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December 31st 2005

Religion Of Peace Strikes Again

Those peace-loving Muslims in Indonesia have struck again, bombing a Christian market in Palu, where Muslims have been busy beheading and murdering Christians for some time.

Reuters, true to form, can’t report reality. After mentioning that storekeepers in the market were (Oh. My. God.) selling pork, the news service says of the bombing, “But it appeared to be linked to regional tensions, not international Islamic militancy.” If that’s the case, one wonders why Reuters goes on to report “that security was being tightened, especially in places of worship.”

I can only read that to mean Reuters is differentiating between regional Islamic militancy and international Islamic militancy, a nuance that is surely lost on the families of seven who died in the blast.

“Oh, good. Our children weren’t killed by international Muslim terrorists! That’s a relief!”

In early Christianity, it was quickly understood that religious differences in food preparation should not get in the way of faith — that Christians should adapt to the food preferences of their hosts in order to minimize barriers to the Gospel.

In Islam, apparently the lesson is to kill those with different customs regarding food, in order to minimize the number of non-Muslims.

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December 31st 2005

Not Yet Ready For Nationhood

Reuters is reporting that Palestinian gunmen have attacked a U.N. workers’ club in Gaza City, blowing up the club’s bar.

In classic understatement, Reuters said the attack is “a new sign of unrest in the chaotic territory.”

Palestine is massively dependent on the goodwill and good wallet of the U.N. Still, I don’t think this attack was a cry for fiscal independence and no more doles.

Have the baby blue-heads been child molesting again? Or perhaps they’re not doling out enough money?

Or perhaps the Palestinians just want to strengthen their international reputation as the people most likely to trash their international reputation.

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December 31st 2005

Social Democracies Gone Wild

Another reminder of why we’re glad America is not a social democracy: We do not yet have employment tribunals. Let’s call this the Case of the Lime unCordial, from the London Times:

A LESBIAN shop worker sacked for throwing a bag of flour at a customer who called her a “filthy dyke” has won her case for unfair dismissal.

Caroline Gardener snapped after the man became abusive when he was unable to find any lime cordial in the shop. She claimed that he pushed her, called her useless and told her: “Get your sex life sorted out.”

Miss Gardener, 45, retaliated by throwing a packet of flour at the back of his head. When they went to the manager’s office to complain about each other’s conduct, Miss Gardener lunged at the customer.

She told the tribunal: “I didn’t go for his throat, I just went for his collar [nice defense!] because he had really upset me. When he called me a filthy dyke I had a pack of flour in my hand and, although I regret it now, I threw it at the back of his head. He then turned round and said, ‘You are a dyke and you’re going to get the sack’.”

Miss Gardener was dismissed for violent and insulting behaviour after a disciplinary hearing in September last year. She took Booker Cash & Carry to an employment tribunal, claiming breach of contract, unfair dismissal and discrimination on the ground of sexual orientation.

The tribunal panel ruled that Miss Gardener … had been unfairly dismissed; but that she had not been dismissed because of her sexuality ….

That means in England it’s unfair to fire someone for throwing objects at customers and lunging at them. This guy certainly is a strong argument against “the customer is always right,” but still, I think anyone but a socialist-leaning bureacrat would say it’s ok to give her the sack for nailing him with a sack.

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December 31st 2005

Sue Bob Rocks

Stuck in rainy Dana Point on the cloudy California Coast, I’m thinking a little hot and funny Texas reading might be on point, and I’m right.

Sue Bob on Brokeback Mountain:

My point is that I have known cowboys. No cowboy that I have ever known would get in another cowboy’s tent and snuggle to the point of fornication. My cowboys would freeze to death first.

This dumbass movie apparently has a scene alleging that some red-state people retaliated against some old cowboys who lived together as lovers by taking one and killing and mutilating his privates. BS! Country people keep to themselves and don’t interfere in the business of others. I say that any pair of cowboys who descended into fornication with each other, would have killed themselves before any neighbor even contemplated such a thing.

Sue Bob on Muslim anti-female attrocities and strong women:

A Battered Woman’s group used to call me to ask me to donate old cell phones. They stopped after I told them that I would rather donate a short-barrelled 20 guage shotgun and shooting lessons to one of their clients. I told them that I couldn’t see the efficacy of a woman calling 911 in the midst of a beating by a goon.

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December 31st 2005

US About To Strike Iran?

German media are running reports that Washington is well on its way to planning military strikes against Iran’s nuclear facilities. Der Spiegel reports:

According to [reporter Udo] Ulfkotte’s report, “western security sources” claim that during CIA Director Porter Goss’ Dec. 12 visit to Ankara, he asked Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to provide support for a possibile 2006 air strike against Iranian nuclear and military facilities. More specifically, Goss is said to have asked Turkey to provide unfettered exchange of intelligence that could help with a mission.

Iran’s nuclear ambitions are undeniable and cannot be allowed to proceed. The country is just too crazy and irresponsible to have a bomb, but a strike on Iran will be dicey, given Iran’s unstable Sunni population. Bush’s focus is always on our safety, and it’s very likely he’s come to see Iran as a more immediate threat than Iraqi instability.

The German response is interesting. Der Spiegel provides no man-on-the-street or politician quotes, but does say:

The German wire service also quotes a high-ranking German military official saying: “I would be very surprised if the Americans, in the mid-term, didn’t take advantage of the opportunity delivered by Tehran. The Americans have to attack Iran before the country can develop nuclear weapons. After that would be too late.”

If an action is in the works, the Turkish response will be more important and more complex.

Also interesting, if there’s any truth to this story, would be the response of the Dems and the American left. They’ve said all along Iraq was the wrong target. Will they now say the same thing about an Iran that’s about to have nuclear-tipped missiles and ambitions of annihlation?

h/t memeorandum

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December 31st 2005

A Cop Who Was There When Needed

From It’s Morning Somewhere, a road rage story we wish were true, with a lesson that is true:

An honest man was being tailgated by a stressed out woman on a busy boulevard. Suddenly, the light turned yellow, just in front of him. He did the right thing, stopping at the crosswalk, even though he could have beaten the red light by accelerating through the intersection.

The tailgating woman hit the roof, and the horn, screaming in frustration as she missed her chance to get through the intersection. As she was still in mid-rant, she heard a tap on her window and looked up into the face of a very serious police officer. The officer ordered her to exit her car with her hands up!

He took her to the police station where she was searched, finger printed, photographed, and placed in a holding cell. After a couple of hours, a policeman approached the cell and opened the door. She was escorted back to the booking desk where the arresting officer was waiting with her personal effects.

He said, “I’m very sorry for this mistake. You see, I pulled up behind your car while you were blowing your horn, flipping off the guy in front of you, and cussing a blue streak at him. “I noticed the ‘Choose Life’ license plate holder, the ‘What Would Jesus Do’ bumper sticker, the ‘Follow Me to Sunday-School’ bumper sticker, and the chrome-plated Christian fish emblem on the trunk. Naturally, I assumed you had stolen the car.”

h/t memeorandum

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December 31st 2005

Inside Dope On ANWR Failure

Robert Novak reports:

Before the Senate refused to close debate on the defense appropriations bill containing a provision to permit oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), Sen. Ted Stevens of Alaska several times assured the White House that he had the votes to invoke cloture.

The White House relied entirely on Stevens, president pro tempore of the Senate as the chamber’s senior Republican, to get the votes. But he did not collect the two-thirds of senators needed to force the bill to a vote, and ANWR was removed from the military bill.

Stevens admitted defeat with an unusually bitter speech Dec. 21, the last night the full Senate was in session. “I don’t deserve some of the comments that have been made by some senators,” he said, referring to criticism for inserting ANWR in the defense bill. He indicated he especially resented criticism by Democratic Sen. Robert Byrd, the Senate’s senior member.

In politics as in farming, it’s a bad idea to put all your eggs in one basket.

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December 31st 2005

Dana Point Blogging

My wife’s family is converging on Dana Point, CA for her mom’s 80th birthday tomorrow. There will be 50 of us for tomorrow’s lunch, so I’ll be with in-law-ing instead of on-lining most of the time.

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December 30th 2005

British Trio Freed In Gaza

Good news on the Burton family, which was freed today, two days after being kidnapped near Bethlehem.

No details were released, so it appears to have been a ransom kidnapping. Ransom paid, hostages released — an old fashioned kidnapping. Lucky for the Burtons. Unlucky for anyone else, because if you allow ransom kidnappings to succeed, it only creates more ransom kidnappers and kidnappees.

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December 30th 2005

VDH On Laziness In Victory

Oh, how I wish I could write with the clarity of purpose of Mark Steyn or Victor Davis Hanson. VDH’s latest is wonderful, on how incapable of fighting and winning America has become. Here’s an excerpt, but read the whole thing:

Precisely because we are winning this war and have changed the contour of the Middle East, we expect even more — and ever more quickly, without cost in lives or treasure. So rather than stopping to praise and commemorate those who gave us our success, we can only rush ahead to destroy those who do not give us even more.

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