Sunday, July 23, 2006
New Home of Conspiracy, what Conspiracy?
Figured it was time to get to a site where I could do all the things I wanted to do with it. Of course, I am realizing that I don't know how to do all I want to do with a site so it will be a learning experience. This site here won't be going anywhere, but I did move all the posts over to the new site. Some of the formatting didn't transfer right but their there. Come along and enjoy the ride.
Saturday, July 22, 2006
Woot! I hit the trifecta!
Islamique (is that a muslim perfume?) said
The odious bloggers at Jawa Report seem to have spoken too soon about the Indian government ban. The vile Dread Pundit Bluto has been forced to dash their vain hopes of escape from just punishment.With my response being:
Ahoy scurvy dogs. Consider this a shot across your bow, the next one will land midship. Jawa and Admiral Bluto are excercising the rights of Free Speech to alert the world of the hateful cult of Allah. For 1300 years Islam has been trying to take over the world and impose Sharia and get the right to molest children like Mohammed did with his child bride, what makes you think you can now?
Sticking with my membership in the Pirate Armada, and defense of the Admiral's right to free speech I went with a more pirate motiff. That defense of course led to my hitting the "trifecta" and Islamique said:
I accuse him of three things:Those of you who come here and know me irl know that I really don't like not to respond to things of this nature...so of course I had to fire back (which I warned him I would do in my original comment) with this:
1. Misrepresenting the nature of Islam, a peaceful religion.
2. Resorting to the ancient, xenophobic conspiracy theory that Muslims are trying to take over the world. A scurrilous charge which is also levelled against Jews by all kinds of anti-Semites.
3. Misrepresenting the traditions about the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) and distorting Islamic religious custom and tradition in general. A tactic also used by anti-Semites against Jews and the Talmud.
You accuse me? No sirrah I accuse the radical elements of Islam, specificially the Shia muslims who kill the Sunni’s in Iraq. Islam is not a peaceful religion as practiced by a growing number of Muslims. Explain to me these things.After a little back and forth he responds to my comment on another his posts with this:
1) The death of over 3000 people in America on 9-11
2) The murders of innocents on the transit systems in Spain, Britain and India.
3) That just for the week of 7/9 to 7/15 that the “religion of peace” accounted for the deaths of 589 people and the wounding of 1178 people around the world as reported at thereligionofpeace.com.
4) Mohammed’s child bride. Does this site Sirrah, promote or condemn the fact that Mohammed was a child molester who married at 6 and consumated the marriage with a 9 year old child?
5) The Islamic belief that Sharia should be the law of the world?
6) The right of the jews to exist in Israel? That land was Israel’s in the time of Abraham, 4000 years before Mohammed.
7) Freedom of speech, do you support the basic right of people to have this freedom?
Sirrah, do you condem or congratulate those who make their points by the attacking of women and children. Do you condemn when Islamic Jihadists use women and children as shields? The silence of moderate muslims is deafening. The faces of Islam are Ahmedinejad, Nasrallah, Bin Laden, Zarqawi etc. Perception is often reality, if you condemn them, then take a stand and say so, if you agree with them, then take a stand and do so. Silence gives the impression of acceptance, evil wins when good pirates stand by and do nothing and I will not do that
Of course I am eagerly awaiting this, the cannons are loaded, the wicks are ready to be lit and there will be a broadsides fired. 230 years ago the Founding Fathers refused to back down against tyranny. In the 8th Century Charles Martel refused to back down from jihad. There are other examples..some fought with swords, others with guns but many have stood in the gap against the onslaught of Islam. In the 21st century members of the blogosphere can do no less then those before us, though our weapons be words still we will stand like those before us.
Thursday, July 20, 2006
What do I have to do to curry disfavor?
One of my favorite sites, The Jawa Report is among the banned, and the leader of the Pirate Armada the scourge of Kos, the terror of the internet seas, the infamous Dread Pundit Bluto has declared a blogihad on them for it. This raises 3 questions to me. 1) Why is Jawa only #2? Dammit the man works hard and if you're going to ban him at least make him the #1 banned site. 2) What can I do to get banned in India? 3) Is the Indian government so in fear of their muslim population that they want to practice the ostrich defense?
I want to look at questions 2 and 3. Not much can be done about question one, except for The Jawa Report to keep chipping away at the brick wall of stupidity that exists among the masses today. As to why I am not banned, well for a brief moment I was, all of blogspot was. Now it's just a few blogspot bloggers that are banned and I feel left out. Where the hell is the ACLU to defend my right to be banned, are they too busy defending NAMBLA and trying to destroy Christianity?
Now while I haven't done anything as bad as this but it's not for lack of trying but rather time and creativity. I have done this audio post, and this post singing about Zarqawi, I also said this in a recent reprint of an old post I made in may.
Arabic DisneyWorld anyone? Plenty of parking on the glass parking lots! E rides come with their own hazmat suits! Perhaps this might be a good time to "ahem" dispose of some of our nuclear material, how about here? http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?adbut it's no where near as good, and I haven't had time to do more voice posts, but soon I will! See what I'm going to do is quit my job, have the ACLU sue the government because I am too afraid to use the phone or use my bank accounts cause Bushitler is watching me (Hi W!). Then I will take that money and sit home all day doing nothing but making fun of Islam and it's child molesting prophet Mohammed. Maybe break out some crayons and paint and work on pictures of Mohammed wearing a crucific and a yamaka using the Koran as toilet paper while eating a giant pork sandwich! Yep, that's what I am going to do. That should take care of question 2 and get me banned, if not I can think of a few more things.
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As to questions 3. The Indian Government is falling prey to the same school of thought (or lack thereof) that has been prevalent in the EU for sometime. This can lead to nowhere good. You see Islam does not tolerate other religions and well India is about 80% Hindu and 14% Islam with a mix of a bunch of other things. 14% sounds about exactly where Islam wants to be to start the jihadist takeover. You see, they always want to have enough to do terrorist operations, but never enough for pitched battles. They also can easily run to Pakistan to hide which is something terrorists love to do..lob some bombs and run like hell, preferably to a civilian population center. India also has to deal with the Kashmir situation. Kashmir is an area that has been under dispute between India and Pakistan for sometime. This is perfect for the jihadist..a place of some racial strife to drive the wedge. India's response to this makes perfect sense. Ban bloggers! They are pissing off muslims and we might lose more of our trains! Vishnu no! How will we continue our exportation of cab drivers and Dunkin Donut's owners if we do not have our trains running? For a nation that is such a hub of technology it's pretty damn stupid at times. If you want to help out the blogosphere contact the Indian Embassy here and either ask them to ban me or release the ban on these 17 bloggers!
More on South America
"The different branches of government appear to have a strategy to weaken the work of the independent press," IAPA President Diana Daniels of The Washington Post Co., told a press conference. "We are worried that, far from improving press conditions in the country, freedom could be further restricted before and after the election."And this.
Criminal investigations involving several Venezuelan journalists _ most of them outspoken Chavez critics _ seem aimed at intimidating the media, said Marroquin, publisher of Prensa Libre of Guatemala.This is especially concerning with Presidential elections coming up and America's focus turned towards North Korea and the middle east. This is an area along with Somalia that we must not lose focus on. We are in a world war that has many fronts.
More on Ahmedinejad end of times beliefs
Here's what is making me ask that question.
And of course, Ahmadinejad's response is:
This really shouldn't suprise anyone with internet access and the knowledge on how to work a search engine. Ahmadinejad's a crazy mfer. See I read a lot of blogs and have heard a lot of liberals etc. talking about Bush being some sort of religous zealot and well I wanted to do some research on zealots and such stuff. Seems Ahmadinejad is a firm believer in something called the "12th Imam".
But hey, we're a country founded on freedom of religion etc. so let the guy believe what he wants right? Sure he is, but lets look at some of his other crazy ideas.
See what we have here is a failure to have brain cells communicate on this continent. This man is Hitler in a turban, but instead of U2 boats he has or soon will nukes. He also is a believer that he can usher in the return of one of his religions prophets if he brings chaos to the world! Ya know, we here tolerate alot of crazy people, and in some cases even vote them into office, but this is kind of too far for even us isn't it? Let's be realistic, all this guy has to do to start a massive war is lob a few missles at Israel and no amount of foreign aid from us to them will stop a yiddish shitstorm of retaliation! Arabic DisneyWorld anyone? Plenty of parking on the glass parking lots! E rides come with their own hazmat suits! Perhaps this might be a good time to "ahem" dispose of some of our nuclear material, how about here? http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?ad
I think what really burns me up is that you never see the MSM talk about this guys wacky leanings or beliefs? It's all "negotiations continue with Iran" and not "The world continues therapy sessions for the wack job out in the dessert". We need to realize the oceans doesn't protect us anymore and we need to break out the STFU stick on some people. We can surely tolerate wackjobs leading countries..but cmon folks, can we tolerate them having nukes too?
Yeah, was a touch long winded then, but thought all the links needed to be in there for background info. Now what we are seeing is more proof that Ahmedinejad's religous beliefs are directly guiding much of the chaos going on today. Look at this post from Atlas of AtlasShrugs (one of the babes of the blogosphere imo).
President Ahmadinejad has refused so far to respond to proposals from the U.S., EU, Russia and China on the UN Security Council to cease Iran's relentless quest for nuclear enrichment and weapons development program until August 22nd. Why August 22nd? Because August 22nd, coincides with the Islamic date of Rajab 28, the day the great Salah El-Din conquered Jerusalem.Now I don't know the Islamic calendar, so I hope for minds wiser then mine to confirm that, but it does make sense to me. Utilize Occam's Razor (Entities should not be multiplied unnecessarily) here, and follow the most direct line of thought. Also look at this post by Iraq The Model (excellent blog from an Iraq viewpoint) about Sadr and what is going on in Iraq right now.
I'm not going to claim I know exactly what Hizbollah's or Hamas's hidden motives are because I don't live there but I know about those of the regime in Iran and its arm in Iraq; both Ahmedinejad and Sadr are devout believers in the 'Savior Imam' of Shia Islam who is the 12th grandson of prophet Mohammed, also known by the name 'Imam Mehdi' hence the name of Sadr's militias 'the Mehdi Army'.I think more of the world needs to understand what we are dealing with in Iran. There has to be a shift in diplomatic strategy and negotiations. I hope that the State Department is fully aware of not only Ahmedinejad's religous beliefs but the dates that go with it and who else is also a believer in that strain of Islam.
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Hezbollah, Israel etc
Go back to just before the IDF Lebanon jackhammer operation started and what was going on? You had the NoKor's shooting missles, and Israel slapping the Palestinians around for their latest aggressions. There also was an upcoming G8 meeting to discuss a unified approach to Iran. This was not something that Iran really wanted to happen, so Iran through Syria, had Hezbollah do a little "attention getting". I think at this point, it's important to remember that Israel really didn't want to go back into Lebanon, at all. They went down that road before and it wasn't something they wanted to do again. Iran knew this, and history of the last 6 years pretty much backed it up between their pulling out of there 6 years ago and the fact that recently (Shalit situation, not withstanding), they've had a policy of compromise and not retaliation. This time was different though.
My personal opinion, is that Ohlmert called the White House and asked Bush what he wanted done, realizing that the hand of Iran and Syria were behind it and knowing that there was a large consensus about the growing potential threat of a nuclear Iran. Rather then pushing "restraint" like so many times before (by Bush and previous Presidents), it appears that Bush said have at 'em. The timing of this is funny, since Time magazine just came out with a story about the end of "cowboy diplomacy".
To put it in chess terms, the King (Iran) and Queen (Syria) sent their pawn (hezbollah) out into the middle of the chessboard with very little protection, expecting them to hold the middle (attention of the world) for just a short time. Bush realizing this decided to use his Knight (Israel, they can't be called anyone's pawn, not with the 4th largest military in the world) to smash the pawn and a few other pawns. They also succesfully took over the center of the board. Here's where I think you see the rest of the world deciding to let this play out. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Jordan condemned Hezbollah attacks (not mentioning them by name, but you got their point). Russia and even France signed onto the G8 statement condemning Hezbollah's attacks, demanding the release of the Israeli soldiers, the right of Israel to defend itself, AND the enforcement of UN resolution 1559.
It seems to me, that Israel has been told "we got your back, just don't hit Syria or Iran yet". Chess terms, don't send your knight too deep into enemy territory. What will be important is this, will Israel (knight) be given the time to eliminate/disarm Hezbollah and Hamas (pawns). There are also a few other interesting points here. The government of Lebanon has had 6 years to disarm Hezbollah, but hasn't. Could this be a reminder to other nations that passively allow terrorist groups to operate there that is or can be an accountability for it? In addition, if Israel is given time, this could seriously weaken the standing of Iran in the muslim world. Right now the Sunni's and Wahabbi's are watching. IF Bush and Ohlmert can "clear the field of pawns" it will send a message that Iran is not the "middle eastern power" they claim to be. North Korea is watching also, gauging the world's resolve and thinking about how Japan could be the next knight America uses. The chess player in Iran, has subtly threatened to use some of his other pawn's, the Iranian based Hezbollah.
Monday, July 17, 2006
Rally's over the Israel-HizIRANSYRIAbollah war
Atlas Shrugs was at the one today in NYC. Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel thanked God Bush was in the White House. She has video and even made it onto Rush Limbaugh's show here.
And now for the other side from the peaceniks in *drum roll* Berlin.
Thousands demonstrate in support of Israel in front of UN headquarters in New York, but in Berlin more than 1,000 Lebanese, Palestinians chant ‘death to Israel, while some carry placards bearing the image of Hizbullah leader Hassan NasrallahAnd of course everyones favorite soon to be glowing green nutcase chimes in with this.
"The Zionists think that they are victims of Hitler, but they act like Hitler and behave worse than Genghis Khan," Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Sunday. He was quoted by the Iranian News AgencyNow of course, since Ahmadalingadingdong says that the holocaust never happened and Hitler did nothing, does that mean he thinks that the Israeli's have done nothing wrong? On a side note, since Ahmadinejad is Shia muslim, I would love if some photoshop pro would take a picture of him and place a chia pet on his head with a star of david leaking on him and send it to me! Sha sha sha shia!
What I have been seeing the most of is Olmert saying 3 conditions must be met for a cease fire:
- Return of all kidnapped soldiers.
- Stopping of rocket fire from southern lebanon
- UN resolution 1559 being enforced. That's the one with the disarming of Hezbollah and the Lebanese army on the southern border.
I look at Egypt as an example. There has been not only peace between Egypt and Israel but real commerce that benefits both sides since Egypt's acknowledgement of Israel in the Camp David Accords. Look at Article III of the those accords.
They recognize and will respect each other's sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence;
They recognize and will respect each other's right to live in peace within their secure and recognized boundaries;
They will refrain from the threat or use of force, directly or indirectly, against each other and will settle all disputes between them by peaceful means.
Each Party undertakes to ensure that acts or threats of belligerency, hostility, or violence do not originate from and are not committed from within its territory, or by any forces subject to its control or by any other forces stationed on its territory , against the population, citizens or property of the other Party. Each Party also undertakes to refrain from organizing, instigating, inciting, assisting or participating in acts or threats of belligerency, hostility, subversion or violence against the other Party, anywhere, and undertakes to ensure that perpetrators of such acts are brought to justice.This also should be mandatory for any agreement with Lebanon or Palestine. It's about responsibility for actions that occur within your borders. A change in diplomatic actions like this won't happen overnight but if Israel pushes now it can happen. You can see the potential for it there now.
The Saudis and Egypt (among others) have come out and condemn Hizbollah's actions. This is HUGE and it is something that needs to be capitalized on. There is some small signs of a schism between Sunni and Shia muslims and it must be utilized for peace. The Arab nations that have condemned Hizbollah must now be pressured to restore regular diplomatic ties with Israel. The message would be huge and it would also be a postive sign that not all Arab countries are full of terrorists who want to destroy peace. Will it all happen, no of course it won't, at least not now, but if you had asked me last year if Egypt and Saudi Arabia would condemn Hizbollah for attacking Israel I would of laughed at you. So there's always hope.
Sunday, July 16, 2006
Israel vs. Lebanon and Pali, and Iran and Syria and ...
Everyone is saying how the kidnapping of those soldiers are what started this, but I think we have to look deeper. The actuality, as most people know are that the Arab's don't even acknowledge the existence of Israel. That's right folks, Hezbollah and Hamas are fighting apparations. That must be why, in 1967, the Israeli's fought a war on 3 fronts and kicked the collective butts of every military in the region at one time!
Now think about this, the terroristic Arabs, as well as the governments (there is a difference between the 2 albeit small) don't even refer to Israel as Israel, but rather as "Zionist Regime" or something close to that. Egypt might be the only one that even says Israel IS REAL (yeah it's a play on words). Now all these people are running around saying that Israel should "use restraint" or "control their temper" or some such nonsense. However, I have to ask you, should you show restraint and consideration for people who won't acknowledge your basic right to live/breath etc? Israel should just say to it's critics, especially in the middle east "we don't exist, so these bombs aren't real, nothing to see here move along".
Now think about this, if someone you worked with, decidedly that you didn't exist, only referred to you as "that guy in cubicle A", and went around telling everyone that they "wanted to push you and yer cubicle out the window". Then this person started getting people on your floor to start agreeing with them, or at least not condemning them for their statements, would you show "restrain" or would you raise your voice just a little? When they came and started shoving the walls of your cubicle towards the window...would you shove back some? Damn straight you would, yelling the whole that it was your stapler!
Substitute stapler for soldiers, cubicle for land, and window for ocean and you have what Israel is going through. They are not fighting for just their soldiers (though you have to love any country that will raise hell for even one of it's son's), they are fighting for their lives, for the existence. Quite frankly, I think they are just severely pissed off at continously being told they really "don't exist". Methinks Olhmert is saying "Won't acknowledge our existence eh?, then whats causing your bridges to blow up? Wasn't us, we don't exist!". Olhmert claims to be a Menachem Begin disciple, wonder if he's been thinking of some of Begin's speeches. (hat tip to Daniel Pipes for the quotes).
"Our right to exist - have you ever heard of such a thing?" he declared, passion creeping into his voice. "Would it enter the mind of any Briton or Frenchman, Belgian or Dutchman, Hungarian or Bulgarian, Russian or American, to request for its people recognition of its right to exist?"..."Mr. Speaker: We were granted our right to exist by the God of our fathers at the glimmer of the dawn of human civilization four thousand years ago. Hence, the Jewish people have an historic, eternal and inalienable right to exist in this land, Eretz Yisrael, the land of our forefathers. We need nobody's recognition in asserting this inalienable right. And for this inalienable right, which has been sanctified in Jewish blood from generation to generation, we have paid a price unexampled in the annals of nations.""Mr. Speaker: From the Knesset of Israel, I say to the world, our very existence per se is our right to exist!"Everyone should ask themselves, "How would we act, if all of our neighbors told us that we did not have a right to simply exist?". When you ask yourselves that question, you get a much better appreciation of what Israel has been going through and an understanding of their response.
Something decent on youtube
I'm happy to be here, and I'm happy to be fighting Liberal stupidity on a daily basis. I'm 1/2 Ionian Greek, 1/2 Anglo/Georgia girl with some percentage of Spanish/Cuban and 100% dedicated to threatsYeah she's cute and I know I have a thing for good looking conservative women (Atlas Shrugs, Michele Malkin, Blonde Sagacity) who don't wear burka's so shoot me. This is my first blog taking some stuff from youtube, so I hope it works right, there's a few other people there that are pretty good, as I find more I'll share them with the 4 of ya's that come here.
Saturday, July 15, 2006
I Have A Plan To Destroy America
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