“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."

Sunday, April 27, 2008

I don't know what the future holds...


  1. Well, the morons got the old simple rhythm of the protst chant down right, hey, hey, blah blah blah, ho, ho, blow, blow, blow.

    from John Lott's Website--

    Was Obama an Employee of William Ayres?
    The left wing blog site, No Quarter, notes something shocking that has not gotten really any attention:

    Barack also was essentially an employee of Bill Ayers for eight years.

    In 1995, the Chicago Annenberg Challenge was created to raise funds to help reform the Chicago public schools. One of the architects of the Challenge was none other than Professor Bill Ayers. Ayers co-wrote the initial grant proposal and proudly lists himself on his own website as the co-founder of the Challenge.

    And who did William Ayers, co-creator of the Challenge, help select as the new director of the board for this program? Barack Obama. Barack Obama was the first Chairman of the Board of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge. This appointment came at a crucial time in Barack’s life. He was on the verge of challenging longtime state Senator Alice Palmer for her job. When Barack decided to run, it is no surprise that he turned to William Ayers and his wife, Bernardine Dohrn for help in organizing the campaign and in hosting his first fundraiser in the district.

  2. That's explosive news bob. Wonder if the MSM will pick it up?

    This post is in response to the news that Gates of Vienna was cut-off by Pajamas Media.

  3. Probably not, unless we're mainstream.:) :(

  4. How do these monsters pass through immigration? Why are not the immigration officers who let these jihadi monsters in, not sanctioned and removed? Why are these jihadis not jailed and deported en mass? WTF is going on with our governments?

  5. Very regrettable decision by Roger Simon and PJM. A resurgence of brutish nationalism is the only thing that will save us from the scourge of Islam.

  6. However, there is an additional consequence that should be mentioned here in closing. I am happy to be corrected on this point, but I have gained the impression from various sources over the years that it is precisely those who are plunged into violence without having been conditioned to deal with it psychologically, in whatever manner, that are most likely to commit atrocities (excluding those who are already ideologically committed to them). If violence does erupt in European countries between natives and Muslims, I consider it highly likely that people who had never done anything more violent than beat eggs will prove incapable of managing the psychological transition to controlled violence and start killing anything that looks remotely Muslim. Our unspoken conviction that we, in 21st-century Europe, have moved beyond such savagery will be shown to be an arrogance founded on a few decades of fragile peace and prosperity, taken for granted and allowed to slip through our fingers for no reason at all.

    from the article Surrender, Genocide or What

  7. Stormgaard said...
    I just posted a comment in your defense over at LGF and...

    I shit you not...

    WITHIN 1 minute and 30 seconds I was banned from the site.

    Welcome to the cutting edge. You're the only website that makes a difference anymore.


    Dymphna said...

    There is a nice club for LGF rejects. It's the Gulf Coast Pundit. They have a forum set up and a wide range of subjects.

    The intelligent rejects can be found there.

    The midgets are still yabbling at Chazzer's.

    But surely you knew mentioniong GoV is a mortal sin in CJ's eyes.

    He is in his glory right now, pulling strings and riding his bike.


    Just google Gulf Coast...interesting place

  8. Just kidding about Roger, but Charles looks like he's striving to join up!

  9. To read about a well attested UFO sighting go Here scroll down to the Dec. 31 1978/Jan 1, 1979 New
    Zealand entry, follow the link.

  10. Maybe you oughtta remount a Deere and try to regain your common sense!

  11. Rev. Wright Speaks

    Lesser journalists continue to characterize the Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s sermons as hate speech, without ever having heard more than snippets of them.

    As Wright tells the great Bill Moyers, the meaning of his sermons has been deliberately distorted to achieve a political goal, and it worked. Updated.
    (the Great Bill Moyers!)


  12. Desperately Seeking Street Cred

    - Dowd
    Maybe I’ve been reading too many stories about the fad of teenage vampire chick lit, worlds filled with parasitic aliens and demi-human creatures, but there’s something eerie going on in this race.

    Hillary grows more and more glowy as Obama grows more and more wan.

    Is she draining him of his precious bodily fluids? Leeching his magic? Siphoning off his aura?

    It used to be that he was incandescent and she was merely inveterate. Now she’s bristling with life force, and he looks like he wants to run away somewhere for three months by himself and smoke.

    Hillary is not getting much sleep or exercise, and doesn’t, like the ascetic Obama, abstain from junk food and coffee and get up at dawn to work out on the road. She’s still a long shot and she’s 14 years older than her rival.

    Yet she’s the one who is more energetic and focused and beaming, and he’s the one who seems uneven and gauzy, often fatigued and unable to disguise being fed up with the slog. Even his speeches don’t have the same pizazz.

    A man at a sports bar in Latrobe, Pa., advised Obama, “Get some sleep, Barack, you look like you’re tired, man.”

  13. Update:
    Video and a transcript of the full Wright interview can be found here.

  14. Charles invents phantom "attack," then labels Dymphna a "fascist sympathizer" !

    Classy, Indeed!

    Gates of Vienna Attacks Robert Spencer

    Following Robert Spencer’s post about the need for the anti-jihad movement to reject white nationalists and racialists, fascist sympathizer Dymphna of Gates of Vienna launches an amazingly sleazy attack on Spencer in the comments to his post:
    Jihad Watch:
    Why the anti-jihad resistance is not about race

  15. I knew that would get a rise outta you.:)

    The title of the thread is, "I don't know what the future holds..."!

    A Universe like This holds no mystery for the man of common sense.:)

  16. We should stop calling illegal immigrants illegal aliens or whatever and start calling them fugitives from justice.

  17. Why not call them Aliens from Outer Space?
    Have a Manhatten Project for
    Space Saucer Interceptors!


  18. McCain's War Words: Obama's Relations with Wright Beyond Belief

    Sen. John McCain came out swinging against the Rev. Jeremiah Wright on Sunday and suggested Sen. Barack Obama's relationship with the controversial minister was "beyond belief."

    Campaigning in Coral Gables, Fla., McCain reiterated that he still wants the North Carolina Republican Party to stop running an ad that shows Wright screaming "God damn America." The ad links the pastor with Obama.
    But McCain said he was deeply disturbed by new comments Wright has made.

    "I saw yesterday some additional comments that have been revealed by Pastor Wright, one of them comparing the United States Marine Corps with Roman Legionnaires who were responsible for the death of our savior. I mean being involved in that, it's beyond belief. And then of course saying that al-Qaida and the American flag were the same flags," McCain told reporters.

    McCain pointed out that Obama told Fox News Sunday that he thought criticism of his involvement with Wright was fair.
    Return Fire is ...CHANGE!

    The Obama campaign reacted quickly to McCain's broadside.

    "With each passing day, John McCain acts more and more like someone who's spent 26 years learning the divisive, distracting tactics of Washington," an Obama campaign statement read.
    "That's not the *change* that the American people are looking for."

  19. My mind encompassed trivialities like those at a very early age, al-Bob!

    My only regret is Albert Eienstein did not live long enough to be enlightened by my groundbreaking insights.