. Sometimes I think I'm a lone voice speaking out against the left's nihilism; and while I don't love Michelle Malkin on a lot of issues, she's right about this stuff when she speaks up.

    Thanks...

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  3. Well I am glad to see that your writers block seems to have passed at least for the blog and time being. I think that saying this group should move to Iran is totalitarian my love. Voltaire said I may not like what you have to say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it. In a free society these people have the right to say whatever they want, just like we have the right to not listen or to be offended.

    I also think that having sympathy for the Palestinians is not a bad thing. I have sympathy for the Palestinians, but that doesn't mean I condone the violence. I can understand why they'd want to do this though. I watched a movie called the Syrian Bride, you might want to rent it sometime. It gives some good insight into the occupied territories and the conflicts there, in no man's land.

    Israel and the Arabs have to find a way to get along with each other and behave in humane ways. This is why Rabin was killed, because he sought to find a humane solution to these issues. Unfortunately Israel hasn't had a good PM since him, and I am disinclined to run even if I do manage to move there.

    I have to agree with Jason though, this post is wrong on a lot of levels, but I am glad to see that you seem to be coming out of the funk you were in.

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  4. JSF, sorry but your commentators here make me as sick as Code Pink. Reading this...:

    Code Pink, home of Gnome Logic, supported insurgents in Iraq with funds. Where does Code Pink think it's money went? To make toys for poor children?

    ...should have stunned anybody by its implications but your commentators and so many others on the Left have become numb it seems. I'm literally sickened and appalled. This will link in well with a post I just wrote...Will add it in there with a credit.
    It's tragic what's happening to America with the likes of Pinko hatred on the rise.

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  5. Aurora, you're a wingnut and offer zero to any conversation. You can't see past the nose on your face and you are so clouded by your hate of all who dare disagree with you that you have lost all sense of cause and effect. You are a complete waste of carbon and DNA.

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  6. Jason, you call this a contribution to the conversation:

    JSF, this post is wrong on so many levels that I have neither the time or the energy to even begin to get into it. You're killin' me here!

    Wow, your genius boggles my mind.

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  7. Aurora, I said more in those two sentences than you have ever said. You are an extremist and you offer nothing of value.

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