Thursday, March 29, 2007


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

The “hate mob” demands captured Brits be beheaded. Anyone surprised?
Per Daily Mail: “Protesters waved placards demanding ‘15 British aggressors must be executed’ outside the foreign ministry.

“Video footage on state TV of Tehran parading its captives inflamed the worsening crisis - and led to demands for decisive action from the Foreign Office.”

It’s the Islamic way in Iran particularly. Nothing new. Nothing novel.

“Tory former Foreign Secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind said the pictures were ‘totally repugnant’. He said: ‘This is a PR exercise. If they believed in their own propaganda, they would release all of our personnel.

“’We need to make clear there will be no concessions and they will suffer harsher penalties unless our personnel are handed over.’”

In the cat-and-mouse game, one never can predict the macabre outcome. Anything at all is possible when dealing with the killing cult. Anything at all.

Surely now President George W. Bush, British PM Tony Blair and Prince Charles have been schooled to conclude that Islam is not a “religion of peace” but a “religion of pieces” — basically broken limbs and tossed heads.

May the free world grassroots learn the same message when Muslims appeal to immigrate.

TRUTH IN CONVICTION For full article.



  1. Maybe if we were advocating "harsher penalties" (as opposed to none at all), there may be a positive outcome.

    If there is to be a credible resolution to the hostage crisis in Iran, however, we British must abandon our position of avowed inaction. Diplomacy is all very well if it works; it has not, so far. And it is not backed up by any credible threat of action.

    Meanwhile our media acts as if the kidnapping of our servicemen doesn't matter (see here). To be honest, I'd rather have yours!

  2. Thanks for posting. I will not text what I am thinking now. I may make a video and post it, after I calm down.