Monday, August 21, 2006

A Study in Stupidity

A recent post noted that all of the terrorist as well as Communist rebels in Columbia raise funds through drug running. Hezbollah and the Taliban actively push Heroin. The Mullahs of Iran are also known to be in the poppy trade. FARC is also pushing cocaine but our far left goon still praise these drug pushing parasites.

Then our far left clown likes to lecture us on the problems of the inner city. One of the greatest problems is pushing drugs. The question remains is a clown that praises Hezbollah endorsing drugs pushing into America.

All Americans behold Nashrallah Drug Pusher!!!! Yes the great lion of Jihad also pushes heroin. He also deliberately hides among civilians and excacerbates their misery. Hail the creator of the fake photo op Qana Massacre. How much garbage can one dolt put into his brain in a single day.

Communists claim to be for the working man, However, all morality with Communists is rather flexible. The inner city Americans who die from Nasrallah, FARC and the Taliban drug exports are just a necessary ingredient to bring about revolutionary utopia.

Then after we support the drug dealing terrorists; we can rail about the plight of the inner city. Yes you Capalists are all to blame for drug abuse in the inner city.
The drug problem in the USA is just another example of the racist Capitalist system.

As the great writer VS Naiplul once wrote "...... never align your self with a big cause like Communism or Islamisism as you will have to lie and make sacrafices" Those sacrafices are the lives of Americans living in poverty amidst drug use.

Beamish in 08

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Excellent Beakerkin!!

BRAVO!!!!

The Merry Widow said...

This goes into more detail about a rant I had on Fern's blog. Trying to "engage" uppity. The gears were still slipping! The leftistas and their "slippery slope" to Hell!
So true, Beaker!
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!

tmw

Justin said...

Great post Beak.

To our friends on the left who support these groups and their actions and ideas I can only say.

Remember "He that troubles his own house shall inherit the wind."

Always On Watch said...

And maybe khat as well--or so I've heard.

beakerkin said...

AOW

Khat was not a major exportable drug and was outlawed in the US only recently. However, a progressive that bleats his chest raging at America for a colonial plantation supporting drug dealers is revealing. This proves morality among the far left types is flexible at best.

Farmer John said...

Let it not be said that we did not attempt to warn, admonish, nor instruct them....

Plato, "Apology"

Socrates Happy indeed would be the condition of youth if they had one corrupter only, and all the rest of the world were their improvers. But you, Meletus, have sufficiently shown that you never had a thought about the young: your carelessness is seen in your not caring about the very things which you bring against me.

And now, Meletus, I will ask you another question--by Zeus I will: Which is better, to live among bad citizens, or among good ones? Answer, friend, I say; the question is one which may be easily answered. Do not the good do their neighbours good, and the bad do them evil?

Certainly.

And is there anyone who would rather be injured than benefited by those who live with him? Answer, my good friend, the law requires you to answer-- does any one like to be injured?

Certainly not.

And when you accuse me of corrupting and deteriorating the youth, do you allege that I corrupt them intentionally or unintentionally?

Intentionally, I say.

But you have just admitted that the good do their neighbours good, and the evil do them evil. Now, is that a truth which your superior wisdom has recognized thus early in life, and am I, at my age, in such darkness and ignorance as not to know that if a man with whom I have to live is corrupted by me, I am very likely to be harmed by him; and yet I corrupt him, and intentionally, too--so you say, although neither I nor any other human being is ever likely to be convinced by you. But either I do not corrupt them, or I corrupt them unintentionally; and on either view of the case you lie. If my offence is unintentional, the law has no cognizance of unintentional offences: you ought to have taken me privately, and warned and admonished me; for if I had been better advised, I should have left off doing what I only did unintentionally--no doubt I should; but you would have nothing to say to me and refused to teach me.

The Merry Widow said...

Beaker- I was just on Jihadwatch, the Iranians fired upon and occupied a Romanian oil rig, early sirens sounded in Safed and just before 7:30 am sirens sounded in Tel Aviv.

tmw

Farmer John said...

from Bloomberg... sounds like the Islamic way of resolving a contract dispute (when all else fails, just use force).

Aug. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Iran's military attacked and seized control of a Romanian oil and gas rig working in the country's Persian Gulf waters this morning, an official from the rig's owners said today.

An Iranian naval vessel fired on the rig owned by Romania's Grup Servicii Petroliere (GSP) in the Salman field and took control of its radio room at about 7:00 a.m. local time, Lulu Tabanesku, Grup's representative in the United Arab Emirates said in a phone interview from Dubai today.

``The Iranians fired at the rig's crane with machine guns,'' Tabanesku said. ``They are in control now and we can't contact the rig.'' The Romanian company has 26 workers on the platform, known as the Horizont, he said.

Iran, holder of the world's second-largest oil reserves, urged the United Arab Emirates last week to help it return another oil rig operated by the Romanian company in the same area that had been towed away because of a contractual dispute with its Iranian client, Oriental Oil Kish.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad suspended Oriental Oil's activities in 2005 on alleged corruption activity and ties to Halliburton Co. of the U.S. The U.A.E.-registered drilling company had signed a preliminary contract with Halliburton after winning an estimated $310 million contract to develop phases 9 and 10 of Iran's offshore South Pars gas reservoir.

Da Weaz said...

FJ,

Still cuttin' 'n pastin', hunh?

Still livin' off the federal trough, doin' a hole buncha nuthin'?

Sorry to not have your honored presence: you really provided such comic relief.

Farmer John said...

You miss me weazie? Don't worry, I'll be back to entertain you when you finally write something worth discussing... since most of YOUR blog is cut and paste.

Anonymous said...

My compliments to the host of THIS blog, who provides daily original content!

beakerkin said...

Weasie

There is a reason people do not visit your blog. One can be a radical leftist with some social skills like Poultry. You want readers but you do not have the basic social skill to maintain a relationship with your readers.

A/C was very kind to you why did you tell him STFU? Is this any way to treat guests that you wish to return?

You may resume your toils in obscurity.

beakerkin said...

Anon

Thank you. This is one f the points my critics do not understand. All of my posts are 100% original content. There are no cut and paste post on this blog.

I may have a few typos but I try and provide fresh content daily. I also try and keep the posts reasonably concise. Ratings are determined by several factors.

1 Fresh Lively Content
2 The social skills of the blogger
3 Keep it short and simple
4 Does the blog have a built in community.

Weazie is an example of failure personified. He is does have new content. He has no social skills and does not belong to a community.
Some of his posts drone on way too
long. At a certain point one sounds like a gas bag.

MZ excells on all four counts even judged by his critics. There is always fresh material. MZ has excellent social skills and is a member of a large community. His posts are brief and to the point.

The social skills set is important when moderating comments. AOW excells in this area and Felis is sharp.

Mr. Ducky said...

Didn't Glenn Beck predict the apocalypse today. Did he mention whether it would be Baghdad time or Zulu?

Looks like a dud.

beakerkin said...

John Batchelor did make this pprediction.

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Ducky,

Today is doomsday.

For the blustering "Iranians" that occupy Persia.

Let me guess, Ahmadinejad's magical phosporescent glow has faded into the bluster it always was?