Helping the Haters

Now I must take the other side of the argument for a moment.


Pakistan has not exactly been a friend of the US or of the world. Ever.

Pakistan has been pretty much focused on building nukes to use on India. That’s what they use their resources to do. So it’s no huge surprise that they don’t have a lot of resources for their current crisis. It’s also no surprise that world response to the crisis has been a tad…. understated.

I’m not saying we shouldn’t help people in crisis just because they’re war-mongering, isolationist heathens. I’m just saying it shouldn’t be a huge surprise to anyone.

The US did not exactly see a huge world response to Katrina, either. It’s not for exactly the same reasons, as clearly we’re not isolationists here. However, I have a feeling that the world’s low opinion of our middle east involvement slowed some of the checkbooks from being taken out.

In a perfect world, a country like Pakistan or Libya would be left to their own devices. Not because we’re heartless, but because they HATE our GUTS. Why do we insist on “helping” people that hate us? Speaking of do-gooders. Good idea… let’s give them a bunch of help and money so they can rebuild and then start making nukes to use on their neighbors and on us.

What’s with us helping Saudi Arabia? Speaking of people that hate our infidel guts… Our infidel soldiers are walking around their holy cities. The only reason they haven’t killed us directly (I say that because they use their Saudi terrorists to knock down our buildings) is that we pay the light bill for them.

I’m tired of us using our hard earned resources to help people that hate us. It’s ridiculous, and it’s going to end up backfiring. Just wait until China gets a good excuse to nuke us.

That’ll change our foreign policy.


  13 comments for “Helping the Haters

  1. October 11, 2005 at 10:14 am

    The US could stand to be a little more isolationist if you ask me. We had better the hell NOT send one dime in aid to Pakistan; we have too many Americans here who need our help more.

  2. Rik
    October 11, 2005 at 10:29 am

    Damn straight. I say we pull all our contracts with OPEC and send them to S. America. There is a LOT of oil down there, and those countries could really benefit from some oil $. Plus our prices would go down (in the long run), and we could be hemispheric isolationists.

  3. October 11, 2005 at 11:13 am


  4. MyraMains
    October 11, 2005 at 11:52 am

    Amen, my brothah. Disaster aid aside, the US consistently does it’s best to improve conditions and make comfortable those who’s prayer time is spent fervently begging for our quick and complete annihilation. We bail out turds who, at the least, talk negatively about us, and at the worst, send their children in to blow us up in return. Political correctness is STUPID…and deadly.

  5. October 11, 2005 at 12:17 pm

    What’s going on in Pakistan? [head tilt]

  6. October 11, 2005 at 12:42 pm

    I still say lets give ourselves back to the Queen and let her sort it all out!

  7. October 11, 2005 at 1:42 pm

    42,000 dead in an earthquake…

  8. October 11, 2005 at 4:04 pm

    Now if I say that we should all plant trees, help the children…THE CHILDREN and sing songs, do I get listed as a Commie Liberal on the list over there on the right?

  9. October 11, 2005 at 4:16 pm

    No, you get listed as a do-gooder, with all of the implications that carries.

  10. October 11, 2005 at 4:21 pm

    They get 50 million dollars plus whatever equipment we send….. I’m all for rescuing folks trapped but damn, 50 million dollars could build Pakistan a new damn country. Screw Pakistan….

  11. October 11, 2005 at 4:26 pm

    “Why do we insist on ‘helping’ people that hate us?”- C’mon man, that’s a basic Christian tenet.

  12. October 11, 2005 at 4:37 pm

    Hypocrisy is also a basic Christian tenet. But you don’t see me typing that here.

  13. October 11, 2005 at 7:04 pm

    I think we’re supposed to turn the other cheek, Klugarsh, but I don’t think the Bible ever condones funding our own demise.

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