mlah The “culture” that has evolved here isn’t conducive to sissies

June 7, 2005

Narrow Minds

Filed under: Politics — mlah @ 11:52 pm

Snap Allen

isn’t it amazing how some people can delude themselvs into actually believing the propaganda they spew?

say hi to ‘snap’ up above. and yeah, that’s the real thing. authentic soviet gulag. live in siberia. not as much snow or permafrost as i imagined. still a hellhole though.

amnesty international just wasn’t getting enough monetary income. what better way to improve the revenue stream than by trumping up some bullshit to try and pass off as a human right so that they can accuse the u.s. military of transgressing this new ‘human right’.

all just to improve the revenue they receive from the moonbats.

proven fact.

i think amnesty international needs to conduct an internal audit of all donations received before and after their gulag statement. any increase in revenue needs to handed over to the u.n. human rights council nations (libya, syria, and iran) immediately.

there are ‘secret’ internal documents proving that the gulag statement was designed to stir a controversy for the sole and explicit reason of garnering cold hard cash. i demand the immediate release of all internal documents by amnesty international immediately!

seriously gus. not thinking that ‘infidels touching the qoran’ is a violation of human rights does not make me a nazi. it makes me sensible. my allegations are little more unsubstantiated than ai’s. and you defend that tripe?

not trusting any bonehead organization that would make such an assertion as to compare a prison where that ‘violation’ occured is equal to a gulag does not make me a nazi, or a person who opposes human rights. the geneva conventions set human rights. not a private organization subject to the gifts of interest groups and which is rapidly showing itself as a partisan player. (and the u.n. ain’t far from that description)

amnesty international just shot itself in the ass. it has cemented donations from the barking left, and guaranteed that it will never get another dime from the middle or right.

before, it could claim to be neither left nor right. it has now come down firmly off of the fence. they’re on the left. and their focus just keeps getting narrower.

i’m still touching the qoran. i bought one. i keep it in a box with my old playboys.

and yes, i’m usually nekkid when i touch it. (the qoran)

5 Comments »

  1. OK, you win– we run our “enemy combattant” prisons better than Soviet gulags. Big accomplishment there, congratulations. Go team!
    Which is worse: using a single word of provocative hyperbole or inventing a new class of person who conveniently slips into a black hole between domestic and interntional law? Get off your high horse, ya crank. Your sense of outrage is completely, disgustingly misdirected and misproportioned. This is bigger than pissing on a Koran.

    Comment by f-in_cheney — June 8, 2005 @ 5:57 am

  2. exactly what is bigger than pissing on the qoran? we did not invent an

    new class of person who conveniently slips into a black hole between domestic and interntional law

    alqaeda did that all by themselves. do you really think condi, dubya and karl rove were in the back room inventing terrorists? quit smoking the reefer long enough for the smoke to clear please.

    a single word of hyperbole? gulag? once again, some asstard group/person must be relieved to have you explain away their asstardiness. sharansky said we aren’t even in the same league. which asshole who spent more than one day as a ‘guest’ of the actual soviet gulag supports your hyperbole?

    didn’t think so.

    be a man. admit when you are wrong.

    Comment by mlah — June 8, 2005 @ 7:23 pm

  3. Close it down! Close it down!
    I admitted it was “provocative hyperbole”, and that’s all it is. Their saying that hasn’t hurt anyone. Charge those people or free them. You’ve had your fun. There can’t possibly be any more actionable intel coming out of the poor bastards.
    Close it down! Close it down!

    Comment by f-in_cheney — June 9, 2005 @ 4:01 am

  4. you don’t free prisoners of war until after the war. it is already documented that some of the gtmo detainees returened to active fighting against u.s. after their release.

    what could you possible know about intel?

    who says our purpose is only to get actionable intel from them?

    Comment by mlah — June 9, 2005 @ 7:32 am

  5. “who says our purpose is only to get actionable intel from them?”
    Well, it aint’ to hug them and kiss them and call them ‘George’! What the phuque else is the point to keeping them locked up? Just so they won’t attack America again? Oh, wait, none of them ever did attack America in the first place. They just thought bad thoughts about us.

    If they’re not Prisoners of War proper, then how can you keep them “until after the war”. You can’t have it both ways. This non-“war” war is never going to end, because terrorism is a tactic, not an entity. It just doesn’t seem right to abduct people from foreign countries and say you’re going to keep them in your dungeon for as long as it pleases you. We wouldn’t stand for that if someone else did it to us.

    Comment by f-in_cheney — June 10, 2005 @ 6:50 am

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