Monday, April 05, 2010

Lunchtime linkage: A tab dump by another name 

Two tab dumps in one day? Egads. So we'll call this one something different. After all, renaming things to make them sound benign is all the rage in Washington these days.

A martyr South Africa needs like a hole in the head.

"Envisioning the World," an online exhibition of the first printed maps. Very nice.

Thor Heyerdahl meets recycling: Follow the voyage of the Plastiki.

Weird. My cousin was also posting pictures of squirrels yesterday. Not the really cool black ones, but still.

How the language of morality makes our politics less civil.

Read well, grasshopper.


By Anonymous Anonymous, at Mon Apr 05, 02:19:00 PM:

In a post further down where Britian just declared a massive ecological preserve, you say "I'm for imperialism". Here, in this post you decry the death of the ruling caste which is our fellow Europeans.

Aristotle preserves an ancient maxim of the Greeks, "Tis meet that Greek rule barbarian".

It is one of the saddest chapters of history, when fellow kinsmen betray and backstab their own. South Africa was a thriving country much like Rhodesia. Look at Rhodesia now! Satisfied. See no one looks at the carnage of former Rhodesia. You can not see the effect of Liberalism--how it destroys. South Africa is also on its way to following Rhodesia.

There have been 3100 murders of European farmers in SA since their independence. Do any of your Ivy League weenie leftie academics care? No. They care for their agenda.

Under general European rule the Negro faired much better. Now, they are slum countries.

The only consolation is that the traitors in this country who worked and advanced the deconstruction of the ruling European system in both Rhodesia and South Africa will get the same punishment as Judas Iscariot did...they would wish they had never been born. Sic semper traitors of their race.  

By Blogger GreenmanTim, at Mon Apr 05, 02:19:00 PM:

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By Blogger GreenmanTim, at Mon Apr 05, 02:21:00 PM:

Must be something in the air (or in the trees). yet another cousin was writing about black squirrels last month...  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Mon Apr 05, 02:44:00 PM:

Is that Christopher Chambers' evil twin?  

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