Response to Apparently, the Irish media caused 9/11
As stated above:
"And I'm NOT resenting ALL forms of anti-Americanism since
some are only wearing a fashionable attitude over a core of
I am attempting to alert people in that categorie who innocently
wander into this otherwise shoddy body of "thinking". Example:
Because someone is "linked to" by a website, they are
consequently representative of that website? That's really smart,
but I'd have thought the matter of whether Wretchard himself
approved of Free Republic would be indicated by his links to
them, and there aren't any. I have a correspondance with
Wretchard (though no one knows who he really is) and I know
that he would never link to FR.
Since the writer (Rolf?) devotes much space to the supposed
conjunction between Belmont Club and FR and since it takes a
Yank to point out the idiocy of the argument, I think it's fair to
question the quality of Rolf's education. Irish school of rote or
American school of rounding? Irish I'd think.
One thing that it took some time to realize in Ireland was that
you're no smarter and no dumber than any other people, so
you're finally free to divest yourselves of this self-promoting
mythology. I never met anyone in my years in Ireland who knew
as much about geography as I do, Ireland being a place where
all people of color issue from that catch-all region of
who-knows-where called "Nigeria".
And for the geographically-challenged, Brennan's "impressions"
of America are just that, "impressions" that come to you from the
armpit of the middle of nowhere - Albany, New York. There's no
comparison to anywhere in Ireland but think of it as a suburb of a
small city in the north of England known for being a total dead
I notice that everything comes down to "bombing" for Brennan.
With so many Shinners appearing in the midst of the Irish Anti
War stew - yeah, ALL Yanks see that contradiction a lot better
than you people do - how do we know that some of these writers
don't make their livings fabricating such devices for certain
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