Monday, July 06, 2015

The Dukes of Hazzard vs. Today’s Slave Markets

Yet another must-read from Sultan Knish, aka Daniel Greenfield.

On Mad TV in the nineties, there was a routine where some fast-talking dude would pull out a business card with a flourish while intoning the word "Bam!"

And, Bam!

When Obama condemned Christianity for the Crusades, only a thousand years too late, in attendance was the Foreign Minister of Sudan; a country that practices slavery and genocide. Obama could have taken time out from his rigorous denunciation of the Middle Ages to speak truth to the emissary of a Muslim Brotherhood regime whose leader is wanted by the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity. But our moral liberals spend too much time romanticizing actual slaver cultures.

It’s a lot easier for Obama to get in his million dollar Cadillac with its 5-inch thick bulletproof windows, a ride Boss Hogg could only envy, and chase down a couple of good ole boys than it is to condemn a culture that committed genocide in our own time, not in 1099, and that keeps slaves today, not in 1815.

Even while the Duke boys were being chased through Georgia, Obama appeared at an Iftar dinner; an event at which Muslims emulate Mohammed, who had more slaves than Robert E. Lee. There are no slaves in Arlington House today, but in the heartlands of Islam, from Saudi mansions to ISIS dungeons, there are still slaves, laboring, beaten, bought, sold, raped and disposed of in Mohammed’s name.

Slavery does not exist under the Confederate flag eagerly being pulled down. It does exist under the black and green flags of Islam rising over mosques in Iraq, Saudi Arabia and America today.

What exactly does it say about a society -- and a political party -- that will tar a decades-old TV show while ignoring real crimes against humanity?

Talk amongst yourselves.

Hat tip: BadBlue News.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

In the meantime in Chicago over the July 4th weekend....

10 Murders including a innocent 7 year old
60 wounded

and not ONE confederate flag was seen.