Tuesday, March 29, 2005


Once again I pick out what I think are my best posts for the week:

On Dissecting Leftism I show that Hitler's Nazism was a popular, working-class movement and that it was Green/Left, not "Rightist"

On Political Correctness Watch I point to evidence that multiculturalism has destroyed Britain's sense of community

On Greenie Watch I note that the huge advantages of biotechnology have mostly been destroyed by ignorant politics

On Gun Watch I suggest that the solution to school shootings is to arm the teachers

On Education Watch I note how desperate parents are to escape Los Angeles public schools

On Socialized Medicine I note how a public hospital had a transplant donor for a boy with kidney failure but put off the operation for 3 years -- until the boy died

On A Scripture Blog I looked at what happens to the earth after the day of judgment

On Leftists as Elitists I give some examples of the sheer stupidity of Gore Vidal

On Blogger News I ask how important is culture?

On Majority Rights I reproduce a rave about how gutless are the British Conservative party



French corruption again: "The latest corruption trial of the French president's cronies leaves the public shaking their heads, yet again. It is a case of deja vu for millions of French people: forty-seven politicians and other officials are on trial this week over a vast kickback scheme. For several years in the early 1990s, construction companies are said to have paid 90 million euros ($116 million) in bribes, swelling the coffers of political parties. Their reward: contracts to build and maintain secondary schools in the Paris area. And yet again, the trials involve President Chirac when he served as mayor of Paris and his allies"

Albanians show up other Europeans: "The announcement several days ago Albania -- a small country with limited resources -- was sending an additional 50 well-trained troops to Iraq came as a surprise to some observers. But it really should not have surprised anyone. Albania was one of only four countries to send combat troops during the operation "Iraqi Freedom." Albania is probably the most pro-American country on Earth. It showed its support of the United States early, when it initially sent 70 commandos to join the Coalition of the Willing's effort to bring peace, stability and free elections to Iraq. These new troops bring to a total of 120 Albanian soldiers serving in Iraq..... "We Albanians are a nation of freedom fighters who know something about living under oppression," Albanian Prime Minister Fatos Nano wrote in a letter to President Bush. "That is why we wholeheartedly support the American-led effort to free the people of Iraq. And though we are a small country with a small military, we are proud to stand side by side with our allies in the fight to end the reign of terror in Baghdad.""

There is an article here which argues that it is Europe's abandonment of religion that is causing their birthrate to plunge so dramatically -- to the point where the population of many European countries will as much as halve only two or three decades from now.

A summary of the latest Democrat document forgery here -- a supposedly Republican memo about Terri Schiavo

There is an article here about the very fragile human rights situation in Cuba today.

This should freak the Leftists: "Christian conservative leaders from scores of Ohio's fastest growing churches are mounting a campaign to win control of local government posts and Republican organizations, starting with the 2006 governor's race. In a manifesto that is being circulated among church leaders and on the Internet, the group, which is called the Ohio Restoration Project, is planning to mobilize 2,000 evangelical, Baptist, Pentecostal and Roman Catholic leaders in a network of so-called Patriot Pastors to register half a million new voters, enlist activists, train candidates and endorse conservative causes in the next year. The initial goal is to elect Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell, a conservative Republican, governor in 2006" [And wait for the Leftists to call Blackwell an "Uncle Tom"]

Amazing! Bureaucracy doesn't reduce crime "The [U.K.] government has failed to reduce violent crime despite its pledges to tackle the problem, according to the last set of crime statistics likely to be released before the election. Home Office figures, due to be published next month, are expected to show that offences such as assaults and wounding increased by 8% in England and Wales last year. In some areas police recorded a 30% rise in personal violence. Police say the increase has been caused by binge drinking and a shortage of officers to patrol the streets because constables are tied up with duties such as form-filling, inflicted on them by the government... "As soon as the government says `We want to measure something' I have got to get somebody to fill a form or sit at a computer screen so it can be measured," said one senior officer in Lancashire, where there was a 20% rise in violent crime. "If we measured less and there was not so much excessive bureaucracy we could have more people on the street fighting crime".



That power only, not principles, is what matters to Leftist movers and shakers is perfectly shown by the 2004 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.

Leftist ideologues 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 and can con "the masses" into giving them power.

The Big Lie of the late 20th century was that Nazism was Rightist. It was in fact typical of the Leftism of its day. It was only to the Right of Stalin's Communism. The very word "Nazi" is a German abbreviation for "National Socialist"

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