Cyber-Jihad on YouTube
If YouTube yanks the video, which seems likely, as Islamists have already begun flagging it, you can watch it here.
Michelle Malkin rubs YouTube's nose in its contribution to worldwide jihad. The video features scenes from Islamist propaganda videos still available on YouTube.
Posted by: shank at October 06, 2006 11:11 AM
commenters like myself often get censored, while lefturds generally go
Posted by: Improbulus Maximus at October 06, 2006 01:08 PM
Posted by: Rhyleh at October 06, 2006 01:30 PM
IM, you might get smacked in the comments because you flame the heck outta people if they disagree with you on the most minor points; even if they agreed with the majority of the an earlier post you made.
Plus letting them comment shows everyone else how nutty a lot of them are. Letting the enemy shoot himself in the foot, if you will. It also takes away any legitimate ability for them to scream censorship.
*note: not being sarcastic/evil/mean
Posted by: Ranba Ral at October 06, 2006 03:31 PM
Posted by: Rubin at October 06, 2006 07:08 PM
Posted by: Some Dude at October 06, 2006 09:31 PM
Posted by: Rhyleh at October 06, 2006 10:15 PM
that will get you in trouble faster. As Thomas Sowell said: "It's
amazing how much panic one honest man can spread among a multitude of
hypocrites." Most here are holding onto the safety blanket of their
McDisney version of the world, and have yet to realize or admit to
themselves the awful truth that Western civilization is not dying -
it's dead, but the corpse is still warm, so they pretend everything's
okay. Our Great Experiment is over, and it has been proven that most
people neither appreciate nor are willing to make sacrifices for their
freedom, and thus do not deserve it. Many, like the liberals, readily
demonstrate this, and yearn for the comfort of a totalitarian
What good are the efforts of our soldiers when half the country openly
supports the enemy? Their lives are spent for nothing, and they would
serve better at home giving the lefturds what they want - a military
dictatorship. All the liberals talk about is a police state, so I say
we give it to them. Round them up in the middle of the night and send
them to the ovens, along with anyone who thinks that treason is a
right. Liberals make me sick, but all these so-called "conservatives",
who have never offered their blood for their country, aren't any better.
Posted by: Improbulus Maximus at October 07, 2006 09:13 AM
I find that the Liberals would rather disband the Military, most think that it is not needed other than for United States to project hostile foreign policies on "poor brown people"! The problem with this of course, is that the U.S much like Israel wouldn't exist without a strong Military to protect it.
They would however get their 'Military dictatorship' you're talking about, except it would be a foreign power ;)
Posted by: davec at October 07, 2006 01:28 PM
Posted by: Rhyleh at October 09, 2006 04:06 PM
There are terrorists in Chechnya (mainly some fools indoctrinated and trained by their "muslim brothers" who travel there to get an experience for their future jihad, and - what I suspect - to turn Chechnya into the next Taliban state after they Russians withdraw their forces) and it's a shame cause they don't really do any good for their own people that are fighting for their and their nation's biological survival, not to mention less basic things. But you can't blame the rest for not wanting to being stolen of their culture and dignity, raped, tortured, humiliated, kidnapped and murdered.
I'm sick of all you people who take their information about Chechnya from Kremlin-controlled media and compare Chechen fighters (all of them) to those cowardly Jihadists who can fight only with women and children and against those who can't defend themselves - and only because they are not muslims and thus deserve to be beheaded and whatnot.
I hapenned to meet some Chechen refugees that managed to escape and are now living in Poland personally - for Poland being an only EU country that accepts Chechen refugees while the rest of the Union washes its hands and pretends everything's ok because it has Russian gas and oil tube put to its head like a gun. They bring with them memories of ordeal that make a sane person wonder how it is possible to live with it. And those are no fables cause brave people - independent journalists - travel to Chechnya and risk their lives to bring pictures to prove that what the survivors say is truth. And not always the whole truth cause some of them are way too graphic to show at public exhibitions and women are simply too embarassed to tell about all that was done to them.
I could be telling you about it all for hours but no words can express the amount of suffering I learned about. But what I know is a drop in the ocean.
Posted by: Haludek at October 11, 2006 08:01 PM
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