December 27, 2007

Benazir Bhutto assassination: Democracy not for everyone

Our hand-basket arrives in Hell
Big news this morning: Benazir Bhutto was assassinated Thursday, shot in the neck and chest at a campaign rally before a homicide bomber blew himself up, killing 20 others. Everyone with a blog is doing an analysis of this bloody development and trying to predict what its effects will be. Will the murder help Giuliani? Will it hurt Ron Paul? Will Fred Thompson stick his foot in his mouth over it? I say these issues are small potatoes.

I think its too early to get into specifics, but the idea of seeing democracy take root among these worthless backward Mohammedan fanatics will be revealed for the Western pipe dream it is. It might be time to take their nuclear toys away from them. Mohammedan fundamentalists don't fit into the modern world, and never will. Human garbage can't operate a democracy.

All I can say for sure is that this doesn't bode well for our efforts to crush the Mohammedan Jihad.
Update: In town for a hot bath. Cable TV & internet is included. Flipping the news channels I'm aghast at the facility with which the experts and pundits bandy about absolutely outrageous theories and scenarios that may or should unfold in the aftermath of this Bhutto's murder. Its scary to see how blind or stupid most of them are.

It isn't all that complicated, folks. We must wipe out al Qaeda in Pakistan. Rooting them out of Afghanistan will never be enough. We must destroy every one of al Qaeda's strongholds, starting with the one that harbors bin-Laden and al-Zawahiri, and finishing up with the Jihad Chic nests in Saudi Arabia.

It makes me gag to hear talk of "bringing them to justice"; these murderous madmen and their equally mad followers must be destroyed. After they are gone, we must make sure that Jihad is never taught again, anywhere.

Eternal vigilance is the price of our Liberty. IMHO

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