A little rant

Anti-Israel Bus Ads in Seattle Cause International Stir

Anti-Israel Ads to Appear on Seattle Buses

In case you’re not sure what you’re seeing, it’s a picture of Palestian children by the rubble of a house that was bulldozed by Israelis.  Why was it bulldozed you may ask?  Israel has the policy of bulldozing the homes of Palestinian families and friends who are known supporters of a terrorist.  Btw, they let the people get out of the house first.  They don’t fatally target non-militant participants in terrorism the way that Palestinian terrorists target innocents in general: grade schools, hospitals, nursing homes, market places, buses…

This was an ad that briefly appeared on Seatle city buses here in Washington state around Christmas time 2010 paid for by the Seattle Mideast Awareness Campaign. 

I live about 30 miles from Seattle.  All of us who saw this ad reacted with horror, not at alleged Israeli “war crimes” but the audacity of the most fractious people on earth, Palestinian militants, bring their propaganda into our peaceful neighborhoods with all the incumbent strife that inevitably follows wherever Middle Eastern politics go, especially those of Palestinians, the very people who sunder all peace talks and treaties with suicide bombings and missiles against innocent civilians.  Well they can go F*^# themselves.  We don’t need their garbage here and jeesus holy christ,  the Israelis have a right to defend themselves!  We sure as hell would in the same situation!

Instant response was a counter campaign by the local Freedom Center:


Should Seattle Metro allow signs of Israeli War Crimes on its Buses?

Both sides say American tax dollars are going to support one side or the other and I’m not surprised if that’s true but I think if we support ANY nation after first seeing to the needs of our own people in these desperate economic times, it should be friendly nations only, not obvious enemies of our nation as Islamists have always been since even before we were officially a nation.

Case in point: Pakistan, our so-called ally in the War on Terrorism.  Bullshiza.  Some wealthy intellectuals there may be on our side in their own best interests because the Islamist extremists there are as much a danger to them as anyone, but the majority of Pakistanis are Islamist extremists and knowingly actually host terrorist training camps in their midst.  It’s only a secret to those who chose not to look.  They hate us.  This morning came a wholly unsurprising news account of Mullah Omar being treated for a heart attack in a hospital there… being protected, no less, by official denials of his presence there, the same way as they did when Osama Bin Laden himself was receiving dialyis there.

Excuse me?  Why do bloodthirsty mass murderers deserve any kind of mercy?  They’ve certainly never given our people any, certainly not the people in the Twin Towers who had to choose between burning alive and jumping to their deaths… or Daniel Pearl, screaming as terrorists sawed his head off. 

I made the comment that such as do such things do not deserve medical treatment only to be chided by a Christian to “do unto others as we would have them do unto us.”  He must not have been paying attention.  They way these terrorists have treated our people is a good indication of how we should treat them.  Let the Christian turn his cheek for another good slapping.  I’d prefer to slap back HARD thank you very much.

A Pakistani Muslim on the forum gave his opinion that the U.S. is paying rather cheaply for Pakistan’s so-called “help” and that they might be more on our side if we paid them as much as we “pay other countries.”

Excuse me?  We’re in a bad economic way ourselves precisely due to misguided support to our enemies.  You really can’t buy true friendship if that’s what he’s suggesting.  *SIGH*

We shouldn’t be sending American dollar one to Pakistan.  We really need only deal with the terror training camps and their results.  Make it harder for travellers from there to get into the U.S. and just bomb the terror camps, okay?  No muss, no fuss.  And DO NOT PAY THEM TO REBUILD!!!!!

Speaking of which, I nearly choked in the aftermath of Haiti’s earthquake when Obama made a heartfelt pledge of “trillions in relief aid for Haiti.”

Uhm…  WHAT?  We’re broke.  Who are we going to borrow those trillions of dollars from?  What fool would loan it to us?  Or are we just going to print it up with any actual gold backing it up?

Don’t get me wrong.  I think it’s as good thing to help Haiti as it is to help the victims of the Indonesian and Chilean tsunamis, the hurricane victims in our own nation, and the mudslide victims in our nation, Peru, and Brazil, the flood victims here and in Queensland Australia, etc.  Any of us could be the victim of a natural dissaster and need that kind of help. But please be real.  We can only give what we actually have and what I’ve been reading about Haiti lately makes me question if we’re helping the right way or even if we’re the right ones to do it.

Hundred of women and girls have been sexually assaulted in Haiti in the chaos following last year’s devastating earthquake, a human rights group has said.

Children of rape are latest legacy of Haiti – msnbc.com health

GAH!  For lack of other protection, the women themselves need to band together to hunt down and kill those of their attackers they identify and they should not be made to bear the rapespawn.  Let’s face it: few women want the living reminder of a violent attack who must then be fed in addition to their wanted children when food and other supplies are already scant and difficult to come by.  Rapespawn stand a very high likelihood of being abused, neglected, or abandoned. 

If the Catholic Church (which is behind these women being forced to bear rapespawn) wants to forbid birth control or even morning after pills to these women, then the Pope needs to put his money where his mouth is and take custody of these unwanted children. 

No, scratch that.  He defends pedophile rapists so he probably shouldn’t be trusted for their wellbeing.  Better he just allow birth control and morning after pills and pay for the upkeep of the unwanted children all the same.  He shares co-guilt with the rapists for their unwanted existance after all.

Meanwhile, for every rapist killed, that’s one less man to prey on women already made to suffer at their god’s will, and one less mutant in the gene pool.  These men should be helping their people, not aiding in their destruction!  If they are not, then they are a waste of air and all other resources.

Meh.  I know my opinions aren’t popular.  Few people like an opinionated woman.  It’s generally only men that label me though.  Ironically, it’s either “Liberal” or “Conservative,” both of which are hurled at me as though it were an insult.  Gives me a giggle every time.  I don’t fit any one’s tidy little box thank you very much.  But to give them their fair due, I once took one of those personality tests that supposed to determine your political leanings.  I came up “Conservative with highly liberal leanings.”  LOL!


About Ampbreia

I'm an ex-Pentacostal, ex-Muslim, ecclectic Agnostic with slightly Wiccan leanings. I am not affiliated with any organized religion or political platform, but I do believe in magic and all things wise and wonderful. I work as an admin in a calibration lab. I've published 2 books so far this year: Lost in Foreign Passions: Love and betrayal, passion and loss in the heart of an alien land (a memoir of my time as a Muslimah and living in Iran for a year), written under my previous married name, Debra Kamza, and Dream Lover (a paranormal romance, the tale of witch that summons her favorite character out of a Bewitched spin-off and the actor who plays him as well). I'm constantly writing stories and poems, thoughts and dreams, and quite a few opinions - many of which are not popular but oh well. Bite me. I'm interested in art, animals, the paranormal, and people. I love to dance, all sorts, but have been studying belly dance since 2006 and LOVE it! I love anime too and love dressing up and going to conventions. My writing runs the gummut of historical, science fiction, fantasy, romance, and erotica. Beware: I may not be safe reading for work. Just saying....
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One Response to A little rant

  1. Trinity says:

    I’m with you and against spending trillions of dollars over seas when there is so much need right here in our own back yard.


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