Wednesday, March 8, 2006

"I'm denying as fast as I can!"

Tony Blankley, another practically-always-right guy, writes the following:

At the "University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ... an Iranian Muslim student drove a jeep into a crowd of students.... [He] informed the police and the media that he was trying to kill the students to 'avenge the deaths of Muslims around the world.'" This is not considered a terrorist event. No, no, it is true, this specific Mohammed certainly seems to have no connection to Al Qaeda. None, that is, except the obvious.

"In Antwerp last month ... rioting Moroccan 'youths' went on a rampage destroying cars and beating up reporters, but the police were instructed not even to stop them or arrest them. According to an anonymous policeman, 'An ambulance was told to switch off its siren because that might provoke the Moroccans.'" Maybe noises in the night frighten them - so they set fires ... for the light, silly.

Last October throughout France, "hundreds of buildings were torched and tens of thousands of cars burned by Muslim 'youths' through weeks of rioting, while both the French government and most of the 'responsible' experts denied there was any radical Muslim component to the greatest urban violence to hit France since World War II. It was all to do with poverty and teenage angst and alienation." Ah, for the days when young people dealt with these stresses just by masturbating.

Perhaps you recall the Mohammed who a few years ago gunned down the El Al staff at LAX - only nine months later was it classified as a terrorist act. They finally solved the Mystery of the Super-Mysterious Motive by consulting Deep Thought, the giant computer from the future.

I am shocked, shocked to find there is bias in the media. But I shall continue to pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.

Welcome to the Second Phony War.


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