Archive for July, 2006

Guard the Borders Blogburst

Monday, July 31st, 2006

The North American Union, SPP, and NASCO: Erasing America’s Borders
By Heidi at Euphoric Reality

Our government has undertaken some monumental legislation that fully impacts the American way of life, our freedom, and our sovereignty. The purpose of such legislation is to homogenize Canada, Mexico, and the United States into a North American Union – and we’re all going to sleep through it.


A MusT VieW

Monday, July 31st, 2006

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Us and TheM

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

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“We weren’t ready for this. I don’t think it has sunk in yet for anyone. Any minute it’s all going to pour out. You see a friend of yours blown to bits. It’s the worst feeling you can imagine. I can’t understand why a 20-year old has to see something like that,” he said. “What happens up there is not human, you can’t describe it.”

Israeli soldiers deal with grief, trauma continues..

But Sgt. Ron Yehushua, 21, of Jerusalem, said there were moments of beauty in war, too.

Despite the brutal carnage he witnessed, he said the image etched most deeply in his mind was that of the Lebanese family he encountered in the midst of battle. He said he shared some of the little food he had with them and handed a young girl a piece of candy.

“That’s the bravest thing I did,” he said. “I was afraid that in war people lose their humanity, that they become bad. I will carry that memory with me because it reminded me that I am human, and that I am fighting for peace.”

Picture a Hezbullahbullah soldier doing that…Nah..don’t bother.
Never happen.

To the Israel and America BasherS

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

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Dozens Killed by Israeli strike..Blah blah blah.

“According to the officer, the IDF issued a severe warning to the village residents, as well as to residents of other villages in the area, that they must leave the place due to the activities of terrorists in the area and the fact that fact that the IDF was operating there.
Lebanon: Dozens killed in IDF strike

The officer explained that “also yesterday (Saturday) rockets were launched at Kiryat Shmona, Ma’a lot, Afula and other areas. We are only striking areas from which rockets are being fired, and the building struck this morning was close to an area where there was an attempt to launch Katyusha at Israel.”

“On a regular basis terrorists tend to run dozens of meters into the building, sometimes with the launchers themselves, and hide there,” he said.”

“We followed the operation regime in the village and it seemed abandoned by civilians, so the strikes are carried out there, not against the village itself but against the terror centers,” he said.”

What part of LEAVE don’t these people understand?
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Don’t kid yourselves my friends.

And now…(drum roll please)..for the convenient media omission of the DAY!..from Woman Honor Thyself.

Heavy launching of rockets into Israel took place from the vicinity of that very same demolished building. The terrorists have been seen taking shelter in that building after launching the rockets.

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Let us do the Math.
You launch from a village.
You endanger the village.

I’ll let y’all in on a well kept secret my friends.
Many of these so called “civilians” actively assist Hezbullahbullah by providing food, shelter, and of course human shielding.

Mosques, schools, and even hospitals have been and are still utilized as weapons caches and fighting outposts…which incidentally makes them “accessories” not victims. But’s just semantics right?

UNlike the A-rabs, the IDF had the humanity to say “GET OUT.”
Yet, They stay..with babes in arms.

Well guess what?

Their blood is on their own heads.

Linked to these fine posts:
TMH’sBaconBits , TheAmboyTimes, ABFreedom has updates on the story..Hmmm. as does the one and only MYRepublicanBlog

SelectivE TearS

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

“Righteous who cry for ruins of Hiz-bullah building remain silent over destruction in Haifa..

Knights of double standard continues…

There are situations in which the moral dilemma, as difficult and painful as it may be, demands a decision. In real moral dilemmas there is no easy decision, there is no-good decision….

The fundamental dilemma is simple and definitive: Is it right to pay a massive price, in blood and money, in order to be the most moral while the enemy and its supporters don’t give a damn about morality considerations? ….”

Double Standards…yup.
Ah yes the media wailing and moaning about the “suffering and carnage” in ole Lebanon without so much as a peep about Karne Shomron or Haifa.

Oh. Perhaps you haven’t heard..about the THOUSANDS of katyushas that land in northern Israel, wounding and killing innocent residents and demolishing their homes and lives.

And, now the..ahem… poor, helpless A-rabs hiding behind their own women and children get to taste their own Rx eh?..Guess they’re not savoring the taste are they.

Hey I have novel idea…..for those who insist on reporting and endlessly whining about the poor Lebanese…..convey this message:

Next time think twice before you um…start a war! hello ani.gif

The Ha-q Shock

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

Part 2:

O.K. sweet readers..All together now:

Ha-q was troubled but showed no hint of fanaticism

Friends Had No Idea He Was Violent

“Those who knew Ha-q best described him Saturday as a drifting, sad and mentally troubled figure who was a source of worry and embarrassment for his parents, but not anybody’s idea of a political or religious zealot inclined toward violence. Ha-q is accused of using two semi-automatic handguns to unload a barrage of bullets inside the offices of the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle.

The official police report, released Saturday and based on interviews with witnesses in the office and on the transcript of the 911 call, quoted Ha-q as saying: “I’m not upset at you people; I’m upset at your foreign policy. These are Jews, and I’m tired of getting pushed around and our people getting pushed around by the situation in the Middle East.”

Then he repeated his name and gave his Social Security number, adding: “I just want us to get out of Iraq. I’m an American too, but I want our people out of Iraq.”

Law enforcement authorities, Ha-q’s friends and his parents’ friends all said Saturday that Ha-q’s inner motivations remained a mystery. Some speculated he might have sought to cloak an animus toward women by acting as a self-appointed warrior against Israel or against Jews.”

Yea. Quite a shocker eh?
Animus toward women?
Baseless hatred toward Jooooooooos?
Animosity toward America?

How unlikely for a Muzlim eh?…Yes. quite the shocker.
Linked to these fine posts:
RightNation,SamanthaBurns, thirdworldcounty helps us find our way.

Civilian DeathS at HomE

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

“SEATTLE – The man suspected in a fatal shooting rampage hid behind a potted plant in a Jewish charity’s foyer and forced his way through a security door by holding a gun to a 13-year-old girl’s head, the police chief said Saturday.

Once inside, police say, Nav-eed Af-zal H-aq opened fire with two semiautomatic pistols. One woman, Pam Waechter, 58, of Seattle was killed at the scene. Five more women were wounded…

Police: Seattle shooting suspect ambushed teen
Mus-lim man held on $50 million bail after deadly attack on Jewish center

Oh. Another “warrior” for the “Cause” eh?
Needless to say, we dare not suggest that Muzlims should be monitored or that perhaps special scrutiny should be placed on them, do we?

So this ahem…man saunters into a Jewish charity’s foyer, and once inside, opens fire with two semiautomatic pistols……..because he claims..he was “angered by the war in Iraq and U.S. military cooperation with Israel.”

He then proceeds to shoot at innocent women, one of them, pregnant…….Wow, I guess thats whats considered a military victory eh?

What’s next……..hospitals?, homeless shelters?..oh..maybe elementary schools where all the dangerous enemies lurk eh?

But please, whatever you do…………don’t profile people k?

Tell that to the families of the wounded women: Cheryl Stumbo, 43; Layla Bush, 23; and Carol Goldman, 35, all of Seattle; and Christina Rexroad, and to the loved ones of the 13-year-old girl taken hostage at the beginning of the melee.

But most of all………look into the eyes of the family of Pam Waechter, 58 years old, of Seattle who was killed at the scene.

Tell them about the “unfairness” of racial profiling.
I dare you.

Linked to these fine posts:

PartisanTimes has a scathing look at the recent Muzlim terror, LittleMissChatterbox, 123beta,
SocialSensehas a brilliant overview of our situation.
LinknZona has a must read on political correctness., PlancksConstanthas the latest on this cold blooded killing.

Blogs of Summer

Saturday, July 29th, 2006

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YAY!… I won I won!…lol
Anyone care to write my acceptance speech for me?

Thanks to all who took the time to vote for me too! sweet!

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Open Trackback Weekend to PondeR

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

There came a time when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.
Anais Nin

One doesn’t discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time.
Andre Gide

It doesn’t work to leap a twenty-foot chasm in two ten-foot jumps.


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Stop the ACLU Blogburst

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

by: Jay
Well it comes at no surprise to us at Stop The ACLU and Wide Awakes Radio that the American Civil Liberties Union is opposed to passage of H.R. 2679, the Public _Expression of Religion Act of 2005.

A review of the bill is as follows:

PERA would eliminate the ability for judges to award attorney’s fees compensation to groups like the ACLU in Establishment Clause cases only. These fees where originally authorized by CONGRESS so that good attorneys wouldn’t be dissuaded from accepting civil rights cases pro bono.