Monday, September 28, 2009

"President Pantywaist"?
I'm starting to like the Brits more and more

Wow. Looks as if the Britannic Obagasm is sputtering to a (thankful and merciful) end. This needs to be required reading for every single American in regards to The Dear Leader. Mmm-mmm-mmm.

I wonder what the British version of South-Side Stooge is? I'll bet the noun Wanker figures prominently.
Barack Obama: President Pantywaist restores the satellite states to their former owner
By Gerald Warner World Last updated: September 18th, 2009

Barack Obama’s chances of re-election in three and a half years’ time may be evaporating at unprecedented speed, but his presidential ambitions could still be realised in another direction. He would be a shoo-in to win the next Russian presidential election, so high is his popularity now running in the land of the bear and the knout. Obama has done more to restore Russia’s hegemonial potential in Eastern and Central Europe than even Vladimir Putin.

His latest achievement has been to restore the former satellite states to dependency on Moscow, by wimping out of the missile defence shield plan. This follows on his surrender last July when he voluntarily sacrificed around a third of America’s nuclear capability for no perceptible benefit beyond a grim smile from Putin. If there is one thing that fans the fires of aggression it is appeasement.

Despite propaganda to the contrary, 58 per cent of Poles were in favour of the missile shield. But small nations must assess the political will of larger powers. Thanks to President Pantywaist’s supine policies, the former satellite states can see that they are fast returning to their former status. The American umbrella cannot be relied upon on a rainy day. They have been here before. Poles remember how a leftist US president sold them out to Russia at Tehran and Yalta. The former Czechoslovakia was betrayed twice: in 1938 and 1945.

If the word is out that America is in retreat, it will soon find it has no friends. The satellites will pragmatically accept their restored subordination, without openly acknowledging it, and co-operate with their dangerous neighbour, ushering in a new generation of Finlandisation.

Bringing unstable states like Georgia into Nato would be a liability, not a defence. The crazy notion of a US-Nato-Russian combined defence policy has all the staying power of the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact. Ronald Reagan, assisted by Margaret Thatcher, implemented the sensible principle that Russia, from the time of Peter the Great, respects only strength and steely political will. A pushover in the Oval Office is the best news Russian expansionists have heard since the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Barack Obama is selling out America and, by extension, the entire West. This is a catastrophe for America and the wider world.

11 Comments:

Blogger QuantaCura01 said...

Gerald Warners blog is a must read in the London Telegraph, the good Torry paper. Warner is a fine Catholic gentelman who knows when to kick people in the nads when necessary. He kicks the Kenyan crown jewels on a regular basis.

12:18 AM  
Blogger David said...

Gerald Warner is a voice of hope in the Old world.

Remember what he said in July 2007:

http://sacramentary.blogspot.com/2007/07/mass-of-all-time-will-outlive-sixties.html

A great welcome to summorum Pontificum, even if published in the "Hootsmon"

We all get the politicians we deserve. Praise God, we will repent.

2:04 AM  
Blogger Coffee Catholic said...

Now THAT was a good read!!

6:10 AM  
Blogger Simplex Vir said...

My only comment:

No Shit Sherlock!

6:38 AM  
Blogger Old Bob said...

"...Russia, from the time of Peter the Great, respects only strength and steely political will." Well said!! When I turned 21 and started going with Pop to the corner beer joint, he told me that I would meet a kind of man that I may never have met before: the one who is kept in line only by force or the threat of force. Pop was mighty smart that way - having been a 5-stripe sergeant in WWII, having been in law enforcement, and having read a great deal on the history of Russia and eastern Europe.

11:36 AM  
Blogger Cinnamon said...

From the NATO website "NATO and Georgia actively cooperate on democratic, institutional, and defence reforms, with the aim of preparing Georgia for eventual membership in the Alliance, as agreed by Allied leaders in Bucharest in April 2008."

Of what use is denigrating undeniable leadership of Pres. Obama's in our country and in the world? From some bloody Tory, no less?

Pres. Obama stated that there would be some in the Czech Republic that would be upset; probably the same group that sponsored David Duke's little 'pep' rally that didn't happen.

Don't all raise your hands at once, how many of you are familiar with the history of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Ukraine, Austria?

Do you recall how eastern European countries started out as small fiefdoms, with monarchs that clawed and chewed, fought and spit their ways to where they are now? Many, from conquered lands no bigger than some of the smaller states of the US? With underlying bloodshed, rape, pillaging, and occasional dictatorships? So glad we have a chance to express our opinions, however unfounded here in the good ol' USA.

6:53 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

Dear Stripper Name,
What a wonderful example of shotgunned ramblings that was!

In case you missed it, your Beloved Leader just sold the poles and the Czech Republic down the river.

How Poland or the rest of the various Eastern European nations came into being is irrelevant, if not down right demeaning on your part. Could you sneer down your nose just a little more? But in your little mind, because they may have developed from various Feifdoms, they don't really count as nations friendly to the US, do they?

But hey, what does that concern the likes of a bloody Liberal like you? You're warm, fat and protected right here in the good ol' USA.

I honestly feel sorry for you that you can't see the scumbag that obama really is.

Oh, well... Comrade Lenin was right when he spoke of "useful idiots".

7:57 PM  
Blogger EbethW said...

Clapping wildly! Here, here, Vir!

7:43 AM  
Blogger Coffee Catholic said...

We're not going to be warm, fat, and protected here in the USA for long if Obama keeps going with his crap!

(Granted, I'm not in the USA but if America is weakened then Britain goes down with her.)

9:09 AM  
Blogger Steve said...

Want to appreciate the Brits even more? Read this:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1216591/Brave-British-soldier-immortalised-painting-depicting-moment-gunned-hail-bullets.html

7:14 PM  
Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

Want to appreciate the Brits even more? Read this:

Good link! Lots of folks in the U.S. (maybe the U.K. too?) tend to underestimate the Taliban and call them fanatics, criminals, etc. A prime dictum of warfare is to "know thine enemy." The first comment to the author's article stated quite correctly that the Afghanistan people are a warrior race. This is true. When they are not fighting an external enemy which we are (NATO, etc.), they fight and kill each other, i.e., clan warfare within the same tribe (e.g., the Pashtuns) and other tribal Afghanis (e.g., Uzbeks).

The least our leaders can do is to educate our troops so they know what they are getting into. I wish our politicians would learn something similar vis-a-vis Afghanistan.

12:44 PM  

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