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July 10, 2005

British Press Discovers The "T" Word

From Moonbat Central:

Incredibly, the British press is actually using the 'T' word. Yes, they are referring to the London Underground perps as terrorists. Why is this so unusual? Because the British media have been religiously scrupulous in referring to all terrorists and mass murderers who attack Jews as 'activists' and 'militants'.

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It was suddenly not a legitimate form of protest against occupation to mass-murder civilians. The British newspapers did not not issue special editions documenting the abuses of human rights by Britain, nor bemoan the 'grievances' of those angry at the UK. Not a single Euro-politician made a speech denouncing the illegal British occupations of the Channel Islands and Gibraltar.

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And the BBC has not demanded that the Brits re-examine their own behavior, to discover which manifestation of their arrogance provoked the Al-Qaida savages.

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There were no protests against British plans to implement 'profiling' at its airports and train stations. . . . Human rights groups did not demand that any captured subway terrorists be treated as prisoners of war with full Geneva Convention privileges and good lawyers.

Read the rest. Link thanks to Lonely Thinker.

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The Los Angeles Times (and its anti-semetic editor, John Carroll) could learn something from this posting. Their (his) policy of "Moral Equivalency" is so sickening that people have canceled their subscriptions by the tens of thousands. Yet, their policy remains unchanged.

Hamas, the cold blooded killers of innocent Israelis continues to be "freedom fighters" or "militants", as do any other murderers, suicide bombers or idiots who set thmeselves off in public places full of non-combatant women, children and peaceful citizens.

The war on terror is real and it is not something that civilized society started; but, as George Bush has said, we will end it.

The beginning of the end will be when our "free press" recognizes the folly of moral equivalency and and starts calling a killer a murderer, instead of examining his or her past and finding an excuse for wanton behavior, or blaming America first.

Murder is murder is murder.

Posted by: shelly on Jul. 11, 2005

Amazing. When one is personally affected, suddenly convenient platitudes and spacy idealism fly right out the window.

Posted by: mark on Jul. 11, 2005

BBC will be on our side for about two weeks before it starts calling the London bombers "freedom fighters."

Posted by: Jake on Jul. 11, 2005

Two weeks, Jake? That's optimism for you. My understanding is that the Beeb has already expunged the word "terrorist" from its website after two DAYS. They're beyond help: those who might really change are more likely the print media, though the Guardian and the Independent are ALMOST as bad as the BBC (not quite as bad since no one's forced to pay for them).

Posted by: Dave J on Jul. 11, 2005

The Lord High Executioner had it right when he said, "Then the idiot who praises, with enthusiastic tone,
"All centuries but this, and every country but his own... they'd none of 'em be missed, they'd none of 'em be missed."

Posted by: Casca on Jul. 11, 2005


Love the Mikado reference; haven't thought of that wonderful song in years, but went back and looked at the lyrics and enjoyed it once again.

Great shot.

Posted by: shelly on Jul. 12, 2005


Posted by: Rodger Schultz on Jul. 12, 2005