Saturday, September 16, 2006

This is Your Brain

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This is your brain on Liberalism:

Meet the Next President: Kerry's Second Shot

Any questions?

Red-hot torture
By Bill O'Reilly

Thanks to the New York Times, we now know the dreaded torture methods the sadistic CIA used on captured Al Qaeda big shots .....

According to a front-page article in the Times on Sept. 10, .... (the) CIA .... interrogators stripped Zubaydah, put him in a freezing room and subjected him to Red Hot Chili Peppers. Not the vegetables, the rock group.

Apparently, the CIA sadists cranked up the volume on some Red Hot Chili Pepper recordings and Zubaydah broke. Wouldn't you?

No question I would have broke. Especially if the interrogators had gone forward in time, and brought back the Pepp's latest release. But then if I was conducting the interrogation, I would have used a Meredith Monk record.

Speaking of insane in the membrane.

Muslim anger grows at Pope speech

"It is clear that the Holy Father's intention is to cultivate a position of respect and dialogue towards other religions and cultures, and that clearly includes Islam," said chief Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi in a statement.

Respect and dialogue? Freddy, you must be thinking of that other Islam. The moderate one that glows warmly in the hearts of Dhimmis everywhere.

The head of the Muslim Brotherhood said the Pope's remarks "aroused the anger of the whole Islamic world".

Leave it to the Beeb to quote a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. Way to go Auntie! Which came first ..... Muslim anger, or the Beeb's promotion of it?

Pope: "The intention here is not one of retrenchment or negative criticism, but of broadening our concept of reason and its application." "Only thus do we become capable of that genuine dialogue of cultures and religions so urgently needed today."

And good luck to you with that there, Your Popeness.

Pope's speech stirs Muslim anger

In Indian-administered Kashmir, police seized copies of newspapers which reported the Pope's comments to prevent any tension.

No comment required.

(Turkish) Religious leader Ali Bardakoglu said .... Whilst Muslims might express their criticism of .... Christianity, .... they would never defame the Holy Bible or Jesus Christ.

Kill 'em maybe. But not defame them, no Sir. We wouldn't want to do anything like that.

Muslim anger over papal comments grows

Across the Islamic world Friday, Benedict's remarks on Islam and jihad in a speech in Germany unleashed a torrent of rage that many fear could burst into violent protests like those that followed publication of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.

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Nope, no defaming here.

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Or here ... "down down secular democracy" (Catholocism as secular democracy?).

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Now we might fire bomb a church.

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Or two. But only for fun. (They don't have as many guards as those Jooish temples).

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O.K., sing it with me now, sing it in Arabic, here we go:

Kumbaya, my Lord, kumbaya!
Kumbaya, my Lord, kumbaya!
Kumbaya, my Lord, kumbaya!
O Lord, kumbaya!

10:45 a.m.

Hmmmm, adding a sanity clause to the Koran? Interesting. But isn't that kind of like Douglas Adams' Babel Fish? Would not Islam ceast to exist if sanity were a requirement?

Sunday, 6:00 a.m.

Whoah Nelly .... surely Mohammed spins in his grave (Muslim riots in 3, 2, 1 ... )

Arab op-ed: Pope’s remarks may lead to war

Hani Pahas in Al-Hayat, wrote “the pope’s comments may lead to war; we fear that the pope’s statements may lead to a war that we, Muslims and Christians alike, are trying to prevent through dialogue between East and West."

Bring'eeet on (no more Patty Cake). Lezz gitt dis party started.

Hussein Shabakshy (writing in) al-Sharq al-Awsat “It is clear that such remarks only contribute to the fueling of the fire raging between Islam and the West. There is no difference between Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri speaking from their caves in Tora Bora and the stage of an important Christian saint. Both parties contribute to the world verbal weapons for mass destruction.”

Basso profundity. Verbal weapons of mass destruction? Not if we keeel you first.

Sunday, 7:15 a.m.

Report: Rome tightens pope's security after fury over Islam remarks

The Vatican has increased the security provisions for the Pope, a day after an Iraqi insurgent group threatened the Vatican with a suicide attack.

The statement, posted online Saturday ... does not state the seat of the Holy See directly, but is addressed to "you dog of Rome" .... "We swear to God to send you people who adore death as much as you adore life," (said the message posted in the name of the Mujahedeen Army) ..... "our minds will not rest until we shake your thrones and break your crosses in your home."

That's nice.

Sunday, 12:15 p.m.

Italian nun shot dead in Somalia

The attackers shot the nun three times in the back at a children's hospital in the south of the city, before fleeing the scene.

The nun, who has not been named, is believed to be in her seventies. The nun was taken into surgery in the Austrian-funded SOS Hospital, in Huriwa district, but she died from her injuries.

(Via Discarded Lies)


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