Wednesday, July 23, 2008

The arrogance will make you gasp for air.....

“It is not going to be a political speech,” said a senior foreign policy adviser, who spoke to reporters on background. “When the president of the United States goes and gives a speech, it is not a political speech or a political rally.

“But he is not president of the United States,” a reporter reminded the adviser.

Good point. I would say.

Maybe he's Pres of those other 7 states he visited.

This is what you get when you take a guy who's never done anything but always been told he was doing something. That he was special.

That doesn't work well in school, even less so in non-political life, but the thought of a person as ignorant as he continually demonstrates is frightening. Reality will just run over him. Unfortunately he will get thousands killed, the economy destroyed, the culture accepting Islam and based on his 8 to 10 years comment, he thinks the Constitution is for others.


Ask the Archbishop

When did we go soft? When did we develop our national tendency to cringe before we are even hit, to apologise for existing?

What's most striking about the past 50 years of our history is how we have given in without a fight to those who want to revolutionise our society.


Norway and cheese and goodbye rights and respect

No sympathy here.

He says that when the imams were there, they had spoken of malnutrition among Muslims. They said that many Muslims are afraid of buying in shops, when they don't know for certain what the different products contain. They quite simply don't get what they need.

Hmmmm. Perhaps they would be better off in the countries they came from.

After all:

The dairy head must stifle a little laugh when she continued to tell of the day they finally could being: They had taken position to meet them, since as dairy head she wanted to greet her guests. when her turn came to greet the imams she stuck her hand out, where it was left hanging.

It became quiet. From below you could hear the voice of the 50 employees who work in cheese production in the little village.

When they eventually pressed their hands against their thighs with unambiguous motions, bowed and smiled, she remembered that imams don't shake hands with women, she laughs.

She laughs?? How easy it is to give up rights and respect. How hard it was to get them.