Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Flemish Now

For those of you who may not be familiar with it, Gates of Vienna is a most excellent blog. The bloggers there, Baron and Dymphna, do their research, they think things through, and they post stuff that makes sense. Understandably and deservedly, they are very popular, and so tipsters make an effort to keep them informed; Baron and Dymphna make good use of the information they receive, and the result is a dynamic quality blog, a true hub of information for the counterjihad. I don't get over there as often as I should, but please, do as I say, don't do as I do, and read Gates of Vienna often.

I'm not going to waste a great deal of your time with this post. Please check out Gates of Vienna's recent posts on the situation with the demonstration in Brussels. Perhaps start with This One Takes the Prize to understand the title of my post.

I will have more to say on this topic -- later.

For now, thanks to Baron and Dymphna for their excellent work. Now, please, go read Gates of Vienna.


Flanders Fields said...

Hi Yankee Doodle! I came here to give you another link on your Mahfouz research.

I went over to GOV and left a comment at the post as to what I saw at the demo. We in America will get to that point, too, and in many ways are there already. People need to exercise their rights. Without exercise they wither and will be killed off by the socialists.

Glad to see you doing good, Yankee. Keep it going strong.

Yankee Doodle said...

Thanks, FF!

Your comment about exercising rights is "right" on the mark. ;)

I'm working on a related series of posts entitled "Patriot Games" that will address that and much more....

Cheers! :)

Aurora said...

FF said, we in America will get to that point, too, and in many ways are there already.
How right that is!
Yankee, GOV is a great blog and so is their sister blog, Brussels Journal. I've been digging into that Frank Vanhecke, the leader of the Flemish political party. He was the guy that the police descended on like a pack of hornets. There's a guy with promise.