Showing posts from December 28, 2003
Some have called Khaddafi/Quadaffi/The curly haired guy from Lybia's willingness to negotiate as "pre-emptive surrender" there has been much wondering about North Korea. They have violated every agreement they've ever signed before the ink was even dry. In the latest news, they've agreed to let US inspectors into the nuclear facility. See here:
However, this does not by any means approach the scale of the inspections Lybia is going to allow. Is this truly progress in the "38th parallel problem"? Or just more wiliness from the "Dear Leader"? I vote for the latter. That he's willing to allow us access only tells me there's nothing to see. When there is, they usually hue and cry about the need for compensation for such inspections. Further, there is evidence of late that when Pakistan tested it's first nuclear bomb much of their help was from North Korea. The second explosion several days …
I've talked about this one before and I contend that not only are the Palestinians waging war against Israel, they are engaging in a proxy war against us. Further, the EU knows this and they are funding this proxy war by giving countless euros to Arafathead and turning a blind eye to how the money is spent. According to this article: An MEP from Germany's Green Party said exactly that.
The Europeans," explained MP Schroeder, "supported the Palestinian Authority with the aim of becoming its main sponsor, and through this, challenge the U.S. and present themselves as the future global power. Therefore, the Al-Aksa Intifada should be understood as a proxy war between Europe and the United States."

"It is an open secret within the European Parliament that EU aid to the Palestinian Authority has not been spent correctly," MP Schroeder said during a recent address in New York. "The European Parliamen…
I've added some bolding below for emphasis. Amazing how liberals are always claiming they're in favor of free speech yet as soon as it's a conservative voice they retreat into the notion that they need not protect "hate" speech. We also hear about how authority figures who denounce or decry unpopular speech are having a "chilling effect" that in essence, gags those with unpopular views. We've heard this from the anti-war crowd over and over when they accused Bush of everything up to rounding up dissenters in to Ashcroft's gulags. Yet the science teacher below parodies the student letter and labels them "wingnuts" who "claim to be American." I can only imagine the din from trampling wejuns of the ACLU shock brigades that would sound if this was some teacher talking about "godless communists" who "claimed to be American."

A dissenting student hounded for his views
By Valerie Richardson