March 20, 2003
Once An Aryan, Always An Aryan
Fear not, friends, the White Race is still looking after its own. Tasks of the Bush Administration's "Coalition of the Willing" include France, "Allowing use of its airspace under treaty obligations," and Germany pledging "unhindered use of airspace and access to U.S. and British bases in Germany. Also helping to protect Turkey with AWACS crews and Patriot anti-missile rockets."
France's "treaty obligations" excuse is reminiscent of the Western stand-down during the Spanish Civil War -- which saw Hitler's and Mussolini's forces supply overwhelming aid to the fascists in clear violation of the non-intervention treaty, while the West looked on in bemusement. So due to "treaty obligations", the French are aiding and abetting an illegal, genocidal war upon a brown-skinned nation. Surprised? How many "treaty obligations" has the Bush Administration not honoured? Why should France, except for the colour of most of its inhabitants' skin, honour its own "treaty obligations" when the United States, by waging an unprovoked war of agression, has broken the most important compact in all of International Law?
Germany, in addition to its traitorous-to-the-human-race facilitation of The Superbrain's crusade, has stationed "chemical warfare decontamination specialists" in Kuwait. Now, even though Hans Blix doesn't expect Saddam to use chemical or biological weapons if he has them, even though months of invasive inspections have found nothing and the West's favourite Iraqi defector reported that all of Iraq's WMD were destroyed long ago, and even though the Pentagon is openly acknowledging its plans to utilise Depleted Uranium; why should Germany, except for the colour of most of its inhabitants' skin, be stationing decontamination specialists in Kuwait rather than in Baghdad?
Okay, geopolitical considerations probably have as much to do with the French and German treachery as do racial considerations. But either way, it stinks to high heaven.
A side-note on the DU issue: despite the high levels of correlation between use of radiological munitions and horrifying health and environmental developments, the U.S. military insists that the only reason Iraqis are opposed to its use is because "we kicked the crap out of them [in the first Gulf War], okay?"
This doesn't explain the well-documented effects, nor the reaction to its use from health and environmental experts the world over. But if we follow its logic to its conclusion, Colonel Naughton's remarks reveal the level of carnage wrought by its use, notwithstanding the subsequent health and environmental devastation. In other words, DU, even in its "benign" phase, is a weapon whose use will visit massive levels of destruction upon its targets, and so should be considered no more "acceptable" than a theoretical Iraqi chemcial weapon attack.
Posted by Eddie Tews at March 20, 2003 02:11 PM