Muslims, Muslims, Just Peaceful Muslims

“Marauding youths,” “protesters,” “immigrants”. . . Why not just call them that which distinguishes them from those who are not rioting? Muslims. Believe this, it is Muslims doing the rioting in Paris. From reading this article you’d never know it. Al-AP mentions the M’word in the fourth paragraph.

AP – Police deployed 4,000 reinforcements as marauding youths torched at least two public buses Friday, the anniversary of the deaths of two teenagers that ignited weeks of riots in largely immigrant housing projects across France.

Related: The European Intifada

Vicente Fox And The Berlin Wall

Today, finally and thankfully, President Bush signs into law the Secure Fence Act of 2006.  The erection of the wall has prompted Mexican President Vicente Fox to call it Bush’s Berlin Wall.  No, the coca-cola dealer has it wrong.  It depends on who owns the fence.  If it were his wall then the Berlin Wall analogy is correct.

AP – President Bush wanted an exchange of workers with Mexico to bring order to the border, but wound up signing a law Thursday that approves partitioning 700 miles of the United States from its southern neighbor.

Gov. Bill Richardson, Plug The Leaks

Good to see a democrat, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, calling for better security for our nations secrets. Richardson said Thursday:

“We need to plug the leaks, we need to beef up security,” the governor said Wednesday. “This can’t keep happening.”

If you think he is referring to the leakers in cahoots with the New York Times you would be wrong. He is referring to what happened last week in a drug bust.

When Paris Was Burning

Will it be a peaceful ‘anniversary’ of the Paris riots last year?    One of the consequences of open borders? 

The good news is the 20 plus million ‘immigrants’ that have flooded our borders don’t want to kill us, and they aren’t depending on the government to care for them.  Most are working and supporting themselves, some are scamming the system to get welfare.

Fearing the worst, the mayor of one Paris suburb, Eric Raoult, will spend tonight – the first anniversary of the violent rioting that left 10,000 cars burned out across France – patrolling his town in a car packed with fire extinguishers. Read on