Monday, June 14, 2004
I was watching a movie last night on the cable channel FX. It was called Meltdown and it was about terrorists who take over a nuclear power plant in America and plan to blow it up. Sounds scary, right? But I had to stop watching it because of the terrorists. They weren't Arab Muslims, that would racist. They were, get this, United States soldiers. That's right, G.I. Joes. From what I could get from the story, these soldiers had UBL cornered and were about to get him when the State Department ordered them to leave so a convoy could pass through. In doing so, they lost bin Laden. They got angry at the U.S. Government and so they planned to blow up a nuclear power plant. Sounds reasonable, doesn't it? I can't tell you how many terrorist out there are U.S. soldiers. I'll list them for you.

1. Timothy McVeigh

There he is. One, that's all I could come up with. Remember awhile back I posted the rules for making a Hollywood movie? Well, here's an example of rule number 6.

Rule 6. If your film shows the U.S. military in ANYWAY negative, it's good.

Now, don't get me wrong. I'm not saying all Muslims are terrorists, because they're not. But most terrorists are Muslim. But hey, when we can't show the truth about terrorism, then let's go to the next best thing. The American soldier, because everyone knows the U.S. soldier is the most evil force on the planet.

The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing