July 16, 2007

Another Groundhog Day

Alright, I was travelling -- travelling to do some dog business and to see some old friends whom I had't seen for years. Driving, I had a lot of time to listen to the radio, something I usually only do during my daily short runs. And it's just as bad as the print- or online media: the pompous old fart waffling about the "abrahamic religions" that are prone to fundamentalism (heard of any good honour killings of wayward sisters or daughters by orthodox rabbis or Trappist monks lately?), the "brain trust" discussing the German school situation with a -- you've guessed it -- girl with "migration background" to speak doubly politically correct for the pupils of Germany, the ever-repeated mantra that the poor Pals would be good if they'd only get their own state, the entire perversely inflated fascination with that tiny sliver of land in the Middle East, the ubiquitous and perpetual caving in to Islam and other self-hating and cowardly mental derangements.

And today? Today Politically Incorrect informs us that Bat Ye'Or's book Eurabia will not be published in German. The translators found it too "violent" in content and too "shocking" for the German public, so the contract between the author and the publisher was cancelled. Where is the old Hun who felt doubly well when Jewish blood was spurting from his knife? Now it's everything not to irritate the Arabs. They might not like us anymore.

Every day is Groundhog Day.

I don't think I will blog for a while. My dogs don't deserve a depressed human.

Jack and Jack Junior (Jayjay)

4 comments:

allenhoward2000 said...

How are you doing, Nora?

And how is your Weimaraner, Brako {?}, Editrix? And Jill? And the other pups?

You are indeed missed when you are not posting here. So glad to see you back again.

Here is a story for you about a dog who wandered off and got into a real bit of trouble...

http://origin.mercurynews.com/weirdnews/ci_6350348

The_Editrix said...

Allen, Bracko had to be put down last September because of kidney failure. Very sad. I miss him terribly. He was the most noble and gentlemanly dog that ever lived.

Right now, I still have two of the young dogs (no pups anymore). I want to keep one. I can't do justice to two. I hope to find a really good home for the little girl.

Interesting story with, thank God, a happy end. I hope my dogs will never be caught like that. Terriers are breed and taught to chase vermin in narrow holes and ducts and a lot have to be dug out of foxholes.

allenhoward2000 said...

http://beamansworld.blogspot.com/2007/07/why-i-strongly-support-israel.html

And he likes "Chariots of Fire"!

The_Editrix said...

Thanks so much Allen! I have blogrolled him.