Monday, November 29, 2010
Even knowing that the document dump was about to happen it appears the U.S. was impotent to block it. By contrast, on the weekend I googled Claire McCaskill just out of curiosity to see her background. No special reason, just interested. To my surprise, I noted that her first husband had been murdered. I decided to look for more information on him and his death but to no avail. It seems that all the sites related to this have been blocked. Hmm, curious.
Isn't it amazing that a junior senator or the government can arrange to have all information related to her husband's death blocked and yet the United States of America cannot arrange to block Wikileaks when it is revealing serious classified information.
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Members of Congress complain they have been spit on and called "racist" and yet there is not one iota of proof, in spite of the fact that cellphone cameras abound and manage to record almost everything of interest that occurs in this world.
Citizens who criticize President Obama are called "racist" in spite of the fact that their criticisms seem (to an outsider Canadian) to be justified.
When people who find it insulting for a Muslim to build a mosque almost on the side of the twin towers, they are called "racist" even though it is Muslim custom to build mosques on the sites of their great victories.
It is becoming more and more difficult to voice an opinion in the free world without being called a "racist". We are so filled with guilt that we just adhere to these new rules of conduct. Unfortunately, others are not bound to adhere to similar rules in relation to whites.
The following came to me in an email. I do not know if it is actually what Michael Richards said in court but it could have been. It voices what many people think but are afraid to say for fear of being branded "racist". My fear is that we are giving up all our freedoms bit by bit because of political correctness (which others are not required to respect) and the fear of being branded "racist".