Thursday, July 03, 2008

H O P E


AMERICA: 'The Last Best Hope of Earth.' -Abraham Lincoln

Have a Great Independence Day, everyone, I'll be leaving for a trip on the 4th and will be back by mid-July. This will be my last post until then, but I'll be checking in to take a look and respond to comments and such while I'm away.

24 comments:

Damien said...

Bosch,

Too bad Pig Man is not real

Bosch Fawstin said...

Ditto, Damien.

Damien said...

Bosch,

Speaking of hope, did you hear about this? Its an article from Mosque Watch about a certain Dutch politician we anti-Jihadists all love.

Dutch_politician_to_make_another_film

Well what do you think? Do you want to see his new film?

Bosch Fawstin said...

Damien,

I think Wilders is the only politician who is honest about the most important issue of our time, and his lone stand shames his fellow Western politicians, possibly even to the point where they start feeling comfortable thinking about the truths he speaks, even one day saying it themselves, with full conviction. It's individuals who change things, not the masses. It always begins with one man and that man is Wilders in the political realm. I definitely want to see his new film, I just would like to see him being one of many who had this kind of nerve under fire.

Citizen Bain said...

Bosch, have a nice vacation, break, holiday, or whatever you consider your time away. I enjoy reading your stuff, and look forward to more analysis on your return.

Here's something I wrote in disgust last night; hope you enjoy it:

http://groups.google.com/group/bainwaves/browse_thread/thread/97317cd8ee4ce58c

Happy Fourth!

- Dan Bain

Citizen Bain said...

Well, that sucked. Not sure what happened to the too-long URL, but here it is again, made tiny:

http://tinyurl.com/5byoru

Enjoy!

Damien said...

Bosch,
Citizen Bain,

Speaking of alternative history and hatred of America, here is an interesting article.

The_Progessive_Version

Its actually a rather funny parody. It shows how the hate America crowd has turned history upside down. I hope you guys like it.

phuckie slum said...

Happy 4th, Bosch!

hope you had a great weekend.

Godfrey of Utah said...

Bosch, it is brave artists like you, among other things, that give me hope for the future. I tip my hat to you for citing Abraham Lincoln, a great man. A man for his time. Much like you.

Hope you had a Glorious 4th!

Damien said...

Bosch,
Citizen Bain,
phuckie slum,
Godfrey of Utah,
et. al.

Speaking of hope. I have some good news to report.

Check this out, it looks like we may have an American version of Geert Wilders running for congress. Here's the Frontpagemag interview.

What do you guys think? Do any of you live in Tennessee and think you might vote for him in the upcoming election? Do you think he has a chance?

To bad he's an immigrant. The constitution only allows people who are natural born citizens to run for president.

Mike Thompson said...

They continue to get better and better, my friend. How the hell do you do that? Perfect post in all regards.

And I'm baaaaaaaaaack...online regualrly as before. It's great to be back.

Mike Thompson said...

And Happy Belated Independence Day to you, Bosch, Robert, Godfrey, Phuckie Slum, and all the rest of the visitors to The Infidel Blog, the best damn webblog/website on the 'Net.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Citizen Bain,

Glad to have you here, and very potent words you put together there, thanks for the heads up.


phuckie slum,

Ditto, and this 4th of July weekend was the best I can recall, thanks.

Godfrey,

And to you as well, my friend, Lincoln was indeed a Great man.


Damien,

I will definitely check that out when I get back, thanks.

Mike, great to hear, just great, must feel like you're back to normal now, it really has become a necessity, being connected, and thanks for the kind words, as always.

Damien said...

Bosch,

Thanks, I'm glad you appreciate it, but check what out? I linked to more than one thing in this thread.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Damien,

I will check out your last link when I can, the interview at FPM, when I get back.

Damien said...

Bosch,

Thanks

Mike Thompson said...

Now that I have returned to the 'Net, it's great to closely examine your art again, Bosch. What is particularly striking about this image is not so much PigMan (he's awesome btw), but how the American flag subtly becomes the twin towers. It conjures images of a King Kong sized PigMan catching the hijacked airplanes as they approach their target.

If only that were reality. Superbly done, my friend.

Citizen Bain said...

I'm guessing you guys have seen this, but just in case:

http://worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=69251


"Hey, kids! You're welcome!!"

Damien said...

Citizen Bain,

I heard about this, but hope is not the word that comes to mind when I think about this is very disturbing story. Hopefully some of those kids will go through deprogramming back in their home countries before they go on a Jihad. Here's a direct link by the way.
The_Karachi_Kids

Here's a link to another more hopeful article I posted earlier on this same thread, in case you didn't see it.
Anti_Sharia_for_Congress

Citizen Bain said...

Damien, thanks for the reminder. I wasn't thinking about the title and theme of this specific entry; instead, I posted on the latest thread with no thought to what it was actually about. Sorry none of my posts have been too hopeful; thanks for yours, though!

Damien said...

Citizen Bain,

Your welcome

Damien said...

Bosch

I alerted Pastorius to the Frontpagemag interview with Vijay Kumar, I told you about earlier. He's anti-Sharia Candidate for congress from Tennessee. Pastorius posted the story over at The Infidel_Bloggers_Alliance.

Once you have read the article, maybe you could drop in and leave a comment or two. I have been wonder what you think of the guy.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Citizen Bain,

I suggest you don't give others any reason not to follow your links by learning how to do so.


Damien,

Finally got around to reading Vijay Kumar's interview at FPM, great stuff, and exactly what we need in our political leaders. I particularly liked his take on how our university students are being 'professionaly trained' to become apologists for Islam by the truthless curriculum regarding Islam. It's a serious dereliction on the part of those whose job it is to know the truth about important matters.

Damien said...

Bosch,

I'm glad you like him. There aren't many politicians who are willing to say the kind of things that he is. Unfortunately, I can't vote for him since I don't live in Tennessee, but maybe he will get elected. I hope he wins in a land slide running on his anti-Sharia, anti-CAIR, anti-Jihad platform. That will send the right message to other politicians, don't you think?