Tuesday, June 10, 2008

'ALLAH HELP US....'

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pigman:

You never cease to "make my day."

And here's to you never ceasing to make the enemies' days really, really BAD...

Signed,
WholeBrainer, A Sincere Fan

Bosch Fawstin said...

Thank you very much, Wholebrainer, means a lot.

Damien said...

Bosch,

"Allah help us, we have unleashed a terrible beast" Did any of our enemies actually say that or did you just make it up for your "The Infidel" graphic novel? I hope some of them have said that about us. I want them to fear us.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Damien,

The day the enemy says something like that is when we've unleashed our power on them. That's not going to happen anytime soon, to our everlasting shame. Our leaders are waiting for far more of us to be slaughtered in order to do what they're supposed to be doing Now. That's a nasty fact, one that they would loudly deny because it's true. So before that day comes, I'm going to have to fantasize about terrifying this enemy into submission through Pigman.

phuckie slum said...

Bosch,

This goes great with "making them pray 10 times a day" - and it's happened already. The terrorist motherfuckers have been tucking their hairy tails with "allah help us" pretty much after every Israeli retaliation, let alone a U.S. one. It's just that these fierce reactions are increasingly held back and never complete, aside from a surge here and there.

And I agree that we no longer remind the enemy how pathetically weak they are.

I just can't wait for that to happen.

Bosch Fawstin said...

I can't wait either. 9/11 was The moment of truth, and our leaders chose to lie to themselves and us about what we're facing and our undefeated enemies have benefited ever since.

Bosch Fawstin said...

And now Bush, with 6 full months of power to go, officially defaults on Iran:

'...[Bush]said that his aim now was to leave his successor a legacy of international diplomacy for tackling Iran.'

'I think that in retrospect I could have used a different tone, a different rhetoric.'
Bush said


His much vaunted 'Bush Doctrine' has been proven to be mere words, words that he now feels bad in merely uttering, when what he should be apologizing for is not acting on them.

Here's the whole sorry account, said not by a man who's looking back on his flawed presidency, but from a man who currently has the power to do what needs to be done with more than enough time to do the entire world a favor, and most especially before an election whose outcome could empower this enemy even more than Bush has.

MississippiMud said...

"I fear we have awakened a sleeping giant." - Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto

Love the picture.

Anonymous said...

Bosch:

As a libertarian, I assume you are familiar with "Reason" magazine.

IMO that really went down the shitter as soon as Virginia Postrel left. Now Cathy Young is using the magazine to whine about "Islamophobia." It's sad - it used to be such a great magazine when it cared about topics like Milton Friedman.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Mississipimud,

Thanks, that's exactly the kind of fear we need to instill in today's enemy. In the Pigman story, the enemy comes to fear him more than they do allah.

Damien said...

Anonymous,

Can you please give us the link to the Reason Magazine article where Cathy Young whines about Islamophobia? That seems kind of strange coming from that magazine.

Bosch Fawstin said...

I caught wind of Reason Magazine's lack of reason regarding the Islamic threat, and I remember Cathy Young even criticizing Robert Spencer's cogent conclusions about Islam and its Jihad.
No one, especially those of any prominence, should be writing about Islam if they haven't done their homework on it. They will necessarily mislead people who count on them for the truth, a truth which is becoming increasingly subversive.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Here's Young's article, The Jihad Against Muslims. I doubt she's ever written an article titled The Jihad Against Non-Muslims. Her point is one that's made by many, that we shouldn't paint all Muslims as evil. No serious writer of Islam and Jihad that I've read has ever suggested that. But when one is not equipped to argue against the ugly truths about Islam, poised to dismiss them as out of line insults, one usually changes the subject and attacks those who do know. In Young's case, to accuse Spencer and Fitzgerald of holding positions they don't hold, in order to come off as the more reasonable one. If she'd simply study the damn subject, she wouldn't have to embarrass herself and lose the serious credibility she has.

Rebel Radius said...

PIGMAN is my hero.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Mine too, Ha.

Mike Thompson said...

Amazing, amazing, amazing. Hahaha! Prayer won't save them now.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Thanks, Mike, and no, nothing will save them in Pigman's world.