23 September 2005

Today's Highlights

In US Slams Pals: Not Fit to Print Mediacrity points out the tepid criticisms of the Palestinian "government" recently voiced by various U.S. officials, including Condoleezza Rice:

"...Now, I think it would be a good start for the Palestinians, by the way, if they would disarm the militias of Fatah. That would be a good start. They have a roadmap obligation to disarm terrorist organizations and militias. But as a starting point, because I understand that there are complications with Hamas and there are questions about how capable they would be of actually insisting on disarmament of Hamas."

Yeah, like, you know, cause like, I know its really hard for you to say no to mass murder and stuff, but like, you totally promised and all!

Pathetic. Mediacrity's point was that major U.S. news sources like The New York Times didn't bother to give any press to these "criticisms." My point, the overarching, blatant, obvious point, is that fourth graders on the playground are more vicious in their criticisms than the Secretary of State is towards A MILITANT ISLAMIC TERROR THREAT.

Yet another excellent post is to be found at Israpundit. Europe died in Auschwitz, penned by Sebastian Villar Rodriguez, a Spanish journalist, Front Page Mag is a brilliant, insightful, and incredibly factual account of exactly what Europe lost by participating in the Holocaust, and how they're still paying the price. Because its so phenomenally good, I'm quoting it all here:

I was walking along Raval (Barcelona) when all of a sudden I understood that Europe died with Auschwitz.

We assassinated 6 million Jews in order to end up bringing in 20 million Muslims!

We burnt in Auschwitz the culture, intelligence and power to create.

We burnt the people of the world, the one who is proclaimed the chosen people of God.

Because it is the people who gave to humanity the symbolic figures who were capable of changing history (Christ, Marx, Einstein, Freud...) and who is the origin of progress and wellbeing.

We must admit that Europe, by relaxing its borders and giving in under the pretext of tolerance to the values of a fallacious cultural relativism, opened it's doors to 20 million Muslims, often illiterates and fanatics that we could meet, at best, in places such as Raval, the poorest of the nations and of the ghettos, and who are preparing the worst, such as the 9/11 and the Madrid bombing and who are lodged in apartment blocs provided by the social welfare.

We also have exchanged culture with fanaticism, the capacity to create with the will to destroy, the wisdom with the superstition.

We have exchanged the transcendental instinct of the Jews, who even under the worst possible conditions have always looked for a better peaceful world, for the suicide bomber. We have exchanged the pride of life for the fanatic obsession of death. Our death and that of ourchildren.

What a grave mistake that we made!!!

So, my question now is: What are you going to do about it?

One of the comments on Israpundit read something to the effect of "I hope America doesn't fall the way of Europe." I wonder how many natural (and unnatural) disasters need to come our way before America, as a nation, repents for trying to re-draw Israel's borders, for supporting the murders of Jews in their own country and around the world. We aren't going to get away scot-free.

Meanwhile, the Bush-bashers are busy mocking FEMA; the Bush-fans are busy mocking the Bush haters; the average Americans are busy spending money and time trying to help rebuild the ghetto; the ghetto is busy sitting on its behind, waiting for its crack money to come in the mail; the academics are calling for a socialist regime to be established; the government is spending more money it doesn't have to do exactly that; the State Department is telling the Palestinians that they really sorta, oughta, maybe like, stop hating Jews so much, at least on Tuesdays between 12 and 2 p.m.-- if that's okay with them; Israel is busy trying to put together the pieces and get ready for the imminent war with the Arabs; the bloggers are blogging; the media is raging; the weathermen are predicting; everyone is sitting and waiting and doing nothing, absolutely nothing, to solve the problem, when really, all they have to do is pray.

Where are our Elijahs now?

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