Today, we’re going to send you AWAY from our blog…

by 1389 on September 15, 2007

in 1389 Message Blog, blog censorship, blogging, climate and weather, energy, food and drink, humor, Israel, KLA/UCK, leftist-jihadist convergence, PSA, terrorism, travel

…To visit these other sites!

Booklet: What everyone should know ABOUT BLOG DEPRESSION

Antijihadist 24×7: We need a break, but we never get to take one.

Are you a blogger? Do you suffer from blogger burnout?

Hungry for inspiration?

Just plain hungry?

  • The Fresh Loaf is a huge website all about bread and baking. Yum! They have a news aggregator, bread baking lessons, all sorts of things. Their email address is at the very bottom of their webpage.
  • Hmmm…that gives me an idea. Since The Fresh Loaf is a news aggregator, would any of you readers like to write to The Fresh Loaf and tell them about the problems with SonicWALL censorware on the Panera Bread WiFi?

Into geography? The Northwest Passage may exist after all.

  • The explorers of old searched for centuries to find the fabled Northwest Passage from Europe to Asia by water. They never found it, because no such passage existed at that time. But that’s about to change.

    What we call “global warming” is part of a natural cycle, and it isn’t all bad. This article, Northwest Passage Ice Shrinks to New Low, explains that melting of the Arctic ice pack will soon allow ships to make the passage during the summer. It will also open up a potentially oil-rich region for exploration.

    When that happens, be prepared for a showdown here in the US. You can expect that left-wing environmentalists will render aid and comfort to the jihadists by doing all they can to stop any exploration for oil that could lessen our dependence on sources in the Middle East.

Still keeping up on the counterterrorist beat…

Need something to write about for your own blog?

  • 1389 Message Blog is 1389’s other blog. It’s a place where 1389 puts links to interesting articles and news stories, both for future reference and for everyone’s use. Raid those links to your heart’s content!

Freedom of speech in the blogosphere

  • If you are uncomfortable with the use of the word evil, be advised that there is a difference between good and evil. The attack on September 11, 2001, was, and is, evil. It is not “hate speech” to label evildoers and evil deeds for what they are.

    Society can survive only as long as enough people know good from evil and protect that which is good. We are not motivated by hatred, but by love for the Lord and for all His creation, especially our family, home, neighbors, friends, and country. Refusing to recognize evil when you encounter it will only leave you defenseless against it.

  • Why do we have to explain such a simple thing? By choosing to go up against jihadists, we have made some enemies, exactly as we expected would happen. Our adversaries are trying to shut down access to this blog, and other antijihadist/counterterrorist blogs, by falsely reporting it to content-filtering or “censorware” vendors as containing “hate/racism/violence”. This sharply reduces the number of places from which our audience can access our sites.

    But if you look at 1389 Blog, you will find that there is no hate speech on this blog. No trash talk. No incitement to violence. No mention of anything pertaining to racial issues. No ad hominem attacks. No bloody pictures. Comments are moderated, and we don’t even allow swear words.

    Any site that does not go along with the prevailing left-wing “political correctness” – especially sites that expose jihadist acivities – is at risk for the same type of de facto censorship. Follow this category link to keep track of our efforts to preserve freedom of speech in the blogosphere.


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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Norski September 16, 2007 at 6:23 pm

Thanks for the collection. This is a refreshing change of pace – no implied complaint over previous posts!

Now, to see about that comparison of Blogging and trans fats.

2 Foehammer October 17, 2007 at 10:49 am

Blogger Burnout comes when a blogger gives to the readership more than is received. It’s difficult to find a happy balance but it happens all the time or there would be few successful blogs.

3 1389 October 17, 2007 at 12:53 pm

Wow, is that ever the truth!

Foehammer, you are one of the people whose support has made it possible to continue with this blog and make it grow. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you!

4 Gramfan November 5, 2007 at 6:49 am

1389
you are a legend:)))

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