Indiana Jones In Reverse: Kathy Shaidle’s (final?) thoughts on Charlie Hebdo


Kathy’s new post at PJMedia:

It’s not that “Han didn’t shoot first.”

He didn’t shoot at all.

And the Nazis have the Ark.

  • eMan14

    It does matter. We can’t all do it on our own. But we must do what we can.
    The west has not been at war since WW2. Yes we’ve been involved in skirmishes with our soldiers. But our societies have been largely untouched.
    Islam it seems has been at war for over 1400 years. When they are not killing themselves, they come to us for a change of pace.
    Our elected officials have to be made aware of the dangers of Islam. We must write them, call them, pester them… be a pain in their ass.
    Things have to change.

    • AmicusC

      the problem is the “leaders” don’t care. I would very much prefer this to be a policy change and to stem the tide of invaders and deport many that are already here. unfortunately the leaders don’t care and there are too many idiots that refuse to see the danger. more unfortunately I only see one end result there will eventually be a large vicious clash of cultures. there is a reason land has always been segregated amongst tribes of people. it will come back to that. I would like it done peacefully, I know that it wont be.

      • eMan14

        It may very well come to that.

  • John

    Kathy’s article expresses what I feel. Nothing has been accomplished since 911. The “we-are-all-charlie” crowd are full of it. In barely a month most of this will be all forgotten.
    All we have is some bozo who stated: “The future must not belong to those who insult prophet mohammed”

  • David Murrell

    Great scene. Thanks for posting it as a reminder.

  • Wally Keeler

    Great piece of writing analogizing a great iconic scene. Thanks for this Kathy.

  • Tom Forsythe

    Rather than satirizing Muslims, who don’t get it, perhaps we should go after the cultural Marxists. But for their influence, even on the right, we would be winning this war.

  • Chatillon

    Kathy enunciates some very hard truths. We have become a culture without a compass, so used to accommodating the victim that we have lost the capacity to call out the con artists who use victimhood to advance their own interests. The end result is that the herd mentality of political correctness is pervasive, to the extent that the tagline for this generation could very well be “I Know Nothing! I See Nothing!” _a la_ Sergeant Schultz.

    All the big talk, huffing and puffing is being blown out one end while teddy bears and flowers keep getting blown out the other. Yet where is the discussion of how this has come to be? Isn’t a wee bit of a co-inky-dink that Western countries _universally_ have allowed Mohammedans by the millions to migrate into their lands? Where was the public discussion, not to say referendum, on such a world-changing decision? Where is the discussion *_NOW_*?

    Sharia law is being implemented in the West. Resistance to this grim fact will not come from above, nor should it. In a democracy, The people ought to be speaking clearly a and loudly about what laws are to rule the land. But we the people, each and every individual, are too quiet. No more big talk. No more teddy bears. Simple words. Simple and clear demands: If you live in the West you are either with us or against us.

    • John

      All the big talk, huffing and puffing is being blown out one end while
      teddy bears and flowers keep getting blown out the other.

      And we mustn’t forget all those solemn and worthless candlelight vigils that follow every atrocity

  • Thanks for all your feedback, everyone.

  • Minicapt

    Oh dear, another night spent cleaning my sabre.