Sunday, March 30, 2008

Fitna the Joke


How bizarre. How strange. There shouldn't have been any surprises. And yet there were.
In this facocta world ... Google/YouTube end up looking like sainted saviours, of the internet age. Hosting the vid, after the other weedle panty waists soiled and wet themselves (of course that vid is behind click through "18 or over" gatekeeping. And 99% of those vids have serious generational deterioration).

F*cking Google people!

[Hint ... use your favoh-rite search engine/s (MSN, Yahoo, Ask, etc.). Search term: Anechoic Room. Then .... afterwards, go ahead and compare your results with Google's.]


It has arrived
My friends
It has arrived

The ominous dark cloud
The trembly earth
The sky of black
The global caliphate

The global caliphate ... is here
The Islamists snapped their fingers
Network Solutions cowered
Islamists snapped their fingers
Network Solutions ran

Islamists gave LiveLeak the evil eye
LiveLeak folded
Islamists gave LiveLeak the evil eye
And LiveLeak fell

Network Solutions' cubicle dwellers
No longer live life
They no longer smile

The people in LiveLeak's cubicles?
They no longer see
The once beautiful
The once blue, sky

They all now upon knees
In dhimmitude
In fear
In darkness

Giving one inch
And surrendering their freedom entire
Nothin left to cherish
To carry
To hold dear

No more light
Nor warmth
A meaningless journey
By empty souls
To the void

The sword that one day comes
For the fearfull
For the silent
For the bowed

Comes too late
For their heads ...
Their heads already be gone

Zip file (for download to your computer). Nick Berg, no longer of this earth, decapitated. Gruesome, grizzly, beyond belief. And yet ..... even in the horror of his death, mocked. By yet even more cowards.

From Classical Values (same vid), but using their bandwith/hosting .... (without downloading, will open straight into your Windows media player console).

Monday, March 31

Seems the folks at LiveLeak procured a fresh pair of undies. And even a new resolve. I can't speculate on their decision. What took place at the company. What thoughts. I don't know those people, so it is not my place. I would hope their motivation went to the core of the issue? But again .... I don't know.

Beneficial fallout from the stink? More people are now aware of the vulnerability of that which we take for granted. The first ammendment. Thought. Or even to simply draw breath, live, and be free.

All these words. All these blogs. All these thoughts. And yes to some, across the divide ... paranoia. Well, I have actually looked into the eye of a Muslim possessed of the hate. On the streets of the city in which I live. And what I saw? If only mere looks could kill, there would be one less hook nosed bagel eater, bangin' the buttons of their keyboard.

A few metered and measured words, from across the pond.
Highly recommended, very (approximately five minutes in duration).

Tuesday, April 1

Of parallel universes, unseen unknown dimensions, and of course .... April Fools Day

On Monday, Dutch Foreign Minister Maxime Verhagen met with ambassadors of countries belonging to the Organization of the Islamic Conference to assure them the film "in no way reflects the opinion of the Dutch government," spokesman Rob Dekker said.

He said the diplomats inquired whether Wilders would be prosecuted for violating hate speech laws. Prosecutors have said they have not yet decided whether to take action.

Ha ha ... good one (sarc tag on).

Friday, March 28, 2008

Fitna the Movie

My words don't mean much. I find the film itself no great shakes [only watched it once (fifteen minutes)]. And suppose iff'n I tried, I could in fact do better (yes talk is cheap). But like much in this crazy fookin woyld, the story bout the story sometimes be greater.

Previously, I've only watched one beheading video. And don't recommend others watch even one (at all, ever). One was enough for me. I resisted for some time, but relented (no full complete scenes present in Fitna). But in watching, one is witness to a force not to be believed. A consuming evil that one begs to be fiction, or only a bad dream. But in fact is not.

And it's getting harder to know what is real anymore. The world changing ever faster. I do know the threat to the bedrock foundation of America, the first amendment, is very very real. The largest sledgehammers ever shouldered, are now proudly being swung upon her. Striking her footing in repetitive percussion. This threat does indeed come from Islamists. And even more sadly .... from some who are nestled in the very bosom of our own nation (watching Network Solutions soil and wet themselves? S c a r y. Really f*cking scary).

I know not what the future brings. I can guess. I can hope to be wrong about Ahmadinejad and The Bomb. I can hope the horrors we daily witness will recede. That sanity will somehow prevail. That the madness that boils up and over from militant radical Islam's cauldron of hate, can be stopped.

And .... I can post this largely insignificant, measly little video, here.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

The Associated Press keeps on reeking ... and reeking and ...


Palestinian old guard mixes anger, regrets

By Hamza Hendawi, The Associated Press

(Edited for clarity)


In a year when Israel is celebrating its 60th birthday, Nayef Hawatmeh and his generation of leaders are ... fading from the scene.

Visited by The Associated Press in Damascus, the Syrian capital, these graying grandfathers radiate nostalgia ... They speak of wasted opportunities, perceived successes (and) failures.

Hawatmeh, Jibril, Habash, Black September, Leila Khaled - exploded onto the world stage in the 1960s and 1970s with deadly raids into Israel, the attack on the 1972 Munich Olympics, and a string of airline hijackings and assaults on passenger lines.

Branded as terrorists in Israel and the West, they saw themselves more in the Che Guevara mold, inspired by Cuba and Algeria and the Viet Cong.

Some of the old-timers have paid a personal price ... time is thinning their ranks too. George Habash, whose Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine specialized in hijackings, died in a Damascus hospital in January at 81 ...

... the leaders interviewed say they have no regrets, and insist they will ultimately prevail over Israel .... "Would you believe me if I tell you that if I had to do it all over, I would?" said Mohammed Oudeh, architect of Black September's 1972 Olympics attack that left 11 Israeli athletes dead.

Leila Khaled, the Palestinians' best known female hijacker, says the Palestinian leadership has "committed a lot of blunders" ... They jumped too quickly into negotiations with Israel, thus "defused" the Palestinian uprising and "blocked the golden path that I and other comrades paved for the Palestinians," she said at her home in Amman, in neighboring Jordan.

Still got them nasal passages plugged Sparky?

Today in history - By The Associated Press

In 1978, Italian politician Aldo Moro was kidnapped by left-wing urban guerrillas, who later murdered him.

In 1984, William Buckley, the CIA station chief in Beirut, was kidnapped by gunmen; he died in captivity.