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Attack France by Ann Coulter

 
 
Reply Sat 16 Oct, 2004 12:27 am
AS PUNDITS MULL whether America's next target in the war on terrorism should be Iraq or a smaller quarry first - such as the Sudan or Somalia - it's time to consider another petri dish of ferocious anti-American hatred and terrorist activity. The Bush doctrine is: We are at war not only with the terrorists, but also with those who harbor them.

We've got to attack France.

Having exhausted itself in a spirited fight with the Nazis in the last war, France cannot work up the energy to oppose terrorism. For decades now, France has nurtured, coddled and funded Islamic terrorists. (Moreover, the Great Satan is getting a little sick of our McDonald's franchises being attacked on behalf of notoriously inefficient French dairy farmers.)

At the 1972 Olympics, Muslim terrorists assassinated 11 Israeli athletes and one German policeman. Five years later, acting on intelligence from Israeli secret police, French counterespionage agents arrested the reputed mastermind of the massacre, Abu Daoud. Both Israel and West Germany sought the extradition of Daoud. Afraid of upsetting Muslim terrorists, France refused on technical grounds and set him free.

In 1986, Libyan agents of Moammar Gadhafi planted a bomb in a West Berlin discotheque, killing an American serviceman and a Turkish woman. Hundreds more were injured. President Reagan retaliated with air strikes against Libyan military targets - including Gadhafi's living quarters.

Quaking in the face of this show of manly force, France denied America the use of its airspace. As a consequence, American pilots were required to begin their missions from airbases in Britain. When the pilots finally made it to Tripoli, tired from the long flights and showing a puckish sense of humor, they bombed the French embassy by mistake. POW! So sorry, our mistake.

France has repeatedly decried economic sanctions against Iraq and has accused the United Nations of manufacturing evidence against Saddam Hussein. The U.N., not even the Great Satan. The French U.N. ambassador dismissed aerial photographs of Iraqi military trucks fleeing inspection sites just before U.N. weapons inspectors arrived as - quote - "perhaps a truckers' picnic."

Along with the rest of the European Union, France sends millions of dollars to the Palestinian Authority every year. Sucking up to the P.A. has really paid dividends to the craven butterbellies. While visiting Arafat in Gaza last year to announce several million more dollars in aid, Prime Minister Lionel Jospin was attacked by angry, stone-throwing Palestinian students.

Earlier this year, France connived with human-rights champions China and Cuba to toss the United States off the U.N. Human Rights Commission. Sudan took America's place, and, if its diplomats are not too bogged down with human torture and slave trading, they are very much looking forward to attending the meetings.

This summer, Paris made Mumia Abu-Jamal an honorary citizen of Paris. In America's cowboy, bloodlust, rush-to-judgment approach to the death penalty, this convicted Philadelphia cop-killer has been sitting on death row - and giving radio interviews and college commencement addresses - for 20 years. Since "Mumia" sounds like a Muslim terrorist, Parisians can use the same bumper stickers for the war.

Two weeks into America's war on terrorism, Le Figaro began calling for "American restraint." In polls, 47 percent of the French said they believed the U.S. military action was failing. Seventeen percent thought it was working (which was - admittedly - 17 percent more than on the New York Times editorial page). Flaunting France's well-established reputation as a fearsome fighting machine, the French foreign minister, Hubert Vedrine, immediately advised the United States to stop bombing Afghanistan.

The first indictment to come out of the Sept. 11 attacks was of a French national, Zacarias Moussaoui. He is believed to be the intended 20th hijacker on Bloody Tuesday. France quickly moved to extend consular protection for Moussaoui. Intriguingly, French Justice Minister Marylise Lebranchu has demanded that Moussaoui not be executed.

Mlle. Lebranchu seems to have forgotten, but WE ARE THE GREAT SATAN! We also have Moussaoui. It's annoying enough when these celebrated Nazi slayers refuse to extradite terrorists on the grounds that America does not observe the pristine judicial formalities of their pals, China, Cuba and the Sudan. But under what zany theory of international law does France think it can tell us what to do with a terrorist we caught right here on U.S. soil?

The Great Satan is wearying of this reverse hegemony, in which little pipsqueak nations try to impose their pipsqueak values on us. Aren't we the ones who should be arrogantly oppressing countries that unaccountably do not have the death penalty?

And now, as America goes about building support for an attack on Iraq - guess who's complaining? The turtlenecked chickens are terrified of offending fanatical Muslims and inviting a terrorist attack, but Arab leaders are supposed to face down the vastly larger populations of crazies living in their own countries. While France whines, Turkey - a predominantly Muslim country, I note - is preparing its airstrips for a possible U.S. attack on Iraq.

If this is a war against terrorism and not a Eurocentric war against Islam, the conclusion is ineluctable: We must attack France. What are they going to do? Fight us?
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Einherjar
 
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Reply Sat 16 Oct, 2004 12:55 am
Re: Attack France by Ann Coulter
CerealKiller wrote:
We must attack France. What are they going to do? Fight us?


Well, yeah, that is to say, they will nuke you. You do now that France is a nuclear power right?

My advice? take your chanses with the terrorists, a nuklear strike would most likely cause far more casualties
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McTag
 
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Reply Sat 16 Oct, 2004 01:03 am
Did Ann Coulter have anything to do with writing that? With her, you can never be sure.

Anyway, as I said long ago, to be consistent in the war on terror, Mr Bush has got to send planes to bomb Boston.

There are a lot of terrorists in Boston, where they harbour fugitives and raise funds for the IRA, a terrorist organisation based in Ireland. The IRA have been responsible for a lot of bombings in Britain and elsewhere, resulting in loss of life.

Just think of the savings on aviation fuel and overseas bases! It makes perfect sense, if you think like Mr Wolfowitz and Mr Rumsfeld.

Fight international terrorism wherever it may be found! Bomb Boston!
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Mr Stillwater
 
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Reply Sat 16 Oct, 2004 03:53 am
Yep, she did. Check out AnnCoulter.org- still doesn't like the French...

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When you close your eyes, can you see the Democrats defending America? Because I can't see it.

These are the people who are obsessed with getting the French to like us
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gungasnake
 
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Reply Sat 16 Oct, 2004 05:21 am
The really big problem with France has to be the language. I mean, speaking in a language which SOUNDS like that has to promote effeminacy to an unhealthy extent; whatever Charles Martel was using for a language might have used some of the same VOCABULARY as modern French, but it couldn't have sounded the same. My suggestion to Coulter, Wolfewicz et. all. would be, after they take the place over, get rid of the French language. Two generations speaking English or German and most of the problems they have would evaporate.
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gungasnake
 
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Reply Sat 16 Oct, 2004 05:25 am
McTag wrote:
Did Ann Coulter have anything to do with writing that? With her, you can never be sure.

Anyway, as I said long ago, to be consistent in the war on terror, Mr Bush has got to send planes to bomb Boston.


BULLY!!!!! At the very least they could bomb all the cars that triple park...
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Joe Nation
 
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Reply Sat 16 Oct, 2004 05:35 am
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My suggestion to Coulter, Wolfewicz et. all. would be, after they take the place over, get rid of the French language.


I forget. Didn't the Germans try this already a couple of times? Didn't work out for them.
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revel
 
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Reply Sat 16 Oct, 2004 07:56 am
It is threads with these kinds of lame topics from lame people that are slowly but surely erasing all hope of a brighter day.

So if we are not waxing hero worship for the Bush machine then we are not defending America.

If he wins, I think I will die of hopelessness. Not really but it is depressing in the most extreme.

I like the french language, but that is stupid comment to make when someone wants to kill people with such a careless regard for the human life.
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CerealKiller
 
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Reply Mon 18 Oct, 2004 12:30 am
Nobody has a gun to your head Sparky. Rolling Eyes

Obviously you prefer the copy and paste wizardry of BBB.
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Grand Duke
 
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Reply Mon 18 Oct, 2004 04:58 am
I'm no great fan of the French (we've never forgiven them for invading in 1066), but I wouldn't really advocate bombing them. I do think that McTag has a good point about the IRA-lovers that live in the US. Like Ali G might say, "Is it because they is not black?"
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ebrown p
 
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Reply Mon 18 Oct, 2004 05:36 am
McTag wrote:

Anyway, as I said long ago, to be consistent in the war on terror, Mr Bush has got to send planes to bomb Boston.

There are a lot of terrorists in Boston, where they harbour fugitives and raise funds for the IRA, a terrorist organisation based in Ireland. The IRA have been responsible for a lot of bombings in Britain and elsewhere, resulting in loss of life.

Just think of the savings on aviation fuel and overseas bases! It makes perfect sense, if you think like Mr Wolfowitz and Mr Rumsfeld.

Fight international terrorism wherever it may be found! Bomb Boston!


Before you consider this, you should remember -- Boston was bombed 220 years ago by a bullying tyrant named George. We defended our liberty then with a very successful insurgency, and we will do it again.

Hopefully the results of November 2 will let us avoid all this unpleasantness.
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McTag
 
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Reply Mon 18 Oct, 2004 06:40 am
ebrown_p wrote:
....remember -- Boston was bombed 220 years ago by a bullying tyrant named George. We defended our liberty then with a very successful insurgency, and we will do it again.


Ah yes, I remember this. A resounding victory for freedom-loving British colonialists against a German king and his army of foreign mercenaries- Dutch and Austrians mainly, I believe.
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Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Mon 18 Oct, 2004 06:57 am
Didn't the bloddy frogs provide those freedom-loving British colonists with guns, supplies, gunpowder, etc ? And thus the sway of the hamburgers started?
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Mr Stillwater
 
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Reply Mon 18 Oct, 2004 07:18 pm
Indeed they did, Walter. Dutch trading and French money kept the revolutionary spirit going. The French Crown also sold about 1/3rd of the land now known as the United States for a knock-down price.

As did the Spanish and Russian Crowns, fat lot of good it did them too - post-revolutionary USA made out like bandits on every bit of land they could get their hands on.

I hope Ann [et al] choke on their fuc*ing 'Freedom Fries' one day.
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Setanta
 
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Reply Tue 19 Oct, 2004 08:46 pm
We also got to burn Toronto . . . not once, but three times ! ! ! . . . just a few years later. Then the Brits burned Washington. Where are they when we really need 'em . . .
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Mr Stillwater
 
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Reply Tue 19 Oct, 2004 08:53 pm
.....burning down Baghdad. I understand Tehran's slated for the next 'liberation', then Damascus; then Toronto, again!!
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HofT
 
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Reply Tue 19 Oct, 2004 09:00 pm
French money and French blood, Mr. Stillwater. Fort Niagara is a minor example.

Btw, I'm in Boston - are we a target now? Tell Osama, then we're off his list!
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Finn dAbuzz
 
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Reply Tue 19 Oct, 2004 10:44 pm
revel wrote:


If he wins, I think I will die of hopelessness. Not really but it is depressing in the most extreme.



This is the quintessential Liberal posting on A2K.
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kickycan
 
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Reply Tue 19 Oct, 2004 10:55 pm
That is pretty funny, Finn. Now I'm going to go look for the quintessential Conservative posting. I'll be back!
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Finn dAbuzz
 
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Reply Tue 19 Oct, 2004 10:58 pm
kickycan wrote:
That is pretty funny, Finn. Now I'm going to go look for the quintessential Conservative posting. I'll be back!


Be my guest kicky.

Perhaps you'll find it. The quintessential Liberal posting has been found.
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