With thanks to Diana West, I received a couple of links to YouTube videos that feature a brave Colorado woman named Ann Barnhardt. Thomas Jefferson would have loved this lady.
In the first one, she pretty well grinds Senator Lindsey Graham to little pieces for his suggestion that Congress should pass a law that outlaws burning of the Koran.
From Barnhardt’s oration, we learn that Senator Graham’s position is that during times of war (he had the unbelievably audacity to cite World War II to bolster his argument) there must be limits on things that Americans can or should say that might encourage and embolden the enemy. We must be polite, or they’ll get angry with us.
Is that so, Lindsey? Try this one, released in 1942, during the darkest days of WWII:
Pretty defiant, huh? One must put this Disney cartoon into context. When it was released, Poland, France, Norway, Belgium The Netherlands, Czechoslovakia, North Africa, the Phillipines, China, Burma, Guadalcanal, and most of the Pacific island chains had fallen to the armies of Germany and Japan. Oh, yes, and let’s not forget Italy’s conquest of Ethiopia. The entire world was in flames.
It was defeat after defeat after defeat for the United States and our allies, until the Battle of Midway in June of 1942.
Wonder if some Japanese and Nazi higher-ups were angered, encouraged and enflamed when they saw that Donald Duck piece? Not too polite, if you catch my drift.
We are in a terrible mess. The whole of Western Civilization is under attack from Islam and men like Lindsey Graham want Americans to shut up and behave, so that we don’t make our enemies angry.
I’ve never met Ann Barnhardt. But, I would like to shake her hand and offer her a cup of coffee. She is absolutely correct in her analysis of our dhimmi dilemma. And the lower we prostrate ourselves before our would-be Muslim masters, the bolder they will become.
Here’s part 2 of Barnhardt, in which she takes the Koran apart, bellicose verse by bellicose verse – and burns it:
More to follow on this lady, I’m sure. Stay tuned.