Sunday, July 30, 2006

Thought for the Day

I was reading a thread over at LGF when the thought occurred to me:

Islam is not submisssion.

Islam is in fact systematic and nihilistic agression against Humanity and all aspects of Human life.

What are your questions on this block of instruction?

Friday, July 28, 2006

Someone Else's Thought For The Day

Yes, I am a heartless bastard. So sue me.

-- Emperor Darth Misha I

Better to be a heartless son-of-a-bitch who harms no one then to be a bleeding heart compassionate person who thwarts justice or unleashes destruction upon the innocent.

What are your questions on this block of instruction?

Thursday, July 27, 2006

Someone Else's Thought For The Day

It's actually the thought of a fictional character in a short story that I'm in the process of writing:

We tell ourselves that we send out our warriors not to die but to fight and win, but the fact of the matter is that some of them will die.

-- Dennis Aella Sterling, Nineteenth Emperor of the Flag, Forty-forth Emperor of the Third Imperium.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled reality.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Today in Pizzaland

So I walk into the Pizza Hut this morning and the shift manager had the local Radio Pravda Air America station on the radio. I asked him why and he said that he wanted something different on.

I said that difference can be nice but it shouldn't be toxic.

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Quote of the Day

It is in the nature of Stalinism for its adherents to make a certain kind of lying – and not only to others but first of all to themselves – a fundamental part of their lives. It is always a mistake to assume that Stalinists do not know the truth about the political reality they espouse. If they don’t know the truth (or all of it) one day, they know it the next, and it makes absolutely no difference to them politically. For their loyalty is to something other than the truth. And no historical enormity is so great, no personal humiliation or betrayal so extreme, no crime so heinous that it cannot be assimilated into the ‘ideals’ that govern the Stalinist mind, which is impervious alike to documentary evidence and moral discrimination.

-– Hilton Kramer

That a leftist will speak or write a falsehood is as metaphysically certain as the rising of the Sun in the morning.

HT to David Horowitz

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Quote of the Day

”I have big teeth. I lisp. My eyes disappear when I smile. My voice is funny. I don’t sing like Judy Garland. I don’t dance like Cyd Charisse. But women identify with me. And while men desire Cyd Charisse, they’d take me home to meet mom.”

-- June Allyson

Rest in peace.

Saturday, July 08, 2006

A Blast From The Past

Wretchard at The Belmont Club shows us an example of courage:

Jose Abad Santos was 56 years old in 1942, a vigorous age, and we meet him far from the capital of Manila "traveling somewhere around Carcar, Cebu, with his son, Jose Jr., Colonel Valeriano of the Philippine Constabulary, and some enlisted men". This incident is extremely suggestive. Rather than wait in Manila to meet and negotiate with the Japanese, the Chief Justice is encountered doing the rounds in uncaptured territory, "unaware that the enemy had landed in the vicinity". Given his military entourage; the fact his capture occurred before Wainright's final surrender in Corregidor, and Cebu's proximity to Mindanao I think probability is that Abad Santos was setting up resistance cells when he was surprised by the Japanese.

The Japanese must have understood this immediately. "For almost 20 days, he was subjected to grueling and mortifying inquisition. The exact nature of the investigation is still shrouded in secrecy." There is evidence that the Japanese were primarily interested in operational intelligence, rather than political cooperation, from Abad Santos. "Previously, however, he had been asked to contact General Roxas somewhere in Mindanao who up to that time had not yet surrendered. In all probability, the Japanese wanted him to induce General Roxas to surrender."

Probably the only thing that kept the Japanese from killing and torturing Abad Santos outright was his possible utility as a collaborationist figurehead. Abad Santos knew it and played the card immediately by identifying himself as the Chief Justice. It kept him alive for three weeks. Why then did the Japanese decide to shoot him on the day after Corregidor surrendered? The only answer I can come up with is that the Japanese had found other high ranking Filipinos willing to serve in their puppet government, who had probably waited until the final denouement before throwing in with Nippon. Once a set of collaborators had been found, Abad Santos's potential political utility was at and. He was simply an operational prisoner and doomed.

Meanwhile, the Democrats continue to show us continuing examples of their treasonous behavior.

Wednesday, July 05, 2006

So Anyway...

The barking moonbats threw a tantrum at the White House today:

I have to say at this point that it is unfortunate that a Matrix-type technology does not exist at this time.

It would be really and truly neat if these barking moonbats could be plugged in and forced to experience what the world would really be like if their wish for our defeat had actually came true. Let them feel what it would be like to be a Dhimmi after the Muslim conquest of the planet or to experience total socialism from the slave's point of view.

This could also help to cut our energy imports a bit too.

Monday, July 03, 2006

Thought for the Day

Various assholes around the world might not have as much faith in our weakness as a nation if we would just hang a traitor once in a while.

Saturday, July 01, 2006

For The Record

I am not related to the mayor of Berzerkely (deliberate spelling).

From al-Reuters (HT: The New Editor):

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The municipal council in the liberal California city of Berkeley plans to give voters a say on a measure calling for the impeachment of U.S. President George W. Bush and U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, the mayor said on Wednesday.

A number of local governments across the United States have pressed resolutions urging impeachment, but the Berkeley city council's goal is to be the first to put the issue directly to voters, Mayor Tom Bates said in an interview.

"This is basically giving the people a chance to talk, to join the debate," Bates said. "The issues go way beyond impeaching the president. They go to safeguarding the Constitution. This administration has run roughshod over the Constitution."

Given that the goal of the hard left is to destroy the Constitution and with it the lives of several million American citizens I could only look upon this posture as an exercise in rank hypocrisy.

I should look up how many induhviduals (another deliberate spelling) there are on the Berzerkey city council. We'll need thirty feet of rope per neck to be stretched.

Berkeley resident Albert Sukoff said he was not surprised by the council's decision.

"I think they overextend themselves and get into things that aren't their business," said Sukoff. "Berkeley has always had a foreign policy, the national one notwithstanding."

There is a name for that sort of behavior, its called treason.