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Thursday, January 8, 2015

No more Coast to Coast A.M.



"To err is human.  To forgive, divine.  Neither of which is Marine Corps policy"

Old USMC saying.


I watched the news about the terrorist attack in Paris.  Just to get the Islamic spin, I switched to Al Jazeera. They have a lot of money but their program directors are very inept.  First they had their pet American announcer tell about the event, but he made it clear that this was not anything to do with Islam, that Moslems all over the world were deeply saddened, etc. etc.  Then his guest started reading congratulatory emails and "tweets" from all over the world, praising the attack, lavishing plaudits on the terrorists, and exulting in the massacre. A strange juxtaposition of the message, at best.  Not that I believe for a second any of the crocodile tears. I remember 911, and watching the Palestinian Authority mouth piece saying how sorry they were about the attack. Then the news crews went out into the streets and Palestinians were honking horns, dancing, the women were making that "trilling" sound they make, and handing out little cakes and candies. They have a very odd way of manifesting grief, do the Moslems.




But watching Al Jazerra is like listening to Lord Haw Haw or Tokyo Rose in World War II. You listen for what you can learn, but you don't buy the B.S.  You know you are listening to the enemy.

I finished all the final work on the cold preparations. The wind was howling, I made a sandwich and sat down in my easy chair at 1:00 a.m. to listen to Coast to Coast.  Noory came on, with some limp member who writes for World Net Daily.  The first news story was about Paris, as you would expect. But what to my disbelieving ears did appear?  Noory and this buffoon start talking about how it's all the fault of the journalists who were murdered, and how they understood how the terrorists felt, and really, my dear, didn't the French bring it on themselves by "disrespecting" Allah and Mohammed. Noory held forth about how he had been taught as a child that you should always respect someone else's religion, no matter how strange and alien it might seem to you.  The guest, who's not important enough that I remember his name, allowed that he "loved" Moslems and had marched in some of their events and demonstrations.

At that point, I decided that my policy of listening to George Noory, though he wouldn't make a pimple on Art Bell's derriere, had been misguided.  Turned it off,  removed the frequency from my frequency memory list on the radio.  I sent W.C. Crane, a radio company that advertises on Coast to Coast and from whom I have purchased equipment,  C. Crane Radio  an email explaining what was said on Coast to Coast. I'm still going to buy from them, because they are a good outfit and didn't know what was being said anyway, but I thought they should know.

I also sent Noory an email asking what mosque he attends and whether he is Sunni or Shiite. Just wondered.





34 comments:

  1. That's amazing! Did he forget that it is wrong to murder people? I wouldn't listen anymore either.

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  2. I've listened to the show for years, but I'm not going to lend any support at all, however marginal, to some idiot who sympathizes with Islamic terrorists and says people who make the Islamists mad are asking for what they get.

    The guy he was interviewing went on to elaborate on how offensive it was that the French cartoonists had disrespected Mohammed, and how it really shouldn't be allowed but in the name of free speech we all had to tolerate the intolerable. I wondered who made this mealy mouthed wimp the arbitrator of what is tolerable and what is not. Ever so often they would say something about how you really shouldn't murder people you disagree with, but then they went right back to saying that the terrorists were justifiably upset and you could understand their actions. Twenty minutes of it was all I could handle.

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    1. harry,
      did you see where some gov't. official in scandinavia , a female herself, said the rape rate , which has skyrocketed in denmark, for example, since the turks moved in, is the fault of scandinavian women since they do not defer to islamic dress codes when they know it is a sensitive issue to moslems!
      of course, my question is, where are the men?? are these the people descended from vikings?
      deb h.

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  3. What the French cartoonists were doing has a long long history. Political satire is one of the roots of free speech and democracy. That I will defend, no if, ands, or buts about it.

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    1. Voltaire was as renowned for his acerbic wit as he was for his philosophy. Satirical repartee is a long standing part of French political life. You are exactly right.

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  4. Harry, While I feel sorry for the family's of those killed, I feel they brought it upon themselves. C2C changed when Mr Bell stepped down (passed??). I used to listen on the way home from work years ago.

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    1. Hey Rob,

      (captaincrunch)

      With respect Rob' I have to strongly disagree with you.

      If we lose the freedom to say what we think then we lose three thousand years of civilization. A great many parts of our culture and our laws are based on the Ancient Greet system of democracy. Some in Ancient Rome borrowed the Greek system and improved on it. The Magna Carta and many other documents including The Constitution were based on the idea's of freedom and freedom of speech.
      If we cave in to political correctness and barbarism then we will be ushered into a new dark age.
      I support the cartoonist in France and hell if they made an English language version of there cartoons, I will read them.

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    2. Rob, the Islamic terrorists said the same thing. "they drew first"

      +1 to CC

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    3. Rob, If a kid on the playground stands up to a bully, and gets beaten up as a result, is "he brought it on himself" all there is to the matter?

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  5. Hey Harry,


    (captaincrunch)

    I'm gonna rant a little so I am warning readers with gentle eyes to move onto the next comment.

    I am mentally sickened by all this. I hate islam. I think islam is a sham, a cult. Islam was set up with the intention of taking property from others and excuse for others to find the easy way out by not working and justifying theft.

    If someone studies 'Jihad" and what one can gain from Jihad by taking property, slaves and forcing others to pay a high tax "Jizra" to be able to practice a religeon that is not islam. If someone can not pay the Jizra then that someone will be enslaved and their property and women taken.

    I see attacks on Christians every day on tv, in movies etc and I don't see many Christians going bonkers as muslims do. We can't make fun of a camel humper known as mohommed (I cant even spell that child molesters name right) I wish I was a cartoonist that could do digital animation. I would do some stuff and get on that hit list. That's it bubba, bring your camel to Texas.

    Oh' and the "idiot and chief' in the white house said something about 'the future islam does not belong to those who slander the prophet". Well guess what, I slander the 'idiot and chief' almost as much as I slander the "prophet"

    Its called the "The First Freaking Amendment" in the Constitution" Dammit!

    Oh' just thought you would want to know that we do "as a country" pay a 'Jizra" to countries like Egypt, Pakistan, and all the others in billions of tax dollars that are given away every year to pay them off.

    I am tired of all this. It will never cease. Five thousand years ago they were cutting each others heads off in the desert. Five thousand years from now, they will still be cutting each others heads in the desert.

    On subject of George Noory and Coast to Coast.

    I stopped listening to them awhile ago when I had my fill of "space alien ancient astronaut bigfoots creatures" from Atlantis seeded the Earth with 'space slime' 20 billion years ago.
    What really drove me nuts too was listening to some writer rant for three hours about this subject while they took hits off their 'hooka' water pipes (bongs)





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    1. I wouldn't disagree with your point of view. About the only hopeful signs in this struggle is that the average citizens of Europe are showing more courage and more understanding of the dangers of Islamic expansionism. There are large and well organized resistance movements on the political front growing in Europe. I only wish people here would wake up. We did the same thing before World War Two, though. Sticking our heads in the sand until someone kicks us in the ass is a long time American trait.

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  6. Caught the Hannity interview with London Imam Anjem Choudari in London last night. Enough to make you wretch.
    http://youtu.be/UKI3qyBZ2CM
    Choudari IS the POS that is fomenting, and subsidizing all these terror acts in UK and Europe. It is high time we turn the tables on them and start exterminating these worthless pieces of excrement.

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    1. It's obscene that these individuals can sit in Western countries, like bloated spiders in the center of a web, and work to destroy Western civilization using the laws they themselves despise, to do so.

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  7. Religion of peace my butt. The press has become complicit in their atrocities.

    Deo Vindice

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    1. The main stream media has adopted the leftist ideology of multiculturalism. That means, per force, they can't tolerate any criticism of Islam, no matter how valid it is. That's why the flower drum circle gated community elite hate Fox News so much.

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  8. I am sick of hearing how Islam is a "peaceful" religion. I also see the rise in this religion and how they are systematically taking over the world, and if you don't convert and conform, you are dead.

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    1. Islam as a religion of peace is a bad joke. They're doing a lot better in the war between Islam and the West because so many people in the West won't acknowledge that there is such a war though it's been going on for more than a millennium. So many think that if you love them then surely they will love you back. I haven't seen any examples of this theory working out.

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  9. It was Jerome Corsi from WND

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  10. That guy was a fatuous wanker, as our British cousins say. I have no use or tolerance for the love thy enemy mind set.

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  11. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    check this out......


    Churchill knew it:

    How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy.

    The effects are apparent in many countries. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live.

    A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity. The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property, either as a child, a wife, or a concubine, must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men.

    Individual Moslems may show splendid qualities, but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it.

    No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science, the science against which it had vainly struggled, the civilization of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilization of ancient Rome.

    – Sir Winston Churchill (The River War


    I found this on theblaze.com

    'No stronger retrograde force exists in the world"

    that's the line that got me. Churchill was ahead of his time.

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    1. That's a great quote. I appreciate your going to the trouble of doing all the typing to post it. I have read his histories of the two world wars, but have not read the River War.. I'm a big admirer of Winston Churchill.

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    2. Hey Harry,

      (captaincrunch)

      All I did was copy and paste it from some other guys comment I found on the theblaze.com. I cant take credit for something I did not do.

      I gotta do some research on Churchill's book 'The River War"

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    3. You did get it posted, that's what matters.

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  12. Never had much t say about Noory OR Corsi, but I'd be glad to chip in for plane fare to send both of them to Afghanistan for a bicycle tour of the countryside. They could even wear T-shirts that said "Infidels for Allah", and I'd pay for those, too.

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    1. That's a good idea. Make the tickets one way and I'll chip in as well.

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  13. I found out about this before I saw it on the news. One of my illustrator friends was friends with one of the victims.

    She had a picture of herself (Anita Kunz), Ralph Steadman (does/did illustrations for Flying Dog Beer and Fear and Loathing in Los Vegas), and Georges Wolinski (victim) together with a blurb about what had happened.

    Anita does illustrations often for The New Yorker. When Osama Bin Laden was on the loose Anita did illustrations Osama Bin Laden hiding in a NY subway, and him dressed as Santa being a bell ringer. Hiding in plain sight, so to speak. Her work certainly pushes the boundaries just like those that were shot a few days ago.

    I wish we had free speech.

    So much of me wishes I could read some of the writing on their cartoons. I can see that they pushed buttons, but can't read it because it's in French. My understanding is that it's equivalent to South Park here. I don't really care for the style of South Park, but it's the best example I could come up with. They have a lot of hidden things in their cartoons that could piss people off. You could say late night people like Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon do the same.

    Most of the artwork I like does push buttons. That does bring up the question, Can one go too far?

    It's really based on interpretation. One thing said, or done could become a big deal, or no big deal at all. Sometimes we have enemies lurking in the shadows.

    If someone were to do sexually explicit artwork they don't deserve to be raped. This group of artists didn't deserve to get killed.

    Terrorists aren't of the norm though. They are monsters. I don't believe that the average Muslim is like them.

    People that belong to Westboro Baptist Church say they are Christians. There are MANY Christians who think they are wack jobs.

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    1. Always remember this about Westboro Baptist "Church": It actually has less than two dozen members, and they are all from the same extended family. It's not a real church that just anyone can join or even attend, and it's real goal is to get people to act against them so that they can sue, as several of the senior members are lawyers and they sue at the drop of a hat if denies access to any event or location. That's their real schtick and it has nothing to do with God or worship.

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    2. Larissa, you know me. I don't subscribe to any religion at all. I do hope that some aspects of religion are true because it makes things like my ferrets passing away easier to bear. I also think that most religions have moral values as a basis that would benefit humanity if those precepts were honoured. The problem is that in general it isn't human nature to do so.

      If there were a group of people who wore red hats, and they had done me great personal injury, then I sat back and watched them perpetuate atrocities for the next thirty years, I would not like or trust them. I wouldn't want them living in my country. I wouldn't want them converting my countrymen to red hat lifestyles so that they too would become a threat to me, my family, my friends, and my own way of life. It's not about religion to me, it's about the real world. I had friends from the Turkish armed forces when I worked with NATO. I know Memmet Botan was a Moslem, and he could watch my back anytime and I would have watched his. When I disparage Islam I am addressing myself to the creepers, back shooters and trash of the type we see on the news every day now. Not to take little woman from Indonesia I see commenting on some of the blogs I read. She only concerns herself with woman things like school, kids, birthday parties. She is not a threat.

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    3. Larissa I don't know how that L got on the front of your name. I am using a Kindle and I suspect it threw that on there. Sometimes it changes words like changing "fried" to "friend".

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    4. I'll be damned if it didn't do it again.

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    5. No worries about my name. Auto correct gets my name wrong all the time. They same with my kids.

      I was just saying what I thought about the whole thing. Not agreeing, or disagreeing. Just my perspective.

      My kids have a few friends that are Muslim. One family I know pretty well. They are so nice, welcoming, family oriented, and open to the idea of change. The other family I don't know as, but the kids are more helpful in cleaning up than the others (it was birthday party).

      I think a lot of Muslims move out of their original areas because they do hate violence, and lack of rights.

      I worked with a guy from Iran in Atlanta. He moved to Atlanta because he was a Christian. He was worried he'd get killed if people there found out. He was super nice.

      Then I also worked at a different company there with people that were Muslim. They were from India and Iron. They made me uncomfortable to be around them.

      I really think it just depends on the person/family.

      We have more school shootings in the US than ever. I don't know why that is. Is it a lack of believing in something? Is it a lack of guidance in a family structure?

      There is so much violence in the world.

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  14. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    check this out.....

    http://www.suckerpunchpictures.com/

    Its a video documentary on 'Popcorn Sutton' Mountain, Moonshiner and Outlaw.

    this may be worth money.

    I gotta check it out some more.

    By the way, as I understand it one of the atf agents that busted him was James Cavanough the butcher of Waco who burned up them people back in '93.

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    1. That show has been on the Discovery Channel several times. He's an interesting character.

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