Sunday, September 12, 2010

Hello KKK.

I try not to swear to often but this is BULLSHIT.  American groups criticizing the building of a Mosque near ground zero is one thing.  The part that really gets me is when they start to plan the burning of the Koran, or when they decide to burn and vandalize Mosques around the nation. What could possibly be going through these pastors and radical Christian minds?  Have they truly stooped to the level of the terrorists that destroyed the World Trade Centers back in 2001?  That is all they are. They are a modern day KKK that now targets Islams in America and around the world.  The middle east thinks we hate them, and I guess they were damn right.  What horrible society have we created that refuses to see each side of a situation. What blind, corrupted, and stupid society believes that a peaceful practice is supporting the enemy.  What society is ignorant enough to pass up peace when it is offered to us.I hate that I am going to be part of the next generation that discriminated against people not for their color but for their beliefs.

       "We are Americans, too," he said. "We are doctors. We are investment bankers. We are taxi drivers.       We are store keepers. We are lawyers. We are... part of the fabric of America."
 -Feisal Abdul Rauf a Mosque supporter

I do not claim any religion and I see how fucked up you all are.

good job America

The original story can be found here on BBC News:

What a lame thing to have to post.


Saturday, September 11, 2010

Like two siblings finally growing up.

So North Korea finally is making some effort to win over the good graces of the world and South Korea.  Good.  It is a lot like two siblings getting to the age where they realize that they were fighting over stupid things.  These two nations are now seeing that they can work together and support each other.  Isn't it surprising what relief you can bring to a people when you finally stop being idiots about the situation.  Family reunions suggested by the North?  That is very good indeed.  Especially good since the last time there were six-party talks about a denuclearized Korean peninsula was in late 2008.

Good job Koreas! You are well on your way to becoming a peaceful tourist destination!= )

tradin' in nukes for cukes

The original story can be found on the New York Times website here: