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Saturday, December 29, 2007

Next step, the revival of the stake & torture chambers

Pope announces War on Satan

Former Hitlerjunge's member, Nazi Germany soldier, and grand protector of the congregation of catholic pedophiles, Pope Benedict (former Cardinal Ratzinger) is embarking on yet another astonishing mass exercise of socio-psychological pathology. Maybe there is a god after all....., how can one expects such monumental pile of walking excrements to live that long.

Pope's exorcist squads will wage war on Satan

By Nick Pisa

The Pope has ordered his bishops to set up exorcism squads to tackle the rise of Satanism. Vatican chiefs are concerned at what they see as an increased interest in the occult. They have introduced courses for priests to combat what they call the most extreme form of "Godlessness." Each bishop is to be told to have in his diocese a number of priests trained to fight demonic possession. The initiative was revealed by 82-year-old Father Gabriele Amorth, the Vatican "exorcistinchief," to the online Catholic news service Petrus. "Thanks be to God, we have a Pope who has decided to fight the Devil head-on," he said. "Too many bishops are not taking this seriously and are not delegating their priests in the fight against the Devil. You have to hunt high and low for a properly trained exorcist. "Thankfully, Benedict XVI believes in the existence and danger of evil - going back to the time he was in charge of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith." The CDF is the oldest Vatican department and was headed by Benedict from 1982, when he was Cardinal Ratzinger, until he became Pope in 2005. Father Amorth said that during his time at the department Benedict had not lost the chance to warn humanity of the risk from the Devil. He said the Pope wants to restore a prayer seen as protection against evil that was traditionally recited at the end of Catholic Masses. The prayer, to St Michael the Archangel, was dropped in the 1960s by Pope John XXIII. "The prayer is useful not only for priests but also for lay people in helping to fight demons," he said. Father Paolo Scarafoni, who lectures on the Vatican's exorcism course, said interest in Satanism and the occult has grown as people lost faith with the church. He added: "People suffer and think that turning to the Devil can help solve their problems. We are being bombarded by requests for exorcisms." The Vatican is particularly concerned that young people are being exposed to the influence of Satanic sects through rock music and the Internet. In theory, under the Catholic Church's Canon Law 1172, all priests can perform exorcisms. But in reality only a select few are assigned the task. Under the law, practitioners must have "piety, knowledge, prudence, and integrity of life." The rite of exorcism involves a series of gestures and prayers to invoke the power of God and stop the "demon" influencing its victim.

Friday, December 28, 2007

The excremental nature of certain Harvard Law school professor

Alan Dershowitz who by himself confirms that concocting a fraud is still a great American academic tradition

Harvard academic fungus Alan Dershowitz, the vile, worthless, spineless Lying little worm, who's life is a monument to forgery, fraud and deception, is finally being exposed for what he really is. A monument to intellectual depravity, and the moral equivalent of a septic-tank leech. Norman has published some of the radical contemptuous right-wing quack's correspondences. The obnoxious & sinister personal vendetta of Alan Dershowitz towards Norman Finkelstein, is now a matter of record.

Smoking Guns

Thursday, December 27, 2007

The entertaining side of war criminal

No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American people

The most inappropriate Bush war smirk of 2007.
By Bob Cesca.

Given 2008's inevitably ramped-up analysis of the Bush Legacy by the very serious traditional media, there's one aspect of the president which, staggeringly though not surprisingly, won't be covered. In fact, it's never been covered to my knowledge. The traditional media has never really challenged the president on his grotesquely inappropriate reactions to serious issues -- especially Iraq.
His uncomfortably ridiculous smirks and smiles illustrate his inadequacies as a leader: his fugacious attitude; his vacant stature; and, most strikingly, his apparent inability to grasp the reality of his decisions. It's all right there on the screen -- underlined by those tiny baby teeth.
So as a reminder to the traditional media, I'd like to present the Most Inappropriate Bush War Smirk of 2007. But first, some runners up.

The date: October 17, 2007
The place: The White House Press Briefing Room
The hilarious quote: "But this -- we got a leader in Iran who has announced that he wants to destroy Israel. So I've told people that if you're interested in avoiding [grinning] World War III [end grinning], it seems like you [begin giggling] ought to be interested in preventing them from have the knowledge [end giggling] necessary to make a nuclear weapon."

The date: April 3, 2007
The place: The White House Rose Garden
The hilarious quote: "That's precisely why I sent more troops into Baghdad."

The date: January 14, 2007
The place: 60 Minutes
The hilarious quote: "There's not enough troops on the ground right now to provide security for Iraq and that's why I made the decision I made."

And now, for the historical record, The Most Inappropriate Bush War Smirk of 2007:

The date: January 16, 2007
The place: PBS's NewsHour With Jim Lehrer
The hilarious quote: "If I didn't believe we could keep the egg from fully cracking, I wouldn't ask 21,000 kids -- additional kids to go into Iraq to reinforce those troops that are there."

Soon after this smirk, the president, as part of his euphemistically nicknamed New Way Forward, ordered an additional 21,000 soldiers into Iraq with the goal of providing military cover for a political solution to the civil war there.

During the intervening 11 months between the above smirk and today, 6,796 American soldiers were either killed or wounded under the president's hap-hap-happy command. The political solution for which these soldiers gave their lives... never happened. I don't know who he thinks he is or what he thinks he's grinning about, but for the Commander in Chief of the United States armed forces to smile and giggle while discussing warfare of any form or magnitude is an insult -- not just to the soldiers who followed his orders into battle, but also to basic decency and human morality. From his zany "those WMDs have to be around here somewhere" sketch to his shit-eating grin whilst comparing warfare to wacky-yet-delicious breakfast foods, this extends far beyond the necessary objective distance of a military leader and into the realms of madness. This is the Bush Legacy, Traditional Media. Please consider this in the coming months. President Bush injected a psycho bomb into the Middle East without any real grasp of the consequences and, nearly five years into the conflict, is so affectless about these consequences as to smirk and laugh at it all.
Or maybe there's an hilarious joke in there somewhere and we're all just dumb about it.

Joseph Goebbels

Life and words of Adolf Hitler's propaganda minister

Goebbels use of semantics, his mannerism and sheer hysteria, remind me of Donald Rumsfeld.

Bhutto's death over Bin Laden's death

In this interview, Bhutto implied that Osama Bin Laden was assassinated, of course "Sir David Frost" doesn't blink, and never followed up on this remarkable revelation.

Sunday, December 23, 2007

Once upon a time in America

America is the only nation in history which has miraculously gone directly from barbarism to degeneration without the usual interval of civilisation

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Faux Christmas present

Affirmative & positive reaction to potential disaster

When i first saw the report on a news network, i actually believed that someone blew away that war criminal and pathological lying son of a bitch, who occupied the oval office.
Disappointing news indeed.....

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Professional Athletes, fake,expensive and phony

When the Crack pipe nation turns into a steroid sportdome

I always hated team sport, which is a sort of psychological three hold to "group thinking" mass therapy and fuzzy male bonding..,but today with the release of the "Steroid report", this is all too clear,. Those overpaid chubby Pro-athletes have two things to be grateful to, stupid ignorant fans and dope.....With the appropriate amount of chemical, you can turn anybody into a sport champion.


Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Fun with Nazi Zionists

Genital twerp is like fanaticism, it has propensity towards hereditary

Junior Ass Breathing Brown-Noser, John Podhoretz and son of old decrepited Zionist genocidal maniac Norman Podhoretz (who hasn't die yet.....), is to step into his demented senile father's shoes, as Editor in Chief of The Commentary, the neo conservative paedophiliac rag. Like father like son, You can expect from this minor version of gastrointestinal virus, the same type of excremental outbursts, his father used to deliver. A long long struggle against Islamofascism, and a will to butcher as much Arabs (Muslins and non-Muslims) as possible.....
Congratulations Doktor Podhoretz

From the New York Times interview.

In 1995, you were among the three founders of The Weekly Standard, which is snappier than Commentary and quickly surpassed it circulation-wise. In the ’90s, the Clinton years, conservative magazines exploded. The classic rule of thumb is that if you are an intellectual ideological magazine, you do better in opposition than you do if your views are reflected by people in power

Right. In the Bush years, left-leaning publications like The Nation and The New York Review of Books have flourished. Do you read either one? I look at The New York Review of Books. It’s what it has been for 35 or 40 years, which is a highly sophisticated vehicle for anti-American self-hatred.

What do you make of writers like Eric Alterman, who have criticized your appointment as an act of cronyism, which goes against the conservative belief that jobs should be awarded on the basis of merit and not affirmative action?
That’s a very personal thing. Twenty years ago, I refused to shake his hand.

Why is that? Shouldn’t you make some pretense of civility toward your fellow writers? I think making a pretense of civility toward Eric Alterman is like making a pretense of civility to a scorpion.

Small magazines used to be associated with lofty ideas, but I wonder if ideas and visions have shrunk in our time into mere political agendas. If you’re asking me whether there has been intellectual degeneration in our time, the answer is no. There was plenty of substandard thinking even in the precincts of Partisan Review.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

National Review endorses a "funny" underwear wearing cultist.

Conservative rag and flaghship of conservative ass-clows movement, has selected their new leader

Putin's girlfriend to become Putin's successor

The road to power are paved with battered assholes


Beating up the Anglo-American neo-fascists

When compassion is not enough (Australia):

Terror detentions "like apartheid-era"

Archbishop Desmond Tutu has accused the United States and Britain of pursuing policies like those of South Africa's apartheid-era government by detaining terrorism suspects without trial. At an event to commemorate the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UNDR) today, the Nobel laureate said the detention of suspected al-Qaeda and Taliban members at the US naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, was a "huge blot on a democracy". "Whoever imagined that you would hear from the United States and from Britain the same arguments for detention without trial that were used by the apartheid government," Archbishop Tutu said. Archbishop Tutu is chairman of the Elders, a group of prominent international statesmen that includes former US president Jimmy Carter, anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela and his Mozambican-born wife, Graca Machel. The group is spearheading a campaign to get one billion people to sign a pledge reaffirming the principles of the UNDR, passed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 10, 1948. Archbishop Tutu, who helped lead the struggle to overthrow white minority rule in South Africa, said he was surprised so many Americans had accepted the argument that the Guantanamo detentions were necessary because of national security. "It is exactly what the apartheid government used to say here," the Anglican cleric said. His remarks come amid a growing outcry over alleged abuses at Guantanamo, which was used as a mass detention centre for suspected violent Islamic radicals in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, attacks on the US. Critics have said the US is circumventing international law by holding detainees without charge, often for years, and violated their human rights with forced confessions and torture tactics.
President George W. Bush said the detentions are lawful, humane and necessary as part of its fight against extremists in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere in the world.
The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear a legal challenge by Guantanamo inmates who are contesting their detention.

A tale of two dictators

The veteran and the wannabe

Qaddafi Arrives, Tent and All, in Paris

By Elaine Sciolino

PARIS, Dec. 10 — Redemption, at last, seems to have come for Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.

The veteran Libyan leader began a five-day official visit to France on Monday — his first in more than three decades. His French hosts even pitched his heated Bedouin-style tent for receiving guests in the garden of the Paris mansion that houses visiting dignitaries.
But the visit was sharply criticized, even within the ranks of President Nicolas Sarkozy’s government. “Colonel Qaddafi must understand that our country is not a doormat on which a leader, terrorist or not, can come to wipe the blood of his crimes off his feet,” France’s secretary of state for human rights, Rama Yade, said in an interview in Monday’s issue of the newspaper Le Parisien. “France must not receive this kiss of death.”Calling the timing of Colonel Qaddafi’s visit on World Human Rights Day “scandalously powerful,” Ms. Yade added of Libya: “People disappear in this country, and no one knows what has become of them. The press is not free. Prisoners are tortured. The death penalty has been abolished for Libyans but it is still used for sub-Saharan Africans.” She told RTL radio that she would be attending the annual dinner at the International Federation of Human Rights in the evening — not the dinner in the colonel’s honor at the Élysée Palace, to which she had not been invited anyway. Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner, a long-time human rights activist, said he would not attend the Élysée dinner either. “By happy coincidence,” Mr. Kouchner explained, he had another commitment. The Foreign Ministry said he was having dinner with his German counterpart. After meeting with Colonel Qaddafi in the afternoon, Mr. Sarkozy told reporters he had insisted to the Libyan that “it was necessary to continue to move forward on the path of human rights.”Mr. Sarkozy also replied to his critics, saying, “It is rather beautiful the principle that consists in not getting yourself wet, not taking risks,” he said, and “being so certain of everything you think while you’re having your latte on the Boulevard Saint-Germain.”The visit to Paris was Mr. Sarkozy’s reward to Colonel Qaddafi for his orchestration of the release last July of Bulgarian medical workers and a Palestinian doctor who had been convicted of deliberately infecting children with the virus that causes AIDS. That gesture removed a major irritant in the relationship between France and Libya, opening the way for improved political ties — and billions of dollars in trade. “If we don’t welcome countries that are starting to take the path of respectability, what can we say to those that leave that path?” Mr. Sarkozy said at a news conference in Lisbon over the weekend. Jean-David Levitte, Mr. Sarkozy’s diplomatic adviser, recently said that a country like Libya had a “right to redemption.” Mr. Sarkozy visited Libya last July immediately after his wife, Cécilia, helped to arrange the release of the medical workers. (The Sarkozys have since divorced.) At that time, the French leader showered his host with good wishes, and the two countries announced a generous arms deal. They also signed a memorandum of understanding for France to build a nuclear reactor in Libya to power water desalinization. Since their release, two of the medical workers have written memoirs in which they say they were tortured by Libyan guards. Colonel Qaddafi, who is in his mid-60s, last visited France 34 years ago, his first trip to a Western country after he seized power in 1969 in a coup that overthrew the monarchy. He was received at the Élysée Palace by Georges Pompidou, then the French president. During that trip, he declared that the “only permanent settlement” of the Middle East conflict was for all Jews who moved to Israel after 1948 to return to their lands of origin. After all this time, the French government was so eager to make Colonel Qaddafi comfortable that it abandoned protocol and let him pitch his receiving tent in the garden of the Hotel Marigny, the 19th-century mansion close to the president’s Élysée Palace that serves as an official guest house for state visits. “I don’t think that Colonel Qaddafi sleeps in the tent, but conforming to the tradition of the desert that he follows to the letter, Colonel Qaddafi always travels with a tent that he pitches as soon as he can,” David Martinon, the Élysée spokesman, said last week. Before the dinner Monday evening, Mr. Sarkozy met with Colonel Qaddafi at the Élysée Palace; they will meet again on Wednesday. On Tuesday, Colonel Qaddafi — or “Brother Guide” as he is known back home — will visit the National Assembly, where a parliamentary committee is investigating the warming of France’s relationship with Libya. According to press reports, he also will meet a delegation of women from France’s troubled suburbs, deliver a speech at Unesco, the Paris-based United Nations cultural organization, and take a tour of Versailles.The Sarkozy government hopes to complete a number of deals during the trip. Colonel Qaddafi signed a “cooperation agreement” with France to develop civilian nuclear energy, including the purchase of one or several nuclear reactors. A memorandum on the subject was signed in July in Tripoli. The two countries also signed a memorandum of cooperation saying Libya would enter exclusive negotiations with France to purchase military equipment, Agence France-Presse said. Libya has steadily shed its rogue-state reputation since 2003, when it announced the end of its nuclear weapons program, turning over crucial information to the International Atomic Energy Agency. That year, Libya formally took responsibility for the bombing of a Pan Am flight over Scotland in 1988 and agreed to pay compensation to the families of 270 people killed in the crash. France’s relationship with Libya improved after the two countries reached agreement in 2004 on a Libyan compensation package for the victims of a French commercial airliner bombed over Niger in 1989. The crash killed 170 people, including 54 French citizens.

you made your point midget boy, criticizing Muammar el-Qaddafi is one thing, but sucking up to Vladimir Putin, Russia's latest butcher is something else...

The stupid little whore who doesn't know her trade

like having a hooker who doesn't know how to blow

White House press secretary admits she didn't know what Cuban Missile Crisis was

By John Byrne

History has a way of repeating itself.

White House press secretary Dana Perino has been front and center of the White House's push to continue to label Iran a rogue state for its pursuit of uranium enrichment technology. This comes against the backdrop of a new intelligence estimate positing that the Islamic state abandoned its nuclear weapons in 2003. Turns out she doesn't know quite so much about nuclear weapons as she supposes. And we're not talking about Iran. Appearing on National Public Radio's quiz show, "Wait, Wait ... Don't Tell Me," this weekend, Perino admitted a story she'd previously only shared in private: When a reporter asked her a question during a White House briefing in which he referred to the Cuban Missile Crisis -- she didn't know what it was. "I was panicked a bit because I really don't know about . . . the Cuban Missile Crisis," said Perino, who at 35 was born about a decade after the 1962 U.S.-Soviet nuclear showdown. "It had to do with Cuba and missiles, I'm pretty sure."

The exchange was first noted in the Washington Post.

"I came home and I asked my husband," she said on air. "I said, 'Wasn't that like the Bay of Pigs thing?' And he said, 'Oh, Dana.' "
Perino was referring to the White House briefing held on October 26, when a reporter asked her, "Do you want to address the remarks by President Putin, who said the United States setting up a missile defense shield in Eastern Europe was like the Soviet Union putting missiles in Cuba, setting up a Cuban missile crisis?" "Well, I think that the historical comparison is not -- does not exactly work," Perino had responded.

Monday, December 10, 2007

Few words to remember

JFK talking about the "conspiracy"...., a little while later, he was blown up by a "lone " gunman...

Indeed, god works in mysterious way....if you actually believe that religious bullshit, you may bellieve the official conspiratorial bullshit as well. An excrement is worth another excrement.

Holy Shit, it's Christmas time

Is this bullshit worst than

This bullshit ?....

I said, religious nutcases, get the fuck out of here and meet your god whoever the fuck he might be..

American Intel on Iranian "nukular" threat

Bush's bunch gets Gang rapped, yet another time

NY Times

Washington Dec. 3 — A new assessment by American intelligence agencies released Monday concludes that Iran halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003 and that the program remains frozen, contradicting a judgment two years ago that Tehran was working relentlessly toward building a nuclear bomb. The conclusions of the new assessment are likely to reshape the final year of the Bush administration, which has made halting Iran’s nuclear program a cornerstone of its foreign policy. The assessment, a National Intelligence Estimate that represents the consensus view of all 16 American spy agencies, states that Tehran is likely to keep its options open with respect to building a weapon, but that intelligence agencies “do not know whether it currently intends to develop nuclear weapons.” Iran is continuing to produce enriched uranium, a program that the Tehran government has said is intended for civilian purposes. The new estimate says that the enrichment program could still provide Iran with enough raw material to produce a nuclear weapon sometime by the middle of next decade, a timetable essentially unchanged from previous estimates. But the new report essentially disavows a judgment that the intelligence agencies issued in 2005, which concluded that Iran had an active secret arms program intended to transform the raw material into a nuclear weapon. The new estimate declares instead with “high confidence” that the military-run program was shut in 2003, and it concludes with “moderate confidence” that the program remains frozen. The report judges that the halt was imposed by Iran “primarily in response to increasing international scrutiny and pressure.” It was not clear what prompted the reversal. Administration officials said the new estimate reflected conclusions that the intelligence agencies had agreed on only in the past several weeks. The report’s agnosticism about Iran’s nuclear intentions represents a very different tone than had been struck by President Bush, and by Vice President Dick Cheney, who warned in a speech in October that if Iran “stays on its present course, the international community is prepared to impose serious consequences.” The estimate does not say when intelligence agencies learned that the arms program had been halted, but officials said new information obtained from covert sources over the summer had led to a reassessment of the state of Iran’s nuclear program and a decision to delay preparation of the estimate, which had been scheduled to be delivered to Congress in the spring. The new report came out just over five years after a 2002 intelligence estimate on Iraq concluded that it possessed chemical and biological weapons programs and was determined to restart its nuclear program. That estimate was instrumental in winning the Congressional authorization for a military invasion of Iraq, but it proved to be deeply flawed, and most of its conclusions turned out to be wrong. Intelligence officials said the specter of the 2002 estimate on Iraq hung over their deliberations on Iran even more than it had in 2005, when the lessons from the intelligence failure on Iraq were just beginning to prompt spy agencies to adapt a more rigorous approach to their findings. The 2007 report on Iran had been requested by members of Congress, underscoring that any conclusions could affect American policy toward Iran at a delicate time. The new estimate brought American assessments more in line with the judgments of international arms inspectors. Last month, Mohamed ElBaradei, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, reported that Iran was operating 3,000 uranium-enriching centrifuges capable of producing fissile material for nuclear weapons, but he said inspectors had been unable to determine whether the Iranian program sought only to generate electricity or to also to build weapons. Senator Harry Reid, Democrat of Nevada and the Senate majority leader, portrayed the assessment as “directly challenging some of this administration’s alarming rhetoric about the threat posed by Iran” and called for enhanced diplomatic efforts toward Tehran. Democratic presidential candidates mostly echoed Senator Reid, but also emphasized that Iran’s long-term ambitions were still a great concern to the United States. In interviews on Monday, some administration officials expressed skepticism about the conclusions reached in the new report, saying they doubted that American intelligence agencies had a firm grasp of the Iranian government’s intentions. The administration officials also said the intelligence findings would not lessen the White House’s concern about the prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran. The fact that Iran continues to refine its abilities to enrich uranium, they said, means that any decision in the future to restart a nuclear weapons program could lead Iran to a bomb in relatively short order. While the new report does not contrast sharply with earlier assessments about Iran’s capabilities, it does make new judgments about the intentions of its government.

If i had to write my last blog

This worthless piece of shit of a war criminal does not deserve the rope to hang him, let him die of starvation, or drop him in the center of Fallujah







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