Saturday, July 21, 2007

Vigilance? Bah!

Revised version: Changes suggested by Christine from CVF.

I Want You To Keep Quiet!

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Lao said...

Hrmmm Baron... smells of hate speech to me - maybe you need to spend a bit more time in the gulags of diversity - the arrogance of a old white man pointing his condescending finger at people of color.

I wonder how much longer we have before Uncle Sam joins Sambo.

An American Expat in Southeast Asia

Papa Whiskey said...

"Gulags of diversity" -- most excellent. As is this photoshop. Can Cafe Press print up some of these?

Tapline said...

This is excellent!!!right on point

Otter said...

Perhaps lao will change his mind about what he sees when his 'gulags of diversity' are wiped out by islamofascists.

Quote from ‘Social Justice in islam,’ by Sayyid Qutb (one of the fathers of Al-Quaida):

‘So, the islamic belief is that humanity is an essential unity; it’s scattered elements must be brought together, it’s diversity must give place to unity, it’s variety of creeds must in the end be brought into one.’

‘There can be no permanent system in human life until this integration and unification has taken place… even justifying the use of force against those who deviate from it.’

Lao said...


I believe it was sarcasm on my part ;-)

I'm definitely not a fanboi of diversity and multiculturalism - of that I can assure you. I've had the experience of seeing it's destructive nature firsthand.

From a recent post of mine which pretty much confirms what you are saying --

"...Having long been silenced by political correctness and thereby impervious to any rational argument on the policies of diversity and multiculturalism, England is now beginning to witness firsthand how multiculturalism inevitably crushes individuality and obliterates freedom. America is not far behind"

An American Expat in Southeast Asia

cathyf said...

Actually, I think that the poster is ineffective because it assumes too much context. It looks just like all of those WWII posters ("LOOSE LIPS SINK SHIPS!") encouraging people to avoid gossip because the enemy might find actionable intelligence in something seemingly innocent.

Something more like "I want ignore suspicious activity" is way more effective.

Dymphna said...


You have a good idea there. You might try your hand at photoshopping and feature it on your blog.

I'm serious. There ought to be lots of different iconic images in what has become a propaganda war.

Meanwhile, however, Michelle Malkin gave this one her "Photoshop of the Week" award, so I'm happy to go with that.

Fixing up those images is time consuming.