The world is now what people thought it was 6 years ago.

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Quintilius Varus, give me back my legions.” ~ Augustus Caesar after the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest, in which three Roman Legions were slaughtered in ambush by an array of Germanic Barbarians.

People thought the world was really, really bad 6 years ago. They were wrong.

Then Obama took office. And the rest of the world has set about to test him. Now the world is really, really bad.

North Korea defies the entire world, and launches a missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.

Tehran is lying and weaseling its way to a nuclear bomb. We swallowed their lie and enemies of the Bush administration did everything they could to make intelligence reports that showed the Iranian governement was attempting to build a nuclear weapon, appear wrong. Now it may once again fall on Israel to be the bad guy.

Russia is doubling its military draft numbers.

Anarchists, criminals, reactionary Leftists and bored unemployed idiots hit the streets of Europe to do what those types do best: Wreck things.  

Pakistan and Mexico both teeter on the edge of failed-statehood.

The new Euro-American alliance will get us only a more European America, not an Americanized Europe. That is, moral and military weakness, post-modern self-hatred, an abandonment of traditional values, specifically of the Judeo-Christian ethic and finally a world that is more unstable because we pandered to the worst because they were loudest.

10 thoughts on “The world is now what people thought it was 6 years ago.

    Bill said:
    April 5, 2009 at 11:18 pm

    I once heard someone say an idea was so stupid only an intellectual could believe it When I hear people talking about the UN and international community being the answer to this, it’s dejavu all over again.

    The sad part is that a few years back, Team America mocked this whole thing – the international community was going to teach Kim a lesson by sending him a really strongly worded letter. He freaking pointed to the sky as he said “Watch me do this” and while the blabber mouths were talking about it, he went ahead and did it.

    A real response would have been a few cruise missiles fired off a destroyer to blow the hell out of that missile on the launch pad – but that would actually accomplish something and would no doubt piss off the international community.

    This administration is proving to be really inept at pretty much everything but they seem particularly incompetent at dealing with anything that requires real action. Didn’t Biden say “This guy has a back of steel” or something like that? I’m damn sure not seeing it.

    magus71 responded:
    April 6, 2009 at 11:05 am

    I’m trying, really trying to remember just one thing the UN has done to fulfill its role as international peace-keeper and defender of human rights.

    I can come up with a few swipes at defending the weak, such as in Kosovo or in Somalia. But even there their efforts were half-hearted and the tyrants took advantage of it.

    The people of Darfur and Angola have been slaughtered by the millions while the UN gave food for oil. Oh, wait. Food for Oil! The biggest fraud in the history of humanity, in which Saddam pocketed billions and the son of UN Secretary Kofi Annan did the same.

    Then, consider this: There are five permanent seats on the UN security council. Two of them are inhabited by China and Russia. Both countries are well known for hindering the West every chance they get and for a myriad of human rights violations. Seems the only qualification for being on the Council is to have nuclear weapons. Before you know it, Pakistan, North Korea and Iran will be there too.

    But Liberal Democrats will continue to believe that progress in inevitable. Just let the rest of the world’s worst human beings do whatever they want, and before you know it–Nirvana!!

    Or Armageddon.

    Amos Volante said:
    April 6, 2009 at 12:59 pm

    The U.N. reminds me of when someone from the hood breaks into a job like mayor or police chief. Sure, they’ve made it into the ranks of the law abiding, but they cannot help but be overwhelmed by the job.

    Then they start sliding back into the old ways. Why fight the bad guys? Just pay them, it’s easier. If you pay them enough then maybe you get some kickbacks!

    Then we all get to live just like our ancestors.

    Now that’s progress!

    kernunos said:
    April 6, 2009 at 10:45 pm

    The UN has absolutely no teeth without the U.S. and never will. We foot 60-70% of all funding for the UN. Heck we’ll be footing the bill for the entire world pretty soon. We are good sheep and getting a good fleecing for sure.

    This is scary to watch.

    Looks to be so true and too close to home. There are a few videos of him on youtube and keep in mind this is 1983.

    Bill said:
    April 7, 2009 at 1:53 am

    Kernunos – man, I didn’t need to watch that late at night. In retrospect, it’s really hard to imagine this was made up for dramatic effect – the fact it’s turned out so true is really worrisome

    kernunos said:
    April 8, 2009 at 2:09 am

    It is a seven part series if you watch all of them it takes a while. Truly scary and we have advanced as he said we would.

    magus71 responded:
    April 8, 2009 at 7:24 am

    You guys have to fill me in as I’m on a Department of Defense network and someone’s afraid that wacked out people like myself may learn something from streaming video. I can’t view youtube…

    What’s the video about?

    kernunos said:
    April 8, 2009 at 8:00 pm

    The video is about Yuri Bezmenov, a defected KGB expert. The videos are of seminar lectures he had done in L.A. in 1983. His ‘so called’ job was with the Novosti Press but he was really a KGB propaganda expert. Go figure, he was a reporter. He describes how the KGB undermines a government over time with subversion. Very eerie as the things he said would happen are happening now. It is a series of 7 videos during this conference and there are other interviews also. This is a must see for you Doug. You will be able to see them when you come here to visit. Do some searches with his name. Interesting and funny guy.

    magus71 responded:
    April 9, 2009 at 9:06 am

    The KGB is the cleverest and most dangerous intelligence agency in the history of the world. They are the only intelligence agency that has in any major way impacted the history of the world.

    We can’t match them because we’re ashamed to use their tactics and the media would be “outraged”, and have to name off agents posing as Russian journalists.

    Remember the whole Scooter libby thing? If what he did was so horrible, why did the media spout the female CIA agent’s name all over the world?

    “Today, former Defence Intelligence Agency contracter, William Brown was indicted for providing the technical means and know-how for building a neutron bomb to Iran. Please see the New York Times website which shows the exact copies of technical diagrams which Brown brought to the Iranian Embassy in 2008.”

    I made it up, but stuff like this really happens. Someone gets arrested and prosecuted for breaching security and then the media goes on to tell the whole world about classified US info. Why are they not prosecuted?

    kernunos said:
    April 9, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    Our media seems like a huge pawn of the KGB. Little puppets guided by their masters’ strings all along brashly thinking they are so noble and just. They will know their enemy when their strings go slack and have no guidance. The true enemy will be upon them.

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