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Thursday, September 28, 2006

The Riots That Aren't -or Munich 1938 . . . again

It's the third day of rioting in Brussels -not that the news would like us to know . . . CNN, Fox news, Yahoo, BBC . . . not a word.

What we're seeing now is Appeasement . . . Welcome to Munich 1938.
Terrorists and their cohorts are left to run amok, as a sympathising west closes it's eyes in the hope that they'll just go away . . .

"How horrible, fantastic, incredible it is that we should be digging
trenches and trying on gas masks here because of a quarrel in a
far-away country between people of whom we know nothing.
" -
Neville Chamberlain

Soviet poster of the 1930's by Kukryniksy on the Munich agreement

Third Night of Ramadan Rioting in Capital of Europe The Brussels Journal:

It looks as if immigrants youths want to turn nightly rioting during the Islamic holy month of ramadan into an annual tradition. Around 8:30pm last night violence erupted again in Brussels, the capital of Europe. The riots centered on the Brussels Marollen quarter and the area near the Midi Train Station, where the international trains from London and Paris arrive. Youths threw stones at passing people and cars, windows of parked cars were smashed, bus shelters were demolished, cars were set ablaze, a youth club was arsoned and a shop was looted. Two molotov cocktails were thrown into St.Peter’s hospital, one of the main hospitals of central Brussels. The fire brigade was able to extinguish the fires at the hospital, but youths managed to steal the keys of the fire engine.
The up-side is with the growth of blogging, the truth is out there . . .
A quick Technorati search pulled up 563 blogs on the subject . . .
More on:
Michelle Malkin: Ramadan riots in Europe

Those "youths" are at it again [Snapped Shot]

Truth be told, though, I'm tired of this politic bit . . . it never changes, only aggravates . . .
I'm going back to my J-blogging roots for a while.
G'mar chasima tova.

Thanks to Daled Amos for tipping me off to the news