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God, Mother Earth, W, Prayer, Poetry, Uptight Nervous Canadian Frostbacks, Debating,
Self Stabbing, Ann Coulter, The Ketchup Prince, Gay Marriage, Fantasy

Saturday, May 08, 2004
Stop what you are doing and please read this awesome article about CommieStoryians by Glenn Garvin. He is writing about the book "In Denial: Historians, Communism and Espionage, by John Earl Haynes and Harvey Klehr". Here are some choice quotes:

In 1983 the Indiana University historian Robert F. Byrnes collected essays from 35 experts on the Soviet Union -- the cream of American academia -- in a book titled After Brezhnev. Their conclusion: Any U.S. thought of winning the Cold War was a pipe dream. "The Soviet Union is going to remain a stable state, with a very stable, conservative, immobile government," Byrnes said in an interview, summing up the book. "We don't see any collapse or weakening of the Soviet system."

Barely six years later, the Soviet empire began falling apart. By 1991 it had vanished from the face of the earth. Did Professor Byrnes call a press conference to offer an apology for the collective stupidity of his colleagues, or for his part in recording it? Did he edit a new work titled Gosh, We Didn't Know Our Ass From Our Elbow? Hardly. Being part of the American chattering class means never having to say you're sorry.

Journalism, academia, policy wonkery: They all maintain well-oiled Orwellian memory holes, into which errors vanish without a trace. Stern pronouncements are hurled down like thunderbolts from Zeus, and, like Zeus, their authors are totally unaccountable to mere human beings. Time's Strobe Talbott decreed in 1982 that it was "wishful thinking to predict that international Communism some day will either self-destruct or so exhaust itself in internecine conflict that other nations will no longer be threatened." A Wall Street analyst who misjudged a stock so badly would find himself living under a bridge, if not sharing a cell with Martha Stewart. But Talbott instead became Bill Clinton's deputy secretary of state, where he could apply his perspicacious geopolitical perceptual powers to Osama bin Laden.

One of the most striking revelations in the exposure of the Jayson Blair disaster at The New York Times was his fabrication of an entire visit to the West Virginia farm of POW Jessica Lynch's family, including detailed descriptions of rivers and cattle herds that did not exist. Lynch's parents read the story, laughed at the ludicrous falsehoods, but made no attempt to correct them. It never occurred to them that there was any point. Anybody who reads papers or watches television news knows how rare corrections are.

That's especially true when the mistake is not a discrete, concrete fact like a misspelled name but a broader error of perspective or analysis. It took decades for the Times to admit that the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporting of its Stalin-era Moscow bureau chief, Walter Duranty, was delusionary drivel. Even so, his Pulitzer stands. And the Times has yet to bite the bullet on its correspondent Herbert J. Matthews, the clueless Castro groupie who wrote that the comandante was winning his guerrilla war in Cuba at a time when he actually commanded fewer than 20 men.

Sometimes the refusal to confront errors is simple hubris. But often it masks a queasy reluctance to start down a path of self-examination, for fear of where it will lead. During the final days of the 1990 election in Nicaragua, ABC News released the results of a poll showing the ruling Sandinista Party ahead by 16 percentage points. "For the Bush Administration and the Reagan Administration before it, the poll hints at a simple truth: After years of trying to get rid of the Sandinistas, there is not much to show for their efforts," Peter Jennings gravely informed his viewers. But a few days later, the Sandinistas lost -- by 14 percentage points. The "simple truth" was really that the poll, like so much of what ABC and other American news media outlets had been reporting from Nicaragua for the previous decade, was utterly, dumbfoundingly, whoppingly wrong. But if you think that triggered a frenzy of soul searching at ABC -- about how the poll could have been so mistaken, about how none of the network's reporters sensed anything askew -- then guess again. Instead, Jennings dismissed the subject the next day with a single smirking reference to the inscrutability of Nicaraguans.

Now that's what you call a good stabbing!!! Disgusting Commie Filth noticed this mighty feat of stabbing and are desperately trying to hide their immorality here. Too bad they banned me for not liking commies. I could have contributed to the discussion - say a knife or two - OR 4043.

Moving on to the topic of the day - the pictures of "abuse" (i.e. justice towards arab mass murderers) - I would like to say that Lynndie England is my hero! That's right! Lynndie England is a Bad Commie Hero! I want to be like Lynndie! Everyone should be like Lynndie! I hope she did the right thing and chopped the heads off of those non Geneva, non POW Partisans after she was done with them and then sent the heads back to their families. That's what US justice (a woman with boobies so big that Ashcroft had to hide them) does to arab rapists.

The hypocrisy of the black and white racist communists who have formed together to join the democrat party is astounding. Here are some of the highlights:

The commies say: "Bush and Rumsfeld are evil and should resign because a US female soldiers kicked the ass of some non cooperative baathists and arab rapists".

Bad Commie says:

1) Prisons in democrat states in the US have much worse conditions and have instances of rape much more prevalent than in American Abu Grave. MUCH more prevalent. Several Orders of MAGNITUDE. That's right, the democrats are filthy rapists.

2) Making a woman wear a burqua in 120 deg heat is sexual, physical and mental abuse. When will the asshole democrats pay for their crimes of supporting Saddam and the Islamofascists? Why do they hate women as well as blacks and whites?

3) We should be apologizing to who??? Arab "sovereign" "governments" ??? (free running gangs of murdering thugs) We should be apologizing to nazi islamofascists who cheered when Osama bin Laden finally got to the last level on the Airplane Computer Game on 9/11? Really??? FUCK YOU, COMMIE. STAB STAB STAB STAB

4) Their candidate for president (John "Killed Women and Children in Vietnam and then blamed other people for it" Kerry) is a mass murdering serial killing war criminal commie. That's right, this fucker LOVED to kill women and children. And then he tried to AVOID RESPONSIBILITY.

5) 18,000 investigation in the Armed Forces per year and Rummy and W should resign over this minor inconsequential one?

Anyway, I could go on for pages. Maybe next time, if there are any commies still left alive by the time I write the next blog.

You, know the real criminal here is the media. Amateur war photography is as almost as old as photography itself. During World War I, the army would execute soldiers who took photographs. We need to execute everyone in CNN, CBS, ANC, NBC and every station aside from Fox News. Well, OK, Fox News too. No more Kobe and MJ stories and no more apologizing for beating the shit out of bad people, you media morons. We killed the Soviet and the Nazi Propagandists, and we will kill you too.

Speaking of principled withdrawals of troops, check out this atrocity that the republicans committed:

After one of the bloodiest months of fighting in Europe, House Republican leaders called for all United States forces to be withdrawn from Europe. "This is a quagmire," said one house member. "There is no evidence whatsoever that Nazi Germany had any connection to the attacks of 12/07 and fighting with Germany is a distraction from our war on Japan. We need to finish the job in the Pacific before getting involved in Europe's problem and besides, it's not as if Nazi Germany is an imminent threat to America. They haven't even been able to conquer Britain. Besides, isn't this a matter for the League of Nations?"

Asked about reports that there were some concentration camps in Europe, another House member replied, "He [FDR] has never said that this was about liberating the concentration camps in his 12/08 speech. In fact, how could he [FDR] say a word about this when we ally ourselves with dictators such as Josef Stalin and Chang-Kai-Shek?"

One Republican Senator opined that, "FDR has squandered all the good will we built up from WW1 in a few short years and for what? So we can conquer Japan and Germany to acquire cheap radios and German automobiles. It's about enriching FDR's Wall-Street buddies".

I would laugh if not for that reference to the time when the Communist Government of the US supported the Communist Government of Stalin in murdering 100's of millions of people.

I hereby declare this blog a "No Commie Zone" God, I love vietnamese immigrants. They hate Commies AND the Ketchup Prince because he supported the mass murder of their country. A Two-fer!

Moving on, check this out. My favorite frenchman Jean-Francois Revel has another article:

According to the anti-globalists, the global marketplace will breed ever-increasing poverty for the profit of an ever-richer minority. This is of course the outcome Karl Marx predicted in the middle of the nineteenth century for the industrialized nations of Western Europe and North America. But we all know how history has confirmed that brilliant prophecy. So the old prediction has been transferred to a new locale, new time, and new active agency. Ah, the genius of "scientific socialism.";

But today's anti-globalists are much more than false prophets. Their violence has gone far beyond legitimate protest into real savagery. They have killed people through charming acts like bombing McDonald's restaurants. In Seattle, Nice, Genoa, and other cities, rioters destroyed millions of dollars worth of property and attacked officials and police.

Anti-globalists have tried to replace democracy with a despotism of the mob, advancing the brutal proposition that street demonstrators are more legitimate than elected governments. Wherever they have been active, their goal has been to prevent elected heads of state or appointed officials of international organizations from meeting. Like other totalitarians, they treat the mere expression of ideas contrary to their slogans as a crime.

Anti-globalizers have no ambition to advance a program by democratic means, for the simple reason that they don't have a program, or coherent ideas, or facts on their side. So instead they beat relentlessly on the archaic anti-capitalist and anti-American drum. In Genoa we saw red flags adorned with hammer and sickle, effigies of Che Guevara, and the acronym for the Red Brigades.

To finish up, here are some quotes about big boobies, sorry, I mean justice:

When you go into court you are putting your fate into the hands of twelve people who weren't smart enough to get out of jury duty. ~Norm Crosby

A jury consists of twelve persons chosen to decide who has the better lawyer. ~Robert Frost

Punishment is now unfashionable... because it creates moral distinctions among men, which, to the democratic mind, are odious. We prefer a meaningless collective guilt to a meaningful individual responsibility. ~Thomas Szasz

The trouble with the laws these days is that criminals know their rights better than their wrongs. ~Author Unknown

Somebody recently figured out that we have 35 million laws to enforce the ten commandments. ~Attributed to both Bert Masterson and Earl Wilson

Although the legal and ethical definitions of right are the antithesis of each other, most writers use them as synonyms. They confuse power with goodness, and mistake law for justice. ~Charles T. Sprading, Freedom and its Fundamentals

But how is this legal plunder to be identified? Quite simply. See if the law takes from some persons what belongs to them, and gives it to other persons to whom it does not belong. See if the law benefits one citizen at the expense of another by doing what the citizen himself cannot do without committing a crime. ~Frederic Bastiat, The Law

When there's a single thief, it's robbery. When there are a thousand thieves, it's taxation. ~Vanya Cohen

When I see the Ten Most Wanted Lists... I always have this thought: If we'd made them feel wanted earlier, they wouldn't be wanted now. ~Edie Cantor

Injustice is relatively easy to bear; it is justice that hurts. ~H.L. Mencken

The more corrupt the republic, the more numerous the laws. ~Tacitus, Annals

The state calls its own violence law, but that of the individual crime. ~Max Stirner, The Ego and His Own

Crimes were committed to punish crimes, and crimes were committed to prevent crimes. The world has been filled with prisons and dungeons, with chains and whips, with crosses and gibbets, with thumbscrews and racks, with hangmen and heads-men - and yet these frightful means and instrumentalities have committed far more crimes than they have prevented.... Ignorance, filth, and poverty are the missionaries of crime. As long as dishonorable success outranks honest effort - as long as society bows and cringes before the great thieves, there will be little ones enough to fill the jails. ~Robert Ingersoll, Crimes Against Criminals

The vices of the rich and great are mistaken for error; and those of the poor and lowly, for crimes. ~Lady Marguerite Blessington

An appeal... is when you ask one court to show its contempt for another court. ~Finley Peter Dunne

The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread. ~Anatole France (Jacques Anatole François Thibault), The Red Lily, 1894

Capital punishment turns the state into a murderer. But imprisonment turns the state into a gay dungeon-master. ~Jesse Jackson

One of irony's greatest accomplishments is that one cannot punish the wrongdoing of another without committing a wrongdoing himself. ~Tas Soft Wind

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