Thursday, August 10, 2006

In case you forgot...

...there is a war going on. A war in which billions of people in the US and abroad would like nothing more to murder en mass Christians, Jews, westerners, and even Canadians.

Dozens of Muslims were arrested in Britain today in a plot to blow up dozens of planes on their way to the US.

Two Muslims on their way to Ohio from Dearborn, Michigan were arrested with information on domestic flights, flight records, cash, and dozens of cell phones. Indeed, they had previously purchased hundreds of cell phones, and one claimed that it was his "job." Let's hope the FBI finds out who they're working for. Also, for those who don't know, these types of pay-as-you-go phones are perfect for terrorists and as detonators for improvised bombs.

Oh, and there are still eight Egyptian students on student visas running around the US somewhere. I wouldn't be worried about it.

And before someone whines about this being an Orwellian "1984" tactic, I ask you to grow up. These threats are quite obviously real - just ask the passengers that can't carry on luggage when flying out of Britain.

Oh, and on a final note of not forgetting that we are at war, Mike Wallace interviewed Iranian terrorist-enabling anti-semitic nuclear-weapon-seeking tyrannical dictator Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Mike said that Ahmadinejad was "impressive," "smart as hell," and "an interesting man." I do think it's pretty interesting that a man that denies the holocaust, seeks nuclear weapons, and wants Israel and the Jews eradicated, is heralded by the old media as "impressive."

In other news, when Mike Wallace returned home, he made this statement:

We, the Iranian dictator and reporter extraordinaire, from CBS News, have had a further meeting today and are agreed in recognizing that the question of Western-Islamic Fundamentalist relations is of the first importance for our two countries and for the world.

We regard the discussion we had last night as symbolic of the desire of our two peoples never to go to war with one another before Iran get nukes.

We are resolved that the method of appeasement and flattery shall be the method adopted to deal with any other questions that may concern our two countries, and we are determined to continue our efforts to remove possible sources of difference, and thus to contribute to assure the peace of the Earth.

My good friends, for the nth time in our history, a reporter has returned from the middle east after interviewing a dictatorial terrorist tyrant telling the people of the world how great and wonderful he is. I believe it is "peace for our time." Go home and good luck sleeping.

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