Thursday, November 30, 2006

Michael Richards - Cosmo Kramer Official Apology to the Black People

Oh, the irony, I almost exploded from laughter ... although I bet Mel Gibson feels his pain

Monday, November 27, 2006

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* there will be no updates on this blog this week for the ab0ve-mentioned reason, wish me luck*

Friday, November 24, 2006

Deadly Alliance: Kremlin is playing high stakes.

Suspected Kremlin assassination of the ex-KGB spy in UK update from mainstream sources:
'Murdered by The Kremlin': Poisoned Russian Spy Dies...
Warns Putin from beyond grave...
Businessman says he, 2 others, met ex-spy...
Killed by a 'tiny nuclear bomb'...
Police hunt radioactive material...
PUTIN: No definitive proof it was 'violent death'...

What the mainstream headlines omit though - is the fact that the above-mentioned operative worked for a Russian-born Jew oil magnate/ billionarie named Boris Berezovsky who is currently in exile in England. A man whose self-proclaimed goal is to "dethorone Putin from power". So there would be little doubt in any analyst's mind that this poisoning is a work of Russian secret services. Just like Chechen rebel scum "spokesperson" Ahmed Zakayev (also in exile in London) who should of been killed-off a long time ago - people like him and Berezovsky are a threat to the democratically elected president Vladimir Putin and stability of Russian democratic government, and in mind of this pundit - deserve to die just like this ex-KGB spy.

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Why, Kramer, Why?

I think he (Michael Richards, a.k.a. Kramer) lost it completely, but it's too funny ... Larry David, the prinicpal writer for Seinfeld must be very embarassed of this, this can really hurt the latest DVD re-release for that show ... but IT IS FUNNY!

Harper, McGuinty, Miller united on gun-crime issue

Use a gun, lose your freedom. That was the strong message shooting out of a gathering at the Sheraton Centre in Toronto Thursday, as all three levels of government came to town to emphasize the fight against crime is heading towards the next level. The rare sight of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Premier Dalton McGuinty and Mayor David Miller gathered together was made even more unusual by the fact all three men were in agreement on the same subject.
Those who use weapons in the commission of a crime won't be allowed to get off so easily any more.
Under the Tory Crime Bill officially being introduced on Thursday, gun toting criminals will now face a 'reverse onus' - they'll have to prove they deserve to get bail or they'll remain behind bars until their trial. "Canadians had made it very clear to us that they wanted the scales of justice rebalanced," Harper affirms. "Gun crime is a menace to public safety, and protecting Canadians must be the first priority of the bail system." The Premier has little sympathy for cons who get caught in this new net.
"If someone chooses to use a gun to commit a crime, then they've made a cold and callous choice to endanger our families, and that we will not tolerate," he exclaims. "Together we've made the tough and responsible choice to keep gun toting criminals off our streets." Even Miller, whose politics couldn't be much different from Harper's, issued a thank you to the P.M. for his tough stance. He still remembers the summer of the gun in this city and knows there have been three shootings here in the past three days alone. "For those who break the law using a gun, there must be real consequences," he vows. "And what better place to start than by forcing them to justify why they should be allowed back to our streets when their actions suggest otherwise. So thank you, Prime Minister Harper, for listening to the people of Toronto." Of the approximately 1,000 gun crimes committed in T.O. this year, 40 percent were found to be at the hands of someone already out on bail.
Under the current system, prosecutors have to prove that the accused should not be granted bail. But using Harper's plan, the onus will be on the criminal. And depending on the nature of the offence and the evidence, it's a lot less likely judges will be sympathetic to their pleas.

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Is Israel drifting towards all-out fascism? and other news

JERUSALEM - Israel's zionist deputy prime minister on Saturday said Israel should assassinate Hamas' leadership, ignore the moderate Palestinian president and walk away from international peace efforts, the latest in a string of hard-line positions voiced by the newest member of the Cabinet. The comments by Avigdor Lieberman came as the rival Palestinian factions, Hamas and Fatah, continued talks on forming a unity government. President Mahmoud Abbas of Fatah hopes the coalition deal will enable him to revive peace efforts with Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert brought Lieberman into the government last month to shore up a shaky coalition government weakened by the summer war in Lebanon. The Moldova-born Lieberman enjoys tremendous support among Israel's large community of immigrants from the former Soviet Union. Recent Israeli actions and foreign policies show disturbing trends of increasing ultra-nationalism, Zionism, and open hostility towards Arabs - very similar to the fascist Germany's attitude towards Jews in 1930s.

In another news:
MOSCOW - The former head of one of Chechnya's Movladi Baisarov was shot when he resisted officers seeking to detain him on a main avenue in the capital, said Svetlana Petrenko, spokeswoman for the Moscow prosecutor's office. A prosecutor at the scene, Irina Bobinova, said he pulled a grenade when police tried to arrest him after he got out of a car. Baisarov headed a force that provided security for Chechnya's first pro-Moscow president, Akhmad Kadyrov, who was assassinated in 2004, but had been on increasingly bad terms with Kadyrov's son Ramzan, the region's powerful prime minister. Baisarov's force had reportedly worked before for the separatist Chechen leadership in the late 1990s.

HANOI, Vietnam - Lobbying world leaders, President Bush lined up support Saturday for pressuring long-defiant North Korea to prove it is serious about dismantling its nuclear weapons program. Bush used a summit of Pacific Rim countries to consult individually with leaders of the four other nations engaged with North Korea in nuclear disarmament talks, stalled for more than a year but now on the verge of resumption. Those talks were expected to win endorsement Sunday from all 21 participants in the annual meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum. Nearly two weeks after election losses weakened his presidency, Bush faced questions from summit partners about the Democratic takeover of Congress and the message of disapproval about the Iraq war.

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Coalition forces raided a Shiite militia stronghold in Baghdad searching for dozens of Iraqi hostages Saturday and combed through rural southern Iraq where four American security contractors and an Austrian were kidnapped. Both efforts appeared to come up empty-handed.

P.S. apologies for not updating this for a while

Saturday, November 11, 2006

Today we honour men and women who sacrificed their lives for Canada

Friday, November 10, 2006

GOP furious over Rumsfeld's resignation timing

Donald Rumsfeld's abrupt resignation from the Pentagon the day after Republicans lost both chambers of Congress has infuriated some GOP officials on and off Capitol Hill. Members and staff still reeling from Tuesday's rout are furious about the administration's decision to dump the controversial defense secretary one day after their historic loss, they said in a series of interviews about the election results.
President Bush announced Rumsfeld's resignation on Wednesday and named Bob Gates, a former CIA chief and president of Texas A&M University, as his replacement. "The White House said keeping the majority was a priority, but they failed to do the one thing that could have made a difference," one House GOP leadership aide said Thursday. "For them to toss Rumsfeld one day after the election was a slap in the face to everyone who worked hard to protect the majority."
Exit polling suggested that an overwhelming majority of voters disapproved of the administration's handling of the war in Iraq, and members and aides were frustrated with the timing of the announcement because an earlier resignation could have given them a boost on the campaign trail, they believe. "They did this to protect themselves, but they couldn't protect us?" another Republican aide said yesterday.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Is it all lost for America?


-All in 2 days, what a tragedy - now these filthy democrats will have Bush's hands tied for the next 2 years - as the threats of Iran and North Korea are critical to our world -just shocking.

P.S. AND Rick Santorum lost ...... :(

Wednesday, November 08, 2006




Tuesday, November 07, 2006





semper fi!

Sunday, November 05, 2006

"Hang Saddam" - the Iraqi people had spoken!

Iraqis celebrate as the death sentence verdict for the former leader Saddam Hussein is announced, in Baghdad's Shiite enclave of Sadr City, Sunday, Nov. 5, 2006. Iraq's High Tribunal on Sunday found Saddam Hussein guilty of crimes against humanity and sentenced him to hang, as the visibly shaken former leader shouted 'God is great!'

Saturday, November 04, 2006

Pandora's Box had been openned: six Arab states rush for nuke technology

Stakes in nuclear race in the Middle East was raised yesterday when six Arab states announced that they were embarking on programmes to master atomic technology. The move, which follows the failure by the West to curb Iran’s controversial nuclear programme, could see a rapid spread of nuclear reactors in one of the world’s most unstable regions, stretching from the Gulf to the Levant and into North Africa.
The countries involved were named by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as Algeria, Egypt, Morocco and Saudi Arabia. Tunisia and the UAE have also shown interest.
All want to build civilian nuclear energy programmes, as they are permitted to under international law. But the sudden rush to nuclear power has raised suspicions that the real intention is to acquire nuclear technology which could be used for the first Arab atomic bomb.
“Some Middle East states, including Egypt, Morocco, Algeria and Saudi Arabia, have shown initial interest [in using] nuclear power primarily for desalination purposes,” Tomihiro Taniguch, the deputy director-general of the IAEA, told the business weekly Middle East Economic Digest. He said that they had held preliminary discussions with the governments and that the IAEA’s technical advisory programme would be offered to them to help with studies into creating power plants.
Mark Fitzpatrick, an expert on nuclear proliferation at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, said that it was clear that the sudden drive for nuclear expertise was to provide the Arabs with a “security hedge”. “If Iran was not on the path to a nuclear weapons capability you would probably not see this sudden rush [in the Arab world],” he said. The announcement by the six nations is a stunning reversal of policy in the Arab world, which had until recently been pressing for a nuclear free Middle East, where only Israel has nuclear weapons.
Egypt and other North African states can argue with some justification that they need cheap, safe energy for their expanding economies and growing populations at a time of high oil prices.
The case will be much harder for Saudi Arabia, which sits on the world’s largest oil reserves. Earlier this year Prince Saud al-Faisal, the Foreign Minister, told The Times that his country opposed the spread of nuclear power and weapons in the Arab world. Since then, however, the Iranians have accelerated their nuclear power and enrichment programmes.

Friday, November 03, 2006

In yet another act of defiance Iranian Islamofascist testfire rockets that could reach Israel

Iran test-fired dozens of missiles, including the Shahab-3 that can reach Israel, in military maneuvers Thursday that it said were aimed at putting a stop to the role of world powers in the Persian Gulf region.
The show of strength came three days after U.S.-led warships finished naval exercises in the Gulf that Iran branded as "adventurist." Iran remains locked in dispute with the West over its nuclear program, which Washington says is geared to producing atomic weapons but Tehran says is only for generating electricity.

Asked about Thursday's maneuvers, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said she thought the Iranians "are trying to demonstrate that they are tough."
"The Iranians also I think are not unaware that the security environment is one in which if they actually were to do something Iran would suffer greatly and so I think they probably understand that," Rice said on the Bill Cunningham radio show on WLW Cincinnati.
"They are trying to say to the world you are not going to keep us from getting a nuclear weapon," she said. "The world has to say to them, yes, we will."

Thursday, November 02, 2006

"Halp Us Jon Kerry!" exclaim our "dumb" troops ...

A group of GIs showed they are smart enough to take on condescending Sen. John Kerry - by deploying a hilariously misspelled sign mocking the failed presidential candidate's comments about their education.
"Halp us Jon Carry - We R stuck hear n Irak," read the sign, which was apparently the brainchild of a group of service members from the Minnesota National Guard. The picture was first revealed yesterday on the blog Web site of Milwaukee talk radio host Charlie Sykes, who said he got it from a listener who had a buddy in the unit.
The picture soon raced around the Internet, and it got much of the nation chuckling when it went up on Drudge Report later in the day. Staff Sgt. Erik Holtan, a member of the Minnesota National Guard, says he saw the picture and recognized the insignia as that of his fellow Minnesota guardsmen - and he immediately put it up on his own blog site. "It's awesome," he told The Post. "The troops over there have to be livid because of what [Kerry] said. I don't know why he would say that."
Holtan, who works at Guard headquarters, said he believes the troops behind the Kerry sign are in Iraq, since all the members of the unit in the shot - the 1/34 Brigade Troops Battalion - have been deployed. He said he can see a unit insignia on one of the vehicles in the background and those vehicles have also gone to Iraq. Fox News Channel quoted Army officials saying that the picture looked authentic and appeared to be taken in Iraq.
"We are always amazed at the creativity of our troops," one Army official told Fox. Without citing sources, ABC News in Washington said the photograph was taken in Talil, several hundred miles south of Baghdad, where members of the unit are located. By the end of the day, the shot was burning up the Internet - and was the most stinging rebuke to Kerry's knuckleheaded flub.
The Minnesota Guard and the Pentagon said they could not comment on the picture.
Meanwhile, Kerry surrendered yesterday to a barrage of criticism from Republicans and Democrats over his troop-trashing gaffe and apologized "to any service member, family member, or American who was offended.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Bush shuns Kerry's anti-American comments

clown Kerry does it again...

Sen. John Kerry canceled plans to campaign for fellow Democrats after the GOP hammered him over his comments to college students about getting "stuck in Iraq." Kerry told radio host Don Imus he meant no offense to troops and apologized for what he called "a botched joke" about President Bush's Iraq policies. Bush said Kerry's statement was "insulting and it is shameful."