Article copyThank God, the "anti" war movement keeps deploying inestimable efforts to demonstrate how irrelevant it is.
One year ago, I was disgusted and infuriated by the depth of the sewers in which their minds wander, and came up with this banner.
One year later, I praise the work and commend the sacrifices of the men and women of the Coalition, I'm grateful to the world leaders who stood by the decisions that led to the liberation of Iraq and I notice that, just like last year, the "opposition to war" is heard in London, New-York or Madrid, but not really in Baghdad.
One year ago, I was sick and furious. Now I'm laughing at them.
After all, Saddam is not here to finance them anymore.
I understand you could legitimately feel offended by this guy for instance. One year ago, I would have been as well.
But now, drawing confidence from the outstanding work that's being done in Afghanistan, in Iraq and more discreetly in other places, I truly I believe we should cherish pictures like this. The more we see them, and talk about them, the better.
They just prove how right we are. •These people being obviously morally disabled, their kinship with the zombies of Dawn of the Dead (at least, in the original version. I still have to see the 2004 one) is now apparent. And with the remake already playing, it was more than enough for the dissident frogman to hack you up a couple of graphic candies to adorn your computer screen and, whenever possible, entertain those who are friends and annoy those who are just acquaintances (yes, you know who I mean. Them.)
Frogwomen & Frogmen, let me introduce "Dawn of the BrainDead"
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Just in case you'd want to play the "Before/After" game, you will find the original material here ("Downloads/Desktops" section)