September 5, 2006

Pacifists kill 10,000 a week...

Penraker on Darfur...

10,000 dead a week. That is the latest estimate of where the death toll in Darfur will be at the end of the year, if nothing is done...

...Do you understand the magnitude of cynicism this represents? For a month or so, we were treated to pictures of dead babies being held up in Lebanon. "People are DYING!" shouted Juan Williams at his fellow panel members on Fox News sunday, frustrated with the Bush administration for letting it go on. The media was filled with loud and passionate condemnations of the death toll. And this was when it was at 300 or so.

But infinitely more people were dying in Darfur. The same Arab Nations that were howling with compassion for the people of Lebanon have refused to let in a peacekeeping force that would stop the death in Darfur.

This is the most disgusting spectacle I have ever witnessed in my life...

There's only ONE WAY that the genocide in Darfur can be stopped. That is if the United States of America (probably enjoying the assistance of the few decent nations in the world, i.e. the Anglosphere) steps in and stops it with military force. There's no other way.

And at this time that solution is not possible, because the Administration has to use every penny of its political capital to keep the WoT going against the non-stop opposition and obstruction of leftist appeasers and "anti-war" Copperheads, and the UN, EU, Russia and China.

We could do this job with ease. A couple of battalions would be enough, if they are allowed to use deadly force without having their hands tied. "Oh no! That would be murrrrder! That would be un-Chrisssstian! That would be WARRRR, instead of the happy happy peace that we happily enjoy so happily now!"

Putting it that way just emphasizes once again how the word "war" means something very different than it used to. Wars are now to stop slaughters. Wars are now to protect the innocent. Wars are to bring peace. And the people who opposes them are the real "warmongers."

Posted by John Weidner at September 5, 2006 8:02 AM
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