Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Where are the anti-war protesters?

Now that Russia, headed by KGB man Putin, has started a real 'war for oil,' has sent tanks crossing an international boundary, killed innocent civilians in the process, and is demanding that a democratically elected official resign from his post in Georgia, one wonders, where are the liberals screaming at the top of their lungs in the streets demanding an end to this war? Will Russian children scream, "Putin lied, kids died?"
I don't think so.

Don't hold your breath. This is further evidence that the anti-war protesters are not against war per se, but rather wars against states that are anti-American and are a threat to our security interests. If an anti-American regime attacks a pro-Western nation, they are silent. We know the true colors of the anti-war protesters now.


  1. Dems are so hypocritical. They say they are truly for peace. So, is they are here is what you do to one of these flower power hallmark card love hugs and happiness for all pansies: You find one and punch them in the nose and if they are truly anti-violence they will negotiate with you. So you then proceed to kick the ever loving snot out of them and if they fight back then walla you have hypocrisy at work. I also run an anti-linb site.

  2. I'm confused, are you calling for people to protest Russia's actions in Georgia? Because if you are familiar with Georgia and Ossetian history you will know that South Ossetia declared its independence from Georgia almost two decades ago and to date has received no recognition from either the Georgia government or the international community.

    As freedom loving Americans, shouldn't we champion people fighting for their own independence, as we once did for ours? Even as we set off fireworks once a year in July to commemorate a group of British subjects who decided to call themselves something else, the American people and government could care less about the numerous independence and nationalist movements going on around the world in places like South Ossetia, Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabakh, Transnistria, Somaliland and Western Sahara.

    It seems once again the only people who are allowed the right to fight for their freedom was a small group of Europeans living on the east coast of North America in the late 18th century.


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