Nethanyahu loses his only justification

gaza revolt

The Cabinet is absolutely right and what’s more, this is the same criticism levelled at Putin who is pussyfooting about and previously at the Bushes.

Easy to see why. At the turn of the century [1900], John Arbuthnot Fisher wrote:

The essence of war is violence. Moderation in war is imbecility.

It was a devil’s deal with Egypt and Sa-udi – you take out Hams for us and take the flak, we’ll look the other way. The better of two ways for Israel was to go in and occupy, annexe temporarily – for a year, say.

During that time, there’s an enormous military presence. They take their time, take out the tunnels and dumps, stop the rockets.

The worse reason which Nethanyahu pursued was, in a limited campaign with unknown limits and undefined quantities of targets:

1. To take out as many tunnels and dumps at they could;
2. To take out as many Hamas as possible whilst doing it.…

Ten thoughts on the little girl with the Uzi

“The Uzi, still used by the US Secret Service, is also beloved of gangs in the United States because of its reputation as “a macho weapon,” said analyst Tim Brown of Globalsecurity.org. But he added the Uzi “is not a very good gun — it’s very inefficient, inaccurate. . . . It’s mostly used in bad Hollywood action movies.”

uzi killingNot even I’m idiot enough to suggest that the evil Them planned for this little girl to go to a shooting range so that an instructor could die and thus reinforce the removal of guns from people.

Yet the effect is just that. Wait for the outcry from the left and everyone drops into established political rhetoric.

My thoughts

1. If the state removes weapons from people, then only the crims and the state are left with them and can do whatever they damn well like.

2. The Uzi is not just for Hollywood.…

It’s not the morality, it’s the danger

notting hill ethics

In the post:

http://www.nourishingobscurity.com/2014/01/12atonalism-and-that-agenda/

… I quoted the Schiller Institute at length, of which this is part:

The ugliness we see around us has been consciously fostered and organized in such a way, that a majority of the population is losing the cognitive ability to transmit to the next generation, the ideas and methods upon which our civilization was built.

The loss of that ability is the primary indicator of a Dark Age. And, a new Dark Age is exactly what we are in. In such situations, the record of history is unequivocal: either we create a Renaissance—a rebirth of the fundamental principles upon which civilization originated—or, our civilization dies.

Yuri Bezmenov touched on it in the 80s:

The result? The result you can see … the people who graduated in the 60s, dropouts or half-baked intellectuals, are now occupying the positions of power in the government, civil service, business, mass media, and educational systems.

Non-fractal Japanese restaurant for Malfunctioning Units [Male and Female]

Possibly deeply inspired by JD’s fractals, Chuckles has helpfully sent some suggestions for the interior decor of the boat:

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Well, thank you for that. All suggestions have been gratef, thankfu, excit, er received.  Yes, they look supe, magnif, oh I don’t know.  The site itself says:

“It’s like the world’s most outrageous interior designers were given crayons, glue sticks, glitter and mescalin, and told to go crazy”

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Chuckles advises that to get a seat at this Japanese restaurant, for that’s what it is, one should book early to avoid disappointment.

The music, apparently, is a sampled and remixed Kate Bush in her prime.

I had to think long and hard when to drop this post on you and what better time than when you’ve just woken up in the morning and are about to have breakfast.

Here’s one to have with your next bite:

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I’d love to explore the inner recesses of the Japanese mind which gave us war in the Pacific, concentration camps, plus the Burmese Railway and this restaurant but you don’t have time, off you go, things to do.…