Sunday, October 31, 2010

Some Thoughts on Nov 2nd

I haven't been blogging much because I've had other items to attend to. However I thought I'd say a few things prior to the US Election. I've already predicted way back in the spring that the Dems will get their asses handed to them. However I am truly worried about election fraud and other typical leftist shenanigans.

The John Stewart rally struck me as totally pathetic. Stewart is not funny. He's the smart ass guy at the back of the class taking the piss out of the Science teachers checked trousers, nothing more. Mr. Know it all, Mr. Sneer. He is a poor imitation of what Chevy Chase did well on Saturday Night Live decades ago.

Colbert is another sad case. The walking talking straw man. If conservatives were of color perhaps he'd put on black face and sing negro spirituals. What he does is no different. He pretends to be a conservative, but isn't, and as a pretend conservative he can say the things that we don't really say, but all the self important progressives THINK we say.

So 30,000 people showed up at their rally. Great.

Cat Stevens?? I'm sorry but why exactly would you invite that old twat? I hated Cat Stevens long before he became a self-righteous Islamic mouthpiece. I hated his flaccid-dick bearded hippy strumming back in the 1970s. But that's just me. I don't understand what point inviting him makes. Are the youth of today interested in this guy? Do they even know who he is other than some crap their bra less hippy Aunt listens to? I don't know. All I know is if Stewart and Colbert were trying to out do Glenn Beck they failed.

As for tomorrow's vote... It would be nice to think that what has been happening, slowly over the last however many years, with more and more intrusive "guidance" from our betters could be stopped at the ballot box. Let's hope it does.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

About that "Mubai Style"

The recent alerts about a "Mubai style" terror attack in Europe should bring home the fact that talking nicey nice to a bunch of murderous religious fanatics is not very affective. The best policy is to either lock them up forever or shoot them. The West ignored the rise of these nutters and has suffered for it. Everyone (the press) seems to have forgotten the planned Salsberg Christmas attack from 2000. The usual suspects were arrested by German police a day before they could pull it off, and the authorities only learned what the target was AFTER the arrest when they reviewed the terrorists recon videos.

Every big attack that has occurred in the West had dry runs or lesser versions in the third world. Even the September 11th attacks were originally planned and dry runs were conducted in the Philippines. The biggest fear for the West should be that the terrorists abandon their desire for spectacular attacks and go for small arms and mayhem. Four or five guys on a roof with a mortar tube and some rifles during some big event could cause untold horror and panic.

The difference though with Mubai and carrying an attack out in Europe or North America would be the response. There would be no video of Police hiding behind pillars while the terrorists rampage. Quite the opposite. The Europeans have had decades of terror problems and besides the usual well armed well trained special police response teams nations like Germany, France England and others have specific military units whose sole purpose is to deal with terrorists. Units like England's S.A.S. or Germany's GSG9 would not be reading any one their "rights". It is also doubtful there would be as much confusion in the response as there was in Mubai. This isn't to say the scenario wouldn't result in horror but it certainly wouldn't go on as long. Let's just hope it never happens.