Monday, March 26, 2007


Via Instapundit, we learn of this bicentennial:

On March 25, 1807, two hundred years ago today, Parliament passed An Act for the Abolition of the Slave Trade.

Today, this cat informs us:

Knife-wielding smugglers forced 450 Somalis and Ethiopians overboard into stormy seas along a remote stretch of Yemen coastline at Ras-Alkalb in the Gulf of Aden last Thursday, the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees said in a statement.

No Amistad docks tonight.

Call them what you will: reavers, slavers or re-primitivized man.

Call us what you must: anglos, westerners, or my preferred, freeman.

It's our burden against their depravity.

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