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Thursday, August 31, 2006

Good versus Evil: Harper Gets It

Thomas Walkom gives us a revealing (yet ultimately wrong) insight into Stephen Harper's stance on Israel.

It would seem that Prime Minister Harper understands that there is 'Good' and there is 'Evil'.

This is an uncomfortable position for Mr Walkom. Whether it is emanates from a feeling of guilt that our Western Society is so much more affluent than the rest of the world, the belief that there are two sides to every argument, the repulsion of the presumed 'religious' association with the terms 'Good' and 'Evil', or an overwhelming disdain for all things Western (American), Walkom (as with Moonbats in general) is uncomfortable with a moral stance.

For the Moonbat terms like 'Good' and 'Evil' are relative. In other words, there is no such thing as 'Good' or 'Evil' because nobody can stand in judgment of another.

What is 'Evil'?

In Canadianna's excellent piece, 'Hezbollah Are People Too' the author states:

"...Evil is pure immorality (cruelty, violence, ruthless, savagery, depravity, absence of sympathy). It isn't by accident, or without forethought. Evil is repetitive, sustained immorality by choice..."

Not only is it possible to determine 'Good' and 'Evil': it is also critical. Without making this determination we are left in a moral quagmire. We are then forced to react in proportion to acts of terror. After all, in the Moonbat world of moral equivalence, we are only as good as the terrorists and any 'over-response' only legitimizes the initial act of terrorism.

This is why the Moonbats were so quick to rage about Israel's supposed lack of 'proportionality' in the recent Lebanese-Israeli conflict. They were unwilling to accept the obvious. They were unwilling to accept that Israel was at a war with an Evil terrorist organisation bent on the eradication of the Israeli state.

But there is positive news: we are the 'Good' guys.

No that doesn't mean we are perfect. However, what it does mean is that when we are confronted with Evil we should not worry about 'proportionality'. What we should worry about is using our full capability to eradicate those who would be so willing to eradicate us.


Tuesday, August 29, 2006

A Method to the Madness

Niall Ferguson writes an excellent piece on what the recently arrested terrorists wanted to accomplish:


Political Masochism Hezbollah Style

Canadian Liberal MP Borys Wrzesnewskyj resigns his post as deputy foreign affairs critic after suggesting Canada enter dialogue with Hezbollah.

Why are so many politicians failing to understand that we are at war with Islamo-Fascist terrorists?


Tuesday, August 22, 2006

When in India - Don't Eat Here

A chain of restaurants named after Adolf Hitler?

What next?


France: No Shock little Awe

Cottshop sums up the French 'Peace Keeping' effort in Lebanon:


Sunday, August 13, 2006

Death of a Moonbat

Angelo Frammartino was a 24 year old Italian member of ARCI. He was killed in Jerusalem's Arab district in the east of the city on Thursday by Palestinian youths who mistook him for a Jew.

Angelo was described in the press as a Pacificist, Peace Activist and Communist who also supported the intifada.

Before he left for Italy Mr Frammartino stated, "I never dreamt of condemning the resistance, the blood of the Vietnamese, the blood of nations under colonial occupation, or the blood of Palestinian youths from the first intifada."

Excuse me? A 'Peace Activist' who supports the intifada: murder by organised terrorism.

It's a shame that a taste of his own medicine left Mr Frammartino in the way the intifada has left so many: dead in the street.

It's also extremely ironic.


Thursday, August 10, 2006

Dear Moonbat

All we are saying is, give war a chance.

Not that I am bloodthirsty, far from it. It's just that a cessation of violence would only give Hezbollah a chance to re-arm and we would be right back here in 6 months time. Churchill didn't give Hitler a chance to re-arm. Do you think that would have been a wise move?

I don't.

I know there are legions of anti-American and anti-Israeli Moonbats. But this isn't a case where the masses are right. Even Hitler won a popular election - did that make him 'right'?

Sometimes common sense has to rein supreme - even if it bucks the popular trend. As a friend of mine reminded me 'it only takes one person to make a difference'.

I wonder that if the unbalanced journalism of today existed during the Second World War would Hitler not have won. During the Blitz a similar number of bombs that struck London in 1940 have been fired during this campaign at Northern Israel. Unlike Olmert, Churchill did not have to concern himself with press editorial. What he worried about was winning the War against an evil despot. Do you know that about 300,000 Germans died in Dresden?

Quick: dig up Churchill - he's a war criminal!

Uhhh sure!

Assume as well as a Moonbat you are Jew or for even more fun Gay or how about a Gypsy. Do you think the Brown-shirts would have spared you their campaign of extermination?

Think again.

Hezbollah's stated goal is the destruction of Israel. Hamas has trumped this by stating that they, given the opportunity, will kill all the Jews living in the Occupied lands: Israel.

But never mind. Give peace a chance. Break out the Woodstock CDs. Read the Guardian. Wear a cool shirt. Hug a few trees. Whatever makes you feel morally superior.


9/11: Popular Mechanics vs Moonbat Mythology

If you haven't read this well you really should.


Sunday, August 06, 2006

The Passion of the Mel

By now you have already heard about Mel Gibson’s anti-Semitic outburst.

Shameful? Yes.

A cry for help? Probably.

What is more shameful is the two-faced people who pretend to be outraged by Mel’s anti-Semitism but are at the same time outraged by Israel defending itself against state-sponsored terrorist actors. Terrorists that aim to bring about the destruction of the worlds only predominantly Jewish nation.


Saturday, July 29, 2006

Why Do Radical Muslims Want To Kill Us?

And why is there so little recogntion that we are in a Global War on Terrorism?