Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Welcoming A New Addition To Our Blogroll

You may remember the Bali nightclub bombing of 2002 in which over 200 people were killed, of which 88 were our Australian neighbors. The islamonazi nutter, immam Abu Bakar Bashir, was recently found not guilty of any wrong-doing by the Indonesian government, but Australian authorities aren't buying it. A recent addition to our blogroll and one of my new favorites, It's A Matter of Opinion, part of the Observation Deck consortium of Australian blogs, has more. I urge my fellow Americans to visit them often to get a taste of some common sense Aussie conservative op/ed blogging. And that goes for Kiwis, too; even those of you who have been brainwashed by Queen Helen and her court of moonbats in the Labour party.

I commented there in response to some moonbat troll who was/is in desperate need of a cluebat:
A Yank in Kiwiland
2/1/2007 | 10:06 am

Al Loomis said: maybe abu bakar bashir said: " geez, i'm sick of ozzie yobs leaving broken bottles and vomit all over our beaches." and some indo-thugs did something about it.

Are you serious? Let's see...vomit + broken bottles on a beach = hundreds of your dead countrymen blown-up in a nightclub bombing. Is that the "new math?" Your statement might have some import were it not for the FACT (I know facts get in the way for liberals who are more concerned with feeeelings) that the majority of the Balinese are HINDU, despite the rest of Indonesia being home to the world's largest single-nation muslim population. Therefore, according to your illogic, Bashir's indignation was a bit misdirected. You liberal apologists make me laugh; it's always just a few "thugs" engaging in random acts of criminal violence with no greater meaning or socio-political agenda. Damn, Al, how does it feel to lose the argument right out of the gate? That's OK, I'll rip the rest of your defense to shreds by deconstructing the rest of your (snort!) argument.
pretty much the same as the recent riots at cronulla. a mixture of thugs, yobs, beer, and deeper social problems.

Yeah, "deeper social problems"....like maybe those "yobs" - that's rather intolerant and derogatory for a tolerant liberal, isn't it? - don't want to see the beautiful nation of Australia turn into a muslim cesspit like most of Western Europe, namely England and France. The only ting that went wrong at Crunulla was that those "yobs" as you call them didn't go far enough to make their point.

so i don't think there's any special reason to get angry at indonesians, most of whom are just trying to make a living and raise their kids.

Finish the sentence, Al: "...and raise their kids to hate the West and teach them how to slit your throat with a dull butter knife, while liberal pansies raise their kids to love everybody, hold hands, and sing "Kumbaya."

there's no cause for righteous rage here- if you want to act like a drunken monkey...don't do it in a foreign land where they have very different standards of public behavior.

Different standards, indeed. Like blowing-up innocent people in a nightclub because they drink too much, respect women, and in their own country actually practice tolerance for those with "different standards." I'll agree with you that we should not expect the same standards when we travel to foreign lands, which is why I will never understand the Western obssession with vacationing in Turd World countries.

Thank you for reaffirming my contention that liberals are apologists for the enemy because they suffer from ethnocentric masochism and project their own feelings of weakness and inadequacy on those who don't share their beliefs.


A hearty welcome and thanks to the staff at It's a Matter of Opinion for adding us to their blogroll!


Anonymous Bozwell said...

It's good to have some like minded company mate!

Thanks for the warm welcome!

7:06 PM GMT+13  
Anonymous Patrick said...

Yes indeed, it's always a joy to find a blog treasure. Thanks for the link!

7:12 PM GMT+13  
Blogger Joe said...

Bozwell and Patrick, thank you. I found your blog on an American blog's blogroll characterized as "support from Down Under." It was a great joy to find that not everybody south of the equator is a raving moonbat!


8:53 PM GMT+13  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is useful to try everything in practice anyway and I like that here it's always possible to find something new. :)

8:41 AM GMT+12  

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