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calendar   Monday - July 25, 2005

Blackmail

I am certainly glad I have a thick skull and a big head of hair. How else could I block out all those dangerous gamma rays that are penetrating the atmosphere and damaging the brains of so many people around the world? I sure save a lot of money on tin-foil, not having to build a new “barrier-hat” every day. The latest example of brain-damaged idiots is from .... Britain! Surprised? Not me. I just knew this was coming and it was only a matter of time before some idiot family member of the recently deceased Brazilian was contacted by some greedy barrister. It took a whole two days for the maggots to go after the police ....

imageimageVictim’s Family: Police Must Pay

Monday, July 25, 2005

LONDON, England (CNN)—The family of a Brazilian man shot dead by armed police officers at a London subway station say they are considering legal action. Jean Charles de Menezes, a 27-year-old electrician, was killed in the aftermath of last Thursday’s attempted bombings of the London transit system. However police said on Saturday Menezes “was not connected” with the attacks.

No, he was “connected” to a bad case of STOOPID but don’t let that stop you from donning victim’s robes and demanding payola.

Asked if his family was taking legal action, Menezes’ cousin Alex Alves Pereira said the police had to pay for the mistake.

“They have to pay for that in many ways, because if they do not, they are going to kill many people, they are going to kill thousands of people,” Pereira told BBC television. “They just kill the first person they see, that’s what they did.”

Alex, Alex, where’s your head at, buddy? About five feet up your ass, it seems. Where do you get off making wild statements like this? They don’t have to pay for squat and they have no intentions of killing “thousands of people” .... just the ones who wear heavy overcoats in the Tube in July and run from the cops. Carry a backpack and you’re even more likely to get sent to a dirt nap. They didn’t “kill the first person they see”. They subdued (with extreme prejudice) a suspicious looking character who was resisting arrest. End of story.

“They killed him because they had to show off. If they were so afraid of a bomb why did they let him get on the bus?”

Show off what, pez-head? There is no bravado in taking down a suspected terrorist. They were just doing their job. As for letting him on the bus, I guess because they weren’t just killing the first person they saw. Get your story straight, asshat!

Pereira said his family was upset and angry over the death, and he challenged police statements that Menezes failed to obey orders, and jumped a ticket barrier. He added that no amount of apologizing by police would bring his cousin back.

“When you do something wrong, you can’t have nothing to say—to say sorry is not enough.”

Ahhh, now we get to the root of your whining. You are calling the police liars, in spite of dozens of witnesses to the incident and you’ve got your hand out for money to replace your dead relative. Here, pal .... I’ll give you two-cents, which is about all your dipshit relative was ever worth. He was in the country illegally because his visa had expired and he resisted arrest. He was almost as stupid as you, buddy. Get a clue. No handouts here today. Go back to Brazil and extort money from some of your friends there. Go ahead, knock yourself out. Britain doesn’t need asshats like you or your kin.

On Sunday Metropolitan Police Commissioner said he regretted Menezes’ death but defended the policy of shooting to kill suspected suicide bombers and warned that more people could be shot.

“To the family, I can only offer our deepest regrets,” Metropolitan Police Commissioner Ian Blair told Sky television. “I think we are quite comfortable that the policy is right, but of course these are fantastically difficult times. “It’s still happening out there, there are still officers having to make those calls as we speak,” he said, adding: “Somebody else could be shot.”

Translation: we’re sorry but we have a job to do and if you don’t like it then STFU because you could be next. I like Commissioner Blair’s style. Tell it like it is, old boy!


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/25/2005 at 08:45 AM   
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We need more like this guy

You have certainly heard about Congressman Tom Tancredo’s comments that we should maybe think about targeting Mecca and Medina in the event of a nuke strike in the US.  If course, the usual suspects have their collective panties in a wad.  Well, the good CongressCritter responds.

Many critics of my statements have characterized them as “offensive,” and indeed they may have offended some. But in this battle against fundamentalist Islam, I am hardly preoccupied with political correctness, or who may or may not be offended. Indeed, al-Qaeda cares little if the Western world is “offended” by televised images of hostages beheaded in Iraq, subway bombings in London, train attacks in Madrid, or Americans jumping to their death from the Twin Towers as they collapsed.

Amen brother.  Go read the rest.

OCM, Is he your rep?


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/25/2005 at 08:21 AM   
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Asshat Politician Of The Day

How low can a politican stoop to get votes? No one can get lower than a Democrat when it comes to pandering for votes. We already knew that. They try to make it legal for felons to vote. They bus homeless people to the polls. Now, a Democrat in Pennsylvania shows up at a Marine’s funeral, handing out business cards and telling the family she is against the war. What utter gall! This woman has neither common sense or decency. This newspaper that this article came from has plenty of bias though as they fail to mention anywhere that she is a DemocRAT ....

imageimage(PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE)—The family of a Marine who was killed in Iraq is furious with Lt. Gov. Catherine Baker Knoll for showing up uninvited at his funeral this week, handing out her business card and then saying “our government” is against the war. Rhonda Goodrich of Indiana, Pa., said yesterday that a funeral was held Tuesday at a church in Carnegie for her brother-in-law, Staff Sgt. Joseph Goodrich, 32.

She said he “died bravely and courageously in Iraq on July 10, serving his country.” In a phone interview, Goodrich said the funeral service was packed with people “who wanted to tell his family how Joe had impacted their lives.” Then, suddenly, “one uninvited guest made an appearance, Catherine Baker Knoll.”

She sat down next to a Goodrich family member and, during the distribution of communion, said, “Who are you?” Then she handed the family member one of her business cards, which Goodrich said she still has. “Knoll felt this was an appropriate time to campaign and impose her will on us,” Goodrich said. “I am amazed and disgusted Knoll finds a Marine funeral a prime place to campaign.”

Goodrich said she is positive that Knoll was not invited to the funeral, which was jammed with Marines in dress uniform and police officers, because the fallen Marine had been a policeman in McKeesport and Indiana County. “Our family deserves an apology,” Rhonda Goodrich said. “Here you have a soldier who was killed—dying for his country—in a church full of grieving family members and she shows up uninvited. It made a mockery of Joey’s death.”

What really upset the family, Goodrich said, is that Knoll said, ‘I want you to know our government is against this war,’ “ Goodrich said. She said she is going to seek an answer from Gov. Ed Rendell’s administration if it opposes the fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. Knoll was traveling yesterday, away from the Capitol, and couldn’t be reached. But an aide said she “extends condolences to all families who have lost loved ones” serving in the military.

Without having talked to her, the aide, who asked not to be named, said, “The family members of fallen soldiers are in our hearts and prayers. Our prayers go out to their loved ones in their hour of grief.” Asked to comment on Goodrich’s complaints about Knoll’s conduct at the funeral, the aide said that “would be inappropriate.”


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/25/2005 at 06:45 AM   
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Good Question

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Bruce Plante, Chattanooga, TN, Chattanooga Times Free Press


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/25/2005 at 04:30 AM   
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Monday Morning Wake Up Call

Rise and shine, crew! A whole new work week awaits. Meanwhile, out there in the bad, bad world are thousands of MOOS-LIMS dying to get their seventy-two virgins. They can only dream about what we already have here in America .... and you don’t have to blow yourself up to get one. Now, ain’t that a sweet deal?

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/25/2005 at 04:00 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - July 24, 2005

Alabama Legislators Seek To Castrate Sex Offenders

First off, let me state quite plainly that I am all for this kind of punishment. With that said, it appears the Alabama legislature is prepared to vote on a law that would force sex offenders who prey on children to undergo castration ....

(WPMI - MONTGOMERY, Ala.) (AP) - Some members of the Alabama House say that violent sex offenders who prey on children should be forced to undergo surgical castration to ensure that they do not hurt another child.

In an effort to strengthen a bill toughening the state’s laws against sex offenders, the House added an amendment Thursday by Rep. Steve Hurst, D-Munford, that would require those convicted of violent sex crimes against children under 12 to undergo the operation to remove their sex drive.

“Someone 12 or under can’t defend themselves. I don’t believe they should ever be back in society. But if they are going to be back in society, it should be in a reformed way where they can’t become a repeat offender,” Hurst said.

The amendment sparked a heated debate in the Legislature, with some lawmakers saying that no punishment is too tough if it protects children, while others said talk of extreme punishments like castration was political rhetoric aimed at helping legislators get re-elected next year.

At one point the discussion became so graphic that Speaker Seth Hammett, D-Andalusia, stopped the debate and reminded lawmakers that there were “citizens of all ages” observing in the House gallery.

The bill, as originally introduced in the Legislature, provides tougher sentences for sex offenders, removes the possibility of probation or parole from sex offenders and requires some to wear electronic monitoring devices after they are released from prison. The original bill is being supported by Gov. Bob Riley and Attorney General Troy King.

The Senate voted Thursday to approve the original bill and send it to the House to consider. The House, meanwhile, passed the amended version with castration and sent it to the Senate, where it has not been considered by a committee.

When the House Judiciary Committee took up the Senate-passed bill Friday, King told the committee that he feared the legislation would be unconstitutional if it included the castration provision, citing a 1940s Supreme Court ruling that said sterilization was an unconstitutional punishment.

“I would hate to see us invite a constitutional challenge that I feel we can’t win,” King said. The committee approved a Senate-passed version that does not include the castration amendment, but an attempt to add the language is expected when the bill comes up for final passage in the House Tuesday.

I propose that this should be standard punishment for first time offenders. Second offense would involve hot tar, feathers, a tall tree and some stout rope. But that’s just me. I’m a real gentle kind of guy ....


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/24/2005 at 02:09 PM   
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Automatic Human Washing Machine

From Gizmodo, we learn of the latest technical innovation from Japan, the land of high-tech cleanliness and low-tech English ....

imageimageThose who see showering as an inefficient process in obvious need of technical innovation should be delighted by the Avant “Santelubain 999” automatic personal washing machine. Upon slipping inside the clamshell-chic device, users will find a variety of functions at their fingertips including everything from “Body Shampoo & Shower,” and “Sound Therapy,” to the decidedly Japanese “Seaweed Pack.”

Japanese beauty and health site iSpot.jp has published a first-hand report of the washer which, when run through google translate, results in a perfectly appropriate engrish account of the experience:

“The ah which is true. The smut it is, don’t you think? it is is. The ho it is with the washer we would like to see!”

“With just 1 time appears only the effect of that appearance, but when some time over again, because metabolism is improved, not only the body effect, you can improve also cold characteristic and the solid seeing, so is.”


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/24/2005 at 01:50 PM   
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British Bleeding Hearts Complain

Three things are happening in Britain right now, all as a result of the recent bombings. (1) The cops aren’t taking any chances with suspicious characters, as evidenced in last week’s fatal shooting of a fleeing suspect; (2) British immigration officers are finding unique ways to deny entry to asylum seekers; (3) The bleeding heart Liberals in Britain are up in arms over both numbers (1) and (2). This proves once and for all that Liberals everywhere had rather be dead or enslaved to Islam than act rationally. The woman in the story below needs a size 12 ClueBat up side her head ....

(Guardian- UK)—Asylum seekers are being ‘inappropriately’ turned away amid a climate of political pressure and hostile media coverage, an official watchdog has warned. Mary Coussey is the independent race monitor appointed by the Home Office to oversee instances where the usual laws on discrimination are waived to allow the immigration service to do its job. That includes allowing immigration officers to treat nationals from ‘priority countries’ differently from everyone else at ports of entry.

Coussey found evidence of immigration officers apparently deciding in advance to reject someone then ‘looking for evidence to justify a refusal’. She was even told by a couple of officers that they ‘liked refusals’ - turning suspicious entrants back at ports - because they thought it was more interesting than just letting people in. Coussey’s review of more than 40 asylum claims found evidence of ‘inappropriate decision-making’. She said: ‘Several refusal decisions were based on caseworkers’ assumptions of what should have occurred, or on small discrepancies and inconsistencies in accounts of events, giving the impression that whatever the applicant’s experience, some grounds for refusal would be found.’

Asylum seekers were being rejected if they had not sought medical treatment after alleged brutalities, even if they lived in war zones where it was impossible to get medical help, she said. One applicant was told that an attack they had suffered, in which others had died, was so bad that ‘it is not believed that you would have been able to survive’. Others were turned down on the basis of assumptions of what officers thought they might do themselves in the circumstances.

Calling for a more balanced public debate, Coussey said that ‘hostile, inaccurate and derogatory’ press coverage of asylum and immigration, plus ‘comments by a few politicians’, were having an impact. ‘I do not doubt that this negative atmosphere can affect decision-making on individual cases, as it makes caution and suspicion more likely,’ she added. Repeated references to abuse of the system and reducing asylum applications - which Tony Blair and then Home Secretary David Blunkett promised to do before the election - ‘tend to reinforce popular misconceptions that abuse is enormous in scale’, when it was only a small proportion of entrants.

Home Secretary Charles Clarke accepted ‘many of the comments on inappropriate and speculative reasoning’ by officials, but said the majority of decisions appeared to be correct. He rejected Coussey’s calls for an independent element in decision-making. However, the Refugee Council warned that the report, which was published on the Home Office website on the day of the 7 July London bombings, said it helped to explain why so many rejected claimants appealed - thus delaying their removal from the country.

‘The examples cited in the report of refusals made by Home Office caseworkers are jaw-dropping, but what is truly shocking is that the report contains so many of them,’ said a spokeswoman. ‘The report paints a picture of a system dominated by a “culture of disbelief”, in which refusals are the norm and stories of persecution are only ever accepted grudgingly.’ For some nationalities, such as Somalians and Eritreans, more than a third of those rejected have the decision overturned on appeal. The Refugee Council spokeswoman said that unless decisions were made clearly and fairly in the first place, the government would struggle to reduce delays in the system and speed up removals.

Like I said, Ms. Coussey needs to get a clue. It’s past time to tighten up at Britain’s ports of entry. Here in America, we need to do the same thing on our Southern border. And, most importantly, both the US and Britain need to send into exile the bleeding heart asshats on the Left who are preaching tolerance of those people overseas who would either rob us blind or kill us. Let the Liberals go live over there where freedom is only a word in someone else’s dictionary. I’m sure Ms. Coussey would look nice in a burkha, enslaved and beaten regularly by an Arab husband, dont’cha think?


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/24/2005 at 11:39 AM   
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Seven In A Row

Lance Armstrong does it again. He won the Tour De France Lance with a four minute lead over the nearest rider. He plans to retire now and give the French a chance to play with their bicycles again without an American around to shame them any further ....

imageimage(BBC)—Lance Armstrong sealed a seventh successive Tour de France victory amid chaotic scenes at the finish in Paris.

The Texan, riding his last-ever race, narrowly avoided a nasty crash moments before reaching the Champs-Elysees. But he survived the scare to finish safely four minutes clear of Ivan Basso overall with Jan Ullrich in third spot.

Alexandre Vinokourov savoured stage glory, while Thor Hushovd secured the green jersey and Mickael Rasmussen was crowned King of the Mountains. But the day belonged to Armstrong, who rode into retirement with a record seventh win in cycling’s most prestigious event.

The 33-year-old overcame life-threatening cancer before landing his first Tour de France victory in 1999. And in the following years, he beat the likes of Marco Pantani, Joseba Beloki, Basso and rival-in-chief Ullrich to retain his title time and again.

Despite speculation that he might struggle to keep focused in his final year of competition, Armstrong was never troubled in 2005. He took a minute out of Ullrich on the opening day and assumed absolute control of proceedings on stage 10 - a brutal Alpine slog to Courchevel - before signing off with a dominant time-trial win on the penultimate stage.


Overall classification:
1. Lance Armstrong (US/Discovery) 82h 34min 05sec
2. Ivan Basso (Ita/CSC) at 4:40
3. Jan Ullrich (Ger/T-Mobile) at 6:21
4. Francisco Mancebo (Spa/Balears) at 9:59
5. Alexandre Vinokourov (Kaz/T-Mobile) at 11:01
6. Levi Leipheimer (US/Gerolsteiner) at 11:21
7. Mickael Rasmussen (Den/Rabobank) at 11:33
8. Cadel Evans (Aus/Lotto) at 11:55
9. Floyd Landis (US/Phonak) at 12:44
10. Oscar Pereiro (Spa/Phonak) at 16:04



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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/24/2005 at 11:18 AM   
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Feeding Time

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/24/2005 at 11:09 AM   
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How It Begins

This is always how war begins. One nation state gets pissed at another, imposes sanctions and the other nation state gets pissed and retaliates with a sneak attack causing full-scale war. Mark my words. The next thing you know the Aruban Air Force will be bombing Mobile Bay, sinking the USS Alabama and finally, the Alabama National Guard will be deployed in a massive invasion of Aruba forcing the island nation to unconditionally surrender. Then Alabama will be stuck occupying the island for the next fifty years ........ then again, maybe not ....

Alabama House asks residents to boycott Aruba

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The Alabama House passed a resolution Friday asking Alabama residents to boycott travel to Aruba, where a teenager has been missing for more than seven weeks. The resolution expresses concern that no one has been charged in the disappearance of 18-year-old Natalee Holloway of Mountain Brook, Ala.

Holloway, who attended junior high school in Clinton, Miss., and whose father lives in Meridian, Miss., disappeared May 30. Her disappearance came hours before she was to catch a return flight to Alabama at the end of a high school graduation trip to the Dutch Caribbean island.

Since Holloway’s disappearance, authorities in Aruba have detained seven people in the case, but only Joran van der Sloot, the 17-year-old son of a judge in training, remains in custody. Holloway was last seen in public leaving a nightclub with van der Sloot.

The resolution was sponsored by Rep. Leslie Vance, D-Phenix City, who said he hopes the threat of losing tourist dollars will encourage officials in Aruba to speed up the investigation.

“This is a way to say to the authorities down there that you have to get serious about this,” Vance said. Rep. Jim Carns, R-Mountain Brook, whose district includes Holloway’s residence, said he supports the resolution. “I think we need to do something to get their attention,” Carns said. “One of our citizens went their as a tourist and apparently something terrible happened.”

The resolution is not a law. Vance said it is just a recommendation asking Alabama tourists to avoid Aruba until the Holloway case is resolved.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/24/2005 at 09:25 AM   
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Thanks For The Memories

I’ve always heard that women judge a man’s sexiness by looking at his butt. I don’t know whether that’s true or not (maybe some of our ladies here can clear the matter up) but in Florida, there are two ladies who were very impressed with one man’s buns recently ....

Women Will Never Forget Naked Butt
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. | July 23, 2005

Two elderly women who woke to see a naked man flee from their bedrooms in separate incidents say they will never forget the man’s naked butt.

A 73-year-old woman, who asked her name not be made public, said she awoke last Saturday to find a skinny nude man with brown hair in a ponytail standing at the foot of her bed, reported the Daytona Beach (Fla.) News Journal reported Friday.

“I screamed and he ran”, the woman said.

Another woman, who also asked her name not be made public, woke up Sunday and stepped on a naked man next to her bed. She ran into the bathroom with the phone and called police.

“He did not make a sound”, the 79-year-old woman said. “I did not see his face, all I saw was his naked behind. That is something I will never forget.”

New Smyrna Beach, Fla., police say five other similar incidents have occurred since 2001.

However, the 73-year-old woman, who lives across the street from the 79-year-old woman have been victimized twice.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/24/2005 at 01:37 AM   
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Desperation

The Taliban and Al-Qaeda may be on their last legs in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Pakistan’s government is cracking down, arresting hundreds and in Afghanistan, the Taliban has lost so many fighters in recent attacks that they are now recruiting children, literally “drafting” them away from their families. Reports are that the Taliban has lost over 500 fighters in recent months and are now forcing families to give up their 14 year old sons to fight. This is just like the death throes of Nazi Germany in 1945. The murderous fiends always resort to putting children and old men in the line of fire to sustain their ideology of hatred. It is sad, terribly sad but it is a sign that we are winning the war against these madmen. If only there were some way to keep the children out of this. If only ....

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - Fierce fighting in recent months has devastated the ranks of the Taliban, prompting the rebels to recruit children and force some families to provide one son to fight with them, a U.S. commander said Saturday.

The fighting has fractured the Taliban’s command structure, preventing the militants from regrouping, even though there has been an upsurge in violence, Maj. Gen. Jason Kamiya, the U.S. military operational commander in Afghanistan, told The Associated Press in an interview.

Despite the setback — more than 500 rebels have been killed since March — the militants are likely to step up attacks in the lead-up to crucial Sept. 18 legislative elections, he said.

“The Taliban and al-Qaida feel that this is their final chance to impede Afghanistan’s progress to ... becoming a nation,” Kamiya said. “They will challenge us all the way through Sept. 18.”

He said the rebels were desperately trying to recruit new fighters to replace those killed recently, and has even forced families in some areas “to give up one son to fight.”

“They have been hit so hard they now have to recruit more fighters. They are recruiting younger and younger fighters: 14, 15 and 16 years-old,” Kamiya said. “The enemy is having a hard time keeping its recruit rates up.”


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/24/2005 at 01:12 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - July 23, 2005

Guest Post: British Police Did The Right Thing

Today’s guest post is from Phil at TuffBeingRight blog site. Phil is excited that the Brits are sending terrorists to their dirt nap. So am I ....

It is a great day in Britain, indeed! Why? Because there is at least one Churchill left in the island nation. After two bomb attacks (shhh… by Muslims) on London subway and bus lines in as many weeks, Tony Blair reaches out to Islamic leaders and the BBC decides not to use the word “terrorist” to describe those that slaughter civilians because they are concerned their credibility is undermined by the “careless use of words which carry emotional or value judgments”.

Read more about it here.

Yet deep inside this land of politically correct BBC fairies, one nameless British hero has personified the stoic resolve of the Churchill’s England. What did this paladin do to win such accolades? He was able to literally look inside the mind of radical Islam by blasting out the brains of a terrorism suspect at the Stockwell tube station. Statements from witnesses include:

“He half-tripped, was half-pushed to the floor,” Whitby said. “One of the police officers was holding a black automatic pistol in his left hand. They held it down to him and unloaded five shots into him. I saw it. He’s dead, five shots, he’s dead.”

Read more about it here.

Sweeeeet!! And it gets even better! The suspect suffered before his demise:

Witnesses said about 10 armed, plain-clothed police officers chased the suspect. He tripped, and, after telling bystanders to get down, police shot him dead.

“They pushed him onto the floor and unloaded five shots into him. He’s dead,” witness Mark Whitby told the British Broadcasting Corp. “He looked like a cornered fox. He looked petrified.”

Read more about it here.

It is about time someone handled terrorists with the appropriate response. When I discussed this with Mrs. Tuff, she expressed concern, claiming that the guy was down, cornered and not going anywhere. Why turn him into a pin cushion? My response was threefold.

First, if it feels good, just do it.

Second, bombers are not like muggers. Even a breath away from death, a nutty Muslim can still press a switch in his pocket and take several innocent bystanders with him. You can’t just wound them, even mortally. You must instantly neutralize the threat - this means turning the central nervous system of the bad guy into a Picasso. Do it “for the children.”

Third, Muslims across the globe need to learn an important lesson. Don’t screw with us. When was the last time you heard of terrorist cells attacking mainland China? I wonder why that is? Even if this guy was innocent of terrorist activity, wasting him was the right thing to do. Pretty harsh, huh? Islamic leaders in England have made it that way.

In a country with no Patriot Act, England has allowed radical Muslim leaders to fester inside their borders. These Islamic chieftains are sociopaths and schizophrenic. They “discredit” killing innocents, but then say - or at least imply, that these same killings are justified:

Shahid Butt said he believed the threat to Britain would reduce if it pulled its troops out of Iraq. He said: “At the end of the day, these things [violent incidents] are going to happen if current British foreign policy continues. There’s a lot of rage, there’s a lot of anger in the Muslim community.

Read more about it here.

OK, just do what they say and all will be well. But wait, there’s more:

A new poll says about a quarter of British Muslims sympathise with the motives of the London bombers, if not their methods. And the survey in London’s Daily Telegraph shows one-third of British Muslims believe Western society is immoral.

The poll asked Muslims if they felt the July the 7th suicide attacks in which 56 peopled died were justified, and six per cent said they were.

Read more about it here.

And just in case you thought terrorism would “go away” if we just got out of Iraq and Afghanistan, divested from Israel, or some other asinine ‘demand de jour’ from the Muslims, here’s a glimpse into their real motivations:

Bakri said he would like Britain to become an Islamic state but feared he would be deported before his dream was realized. “I would like to see the Islamic flag fly, not only over number 10 Downing Street, but over the whole world,” he said.

Read more about it here.

And the buffoons from the left calls the US “imperialist?” These nutty sheikhs claim that the west should grieve over the deaths of Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan by US troops as well as the citizens of London. I wonder how they feel about the Muslims killed by the Taliban or Saddam Hussein or now in yesterday’s attacks in Egypt.

So now in this climate, a man leaves a house suspected and watched by police. He heads to a London subway station in the middle of summer wearing a heavy coat. Police at the tube station order him to stop. He bolts, trips and police catch him. Was stitching the suspect an appropriate action by police? You betcha!





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Posted by tuffbeingright   United States  on 07/23/2005 at 11:55 AM   
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