Saturday, October 30, 2004

Kofi backs Hansen (UNRWA)

After all that's been said about Hamas members on the UN payroll, both Kofi Annan and the media at large prefer to pay more attention to the one time the IDF gets it wrong when they accuse UNRWA of aiding and supporting terrorists. All the other times, the only thing they could possibly say was: "No comment".

So after Israel admitted it was wrong about a stretcher being a Kassam rocket, Annan "expressed "full confidence" in the head of [UNRWA]". Pardon the language but FUCK HIM, and FUCK HANSEN TOO!
[Israel's UN Ambassador Dan Gillerman] also charged that Hansen "for years has expressed anti-Israeli, biased, unrestrained positions and statements." After Israel withdrew the charge, Hansen said he expected an apology from Israel.
No apology for paying Hamas terrorists. With UN money. Coming mainly from the US, the EU and Canada. Nice going, asshole.

Like the 'mistake' about the stretcher in some compensates for the ADMISSION that Hamas members work at/for UNRWA and ARE PAID by UNRWA.

Incoherent, mentally incapacitated Arafat - his usual chipper self

Incoherent, mentally incapacitated Arafat flown to Paris And the French of course love to have him!
never a Hellfire around when you need one!

Friday, October 29, 2004

Islamic war in Thailand progressing

In this BBC article it becomes ever clearer that there's a structural problem with the Muslim neighbour to the South of Thailand, Malaysia.
Two bombs have injured at least 18 people in southern Thailand, just hours after another blast killed two people in a neighbouring province.
The attacks come amid rising tensions over the deaths in army custody of 78 Muslim protesters earlier this week.
What's Malaysia got to do with it, you ask. Well, this:
Malaysia's former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has urged Bangkok to consider giving autonomy to southern Thailand's Muslim Malay majority.

He told a local paper that early action could prevent a violent escalation.
I pointed to this 'phenomenon' and the maniac Mahathir before.
More than 400 people have now died in southern Thailand this year in mounting violence blamed on the security forces and Islamic separatist rebels. One separatist group this week vowed to avenge the latest deaths by attacking Bangkok.

Our correspondent says it underscores Thai claims that separatist guerrillas may be crossing from Malaysia, a charge the Malaysian authorities deny.

Nevertheless, the Malaysian government has expressed concern that the violence could spill over into its territory. Hundreds of Malaysians gathered outside the Thai embassy in Kuala Lumpur on Friday to protest about the killings.

In an interview with a Malaysian newspaper, former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said autonomy for Thailand's southern Muslims - whose ethnic roots are Malay - could help stem the violence.
The Thai need to take serious action against the maniacs in the South. Learn from Israel. From what Israel did right, and wrong.

Thai protesters died in custody

The BBC has this report on the latest clashes between Muslim 'protesters' and Thai police. 78 people died while in custody, reportedly from suffocation after being transported in overcrowded vans.

However, you need to REALLY read between the lines to discover that this is not some isolated incident, or intentional heavy-handed police tactics. Whatever the BBC would have you believe, this 'protest' (which closely resembled an outbreak of civil war) was NOT isolated.

It is part of another instance of the global Islamic war being waged against the rest of the world.

In the South, Thailand borders on Malaysia. And that country suffers from a particularly virulent form of Islamism, and all the nasty side effects that come with it. Its Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad makes it a point to spew Jew-hatred every time he's in front of a microphone (and probably when in private as well). If you want to read the enire speecg, go here. But here are a few quotes:
For well over half a century we have fought over Palestine. What have we achieved? Nothing. We are worse off than before.

We are actually very strong. 1.3 billion people cannot be simply wiped out. The Europeans killed six million Jews of 12 million. But today the Jews rule this world by proxy. They get others to fight and die for them.
I like the reference to 'Palestine'. It goes to show the state of mind of a person who has absolutely NOTHING to do with the conflict, but is preoccupied with almost nothing else. Or he cynically uses it to mobilize his subjects, because he knows THEY have nothing else on their minds.

This is the leader of Malaysia. A country of some 25 million people, mostly Muslim. Looking to spread the faith of Muhammed into Thailand. Which is what the riots,
bombings, ambushes and 'protests' are all about.

Arafat at his most photogenic

Cox & Forkum do some great satire, but you just can't beat the real thing:
Evil leprechaun meets fanclub
He doesn't look so despicable now, does he? Just disease ridden, decayed, like he should be dead but Satan is using all means at his disposal to keep the zombie walking.
Oh well. Things can only get better from here.

Gee, where did all the WMD's go?

IMRA has this article on some of the WMD's that the Americans were convinced they'd find in Iraq. This is close to a smoking gun.
U.S. intelligence agencies have obtained satellite photographs of truck convoys that were at several weapons sites in Iraq in the weeks before U.S. military operations were launched, defense officials said yesterday.

The photographs indicate that Iraq was moving arms and equipment from its known weapons sites, said officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

According to one official, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, known as NGA, "documented the movement of long convoys of trucks from various areas around Baghdad to the Syrian border." The official said the convoys are believed to include shipments of sensitive armaments, including equipment used in making plastic explosives and nuclear weapons.
And guess who may well have helped them? The same people involved in the Oil-For-Food bribery, the same people opposing the US at every turn in the UN SC, the same people who their own children slaughtered by Muslim terrorists:
The photographs bolster the claims of Pentagon official John A. Shaw, who told The Washington Times on Wednesday that recent intelligence reports indicate Russian special forces units took part in a sophisticated dispersal operation from January 2003 to March 2003 to move key weapons out of Iraq.
The US government is understandably reluctant to come right out with info like this unless there is undeniable proof. That is not likely to happen.
But considering O.F.F., it is not too farfetched to see the Russians in a role like this.

mosque in Tel aviv university

A Tel Aviv university opened a mosque on campus.

Think about that. Then try imagine a similar thing in ANY muslim country being done for Christians, or Jews. Silly I know, cause they've all been chased out of forcibly converted but still. You can't do it can you?
Haaretz - Israel News
The establishment of the mosque was initiated by the Ikra movement, a national movement that aids Arab students in institutes of higher education.
This is possible in a democracy. It may not necessarily be a good idea, but nothing stands in its way. And who knows. It's a remote chance, but some of the Arabs studying and praying there may come to see the Jews for what they are - human beings wanting to live in peace.

Cox & Forkum - Tears to my eyes!

Sheez, these guys are funny!
LMAO again!
Cox & Forkum: Condolences?

Thursday, October 28, 2004

Guess Arafat isn't staying till statehood after all

Looks like the bastard is sicker than he let on. But you can't hide being dead, now can you?Arafat sick not only in the head but body as well.
I'm not into prayer. And this is all way too late anyway, like seventy years or so.
"He was suffering from hallucinations."
Now THAT is what I call old news! Anyway, better late than never.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

8 - 12 months before Iranian A-Bomb?

If the data mentioned in this article are even half right, the future of Israel is very dark indeed. A group called the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) made the following claims:
"Khamenei has ordered his diplomats and his negotiators to prolong the negotiations as much as possible, possibly by between eight and 12 months, which is exactly the time needed to complete the bomb," [Mohammad Mohaddessin, chairman of the NCRI's Foreign Affairs Committee] said.
Now anyone, even a dissident Iranian can make claims like these. An enemy of the Mad Mullahs will be eager to cast the rabid clerics in a bad light (which admittedly is not all that hard to do). But this group does have some credit to their name:
The group, however, gained credibility in August 2002 by exposing another secret uranium enrichment facility being built underground in Natanz, 150 miles south of Tehran, and a heavy water production facility at Arak, about 120 miles southwest of Tehran.

That exposure triggered the current nuclear standoff with Iran, by forcing the Islamist regime to open these sites to the U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
They know what they're talking about, and obviously have inside information. There's a slight problem though: In their fight against the Iran regime, they accepted various forms of aid from Saddam Hussein (who helped them for obvious reasons).
The Bush administration and European powers have branded the NCRI a terrorist group, mainly because its military wing was sheltered by Saddam Hussein at bases in Iraq, from which it launched attacks in Iran.
Saddam treated this as a case of "The enemy of my enemy is my friend". So did NCRI.

In this case, perhaps so should the Americans.

Clinton says Kerry 'loyal friend of Israel'

Haaretz think it is worth mentioning how Clinton tries to justified concern of many Jews about Kerry's position on Israel.
Clinton wows Florida Jews, says Kerry 'loyal friend of Israel'
Like Clinton would know. This is the man that hosted Arafat at the White House more than anyone ever did. This is the man that strong-armed Israel into surrendering Yesha and East-Jeruzalem to the Arabs who already own 78% of original Palestine.
"There is no doubt in my mind that the security of Israel will be safe with John Kerry as president," Clinton said.

"We can't pretend this is an election between one person who'll stand up for the state of Israel and one who won't," said Clinton.
No need to pretend. Kerry's desire to always have France, and the UN in general on board - no matter what the issue - is a guarantee that he can NEVER be the ally that Bush is today.

So. If I were an American, Clinton's word would be good enough for me - to vote the opposite side.

Bush - HIS words

In this FOXNews interview with President Bush, it is refreshing to hear him expound on the reasons for the war in Iraq.
I think Iraq is an essential front on the war on terror. We are fighting terrorists and Mr. Zarqawi, who had been in Afghanistan training with others to kill was routed out of Afghanistan by our troops and moved to Iraq. And he's in Iraq now. And he is confronting us. And I would rather defeat Mr. Zarqawi there than face him here and — as I say to people in these speeches, I say what do people think Mr. Zarqawi would be doing if we weren't in Iraq, do they think he would be kind of a peaceful small business owner? A shopkeeper? No. He would be plotting and planning and trying to hurt us.
Bush is not as eloquant as Kerry. One of the reasons for this is that Bush as actually thought through what he's saying, and they are his words, his point of view. It is what he feels and means. And he understands things better than most, certainly better than Kerry.
HANNITY: Is it possible — is it a reality that we could turn on our television sets one day — FOX News Channel I hope — and find out that America is — that a nuclear weapon has gone off here — that a biological agent has been released or a chemical agent — is that a reality?

BUSH: Yes it is. That's the biggest threat we face and we know that a terrorist organization like Al Qaeda wants to acquire a weapon of mass destruction of some kind or another to kill on a larger scale than they did. You see, it's very important, Sean, for the American people to understand that — when I talk about terrorists I'm talking about people who have embraced an ideology — I would call it an ideology of hatred but it is an ideology. It is a worldview based upon a — kind of a very narrow and negative view of a great religion — in other words they've hijacked their religion to justify their killing. These people have no conscience. You cannot negotiate with them.
Bottom line.

You cannot negotiate with them.

Al-Zarqawi threatens to kill Japanese hostage

The prime Muslim Psychopath Al-Zarqawi is at it again. Kidnapped a member of Japan's armed forces and is threatening to saw his head off (CNN calls it 'beheading').
A terrorist group led by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi said Tuesday it abducted a member of Japan's armed forces and threatened to behead him if the Japanese government does not withdraw its troops from Iraq within two days.

The video shows the hostage kneeling in front of three masked militants dressed in black. The one in the middle reads a statement from the group, while the other two brandish weapons.
The poor Japanese man has no chance - after all, apart from the ususal trespasses that warrant his death many times over, he is most likely an infidel of the worst kind, as well.

What is slowly becoming clear is this: Al-Zarqawi and his terror tactics are becoming just another part of the Western capitalist system. News to be reported on, sometimes occupying the frontpage for as long as ten minutes or more.
I'm afraid this maniac is destined to become a lot more frustrated before he becomes dead.

Tuesday, October 26, 2004


BBC NEWS: Arafat 'all clear' after surgery
Probably just needed to pass gas. Oh well. There's always tomorrow.

The news is not all bad

Peace with Jordan seems to be working out. Really. In this IMRA report, statistics are shown demonstrating the level of trade, cooperation and even tourism between the two countries. The most important gain for the Arabs is the increase in industry, and the employment and export gains that go with it.
One of the most prominent examples of the "fruits of peace" with Israel is the dramatic rise in Jordanian exports to the United States, which has become in recent years the Kingdom's No. 1 market (constituting about 30% of total Jordanian exports). This is a direct result of the Qualified Industrial Zones (QIZ) Agreement of 1996, which established industrial parks as part of the cooperation between Israel and Jordan and with the active support of the American government and Congress. The QIZ initiative enables Jordanian products with Israeli added value to be imported into the American market duty free. Another important benefit of QIZ is the employment provided by its factories to nearly 30 thousand people, most of them Jordanians. As a result of QIZ, Jordanian exports to the US increased from $13 million in 1999 to $660 million in 2003, and will approach $1 billion in 2004.
The Arabs could actually get RICH by NOT waging war against Israel. Peace with Israel (and the improvement in trading status that accompanies it) can accomplish what hundreds of billions of oil dollars could not. Employment, prosperity and a normal life for the Arabs.

Please read it all. It's good news for once.

Top Canadian Muslims explain anti-Semitic, anti-Israel remarks

This is beyond idiocy.
During a recorded lecture on October 22, Sheikh Younus Kathrada, the head of Dar al-Madinah Islamic Society in East Vancouver called the Jews "brothers of monkeys and swine."

But in a statement posted on the society's Web site Monday, Kathrada explained he meant only Israelis.

"Any name-calling has been aimed at those perpetrating crimes and acts of terrorism and showing aggression towards Muslims. We do not perceive the entire Jewish population as having these traits or qualities" the statement read.
How magnanimous of them. This is a group of Muslims in Canada who know they can get away with murder. Or at least the incitement to murder.
Last week, the president of the Canadian Islamic Congress, Mohammed Elmasry, justified, during a television talk show, the killing of any Israeli civilian over the age of 18.

Noting the existence of compulsory military service in Israel, Elmasry said: "They [Israeli adults] are part of the Israeli army, even if they have civilian clothes."
It's really a matter of saying something outrageous, then watching what will happen. If there's an outcry at all, take back about ten percent of the original insanity (which therefore really changes nothing), and see what happens then.
But after calls for his resignation were issued by Jewish groups as well as a Muslim group, Elmasry was quoted as saying he regretted that his comments had been misunderstood, and as a result, caused offense.
"Misunderstood". HE didn't say anything wrong. No, OTHERS misunderstood.

What part of "Every Israeli 18 years and older should be murdered" did we misunderstand?

Every dead Dutch soldier a victory

The Netherlands' largest newspaper De Telegraaf has an article on Dyab Abou Jahjah, leader of the Arab-European League. Jahjah is of Lebanese-Belgian descent, and has ties to Hezbollah, indeed is reported to have been a member for several years.
Dyab Abou Jahjah
The Arab-European League is a radical Islamist movement, its official goal the emancipation of the European Muslim. Almost all of its rhetoric is anti-Israel and/or anti-America. Jahjah is always looking for ways to get into the news, no matter how controversial his actions or statements need to be. This time he says:
"Every dead American, British or Dutch soldier I count as a victory."
Jahjah's organization also promotes 'dismantling' the state of Israel, and replacing it with a state where 'Arabs and Jews will have equal rights'... Seriously, that's what they want. Like anyone EVER had equal rights in a country ruled by Arabs. And if Israel would no longer be a Jewish state, what WOULD it be?
That's right. Arab country #23. With equal rights for all, of course. Just like in the other 22 Arab countries, or indeed the other 57 Muslim countries. With rights for Arabs/Muslims just that little bit more equal.

Monday, October 25, 2004

Doctors Rush to Treat Arafat

Arafat seems to have taken ill. Nothing new, I hear you say, after all, that trembling mouth and complete lack of cohesion clearly indicate advanced stages of dementia, or perhaps syphilis. But no, this is more of a physical thing.

I loved the comment below the article:
"I hope it's nothing trivial..."
Yes, let's hope it's not.

Update: It might be intestinal cancer. I agree, it's seventy years late in developing, but it's still promising...

Now HERE'S a reason to convert!

Muslim men use law loophole to get a harem of 'wives'
UP TO 4,000 British Muslim men have entered into polygamous marriages, some of them keeping as many as five wives, according to senior religious figures.

Many are avoiding the expense and obligations of divorce, but an estimated 2,000 or more are men who wish to exercise their “right”, according to traditional interpretations of the Koran, to have as many as four wives.

Such relationships, sealed in a Muslim ceremony conducted by an imam, are recognised by Islamic authorities as marriages in the eyes of God. They are, however, invalid under British law, which leaves many “wives” with no rights to their husband’s income, pension, benefits or share of the family home should the relationship break up.
Not only unfair, but CHEAP as well!
In extreme cases, women brought from abroad, notably from Bangladesh, to marry a British Muslim have been victims of so-called honour killings by their families after being sent home when the relationship has failed.
Nah. My wife would kill me AND the additional wives...

Where Europe is heading

I recently linked to this article in the JeruzalemPost, which among other things stated:
The first European country that will effectively become an Islamic state is the Netherlands. The numbers speak for themselves: In the four largest cities – Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague – Muslims already form a majority among those under the age of 14. Mohammed is now the most frequently registered first name for Dutch boys.

The Netherlands is not alone. The tide of immigrants to Europe from the Muslim world is driven by an acute demand in Europe and a plentiful supply in the Muslim Arab world. The conjunction of interests: Young people.

Once it was thought that exposure to liberty, democracy, affluence and modernism would generate ambition and opportunity, the twin elements that would quickly socialize Muslim immigrants to Western ways. Not necessarily so. While some have fully embraced Europe's culture and entered the mainstream of European life, a minority has fallen into the dangerous thrall of extremism.

"You would have thought that the pluralism and tumult of this open European world would spawn a version of the [Islamic] faith to match it," notes Fouad Ajami, a leading Arab scholar at Johns Hopkins University. "But precisely the opposite happened. In bilad al Kufr [the lands of unbelief], the faith became sharpened for battle."
Today, European countries are mostly schizophrenic in their response to the clamor by young Muslims to enter their countries. On one hand, they need the labor that the Muslim world can provide; on the other, they don't need the political and social fall-out that results from a pool of potentially hostile immigrant workers who refuse to integrate, let alone assimilate.
A long quote to get to the point, but relevant and necessary. The following article thru DhimmiWatch, which links to IslamOnline, where this piece goes into this year's Ramadan celebration in Paris, France. It demonstrates how pervasive the influence of Islam in the French capital has become, and how far local government goes to accommodate the believers.
Teeming with worshipers who come in droves to perform the Tarawih prayers during Ramadan, mosques in Paris carpet the surrounding area to help accommodate them. In the 18th district, worshipers line up the two pavements outside the Fatah Mosque during the prayers, with some Muslims volunteering to organize traffic moving between the two lines lighted by lampposts.

There are four other mosques in the area, inhabited by a sizeable number of Moroccan workers.

As Muslim worshipers prostrate and kneel down outside the crowded mosque, "stunned" French passers-by stand to watch.
Good thing those passers-by are not so used to this sight yet that they aren't "stunned" by it. But they had better become used to it. 'Cause Islam is on the rise.
According to a recent survey, France has 1,554 mosques, most of which are finding hard times to accommodate the growing number of worshipers.

The survey, published in a booklet called "the Guide of Prayer places in France", found that most of the existing mosques need expansion and new mosques are needed.

Other neighborhoods and suburbs populated by Arab majority in Paris are usually chockablock during Ramadan with an unmistakable Arab aura.

When hawkers and peddlers raise their voices, calling to attract the attention of customers to buy Moroccan, Tunisian and Algerian goods in this popular market place, you would think of it as a traditional market in North African Maghreb states. But it is the Bellville market in the heart of the French capital, Paris.
Think "Eurabia". Think "Is this really what I want for Europe?

Cox and Forkum - LMAO again

John Kerry is easy to make fun of. Grateful subject, too.

Read the
by-line also. It deals with Kerry's statements about how the war in Afghanistan was fought, and why HE would have done better, after all, this man FOUGHT in VIETNAM for FOUR MONTHS and TWELVE DAYS!

And while we're on the subject of churches...

Don Feder at FrontPageMag takes the opportunity of the US Presbyterians' blatant anti-Semitism to cast some light on the position of liberal Protestant churches in general. And the picture is not pretty. Commenting on Ronald Stone's fawning on Hezbollah, he writes sarcastically:
After all, Jews in Pakistan periodically shoot churchgoers. Jews in Sudan are waging genocidal warfare against Christian tribesmen. In Nigeria’s northern provinces, there’s a concerted effort to impose Jewish law on Christians.

In Saudi Arabia, Jews have banned Christian worship services, even in private homes. Jews in the Balkans are committing ethnic cleansing of Orthodox Christians, as well as demolishing their churches, monasteries and shrines. And all over the world, radical synagogues and Jewish day schools teach hatred of Christians and the religious imperative to wage holy war against them.

Oops, I forgot, it’s Muslims who are the perps in all of these cases. Still, Stone finds Jews difficult and Muslims easy. To a liberal Protestant, the persecution of Christians in the Third World is irrelevant – compared with the opportunity to declare his solidarity with so-called victims of Western imperialism.
He then makes the exact same point I did over here:
The PCUSA promptly disavowed Stone’s comments, which, it maintained, “do not reflect the official position of the Presbyterian Church.”

Stone’s obscene groveling to Islamo-fascists may not be his church’s “official position,” but certainly reflects its mind-set.
But Feder's not done. He takes a further look at how churches treat Israel:
On September 27th, the Institute on Religion and Democracy released an extensive report on human-rights criticism by mainline denominations. Of 197 such statements issued between 2000 and 2003 (by the Episcopal Church, United Methodist Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church and their umbrella groups – including the National Council of Churches) 37 percent of the condemnations were directed at Israel, while 31% targeted the United States.
Nearly 70% of all their condemnations were aimed at either Israel or the US - if that doesn't prove the level of insanity, I don't know what will.
The IRD study observed that China, North Korea and Saudi Arabia – among the worst human rights abusers in the world (in China, Christians are regularly imprisoned, and tortured) – “weren’t criticized even once.” I’m waiting for the Presbyterians to notice the Syrian occupation of Lebanon.

Outside of the Arab League and the Organization of the Islamic Conference, you’ll find less love for Israel among the mainline churches than anywhere on earth.
I think this is almost literally true. Read it all. There's a lot more where this came from.

US Presbyterian Church embarassed

In this post, a delegation from the US Presbyterian Church is shown to kiss Hezbollah ass. When the Church leadership discovers this, it calls the visit of the Advisory committee with Hezbollah member "misguided at best". The comments attributed to the Presbyterians are "reprehensible". An example of some of these statements:
“As an elder of our church, I’d like to say that according to my recent experience, relations and conversations with Islamic leaders are a lot easier than dealings and dialogue with Jewish leaders.”
They call the words reprehensible. They asked the committee to drop the visit.

A lot of nice words.

They subsequently proceed to demonstrate why the Advisory committee felt they could 'score' by visiting Hezbollah. Clearly, apart from
their divestment campaign, the Presbyterian Church has made its position clear vis-a-vis Israel and the Arabs:
Even when we identify and condemn the occupation as another key source of violence and lack of peace, we in no way condone the terrorism of groups such as Hezbollah, or of individuals or other actors in the region.
They cannot help themselves. There is ALWAYS a qualification. They 'identify' the 'occupation' as a 'key source of violence and lack of peace'.

This is what the Christian Church has been doing for close to two thousand years now. Blaming the Jews, condemning. But denying any culpability when their minions finally act on what they've been told for all those ages.

Read what seems to be
intended as an apology by the US Presbyterian Church.

It must be so nice for them to finally, after sixty years or so, have something to again beat the Jews over the head with.

Iran should worry you too

I've written at length about Iran before, and I'm not done yet. In fact, I won't be happy until their ability to make war (any type of war) is at a par with their state of mind, which is that of the stone age.

Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily goes into the connection between the Kerry's and Iran. Kerry's wife, Teresa, also has an opinion on the matter:
"There are about 50 countries in the world that have the capability to build nuclear weapons. Are we going to attack them all?"
First of all, I don't know if there's fifty, I seriously doubt it. But there are few (if ANY) countries with a declared purpose of wiping out Israel when they get their hands on a nuke.

Moral equivalence rears its ugly head again. Implicitly comparing who, the UK to Iran?

John Kerry also feels relations between the US and Iran have been damaged.
...Iran's official Mehr News Agency had received an e-mail from Kerry's campaign pitching the candidate as one who will "repair the damage done" to international relations by Bush.
I guess it's really just how you look at it. If you really don't think Iran and its insane religious fanatic rulers poses any type of a problem, then I guess Kerry is right. Deal with Iran the way you would with let say, New Zealand.

If you think the world is a better place if Iran remains a nuclear-free zone, then Kerry is the last man you want as US President.