South Korean president Lee Myun-Bak has decried any military action, no matter how slight, against North Korea's proposed launch later this week. The fears of ratcheting the tension between the two Koreas must be brooked. Proposed sanctions will not work, as they have not in the past. President Lee must prove to the North Koreans that he is not like the previous administration which had been criticised for its lax attitude toward them. The crisis will never end until it comes to a head.
Finally at least a few Khmer Rouge who perpetrated acts of indescribable cruelty might face justice. A court heard how Kaing Guek Eav, the warden for Cambodia's most notorious prison, Tuol Sleng, oversaw atrocities within its walls. The Vietnamese routed the Khmer Rouge in 1979. What took everyone so long to bring people like Kaing Guek Ev to justice? Surely the UN was on top of such things.
You should hear it here: tens of thousands of Spaniards march at a pro-life rally. Pass it on.
Great Britain proves once again why Ireland was right in bucking it decades ago. Apparently, more than 100, 000 Britons have downloaded a certificate of de-baptism. First of all, once you're in the club, you can't ever leave it. You're in it for life. Another sign the Irish dodged a bullet is the state of the Church of England. If the Archbishop of Canterbury is worried that the biased BBC is snubbing Christians he shouldn't have let his church become so irrelevant. Just saying.
Oh- and I still haven't gotten a response from Anonymous. I did get a response from someone who found Anonymous' comment absurd, though.
" .. judge not lest ye be judged .."
Exactly my point. The Left's most
Oh, preach it, brother! If I had a dime for every time someone used some sanctimonious claptrap to defend their shaky ground, I'd be quite the social butterfly encrusted with rubies, I would.
On Kenney's "multiculturalism" later.