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Friday, January 29, 2016

The Original Safe Zones

Civilization is like a walled city.  We are safe on the inside from the danger and barbarity that is outside, only under certain conditions.  If those in the city wish to keep what we have – our wealth, our way of life – if we wish to remain safe and wish for our women to remain safe, we must maintain those conditions.  There are reasons our forefathers built the walls around the city, and if we don’t want to experience firsthand what those reasons are, we need to maintain the habits and character traits of a people who are willing and able to defend the walls of our city.

Or we can be like Cologne.  Evidently the Germans imagine they can create "safe zones" for their women to keep them from being robbed, assaulted, and raped at public events by the hundreds of thousands of young Muslim males the Germans allowed into their country.  

Right.  Viel Gl├╝ck damit.  As Sarah Hoyt put it so succinctly at Instapundit: "Europe used to be the safe zone."  Now the walls are broken; the marauders run rampant inside, and the fools that (for the moment at least still) run the joint think they can create – what? – temporary  redoubts to which their women can flee during holidays?  This is deeply, deeply stupid, and it signals an amazing lack of will to do what they need to do to in order to protect themselves. 

There’s another proverb the Germans need to keep in mind, 18:11: “The wealth of the rich is their fortified city; they imagine it a wall too high to scale.”  That is, there’s a difference between being rich and being strong.  The Europeans are still rich, for now, but they better remember how to get strong again, fast.  And they need to see to their walls.

Thursday, January 14, 2016

What really happened to our sailors?

These are patches I received in the Navy in the 1980’s.  The bottom one is for Special Boat Unit 20, where I was stationed in 1986/87, and the one on top is for SERE (Survival, Evasion,Resistance & Escape) School which I attended in – it must have been - October of 1986.  



The Navy sent us to SERE School because as members of a small boat crew, our odds of being captured by the enemy are higher than if we were, say, on the crew of a destroyer.  The Navy also used to send all flight crews through SERE training for the same reason, and I presume it still does.

That brings me to the incident this week with the Iranians.

Allen West is starting to ask the right questions:
First of all, I find it odd that these Riverine craft were operating on an excursion from Kuwait to Bahrain. Why were they not hugging close to the coast line? Now, I also find it perplexing to be told that the engines of the boats malfunctioned. If that were the case, an immediate call should have been made and at least, aerial surveillance and support should have been dispatched. The next thing would have been immediate dispatching of a recovery vessel to support these two boats. Regardless of one or two boat engines malfunctioning, what should have happened after a distress call was all hands manning the boat weapons. They should have been in an immediate defensive posture to secure themselves until recovery was complete — or they were back underway. 
I find it rather disturbing that any Iranian watercraft were able to approach these two heavily armored assault boats. My question would be, was the on-board radar equipment operable? If so, then the approaching enemy craft would have been detected. That being the case, the officer in charge should have reported contact, verified that they were not friendly, and taken action to defend his position, his boats. That means warning shots should have been fired, if not heeded, and then the full power of these assault boats levied against the enemy watercraft — with situation reports being sent to higher command. We need to know why exactly those actions were not taken — and if the young officer in charge was told to not take any action. And if so, by whom.
Read the whole thing.  Especially note the Code of Conduct for American military personnel (which is also repeated at the SERE School link above).  Allen West is right.  There is nothing about this incident, as portrayed so far, that makes any sense whatsoever.  I take it as a given the Iranians are lying about it.  But I would really like to know why our own Navy is lying.  The story cannot be what we have been told so far.

For what it’s worth, the story is evidently no longer interesting enough to even be on the Washington Post home page this morning, and the New York Times imbecilicly reports it as some sort of diplomatic success.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

It already is worse.

Breitbart London reports that German police are ordered to under-report or misreport the extensive criminal activities of the invading Saracen hordes (drolly referred to as “refugees” ) who are sweeping over what used to be the heart of Christendom.  A sample: 
“The officer told the paper the public do not get an accurate idea of what is really happening in the migrant crime wave, because events are mis-reported by police to prevent outrage.”
 “If a refugee wants to escape our control, we can’t even detain him. This is dictated from above. To do so would be physical violence”.
 “Bernd revealed “95 percent of refugees are single men”.”
The entire piece is worth reading.  A lot of us on the right have been predicting this is going to get much worse.  I’m now starting to think it already is much worse.  We just don’t know the extent of it yet.  I wonder if we are going to see European politicians hanging from lampposts before 2016 is out?

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Here's your chance, Ladies. Start in Cologne.

Chris Muir was positively brutal in his Day By Day cartoon from couple days ago.


It’s the only place so far where I’ve seen these thoughts expressed and that kind of surprises me.  Sometimes it seems white men are blamed for all the problems of the Earth.  And some of that blame has been loudly and continuously shouted by white women.  We don’t let women have the freedom they feel they should have.  We hold them back from the good jobs.  There is no traditional male role that should be reserved for men.  Anything men can do women can do.


Okay.  If that is the all true, here’s your chance ladies.  Start in Cologne.

Thursday, January 7, 2016

The German Cover Up Of the Saracen Attacks

This is a follow up  to my post yesterday about the Saracen sexual assaults in Cologne, Germany.  Or, rather, the sexual assaults in several cities, including Cologne.

Much more information has come out, and the more that comes out, the worse it is.  Eye-witness accounts make it clear the police were aware of the level of the attacks as they occurred.  Despite initial denials, the police now concede the attacks were carried out in large part by recently arrived “refugees" from the Middle East.

Some German government officials seem to be still trying to get away with accusing their countrymen of bigotry and hoping that makes the complaints stop. This must be panic on their parts.  I don’t see how it can continue to work but it’s as if they don’t know what else to do.  The Gods of the Copybook Headings are attacking and the German government is, momentarily at least, unable to deal.  What do you do when your people learn you have been allowing the Saracens to rape your women in your streets?

This will not end well.

Breitbart London is all over this story and may be coming to own it.

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Some questions about the attacks in Cologne

The American Interest relays a report on the New Year’s Eve assault of a large number of German women by Middle Eastern men in the middle of downtown Cologne.

THE COMING BACKLASH
Migrants Molested Women in Cologne on NYE
“A mob men (sic) of reportedly North African and Arab origin assaulted women in downtown Cologne on New Year’s Eve, in attacks Mayor Henriette Reker characterized as “monstrous” and “lawlessness.”
 “Some 90 criminal complaints, including one allegation of rape, have been brought to the Cologne police department after women said they were molested by a crowd of men who had gathered in the city’s famous square between its central train station and towering Gothic cathedral.” (emphasis added)
Further details...
“City police chief Wolfgang Albers said the crowd was composed of up to 1,000 heavily intoxicated men who gave the appearance of being “Arab or North African” in background.”
But recall also that on that day there was other news concerning famous German cities, train stations, and crowds:  New Year's Eve attack planned in Munich: police

So on New Year’s Eve, all of Germany was preparing for attacks on crowds in public places such as, say, train stations.  All things considered, it is not unreasonable the authorities should have considered that the famous cathedral in Cologne might also be a potential jihadi target.  Knowing this, we are now told that a crowd of 1,000 frick’n Arabs sexually assaulted scores of German women in those very places.  Considering the security concerns in Germany that night, I don’t see how it is reasonable that there were no police around.  Cops were there.  They had to be.  They were waiting for terrorist attacks in every major city in Europe.  Is it even possible that police in Cologne did not see these sexual assaults carried out by Arab mobs?  Did these attacks not occur right in front of the police's eyes?

Scores of German women being assaulted in front of them, and no  mounted troops charged in?  No water cannons, no tear gas?  Not even a couple beat cops swinging batons to protect women who were being attacked wholesale right there in front of them?

Here are the real questions:
  1. Did German police witness these attacks as they occurred?
  2. If not, where the hell were they?
  3. If, as is far more likely, they were indeed there, who was the officer in charge?  What is his name?
  4. How is it he did not order this men to start kicking ass on the spot? 


I would really, really like to know the answers to these questions, and I’ll bet there are a whole lot of German citizens who want to know those answers as well.