Monday, December 11, 2006

Things we’ve been learning

Readership numbers here have been so dispiriting that it’s getting increasingly difficult to keep posting. Feels like we’d get more exposure on the restroom walls of tenement halls. So, posts will just have to come when we darn well feel like it, rather than through any extrinsic reward.

Meanwhile, here goes with some recent random stuff:

o Jack Murtha That stuff about the old hawk leading the movement of loyal Americans who suddenly realized they’d been deceived about the Iraq war? Forget it. All manufactured by the mainstream mediocracy in the run-up to the November election. The real truth: Murtha’s been against the war since 2003, about six months into it. Noel Sheppard of NewsBusters has the documentation.

o Culture of Corruption That’s the strangest issue for Dhimmicrats to base an election campaign on. If the electorate were suffering from Republican fatigue, just wait till they get a load of the warts and pimples of the new massas. Of course, if it were just up to the mainstream mediocracy, we wouldn’t hear about any of that. But with alternative media and the blogosphere, things have changed. Bigtime.

o Strong delusion Ex-Muslim Nonie Darwish (Now They Call Me Infidel, Sentinel, 2006) has great insights into the roots of Islamic extremism from a woman’s perspective. We highly recommend the book, and we’ll be doing a review of it for the Examiner newspapers. Radical Islam may never be cured until somehow truth and reality overcome deceit and delusion. One example: It was widely reported and just a widely believed that American food relief to the Afghan population was laced with poison. Maybe somebody needs to write a Michael Savage-type book, Islamofascism As a Mental Disorder.

More later. Maybe.

1 Comments:

Blogger Stacy L. said...

I can relate to your discouragement brother...and I have the Nonie book myself and eventually will get around to reading it and hopefully doing an interview with her. Hang in there :)

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