The Brutality of Reason Example

By Ironcross One-One

Slicing and dicing things into pieces small enough
to be fed to Liberals, Kooks and Anti-Americans.
When feeding Kooks and Anti-Americans
I suggest a potato gun.

If you are the emotional liberal type, this mindspace will make you uncomfortable. If you think my logic or facts are faulty, lets discuss it. When your findings disagree with my findings, that is dialogue. But using rhetoric to disagree with science is demogoguery. No demogoguery! I usually refrain from insults, but occasionally, ignorance and liberal hypocrisy bring out the worst in me.

Location: Edge of Nowhere, Washington, United States

Military Jumper, Diver, Motorcycle Rider, Air Traffic Control and Demolitions Man. I build furniture and cabinets and can frame, roof, wire, plumb and finish a house. Can weld steel, drive heavy equipment, build pole barns and mortared rock walls. Have written one bad novel and one brilliant thesis. And I play the guitar.

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Isreal, Hizballah, Lebanon, War and Terrorism

Hizballah is an illegal extremist militia occupying Southern Lebanon in defiance of a UN resolution. Isreal is an isolated western democracy surrounded by states and non-state actors that want to exterminate it's population. Lebanon is a barely functioning nation-state fractured by religious violence. Terrorism is what all parties in this conflict call the tactics of their opponents.

The Arabs and Persians say that any use of force by Isreal is terrorism and that Isreal is illegal occupation of Arab land.

There is little doubt that the use of suicide bombers and hijacking by Hizballah are terrorist tactics.

Some people think all war is terrorism because it causes terror. That is random crap and moral relativism. Modern war is conducted under a framework of law that attempts to protect civilians and non-military facilities from violence. War and Terrorism are two different things. If a nation-state uses tactics that deliberately target civilians and non-military facilities, the action is a crime under the law of war.

When civilians are accidentally killed during the pursuit of military objectives, it is not a crime. It is collateral damage. Hizballah is preventing civilians from leaving the war zone. It wants to use pictures of collateral damage to accuse Isreal of Terror.

When Hizballah attacked an Isreali vehicle and took to soldiers captive, it was an act of war. Shelling cities with unguided rockets in an attempt to cause civilian casualties is and act of terror.

Now with that said, why should Isreal show restraint? Why should they allow Hizballah to continue to exist on their border? Why should they accept a ceasefire that allows Hizballah to rearm? Can you have a ceasefire with an entity that's sworn to your destruction? Why would you want to allow a resourceful, dedicated and ruthless enemy to watch and wait for a weakness to exploit?

I'm certain that Isreal will call it off before the job is done, but the bush administration is on the record that the outcome will not be the status quo. I hope not. A stable Lebanon free of illegal militias would be a good start.

B-52 carpet bombing would be a good way to send Hizballah the message.

Monday, July 17, 2006

Flies and Liberals

What do flies and liberals have in common? Let's talk about that.

  • Flies don't recognize property boundaries, they flit around looking over everything within eyesight. Liberals do the same, they act like they believe everything is their business.

  • Flies will swoop in and put their filthy paws on anything that appeals to them. So do liberals.

  • Flies will buzz off with as much of your stuff as they can carry. Liberals - yup, you guessed.

  • Liberals seek to equalize outcomes, they hate the profitable, the successful and excellent. They punish production. They spread policies that assure poverty. And since poverty spreads disease, they have that in common with flies too.

  • Flies don't know they spread disease. They are ignorant of the fact. Liberals? Equally ignorant. Well, maybe not. Flies actually may be more connected to reality than liberals.

  • Flies believe they are doing exactly as they should. Liberals too. So even though neither have malicious intentions, they still do a lot of damage.

  • It takes a serious effort to limit the damage flies can do. HMMMMMM. It takes serious effort to keep liberals under control too.

Can I get a Hoo-Hah?

Sunday, July 16, 2006

Crime and Punishment

Everyday, District Attorneys and Prosecutors choose what cases to try and which to deny based on their own political interests

Defense Attorneys scramble to defend scumbags as long as the fee is big or the media coverage is widespread.

Judges worry about process and bar evidence that would assure that the guilty are punished while aspiring to appellate and circuit benches, where they can usurp the power of the legislature to impose their political will.

So Scooter Libby is under indictment for mistating some detail in his thinly parsed, grand jury testimony.

But millions of looters that have entered the country illegally, perpetrated identity crimes, drive without proper license and insurance, commit ballot fraud and evade taxes are not even blinked at by our leaders.

To quote a line from the REM song Bad Day: "I'm tired of being jerked around."

The day I find myself in legal jeopardy, I will mount a defense that the Equal Protections Clause in the US Constitution prevents the government from selectively determining that it will prosecute citizens but not prosecute illegal aliens.

Man! I want something done about this.

Thursday, July 13, 2006

Embrace Conflict

Teddy Roosevelt (Not the socialist Roosevelt) said: If I must choose between righteousness and peace, I choose righteousness. Talk about something that will make the moral relativists screw themselves into the ceiling, (as opposed to screwing themselves in some other creative way), there's a quote that will make them crazy on multiple levels.

I'd like to modify it. If I must choose between peace and freedom, I choose war. I seek dialogue and compromise with a rational opponent. But an opponent that seeks to topple my landmarks and symbols and deny my fundamental human rights is not a rational opponent. These rights - Granted by the Creator, enforced by the US Constitution and echoed by the United Nations, should be enforced for all. But this opponent believes it is mans duty to enforce a strict code of religious conduct. He believes that any secular government or law is an abomination. This opponent does not want to be understood, and does not want dialogue. He wants no compromise or truce. He wants no peace. He wants to create media saturation of has savage acts and then he wants the media to paint the American response as imperialist crusader aggression.

I will not be victimized by either force or guilt. I embrace this conflict. I will enjoy this conflict. I will do what I can to see that this nation delivers the opponent into his grave. That his twisted oppressive ideas will die when his oxygen starved brain shuts down.

Western Culture is not guilty of anything. Western culture has been the platform for prosperity, liberty and happiness for more people than any culture in the history of the world. Western culture is worth defending. And when it's time to fight, fight smart, fight hard, and strike first. That is the way to win. Embrace the fight and win it. Embrace Conflict

Thursday, July 06, 2006

Another Slapdown for Multiculturalism

A great article on the violent and brutal characteristics of primitive human societies. The ones that white people are supposed to have oppressed and enslaved out of peace and tranquility into the murderous western culture. The ones we're supposed to feel guilty about wiping out.

The truth is: they were mostly backward, brutish, violent and superstitious savages. Dances with Wolves is a good movie, but its near worship of the plains horse culture conveniently forgets the harsh truth about life within the tribe.

Tip o' the hat to SondraK for the source.

Copyright © 2005 Michael A. Breeden