Sunday, February 26, 2012

The Koran is a Killer!

My Blog posting on Sunday, 28th of March, 2010 was entitled Obama Can't See the Koran is a Killer where I stated that President Obama's praise of Islam is putting America and the world in danger. According to him and other misguided politicians, the Koran promotes peace and tolerance for non-Muslims. This is a dangerous misrepresentation of this inherently violent and undemocratic text. It can be compared to a medieval Mein Kampt (Hitler's murderous blueprint for the world).

Yes...that violence was there again this past week in Afghanistan. It is a perfect example of the sick Islamic psyche that accidentally burning a Koren is more offensive then killing people. It's a sign of how close this country is to renewing its cesspit status once Obama pulls out the troops in two years. Twelve people, including two soldiers, have been already killed in the bloody protests raging across Afghanistan over the inadvertent burning of the Koren at a NATO military base and riot police are on alert for more violence.

div>This covert Muslim U.S. President sent a letter to Karzai apologizing for the unintentional burning of the Korans with Newt Gingrich lashing out that Obama's apology was "astonishing and undeserved". He noted that Obama again has fallen for this moral, ass-kissing posture to Muslims. Remember him genuflecting in front of Saudi Arabia's ruler in 2010? Gingrich said the Afghan President owes the U.S. an apology for the shootings and Obama should say so. He would do better to make a strong rebuke for the constant harassment and killing of Christians in Egypt, Libya, Iran and Iraq before further apologies are considered.

"There seems to be nothing that radical Islamists will do to get Barack Obama's attention in a negative way and he is consistently apologizing to people who do not deserve the apology of the president of the United States...period." Gingrich said and added, "And if Karzai doesn't feel like apologizing then we should say good-bye and good luck to your dung heap. We don't need to be risking our lives and wasting our money on these bearded bastards when your cowardly youth ship out to other countries! I think he has a point.

THE WAY I SEE IT....when you apologise for causing offence and promise never, ever to do it again, you give succour to the idea that offensiveness is a unique and terrible evil and you flatter the ostentatious offence-taking group who wish to be protected by a moral force-field from public debate and ridicule. You set a precedent for future grovelling.

By now effectively reorienting its Afghan mission around improving its Politically Correct credentials and Islamic empathy of its troops, NATO has unwittingly giving a green light to easily offend these scumbag agitators, boosting their belief that any offence is evil and must be quashed. NATO has made itself a hostage to future violence, giving radicals a licence to go mental at the next whiff of any slight, whether intentional or accidental, against their obviously foul religion.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Greece Goes To The Dogs !

When visiting Athens on a much-needed holiday last September, I was amazed to see how many dogs roamed the street. In front of the Parliament House was a large dog standing guard near the real Guard outside the building. There were also dogs across the street in the park and on the steps of the fancy hotels bordering the park. They all seemed to be well fed with some having collars like they were turfed our of their owner's apartments.

John Roskam of the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) solves this canine mystery and asks why Australian taxpayers must get involved:

He says, "Australians will be surprised to learn that, apparently, the federal government now has responsibility to help the city of Athens pay for the feeding of stray dogs in the Greek capital. It seems that Athens has a stupid policy that in no case supports the sheltering or euthanisation of animals. Stray dogs are instead sterilised, tagged, let loose again and fed by the council." Crazy!

He continues, "How countries deal with stray dogs is up to them, But if a country wants to provide stray dogs that are sick with and shelter with constant veterinary care, other countries shouldn't be forced to foot the bill. If the Greek government wants to set the retirement age at 50 it can, but it has to wear the consequences. That's the issue at the heart of whether Australian taxpayers should contribute to an International Monetary Fund bailout of Europe.

The Way I See it....there are times when Australian taxpayers should financially support the governments and citizens of other countries. But Europe in 2012 is not one of those times.

Europe's debt crisis is not an act-of-God. Its problems are the result of deliberate decisions taken over decades. The economics of a dyed-in-the-wool socialised Europe and the Euro are broken and the continent's political system is obviously fatally flawed.

Bailout money, whether from Germany, Australia or China, can't give Europe what it really needs. Europe needs something more than other people's money. It needs a governing class focused on rational economic growth and social welfare....not rule-making.