Wednesday, September 07, 2005

The land of the free and the home of the brave (but insane)


Searching for something to write about (hey, it's summer), I've been trying to avoid doing New Orleans because, on the whole, everyone else is doing it. However, my eye was caught by a link from Blood & Treasure to this response to the disaster from one of the more imbalanced of our cousins across the water.

Sample quotations, both from the poster and from the comments:

The ongoing meltdown in New Orleans, though not entirely surprising given the corrupt, inept nature of Louisiana State and New Orleans’ local governments, respectively, is astounding to the degree and extent of incompetence [...] Of note is the fact that the Democratic Party has dominated Louisiana’s politics since at least 1880.

No politician has the stones to call for and actually have implemented a policy of overwhelming, crushing force to destroy what is now a thuggish insurgency of Fifth Column urban criminals. The public is terrorized, police are shot dead, children are raped [or are they?], ordinary folks are murdered, robbed, raped, beaten, their homes broken into, businesses looted, and yet the primary concern is one of fear that National Guardsmen or police shooting down these thugs will engender cries of racism, class oppression, and other seditious nonsense from the usual corners of the racial grievance and shakedown lobbies, leftist professors, self-loathing white liberals, and Gramscian-inspired communist activists.

A WMD attack must be coordinated and launched against two distinct targets, preferably East and West (Left) Coast cities [...] A Hobbesian “war of all against all” will emerge as the criminal, opportunistic, and seditious elements strike out. Expect heavily armed and infuriated conservatives to launch a cleansing war against the traitors.

The purpose of the media’s focus on the worst cases in New Orleans is to demoralize Americans.

My friends, the good news is that the Average Joe can still go out, buy a couple of firearms, and have them ready, just in case he needs them to protect himself, his family, his neighbor, etc., during such worst case scenarios.

The government should militarize the borders (both north and south). But I do not think that’s going to be enough to stop a nuclear terrorist attack within America. Russian nuclear suitcases have already said [sic] to be on U.S. soil prior to the Fall of the Berlin Wall. But militarizing the border might reduce the risk of a nuclear terror attack; it won’t stop it from happening since there might already be suitcase nukes in the U.S. already.

It's a good job nobody believes this rubbish, isn't it?

(UPDATE: Lenin has more on the carnage that wasn't in New Orleans.)


Blogger CuriousHamster said...

Oh, it really isn't a spoof site. I actually had to read the link twice, and check the "about moonbat.." page and I still wasn't entirely sure.

I've really never fully understood why these people are so angry.

6:07 pm  

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