Tuesday, March 21, 2006


Despite the worldwide MSM contention that there is no such thing as a terrorist, Spain has arrested another 32 "Islamic extremists." They were planning to blow up the National Court in Madrid.

Apparently isn't. Germany will continue to ban workers from central European members Poland, Czech Republic and Baltic states through 2009.

Hailing "reform" of the "discredited" United Nations Human Rights Commission, Chirac will propose abolition of the death penalty and a ban on torture. It's a thin excuse to adopt the measure and then ban the U.S. from the new Council of Human Rights.

Meanwhile, U.N. talks on Iranian nuclear "crisis" stalled as Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia, and the U.S. couldn't agree on a strategy to induce Tehran to give up nuclear weapons.

The EU sends $609 million annually to the Palestinians to launder in aid. Recently, they approved a $120 million package to "help meet the needs of Palestinians and pay public sector salaries, $64 million Euros "of which was signed over the the UN on their behalf on Monday." (Considering there are only 1,376,289 in the Gaza Strip, this largesse is, ah, magnanimous.)

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