Monday, November 30, 2009

L'Amour Cowboys Kipling & Afghans

"That English lord, he I guided to his hunting. He was a dry lonely man ... He spoke of his fighting the Afghans ... 'Our enemies then,' he said to me, 'but damn fine fighters. Bold rascals and hard to kill, men who fought for the love of it.' He used to recite Kipling to me." --from Passin' Through, Louis L'Amour, 1985

Monday, November 9, 2009

Fort Hood Plea Bargain Media Bias & How PC Kills

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     Whether it be Fort Hood, Virginia Tech or 9-11, besides immediately divorcing any of these things from U.S. open-borders massive in-migration policies, political correctness requires those in the media to do their best to instantly turn the story around to the greatest danger of all: White people, ax handles in hand, rampaging through minority neighborhoods! 

     In any race or culture there are random nuts and haters, but only white people need to react, with their bodies still being counted, by trying to reign in their natural tendency for evil--or so the powers that be would have us believe.

     To add a note to this earlier above entry, the evidence now clearly shows how PC kills, with numerous red flags about the Virginia Tech and Fort Hood killers being ignored by academic and military officialdom because of racial and religious PC.

More recent news:

FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — More than three years after the deadly shooting rampage at Fort Hood, an Army psychiatrist may soon describe details of the terrifying attack for the first time, if he’s allowed to plead guilty to lesser charges.

Maj. Nidal Hasan would be required to describe his actions and answer questions about the Nov. 5, 2009, attack on the Texas Army post if the judge allows him to plead guilty to the lesser charges, as his attorneys have said he wants to do.
Any plea, which could happen at the next hearing in March, won’t stop the much-anticipated court-martial set to begin May 29. He faces the death penalty or life in prison without parole if convicted of 13 counts of premeditated murder. ...
Under military law, a judge can’t accept a guilty plea for charges that carry the death penalty. Hasan’s lawyers have said he is ready to plead guilty to charges of unpremeditated murder, which don’t carry a possible death sentence, as well as the 32 attempted premeditated murder charges he faces. ...