Saturday, December 16, 2006

We're Not Gonna Take It, Anymore! - Dec 16

With apologies to Dee Snider of Twisted Sister of course. As this year closes, it's usually this time that we look back and see both the good and bad that has occured over the last twelve months. Here's Jihad Watch giving us its 2006 Dhimmi and Anti-Dhimmi awards.


There's an interesting twist to this. There are two individuals who have been given the International Anti-Dhimmi Awards this year, John Howard of Australia and Geert Wilders of Denmark. John Bolton gets the nod for American Anti-Dhimmi, a much deserved accolade.

The Dhimmi Award Internationale goes to Jacques Chirac, who has betrayed the (mostly decent) French people by recklessly allowing Muslims to immigrate en masse into the country. Many French police don't even bother going into Muslim-held 'burbs of Paris because they fear for their lives. Paris burned in a big way this year and there's no reason to believe that the French are getting out of hot water anytime soon.

The American Dhimmi Award goes to ex-President (one term, I might add) Jimmy Carter. I'm guessing that James 'F--k the Jews' Baker who co-authored the much-panned Iraq Study Group was probably a close second. Mix high-minded arrogance with willful ignorance and you can describe these two dhimmis to a tee.

So what about Canada? No question, the Dhimmi of Canada Award should go to the NDP's Jack Layton who at one time suggested that the West ought to negotiate with the Taliban. Runner-up has to be BQ leader Gilles Duceppe who believes that the Quebecois 'nation' can somehow opt out of the global jihad without penalty.

So who, IMHO, deserves the Anti-Dhimmi of Canada Award? Two come to mind, namely Stephen Harper who stood shoulder to shoulder with Israel in its summer war with Hezbollah. The other is Harper's right-hand man, Peter McKay who made it known that the funding to Hamas will be cut off. Well, sort of. In other words, I'll be keeping close watch should the Conservatives wimp out in order to gain votes in Quebec. Besides, selling out is what Liberals do and they don't like competition.

So who else out there is being the 'nice' dhimmi and who is standing up and showing some backbone? Here are a few examples that have come across my desk recently:

Along with Daniel Pipes, super-babe (for a lawyer anyways) Ann Coulter is none to pleased with the recent ISG's recent efforts as well.

Bill O'Reilly is another one of my favorites who thinks that Christmas traditions are just fine and dandy, thank you very much!

I'm always amazed by those who are willing to pay the price for freedom. I also believe that enlightenment usually comes from the unlikeliest of sources. Witness Bassam Tibi, a Syrian Muslim (!) living in Germany who is warning the West about Islam's growing strength and power. If the West can pull the cotton out of its collective ears and listen to the likes of Dr. Tibi, we may yet gain the victory. I fear however that the West will not.

As the drive for nuclear arms heats up in the ME, another group that isn't going to take it (since May 15, 1948) is the Israelis, who fear a two-front war in 2007.

As we put down our laurels, we pick up our darts and throw them at the following:

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have decided to back the Sunnis in Iraq should the American army pull up its stakes and go home. I've also read about this at stratfor.com and it just boggled my mind. Given the fact that al-Qaida is of the Sunni brand, what do the Saudis plan on doing when all these arms are all of a sudden being turned against them? The Saudis are the number one target of OBL, a fact that he has made absolutely crystal clear. Once you back various Sunni militias with top of the line military technology, what's to stop it from betraying its masters? This has got disaster written all over it, from the Saudis to a dependent energy-importing West.

Another dart goes to the Smithsonian Institute who has made the life of scientist Dr. Richard Sternberg a living hell for editing (not even authoring!) an article on intelligient design (see Genesis 1:1). Free and skeptical inquiry? Not for us, the SI says!

Sorry 'bout not posting earlier in the week. I get so busy and tired that it's often difficult to post. However, you should still check back frequently as I'm constantly adding new links and such to the sidebar. So I'm not being lazy and indifferent, just hot and bothered!

The Man in Black,
Johnny Cash

3 comments:

dizzyfatplonka said...

Would you say that the French Canadians over there tend to be the biggest appeasers JC?
Its interesting that I link to a French speaking Canadian buddhist on my blog who tends to take an anti US anti Israel pro muslim line, one of his friend recently popped into my comments box, to tell me off for being against debating with Islam.

dizzyfatplonka said...

Would you say that the French Canadians over there tend to be the biggest appeasers JC?
Its interesting that I link to a French speaking Canadian buddhist on my blog who tends to take an anti US anti Israel pro muslim line, one of his friend recently popped into my comments box, to tell me off for being against debating with Islam.

James Fletcher Baxter said...

That human institution which is structured on the
principle, "...all men are endowed by their Creator with
...Liberty...," is a system with its roots in the natural
Order of the universe. The opponents of such a system are
necessarily engaged in a losing contest with nature and
nature's God. Biblical principles are still today the
foundation under Western Civilization and the American
way of life. To the advent of a new season we commend the
present generation and the "multitudes in the valley of
decision."

Let us proclaim it. Behold!
The Season of Generation-Choicemaker Joel 3:14 KJV

"Man cannot make or invent or contrive principles. He
can only discover them and he ought to look through the
discovery to the Author." -- Thomas Paine 1797

"Got Criteria?" See Psalm 119:1-176

semper fidelis
Jim Baxter
Sgt. USMC
WWII & Korean War

Teacher, 5th Grade - 30 years

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