Archives for December 2005
Welcome to 2006:
UPDATE: “Who’s in a Conga Line now, then?”
Having been a part of the anti-war movement since before the “war” with Iraq started, I can attest to the fact that what was sorely missing before this year was the “youth of America.” Our meetings and marches were dominated by Viet Nam era citizens, and some of the students that did come to our early meetings quickly got bored with hanging around with an older generation, understandably …
Meetings are tedious. As much as we encouraged and recruited, we had very little luck in drawing the youth of our nation into the movement in large numbers.
Kids are smart these days, Ward.Posted by Tim B. on 12/31/2005 at 01:53 PM
“Enviro-tards are probably holidaying in Europe,” writes Art Vandelay, “which would explain the blizzards.” He’s referring to the inverse law of global warm-mongering, which holds that global warming protests invariably result in local colding. So, does Art’s travel theory hold up?
Exhibit B: “Paris had its first substantial snowfall on Friday, as icy weather continued to grip much of Europe.”
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A new documentary by US film-maker Mark Levin explores post 9/11 anti-Semitism. One French viewer isn’t convinced:
Dorith Bensala, a member of the audience, thought the film lacked objectivity. “The cameraman is Jewish, all the Jews in the film are good Jews. The others are portrayed as baddies. The main goal of the film is to say that the Jews do not control the world, that the Protocols of Zion are wrong. The film is totally prejudiced.”
Equal time for the Protocols, please! And is it too much to ask for a non-Jew cameraman? Let’s not be totally prejudiced!