COLLECTIVE MADNESS


“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."

Saturday, February 10, 2007

Chinese Threat to Poler Regions

We know we have a problem with Islam and will always have a problem with Islam as long as they contine to have their issues with woman. And trust the Deuce, these guys have major big time mommy issues. Until the jihadiis get the cajones up to deal with woman on a normal basis, the jihadiis are going to be trouble.

And speaking of uniforms, remember when the Chicoms had the babes dressed in their favorite OD uniform? Well things have been a changing in China. That is a very good thing. Will Islamic woman learn how to handle their men and will the men be able to handle them? Chinese woman are poles away from that.




10 comments:

  1. Bob W. must have got his groove back. May be the new uniforms, but he is putting up some good posts. Check them out. over at Wilsonizer

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  2. The Chinese dance students are more in line with my current thinking.
    General P will do what ever General P does. It will make a major difference, or it will not.

    If by June or July, if they can claim some success, that'll be remembered. But whether the Islamo-Shia Government will be considered a "Success", in five years time, that I truely doubt.

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  3. Actually there are lots of pole dance classes available

    Lot more fun to watch than Square Dancing Class

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  4. It may be the case that Muslim birth rates collapse as literacy rises, that is, as soon as women in these traditional societies learn to read.

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  5. Deuce,

    thanks for the compliment and the traffic; this is my first weekend truly free since I got back from my trip.

    I think it is the fact that I am being lazy, lounging around in sweats for a change, that has provided me an opportunity to surf through blogs and write a little on my own.

    Haning the ACUs up for awhile, even a short weekend, is always refreshing.

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  6. "What style did those Iranians wear while they kidnapped our guys?"

    Good point; reminded me of article i read at GG.

    A major security loop-hole that can easily be exploited. Here are some recent examples besides the operation in Iraq:

    Los Angeles, US. 789 TSA (Transportation Security Administration) uniforms and badges have been stolen from LAX since late 2002. The uniforms and badges provide wearers with wide access of airport facilities. "If anyone gets these uniforms and badges they can pretty much walk in and do what they want."

    Acapulco, Mexico. Drug gangs posed as federal soldiers (including the red berets of special forces) to conduct an inspection of two local police departments in Acapulco. The soldiers disarmed the policemen, transported them to a remote storage area, and then gunned them down. Many local police stations were evacuated in response to these attacks.

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  7. I am all for pole dancing, as it were.

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  8. Pole dancing, lap dancing, what would Mao say?

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  9. Two Excellent articles, back to back, show that Putin's Stepped on It.

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