Monday, August 28, 2006

Random Thoughts

For today's enrty I just thought I'd rant about how the left has indoctrinated our youth, possibly to the point of no return.

As an adult college student enrolled in journalism (don't worry, I have no intention being one of "them") I have many ignorant classmates that apparently share not only the same thoughts, but the same brain. For starters, most of them have seen the ultimate crap that is "Loose Change" and from one or two viewings, they fall right in line with the rest of the sheep repeating the old (and I do mean old) claim that "Bush was behind 9/11", "controlled demolitions were used to bring down the twin towers", "bin Laden was CIA", "a missle hit the Pentagon" and all the rest of the dung that Dylan Avery espouses in his little movie. They can't back it up themselves, they simply regurgitate what the movie says. They say these things despite the fact that the movie uses cherry-picked half-quotes, pseudoscience and really shotty math. When confronted on these points, they simply cannot defend them. But since "Loose Change" is apparently "in" with today's younger, very impressionable college crowd, they feel it unsafe or uncool to go against the rest of their friends that have fallen headlong into this abomination.

They perpetuate this myth about September 11, 2001 by kissing Avery's butt (with some even going as far to say that "he's cute" as if that has anything to do with the content of the film) by linking the movie onto their blogs or MySpace pages, posting pictures of George Bush manipulated to look like a demon, following the rest of the Kool-Aid crowd by saying he's "the world's greatest terrorist" and so on. Of course these same 19-22 year-olds have no sense of history (a few going so far as to try and champion the re-writing of history by saying "were you there?" when I try to inform them that some of these so-called Hollywood "historical" dramas are not entirely historically accurate) They are, it seems, on the Oliver Stone bandwagon in believing communism is a good thing and that murdering dictators like Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini, Pol Pot, Che Guevera, Fidel Castro and Kim Yong Il are "good guys" that should be idolized or worse yet, followed. Never mind the fact that if you mention any of these names (with perhaps the exception of Stalin) they have absolutely no clue of who you're talking about.

The real crime is when you get these people together in groups, they tend to laugh at names like Ronald Reagan, Margeret Thatcher and yes, George Bush. When challenged on their chuckles, they inevitably answer, "I don't know, I just don't like him/her." Of course, when I follow that up with "Why don't you like them?" They can't tell you. No doubt because CBS, CNN, ABC, NBC and up here the CBC, simply told them they don't. Seriously, you should read some of their MySpace blogs; talk about a journey into futility.

Of course, a lot of this ignorance comes from their liberal, ex-hippie, "Easy Rider" loving parents. But the majority of it comes straight from their friends who just go with the flow, never questioning the main stream media's motives. Even a recent 30-something instructor stated, following Dan Rather's debacle on Bush's National Guard service, that he was "set-up", if you can believe that one. Bush lied, but Rather was "set-up".

Another obvious point they refuse to concede is Bush's wire-tapping of suspected terrorists or terrorist allies within the U.S. borders. Forget the fact (or rather they already have) that this type of "spying" was an integregal part of foiling the latest plot by terrorists to blow up several commercial airliners in mid-air en route from England to the United States.

Even here in Canada, where 19 home-grown terrorists (all Muslim, I might add) were plotting to go into Parliament in Ottawa, blow up several Canadian landmarks and kill several Canadian politicians, including the Prime Minister, Stephen Harper by beheading him. The media white-washed it, and the kids of this land followed right in step. Amazingly, they were lead to believe that these "people" weren't "really that serious" and wouldn't have actually carried it out.

Maybe that's why Harper has refused to talk to the national media, instead he himself is choosing who gets to ask him questions (the reason being, despite what the liberal media will tell you, is after he tells his side of an issue, they write what they want about him, regardless of what he really said, in effect creating the news instead of simply reporting it) they keep on with the same old, tired myth of a "hidden agenda" despite the fact he has kept every campaign promise made to Canadians, save for one. And even that involves the Healthcare problem that no leader has been able to solve in the last 45 years, unless you believe in a two-tier system, or total privatization. My belaboured point is, if the media, their parents, or their teachers tell them something, they take it as the gospel, with out bothering to do any kind of research whatsoever.

In fact here in socialist Canada, the indoctrination is so bad, kids in elementary school are taught that multiculturalism is the only way to go, there is never an excuse for war, and, thanks to the ultra-left Pierre Trudeau and the re-constitution of 1982, Canada apparently has no history prior to that year. Christianity is taught in secular schools as "the great lie" and anyone associated with war, especially our fallen heroes of WWI & WWII are simply murderers and warmongers. Proof positive is the fact that hardly any Canadian child born post-1985 knows anything about Canada's war history. The fact that no movies or very few documentaries exist honouring these men and women speaks volumes.

When you have kids (and a lot of adults for that matter) that automatically shudder at the sound of the word "conservative" even if by their own admission they have no knowledge of, or even interest in history and/or politics, tells alot about not only their own ignorance, but the education system in this country.

Saturday, August 26, 2006

Missle? Are You High?

Here is a great re-enactment of how Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon. I'd say it's pretty accurate and should dispell any myths about what actually happened...that is of course , unless you live on Pluto.

And Now, The Hate Fest...Sesame Street It Is Not

Check this out. The future of Islam...
Nice, huh?

Why Don't These See The Light Of Day? One Guess.

There has been a lot going on in recent weeks. e.i. the Israel-Hezbollah conflict, the anti-semite cartoon contest in Iran, the fact that the Bush administrations' wire-tapping idea played an implicit part in foiling the most recent terrorist plot involving liquid exsplosives designed to blow up airliners en route from England to the States, etc. But I just don't have the energy right now. BUT that doesn't mean I won't get back to these topics in the future.

So I thought I'd re-print some stupid quotes from Bill Clinton and Al Gore, that for some reason, have never seen the light of day. Once again, biased media anyone?

"John Kennedy (Jr.) had actually not been back to the White House since his father was killed, until I had became President-and first he was on a advisory commiteethat made a report to me, and he came back to the Oval Office where he saw the desk where he took the famous picture in-you know, coming through the gate, for the first time was a little boy."
-Bill Clinton, press conference, July 21, 1999

"Because it's not their money."
-Bill Clinton, when asked what's wrong with letting local school districts decide to how best to spend federal education dollars.
-Washington, November 9/ PRNewswire

"Now, I want to assure you, Al did not sire the winning horse."
-Bill Clinton, May 2, 1999. A "joke" made by Clinton about Al Gore attending the Kentucky Derby.
Was Clinton suggesting that the Vice-President had sex with a horse?

"I can spend your money better than you can."
-Bill Clinton, May 2, 1999, when asked if there was a surplus on Social Security, why no tax cuts?

"My grandmother was one-quater Cherokee."
-Bill Clinton. Fact is, "the White House didn't find his kin's name to compare to the official Cherokee rolls." The Washington Times, November 23, 1998

"It depends on how you define "alone". There were a lot of times when we were alone, but I never thought we were."

"It depends on what the meaning of the word "is" is.
-Excerpts from Bill Clinton's grand jury testimony.

"There's just no such thing as truth when it comes to him. He just says whatever sounds good and worries about it after the election."

"Every time Bush speaks about trust, it makes chills run up and down my spine. The way he has trampled on the truth is a travesty of the American political system."
-Bill Clinton, November, 1992.
After the Lewinsky debacle, isn't there just a slight question of credibility here?

"You can't say you love your country and hate your government."
-Bill Clinton, 1995, after the Oklahoma City bombing.

"A lot of wonderful people love their country and hate the military."
-Bill Clinton, 1969, in a letter to the National Guard.

"The one thing we have to do is to take seriously the role of this problem of...older men who prey on younger women. There are consequences to decisions way or another people always end up being held accountable."
-Bill Clinton, June 13, 1996.
I think we all know the irony of this one.

The following is not so "stupid" as it is ironic (or even perhaps prophetic)
"[There is] no question that an admission of making false statements to government officials and interfering with the FBI and CIA is an impeachable offence."
-Bill Clinton, Arkansan Gazette, August 8, 1974

"You know what's wrong with this country? Everyone gets a chance to have their fair say."
-Bill Clinton, May 28, 1993

"If we don't succeed, we run the risk of failure."

"The Bush administration continues to coddle China, despite it's continuing crackdown on democratic reform, it's brutal subjugation of Tibet, it's irresponsible export of nuclear and missle technology...Such forebearence on our part might have made sense during the Cold War when China was the counterweight to Soviet power. It makes no sense to play the China card now when our opponents have thrown in their hand."
-Gov. Bill Clinton, December 12, 1991. Strange that Clinton would say this, considering that he, during his presidency, sold classified missle secrets to China in exchange for their promise to "be good".

On the same subject:
"I can tell you that the decisions we made, we made because we thought they were in the best interests of the American people."
-Bill Clinton, Washington Times, May 18, 1998, on why he signed waivers, despite Pentagon protests to sell Loral missle guidance systems to China, enabling them to launch nuclear missles for the first time (the results of which, we are seeing today with China's testing of the nuclear submarine test-launch of the JL-2 in 2005 and the recent, although unsuccessful, test of the Taepo Dong missle, among others) *Decisions we made? Talk about passing the buck!

In 1948-49 Lt. Gail Halvorsen, a pilot from Provo, Utah dropped candy to the children of Berlin, Germany when Joseph Stalin was trying to starve the city into submission. Clinton was giving a speech there to commemerate the 50th anniversary of the Airlift. Clinton chose to give special recognition to Lt. Halvorsen:
"She is with us here today. I'd like her to stand.
Gail Halvorsen then stood up. Mr. Gail Halvorsen, a 77-year-old grandfather.
-Bill Clinton, May, 1998.

"They havebeen exposed as the trash they are."
-Bill Clinton, January 27, 1992, on allegations that he had a 12-year affair with Gennifer Flowers.

January, 1998. Clinton admits under oath in the Paula Jones deposition that he had an affair with Gennifer Flowers.

"And the fact the deficit has come down for four years for the first time since the Civil War. I meant to say since before World War II. But maybe it should be since before the Civil War."
It was actually 1944-47, followed by a year of surplus.

"Thanks for the poncho."
-Bill Clinton, Associated Press, August 27, 1997.
Clinton was in Romania in July and was presented with the tri-colored Romanian flag. The flag had a hole in the middle of it where the hated communist emblem used to be, which these days is the norm in Romania. The flag symbolizes the 1989 anti-communist revolt that led to the establishment of democracy in that region.

"I am the only President who knew something about agriculture when I got there. (the White House)
-Bill Clinton, The Washington Post, April 26, 1995.
Unfortunately for Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Harry Truman, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington were all farmers before becoming President.

"I'm sure I spent more time in Texas than anybody else that spent time in Texas recently."
-Bill Clinton, Longview, Texas, September 27, 1996.

Um..let's see, George H.W. Bush (1988 & 1992) Ross Perot (1992 & 1996) and Phil Gramm (1996)

"You know, if I were a single man, I might just ask that mummy out. That's a good looking mummy."
-Bill Clinton, Time Magazine, June 17, 1996.
Clinton was refering to a newly-discovered Inca mummy designated "Juanita".

"We can't be so fixated on our desire to preserve the rights of ordinary Americans to ligitimately own hanguns and rifles."
-Bill Clinton, March 1, 1993.

"African-Americans watch the same news at night that ordinary Americans do."
-Bill Clinton, Black Entertainment Television, November 2, 1994.

As a 1992 presidential candidate, Clinton was upset with the Bush, Sr. administration's standards of behavior and pledged to conduct "the most ethical administration in the history of the Republic."

This one would be funny if it wasn't so hypocritical.

AND NOW FOR AL GORE....(there are lies mixed in with some stupid quotes here)

Speaking on potential breast cancer victims that faced "a long waiting line before they could get a biopsy or uh, or uh, another kind of, what am I looking for, a sonogram or..." The word he was looking for was mamogram.
-Al Gore, September 18, 2000
You know what would have happened if this was said by Bush.

"When my sister and I were growng up, there was never any doubt in our minds that men and women were equal, if not more so." -Al Gore, New York Times, August 8, 2000.
If not more so? If two things are equal, what is "if not more so?"

On his recent crusade on "global warming": When being interviewed by George Stephanopolous on ABC, "The debate in the scientific community is over!"
But Gore conviently ignores any and all scientists or data that is in contradiction with his "facts", like the fact that the ice in Greenland has been melting for hundreds of years, impossibly the fault of humans, since the industrial revolution and other reasons Gore sites had only started approximately 75-80 years ago. In clear contridiction of his sources. By the way, a few minutes later Gore was trying to defend his statements by saying, scientists
"don't have any models that give them a high level of confidence. [They] don't know. They just don't know." So the question then becomes, if scientists don't know (at least the ones he's quoting-certainly not being interviewed by him-how can he run around the country and force-feed his opinion to everyone?

On Bush's Social Security privatization plan:
"He is proposing to privatize a big part of Socail Security and he's proposing to take $1 trillion, a million billion dollars out of the Social Security trust fund and give it as a tax incentive to young workers." -Al Gore, October 25, 2000
A trillion is one thousand billion, not a million billion. Again, if Bush had said this...

Discussing the Strategic Petroleum Rreserves: "I've been part of the discussions on the strategic reserve since the days when it was first established."
-Al Gore, September 22, 2000.
The problem with this is that Jimmy Carter established the Strategic Petroleum Reserves when he signed the Energy Policy and Conservation Act in 1975, two years before Gore became a congressman.

My personal favourite:
"During my service in the Unites States congress, I took the initiative in creating the internet." -Interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN, March 9, 1999.
He did in fact support technological advancements that allowed the internet to go foward, but claiming that he had a hand in creating it? I mean, really.

"A zebra does not change his spots."
-Al Gore, 1992.

"Who are these people?"
-Al Gore, January, 1993.
While being taken on a tour of Monticello, being shown busts of America's founding fathers.

"It isn't pollution that's harming the environment. It's
the impurities in our air and water that are doing it." -Al Gore

"We are ready for any unforeseen event that
may or may not occur." -Al Gore

"Speaking from my own religious tradition in this Christmas season, 2000 years ago a homeless woman gave birth to a homeless child in a manger because the inn was full."
-Al Gore, December 22, 1997.

For the record, Joseph and Mary were most definately not homeless.

Speaking about Chicago Bulls phenom, Michael Jordan:
"I tell you, that Michael Jackson is unbelievable, isn't he? He's just unbelievable."
-Al Gore, Chicago Tribune, June 17, 1998.

No Al. You're unbvelievable. Truly, unbelievable.

"I have trouble turning on a computer, ... let alone using one."
-Al Gore, Associated Press, September 4, 1998.

This coming from the guy claiming to have taken the "initiative" to create the internet.

Speaking in Minnesota about DFL gubernatorial nominee, Hubert Humphrey III and two democratic congressmen:
"They will be the education team that Missouri needs to move into the 21st century."
-Al Gore,

...and so forth.

Have you guessed why yet? If you guessed the mainstream media and their biased, slanted, Bush-hating, terrorist-supporting, anti-semetic ways, you can pick up your prize at the door.

Thanks to Carolyn Gargaro for her "Bill Clinton-Stupid Statements & Gore (as in Al) Quotes" website.

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Just a Hunch

After witnessing the mini-documentaries, "Pallywood", and "Hezbollywood" (which has been removed by YouTube, as they usually do when it goes against their terrorist-apologizing agenda, because it "violated the terms of usage"-which is the truth of course) I was just wondering, how many more and how often has Hezzbolah and Hamas followers staged attacks over the last few months or years? Don't be surprised in the very near future if more of these discoveries are exposed. Talk about disproportinate reporting. Thanks MSM. Good job of telling the "news". It's not like they would doctor photos or anything.

Then pour on the pathetic denials.

In either case, it seems us bloggers are taking our media back.

In other, same ol' news: here's some interesting and revealing (depending on where you've been the last decade or so) info on our dear U.N. leader, Kofi Annan.

And I don't think this one is off by much either. Just thought I should post something instead of staring at a blank "post creation" page.

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Nuff' Said...

Soon. Very soon I'll learn how get a video links directly to my blogs. Until then, check out this telling video I found on YouTube. Not that I'm surprised. It shows what we all already know about the MSM. It's entitled "Pallywood".

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

It Just Never Ends

O.k. I've had just about enough of this "disproportionate" reporting and, let's face it, down right anti-semitism by the MSM. Hezbollah kills eight soldiers, kidnaps two others-who they still have, whether they're still alive, who knows-then when Israel warns Lebanese soldiers, civilians and Hezbollah themselves with pamphlets dropped from the sky, radio adresses and on Israeli TV (as they continue to do) Hezbollah decides in all their infinite wisdom to start lobbing rockets into Isreal and use un-manned drones to attack Israeli warships. We can obviously and rightfully blame Iran for that last one. Don't worry I didn't forget about Syria either. All we're hearing from the media is how all these innocent civilians are being killed in Lebanon. Like there aren't any being killed in Isreal? Oh, I guess not, since you don't see that on T.V. so it isn't happening.

"Oh, but Isreal is killing more than Hezbollah is." Well that's because Hezbollah is using their own citizens (well Lebanese citizens anyway, since when does a terrorist organization represent the people anyway; save for Hamas) as human sheilds. Much like Saddam Hussein did during the 1991 Gulf War. Then the western media, especially those in Europe, decide to take sides and start creating the news again. Any self-respecting reporter should never take sides on an issue, especially when the one they are siding against is an ally. Do these opportunists even remotely remember Muslim extremist attacks over the last 30 years?

In case any of you have forgotten, or have been swindeled by the The Traitor Times or The Daily Communist rags based out of Los Angeles, here is a quick reminder:

- Nov. 1979: Muslim extremists seized the U.S. embassy in Iran and held 52 American hostages for 444 days following history's greatest monster-Jimmy Carter's-wonderful decision to have America turn their back on Iran and the Shah, thus opening the door in the Middle East to Muslim fanaticism. That is, quite literally, until Ronald Reagen finished his oath of office with the words, "So help me God." when the hostages were "suddenly" released. Was it their fear of repercussions from the new president? Not according to the media, even back then. No their take on things was more along the lines of, "because of staunch negotiations." Yeah, sure.

- 1982: Muslim extremists (Hezbollah) began their favourite pastime that continues to this day of kidnapping and killing westerners, mostly Americans. William Buckley was murdered and Terry Anderson was held captive for six and a hlf years.

- Apr. 1983: Muslim extremists (Islamic Jihad or Hezbollah) bombed the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, killing 16 Americans.

-Oct. 1983: Muslim extremists (Hezbollah) blew up a U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut, killing 241 marines.

- Dec. 1983: Muslim extremists (al Dawa) blew up the U.S. Embassy in Kuwait, killing five and injuring 80.

- Sept. 1984: Muslim extremists (Hezbollah) exploded a truck bomb at the U.S. Embassy annex in Beirut, killing 24 people, including two U.S. servicemen.

- Muslim extremists (Hezbollah) hijacked TWA Flight 847 out of Athens, diverting it to Beirut, taking the passengers hostage in return for the release of the Kuwaiti 17 as well as 700 prisoners held by Israel. When (surprise, suprise) their demands were not met, they shot U.S. Navy diver, Robert Dean Stethem and dumped his body onto the tarmac.

- Oct. 1985: Muslim extremists (Palestinian Liberation Front backed by Libya) seize Italian cruise ship, The Achille Lauro, killing American Leon Klinghoffer, then tossing his body overboard.

- Dec. 1985: Muslim extremists (backed by Libya) bombed airports in Rome and Vienna, killing 20 people, including five Americans.

- Apr. 1986: Muslim extremists (backed by Libya) bombed a disco in West Berlin, injuring hundreds and killing two, including a U.S. soldier.

- Dec. 1988: Muslim extremists bombed Pan-Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing all 259 on board plus 11 on the ground.

- Feb. 1993: Muslim extremists (al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya and most likely with help from al Qaida) detonate a bomb in the basement of the World Trade Center, Tower 1; killing six and wounding more than 1000. HEY DYLAN AVERY AND THE REST OF YOU CONSPIRACY THERORISTS, DID YOU CONVIENTLY FORGET ABOUT THAT ONE?

- Spring, 1993: Muslim extremists (al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya, the Sudanese Islamic Front and representatives of Hamas) plot to blow up the Lincoln and Holland tunnels, the U.N. complex and the FBI's lower Manhattan headquarters.

- Nov. 1995: Muslim extremists (possibly Iran's "Party of God") explode a car bomb at U.S. Military headquartrs in Saudi Arabia, killing five U.S. soldiers.

- June 1996: Muslim extremists (13 Saudis and a Lebanese member of Hezbollah, with involvement from al Qaida) explode a truck bomb outside of Kobar Towes military complex, killing 19 American soldiers and injuring hundreds.

- Aug. 1998: Muslim extremists (al Qaida) detonate truck bombs at U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, killing 224 and injuring thousands.

- Oct. 2000: Muslim extremists (al Qaida) blow a huge hole in the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Cole, killing 17 U.S. soldiers.

- Sept. 11, 2001: Muslim extremists (al Qaida) hijack commercial aircraft and fly them into Towers 1 & 2 at the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in Washington, DC. Another plane crashes into a field in Pennsylvania due to the heroic actions of several passengers. After all is said and done, nearly 3000 people are dead.

Now we are supposed to believe that these same crackpots who are attacking Isreal are in the right and the Isrealis don't have the right to defend themselves? Please.
The botom line is if you disarm Hezbollah, Hamas, al Qaida and all the rest, there is peace. You disarm Isreal, they get eradicated.

Recently John Kerry and "Howlin" Howard Dean have stated "If the Democrats were in power (Kerry visiting Never-Never Land again, saying "If I were President...) this would never have happened. Hezbollah must be destroyed.", referring to the Isreal-Hezbollah situation. Um, excuse me, but since when have the Democrats ever had the balls to fight for anything? They were adamantly against going to war against Hitler, they were against going to war against the communists in Vietnam, and they were against usurping Saddam Hussein and warring against the Taliban. They have no idea what the term "sponsorship of terror" means. They want us to believe (and there are no doubt sheep that do) that they don't want to go after Hussien, but will capture or kill every other terrorist or terrorist supporter. We're now supposed to believe that despite all of their appeasement, now they're suddenly tough on terror. Sounds like they've been "Hillarized". It reminds me of when Jimmy Carter handed over Iran to the Moolahs and other fundamentalists on a silver platter when he made America look untrustworthy by turning his back on the Shah. This, a country that was for 30 years a pro-western ally, now wants Death to America, Isreal wiped off the map and every jew on the planet irradicated.

Sounds strangely reminiscent of a guy that ruled Germany in the 40's. I don't want to drop any names, but his initials were Adolph Hitler.

A couple of things before I sign off for this session. First a simple question. Did you happen to see the terrorist propaganda report aired by CNN a few days ago? They were letting this representative of Hezbollah lead them through bombed out streets in Lebanon claiming innocent civilian deaths, that the area in question was not a military target, but a civilian one. Claims were made that there were no weapons of any kind in the said areas. Indeed, there seemed to be no trace of any weapons that they showed. Of course, what they didn't tell you was that Hezbollah denied them access to several buildings in the surrounding area. And this was of course an interview and tour led by Hezbollah, on their terms. Do you have a feeling that this is, oh I don't know, a big steaming pile of cow dung? Yeah, me too. Shame on CNN, again.

Finally, there are reports going around that Isreal purposely bombed a U.N. observation outpost. Well, yes they did, but what you didn't hear until now is why. Quite simply, Hezbollah was using the post as a shield to lob rockets into Isreal. The source of this revelation is from none other an e-mail written by a Canadian U.N. observer (one of my boys) that was unfortunately killed just days after writing it. Folks, it's what you call a tactical neccessity.

Thanks to and Timeline of Terrorism @ for the useful information of the timeline of terrorism.

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