Nightcap: The “I’m outraged!” post

posted at 11:06 pm on August 28, 2006 by Allahpundit

You watch. I’m going to dump all these blogable links here, and then tomorrow there won’t be a single thing in the news worth writing about. Like clockwork.

• Adults brainwashing kids to support ethnic cleansing at Palestinian summer camps? I’m outraged!

When asked about this “truth,” Hisham launches into a monologue on history from his perspective: “We teach the children the truth. How the Jews persecuted the prophets and tortured them. We stress that the Jews killed and slaughtered Arabs and Palestinians every chance they got. Most important, the children understand that the conflict with the Jews is not over land, but rather over religion. As long as Jews remain here, between the [Jordan] river and the sea, they will be our enemy and we will continue to pursue and kill them. When they leave we won’t hurt them.”…

Regarding Jewish-Arab relations, Fadl is quite decisive: “I think that what they are teaching us here about Islam and the Jews is correct. There will never be peace with them.”

Fadl is 11 years old.

• Woman-hating Pakistani clerics threatening violence over female earthquake-relief workers? I’m outraged!

Syed Atta Ullah Shah, the prayer leader of the central mosque in Bagh in northern Pakistan, said local residents were outraged by the employment of the female aid workers and called the aid agencies’ behavior “obscene,” alleging they “hire beautiful girls and take them to Islamabad for their enjoyment.”

“There will be demonstrations and damage may be caused to public property and a law and order situation would be created in the area,” he threatened.

• John Kerry reviving charges that the 2004 election was rigged in order to score points against Ohio gubernatorial candidate Ken Blackwell? I’m outraged! not surprised, really.

• The History Channel (Australia) commemorating 9/11 with a special airing of degenerate retard Dylan Avery’s revisionist opus “Loose Change”? I’m outraged!

Bonus Truther-related outrage: WaPo tosses some chum in the water by wondering why Bin Laden’s FBI Most Wanted poster doesn’t mention 9/11. Don’t you know? It’s because 9/11 was an inside job perpetrated by a government that will stop at nothing to cover its tracks — except accuse Osama of masterminding the attack on an FBI Most Wanted poster, apparently. That’s where they draw the line.

Bonus bonus: New Hampshire gets its very own Kevin Barrett. And the Daily Mail identifies AQ’s head capo in Britain — and he looks strangely familiar. Outrageous!

• Noam Chomsky saying the U.S. is “far” from being a fascist state and “[i]n many respects … is the most free country in the world”? I’m outraged — at the sudden realization that he’s to the right of many left-wing bloggers.

• Mexican yuppies paying 15 bucks a head for the privilege of pretending they’re impoverished illegals sneaking across the border? I’m outraged!

• And finally, this prancing ninny accusing my fantasy lady of “bad manners”? I’m outraged!

You’ve made yourself a very unpowerful enemy, Tucker Carlson. A very unpowerful enemy indeed.


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More Chomsky…

That aside, the US has been no more interventionist than Britain or France, often less so, as in 1956.

He just told a moonbat that despite Bush’s “militarism”, the US hasn’t been extraordinarily interventionist.

Wow.

DaveS on August 28, 2006 at 11:25 PM

There’s your big chance and invitation AP – find a way to help the lady of your fancy how to stop saying “you know” and you’re in! What should keep you up all night now!

For once, so happens to have been this time, Ann was not insulting anyone, no matter how one feels about her.

Concurring on all other “outrageous” items, except one, which isn’t even surprising because it’s amusing and amazing – Mrs. Heinz must have left the door open again, or she’s given up.

Once women don’t care any more how their men look (appearance, matched attire, clipped everything, etc.) or how they (mis)behave, it’s over!

Entelechy on August 29, 2006 at 12:30 AM

AP, you’ve gotta use the second picture in that Times article of the prancing ninny… sadly for Carlson it’s not a photoshop.

RightWinged on August 29, 2006 at 1:15 AM

Noam Chomsky saying the U.S. is “far” from being a fascist state and “[i]n many respects … is the most free country in the world”? I’m outraged — at the sudden realization that he’s to the right of many left-wing bloggers.

That aside, the US has been no more interventionist than Britain or France, often less so, as in 1956.

Could it be that Noam Chomsky’s “evil twin” (or would that be his “good twin?”) was interviewed by mistake? These are not the words of the same Noam Chomsky that I despise.

georgej on August 29, 2006 at 3:52 AM

Jeeze, and my wife calls me nutty…

Kini on August 29, 2006 at 5:27 AM

Woman-hating Pakistani clerics threatening violence over female earthquake-relief workers

Monty Python quote from the Holy Grail –

Bet your’re gay

No I’m not

Kini on August 29, 2006 at 6:11 AM

Why, oh why would they put Tucker Carlson in a cheesy reality show so that I’m forced to watch it? WHY?!

Tanya on August 29, 2006 at 10:49 AM

“He obeys, sitting in a chair and assuming a smirky fed-up look that will launch another routine. In the actual show, she may remove a bow tie from Mr. Carlson’s neck, she says. It would suggest rebellion, release. “Please don’t write that,” she says to a reporter. “It should be a surprise.””

So, naturally, Mark Leibovich, writing for the NYT, the idiot reporter couldn’t keep anybody’s secret. I so wanted to see the Russian dancer rip the tie off the talkie. My show is ruined. Now I’ll have to watch Animal Planet.

bobbythehon on August 29, 2006 at 4:17 PM