Fiddling

Wretchard:

the 70-year-old Pax Americana has fallen apart. Al-Qaeda has flourished. President Benigno Aquino of the Philippines caught the tone of rising concern when he warned, in an interview with the New York Times, that China was doing to Southeast Asia what Nazi Germany did to Central Europe in the late 1930s. “At what point do you say, ‘Enough is enough’? Well, the world has to say it — remember that the Sudetenland was given in an attempt to appease Hitler to prevent World War II.” But you wouldn’t know it for the panegyrics still being sung by the mainstream media. To read some papers you would think the world’s biggest problem was gay rights at the Sochi Olympics. The Sudetenland? Things are not as bad as that yet. But the operative word is “yet.”

Serious times, unserious people.

2 Responses to “Fiddling”

  1. reliapundit Says:

    Left’s response:

    “Israel is the biggest problem in the world! Then the GOP’s war on women, LGBT, abortion rights, and the racist Tea Party!”

  2. gs Says:

    Serious times, unserious people.

    Oh, they’re serious: serious about lining their own pockets. Rarely if ever before has the American elite done so well by itself while running things so badly.

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