Monday, June 16, 2003

Trés bien!
'France's defense minister took a double swipe at the United States on Saturday, accusing her counterpart Donald Rumsfeld of American supremacism and U.S. industry of waging "economic war" on Europe.'

From today
US media caved in to the Bush agenda
by Eric Margolis, The Toronto Sun
'Iraqis, Iranians, Pakistanis, Saudis, Taliban, al-Qaida ... it's all too much for many geographically challenged Americans. Don't bother us with the details and strange names, they say, kill 'em all, God will sort 'em out. The Muslim 'A-rabs' did 9/11 and we got revenge. Whacking those I-raqis made us feel a whole lot better. So what if Saddam didn't really have the weapons of mass destruction good ol' George W. Bush said endangered the entire world? All politicians lie. So what?"'

Tale of two b*tches
Or why the secular world is not cool. These vicious, clueless people (on their way to Las Vegas, natch) believe both in killing 'inconvenient' unborn babies, not realizing such makes life harder for women ’cos it's pig heaven for lowlife men, and in more use of the death penalty. Hahahahaha, die, die, die! Isn't it reassuring to know that this secular 'Generation Y' will have its hand on the switch of life support when my generation is old and feeble?

Ironically, the self-styled hipster élite (mostly privileged, upper-middle-class kids who 'got religion') who write for Envoy are neocons who support the war in Iraq (like their friends in the former Intercollegiate Studies Institute), so like in their religion, in which they are 'conservative' only in that they 'conserve' the innovations of the 1960s (ugh), they are only one jump removed, if that, from the secular people they expose and criticize so well in the blog entry linked above.

Tina Kim
Caught a bit of her act on the TV. She's kind of like Margaret Cho, except she's funny.

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