Article copyYou're certainly all aware by now that Amnesty International finally revealed its true nature.First there was the ludicrous Guantanamo=Gulag — a close second to Bush=Hitler in the Brain-dead Communication Department — which, I confess, surprised me a bit: with my educated anti-Communist mindset, I thought the gulag was the gulag of our time (whether you call it Kwan-li-co, Laogai, or the Castroite camps, fronts and granjas).
Silly unsophisticated me.
And then, there was the nod-nod-wink-wink poll Who's got the worst human rights records (Dick Cheney or Darth Vader? Take that, you AmerikkkaNazis) — though I'm still trying to find the joke in that type of NGO humor, despite the fact that I can enjoy a good sarcasm just like the next guy. But I probably 'don't get it'.
Thus, we can simply tag AI as zombies and keep them out of the compound (or aim for the head). That said, it's not exactly a big loss, in the ancestral struggle Western Civilization is fighting against dictators and totalitarians of all race and creed.
After all, history has shown, on multiple times, that the best hope for every inmate rotting in any political concentration system is a squad of G.Is taking down the camp's fences and shooting down the guards. Not grandstanders in fair-traded, hand-woven Peruvian beanies handing out flyers and making a morally comfortable living out of the misery of the victims of tyranny, instead of getting a proper job.
Remember people: alpaca wool hats don't kill dictators; guns kill dictators.
I'm not letting you leave empty-handed, but instead of cutting off your hands, I've created a few web graphics for you to campaign on Amnesty's amnesia, if you like. As always, the only requirements are that (1) you avoid wearing the Peruvian hat at all costs and (2) that you make sure you get the graphics on your own server, and have them link to this post's permalink.