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Jonathon Narvey

After Syria shoots down a Turkish warplane, furious diplomatic backchats ensue:

SYRIA. Hah! Take that! See, that's what you get for doing nothing while arms flow to the rebel scum through your southern border.


SYRIA. Well? What are you going to do about it? Nothing, I bet.

TURKEY. I don't know. Maybe annex your territory for 400 years, again. We're looking at our options.

SYRIA. We thought it was a Zionist-regime warmongering aircraft.

TURKEY. Too late.

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The Propagandist's Allies are beating back the hordes of Oceana, Eastasia and Eurasia. We know that our side shall prevail in the end. On to victory! And happy Friday!

Some of the latest dispatches from the front:

The West appear to be in a self-induced coma, notes Terry Glavin in the Ottawa Citizen:

Whatever happened to “the West,” anyway? The Russians, laughing at Hillary Clinton while they ship attack-helicopters to the crazed Baathist ophthalmologist Bashar al-Assad in Damascus, seem to have the answer to that question. You can date its disappearance to the Crash of 2008 or to the election of Barack Obama in 2009, as you please, but in any case it’s not there anymore. “The West no longer exists as a political community, as Russia has come to know it,” the astute Fyodor Lukyanov, editor of Russia in Global Affairs, pointed out the other day.

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Perhaps this would be a good time to revisit why China still receives billions in foreign development aid, including tens of millions of dollars from the USA.

China is conquering space, super-sizing their military and flooding Africa and Asia with billions of dollars in loans and aid. Isn't it time to congratulate the industrious Chinese people on their incredible progress and turn off the aid tap?

Relative to the size of the Chinese economy, the amount of foreign aid taken in is insignificant and easily covered by a regime in Beijing that is flush with cash. You'd think they'd actually appreciate getting cut off, given the stigma attached to taking foreign development aid.

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The Propagandist magazine current events news world politics USA Europe IsraelThe Propagandist's Allies rage, rage against the dying of the light. Stupid darkness. You really should know better. You're about to get your ass kicked.

Here are the latest dispatches from our starwalt comrades:

Confusion to our enemies!...More >>

I'm beginning to think that a major contributing factor to the relative weakness of Russian democracy is the awful weather in that country.

Tens of thousands of Russians protesters came out for the awkwardly-titled "March of Millions" event in Moscow the other day. The protesters were demanding Russian President Vladimir Putin's resignation (Seriously, good luck with that folks).

They came despite thundershowers and a torrential downpour. One wonders what they could have achieved in terms of popular support on a pleasant sunny afternoon. Maybe millions would have actually showed up, after all. We'll never know.

In February, similar protests went up against freezing temperatures close to minus-20 Celsius. While I have endured a bone-cracking minus-35, even a soul-destroying minus-45, anything close to minus-20 ain't exactly pleasant by comparison. It certainly is the last thing you want for a day of political protest. That's "sitting by the radiator at home with a cup of hot chocolate" weather.

It's hard enough to make the case for an only-tentatively democratic ruling regime that they need to fundamentally change when your protest is a million-strong. Tens of thousands just won't cut it, particularly when much of the country is still benefiting from an energy...More >>

Europeans aren't rounding up Jews en masse to send them to death camps. But as imported thugs help stoke traditional pockets of antisemitism that never died away in the first place, Europe's Jews can see the writing on the wall -- in areas where Jew-hating graffiti has popped up, quite literally.

They're leaving.

From Frontpage Magazine, The Last Days of Jews in the Islamicized Europe:

The March attack at a Jewish school in Toulouse, which resembled that of Itamar (when an Israeli father, mother and three children were slaughtered in their beds by a Palestinian commando), triggered “an explosion” of anti-Semitic attacks across France. According with the Service de Protection de la Communauté Juive, more than 90 anti-Semitic incidents took place in France only in the 10 days that followed the shooting, which left four people dead. In total, 148 anti-Semitic incidents were recorded in March and April. It’s an anti-Semithic pandemonium totally silenced by the European media.

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And tens of millions of parents around the world cringe slightly and admit, "Yeah, I did something like that once."More >>

It sounds vaguely Orwellian and it was. I'm enjoying a cool beer while enjoying the death of Section 13 at the hands of the Conservative Party of Canada. It took longer than it should have, but the True North's most insidious legislation is just about dead. Jonathan Kay of the National Post provides a decent overview:

For decades, Canadians had meekly submitted to a system of administrative law that potentially made de facto criminals out of anyone with politically incorrect views about women, gays, or racial and religious minority groups. All that was required was a complainant (often someone with professional ties to the CHRC itself) willing to sign his name to a piece of paper, claim he was offended, and then collect his cash winnings at the end of the process. The system was bogus and corrupt. But very few Canadians wanted to be seen as posturing against policies that were branded under the aegis of “human rights.”


That was then.

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By the peace process, we mean not merely peace between Israelis and Palestinians, but between Israelis and the entire Arab world. Rick Richman points out the essential problem in Commentary, in 45 Years Later, No Closer to the Truth:

In 1978, Israel traded the entire Sinai for peace; Egypt has recently demonstrated that withdrawals from land are permanent but promises of peace are not. In 2000, Israel offered the Palestinians a state on substantially all the West Bank and Gaza; they declined in favor of a barbaric war on Israeli civilians. In 2001, after Israel accepted the Clinton Parameters, the Palestinians rejected them. In 2005, Israel removed every settler and soldier from Gaza, and got a rocket war in return. In 2008, Israel offered a state again, and got no response at all.

The problem is that it's not a peace process at all -- it is a process of small surrenders eventually leading to the extermination of one side.More >>



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