Love the double entendre, Bosch -- Pigman is the good killer, while the killer of the good is breathing his last over on the other side of the picture.Just had a very disturbing talk with my younger brother. Yelling match, to be frank, which would be normal 50 years ago but we're now both in our 60s. He has completely fallen for the whole ball of wax: Islam is a religion of peace, Bush is a monster and worse than bin Laden or any other terrorist, Obama is a nice young Harvard grad and just what we need to straighten this country out, and I'm insane for thinking otherwise and I'm harshing his mellow by even bringing up the subject. This is an average, educated, professional person, not some flaming moonbat, but he's ready to dump family members if they don't get with the Obamassiah's program. It's downright surreal -- I see heroes like Geert Wilders literally risking their lives trying to warn the world that disaster is approaching and I'm told to ignore it, stop bringing up unpleasant topics, shut up and chill. Is anyone else running into this level of insanity? The other thing making me nervous is the number of people who should know better who are suggesting that Obama is undergoing a change of heart (or a brain transplant) and genuinely moving towards a more rational attitude. Should his background of 25+ years in the most radical leftist element of our political system be forgotten because of words he mouths in some debate? This is not to defend McCain, but I see McCain as a symptom and a result of people like my brother who are evading reality. Everything in Obama's background screams that his intent must be to foster Marxism in this country and make us more vulnerable to Islam. A Barack Obama who suddenly realizes the greatness of the country he's been pledged to destroy and turns his back on his "US-of-KKK" and bomb-tossing mentors would make a great plot. But this isn't fiction and I'm not buying it. I say it's takiya and I say to hell with it.
Revere, just keep repeating... "Hope and change, hope and change, hope and change..." and Dhimmitude...Obama is another symptom of the jihad problem. It's the 800 gorilla in the living room that no one 'wants' to see. And soon there will probably be legislation at the UN and maybe in the US to make sure we are not allowed to see it.It's a mad, mad world.Long live Pigman. Long live the resistance.
revereridesagain, It's hard for me to believe that anyone's buying what Obama's selling, but then Jimmy Carter was a president. The Obamedia is doing all they can to make sure their guy wins, making it really seem as if he looks like he has a chance, though I don't think he does in the moment of truth. This is America in a post 9/11 world, I don't see Americans voting in a man who pretends that his Muslim background isn't worth mentioning. And very good flip on the image's terms, that the enemy is the killer of the good as opposed to Pigman being The Good Killer, well put. I also make it a point to be very distinctive about the terminology I use, in that Pigman is a killer of murderers, to really smash the idea that killing murderers is the same as murdering innocents. I do think some things must be spelled out even if they come off as heavy-handed, at times at least.
Fellow Infidel, Good to see you here again, and yes, long live the resistance and those like Geert Wilders who is shaming all of his fellow politicians in saying what must be said about Islam, while under constant death threat. You have to read the speech he just gave in NY if you haven't, and for me there was an added bonus of him quoting my favorite writer, Ayn Rand.
Very cool Bosch and major kudos. Killing the guilty is not close to being the same as killing the innocent. It is like day and night, but bleeding heart liberals and apologists do not want to see that. I doubt another evil killer attack that kills thousands of the innocent will snap them out of it, because that is what will happen if Obama is elected. I wish Geert Wilder could run for president. Never stop, never submit!
Bosch,I personally hope Geert Wilders is shaming other politicians, but I have no idea if he is making them feel shame. For all I know, a lot of them may have no shame at all when it comes to what they are doing in the war on terror.
Bosch, my friend, I've noticed a couple things that perhaps slipped past my radar lately. One of them is the subtle change to the blog ttitle. The faint light blue twin towers I do indeed detect now. Very cool. I also have noticed the "Never Submit" thumbnail on the right column of your blog has a slightly redrawn PigMan, more conforming to your present design sense. A slightly more aggressive look and dare I say fattened a bit. Well done! I assume these minor changes have something to do with your special project we discussed a couple weeks back. Kudos, my friend. I need to look back through all your older posts to see what other tweaks you have made, if any.
And I really do need to check my spelling before hitting 'publish'."ttitle"...sheesh.
Man, love...LOVE... the redesigned PigMan logo on "The Stand". Such an improvement to an otherwise sleek design. Love that fat-"s". Um...that sounds bad when read aloud.
Godfrey, Thanks for the good words, and we really do need a leader like Geert Wilders in America, but that he exists is a great sign that there could be one day. Damien, Wilders is shaming them apart from their acknowledgment of it, because he's really simply speaking the truths that must be told and doing it as a politician, which makes him somewhat of a freak politician, and the very term 'war on terror' is just the tip of the iceberg of our problems, as we who care know. Yes, Mike, the slight tweaks of the images are for the project which I'll be announcing here fairly soon. And it was your words, actually, which made me first reconsider the design of Pigman's chest symbol, where you suggested that I fatten up the S a bit. It really fits so much better this way, it says Pigman far more now than before.
Bosch,I don't want to sound like a pessimist and normally I am not, but I am some what skeptical of the notion that Wilders is shaming them. Its not that they shouldn't feel shame, but as far as I can tell, many politicians have no shame and just label him a bigot. I have a bad feeling that he makes them feel anger more than shame, because they are not changing their behavior, and instead just demonizing him. I don't mean to put down what Wilders is doing, but he doesn't seem to be influencing too many mainstream politicians. Don't get me wrong, I think he should keep doing it, but how do you know what most other politicians are thinking? If Wilders is shaming them apart from their acknowledgment of it, how can you know that? Can you read minds? I have a really bad feeling that something really horrible is going to have to happen to wake people up. I hope it doesn't take a nuclear 9/11 to get us to do what needs to be done. I hope for the best, but I can't help but fear for the worst.By the way, over at the Infidel Bloggers Alliance, Citizen Warrior has linked to a Front Page Mag article on Wilders. You might want to check it out, if you haven't already.
Damien,Since you have no shame in asking me if I can read minds, I'm going to ask if you can read words:Geert Wilders is shaming every single last politician on earth by standing alone with the truth against Islam and its Jihad, regardless if the shamed politicians acknowledge this shame or not, to themselves or to others. We do not need the shameful to acknowledge their shame in order for US to acknowledge their shame. And it is part of the shameful to not give a damn about being shameful. From Bush on down, history's going to reveal each and every one of them as a shameful coward who didn't say or do what had to be said or done when we had the power to do so.
Bosch,Doesn't "shaming" mean to make some one feel shame?
Bosch,I'm sorry if asking you, if you could read minds was upset you. I thought you'd know it was supposed to be rhetorical. I'm not angry at you.
In a sane world we would be running Wilders/Hirsi Ali against the Obamachine. But then, in a world sane enough to run a Wilders/Hirsi Ali ticket Obama would still be "Barach Hussein Who?"
I see, so if I call you on a dumb question, rhetorical or not, it's I who is 'upset', and who should be worried if it's you who is 'angry' with me or not. Damien, this is not the first time you've bugged me by something you wrote on this blog. I know you mean well, that's not the point, but you do make me puzzled at times as to exactly what you Do mean. Can you seriously not get my point? Think about it.
Bosch,look, maybe I am misunderstanding what you are saying. If you are saying that Wilders is doing something that should make them feel shame, and not something that does make them feel shame, I agree with you.
Damien, Good, because they all should be ashamed, whether they are or not, that's the point. In a sane world, Geert Wilders would be one among many, but in our world, only he can stand unashamed in the face of this resurgent Jihad. There are lesser ones who use some of the terms Wilders uses, but Wilders speeches the truth without Any concern to make any of it sound better than it is. He's truly one of a kind, as all great leaders are.
Bosch,Then, I couldn't agree with you anymore, if my life depended on it.
Dear Bosch,The idea of a ruthless super hero;ina battle against a real darkside(Islam)is very appealing andwould elevate you to the ranks of youtube folk hero(like Pat Condell).If "Pigman"is in animation form then I'm sure that some sites(www.prophetmohammed.co.uk)would be more than pleased to give pigman,sheroics an airing.In the meantime I wish you every success in combatting the abomination known as Islam.
Thank you very much, hellosnackbar, and I think being able to show and tell the truth through a story is something a little different than what we've seen since 9/11.
i agree your idea ! very nice blog
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