Saturday, March 17, 2012


Unpretentious ballad from Plain White T's, Hey there Delilah.

Guys hail from Chicago. They formed in 1997 in Lombard, same state. Hey there Delilah is from their third album, All that we needed (2005).

Rush with Marathon, from the 1985 album Power Windows (one of the last vinyls I bought). If not the last.

Goede wijn behoeft geen krans (*).


(*) Good wine needs no bush.

Friday, March 16, 2012


Probably an item that escaped the attention of a lot of people outside Belgium, especially in the States, but on Monday evening, March 12, a sunni muslim who was illegally in the country entered a shiite mosque in Anderlecht, that's a Brussels suburb, and set fire to the building. The mosque's imam stayed in the fire, although actually he died of smoke inhalation. Here's the gist in a screenshot from the Baghdad Broadcasting Company:


It's bad enough that muslim parasites invade our countries, helped and protected by the left. But in addition, what they also import is their nice quarrels. The above episode falls into the same category as the fights between kurds and turks which took place in Antwerp in November 2011:


Luckily, every cloud has a silver lining. Muslims killing each other off is a win/win situation. GO FOR IT MOHAMMED AND ABDEL!!! (if we can be of help?)


Thursday, March 15, 2012


Pontoise, France, 17 February. In front of the Pontoise mosque, the 'Collectif sheikh yassin' (you may remember the scumbag whom the israelis neatly dispatched in 04) organizes a demo to denounce France's 'burka ban', comparing it a.o. with the Srebrenica massacre.

Musulmans debout ! : Mosquée de Pontoise door Resistance_palestinienne

Naturally, there's a nauseating tirade against us infidels, with the speaker demanding that allah breaks our back, destroys the zionists, frees paleostina etc etc etc. Nihil nove sub sole, hear that a 1,000 times etc etc etc. Look at the crowd. All of them peaceful, moderate, law-abiding Fwench citizens.

The second video is what a burial of a turkish criminal looks like in Berlin:

It's in the details. The guy in question was a member of a gang of 20 turkish hoodlums and criminals which attacked indigenous Germans (aka 'Bio-Deutsche'). The Germans retaliated, killing one turk in a case of legitimate self-defense. If a case is recognized as such in Europe, I GUARANTEE it was indeed legitimate self-defense.

Lookie look at how popular mr turkish agressor was.

We've shed light on this phenomenon before. Whenever westerners hear of a white criminal gunned down, OUR reaction is 'Good riddance'.

Not so muslims. Take a good, hard look at this scum, mourning the death of a scumbag.

Prepare for Battle.


Wednesday, March 14, 2012


On Tuesday evening at around 9pm a Belgian bus carrying 52 people crashed into a concrete wall in a tunnel on the A9 highway in Switzerland, near the town of Sierre. The bus carried mostly schoolchildren, most of them around 12 years old, and they were returning to Belgium following a ski class in Switzerland, which is common practice in Belgian schools this time of the year.

Thus far there are 28 fatalities.

22 of them are children. 7 of them are Dutch. This is because the victims are a.o. from a school in Lommel, which is near the Dutch border.

As a parent, a father of two kids, who my wife and I love passionately, I can't even begin to comprehend the agony the parents of the victims must now go through. Now. At this very moment. I do not think that in their situation, I would be able to cope. I'm pretty sure of that.

There are no words for this. The carnage was horrifying. Even the hardened Swiss rescue teams had trouble coping with the scene from hell.

I... would like to ask for your thoughts and prayers. To the relatives of the victims we offer our sincere and heartfelt condolences.


Tuesday, March 13, 2012


Basically, I agree with Rush Limbaugh. I wouldn't have put it in such stark terms, but Limbaugh is right. People expecting government to cough up the money for their contraceptives are not just lazy or irresponsible or pathetic...

... they are S - I - C - K.

Mark Steyn in the Orange County Register, March 12, 2012:

"Oh, and the "young coed" turns out to be 30, which is what less-evolved cultures refer to as early middle age. She's a couple of years younger than Mozart was at the time he croaked but, if the Dems are to be believed, the plucky little Grade 24 schoolgirl has already made an even greater contribution to humanity.

She's had the courage to stand up in public and demand that someone else (and this is where one is obliged to tiptoe cautiously, lest offense is given to gallant defenders of the good name of American maidenhood such as the many prestigious soon-to-be-former sponsors of this column who've booked Bill Maher for their corporate retreat with his amusing "Sarah Palin is a c***" routine ...)

Where was I? Oh, yes. The brave middle-age schoolgirl had the courage to stand up in public and demand that someone else pay for her sex life.

Well, as noted above, she's attending Georgetown, a nominally Catholic seat of learning, so how expensive can that be? Alas, Georgetown is so nominally Catholic that the cost of her sex life runs to three grand – and, according to the star witness, 40 percent of female students "struggle financially" because of the heavy burden of maintaining a respectable level of pre-marital sex at a Jesuit institution.

As I said, I'm on the other side of the planet, so maybe I'm not getting this. But I'd say the core issue here is not religious liberty, which in these godless times the careless swing voter now understands as a code phrase meaning that uptight Republicans who can't get any action want to stop you getting any, too.

PhotobucketNor is the core issue liberty in its more basic sense – although it would certainly surprise America's founders that their republic of limited government is now the first nation in the developed world to compel private employers to fully fund the sex lives of their employees.
Nor is it even the distinctively American wrinkle the Republic of Paperwork has given to governmentalized health care, under which the "right to privacy" the Supreme Court claimed to have discovered in Griswold vs. Connecticut and Roe vs. Wade will now lead to thousands and thousands of self-insuring employers keeping computer records of the morning-after pills and herpes medication racked up by Miss Jones on reception.

Nor is the issue that America has 30-year-old schoolkids – or even 30-year-old schoolkids who expect someone else to pick up the tab for their extracurricular activities, rather than doing a paper route and a bit of yard work to save up for their first IUD, as we did back in my day. After all, the human right to government-mandated free contraception is as American as apple pie and far healthier for you. In my most recent book, I quote one of Sandra Fluke's fellow geriatrics gamboling in the groves of academe and complaining to the Washington Post about the quality of free condoms therein:

"'If people get what they don't want, they are just going to trash them,' said T Squalls, 30, who attends the University of the District of Columbia. 'So why not spend a few extra dollars and get what people want?'"

All of us are born with the unalienable right to life, liberty and a lifetime supply of premium ribbed silky-smooth, ultrasensitive, spermicidal, lubricant condoms. No taxation without rubberization, as the Minutemen said. The shot heard round the world and all that.

Nor is the core issue that, whatever the merits of government contraception, America is the brokest nation in history – although the Fluke story is a useful reminder that the distinction between fiscal and social conservatism is generally false.

As almost all those fashionable split-the-difference fiscally conservative/socially liberal governors from George Pataki to California's pathetically terminated Terminator eventually discover, their social liberalism comes with a hell of a price tag. Ask the Greeks how easy it is for insolvent nations to wean the populace off unaffordable nanny-state lollipops: When even casual sex requires a state welfare program, you're pretty much done for.

No, the most basic issue here is not religious morality, individual liberty or fiscal responsibility. It's that a society in which middle-age children of privilege testify before the most powerful figures in the land to demand state-enforced funding for their sex lives at a time when their government owes more money than anyone has ever owed in the history of the planet is quite simply nuts.

As stark staring nuts as the court of Ranavalona, the deranged nymphomaniac queen of Madagascar at whose funeral the powder keg literally went up, killing dozens and burning down three royal palaces. Indeed, one is tempted to arrange an introduction between "T Squalls, 30," now 32 going on 33, and Sandra Fluke, 30 going on 31, like a skillfully negotiated betrothal between two royal houses in medieval Europe. The student prince would bring to the marriage his impressive fortune of a decade's worth of Trojan Magnums, while the Princess Leia would have a dowry of index-linked RU 486s settled upon her by HHS the Margravine of Sebelius. They would not be required to produce an heir.

Insane as this scenario is, the Democrat-media complex insists that everyone take it seriously. When it emerged the other day that Amanda Clayton, a 24-year-old Michigan million-dollar lottery winner, still receives $200 of food stamps every month, even the press and the bureaucrats were obliged to acknowledge the ridiculousness. Yet, the same people are determined that Sandra Fluke be treated with respect as a pioneering spokesperson for the rights of the horizontally challenged.

Sorry, I pass.

"Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom," wrote Benjamin Franklin in 1784. In the absence of religious virtue, sexual virtue and fiscal virtue, one might trust to the people's sense of sheer preposterousness to reject the official narrative of the Fluke charade. Yet even that is not to be permitted.

Full disclosure: I will be guest-hosting for Rush Limbaugh this Monday, so it would not be appropriate for me to comment here on Rush's intervention. But let me say this. Almost every matter of the moment boils down to the same story: the Left's urge to narrow the bounds of public discourse and insist that "conventional wisdom" unknown to the world the day before yesterday is now as unquestionable as the Laws of Physics. Nothing that Rush said is as weird or as degrading as what Sandra Fluke and the Obama administration are demanding. And any freeborn citizen should reserve the right to point that out as loudly and as often as possible.


Heard that, Fluke? Wait, let me repeat it for you:



Grow a brain, CUNT. Quit that silly Law School, don't take your contraceptives and get pregnant and have a baby.

On second thought, no. Don't. Maybe your ilk should just like, die out or something. We can't use Fluke jr's. Can't afford 'em.