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Archive for January, 2006

The Mask Is Off

Hamas landslide reveals more about left than about Palestinians – Dennis Prager

It is a sad day for humanity when a people choose to elect terrorists as their leaders.

But for those of us who believe that clarity is the prerequisite to moral progress, the landslide victory of the terrorist organization Hamas in Palestine has a silver lining.

First and foremost, it proves what people who perceive reality have been saying for decades: The great majority of Palestinians — like the majority of Arabs elsewhere and like vast numbers of non-Arab Muslims — want Israel destroyed. Even granting legitimacy to the argument that the complete moral, financial and political corruption of Fatah was partly responsible for the Hamas victory, those who voted for Hamas did not find that organization’s terror, religious celebration of murder or charter calling for Israel’s destruction an impediment to their vote.

It is true that in 1933, some Germans who voted for the Nazis did so out of anger at the Versailles Treaty and because of the economic chaos that engulfed their country. Indeed, it is widely agreed among historians that Hitler played down anti-Semitism in the Nazis’ electoral campaigning. But every German voter was aware of the ferocity of the Nazis’ Jew-hatred. And, whatever the case in 1933 Germany, in 2006 Palestine, Hamas has never played down its anti-Semitism or its support for continuing terrorism. More @ Townhall.com

Hamas rejects ‘unfair’ aid demand – BBC

Hamas victory is good news – Jeff Jacoby
Hamas Leader: “Why Should We Recognize Condoleezza Rice, or Israel’s Right to Exist?” – LGF

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Shame Google Shame

Cowardly bastards.

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Recommended Listening For The Week

Eleventh House
Larry Coryell

Back to the summer between Grade 8 & 9 (1973)

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Tell Us Its Not So

Tim Hortons in Afghanistan
Forces want troops to have their double-doubles: Canadian icon wary of store in a war zone

The Canadian Forces want to raise morale among troops deployed here by setting up the furthest flung coffee and doughnut franchise in the world: Tim Hortons Afghanistan.

But the Canadian icon is balking at the idea of opening shop at Kandahar Air Field, where more than 2,000 Canadian soldiers are being deployed this month, saying it “is not part of our business model.” – More @ Ottawa Citizen

Come on, it wouldn’t kill you guys to set up a little coffee shop for the troops. I’ll run it if you want.

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Terrorists Get All The Votes

Hamas Sweeps To Election Victory – BBC

Can Journalists Read the Hamas Charter Before They Go Soft on the T-Word? – News Busters

That Didn’t Take Long – LGF

Hamas: We’ll Complete Liberation Of Other Parts Of Palestine – Jihad Watch

Palestinians Split Vote Between Terrorist Organizations – Captain Ed

Dickhead

Carter calls for funding Palestinians – Jerusalem Post

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Canadian Military In Action

Canadian Soldiers with the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) Quick Reaction Force (QRF) watch as Afghan Police Inspectors examine the surrounding grounds for physical evidence after an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) exploded near a Canadian Convoy. There were no causalities, the G-wagons did not sustain any damage from the blasts. – DOD

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Google Caves To Communists

Google Agrees to Censor Results in China

Online search engine leader Google Inc. has agreed to censor its results in China, adhering to the country’s free-speech restrictions in return for better access in the Internet’s fastest growing market.

The Mountain View, Calif.-based company planned to roll out a new version of its search engine bearing China’s Web suffix “.cn,” on Wednesday. A Chinese-language version of Google’s search engine has previously been available through the company’s dot-com address in the United States.

By creating a unique address for China, Google hopes to make its search engine more widely available and easier to use in the world’s most populous country.

Because of government barriers set up to suppress information, Google’s China users previously have been blocked from using the search engine or encountered lengthy delays in response time.

The service troubles have frustrated many Chinese users, hobbling Google’s efforts to expand its market share in a country that expected to emerge as an Internet gold mine over the next decade. More @ Breitbart.com

Fecken Pussies

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