Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Warren on the mark

Canadian commenter David Warren has a piece that weaves together a number of thoughts we have been discussing here over the past month.

"An effeminate society will never withstand the challenge of psychopathic masculine aggression -- in the form of, exempli gratia, contemporary "Islamism." We need men who are men, to defend us; men who are not merely shrill, from the pain of their gelding."

Love that guy. How he can piece together hockey, full body scanners, the holocaust, political correctness and the 9/11 trials, and pull it off sharply, is a real treat.

Highly recommended.


  1. "punishing everybody equally" -- perfect.

    So if we find that we are required to undergo the virtual strip-search of the full-body scanner in order to travel by air, what happens when a terrorist employs suppository technology? (See how tactful I can be?)

    And you thought the security lines took forever when we started having to take off our shoes...

  2. I don't know if we can have that kind of language on this blog young lady! Does make air travel less most people anyway.

    The thing is they have a good idea of what they are looking for..but they avoid looking for it. If you lost your keys would you deep clean the entire house, or just look in the places where you most recently were? As pointed out in the previous post "And then there's intelligence", it is not the race or the name so much, as it is the person. What would be best would be to concentrate on the people that do seem to not be right, and search them without apology and without legal recourse for the person that was considered a risk.