Friday, April 12, 2013

A Few Things

Talk is cheap:

In a commentary carried by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the communist country lashed out at Tokyo's standing orders to destroy any missile heading toward Japan, threatening such actions will result in a nuclear attack against the island nation.

If Japan executes its threat to shoot down any North Korean missile, such a “provocative” intervention would see Tokyo — an enormous conurbation of 30 million people — “consumed in nuclear flames”, KCNA warned.

“Japan is always in the cross-hairs of our revolutionary army and if Japan makes a slightest move, the spark of war will touch Japan first,” the report added.

An official at Japan’s defence ministry said that the country “will take every possible measure to respond to any scenario”, while the US Secretary of State John Kerry warned that a North Korean missile launch would be a “huge mistake”.

If North Korea wants Japan as an overlord again, it should go ahead and attack it. Being the only country that has received two nuclear payloads may have frightened Japan into pacifism but I don't think it will sit idly by and let China's lap dog blow it up.

Does China want a war with Japan? Does it want a war with the combined powers of Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam and the US?

Related: wage war against Japan in style!

North Dakota becomes the anti-Gosnell.

For every one Hagia Sophia converted into a mosque, ten churches in Istanbul and Riyadh should be built:

One of the most important monuments of late Byzantium, the 13th-century Church of Hagia Sophia in the Black Sea city of Trabzon, which is now a museum, will be converted into a mosque, after a legal battle that has dramatic implications for other major historical sites in Turkey. Many in Turkey believe that the Church of Hagia Sophia is a stalking horse for the possible re-conversion of its more famous namesake in Istanbul, the Hagia Sophia Museum (Ayasofya Müzesi). 

Constantinople: you can't go back to it.

Nothing says classy like English leftists:

Nearly 3,000 people have joined Facebook group "Maggie's Good Riddance Party", which claims it will hold a "right jolly knees up" outside St Paul's on the day of Baroness Thatcher's funeral.
The protesters wish to "get their money's worth" from the funeral, which will be paid for in part by the state. 
Those attending include a civil servant at the Department of Work and Pensions, a carer and a branch leader of the National Union of Students. Some warned of "civil unrest". 
Police have said anyone wanting to hold peaceful demonstrations in London on the day of the funeral will not be prevented from doing so, but urged organisers to contact the Metropolitan Police in advance. 
The protesters plan to line the streets where Baroness Thatcher's funeral carriage will pass, particularly outside the cathedral, so they can turn their backs on the coffin as it goes by.

Guess what, limeys? You have the Britain you want with no Thatcher to stand in your way- high taxes, high unemployment, a weak private sector, high fuel costs coupled with high death rates of the elderly and sharia no-go zones.

You can own that.

(thank you)

It's one thing to take a sharp critical eye to the First World War and its causes. It's quite another when the only thing praiseworthy you can say is that the communists were the heroes to stay out of it:

A New Democrat MP's writings that praise communist activists and criticize Canada's participation in the First World War have sparked outrage. Writing on a left-wing Quebec blog, Alexandre Boulerice mocked the conflict as "a purely capitalist war on the backs of the workers and peasants." "The only ones to have refused this butchery, to have rejected the call of the 'sacred union' within each nation, were communist activists," Boulerice wrote in an April 10, 2007 posting on Presse-toi à gauche (Hurry to the left). Boulerice also sniped at Canadian soldiers involved in the Battle of Vimy Ridge with his claim that "thousands of poor wretches were slaughtered to take possession of a hill." Almost 3,600 Canadians died in the battle to take the strategic Vimy Ridge from heavily entrenched German forces on April 9, 1917. 

The communists put all of their energies into killing their own population. How principled is that?

Then there's this:

Cruel but usual look at the past: the losers of history may have been right. Even against the barbarity and inhumanity.

Oh boy....


And now, sports balls replaced with cats. Enjoy.

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