Thursday, April 05, 2007


The hostage situation has come to an end in Iran, with the president of Iran "pardoning" the 15 kidnapped British soldiers that should have never been taken anyway. Unbelievably, Tony Blair announced that he was relieved and he bore no ill will toward the Iranians. Talk about looking weak. Not sure what Ahmadinejad would have to do to create ill will between Great Britain and Iran. The sucking up to Islamic terrorists in the UK continues.

Now it's one thing to pursue diplomatic discussions over a crisis, but Blair's response is typical of the attitude in Europe against Islamic terrorists. When the whole thing went down, the most forceful statement out of 10 Downing Street was that the prime minister was concerned. Concerned? A terrorist state that is supporting the insurgency in Iraq that is killing British troops just committed an act of war by kidnapping 15 soldiers and this was all the outrage he could muster? Come on, Tony. Those Islamic pigs are just years away from nuclear weapons!

Pay attention to the media here. Note that the America-hating international press is praising the "savvy" Ahmadinejad and the generosity of the Iranian people. Not a peep from the media about Iran's violation of the Geneva Convention in parading the soldiers on TV. Apparently only the United States violates the Geneva Convention. In another age and another time, Tehran would have been bombed back to the stone age for what they did. Instead, the policy of appeasement rolls on. But it's good news the soldiers are back home.

We will pay for this show of weakness ... big time. I guess there is a chance we're going to take some action after the fact ... but I doubt it.

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