Friday, January 28, 2005


What an insult! "On a day where the 1,5 million victims of the Nazi terror in the Auschwitz concentration camp are remembered, some German left-wing media stress the connection to - Guantánamo Bay and Abu Ghraib, where on November 9, 2003, former employees of Saddam Hussein had the misfortunes of being mistreated by a few U.S. guards.... How things have changed. In the post-war past in Germany, the Right wanted to minimize the atrocities committed in the concentration camps in the name of Germany. Now the Left - in their never ending desire to smear the current U.S. administration - minimizes the image of the holocaust by comparing the years-long gassing of millions of jews in Nazi Germany to the mistreatment of a limited number of Iraqis on just one day or on a couple of days. And this comparison (1, 2) has already become something of a tradition in the German media".

The Australian influence on Britain seems to be ever-growing. Not only do Brits now drink as much Australian wine as French but London's The Times is even using Australian slang ("Pommy sheila") in its headlines. One day Britain's Michael Howard (Tory leader) might even learn from Australia's John Howard.

Anti-Christian fanatics: "If the activists are trembling, the pundits are exploding. For example, professor David Domke is fond of counting the number of times Bush has invoked God in his speeches, and is now worried that the president sees himself as `a prophetic spokesman for God.' Similarly, Ellis Henican of Newsday believes `The Party of God is now fully in charge,' contending that Bush `considers himself as God's own prophet.' Boston University professor Stephen Prothero is hyperventilating over his hunch that we now have `a Jesus lover in the Oval Office.' Professor William Cook at the University of La Verne says Bush's supporters believe they have a `divinely anointed Emperor' in charge. And author Abid Ullah Jan goes one better, saying that Bush `has assumed the role of the first in the new line of corrupt popes.'

Dutch kooks: "A bank robber has been allowed to claim the cost of a pistol used in a hold-up as a legitimate business expense. A Dutch court has permitted the 46-year-old man to set the 2000 Euro ($3400) cost of the gun against his gross proceeds of 6750 Euros, gained during his raid on a bank in the southern town of Chaam. The judge at Breda Criminal Court duly reduced his fine by the same amount, while sentencing him to four years in jail."

TV biased against religion: "Today the Parents Television Council (PTC), the nation's most influential advocacy organization protecting children against sex, violence and profanity in entertainment, in conjunction with the National Religious Broadcasters, released the results of a new study entitled Faith in a Box: Entertainment Television and Religion. The study found that television's treatment of religion has become increasingly negative and doesn't reflect the viewpoints of a majority of Americans. The study also found that NBC by far leads the other major networks in terms of the number of negative depictions of faith".

What complete and utter ignorance of the American founders! "At the first inauguration of a president, in 1789, George Washington wanted to wear a suit covered in gold leaf with a special cape, and ride to the ceremony on a white horse escorted by an honour guard on white horses. Like a coronation". Prof. Bunyip pisses all over the ignoramus who wrote it.

Jonathan Gurwitz asks where are the Leftist "human shields" now that Iraqi polling places face bombings from the Islamofascists? Could it be that they really know that the Islamofascists are ruthless butchers?

This story of how some of the world's most famous organizations cannot get their software to work even after spending hundreds of millions on it should in a fair world engender a lot of respect for Microsoft. There are some similar awful examples from Australia, too -- including the software that was supposed to work our new submarines.

Carnival of the Vanities is up again with a big range of select reading.

Nathan Tabor argues that there should be more promotion of adoption as an alternative to abortion.

My latest posting on MarxWords shows that Marx despised Jews but still sought money from them. My latest posting on "A scripture blog" looks at John 1:3 "Without him was not anything made that was made".



That power only, not principles, is what matters to Leftists is perfectly shown by the Kerry campaign. They put up a man whose policies seemed to be 99% the same as George Bush's even though the Left have previously disagreed violently with those policies. "Whatever it takes" is their rule.

Leftists are phonies. For most of them all that they want is to sound good. They don't care about doing good. That's why they do so much harm. They don't really care what the results of their policies are as long as they are seen as having good intentions.

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