Clowns & Jokers

Stuck in the middle.... Left, right, centre. It's a mess out there.

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Going Back for More

Why is it that in spite of widely and graphically reported kidnappings in Iraq and its surrounds of Western civilians , there are still people out there prepared to take the risk? If the images of Ken Bigley last year weren’t sobering enough to those moonbats out there who still believe we can negotiate with Islamic mentalists then im beginning to think we are all doomed in the West. Nothing would inspire me to visit an unstable part of the world where the worlds most forthright representatives of Islam dress up Initifada stylee and hover over hostages with RPGs on a pretty frequent basis. As noble as it might be for some to be on humanitarian missions it shows a degree of utter unconsciousness to have failed to recognise the threats – less noble more suicidal. And we now have to endure days of front page torment to accompany their hideous position. The fact that this particular Briton (and German) were a professor and archaeologist respectively is further confirmation to me that in those who reach lofty heights in academia land are too far removed from reality to know what is good for them. Hence they end up commenting on the philosophicalness of life. Professor Kember felt that demonstrating about peace didn’t go far enough and that he had to reach out to the people to share their experiences. Im no professor but I figure im smart enough to have figured out that those who want peace are blogging about their experiences on Iraq and sharing their delight about being rid of a tyrant. You can access their experiences daily without taking any risks. Those that aren’t are running around the country blowing up children, voters and troops and chopping off westerners heads. There IS no dialogue with people like this so why would you want to reach out to them?


At Wednesday, 30 November, 2005, Blogger "Alice" said...

Along with the British professor/peace activitist, is an American and two Canadians who are in the the same boat without any paddles.

All I can say is, not one hair better be touched on any soldier's heads, no matter what country they come from, in rescuing these stupid, stupid ivory-towered syndromed people.

And how ironic that these peace-activists are now going to be crying out for these stupid people to be saved probably by the very same people that they hold in such high distain for...the military.

I'm with you, Alison, they don't get it.There is a very cruel world out there beyond the books and corridors of high learning.

At Wednesday, 30 November, 2005, Blogger Rottweiler Puppy said...

Idema post is up over at the Puppy. (Sorry, I'm running late today!)

At Wednesday, 30 November, 2005, Blogger DV said...

to kill them?????

At Tuesday, 06 December, 2005, Blogger Snafu said...

Do the peace activists oppose an armed rescue attempt?

Some of their supporters were holding lit candles on the steps of St. Martins-in-the-fields the other day, I really struggled not to tell them where to go!!


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