Wednesday, November 30, 2005

There will be not Iraq withdrawal timetable, libtards

In the truly moving and energizing speech delivered today president G.W. Bush reiterated that ANY kind of withdrawal timetable will mean that Islamic terrorist tactics of suicide bombings and beheadings worked, in fact the president pledged more troops as necessary. Even though I am not an American citizen, I shed a patriotic tear listening to this great man. In your face filthy liberals, this is a kind of leader I wish Canada had. Bush had also honored the sacrifices made by U.S. army service men and women while commending progress made in training new Iraq army and police forces. This speech demonstrated his resolve and decisiveness of his leadership in the war against Islamic terror in which Iraq is one of the many battlefronts.
Meanwhile, in yet another drive against remnants of Ba'athist resistance and Al Queda terrorists, U.S. military launched another large scale operation in western Iraq, codenamed Iron Hammer. That comes a day after 4 "peace activists" were kidnapped by terrorists in Baghdad - I bet those idiots are saying to their kidnappers that they are on their side, too bad libturds, if these four scumbags are beheaded - that would be a true poetic justice; too bad they didn't get Sean Penn though ...


(Oh yeah, I like fake liberal president approval rating "polls", they are as reliable as exit polls for 2004 election - Dan Rather must be a really hard-working pollster)

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

January 23rd - D-Day in Canada

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Prime Minister Paul Martin launched an election campaign on Tuesday with a slim lead in the polls after his minority government was toppled in Parliament on Monday night over a corruption scandal. Martin informed Governor-General Michaelle Jean, representative of head of state Queen Elizabeth, that his Liberal government had lost the confidence of Parliament and emerged from her official residence to announce the election would be on January 23.

It is with great pleasure that I inform my American friends that not all Canadians are potsmoking, braindead, toothless, Judeo-Bolshevik liberal socialist hacks. The liberal lies, corruption, unholy alliance with Islamic terrorists, and vile anti-American hatred had even got to the Great White North. In fact I thank hate mongers and terrorist sympathizers like Michael Moore, George Soros, Dan Rather, Cindy Sheehan, Sean Penn and many others for helping in the downfall of last liberal bastion in North America - Canada.
But conservative Canadians will not stop there, there are many things we still have to do:

* throw out liberal scum from office on January 23rd January election, and end their reign
* crack down on homosexual agenda, Islamic terrorists, and illegal immigrants in our country
* wipe out liberal monopoly from the media, especially communist news network CBC, and stop anti-Americanism rhetoric
* reform criminal code, toughen it against juvenile offenders, repeated offenders, gun crimes, and gangs in the urban centers
* let the Quebec separatists go if they decide to, last thing we need is a bunch of belliegrent French in our backyard, and french subtitles on Coke cans
* fully co-operate on the missile defense program with the U.S.
* further improve business and economic ties with our neighbour
* quadruple military spending and expand our army substantially (liberals made it a joke, if Canada were invaded today, there is not enough soldiers to defend our capital)
* finally, do something we should of done 2 years ago, deploy our soldiers in Iraq to help our American allies in war against Islamic Terror, if Conservative Party wins our troop transport helicopters will be landing in Fallujah in 3 month

Plague of Liberalism is disappearing of the face of our planet...

Monday, November 28, 2005


Call it a mercy killing. For 17 months, the minority Liberal government of Paul Martin has occupied a rather shaky perch. On Monday, the opposition finally pushed it over the edge. The Conservative, N.D.P. and Bloc combined together late in the evening to finally pass their long awaited non-confidence motion. It sailed through by a vote of 171-133.It means Prime Minister Paul Martin must now go to the Governor General Michaelle Jean on Tuesday and officially dissolve Parliament, calling an election widely expected for either January 16th or January 23rd. The date hasn't even be selected yet, but already the tension in Ottawa is obvious, with all sides taking turns sniping at each other. The Tories, led by Stephen Harper, have already turned down a Liberal demand to apologize for linking the sponsorship scandal with organized crime. And most expect what’s to follow to be equally vicious and nasty. "The Liberal culture of entitlement has been 12 years in the making," N.D.P. Leader Jack Layton complains, referring to the findings of Justice John Gomery in the first report on the sponsorship scandal. "People deserve better than having their tax money end up in the pockets of well-connected Liberals."Believe it or not, the Grits are looking to turn the sponsorship scandal to their advantage.“We're cleaning it up and we're not happy about it either and we're going to be held account and for it, that's fine,” affirms Liberal MP Roy Cullen. There’s often only one or two big issues in any federal election campaign. Expect dozens of them this time. Health care, the environment, taxes and tax cuts, defence and of course ethics in government are just a few of the items voters will be asked to weigh in on. And while it will cost millions of dollars to stage this impromptu vote that few really seem to want over Christmas, most Canadians appear to agree we may well end up exactly where we started – with another minority government, ready to fall in another two years.

Sunday, November 27, 2005

In your face liberals

BERLIN - New German Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed to strengthen relations with the United States and smaller EU nations in rIn an interview with Focus magazine, Merkel also suggested the close links with Russia pursued by her predecessor Gerhard Schroeder, were a lower priority for the new government.emarks released Sunday, a day before her top diplomat heads for Washington. "There will certainly be an intensification of relations with the smaller member states of the European Union. And a more intensive trans-Atlantic relationship," Merkel was quoted as saying in the interview, which is to be published on Monday.

Saturday, November 26, 2005


KANDAHAR, Afghanistan - Four U.S. soldiers face disciplinary action for burning the bodies of two Taliban rebels, but they will not be charged with crimes because their actions were motivated by hygienic concerns, the military said Saturday. The military started its inquiry into the incident last month after TV footage showed U.S. soldiers using the cremation to taunt other Islamic militants — an act that sparked outrage in Afghanistan. Islam bans cremation, and the video images were compared here to photographs of U.S. troops abusing prisoners at
Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison.


Thursday, November 24, 2005

Breaking News: Liberal Government about to fall in Canada

The end looks near for Prime Minister Paul Martin’s minority Liberal government.The Opposition Conservatives introduced a non-confidence motion in the House of Commons Thursday that will in all likelihood come to a government-toppling vote on Monday.The motion would make Martin’s minority government the first in a century to fall on a simple motion of censure."The Liberal party has no desire to change, no intention to change, and no ability to change," Conservative Leader Stephen Harper told the Commons."After 17 months in office the record of this government -- or I should say in many instances its lack of record -- has become unacceptable to a large majority of members of the house representing on overwhelming majority of Canadian voters."

Limousine Liberals back to their usual hypocritical selves

Jolie and Pitt, who have been romantically linked, arrived in Pakistan on Thursday to meet quake survivors ... nice "free" publicity guys

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Words of Wisdom ***again***

50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, is no stranger to parental warnings. The hip-hop star's albums come tagged with "Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics" stickers, as much of his musical material contains sexual elements, references to illegal drugs, and straight up thuggin'. Nevertheless, the rapper has sold millions upon millions of records, and is currently one of the music industry's biggest stars.
It came to no one's surprise that 50 Cent: Bulletproof, published by VU Games, was rated M for Mature for Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, and Use of Drugs. The Entertainment Software Ratings Board believes that "Titles rated M have content that may be suitable for persons ages 17 and older."
Jackson thinks otherwise. Today, he told Reuters that his game is not only OK for kids, but it also could be used to teach them life lessons.
"Just because it is rated Mature doesn't mean you shouldn't buy it for your kids," the rapper, whose given name is Curtis Jackson, told Reuters in an interview Tuesday. "Play the game and explain to them what they are playing."

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Enemy Within

The federal jury rejected Ahmed Omar Abu Ali's claim that Saudi authorities whipped and tortured him to extract a false confession.
Abu Ali, a 24-year-old U.S. citizen born to a Jordanian father and raised in Falls Church, Va., could get life in prison on charges that included conspiracy to assassinate the president, conspiracy to hijack aircraft and providing support to Al Qaeda.

What was that Michael Moore said about terrorism?

Few sane people left on this planet

VATICAN CITY - The Vatican says homosexuals who are sexually active or support "gay culture" are unwelcome in the priesthood unless they have overcome their homosexual tendencies for at least three years, according to a church document posted on the Internet by an Italian Catholic news agency.

Whew, the plague of liberalism haven't affected everyone yet - my favorite liberal myths are peaceful muslims, global warming, and gay gene - what kind of drugs do you have to be doing to actually buy into any of this nonsense

Monday, November 21, 2005

Another liberal whining point

BAGHDAD, Iraq - U.S. soldiers fired on a civilian vehicle Monday because they feared it might hold a suicide bomber, killing at least two adults and a child northeast of the capital, American and Iraqi officials said. The troops fired on the car because it was moving erratically outside a U.S. base in Baqouba, 35 miles from Baghdad, said Maj. Steven Warren, a U.S. spokesman. "It was one of these regrettable, tragic incidents," Warren said. Dr. Ahmed Fouad at the city morgue and police officials gave a higher death toll, saying five people — including three children — were killed while driving home from a funeral.


Sunday, November 20, 2005

News Liberals Don't Want You to Know

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - A top U.S. Air Force general said Sunday that reports of civilian casualties in Iraq as a result of American military action were exaggerated. "I would tell you first off I don't believe most of it and I am very much aware that some of that has been staged," said Lt. Gen. Walter E. Buchanan III, Commander of the 9th U.S. Air Force and U.S. Central Command Air Forces.
Buchanan, speaking to The Associated Press on the sidelines on the annual Dubai Air Show, said the U.S. Air Force was doing everything necessary to minimize civilian casualties."We are very, very careful, and we use precision-guided munitions. We only drop the weapons we have to and they are always the smallest weapons possible," he said. There are no official figures on civilian casualties in Iraq. A U.S. military spokesman told the AP last month that as many as 30,000 Iraqis may have died during the war, which began with the U.S. invasion in March 2003.
"We control the collateral damage, and we have very strict rules of engagement to guide us through minimizing noncombatant injuries and death," Buchanan said.
The general said bombing operations near the Syrian border had intensified recently.
"That is true especially as you go out toward the Syrian border. There are many operations there to counter the insurgent activity and interdict those that are trying to use the Syrian border as an entry point into Iraq," he said.Buchanan said the United States had no evidence that Syria was involved in the infiltration of insurgents in Iraq.
"Our only concern with Syria is the number of terrorists infiltrating through porous borders with Iraq," he said. Buchanan also disputed reports that the U.S. military was using white phosphorous against civilians in Iraq. "It is purely used as a marking round, not as a weapon. It marks the target so it becomes very clear," he said. Pentagon officials acknowledged Tuesday that U.S. troops used white phosphorous as a weapon against insurgent strongholds during the battle of Fallujah in November 2004. At the same time, they denied an Italian television news report that the spontaneously flammable material had been used against civilians.
The British government said Wednesday its military uses white phosphorous in Iraq but only to lay smoke screens.Use of white phosphorous is not banned but is covered by Protocol III of the 1980 Convention on Conventional Weapons. The protocol prohibits use of the substance as an incendiary weapon against civilian populations and in air attacks against military forces in civilian areas. The United States is not a signatory to the convention. Britain is.

Another Day with IslamoFascists

A hooded Iraqi soldier secures the area where a British patrol, background right, was attacked by a roadside bomb in the southern city of Basra, Iraq, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2005. A British soldier was killed and four others were wounded in a roadside bomb attack in Basra, the Defense Ministry said

Cindy Sheehan is Enemy of America and Her Son

Cindy Sheehan poses for a magazine at her camp on the side of the road leading to President Bush's ranch near Crawford, Texas, in a file photo from Aug. 15, 2005. After spending scorching August days with hundreds of war protesters at her makeshift camp near President Bush's Crawford ranch, Sheehan slipped away each night to her tent or RV for a few quiet moments on her laptop; and now she is working on a book.

Not only have the rest of the family of that brave young warrior have stated that one of the reasons Casey left to defend our nation is to get away from this insane woman, who might be his biological mother - but that is it. Now she is on the forefront of the movement whose goals are to help Islamic terrorists to win Iraq campaign and assist enemies of America in the defamation of this great nation essentially nullifying what Casey fought and died for. And now that creature of a woman is coming out with a book, profiteering of the tragedy and helping the enemies of USA ... liberals are like ghouls feasting of the bodies of the dead ... I don't know how much more of this leftwing cowardice, treason, and abomination can true Americans take.

Saturday, November 19, 2005

Another Day with Religion of Peace

BAGHDAD, Iraq - A suicide bomber detonated his car in a crowd of Shiite mourners north of Baghdad on Saturday, killing at least 36 people and raising the death toll in two days of attacks against Shiites to more than 120. Five American soldiers died in roadside bombings. Earlier Saturday, a car bomb exploded in a crowd of shoppers at an outdoor market in a mostly Shiite neighborhood on the southeast edge of Baghdad, killing 13 people and wounding about 20 others, police reported. Witnesses said they saw a man park the car and walk away shortly before the blast.

Friday, November 18, 2005

New Taliban Spokesman in the House

he is only missing a bath towel on his head ... yes, Just a day after Rep. John Murtha , D-Pa., stoked a surging political fire over President Bush's Iraq policies by proposing that troops return home now, Republicans brought a measure to the House floor urging that a pullout begin immediately.


And they just don't stop

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Suicide bombers killed 74 worshippers at two Shiite mosques near the Iranian border Friday, while a pair of car bombs targeting a Baghdad hotel housing Western journalists killed eight Iraqis. The suicide attackers targeted the Sheik Murad mosque and the Khanaqin Grand Mosque in Khanaqin, 90 miles northeast of Baghdad, as dozens of people were attending Friday prayers ...

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Picture of the Day

Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005, by Indonesian police from material seized by them from a house in Semarang, Central Java province, shows three people believed to be wearing suicide vests and shouting slogans. The video was among several seized by police which also show Malaysian fugitive Noordin Mohamad Top who is allegedly a key leader of the al-Qaida-linked group Jemaah Islamiyah, which has been accused of orchestrating at least four deadly bombings targeting Westerners in Indonesia since 2002. In the video Noordin Mohamad Top, makes threats of attacks against the United States, Britain and Australia.

Another Day with Religion of Peace

Liberal Employment Practices = Commie Spies

A Chinese intelligence-gathering ring in Los Angeles provided Beijing's military with details of a new small U.S. unmanned aerial vehicle, along with some of the U.S. military's most advanced high-technology weapons data, according to Bush administration officials close to the case. Officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity said the purported spy ring headed by Chi Mak, an electrical engineer at a U.S. defense contractor, supplied China with details of the Dragon Eye drone. The Dragon Eye is a small remote-controlled aircraft that provides real-time video. It is small enough to be carried in a backpack and is currently in use by U.S. Marines and other military forces in Iraq. Additionally, documents obtained from Mr. Mak's home in Downey, Calif., show that China obtained valuable intelligence that will allow Beijing's military to attack U.S. warships electronically, the officials said...



Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Picture of the Day

"so Monica's head was right here, and then ..."

hehe,nah ... "Saddam is gone. It's a good thing, but I don't agree with what was done," Clinton told students at a forum at the American University of Dubai. "It was a big mistake. The American government made several errors ... one of which is how easy it would be to get rid of Saddam and how hard it would be to unite the country; well I think Clinton's presidency was a BIG mistake - because it allowed bin Laden & Co to prepare 9/11 and subsequent attack for eight years without interruption due Clinton's indecisiveness and abiding to John Kerry's concept of "Global Test" for ANY action against known terrorists - remember Somalia, Black Hawk Down? ... but, as I like to say, don't burden liberals with facts

Elsewhere, a top Interior Ministry official said Wednesday the 173 malnourished prisoners found by U.S. forces included all Iraqi sects, playing down allegations of a campaign by Shiite-led security forces to suppress Sunni Arabs ahead of next month's election. The Shiite-led government sought to dampen Sunni outrage over revelations Tuesday by Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari that the detainees, some showing signs of torture, were found last weekend by U.S. troops at an Interior Ministry lockup in the capital. Most were believed to be Sunni Arabs, the leading group in the insurgency - I wonder when we will hear condemnation of ongoing beheadings by Muslim terrorists - poor babies, their feelings were hurt, but I digress ...

meanwhile 6 more U.S. soldiers were killed today - 5 of these were killed and another 11 wounded during ambush near Syrian border in ongoing operation Steel Curtain against Syrian terrorists pouring through weakly secured western border of Iraq.

Why Do You Hate America Liberals?

WASHINGTON - The United States defended the use of white phosphorus munitions against insurgents in Iraq last year but denied civilians were targeted. The toxic agent was used during what a US army journal called "shake and bake" missions against insurgents in the battle for Fallujah last year. "It's part of our conventional weapons inventory. We use it like we use any other conventional weapon," said Bryan Whitman, a Pentagon spokesman.

So we incinerated few hundreds Islamic terrorist scumbags in Fallujah, giving them a direct pass to 72 virgins they crave so much; this is war ... a war that we didn't start, and Iraq battlefront in the war against terror became a magnet for these scumbags to come in droves and die over their perverted interpretation of Allah's will - that's how it is. There is no rules or mercy in this struggle, and sorry John Kerry fans - no sensitive war either, freedom isn't free. So shut your treasonous pieholes, lib sum; and to Cindy Sheehan I say - lady, I hope you feel ashamed defecating on your son's corpse with your vile, anti-American rhetoric. But I sincerely hope U.S. military DOESN'T use white phosphorus munitions in the future strikes against Islamic terrorist strongholds ... tactical nukes are far more efficient.

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Attention Liberals: white phosphorous NOT used against civilian in IRAQ

WASHINGTON - Pentagon officials acknowledged Tuesday that U.S. troops used white phosphorous as a weapon against insurgent strongholds during the battle of Fallujah last November. But they denied an Italian television news report that the spontaneously flammable material was used against civilians.Lt. Col. Barry Venable, a Pentagon spokesman, said that while white phosphorous is most frequently used to mark targets or obscure a position, it was used at times in Fallujah as an incendiary weapon again The spokesman referred reporters to an article in the March-April 2005 edition of the Army's Field Artillery magazine, an official publication, in which veterans of the Fallujah fight spelled out their use of white phosphorous and other weapons. The authors used the shorthand "WP" in referring to white phosphorous enemy combatants. "It was not used against civilians," Venable said.

So liberal scum lied again, all last week liberal pundits, air America radio hosts were swapping and probably masturbating to snuff pictures of burned down insurgent corpses from Iraq, glutting over them, and pinning death of "innocent" civilians on U.S. military, siding with "brave mujahadeen fighters" - well, as usual, liberals lies again ... how much more of cancerous liberalism can America take?
The good news is that president G.W. Bush despite all odds is showing strongest resolve in prevailing in the war against Isalmofascism on all battlefronts, and you filthy liberals can lie, scream, protest all you want, the world knows you for the liars and cowards every single one of you is.


Monday, November 14, 2005

Enemies of freedom strike again

KABUL, Afghanistan - Two separate suicide attackers rammed cars laden with explosives into vehicles belonging to NATO-led peacekeepers in the Afghan capital Monday, killing at least one German soldier and wounding 11 other people, officials said. Three people inside another vehicle were killed when peacekeepers fired at them as they drove at high speed toward the scene of the initial attacks, failing to obey shouts by police to stop, said a local police commander, Pashtun, who uses only one name.

You know, I don't know who I despise the most - Muslim suicide bombers who hate freedom and democracy or liberal terrorist apologist who struggle to make up reasons to justify the actions of these animals.

Sunday, November 13, 2005

R.I.P. Eddie Guerrero

Eddie Guerrero, also known as Eddy Guerrero, born Eduardo Gori Guerrero Llanes (October 9, 1967 – November 13, 2005) was a Hispanic professional wrestler. The most notable companies he worked for were World Wrestling Entertainment, World Championship Wrestling, New Japan Pro Wrestling and Extreme Championship Wrestling.
He came from a legendary wrestling family. His late father, Gory Guerrero, is considered one of the greatest wrestlers in Mexican history. His oldest brother, Chavo Guerrero, is a legendary junior heavyweight wrestler, feuding with Japanese legend Atsushi Onita. His brother Hector Guerrero is also somewhat well-known and brother Mando Guerrero wrestles as well. His nephew, Chavo Guerrero, Jr. wrestles in World Wrestling Entertainment. His uncle Enrique Llanes and cousin Javier Llanes are also popular wrestlers but their popularity is restricted to Mexico. He also had two sisters, Cuqui and Linda.
Eddie had an early wake up call at 7 a.m. that he did not answer. Chavo Guerrero, Jr., who he was traveling with, called the room and again got no answer. When knocks on his hotel room door went unanswered, security got the door open and Eddie was found dead in the bathroom. He was 38 years old.

Face of Muslim Madness

AMMAN, Jordan - Strapped with a disabled explosives belt, an Iraqi woman arrested Sunday confessed on television to trying to blow herself up with her husband in one of three suicide attacks earlier this week that killed 57 people.The 35-year-old woman — the sister of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's right-hand man who was killed by U.S. forces in Iraq — appeared on Jordanian state TV hours after she was captured by security forces who were tipped off by an al-Qaida claim that a husband-and-wife team participated in Wednesday's bombings.
Looking nervous and wringing her hands, Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi, 35, described how she failed to blow herself up during a wedding reception at the Radisson SAS hotel on Wednesday night after struggling with the cord on her explosives belt.
"My husband wore an (explosives-packed) belt and put one on me. He taught me how to use it," al-Rishawi said, wearing a white head scarf, a black gown and a disabled bomb belt tied around her waist.Deputy Prime Minister Marwan Muasher said the belt she wore in the broadcast was the same one she tried to use in the attack. "The vest was caught with her," he told CNN.
Her husband, Ali Hussein Ali al-Shamari, 35, was identified Sunday as one of three Iraqi men who carried out the bombings. The Grand Hyatt and Days Inn hotels also were bombed.
Muasher said the confession offered further proof that the attacks were the work of al-Qaida in Iraq, which has claimed responsibility. Muasher said the woman was wearing two vests, one packed with explosives and the other with ball bearings to inflict maximum damage. "This technique was used in all three of the attacks," he told CNN. He said authorities hoped the broadcast of the details provided in the broadcast confession would offer some solace to Jordanians shocked by the attacks and he promised the woman would get a fair trial.
Al-Qaida in Iraq, which is led by the Jordanian-born al-Zarqawi, said in its claim of responsibility that there were four bombers, including a woman. The group said the attacks were to strike at Jordan's support for the United States and other Western powers.
A top Jordanian security official, insisting on anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to the press, said she was arrested Sunday morning at a "safe house" in the same Amman district where her husband rented a furnished apartment recently.
He said Jordanian security was "tipped off" by al-Qaida's claim. "There were leads that more people had been involved, but it was not clear that it was a woman and we had no idea on her nationality," the official said. Al-Rishawi, who is from the volatile Anbar province town of Ramadi, west of Baghdad, said she entered Jordan from Iraq with her husband and two other men. She did not identify the two men, but Jordanian authorities have said the other two Iraqi bombers were Rawad Jassem Mohammed Abed and Safaa Mohammed Ali, both 23. "I was traveling with my husband who carried a forged passport under the name of Ali Hussein Ali and mine was Sajida Abdel Qader Latif," she said. "We waited and a white car arrived with a driver and a passenger. We rode with them and entered Jordan (from Iraq)," she said. Once in Amman, she said the four rented an apartment and her husband showed her how to use the bomb. "He said it was for the attack on hotels in Jordan. We rented a car and entered the hotel on Nov. 9. My husband and I went inside and he went to one corner and I went to another," she said. "There was a wedding at the hotel with children, women and men inside."

Saturday, November 12, 2005

Sin City DVD, The Servant - Cells Instrumental, Best Version

found this link on IMDB, best of all instrumentals of that tune I heard, I guess someone actually cleaned up the original, or Servant made their own

Pirates of 21st Century

Officials are searching for a "mother ship" believed to be used to launch high-speed boats for several recent pirate attacks off Somalia. Since November 5, when pirates tried to attack a 440-foot cruise liner, at least five other attacks have taken place, according to the Kenyan Seafarer's Association. Last week the crew of a cruise ship that was attacked by pirates off the coast of Somalia used a sonic sound weapon to help ward off the attackers, the Miami-based Seabourn company said.

Yo-ho-ho ... and a bottle of rum; none of these guys look like Johnny Depp though ... RRRRRRRRR!

Allah VS the Queen of England

Yes, AL-QAEDA has threatened the Queen by naming her as “one of the severest enemies of Islam” in a video message to justify the July bombings in London.
The warning has been passed by MI5 to the Queen’s protection team after it obtained the unexpurgated version of a video issued by Al-Qaeda after the 7/7 attacks. Parts of it were broadcast on Al-Jazeera, the Arabic satellite channel. In the video, Ayman al- Zawahiri, second-in-command to Osama Bin Laden, targets the Queen as ultimately responsible for Britain’s “crusader laws” and denounces her as an enemy of Muslims.

A senior Whitehall official said: “MI5 is aware that there are some pieces of that video that have not been aired. They are aware of the bit of al- Zawahiri talking about the Queen and they have notified the relevant authorities.” The Sunday Times has obtained the full 27-minute video, which is circulating on secure jihadist websites in the Middle East used to recruit and inflame prospective terrorists. In Britain it has been posted by Muhammad al-Massari, the London-based Saudi extremist, on his website Tajdeed.

It also contains inflammatory material from Mohammad Sidique Khan, ringleader of the London bombings which killed 52 commuters. He is urging Muslims to take part in jihad and seek martyrdom. Khan, 30, incites British Muslims to ignore the moderate Islamic leaders who want integration with British society. “Our so-called scholars of today,” he said, “are content with their Toyotas and semi- detached houses” in their desire for integration. The message is believed to be the first of its kind in which a British suicide bomber calls on fellow UK Muslims to follow his example. The attack by al-Zawahiri prompted intelligence officers to alert Buckingham Palace that the Queen had become a specific target of Al-Qaeda. Her security had already been upgraded after September 11, 2001.

In the video al-Zawahiri not only labels the Queen as one of Islam’s “severest enemies” but also sends a warning shot to British Islamic leaders who “work for the pleasure of Elizabeth, the head of the Church of England”. He said those who followed her were saying: “We are British citizens, subject to Britain’s crusader laws, and we are proud of our submission . . . to Elizabeth, head of the Church of England.” In a possible reference to the role of the Muslim Council of Britain, which had issued instructions to mosques to inform on potential terrorists, he criticised “those who issue fatwas, according to the school of thought of the head of the Church of England”.
In the previously unseen footage, Khan, from Dewsbury in West Yorkshire, said: “It is very clear, brothers and sisters, that the path of jihad and the desire for martyrdom is embedded in the holy prophet and his beloved companions.

“By preparing ourselves for this kind of work, we are guaranteeing ourselves for paradise and gaining the pleasure of Allah. “And by turning our back on this work, we are guaranteeing ourselves humiliation and the anger of Allah. Jihad is an obligation on every single one of us, men and women.” Khan’s message was condemned by Sir Iqbal Sacranie, the Muslim Council’s secretary-general, as a “perverse interpretation of Islam”. “The victims of Sidique Khan were innocent people . . . It’s clearly inciteful. It’s trying to incite people to commit murder,” he said.

Friday, November 11, 2005

Remember ... and Respect Men and Women of the Military

In Flanders Fields

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.
We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie,
In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.

Pat Robertson is a Satanist

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson warned residents of a rural Pennsylvania town Thursday that disaster may strike there because they "voted God out of your city" by ousting school board members who favored teaching intelligent design.


He threatened a city on behalf of GOD? As a Christian - Pat Robertson doesn't speak for me, neither of these thieving clowns - James Dobson, or even Pope; true followers of Christ don't need threats, go to mega-churches, wear jewelry, put your coffee change on the collection plate, or roll their eyes in the back of their head and waves their hands like lunatics. All true Christians have to do is accept Jesus in your soul, and abide by the good commandments of the bible - all other rituals are just ridiculous; and if you are rich, give it all away to the needy, and wonder the earth barefoot.
But coming back to psychotic Robertson - same guy who wanted to blow up U.S. State Department, called for assassination of foreign leader Hugo Chaves, and compared feminism to witchcraft; Robertson's god is definitely a degenerate just like him - I mean he is a comic relief to the most of us, but sometimes I do find thieves and psychopaths like him dangerous knowing what the cabal following him.

Thursday, November 10, 2005

Jordanian bombings - Israeli Mossad operation?

A number of Israelis staying yesterday at the Radisson SAS were evacuated before the bombing by Jordanian security forces, apparently due to a specific security alert. They were escorted back to Israel by security personnel. The Foreign Ministry stated yesterday that no Israeli tourists are known to have been injured in the blasts. Representatives of Israel's embassy in Amman were I contact with local authorities to examine any report of injured Israelis, but none were received. There are often a number of Israeli businessman and tourists in Amman, including in the hotels hit yesterday.

... and that's Israeli source, ha'aretz news agency - of course, as more people will pick up on this story, it will magically "disappear" from official sources or be "refuted", but it makes you think. Knowing the criminal capabilities of Israeli government and lawlessness of their secret agency Mossad, this pundit will not be surprised if this was yet another staged attack with real casualties, just like questionable circumstances around the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri; and in post 9/11 world there are obvious gains Israeli Zionists may acquire with these attacks

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Islamic savages strike again

AMMAN, Jordan - Suicide bombers attacked three hotels frequented by Westerners in the Jordanian capital Wednesday night, and at least 53 people were killed and over 200 wounded, police said. Maj. Bashir al-Da'aja said officials believe all three blasts were carried out by suicide bombers. The explosions indicated the involvement of al-Qaida, which has launched coordinated attacks on high-profile, Western targets in the past, a police official said.

I think now is a good time to start planning invasions of Iran and Syria, time to make a decisive and final move in the war against global Islamic terror; I hope bombing campaigns start this year. Oh, and every U.S. senator who voted against torture of muslim terror suspects have blood of these and numerous other future victims of terrorism on their hands.

Monday, November 07, 2005

Islamic terror cells busted in Australia, Canadian Muslim terrorist charged for murder at Gitmo

SYDNEY, Australia - Australian authorities arrested 16 terror suspects on Tuesday — including a prominent radical Muslim cleric sympathetic to Osama bin Laden and said they had foiled a major terror attack on the country by men committed to "violent jihad." The Australian Federal Police said seven men were arrested in Sydney and nine in Melbourne in coordinated raids that also netted evidence including weapons and apparent bomb-making materials. A prosecutor said the cleric, Abdul Nacer Benbrika — also known as Abu Bakr — was the ringleader. "I was satisfied that this state was under an imminent threat of potentially a catastrophic terrorist act," said New South Wales Police Minister Carl Scully. Police commissioner Graeme Morgan said one of the men arrested was shot and wounded by police in the raids, which followed a 16-month investigation.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Five foreign terrorism suspects at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have been charged with war crimes and will face military trials, bringing to nine the number charged at Guantanamo to date, the Pentagon announced on Monday. Two of the five "enemy combatants" facing charges are from Saudi Arabia, the Pentagon said. The other three are from Algeria, Ethiopia and Canada. Nearly 500 detainees are being held at the Navy prison in Cuba. The charges were announced just hours after the Supreme Court said it would decide whether President George W. Bush has the power to create military tribunals to put Guantanamo prisoners on trial for war crimes, an important test of the administration's policy in the war on terrorism. The five suspects face charges ranging from murder to attacking civilians, the Pentagon said. The Canadian, a teenager, is accused of killing a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan. Khadr, a Canadian who recently turned 19 years old, was just 15 when he was sent to Guantanamo and is accused of killing a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan and with attempted murder.Khadr is the son of suspected al Qaeda financier Ahmed Said Khadr, who was born in Egypt and jailed in Pakistan in 1996 for alleged involvement in an Egyptian Embassy bombing before being freed at the request of Jean Chretien, Canadian prime minister at the time. The elder Khadr was killed in a 2003 shootout with Pakistani security forces at an al Qaeda compound.

So Liberals, let's hear that line by Michael Moore about terrorism not being real again ...

Picture of the Day

PARIS (AP) - Rioters in the southern city of Toulouse set fire to an empty bus Monday evening, then pelted police with firebombs and rocks, an official said. A 61-year-old man died of wounds sustained in the spreading violence, the first fatality in 12 days of civil unrest that has shocked the country. The rioters stopped the bus and ordered the driver to get out, then set the vehicle afire, said Francis Soutric, chief of staff at the regional prefecture in Toulouse. No passengers were inside. Clashes broke out when riot police arrived on the scene and officers responded with tear gas, he said. The new violence came after rioting by French youths spread to 300 towns. As urban unrest was reported in neighboring Belgium and Germany, the French government faced growing criticism for its inability to stop the violence, despite massive police deployment and continued calls for calm. One riot-hit town in suburban Paris said it was preparing to enforce a curfew.

All I can say to that is - WHAT ARE FRENCH WAITING FOR?, fall of Bastile Part 2? Islamic revolution? Now, we all know French like to wave white flags and hide behind their poodles - but now, as the entire world is in the war against Islamic extremism - is just not the time for that; btw, liberals, France IS NOT in Afghanistan OR Iraq ... So what should be done? SIMPLE New Orleans riots only lasted 2 days, because governor of Louisiana had given "shoot to kill" orders against all looters and rioters to all police and military in the area - and after about half a dozen of them were killed, the rest suddenly lost their "appetite for destruction" - I think France need to show some resolve FOR ONCE, and put an end to this promptly.

Recording Industry Nazis Closing in on the Internet

Grokster Ltd., a leading developer of Internet file-sharing software popular for stealing songs and movies online, agreed Monday to shut down operations to settle a landmark piracy case filed by Hollywood and the music industry, The Associated Press has learned.
The surprise settlement permanently bans Grokster from participating directly or indirectly in the theft of copyrighted files and requires the company to stop giving away its software, according to people familiar with the agreement. They spoke on condition of anonymity because settlement details were to be disclosed to a federal judge later in the day in Los Angeles.
Grokster's Web site was changed to display a message that its file- sharing service was illegal and no longer available. "There are legal services for downloading music and movies," the message said. "This service is not one of them."

Sunday, November 06, 2005

Is this the beginning of Jihad in Europe?

Arsonists torched 1,300 cars and police arrested 300 people across France as the urban violence which has rocked the country for 10 nights reached a new peak.
Police deployed helicopters and stepped up their arrests of youths responsible for the street violence, as troubles flared for the 10th consecutive night in suburbs around Paris on Saturday and spread to other French cities.
Copycat arson attacks hit the outskirts of Toulouse, Bordeaux, Montpellier and Pau in the south, Rennes and Nantes in the west, Lille in the north and Mulhouse and Colmar in the east.
The disorder also spilled into central Paris itself, where a petrol bomb set alight four cars near a major square, Place de la Republique, while half a dozen vehicles went up in smoke in the northwest 17th arrondissement, or district.
Despite calls for calm Saturday, 1,295 cars were torched overnight compared with 897 the previous night, while arrests totalled 312 up from 253.
Seven police helicopters fitted with powerful lights and cameras flew over Paris and some of the other cities in an effort to pursue and identify the youths, who have taken to setting fires then racing away, often on scooters.
Riot squads also broke down doors in a public housing estate in the western Paris suburb of Les Mureaux to arrest youths who had thrown objects, such as supermarket trollies, on them and on a nearby busy road.
Some 2,300 more police than normal were on the streets while additional firefighters were sent to the Paris region.
Most night bus services north and east of the capital were suspended overnight Saturday as a precautionary measure against ambushes which have seen at least two buses set fire to and destroyed.
Two people were slightly injured and 100 evacuated when an immigrants' hostel went up in flames at Athis-Mons west of Paris. Several other properties suffered fire damage elsewhere, including a McDonald's, two schools and a gym outside the capital.
In the western suburb of Evreux, four policemen were injured in clashes with a hundred youths, some armed with baseball bats, while dozens of cars and three shops were set ablaze and Molotov cocktails were thrown at a school, according to police and fire crews.
Violence also spread to the central Loire region, with fires started in Orleans, Montargis and Blois.
In the outskirts of Bordeaux, 25 cars were torched and nine people arrested as disorder spread to nearby towns.
Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy, who visited a police command headquarters at Evry in southern Paris overnight, has said that the gangs responsible for the violence have become increasingly organised. They have been seen using mobile telephones to relay police movements and Internet blogs to urge unrest elsewhere.
Teenagers arrested in nearby Courcouronnes -- where police found a stockpile of crowbars, petrol bombs and iron bars -- were sheepish when approached by the minister, who has come under fire for his handling of the crisis.
"You're not very happy that your dad is coming to get you, are you?" Sarkozy asked one boy who shook his head but said his father knew he had been out.
Just before the riots erupted, Sarkozy had described delinquents in the suburbs "rabble" and vowed to clean up crime in the neighbourhoods "with a power-hose" -- comments that have angered people living in those areas.
Around 800 people have been arrested since the riots began, some of them minors. In all, more than 2,700 automobiles have gone up in flames.
"We have the government totally mobilised," a junior social affairs minister, Catherine Vautrin, told LCI television.
She added that President Jacques Chirac was coordinating with Sarkozy and her boss, Employment Minister Jean-Louis Borloo.
But the leader of the opposition Socialists, Francois Hollande, told Le Journal du Dimanche newspaper that "it's the whole of the government's policies and the president of the republic that are responsible" for the conflagration.
He said that Sarkozy, who hopes to become president in 2007 elections, "carries a large part of the responsibility" for his hardline law-and-order rhetoric.
The violence was sparked on October 27 when two teenagers, one of African and the other of Arab origin, were electrocuted while hiding in an electrical sub-station after fleeing a police identity check.
So far no one has been killed in the ensuing unrest, although at least two people have been badly burnt by Molotov cocktails: a fireman, and a handicapped woman unable to get off an ambushed bus. A 61-year-old was also in a coma after being hit by an assailant in a public housing estate.

Saturday, November 05, 2005

God Speed and God Bless

BAGHDAD, Iraq - American and Iraqi forces launched a major offensive Saturday near the porous Syrian border aimed at destroying al-Qaida in Iraq's ability to smuggle foreign fighters, money and equipment through the region.
The U.S. military also announced that two soldiers were killed by insurgents in other areas of Iraq on Friday.
The offensive in the town of Husaybah of about 2,500 U.S. forces and 1,000 Iraqis — including local forces acting as scouts — will remove insurgents from the western province of Anbar ahead of Iraq's parliamentary election on Dec. 15, the U.S. military said.
In nearby Qaim, a witness said the offensive in Husaybah began about dawn with four loud explosions, apparently caused by U.S. warplanes or helicopters. The witness said telephone service to the town was cut. He spoke on condition of anonymity out of concern for his safety.
Husaybah is a poor Sunni Arab town of about 30,000 people. It is located near the Euphrates River and surrounded by bleak hills and desert terrain. Most residents live in small brick and concrete homes, and many may have fled during another U.S. offensive in the area last month.
The military statement said al-Qaida in Iraq, the country's most feared insurgent group, has used the Husaybah region for its smuggling operations. The military also said that insurgents continue to threaten residents of Husaybah who work with U.S. or Iraqi forces.
The offensive is part of a larger ongoing U.S. military operation designed to deny al-Qaida in Iraq the ability to operate in the Euphrates River valley, which stretches through Anbar province, and to establish a joint permanent security presence along the Syrian border.
"Operation Steel Curtain marks the first large-scale employment of multiple battalion-sized units of Iraqi army forces in combined operations with coalition forces in the last year," the military said.
The Dec. 15 election and the training of new Iraqi forces are aimed at one day allowing U.S. forces to begin withdrawing from Iraq.
Most Sunnis boycotted the Jan. 30 election of Iraq's current interim parliament, but many members of the minority voted in the Oct. 15 referendum that adopted the country's new constitution. Many Sunnis also plan to vote in the Dec. 15 ballot in an effort to increase the low number of seats they control in the National Assembly.
The offensive in Husaybah, near the border town of Qaim and is about 200 miles west of Baghdad, came as Iraqis were celebrating the Eid al-Fitr holiday marking the end of fasting during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Elsewhere, a U.S. Army soldier working with Task Force Baghdad was killed by small-arms fire south of the capital on Friday, the military said. Another soldier died the same day when the vehicle in his patrol was hit by a mine near Habaniyah, 50 miles west of Baghdad, the U.S. command said.
The deaths raised to at least 2,044 the number of members of the U.S. military who have died since the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.
Combat operations by Task Force Baghdad soldiers also found and destroyed stockpiles of weapons and munitions from insurgents in and around the capital on Thursday and Friday, including rockets, homemade bombs, mortars, rocket-propelled grenade launchers, grenades and ammunition, the U.S. command said.
Lately, the deadliest weapon that Sunni-led insurgents have been using against U.S. forces has been increasingly powerful and technologically sophisticated roadside bombs.
Al-Qaida in Iraq, led by the Jordanian Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, warned this week that foreign diplomats should leave Iraq or face attacks.
The militant group also said it will kill two kidnapped Moroccan Embassy employees who disappeared Oct. 20 while driving to Baghdad from Jordan.
The authenticity of the two al-Qaida in Iraq statements, both of which appeared on Islamic Web sites, could not be independently confirmed.
On Saturday, Arabic language Al-Arabiya TV showed interviews with the families of the two Moroccans, begging for their release.
"I plead with my brothers, the Muslim mujahedeen in the name of the Islamic law and in the name of justice, because Abdelkrim is a religious man," said Leqaa Abbas, wife of the embassy staff member Abdelkrim el-Mouhafidi.
Also Saturday, suspected insurgents shot and killed a Palestinian working as a security guard in Beiji, 155 miles north of Baghdad, police said.
On Friday, at least 13 Iraqis were killed in insurgent attacks in central Iraq.
The deadliest one was carried out by militants disguised as women who attacked a police checkpoint in the town of Buhriz, 35 miles north of Baghdad, with rifles and rocket-propelled grenades, killing six police officers and wounding 10, a police official said Saturday. He spoke on condition of anonymity to protect his own security.

Friday, November 04, 2005

This is your brain, and This is your brain on Liberalism

Yes, Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona gestures after putting on a t-shirt that reads 'Stop Bush' during a news conference at a Buenos Aires train station, November 3, 2005. Maradona and other activists will travel by train to Mar del Plata, 400 km (250 miles) south of Buenos Aires, to participate in the Third People's Summit, the alternative to the Summit of the Americas.

And I used to admire the guy, what a shame, I guess he got hit in the head with the soccer ball one too many times ...

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Liberal Insanity

Anti-Bush protesters deface monuments in Brazil's capital Thu Nov 03 2005 14:37:36 ET

Protesters defaced public monuments Thursday with slogans calling U.S. President George Bush a "killer" just days before his scheduled visit to the Brazilian capital.Graffiti proclaiming "Get out, killer Bush" and "Yankees go home" was spraypainted on the Indian Museum and the JK Memorial, a monument to former President Juscelino Kubitschek who built Brasilia in the 1950s, the government news service Agencia Brasil said.Officials barred photographers from taking pictures of the protests and quickly washed off the phrases. Bush left Washington on Thursday for Argentina to attend the Summit of the Americas, where leaders of 34 nations in the Western Hemisphere will meet to discuss trade, labor, democracy, poverty and other issues.

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Post-Halloween Scare


Don't be so scared kids, this is still undead and loving it Jimmy Carter who said the Bush Administration's prewar claims that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction were "manipulated, at least" to mislead the American people the decision to go to war was the culmination of a long-term plan to attack Iraq that resulted from the first President Bush not taking out Saddam, Carter said on NBC's "Today" show.
Carter also said he supports the move by Senate Democrats to force an update on the investigation into prewar intelligence on Iraq, and says Republicans have been dragging their feet on the investigation.
Democrats Tuesday used a rarely invoked Senate rule to force a secret session as a way to dramatize their assertions that the Bush administration misused intelligence in the run-up to the war in Iraq. A bipartisan committee has been appointed to review the investigation.


More News Liberals Don't Want You to Know

Sgt. Leigh Ann Hester, of the 617th Military Police Company of Richmond, Ky., stands for the National Anthem Monday, Oct. 31, 2005, during a welcome home ceremony for the unit at the Air National Guard Base in Louisville, Ky. The 23-year-old sergeant became the first female soldier to receive the Silver Star - the nation's third-highest medal for valor since World War II. Hester received the medal for her actions is assisting a convoy that was ambushed on March 20 in Iraq.

Hell will freeze over until the left will show some respect or at least consideration for their own military; meanwhile yours truly and most patritotic Americans commend this courageous young lady - for she got more cohones than any liberal male

Picture of the Day

Iraqi soldiers march during a graduation ceremony for the Iraqi armed forces at the military training base near the town of Kirkush in Iraq ... something liberals don't want to be happening, they prefer chaos and destruction you see

I realized that Yahoo liberals remind me of lemmings

they want anyone whose opinion differs from theirs to shut up, or get kicked off; I thought you libbies were people open to other people's opinions - ironically you are the one’s who are going to petty personal attacks and threats when other people disagree with you - that just proves how narrow-minded, and biased you are. You feel that you are somehow intellectually superior, and ultimately correct, while others are wrong - Its "elitist" people like you and your idol Michael Moore, why I feel compelled to the right. Welcome to America, where everyone is entitled to express their opinion, even if you are a delusional liberal lemming