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A Beautiful Reflection

Posted in Society on December 19th, 2014

One can never be quite sure what beauty the murky pond might harbor in its darkling depths.

A Beautiful Reflection From A Murky Pond

A case in point is this delightfully beautiful, ginger nymph. And, if she be more rusalky than naiad, that is just the risk we must take.

Related Reading:

Beauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast
The Leader of Lors (The Atriian)
Babe
Eulalia: A Tale from Redwall
Redheads

Poetic Injustice?

Posted in Politics, Religion, Society on December 18th, 2014

Last week the Muslims in Afghanistan managed to reach what was, at the time, a new nadir in both irony and feral savagery. The ragheaded vermin’s response to a play about the horrors of suicide bombings was the target of a Muslim suicide bomber.

I’m sure Allah is pleased since any God that the filthy ragheads worship must be pleased by such things.

(Reuters) – A teenaged bomber on Thursday targeted a Kabul auditorium packed with people watching a drama condemning suicide attacks and being staged at a French cultural center, killing a German man and wounding 16 people, officials and a witness said.

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Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said the bomber targeted the event because it was staged “to insult Islamic values and spread propaganda about our jihad operations, especially on suicide attacks”.

Talk about a case of poetic injustice! And you just have to “love” what Mujahid jabbered about it, though he’s quite accurate in his statement. Every single thing these terrorists and jihadis do is in accordance Islamic values, which center upon jihad.

Hopefully the survivors, onlookers, and people of the world seeing this atrocity from afar will take advantage of this act of Islamic terrorism as a “teachable moment,” with the lessons being that this is Islam and the only way to deal with it through the total eradication of its worshipers unto the last of their misborn crotch-droppings.

I’m not saying that world will finally know peace once the last Muslim’s carcass lies rotting under the sun, but it sure as Hell won’t happen before that blessed day.

Related Reading:

No god but God (Updated Edition): The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam
The Mind of the Terrorist: The Psychology of Terrorism from the IRA to al-Qaeda
An Elementary Study of Islam
Rise of ISIS: A Threat We Can't Ignore
The Revenge of Geography: What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate

Go Ahead, Be Nasty

Posted in Society on December 18th, 2014

The American people are fairly judgmental and, with a few horrid exceptions, fairly discerning as well. We’ve little, if anything, good to say about those individuals or groups who fail to live up to the baseline standards of our nation and our culture. Shunning and shaming those who don’t meet the expectations of our cultural norms and mores has been a part of American society since before we were a nation.

So, when you see someone like this, go ahead, be nasty.

White
Go Ahead, Be Nasty

Of course, in these latter, degenerate times, don’t say a word if you see someone like this. That’d be politically incorrect and “horribly racist.”

Ghetto "Mother"
Don’t Say A Word, Racist

Yes, the Black bitch is as bad, if not significantly worse, than the White Trash bitch. Yes, too say anything about her would only be applying the same standard as one applied to the White depicted above. None of that matters. Since she’s a Black it’s politically incorrect and “racist” to speak ill of her in any fashion.

And this is one of the greatest of America’s more recent failings. Now, to avoid being labelled as racists – and to avoid widespread violent and disruptive “protests” by the Blacks and their oikophobic Liberal and Progressive enablers and panderers – we are forced to apply different, race-based standards to people’s behavior.

Related Reading:

Healing the Shame that Binds You (Recovery Classics)
Progressive Repertoire for the Double Bass, Vol. 1 (Book & CD)
The Society
Political Correctness: A History of Semantics and Culture
Beyond the University: Why Liberal Education Matters