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Monday, September 18, 2006

The Good, The Bad and No Ugly...Yet

Some of these American policies are really starting to let me down.

-On another similar note, I found something on the internet that made me feel better, the first of these two video clips. [Be careful; both of these videos contain violent material; if you're a parent, I wouldn't advise you to allow your kids to watch either of them.]:


...Justice baby.

-I posted this other clip just in case an ultra-liberal decides to run across my page; if you're here, Mr. Onehumanfamily, I invite you to take a look at what kind of sub-human animals we're dealing with:



-Maybe you should try reasoning with them over a game of ultimate frisbee?

8 Comments:

  • Sub-Human Animals. It is an arduous situation that is occuring in many places in the world. But to label a human being as you have done is something that doesn't sit well with me. When murder begets murder, no progress has been made. Only the loss of human life. Why have we not learnt to deal with disputes by any other means?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:42 PM  

  • When they start acting like rational human beings by using their minds, then I will classify them as human. Some people cannot be dealt with using just diplomacy. I can't imagine sitting over brunch trying persuade (i.e. incentives package) Hitler to stop his mass extermination. I do know that it is a shame that those kinds of people are so misguided to refute facts, logic and reason, that the only way to stop them is through violence. What other options are there? Those people choose to be irrational to a point beyond debate and diplomacy, and when they reach that point, usually, it's where they meet their maker.

    By Blogger Daniel Rigby, at 2:40 PM  

  • When you deal with someone in a negative way, how can a positive outcome be achieved? The trouble is finding a technique to solve this war; however, more fire power doesn't seem to be doing the trick.

    If you expect others to use their minds, we cannot leave ours behind and get behind the gun. We need to find a humane solution to this inhumane problem.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:26 AM  

  • I dont think its negative to protect innocent people, or the ones I love. You cannot reason with someone who is so bent on destroying you and answers to an imaginary "god". They've already made up their minds. You should go over to Iraq and talk to the terrorists and try to reason with them. We'll see if you keep your head or not.

    By Blogger Daniel Rigby, at 7:56 AM  

  • If we cannot reason with them and we cannot silence them with gun play...What options do we have left?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:15 AM  

  • Regarding force; America is not allowed to unleash it's full potential of force because politicians and peace-mongerers will not allow them to . Remember that terrorist nations hate the West because we stand for the opposite value system as they do. He stand for individual rights; they violate individual rights whenever the opportunity comes around. I know that if the United States were allowed to use whatever force necessary, that this wouldn't currently be as big of a problem as it is. Iraq wasn't the first place we should have gone; Iran was. Iran is the center of all Islamic radicalism. If you are interested you should visit capmag.com and read the articles in Iran. I used to not care about Iran, but now I know that they are the biggest threat to the freest nation of Earth.

    By Blogger Daniel Rigby, at 12:14 PM  

  • Would you agree with me that an idea or religion cannont be extinguished by mere force?

    If you agree, then you must see that an alternative to violence is the only solution.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:37 PM  

  • Thats what I was saying; initially you try to reason with them. They view you as an infidel and want to chop your head off. Are you going to let them? How foolish is it to try and persuade a murderer to stop killing you when he's stabbing you to death? It starts with ideas; muslims will not accept rational ideas into their lives. I do not want to to kill innocent people that believe in islam; I want to protect innocent people by killing the radicals that kill other innocent people everyday, with absolutely no hesitation. They will not accept rationality, so the only other alternative - out of protection from them - is justified violence. The koran promotes violence toward the unbeliever(s) all the time.

    By Blogger Daniel Rigby, at 12:47 PM  

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