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Bloviating Zeppelin

(in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

Saturday, November 05, 2005

The First Ever Bloviating Zeppelin "Moonbat of the Week" Award


And the award goes to:

France.

A country? I thought awards went to people.

Well gosh, boys and girls, for my very first award, I decided to make an exception.

Why France, you ask (I suppose perhaps I should be just a little bit ashamed; after all, they are such an inviting and easy target for one to mock)?

All seriousness aside, it has nothing to do with their wines (Fornicalia wines are every bit as good if not better) or their cheese or their vast tracts of unshaved body hair or lack of hygiene -- dammit, Jim; there I go with the cheap shots -- or their wonderful cars (man, those Renaults, Citroens and Peugeots -- huh, I wonder why we don't import them any more?).

It has everything to do with ten, count 'em, ten days of Muslim rioting. And the French response to same.

Let's see. What has the French government done? Oh, yeah; they had some really, terribly harsh words for the rioters:

Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin -- who cancelled a trip to Canada to tackle the crisis -- said the violence was "unacceptable." President Jacques Chirac on Wednesday called for calm, warning that an escalation would be "dangerous."

In the meantime, rioters have burned close to 1,000 vehicles, nursery schools have been burned, firefighters and police officers have been the targets of bullets, rocks, bottles, Molotov cocktails and more. The French claim 250 arrests have been made. Puh-leeze. . . I can make 250 arrests at any Ozzy Osbourne concert.

Faced with such violence and mayhem, I'm certain the Chirac government is seriously considering an unconditional surrender.

What ostensibly began as upheaval following two Muslim teens getting electrocuted whilst climbing a fence at an electrical transmission facility in order to evade the police, has now turned into night after night after night of rioting orchestrated via the internet and cellular telephones.

France is now, essentially, reaping what it has sown. And I must admit I have but little sympathy for the French government or its citizens -- who, by the way, though you'd never read about it, despise the Muslims.

Ah yes, that liberal, generous, accepting, non-judgmental, admirable Euro culture? Check this: You think unemployment is "horrible" in the United States? The October US unemployment dropped 0.1 percent from September, to 5.0%. The unemployment rate for France is over 10%, twice the US national average.

Yes, those accepting Euro cultures, the French in particular, are reaping what they have sown in terms of unlimited immigration, non-assimilation, elitism, and conciliatory non-judgmentalism.

The French, unfortunately, remind me of oh-so-many American mommies and daddies I see in stores and restaurants, telling their belligerent, spoiled children: "Tommy, don't do that. Tommy, I said, don't do that. I'm not kidding. Tommy put that down. I'm about to get really harsh. Tommy, stop that. I'm going to make you stop if you don't stop that. I told you, Tommy. Stop. I really mean it, now. Tommy stop that." Blah blah blah.

France: how stupid are you? You couldn't see this coming?

Evidently not. And you appear to be disinterested in stopping it.

= MOONBAT.

9 Comments:

Blogger Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Great post! I agree. Its things like this that remind me why it is bad to live in a socialist country. Everyone is bashing the oil companies right now for their profits but you notice that the USA is still the cheapest place to get gas. Do we want the government to interfere like in socialist countries? I think not.

Sat Nov 05, 07:45:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Funny you should mention that. Last week gas in Fornicalia was $2.62. Today I tanked up my little Subie at an Arco for $2.48. Huh. Looks like capitalism at work, doesn't it?

France has no idea whatsoever as to how to handle its insurrection. Sure, easy to judge the US. Let's see what happens when reality comes crashing down.

BTW, I'm about to change my blogroll drastically. Might I add your link to my blogroll?

Sat Nov 05, 08:04:00 PM PST  
Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

11 05 05

Hello Bloviating Zeppelin:
Excellent article as usual. That is why you occupy the first position on my sidebar:) I love the moonbat thing, if you don't mind I will highlight this article on Monday! I really like the graphics that you have used and created lately. My husband used to vote Democrat and I showed him your Democrat baby crying logo and he busted up laughing! Anyway, the French should've seen this coming. I know that they have had problems with immigrants coming to their country and not paying taxes on the wealth they generate and something like hundreds of millions of euros escape the mainstream French economy each year due to this effect. Also I understand that ethnic immigrant ghettos have flourished relatively unchecked by the French government, making them bastions of hopelessness and Muslim extremism. This is how religious wars get started and the like when a country does not FORCE its immigrants to assimilate to the extent that they learn the language and the customs and NEED TO RESPECT THEM! Yes when Plessy vs. Fergusen was revoked, it was said that SEPARATE BUT EQUAL IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL! The Fact that the French allowed these separate ghettos to develop is shameful at best! And you know what else, their communistic "everyone has rights to everything" has eroded them and drastically reduced the morale of the French countryman. I think they might have a civil war, or turn into a third world country if they don't take drastic measures! They need a better way of screening who they let into their country, else it will only get worst!

Thought provoking as usual Blo Zep!

Sat Nov 05, 09:27:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

The thing I find amazing is that France just simply couldn't see this coming. They literally invited so many people into their nation, didn't do their best to assimilate them, integrate them into the culture, the language, the background.

And then they stand back, in shock and paralysis, wondering why this occurred.

First: protect the state. React. And quickly.

Mahndisa: you are so correct. The French are in fact so incredibly "eroded." Wow. What a spot-on word.

Sat Nov 05, 09:43:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Mahndisa: Funny thing is: I can't quite see where this is going. I wish I could say that the Islamist extremism takes over, but that would be incorrect.

Our base problem: we are reactive instead of pro-active.

That is the conundrum of The World.

Sat Nov 05, 10:22:00 PM PST  
Blogger Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Zeppelin: That would be great for you to add me to your blogroll. I would be honored. And thank-you for your technical help. Amazingly enough I was able to figure it out.

Also, here in Missouri gas is finally under $2. I filled up last night at $1.95 a gallon.

Sat Nov 05, 11:06:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Gas for $1.95. How cool is that? Unfortunately in Fornicalia, where I live, our various "boutique" blends, gas and diesel, will likely stay higher than the rest of the states. Just because it's Fornicalia.

Also, glad you could add to your sidebar! Heck, I still can't figger out how to add my photo to my profile, that's how techno-challenged I am.

Mahndisa: now I'm curious to see what you'll be doing on Monday.

Sun Nov 06, 09:48:00 AM PST  
Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

11 06 05

OK, Blo Zep I am still trying to figure out what I will talk about. The current post is a response to Adrianne, a leftie who had some very complex and subtle pro choice arguments. I deconstructed them to the tune of eight pages. It is long and an intellectual exercise. I will get something more engaging for tmw. Also to add your picture, you have to edit your profile and use a piece of software called Hello. Blogger gives it to you for free. It downloads your pics and will create a separate webpage for them. Just look it up under blogger and it will explain. Hope that helps!

Sun Nov 06, 04:38:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Okiedokie, that explains why I didn't ask for directions -- I'm a guy.

Mon Nov 07, 05:40:00 AM PST  

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