All you stupid people out there, follow the advice of Francois Trembley and join the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement. Extreme idiocy taken to the extreme The epitomy of selfless love of life in general (except for humans, who are icky, evidently). [My reasoning is a bit different. If you are that God damned stupid to believe that horseshit then we don’t need your genes polluting the gene pool.] Continue reading
Former Mennonite missionary convicted of secretly filming teenage relatives having sex with other students. Reminds me of the scene from “Witness” after Harrison Ford, disguised as an Amish, had just beat the living shit out of a tormentor who thought the Amish were pacifists.
Townsman: “Never seen anything like it in all my years!”
Mr. Lapp: [Trying to keep Ford’s cover from being blown] “He’s from Ohio, my cousin.”
Townsman: “Well, them Ohio Amish must be… different. Around here, the brethren don’t have any of that kinda fight in ’em! Good day to you, Mr. Lapp! This ain’t good for the tourist trade, you know! Tell that to your Ohioan friend!”
And the Mennonite brethren gets two months in jail. I better not say anything else. Some of my readers probably know him. If they aren’t related to him. 😉 Continue reading
Brokencountry.com Heck, anybody who can photoshop like this deserves publicity from me.
During the Obama Presidency. The big eared Dumb Fuck in Chief will just let them go to rejoin the fight and to kill G.I.s later. This is Exhibit A why liberal do-gooder policies do not work in times of war.
“WASHINGTON (AP) — The Taliban’s new top operations officer in southern Afghanistan had been a prisoner at the Guantanamo Bay detention center, the latest example of a freed detainee who took a militant leadership role and a potential complication for the Obama administration’s efforts to close the prison. U.S. authorities handed over the detainee to the Afghan government, which in turn released him, according to Pentagon and CIA officials.
“Abdullah Ghulam Rasoul, formerly Guantanamo prisoner No. 008, was among 13 Afghan prisoners released to the Afghan government in December 2007. Rasoul is now known as Mullah Abdullah Zakir, a nom de guerre that Pentagon and intelligence officials say is used by a Taliban leader who is in charge of operations against U.S. and Afghan forces in southern Afghanistan.
“The officials, who spoke anonymously [FINALLY we have anonymous officials who bring us news we need to hear instead of leaking news that helps the enemy, ala the NY Times typical leak] because they are not authorized to release the information, said Rasoul has joined a growing faction of former Guantanamo prisoners who have rejoined militant groups and taken action against U.S. interests. Pentagon officials have said that as many as 60 former detainees have resurfaced on foreign battlefields….”
This is for the Uncle Lowells out there who have no clue about Rush. She is a liberal, and she has him nailed. [The extensive quote is out of fear my readers won’t bother to go to the source.]
[She still loves Obama but she blames early misteps on his staff.]”Case in point: The orchestrated attack on radio host Rush Limbaugh, which has made the White House look like an oafish bunch of drunken frat boys. …Has the administration gone mad? This entire fracas was set off by the president himself, who lowered his office by targeting a private citizen by name. Limbaugh had every right to counterattack, which he did with gusto. Why have so many Democrats abandoned the hallowed principle of free speech? Limbaugh, like our own liberal culture hero Lenny Bruce, is a professional commentator who can be as rude and crude as he wants. Yes, I cringe when Rush plays his “Barack the Magic Negro” satire or when he gratuitously racializes the debate over Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb, who is a constant subject of withering scrutiny for quite different reasons on sports shows here in Philadelphia. On the other hand, I totally agree with Rush about “feminazis,” whose amoral tactics and myopic worldview I as a dissident feminist had to battle for decades. As a student of radio and a longtime listener of Rush’s show, I have gotten a wealth of pleasure and insight from him over the years. To attack Rush Limbaugh is to attack his audience — and to intensify the loyalty of his fan base.”
“If Rush’s presence looms too large for the political landscape, it’s because of the total vacuity of the Republican leadership, which seems to be in a dithering funk. Rush isn’t responsible for the feebleness of Republican voices or the thinness of Republican ideas. Only ignoramuses believe that Rush speaks for the Republican Party. On the contrary, Rush as a proponent of heartland conservatism has waged open warfare with the Washington party establishment for years.” Continue reading