Monday, August 14, 2006

Doing it for the children...and the puppies..

To the commentator I mistakenly called "Brett"...let's get real, shall we?

Beckett, you are definitely NOT going to like this, but I am posting it anyway, since this is the reality we all face with the Religion of Peace™ and the Sons of Allah™ and Followers of the False Prophet™. It is a most grim read, but a truer vision of the hell we all face can't be stated well enough by me, so I will let others more knowledgeable do it, instead.

On the Virtues of Killing Children
Posted By Grim

You are not going to like this.

On the demonstrable virtues of not caring if children die, on hardening your mind for war, and other things we can no longer avoid discussing.
Beware that you are ready before you pass this seal.

Let us begin with a debate between a peaceful, gentle soul, and me. The topic could be Israel's war, or ours in Iraq, or -- if they have the heart for it -- the one to come.

The gentle soul -- how I respect her! -- will begin by pointing out how many innocents have died in the recent wars, and especially the children, who are the most obviously innocent. She will point out figures for Iraq, for Afghanistan, for Lebanon, and ask: "How can you justify this? These poor children, who might have been good men, good women, lain in the cold earth?"

We have all had the conversation that far, have we not? We are accustomed to reply:

"But the enemy is the one that targets children. We try our best to avoid hurting children. That makes us better. Furthermore, the enemy hides himself among children. As a result, in spite of our best efforts, sometimes children die on the other side also. But again, it is not our fault -- it is his fault. He endangers them."

She replies: "But how can you justify their deaths? Regardless of how hard you try, will you not kill them? Some of them? Should we not choose peace instead?"

Let us consider that.

What if we asked her, "Let us speculate that our enemy -- say in Iran -- seeks to kill our children. If we attack them to stop it, we may or may not kill any of their children -- and we will do everything in our power to avoid it. If we do not, they certainly will kill ours. Should we attack them or not?"

She will answer: "That is a false example. Nothing is certain, and it is said that hard cases make bad law."

"Fair enough," we reply, "but where will you find the parent who will sacrifice her children for the possibility of keeping another parent's child alive?"

"It would be impossible," she will agree, but add, "However, nothing is that certain."

"Then let us make it conditional," I continue. "Let us say that there is the possibility we shall kill a child -- but we shall do our best not to do so -- and only the possibility that they will kill our child, but it is their aim. Now, should we try to stop them -- though risking their child? Or should we refuse, and take the increased risk that they will succeed in their murder, since no one dares disrupt them?"

"It is always wrong to take the risk of killing a child, whether we do it or they do," she will say.

"Why so?" I ask.

"Because it endangers the innocent," she replies.

"If that is the reason," I answer, "then you are wrong. It is best that we bomb without fear."

Her eyes grow wide. "You are mad," she says. (Read the rest)

Now, look at this photo of Green Helmet Guy...trophy hunter, extraordinaire. Do you know of any EMTs who would pose a child's body this way for the cameras? I know of fishermen who would, but no fireman or ambulance attendant would. This child is mere fodder in Iran's Proxy War.

I hope Salam Daher (Green Helmet Guy) gets a missile up his vile Hezbollah sphincter.

I will say this for Salam, though. He is one masterful son of a bitch, and I predict he will get an Oscar for both best direction and manipulation of the whoring adoring press, as well as best actor in the same movie.

But now, let's look at Lebanon, that innocent people who never did anything to deserve the rain of death falling on their innocent children and innocent puppies.

I could say plenty about this, but as I stated earlier, there are better, more knowledgeable people actually there who are better prepared to comment on what is going on in Lebanon.
Via the evil Elder of Zion and Israel Matzav (Don't forget the protocols. THE PROTOCOLS!)

Michael Béhé: The Most Hypocritical People on Earth.

The politicians, journalists and intellectuals of Lebanon have, of late, been experiencing the shock of their lives. They knew full well that Hezbollah had created an independent state in our country, a state including all the ministers and parallel institutions, duplicating those of Lebanon. What they did not know – and are discovering with this war, and what has petrified them with surprise and terror – is the extent of this phagocytosis.

In fact, our country had become an extension of Iran, and our so-called political power also served as a political and military cover for the Islamists of Teheran. We suddenly discovered that Teheran had stocked more than 12,000 missiles, of all types and calibers, on our territory and that they had patiently, systematically, organized a suppletive force, with the help of the Syrians, that took over, day after day, all the rooms in the House of Lebanon. Just imagine it : we stock ground-to-ground missiles, Zilzals, on our territory and that the firing of such devices without our knowledge, has the power to spark a regional strategic conflict and, potentially, bring about the annihilation of Lebanon.

We knew that Iran, by means of Hezbollah, was building a veritable Maginot line in the south but it was the pictures of Maroun el-Ras and Bint J’bail that revealed to us the magnitude of these constructions. This amplitude made us understand several things at once : that we were no longer masters of our destiny. That we do not possess the most basic means necessary to reverse the course of this state of things and that those who turned our country into an outpost of their islamic doctrine’s combat against Israel did not have the slightest intention of willingly giving up their hold over us. (Read the rest)

And Beckett, so that there is no more misunderstanding who the enemies of humanity are, please take note:

From the Daily Telegraph

Bottle and baby used as bomb
By Fiona Hudson

August 14, 2006 12:00
Article from: The Daily Telegraph

A HUSBAND and wife arrested in the British terror raids allegedly planned to take their six-month-old baby on a mid-air suicide mission.

Scotland Yard police are quizzing Abdula Ahmed Ali, 25, and his 23-year-old wife Cossor over suspicions they were to use their baby's bottle to hide a liquid bomb.

The theory is one of the reasons security chiefs are now insisting mothers taste babies' milk at check-in desks before allowing them to take bottles aboard flights.

The pair are among up to 23 suspects being questioned over a plot to bring down nine airliners over five US cities, killing thousands of people in the air and on the ground. (Read the rest.)

Finally, Beckett, I just don't get you. Are you in Israel? Because, dude, they are finally starting to understand the deadly magnitude of believing the sort of imbecility that intellectual braintrusts like you have been spoon feeding them for the last 20 years, and now they are paying a heavy price for it.

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