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Ariel Durant

Friday, November 13, 2015

I wonder how letting in all the cockroaches from the Middle East looks tonight.


I've been watching the coverage of the Paris attacks for about three hours. Sometimes, I'm glad I have television, and this is one of them.  Radio wouldn't begin to convey the reality of what's happened over there.

Al Jazeera has a standard procedure for times when the Islamists do things even their staff has a hard time covering. They trot out their English shills. Al Jazeera has a whole stable of English men and women who can be counted on to tout the party line.  Names like Margaret Abu Hedupassi or Elizabeth al Husseini.  I can guess where they got hooked into the Moslem line. The guys are harder to figure out, they appear to be "jew haters" of the first water and that's probably what made their resume attractive to the Emir of Ragheadii there in Qatar.

When I switched to Al Jazeera, one of the English female Lord Haw Haw's was telling all about how these attacks are the fault of western governments, who "do things that these aggrieved people who took these actions did not like" thereby causing the terror attacks. It's not the terrorists fault, they are just nice normal people who have been pushed beyond the limits of their patience. More than even I could handle , so I switched to Fox.

Geraldo Riviera, who's daughter was in the soccer stadium tonight, had become an overnight convert to Trumps plan for dealing with ISIS and called on the President to "bomb the shit" out of ISIS. But good old pansy bleeding heart Shepard Smith interrupted him and declaimed on how big a mistake it would be to make ISIS angry. If I had been in the studio I'd have broken his nose, and the consequences be damned. That little twit needs to go work for Al Jazeera where he belongs.

The Hermaphrodite in Chief came out and made a lame, limp member little speech with his usual "let's don't offend Moslems" theme and then disappeared. I am so ashamed we have such a scum bag for a President. Looking at him made me sick to my stomach tonight.



It's a mess, and I feel for the French.  I don't blame the people who are attacking the refugee camps in France tonight.  Shepard Smith called them perverted but I say they are regular people who have had enough and realize the only way to have any security in their country is to get rid of the infection. If that's racist or "unkind", that's too bad.

It remains to be seen how bad it is, but it looks pretty grim.  The French are not pansies, whatever some may say. I would expect in the days to come, the fathers who lost kids tonight will see to it that some of the local moslem population disappears. It wouldn't surprise me if the fields around France furnished bumper crops for years after this.  It's all in the fertilizer.

 From Finland to Italy and points in between, a lot of people are taking their own action to address this problem, and I applaud them for it. The fact that MSM is bending heaven and earth to prevent the news from spreading won't stop it. I expect France will take military action to even the score. After Beirut, it was the French who started bombing the Iranian training camps in the Bekka valley, while our own politicians were still finger pointing and mouthing platitudes.  I doubt we will do anything though. Barrack and Shep don't want to offend Moslems.


Maybe the Europeans will worry less about banning Israeli vegetables from the EU, and start thinking about doing something on the Islamist Terror issue.  You can't reason with rattlesnakes. You have to kill them, before they bite your kids or your dog.

Looks different when it's your kid at risk, eh Geraldo?


32 comments:

  1. Well I bet the French wish they had a second amendment right about now. Tragic as it is, this is the doing of a liberal policy through out Europe, who's next, Germany? Latest I heard, guess Merkel may be removed soon. Islam is moving west my friend, get ready, it will be on our porch soon with the Idiot in chief we have in the White House. Sorry, just my thoughts.

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  2. I thought about that. Hundreds of people just standing in the theater, being killed like sheep in a slaughter house. A few armed citizens could have killed the shooters and saved a lot of lives. But no......

    Merkel and her "welcome all the Moslems" policy bears a lot of the responsibility for what's happening in Europe. She's having a hard time keeping the lid on all the push back from the German people, even though she's been largely successful in using the press to smear the real patriots who are not sitting on their asses but actually doing something about the problem. They ought to put her up against the wall.

    You are exactly right in what you say. Atlanta is already becoming Mecca West, with the people whose lives matter changing their English names for Islamic ones and blocking the roads for "prayer'. With Barrack Hussein in the drivers seat we'll all be called to prayer six times a day before long.

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  3. Christ A Mighty am I thankful I don't live in Europe. I am becoming mighty tired of the NWOs "Open Border" policy enacted in pretty much all Western countries. It is not happening by accident folks. I have read that approximately 12 Americans are killed each and every day by our invaders. Murders, drunk driving accidents, gang murders... And the "Presstitutes" sweep it under the rug lest us peasants get uppity about it. Now President Pussy is importing the practitioners of "The Religion of Peace" here in wholesale numbers. And oddly enough, they are being settled in conservative areas, like Idaho.... Wonder why that is???It is getting to be time for "We the People" to put our feet down with the elected dog and pony show and demand it stops pronto. I may not have the money to throw around like the Chamber of Commerce, but I have a big mouth, and I vote. I hope the families of the victims can find some peace, and I hope their fellow citizens burn every refugee camp before dawn.

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    1. It's enough to make a stone saint weep. Maybe, after this debacle in Paris, enough congressmen will grow a pair to stand up to Nero and stop the increases in "Syrian" immigration. But I doubt it. They are all bought and paid for, and are happy with the status quot and the big donation checks from the special interests.

      I did cross my mind that with over a thousand people in the building at that concert, and only two or three shooters who apparently had to reload frequently, somebody could have stuck an ink pen in their throats if there had been anybody there who thought of anything but hiding, running away or "pleading." So far, there's no indication there was.

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  4. We just witnessed the best reason for national open carry laws. Bubba with a gun doesn't scare me he can hit a dime every time. We know we need to control our boarders but we don't want to offend someone. How many jihadist are here waiting to do the same thing HERE as in Paris on a national scale? How many foreigners would die by outraged Americans if it happened here. I for one am ready to offend everyone.

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    1. I had that thought. Anybody who tried that at say, a Hank Williams Jr concert in Georgia would have been dead in seconds. Beaten to death by the crowd if not shot or stabbed to chutney.

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  5. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)


    I wish tell the some French and Europeans "I told you so" when they started to let those bastards in.

    The only way to keep muslims under control is to have a boot on their throats and the muzzle breaks of an M-4 on their temples, only then can you have diversity, cooperation, and coexistence.

    That's all they know and that's all they understand.

    I find it amusing that the refugee camps are burning. The last I heard is that the firemen were having a hard time getting their vehicles to the fires in the camp (you think)
    'Yeah' Peirre. Get some wine, and funny cheese while we take a break enroute to the fire"

    Don't you just hat the fact that 'camel jockey's are being pushed to there level of patience and feel they have to fight back against bacon, booze and women in bikini's.
    I hope the French blow them (isis) back into the stone age (wait they are already there)

    Now really, its time to break out he French Foreign Legion, French army and fire up a few of the mini-air craft carriers. The President of Franch should call up Putin and ask if Franch join in the fight with the Russkies against Isis.

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    1. I think the Russians are going to kick some ass and take some names over their airliner being brought down. Unlike mealy mouth in the White House, Putin is like Travis the Chimp. He takes no shit.

      There have been many, many articles about push back by European citizens against the invasion, but only in small papers or magazines. The big guys are towing the line and keeping mum. There was a particularly spectacular series of events in Finland two weeks ago, and the Germans are barely keeping the lid on things there.

      I am waiting for the other shoe to fall. As ISIS said in their web campaign today ... "American blood is best, and we are coming."

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  6. cut out the cancer.
    radiate where necessary.

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    1. That's an excellent analogy, and a valid one in my eyes.

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    2. As a medical professional, I whole heartedly agree.

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  7. The West (Leftist) seems to have a collective amnesia when it comes to these attacks. How many times in the last decade has this happened and what have they done about the problem. The only nation that understand the threat is Israel.

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    1. The problem , I think, is that it's never the upper crust of society paying the price. It's people who work for a living, who go to the office or the job, or as in the Paris attack, it's normal people who are easy targets. The Obama's aren't at risk, don't know anybody who gets killed in these events, and it's just a media event to them. There are decision makers in the military and the security services who get it, but they have to pander to the political appointees each President surrounds himself with, and usually the qualifications of the Presidents political cronies for a position are zero. Then , because of stupid decisions the professional ass kissers make, these disasters occur. But the guys pulling the strings don't pay any price. I wonder if Geraldo would have been so vehement about Trump being right and that we needed to "bomb the shit" out of ISIS if his own daughter had not been threatened. Shepard Smith, who had no skin in the game, had no problem with giving Geraldo a lecture about not making decisions when you are pissed off , and all about how that's how we got into the Iraq War , yadda yadda yadda. I would hoping Rivera would kick his ass right then and there but I guess the poor guy was too shaken up at the moment. That was a near thing for him.

      Yeah, it's interesting to see how the same people in Europe and the U.S. who whine and moan about Israel protecting it's citizens, wet their drawers when the same type of thing starts getting over in their home territory. But that said, the Left has never had a problem with being hypocrites.

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  8. I'm sure BO smoked a carton of newports last night. All this came after he announced Isis contained... I am sad and sending prayers to the people of Paris.But, this attack couldn't have been better timed after he said that.

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    1. Glock Mom, I watched hours of news coverage, and only Fox mentioned that in all that time. I heard not word one about Black Jesus and his inane comments from any other source. One reason I watch Al Jazeera, as much as I detest them, is they do a better job of reporting the news even if it's all grossly slanted as Islamic propaganda. I don't trust any of our media anymore, up to and including Fox.

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  9. Welcome back Harry. Glad to see you haven't lost your spunk.

    This wasn't a surprise to me. Thinking individuals know what this is really about-- a worldwide califate. Oddly enough, when then this happened my first thought was about that extremely naive Bavarian woman. I think we all remember her. I wonder what platitudes she will come up with now?

    Hopefully this is a wake-up call for my fellow Americans.

    It makes me cringe when I see those videos of the refugees bitterly complaining about lack of services, i.e. we don't like eating the same food every day, no television, bla, bla, bla. If you don't like it then get he hell out of Europe.

    OK, rant over. I think I will go oil my guns now. --Troy

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    1. Your right on target. I have watched these "poor, suffering refugees" who are making calls on their cell phones and hiring taxi cabs, eating in restaurants. Most of what you see on tv is calculated to inspire pity for them,. but if you watch some of the alternative news sources you get a better idea of what's going on. A lot of the kumbaya crowd in Europe is getting a bitter lesson right now, and we are going to follow suit. There's no way to keep ISIS from pulling off something along these lines over here. There are too many soft targets. Then when it does, the same worthless fools who insisted on letting the "poor Syrians" in will be screaming bloody murder and blaming the intelligence services, police and military. It won't be their fault at all.

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  10. Time for the Second Coming of The Crusades....

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    1. It's past time to get serious about this. Feeding the public this pablum about air strikes containing ISIS has pretty much been shown up for the idiocy it is. Even the Democrats and the Flower Children have to be picking up on the fact that to get rid of ISIS, we'll have to go in there and stamp them into the dirt. Otherwise, they'll just keep on growing and things will get worse, and worse. We need to take a page out of the Russian playbook for Chechnya. All this B.S. about we have to settle their social and economic problems for the poor terrorists so they won't be terrorists anymore is nonsense. Pay them out in their own coin, with interest, and that will take care of it.

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    2. You understand it, as do I.

      The only thing these animals understand is force and violence. Anything else, like trying to "negotiate" with them, or placate them, they see as a sign of great weakness, and it emboldens them all the more.

      We need to go in there with flamethrowers, and burn them to the freaking ground....

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    3. I got a good, close up look at Islamic militants in Lebanon 1982-1983. Anybody that thinks they can "negotiate" or "reason" with them is a fool.

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  11. Hey Harry, I read this today and thought of you. I'd be interested to hear what you think about the article?
    http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2015/03/what-isis-really-wants/384980/
    Very sad times in France, I did spare a thought that if citizens had guns in Europe would the outcome be different? I'm not sure that's true, look what happened with that nut at the cinema for the batman premiere. Doesn't mean I wouldn't prefer to be able to carry a gun to protect my kids though.

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    1. Alas, Kirsty. There's no absolute good solution to the problem. Sometimes bad people here get hold of guns and hurt people. Sometimes they drive their cars up on the sidewalk and kill people, or just run into a crowd with a knife and kill folks. It will always happen.

      But in that concert in Paris, there were over a thousand people there. Three shooters. People just lay down and let these guys shoot them in the head, one at a time. They let them reload. I ask myself, why didn't somebody run up and stick a pencil or ink pen through their eye socket? I don't believe everyone in the crowd was a wimp. Why did so many men run away and leave the women to get murdered? What the hell is up with that? Several news outlets said that men "pleaded with the terrorist for their wive's or girlfriend's lives." If they were that close to the terrorists they should have tried to kill them with their bare hands if that's all they had. But I haven't heard anything about a single person fighting back yet. I hope I do, as the dust clears.

      In this country, in the red states, there would have been armed individuals who would have killed the shooters. It wouldn't have been hard, since all was chaos and the terrorists never got control of the place. The authorities can't protect every soft target. So every soft target has to protect itself. In Israel, where many in the population are armed , they still have slash and stab attacks, but they usually are able to contain them, and they usually kill the perps. That, to me, seems about the best you can do. I don't know of any way on earth to stop this kind of thing 100%, but I sure know how to minimize the negative impact of such an event. Stop it early on.

      I believe that every person is responsible for themselves and their family. That can't be delegated to the police or anyone else. And I'm determined to do all I can to see that none of my family becomes a statistic. I wish Europeans had the same choice. But over there, the state tells you what you can and can't do to protect yourself, just as it does in our own Blue states like New York, California , and the like.

      I'll look that link up. Thanks for sending it to me.

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  12. Nothing to add, but I'm so glad we are back in MN and a small town. I just wish I could get my oldest son back here from Florida. I'd feel happier....

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    1. Mine are in a Northern city. Mine are the age of the young people who were the primary target of the attacks in Paris. I called them tonight and gave them the standard security lecture. They are bored to tears by it but they tolerate it. They know I mean well.

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  13. Perhaps that hysterical nitwit Geraldo will finally change his tune, step away from Jimmy Hoffa's crate and the Koolaid drinking loonie left. Just on Thursday he was berating Trump and Cruz for their stance against uncontrolled immigration. If he has any spine he will use his bully pulpit to badger the rest of the idiotic multi-culti cooks on the left to change their tune as well.

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    1. Once the shock wears off, he'll go back to being himself. I have looked all over the internet for a clip of his saying that Trump was right, can't find one anywhere. The system is going to make it "never happened" time for that.

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  14. I wonder what will happen now, something will of course, but what's the right thing? Not sure blaming all for what a few do is the right thing, but no doubt that will happen.

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    1. “The guerrilla must move amongst the people as a fish swims in the sea.”
      – Chairman Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung)

      France is having such a bad time because it has a huge Moslem population that maintains "no go" zones. There the terrorist can plot, plan, resupply and recruit without fear of interference from the security services.

      The British fought the IRA tooth and nail for decades. They only began to gain in the fight when they eradicated the "no go" zones in Ireland.

      France is going to have to stamp those out. Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and the other European countries who are allowing these same "no go"zones to blossom are going to have to do the same thing. It won't be pleasant but failure to do so will ensure "Paris" attacks all over Scandinavia and the rest of the European countries.

      As for the people who don't actually pull triggers, the enclaves of ethnicity that nuture the terrorists, and support them, even if only passively, have to go. Our own experience here with Hispanic communities that simply run their own culture and their own laws has shown that there's no way to effectively battle the gangs while they have that support network in place.

      Right now, Europe and America are facing the same situation and the same choices that the native Americans faced when Europeans started showing up. Being good guys and nurturing the "new comers", is why there are hardly any native Americans left and the ones that do exist live squalid lives on government welfare, on land nobody wanted.

      In a cultural war, everybody is a player whether they want to be or not.

      Rome negotiated with the Goths. They negotiated with the Vandals. They let them cross the fortified boundaries. Everybody knows how that turned out for the Romans. I hope the West doesn't make the same mistake but it looks like we are, and it may be too late to fix it.

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  15. Harry, it is ironic and tragic, what did the Europeans think was going to happen with 1,000,000 mainly male "refugees" flooding in from Syria (and the rest of the middle east). At least the French President has finally realized that the west is at war with Islam and he actually said so on TV.

    Maybe they will now look at what Australia had to do to stop the invasion of fake refugees and make the same hard decisions that we had to instead of berating us for being harsh. I just finished watching some idiot on TV talking about what the response is going to be from the leader of the free world, i.e. Barack Obama; I had to laugh, all he will do is mouth some weasel words about tolerance, and he sure as hell is not the leader of my country thank god

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    1. Anybody looking for leadership from Barack Hussein is SOL. "Surely Out of Luck . " That clown doesn't know the meaning of the word, and doesn't care. Neither do the sycophants he surrounds himself with.

      As Glock Mom mentioned up above, on the very day of the Paris Attacks, Obama was giving news interviews, bragging about how he had ISIS "contained." What an idiot. I hope if there are attacks here (and of course I hope there are not) that they hit Blue State cities, so the people who voted the Kenyan into office are the ones who reap the whirlwind.

      If anything good comes of this, it will be that the average citizen wakes up from their dull eyed tv fix long enough to realize their own asses are on the line. Then something might get done.

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