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Saturday, February 04, 2006

It's Upsetting... To Say the Least.

Blogger is finally back up, but last night's post is gone.

I'm upset, but I promise that I won't make any death threats towards the corporate heads of Google or anything like that.

I guess that Iran has pretty much told every one to...

jump off a cliff.

"The path chosen by Iran's new leaders threats, concealment, and breaking international agreements and IAEA seals will not succeed and will not be tolerated by the international community," President Bush said in a statement.

Iran remained defiant, threatening to do precisely what referral was meant to prevent. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ordered the resumption of uranium enrichment and an end to snap IAEA inspections of its nuclear facilities, according to state television.

"As of Sunday, the voluntary implementation of the additional protocol and other cooperation beyond the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty has to be suspended under the law," Ahmadinejad said in a letter to Vice President Gholamreza Aghazadeh, who also is the head of the nation's nuclear agency.

And Syrian protestors decided that a boycott wasn't as fun as roasting Danish and Norwegian marshmallows over the embers of torched embassies.

In Santiago, the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the Chilean Embassy in Damascus was also torched but nobody was injured.

The demonstrations in Damascus began peacefully with protesters gathering outside the building housing the Danish Embassy. But they began throwing stones and eventually broke through police barricades. Some scrambled up concrete barriers protecting the embassy, climbed into the building and set a fire.

"With our blood and souls we defend you, O Prophet of God!" the demonstrators chanted. Some removed the Danish flag and replaced it with a green flag printed with the words: "There is no god but God and Muhammad is the messenger of God."

Demonstrators moved onto the Norwegian Embassy about 4 miles away, also setting fire to it before being dispersed by police using tear gas and water cannons. Hundreds of police and troops barricaded the road leading to the French Embassy, but protesters were able to break through briefly before fleeing from the force of water cannons.

Everyone should drop by
Michelle Malkin's blog and look at the videos and pictures showing the Muslim's 'religion of peace' in action.

And while I am making suggestions...

We can show our support of democratic freedoms by purchasing
Danish products. Americans have a lot of buying power and we can most certainly replace any business that Arla foods has lost overseas with increased and new business here in the United States.

Denmark is standing firm and brave. They need our support.

Then corporations should stop shipping products to the middle east. They are threatening to boycott any and all countries that support the Danes.

Iran is telling everyone what they will and will not do.

So why not act on the offensive.

Muslims curse anything that is western. As long as it is convenient and suits their needs.

So let the Muslims live without their western cell phones, western computers, western televisions and all the other comforts of western life that they have adopted.

We cannot be a free people if we are afraid.

We cannot allow violence to tell us what we can and cannot say or do.

We cannot allow a violent people to rule the world.



Blogger AB5SY said...

I would buy more Danish products but, well sardines give me gas.

February 05, 2006 8:42 AM  
Blogger It's me, T.J. said...

I like sardines with mustard.


February 05, 2006 6:45 PM  

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