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Thursday, November 26, 2009

Sure, and they gonna use it for peaceful purposes...

OK, so now all the PC freaks and supporters of so called Islamic Republic of Iran have it on the to explode...What's next? A few nuclear teddy bears in the NYC subway...hasta la vista von islamista...

Nobel Peace Prize medal 'confiscated' by Iran

Shirin Ebadi was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003
A Nobel Peace Prize medal awarded to Iranian human rights lawyer Shirin Ebadi has been confiscated, she says.
The 2003 medal and the accompanying diploma were taken from a bank box in Tehran about three weeks ago, she said.
The Norwegian foreign ministry said it was "shocked", describing the confiscation as the first time national authorities had taken such action.
Ms Ebadi has criticised Iran's disputed election earlier this year and the subsequent treatment of protesters.
'Unheard of'
In Norway, where a committee chooses the annual recipient, Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere said: "Such an act leaves us feeling shock and disbelief."
The ministry summoned Iran's charge d'affaires to protest about the confiscation.
Iran has not made any official comment on the issue.
The Norwegian ministry was also concerned about the alleged beating of Ms Ebadi's husband in Tehran, with Mr Stoere saying the "persecution of Dr Ebadi and her family shows that freedom of expression is under great pressure in Iran".
The Norwegian Nobel Committee's permanent secretary, Geir Lundestad, said the move was "unheard of" and "unacceptable", Associated Press reported.
The result of June's election, in which President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was re-elected, saw thousands of people protesting for several days, with hundreds arrested.
Ms Ebadi said Iranian authorities had also demanded taxes on the $1.3m she was awarded, but that the prize is exempt under local law, AP said.
She left the country the day before the 12 June election for a conference and has not returned, although she said the "threatening messages" she had received would not deter her.
"I will return whenever it is useful for my country," she said.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Bowing to a meteorite; let's twist again...

I guarantee you that Mecca pilgrimage - the Hajj - is a major headache for the Saudis. Forget about the business aspect of it, selling trinkets and holy pics (with very low pixels); they have to deal with a major health, safety and crowd control hazard. Mazal Tov.
I bet they would like to see this Hajj in Israel, let the Jews deal with it, basta.
Which brings me to the beginning of human idiocy (my favorite subject), since, let's say 5,000 BC. Don't worry, torture never stops!

Monday, 23 November 2009

Saudi Arabia warns against protests at Hajj

More than 100,000 security personnel are being deployed during the Hajj
The authorities in Saudi Arabia have warned people not to stage protests at the Hajj, as more than 2.5 million Muslims prepare for the pilgrimage.
The interior ministry official in charge of security, Gen Mansour al-Turki, said he did not expect trouble, but stressed that protests were banned.
"We will not allow any actions that might disturb any other pilgrims, or affect their safety," he told AFP.
In 1987, 402 people died when troops broke up a protest by Shia pilgrims.
Iran's President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, warned last month that it would take "appropriate measures" if its citizens faced restrictions.
The Iranian Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, meanwhile said Shia should show they were addressing challenges to their unity.
Saudi officials and clerics responded by warning Tehran not to abuse the Hajj for political purposes.
This year is also the 30th anniversary of the seizure by Sunni extremists of the Great Mosque in Mecca, Islam's holiest shrine.

Sunni extremists seized the Grand Mosque of Mecca in 1979
Saudi soldiers, assisted by French paratroopers, took nearly two weeks to regain control of the complex. More than 250 people died in the siege, among them 127 Saudi troops. Sixty-seven militants were later executed for the uprising.
"We are taking all the countermeasures to make sure nothing like that could happen again," Gen Turki told AFP, adding that more than 100,000 security personnel were being deployed.
They have already thwarted several attempted attacks by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, which is based in neighbouring Yemen.
The authorities are also hoping to avoid a repeat of the deadly stampedes which have in the past afflicted the Hajj. The last, in 2006, left 364 people dead.
Builders have just completed the rebuilding of the Jamarat Bridge at Mina, where pilgrims hurl stones at three pillars representing the spot where the devil is said to have appeared to Abraham.
Officials say the 950m (3,135ft) long, 80m (260ft) wide five-storey pedestrian walkway, which cost $1.2bn, will prevent overcrowding.

Sunday, November 22, 2009


Perhaps I and you were asleep...Russia as a criminal state? Unbelievable, you schmucks! Now the bones are rattling from the Urals mountains to the steps of Chookotka...but the real criminals are eating caviar and drinking export vodka, laughing all the way to Kremlin...
Yob vashoo rodinoo!

See BBC World News 11/22/09

Russia 'is now a criminal state', says Bill Browder

Investment specialist Bill Browder says Russia is "essentially a criminal state"

Russia has now turned into a "criminal state", according to the man who was once its leading foreign investor.
Bill Browder of Hermitage Capital was reacting to the news that his lawyer had died in prison in Russia after being held for a year without charge.
He told the BBC that his lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky, had effectively been "held hostage and they killed their hostage."
Through Hermitage Capital Bill Browder campaigned against corruption at some of Russia's largest companies.
Russian officials say they are investigating Mr Magnitsky's death.

He was their hostage and they killed their hostage by denying him medical attention
Bill Browder, Hermitage Capital
In 2005 Mr Browder was banned from Russia as a threat to national security, after allegations that his firms evaded tax, but Mr Browder says his company was targeted by criminals trying to seize millions of pounds worth of his assets.
Mr Browder says he was punished for being a threat to corrupt politicians and bureaucrats.
Since then, a number of Mr Browder's associates in Russia - as well as lawyers acting for his company - have been detained, beaten or robbed.
Before the accusations of tax evasion were raised, for many years Mr Browder had been one of the most outspoken defenders of the Russian government and its then-president Vladimir Putin.

Thursday, November 19, 2009


Tuesday, November 17, 2009

It is OK for Mohammed to...

While we sleep and relax, dream and snore, getting fat and lazy - there is another world out there, concerned having sex with children and get away with it. Czech out and watch this You tube real-life video where pretty disgusting looking Muslim cleric seriously debates the legitimacy of Mohammed's sexual obsession with small children.
Now, I am a pretty reasonable person who tend to believe in decency and affections when done appropriately - or whatever - 2 adults consensually come to an erotic conclusion and have sex, halleluya + hossanahahaha!
No other religion as far as I know - approves sexual exploitation of adolescent victims - not even on Mars. Well, some Catholic schmucks can't resist young blood, pretending it's Christ's blood, helping them to get closer to Resurrection. They are obsessed with virginity, partially because of immaculate erection of bunch of old kakes in Vatican, puffing out holy farts. That in itself is a pretty disgusting description, nicht war? Hey, so if the present Pope could be in the Hitlerjugend, how come it is not OK for a devout Muslim to blow him/herself and take with him/her a number of innocent bystanders. Trust me folks, there are no innocent bystanders in those God's forpissen countries such as Awfulistan and Fuckistan, Slimy Avocadia, I-ran therefore I-step into fresh nuclear shit, Eyjude, Seriozia?, Le bank-ya, Torturia, Libidia and others (wow, I had to work really hard on these ones...), wait, Shiteria and Sonofbitcheria...
The Romans were lucky - they had vomitariums, we got news, stupid movies with perfect sound systems, baggy pants brain-misers, fuzzy humanity, different forms of manias, Medoff-i-ass, anorexic hugely paid scarecrows and Jesus appearing everywhere - in the Bronx spit, pigeon kaka, homeless' yellow snow, discarded matza, recycling condoms and more.
I did not got carried away yet...all I want to say is - watch this video (copy and paste it if necessary)- and pray, shout, scream, jump and yell - because next time it is not going to be Hollywood sci-fi IQ -05 with stinky pop-corn and sticky seats, but stinky reality of the religion that essentially its very base is having sex with minor. And you still wanna be religious?
Major Oy! Trust me...

Saturday, November 14, 2009

First, they start to eat their own people...later on other countries...

I wonder, how chooy had been tasting? Well done? Medium? Rare? Raw?
What a country...Wanna see dead body resurfacing all the time - don't forget to see a great film Repentance - Pokayanye...from 1987 - Director: Tenghiz Abuladze. You will never be the same...

Saturday, 14 November 2009

'Body sold' to Russia kebab shop

Police in Russia have arrested three homeless men suspected of killing a man, eating part of the body and selling other parts to a kebab shop.
The men were held in the city of Perm, some 1,400km (870 miles) east of Moscow, local investigators said.
Their statement said that the suspects had targeted the 25-year-old victim out of "personal hostility".
It was not clear when the incident occurred. The men - who have not been named - have been charged with murder.
The investigators said on Friday that the body of the man had been found in a forested area near a public transport stop in Perm.
They said the three men attacked their victim with knives and a hammer.
"After carrying out the attack, the corpse was dismembered. Part of it was eaten and part was also sold to a kebab and pie kiosk," their statement said.
It was not immediately clear if any customers had been served.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Velvet revolution? No, only Vagina revolution, make it revelation...

All my life I am looking for regular vaginas...perfect vagina? Are you out of your penis!As reported by kiddin'...
Yes, my dear idiots - we even got Vagina revolution...since, let's say 20,000 years ago...

New warning on 'perfect vaginas'

Labioplasty involves cutting excess tissue that protrudes from the vagina
Women are undergoing surgery to create perfect genitalia amid a "shocking" lack of information on the potential risks of the procedure, a report says.
Research published in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology also questions the very notion of aesthetically pleasing genitals.
Operations to improve the appearance of the sex organs for both psychological and physical reasons are on the rise.
But surgeons said the report overplayed the risks of an established procedure.
Researchers from University College London reviewed all the existing studies on cosmetic labial surgery - which generally involves reducing the amount of tissue that protrudes from the lips which cover the vagina. They found there had been little work to document any longer-term side effects.
Labioplasty, as it is known, costs about £3,000 privately and is offered for a variety of reasons: some women complain that wearing tight clothes or riding a bike is uncomfortable, while others say they are embarrassed in front of a sexual partner.

This is a procedure which we have been doing since the 1970s - any operation performed poorly carries risks, but when it's done properly there are very few issues at all
Angelica Kavouni
Plastic surgeon
But consultant gynaecologist Sarah Creighton and psychologist Lih-Mei Liao challenged the ethics of offering women surgery to address such insecurities, suggesting it was adverts for a "homogenised, pre-pubescent genital appearance" which created these anxieties in the first place.
They also suggested that any pain apparently caused by protrusion may well have a psychological root - noting that male genitalia protrude far further without causing major discomfort.
Counselling and support could therefore be a preferable alternative to surgery, they argue.
Female circumcision
The number of women undergoing labioplasty nationwide is unknown as the majority of the operations are performed privately, but last year procedures on the NHS increased by 70% on the previous year to 1,118.
In studies dating back to 1950, examined by the researchers, dissatisfaction with the way the vagina looked was the primary reason for surgery, with patients also speaking of low self-esteem and sexual difficulties.

Advertisements promote labial surgery as easy answers to women's insecurities about their genital appearances - insecurities that are fuelled by the very advertisements that prescribe a homogenised, pre-pubescent genital appearance standard for all women
Lih-Mei Liao
Report author
But rather than curing sexual problems, Dr Creighton suggested surgery might exacerbate them by damaging the nerve supply to the area, impairing sexual sensitivity and satisfaction.
She also suggests that women who undergo this procedure might experience similar problems in childbirth as those who have experienced female genital mutilation, in which parts of the vagina are ritualistically removed.
It is now well documented that women who have undergone such circumcision are more likely to experience significant tearing and bleeding after labour and even the death of their babies, problems which are overcome by Caesarean delivery.
"Labial surgery needs to be rigorously evaluated in future, and for longer term," said Dr Creighton.
"Furthermore, quality research is needed to improve our understanding of the psychological drivers behind women's decision to sacrifice sexually sensitive tissue that contributes to erotic experiences, for a certain genital appearance that used to be an obligation only for some glamour models."
'Terrorising' patients
Douglas McGeorge, past president of the the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, rejected the comparison with female circumcision, arguing it was a relatively minor operation with few possible complications.
"They've gone a bit over the top. Essentially this is just about removing a bit of loose flesh, leaving behind an elegant-looking labia with minimum scarring. The procedure won't interfere with sexual function.
"Women want this for a number of reasons - some find it uncomfortable to ride a bike for instance, but for the majority it is aesthetic, that's true.
"Lads' mags are looked at by girlfriends, and make them think more about the way they look. We live in times where we are much more open about our bodies - and changing them - and labioplasty is simply a part of this."
Angelica Kavouni, a cosmetic surgeon who carries out labioplasty, said it was wrong to "terrorise patients" with suggestions of long-term consequences.
"This is a procedure which we have been doing since the 1970s. Any operation performed poorly carries risks, but when it's done properly there are very few issues at all.
"I have seen women who I have sent away because I don't think they have a problem, but for women with serious hypertrophy - when the tissue is dark and hangs down - there is a simple way to deal with it. The feedback I receive is very positive indeed."
BJOG editor Professor Philip Steer said the study "underlines the need for multidisciplinary research to investigate the range of factors that affect women's sexual function and wellbeing.
"Reliable information on the risks and benefits of labial surgery, as well as alternative approaches, is vital to ensuring informed choice for women."


1989? Revolutions? Changes? No more Red Communist Bullshit? Welcome to China as dangerous and unpredictable as is G.O. 1984 all over again, schmucks!!!

Thursday, 12 November 2009

China 'running illegal prisons'

By Michael Bristow
BBC News, Beijing

Former inmates claim they were beaten and raped in the jails
China is running a number of unlawful detention centres in which its citizens can be kept for months, according to Human Rights Watch.
It says these centres - known as black jails - are often in state-run hotels, nursing homes or psychiatric hospitals.
Among those detained are ordinary people who have travelled to Beijing to report local injustices.
China says it is a country ruled by laws, but there are other sources to suggest that black jails do exist.
'Punched and kicked'
The human rights group report, entitled An Alleyway in Hell, says ordinary people are often abducted off the streets and taken to illegal detention centres.
They are sometimes stripped of their possessions, beaten and given no information about why they have been detained.

Legal detention centres have also come in for criticism
Human Rights Watch said it collected information for the report by interviewing 38 detainees earlier this year.
"I asked why they were detaining me, and as a group [the guards] came in and punched and kicked me and said they wanted to kill me," one former detainee told the group.
"I loudly cried for help and they stopped, but from then on, I didn't dare [risk another beating]."
Many of those held are petitioners, people who travel to Beijing to present their complaints to the State Bureau for Letters and Calls.
This national government department is supposed to help ordinary people across the country redress their grievances.
But some petitioners are detained by plainclothes security officers when they arrive in Beijing.
"The existence of black jails in the heart of Beijing makes a mockery of the Chinese government's rhetoric on improving human rights and respecting the rule of law," said Sophie Richardson, Asia advocacy director at Human Rights Watch.
Outcry over deaths
China regular denies such claims, but even state-run media outlets have reported the existence of black jails.
The China Daily last week carried a report about the trial of a black jail guard accused of raping a 20-year-old woman who had been detained.
Black jails are just one aspect of China's detention system that have come in for criticism over recent months.
There has been a public outcry over the numbers of deaths in prisons and detention centres, a situation the government has promised to stamp out.

Monday, November 09, 2009

Looking for a body? Why, a head is not enough?!

Another proof of "peaceful" intentions of Islam (no, no, please don't give me that - but it is not all Muslims...). When was the last time you heard about any other religion cutting off heads or stoning?
And what about the recent mass killing by a Muslim Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan (a doctor?) at Fort Hood? Only Allah knows, right?! So what kind of environment he must have been growing up in?
Here he is, quoting (NYT 11/7/09): "In the Koran, you are not supposed to have alliances with Jews or Christians or others, and if you are killed in the military fighting against Muslims, you will go to hell!" How uplifting and carrying, how loving and compassionate, how innocent and deep?

Monday, 9 November 2009, BBC world news

Teacher beheaded in Philippines
Police in the southern Philippines say the severed head of kidnapped schoolteacher has been found in a bag at a petrol station.
Gabriel Canizares was abducted by Aby Sayyaf militants three weeks ago - his body is still missing.
He was travelling with colleagues on the island of Jolo when he was seized.
The militants had demanded a ransom equivalent to $42,000 (£25,000) for Mr Canizares, which his family refused to pay.