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‘The American Intelligence Community has finally
done to the USA
what they have been doing all around the world’.


Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Storm Track Disinformation: There They Go Again!

From The Gathering Storm

One of the most famous lines of Ronald Reagan when chastising a reporter at a press conference was ‘Now there you go again.” Well, the the 57-member Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is at it gain decrying Western ‘Islamophobia’. The OIC blamed anti-Muslim sentiment on “the rising dominance of the extremist right wing in Europe”.

I wonder where they got that idea. Could it have something to do with this?


* October 19: A car bomb explodes outside a McDonald's Corp. restaurant in Moscow, killing one person and wounding five.
* October 23: Moscow theater hostage crisis begins; 120 hostages and 40 terrorists killed in rescue three days later.
* December 27: The truck bombing of the Chechen parliament in Grozny kills 83 people.


* May 12: A truck bomb attack on a government building in the Chechen town of Znamenskoye kills 59.
* May 14: As many as 16 die in a suicide bombing at a religious festival in southeastern Chechnya.
* July 5: 15 people die and 40 are injured in bomb attacks at a rock festival in Moscow.
* August 1: An explosion at the Russian hospital in Mozdok in North Ossetia kills at least 50 people and injures 76.
* September 3: A bomb blast on a passenger train near Kislovodsk in southern Russia kills seven people and injures 90.
* December 5: Suicide bombers kill at least 46 people in an attack on a train in southern Russia
* December 9: A blast in the center of Moscow kills six people and wounds at least 11.


* February 6: Bomb on Moscow Metro kills 41.
* March 11: Coordinated bombing of commuter trains in Madrid, Spain, kills 191 people and injures more than 1,500.
* August 24: Russian airplane bombings kill 90.
* August 31: A blast near a subway station entrance in northern Moscow, caused by a suicide bomber, kills 10 people and injures 33.
* September 1 – 3: Beslan school hostage crisis in North Ossetia, Russia, results in 344 dead.


* July 7: 7 July 2005 London bombings – Bombs explode on one double-decker bus and three London Underground trains, killing 56 people and injuring over 700, occurring on the first day of the 31st G8 Conference. The attacks are believed by many to be the first suicide bombings in Western Europe.
* July 21: 21 July 2005 London bombings - Small explosions in three London Underground stations and one double-decker bus. This was pronounced as a "major incident" rather than an attack, and only minor injuries were reported. These 4 bombs were designed to cause as much damage as the 7 July 2005 London bombings, but the explosives had deteriorated and failed to detonate.
* October 13: A large group of Chechen rebels launched coordinated attacks on Russian federal buildings, local police stations, and the airport in Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria. At least 137 people, including 92 rebels, were killed.

The OIC chief described a “pathological fear” of Islam caused by “cases of total ignorance of Islam and its teachings” in Western public opinion stemming from rivalries between Christians and Muslims that have existed almost since the first contacts between the two religions in the seventh century.

And those contacts were bloody and violent as Islam expanded through the use of the sword. And they wonder why we have a phobia over Islam.

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Blogger Cato the Elder said...

Actually, the famous Reagan line was from one of his campaign debates against Jimmy "The Wimp" Carter. Jimmah was attacking Ronnie on his Medicare policy, and Reagan pulled himself up to his full height and said, "There you go again," like this: Dah-da-daaaah-da-dah. The way he said it, and the subsequent tongue-lashing he gave Carter, made him look like the president and Jimmah look like, well, a peanut farmer.

Too bad we don't have another Reagan now instead of another (slightly less wimpy) Bush.

Thursday, June 29, 2006 3:44:00 am  

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