Same Ole Chuck

8 12 2013

Washington, D.C.

Meet the new globaloney boss, same as the old globaloney boss.

I told all your asses so about Chuck Bagel.  But no, a lot of our people, even people who write for the news and commentary source I link to above, said he secretly on our side because he had something bad to say about Israel a long time ago.

Now I guess the next round of excuses from some of our people will be that the system got to him.  Sure, whatever you say to make yourself feel comfortable.

Concrete Consequences

3 06 2013

Palo Alto, California

Thomas Sowell:

Abstract Immigrants


Among other facts of life utterly ignored by many advocates of de facto amnesty is that the free international movement of people is different from free international trade in goods.

Buying cars or cameras from other countries is not the same as admitting people from those countries or any other countries. Unlike inanimate objects, people have cultures and not all cultures are compatible with the culture in this country that has produced such benefits for the American people for so long.

This is a good column with some cogent points, until it gets to this point.

In the abstract world, it is possible to have differing policies on immigration and foreign trade, i.e. the former being restricted but the latter being open, or vice versa.  However, here in the real concrete world, unrestricted immigration, free trade and world government are all interrelated concepts.  If you adopt one, there will inevitably be pressure on your society and body politic to adopt the other two, and likewise, if you want to restrict either immigration or foreign trade or oppose world government, then you’ll be philosophically forced to take the restrictionist-particularist position on the other two questions.


Biden World Order

8 04 2013

Washington, D.C.

If it were only up to a goofball like Biden, I wouldn’t be so scared.  I could only wish that it was all up to him, because beating back the NWO would then be as easy as stealing candy from a baby.  It’s the forces and interests behind the scenes pulling the strings of politicians that scare me.

But this isn’t the first time Biden has popped off about New World Order (aka a formal global government).  In June 1992, he delivered a major Senate speech entitled, “On the Threshold of a New World Order, An American Agenda for the New World Order, Fulfilling the Wilsonian Vision.”  In it, he agreed with then-President Bush (41) about the need for global government, as Bush formally called for it the previous September, but was upset that Bush wasn’t pushing for it quickly enough or enthusiastically enough.  So Biden basically said, “I’m a traitor.  Bush is a traitor.  I agree with him being a traitor.  But his problem is that he’s not enough of a traitor, whereas I would be a more treasonous traitor than he is.”

Barbie World

5 12 2012

New York

Ordinarily, I would react to this “news” by saying that not only do too many people have too much self-esteem, but also that too many people view the self-esteem of individuals and groups as a cure all.

However, she may have a point here.  Any world populated with people dumb enough to turn Lady Gag into a celebrity has a big problem with self-esteem.

Ahmadinejad 41

26 09 2012


Mahmoud the Nutty calls for a “new world order.”

George H.W. Bush is Bush 41, George W. Bush is Bush 43, Obama is Bush 44, so I guess Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is Bush 45.

Also, the AP article has been truncated now, but the original stated that Tehran wanted the world to end sanctions against Iran so that it can have access to the “international banking system.”  Which means they want to operate within the “Zionist” system they claim to hate.

Border Jumpers

12 07 2012

United Nations

Today’s UN:  Not concerned about people sneaking across borders, but is concerned about guns sneaking across borders.

Latter can’t happen without former.

Dear Trent Lott: Get LOST

23 05 2012

He once opposed LOST.  That was back in the day, when he had voters and constituents that he had to be accountable to once every six years.

It’s amazing how much retirement and a big bag of money can make a man change his mind.

This is why a lot of foreign policy establishmentarians lost their shit over Richard Lugar being defeated.  It all has to do with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee — He would have run it assuming both his win and Republicans taking control.  With him gone, and still assuming Republican control, we’ll get a SFRC Chairman who will use LOST as a butt warmer.


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