If it's Wednesday, I must be blogging
† France: Still worth hating - As much as I welcome the possible Freedom the newly elected president of France promises to bring to his cheese-eating, surrender-happy constituents, it might ultimately be an exercise in futility. Prayer Warriors OneNewsNow alert us to a disturbing demographic trend that might make us want to keep those Freedom Fries on the menu:
A U.S. national defense expert and Pentagon advisor says that, even with the election of Nicolas Sarkozy as France's new president, it may already be too late to stop the eventual Islamic takeover of that country and much of Western Europe.Sadly, this whole tragic scenario could be avoided if the white women of France renounced their lesbianism and got pregnant for a change:
Lt. Col. Bob McGinnis (U.S. Army-Ret.) has spent a great deal of time in Europe and has been concerned with the growing Islamic influence on the continent. Although with the election of Sarkozy the French people have turned to someone who plans tougher measures on immigration, Maginnis fears it already may be too late.
With a high Islamic fertility rate and "notoriously low" fertility rates among indigenous members of the population, these "little islands of ghettos of Islamic Sharia law" are going to continue to expand and eventually engulf the culture of the region, Maginnis asserts.This is the country that gave us radical feminism and the frappé setting on our blenders, so my hunch is that heterosexuality is pretty much a lost cause with this bunch.
† You can forget Poland - Despite their legendary stupidity, the people of Poland knew enough to hitch their wooden cart to the mighty stallion of Freedom and chip in 2500 troops for the liberation of Iraq. Well, it's one step forward and two steps back with these morons, because just when it looks like they're ready to take the fight to evildoers elsewhere in the world, they've adopted the timeworn strategy of their fellow pinheads, the Democrats, and would sooner cut and run than fight terrorism:
Poland's watchdog for children's rights was quoted as saying she would ask psychologists to investigate whether the TV "Teletubbies" character Tinky Winky is gay. On Tuesday, she backed away from the comments. ...Fictional characters? Nothing to do with reality? Those are the most pathetic excuses I've ever heard. If we conservative bloggers raised the white flag of surrender every time trivialities like that turned up, much of the past six years would not have happened. And it's particularly disappointing to see that the Polish government is adopting Bill Clinton's failed policy of Don't Ask/Don't Tell towards the sexuality of cartoon characters. The combat readiness and unit cohesion of all television programming suffers when homosexuality is allowed to flourish in its midst, and if our mission in Iraq doesn't succeed, Hollywood's homosexual cartoon characters will have a lot to answer for. Praise Him!
On Tuesday, Sowinska's spokeswoman Wieslawa Lipinska told The Associated Press that Sowinska "hasn't asked and won't ask" psychologists to investigate whether "Teletubbies" promote homosexuality. "They are fictional characters, they have nothing to do with reality, and the bag and scissors and other props the fictional characters use are there to create a fictional world that speaks to children," Lipinska said. "We are not going to deal with this issue any more."