Category: Anti-Americanism

Hugo Chavez, Now an Official Tyrant

Hugo Chavez, Now an Official Tyrant

| August 6, 2008 | Reply

Hugo Chavez in all in for tyranny. He’s finally gone ahead and enacted a series of laws that all but cements his power as dictator, with the means to directly oppose the military if necessary, choke off money to disloyal regions, and more nationalization of private industry. We’re fortunate that the Democrats didn’t manage to […]

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UN and the West Don't Want A Genocidal Monster Arrested

UN and the West Don't Want A Genocidal Monster Arrested

| July 17, 2008 | Reply

It probably will not surprise you in the least that the effort by the ICC’s chief Prosecutor to get an arrest warrants for the genocidal Sudanede President Omar Hassan al-Bashir is being actively undermined by Western diplomats and the United Nations. The fear is that if the ICC issues an arrest warrant, al-Bashir will attack […]

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Well, Of Course They Hate Us.

Well, Of Course They Hate Us.

| July 5, 2008 | Reply

Maybe the world would hate us less if pollsters stopped comparing us to China. Asking a few positive questions and some critical reporting about polls like this would certainly help, too.

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Pedantry and Another Hatchet Job from McClatchy.

Pedantry and Another Hatchet Job from McClatchy.

| June 12, 2008 | 6 Replies

The leftist McClatchy News Service has an article today that tries to prove that China is, in fact, not looking for oil within 50 miles of Key West. The article has a lot of quotes from people who apparently don’t know anything about China doing anything in the water off of Cuba which is offered […]

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The UN's Bureaucratic Scold Will Stay Home

The UN's Bureaucratic Scold Will Stay Home

| June 11, 2008 | Reply

Well, finally, some good news from the United Nations. “Something unexpected of extreme gravity came up, totally outside of my control, that has made it impossible for me to take the red-eye flight that was already reserved from San Diego to Washington,” Bustamante wrote in a letter to immigrant group leader Ricardo Juarez, a coordinator […]

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You Know, It Is Possible That Iran Might Be Perhaps Lying About Its Nuclear Weapons Program. Maybe.

You Know, It Is Possible That Iran Might Be Perhaps Lying About Its Nuclear Weapons Program. Maybe.

| May 27, 2008 | 2 Replies

As John Maclane once said, “Welcome to the party, pal!” PARIS — The International Atomic Energy Agency, in an unusually blunt and detailed report, said Monday that Iran’s suspected research into the development of nuclear weapons remained “a matter of serious concern” and that Iran continued to owe the agency “substantial explanations.” Gosh! They finally […]

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Jimmy Carter Goes All-In with Evil

Jimmy Carter Goes All-In with Evil

| May 26, 2008 | 4 Replies

Sweet Mother of God, what does Jimmy Carter think he’s doing? Over the weekend he decided not only to reveal that Israel does have nuclear weapons (something that Israel has never revealed) but also to reveal exactly how many they have. This comes after his breathtakingly stupid turn as Hamas’ unofficial ambassador. What’s his next […]

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The UN is Going to Do What?? Where???

The UN is Going to Do What?? Where???

| May 18, 2008 | 6 Replies

Oh, you have got to be kidding me! GENEVA (Reuters) – A special U.N. human rights investigator will visit the United States this month to probe racism, an issue that has forced its way into the race to secure the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. The United Nations said Doudou Diene would meet federal and local […]

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The Burmese Tyrants Are Still Killing Their People. Oh, and It's Not "Myanmar" Around Here, Thanks.

The Burmese Tyrants Are Still Killing Their People. Oh, and It's Not "Myanmar" Around Here, Thanks.

| May 9, 2008 | Reply

Things are going from bad to worse to even worse in Burma. The highlights today. 1) The junta running Burma seized the first plane-load of supplies the UN sent there, which caused the UN to suspend any more shipments of aid supplies. 2) The junta then said it wanted more supplies, but no people and […]

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Meet the "Most Powerful Man in Iraq". He Isn't Iraqi.

Meet the "Most Powerful Man in Iraq". He Isn't Iraqi.

| April 30, 2008 | 1 Reply

I”m at a bit of a loss to describe this article from the McClatchy News Service. On one hand, I’m given to discounting much of what comes from McClatchy as biased and distorted, because it generally is. On the other hand, it is one of the most solid articles on Iraq I’ve read by anyone […]

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