September 07, 2004


Where is the outrage from the Peacemakers over the senseless and violent deaths of over 350 children at the hands of Al Quaida trained murderers? Where are the political statements from both the amateur and professional Social Consciences?

I have looked all over, checked the Drudgereport, and listened to both local and national news, and I have heard little from the Champions of Peace.

George Soros has written no substantial check from the monies he acquired by raping and pillaging the economies of nations who now lash out at each other in genocidal wars.

Michael Moore has not announced that his next "dramatic documentary" will be filmed in and around the school and feature unauthorized footage of the families of victims of the masacre.

Jimmy Carter has not organized his observers to watch for further masacres.

Robert Redford has not recorded the narration of a PBS documentary about the masacre.

Alec Baldwin has not threatened to move.

Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins have not taken time from their busy shooting schedules to organize a rally against the murderers.

Martin Sheen has not taped himself up in duct tape and paraded about with crucifix in hand to protest the masacre. has organized no Call for Submissions for 30 second spots decrying the masacre or the Al Quaida persons responsible.

Students at Evergreen College have not organized into cells to act as human shields in Russian Schools.

Arianna Huffington has not borrowed a plane already on it's way to Russia to go and give support to the families affected by the masacre.

I have seen not one "Bin Laden=Hitler" sign in the hands of a protesting marcher. I have seen no protests at all.

There has been no condemnation of the masacre by either of the large mosques in Indianapolis. In fact, other than one item in the Arab Times that was carried in a few other outlets, I've seen no outrage from the Muslim press.

Yes, a few of us have cried out in horror. A few of us have prayed for the families, cried out for justice, or demanded vengence. But we are merely small, anonymous voices in a vast electronic land, invisible but for a few readers. Our voices are lost in the wind, but still we speak out.

The large voices, however, the voices with power and audience and authority, remain eeriliy silent.

Their silence is deafening.

Posted by Mamamontezz at September 7, 2004 12:15 PM

I agree Mum,
Where is the outrage from these Hyper caring peace warriors?
You will hear very little as the MAinstream media do not get it.
I dont know what it will take for them understand the veracity of the Enemy we face.
Some days i get sick to my stomach thinking about sick fucks who would kill kids on purpose.
crazy world.
Cheers from Sunny Tampa

Posted by: LC NeilV at September 7, 2004 05:59 PM

The silence really is deafening. The mainstream media doesn't speak out because they don't want to offend the Muslims, that is the greatest offense of all. They are afraid to condemn them and the barbarous acts they perpetrate for fear of reprisals, they behave like they're all for the Muslim terrorists and against jews and Christians. There isn't one outlet that will call them what they are, Murdering Muslim Terrorists, they couch their words for them by using terms like, insurgents, militants, fighters, militia, rebels even freedom fighters. They're gutless. Like the man said you're either with us or against us, a blind man can see which side the media and Soros have sided with.

Posted by: Jack at September 7, 2004 06:27 PM

Where's their outrage? Good question. I have an answer that a lotta people don't wanna hear. We're not outraged because it didn't happen to US. It happened in what is, for all it's blustering and blowing, basically a third-world country. It happened to people that used to be our enemies.
It's like George Carlin's old "Not in MY Backyard" routine. Face it...the average American is concerned only with what happens in his or her own it affects them.......
"Hundreds of people, mostly children, were killed by terrorists in a place thousands of miles away from here? How horrible. Hey, do you wanna go to McDonald's or Burger King?"

Posted by: Pam at September 7, 2004 11:57 PM


I've said it before and I'll say it again: The only reason we freaked about 9/11 is that it happened on our shores. What about the Cole, Khobar Towers, etc. ? Nuthin' Actually, I'd prefer Wendy's.

Mrs. Montezz,

Every time I read someone elses post on this stuff it tears at me and chokes me up. I'm doing the best that I can to try and create at least a blogger memorial for this heart break. I stumbled over your posts yesterday and had inteded on putting them in today but I've been swamped with college finals (descriptive staticstics is killing me). They'll be in there as soon as I can...pray.

Posted by: Jeremy at September 8, 2004 01:57 AM

Very good. I only wish the good folks mentioned could have a chance to read what you had to say about them.

I automatically assumed that the reason we haven't heard from these guys is because they can't figure out how to aggressively denounce terrorism without sounding Republican.

Posted by: Key at September 8, 2004 08:26 AM

That's the beauty of the internet, Key. Some of these egos have staff that seach google for references on a daily basis, and you would be surprised who knows when their name is used and by whom.

And I don't think it has anything to do with sounding Republican as much as it would mean they have to admit that the US wasn't responsible for 9/11, or the Russian people weren't responsible for each senseless death of a child in that school.

We've been blaming the victim in this country for years. To have to change that midset over something as icky as Islamofascist Terrorists??? Egads! How could we ever live with ourselves. Why, if we did that, we might actually have to hold Mumia accountable for being a cop-killer, and we can't do that!


You know what I mean.

Posted by: Mamamontezz at September 8, 2004 08:34 AM

Sept 6th entry well said!

Posted by: Tom at September 8, 2004 10:03 AM

Does anybody have John Kerry's statement concerning the Baslan outrage?

I thought not.

Posted by: StinKerr at September 8, 2004 10:16 AM

John Kerry never made a statement about Baslan. Just like how he was outraged that Bush would question his Vietnam record (which he didn't) in the same breath he was challenging Bush's TANG records. (Which he is still doing.)

Pompus Ass

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