Monday, July 31, 2006

Israel backed by army of cyber-soldiers

Translation : Zionist extremists backed by army of cyber-trolls.

“The Jewish bandits are despicable cowards who hide behind women and children.” -SS-Gruppenf├╝hrer J├╝rgen Stroop on the resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto, 1943.

Sounds vaguely familiar..................

Friday, July 28, 2006

Lebanon and the silence of the Pro-Regressives.....

Check out the fireworks in proggie land. Nearly 3 weeks of zionist terrorism later you can hear a pin drop over at mwu. Coincidence? Its almost a replay of their reaction to the tsunamis of 2004 . Instead they got 2 unrelated posts, one by Tarek "brown clown" Fatah detailing his ever contradictory politics, and his full metamorphosis into a neocon(this is particularly evident on the PMU list). Wow. A third world communist remnent becoming a neocon supporting a pro-zionist politician...will wonders ever cease?
Check out this excellent post on T-fat by a Canadian blogger, Tarek Fatah, Islamophobia and the NDP.

....and check ot this gem from the babble : Tarek has no base, thus no loyalty to any constituency. In fact, he has a big chip on his shoulder to the point he would betray his own group to grandstand with neo-conservatives about the "phantom menace of Islamofascism."

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Freedumb of speech eh


The neocon sewer is raising a hissyfit about this cartoon published in a Norwegian paper of israeli prime war criminal Ehud Olmert as a Nazi commander in the concentration camp of Auschwitz. The scene comes from the movie Schindler's List, in which the commander shoots down a random Jew from his balcony. Looks accurate and tame to me but no, "Israel is under attack!!" declare the usual suspects. So I guess all that talk of "freedom of speech" was just a load of hyperbole. As if we didnt know that already....

Monday, July 17, 2006

Retaliation? Facts and Fiction....

From the Representative Press

The fact is the June 25 capture of the Israeli soldier was retaliation for Israel's actions.

According to the reasoning of many pro-Israel supporters, Hamas had the right to rain down thousands of missiles on Israel for the June 24 kidnapping of the brothers from Gaza.

On June 24, when Israel seized two Palestinians in “the first arrest raid in the territory since Israel pulled out of the area a year agothe American mainstream media was silent.

"Israel abducted the two Gaza civilians, a doctor and his brother. We don't know their names. You don't know the names of victims. They were taken to Israel, presumably, and nobody knows their fate. The next day, something happened, which we do know about, a lot. Militants in Gaza, probably Islamic Jihad, abducted an Israeli soldier across the border. That's Corporal Gilad Shalit. And that's well known; the first abduction is not."


A question for those who support retaliation, now that you know the facts, do you support Hamas' retaliation against Israel?

And the June 24 kidnapping of the brothers from Gaza wasn't the first action against the Palestinians in recent weeks.

* On June 8, the Israeli army assassinated the recently appointed Palestinian head of the security forces of the Interior Ministry, Jamal Abu Samhadana, and three others.

* On June 9, Israeli shells killed seven members of the same family picnicking on Beit Lahiya beach. Some 32 others were wounded, including 13 children.

* On June 13, an Israeli plane fired a missile into a busy Gaza City street, killing 11 people, including two children and two medics.

* On June 20, the Israeli army killed three Palestinian children and injured 15 others in Gaza with a missile attack.

* On June 21, the Israelis killed a 35-year old pregnant woman, her brother, and injured 11 others, including 6 children.

* Then came the Israeli capture of two Palestinians on June 24, followed by the Palestinian capture of the Israeli soldier and the killing of the two other soldiers.

After the beach deaths, Hamas, the ruling party in the Palestinian Authority, broke an 18-month ceasefire and joined other militant groups in firing Kassam rockets into Israel. The Financial Times reported on June 23 that the missiles, principally targeted towards the Israel town of Sderot, have caused damage and some casualties but no fatalities in the recent barrages. A June 29 Guardian leader noted that the home-made Kassam rockets are "not in the same league as Israel's hi-tech (though not always accurate) weaponry"

But you supporters of massive retaliation, now that you know the facts, you support massive retaliation against Israel for all the Israeli actions PRIOR to June 25.

Friday, July 14, 2006

Another great ZioNAZI quote

'I don't understand your optimism. Why should the Arabs make peace? If I were an Arab leader I would never make terms with Israel. That is natural: we have taken their country. Sure, God promised it to us(Ben Gurion and the early zionazis were athiests BTW), but what does that matter to them? Our God is not theirs. We come from Israel, it's true, but two thousand years ago, and what is that to them? There has been anti-Semitism, the Nazis, Hitler, Auschwitz, but was that their fault? They only see one thing: we have come here and stolen their country. Why should they accept that?

-David Ben-Gurion, In conversation with Nahum Goldmann, in 1956; as quoted in The Jewish Paradox: A personal memoir (1978) by Nahum Goldmann

Saturday, July 08, 2006

Wikipedia does a hit piece on Dr.Zakir Naik

Seems like wikipedia's reputation as ziopedia is more then just opinion. Check out this attempt by them to pull a strawman act on Dr.Zakir Naik. I think some looser from "faithfreedom" put it to promote serial liar and discredited criminal Ali Sina .

Saturday, July 01, 2006

Dutch government collapses...awww


Looks like the controversy surrounding the lies of the colored mascot of the nazi Dutch right has led to the collapse their government. If I were Dutch I would feeling rather stupid right now. "Charles" BTW is Charles Johnson, the racist head honcho of the ever retarded terrorist LGF hate blog. Not-so-strange bed fellows indeed.

Why Superman should not have returned

I dont usually go to the movies, and with good reason. Between the usual trash churned out by Hollywood and the boneheads(black people you need to quit talking while the movie is playing, that means you Jared. To the pigment challenged, please get a room if you insist on making out because I've been known to toss a cup of ice cold coke on people like you)in the audience I usually prefer the netflix route.
Moving on to our film review...its been 19 years since Supes last graced the silver screen so I was eager to see this film. Unfortunetly the movie didnt deliver. Brandon Routh did a great job but as far as I'm concerned the late Christopher Reeve is THE Superman, but even this film's plot could not have saved him. Special effects aside, Superman Returns doesnt offer anything but a convoluted plot loosely rehashed from the Superman 1 and 2. Dont worry, I'm not giving any spoilers away.
The film will do fairly well but thats about it.Try renting the original made 28 years ago to see the difference. DC's flagship character deserves better.