I am delighted to see the U.K. blog The Lambeth Walk has reactivated after a six-month pause and a faltering last year. The Worst Moment of George W. Bush’s Presidency voices an opinion doubtless shared by many VDARE.com readers
What was the worst moment of George W. Bush's presidency?
The 9/11 attacks which killed over 3,000 innocent people?...
Launching a largely pointless war in Iraq, leading to the deaths of thousands of American and hundreds of British troops, plus resulting in an insurgency which left an unknown number of civilians dead and strengthened Iranian influence in Iraq and the entire region?Not finding and bringing to justice Osama bin Laden, ostensibly the reason for which a (now) largely pointless war is being fought in Afghanistan...?
(VDARE.com would nominate also losing Congress in 2006)
It was when rapper and professional thug Kanye West said on national TV that he didn't think Bush cared about black people!
Of course. That's much worse than anything I mentioned above.
Can this please be the final nail in the coffin of the notion that Bush is in any way conservative?
The Lambeth Walk has another item about Free Speech suppression in Cheshire and an extraordinary story about the riot that broke out at the sentencing in London for attempted murder of Roshonara Choudry, a 21 year old Muslim woman who stabbed a Labour MP in his constituency office last May. (She objected to his votes in support of the Iraq war.)
…several Muslim men were ejected from the public gallery after swearing at the judge, threatening members of the jury, and shouting "curse the British", "British go to hell", "curse the judge" and "Allahuakbar".
What beggars belief is that they weren't arrested for contempt of court or attempting to pervert the course of justice, but allowed to continue their "protest" outside...
Welcome back, The Lambeth Walk.