Saturday, December 30, 2006

Saddam Execution: It's Over.

Saddam was executed early morning on Dec 30, 2006.

It happened sooner than I thought; those Shiites didn't waste any time, did they?

Saddam reportedly struggled when the U.S. troops handed him over to Iraqi forces, but soon calmed down. He refused a hood, and clutched a copy of the Koran.

I'm sure Allah will welcome him in Hell.

Of course, we all know how the leftards and the U.N. will react:

Friday, December 29, 2006

Happy New Year!

Another year has come and gone! 2006 has grown old, and 2007 stands ready to be born.

I can hardly wait to see what the new year has in store for all of us!

To all of you who celebrate with a big hullabaloo, stay safe, and to all of you who stay in (like me) and welcome in the new year with those you love and a quiet glass of sparkling wine, try to stay awake 'till midnight! ;)

To all of my blogging friends, I wish you all a happy and prosperous New Year!!!

Saddam To Be Hanged!

Happy New Year... But not for Saddam Hussein, who will be hanged by the neck until he is dead by this Sunday.

Of course, his lawyers are scraping the bottom of the legal loopholes barrell to try to stay the inevitable.


Earlier Thursday, Saddam’s chief lawyer implored world leaders to prevent the United States from handing over the ousted leader to Iraqi authorities for execution, saying the former dictator should enjoy protection from his enemies as a “prisoner of war.” “According to the international conventions, it is forbidden to hand a prisoner of war to his adversary,” Saddam’s lawyer, Khalil al-Dulaimi, said in Amman, Jordan.

And it seems that Saddam himself was unsure of his own fate until very recently, when the signs became unmistakable:

Saddam met with two of his half-brothers on Thursday and passed on personal messages to his family, a lawyer said.

Badie Aref, one of Saddam's lawyers, said the rare meeting with maternal half-brothers Sabawi and Watban Ibrahim Hassanal-Tikriti, who are in U.S. custody, was at the request of the ousted Iraqi leader and took place inside his heavily guarded prison cell in Baghdad.

Aref said Saddam was in very high spirits and had sensed “something was happening relating to the sentence” when prison guards took away a small radio he had been given several months ago.

“He met Sabawi and Watban and gave them letters to his family in anticipation.... He is
clearly unaware of the details of what is happening around him and prepared to give his life as a martyr to his country,” Aref told Reuters by telephone.

“He was in very high spirits and clearly readying himself,” Aref said during a visit to Dubai.

“He told them that he was happy he would meet his death at the hands of his enemies and be a martyr and not just languish in prison in oblivion.”

You know what? I'm happy he won't just sit around in prison, too.

Good riddance to bad rubbish, I say.

Of course, the UN, who is slow to act on REAL human rights violations has condemned the execution:

After his sentence was given, Louise Arbour, the U.N. high commissioner for human rights, urged Iraq to ensure a fair appeals process and to refrain from executing Saddam even if the sentence is upheld.

I wonder how the UN's sudden concern makes the families of those who were found in mass graves feel, or those enduring slow genocide in Africa, for that matter?

Let's hope that for Saddam's sake, the hangman gets the eqation right... Otherwise, Saddam and Tom Ketchum might have a similar fate:

Thursday, December 28, 2006

Islamists Give A Tutorial On Christianity?

American Crusader at Yankees Go Home has a great post about an absolutely unbelievable move by the infamous Islamic Thinkers Society: Advising Christians how to follow their faith.

I'm sure they would take kindly to that if our positions were reversed, don't you?

War On The Dollar?

Jay over at The American Israeli Patriot has an intriguing post about a possible war on the U.S. dollar in the making.

I think it bears a close watch!

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

"Alternative" Christmas Message

Un-Frickin'-Believable! (Sorry that it's a tad late.)

Gerald Ford: Passed On At 93

Goodbye, President Ford. Although I may not have agreed with much of your policy, or that you hung out with The Peanut so much, I wish you a fond farewell, and comfort and prayers for your family.

"Weird Al" Interviews K-Fed

Another little nugget for you Al fans out there: The Al TV interview of Kevin Federline:

No Che At Target.

Target Corp announced that it will be pulling a CD carrying case emblazoned with the crappy red "Che" Guevara's infamous image after public outcry.

From al-Reuters:

Target had touted a music disc carrying case for Che admirers emblazoned with the Argentine-born guerrilla's iconic 1960 portrait by Alberto Diaz, or "Korda." A set of small earphones was superimposed on the image, suggesting he was tuned in to an iPod or other music player.

"It is never our intent to offend any of our guests through the merchandise we carry," Target said in a statement. "We have made the decision to remove this item from our shelves and we sincerely apologize for any discomfort this situation may have caused our guests."

"What next? Hitler backpacks? Pol Pot cookware? Pinochet pantyhose?" wrote Investor's Business Daily in an editorial earlier this month, citing the Guevara case as a model of "tyrant-chic."

Of course, the commie leftistas were also glad to see Che leave Target, but for entirely different reasons: They don't think the establishment should profit from the using the thug's image.

"Che would just be rolling in his grave if he knew his face was making money for Target," said Nell Greenberg, spokeswoman for San Francisco-based Global Exchange. "Everyone who does support that legacy of social justice is certainly not going to be opposed to stopping Target from using that tool."

On a first-name basis with "Che," are we, Ms. Greenberg? Remember this pic of "Che?"

I have to admit, that little bit of capitalistic irony does give me a chuckle... But I prefer to remember Guevarra like this:

Jowhar Regained.

Turning back the barbarian hordes, Ethiopian and Somali government troops have driven Islamic militants (re: terrorist invaders) from Jowhar on their way to Balad, and then the capitol.

Ever the masters of taqiyya, Islamic officials regarded the defeat as a minor setback, and perhaps even just a part of their master plan.

"Our snakes of defense were let loose, now they are ready to bite the enemy everywhere in Somalia," said Sheik Mohamoud Ibrahim Suley.

Of course, the UN has had a constant display of ineptitude in the region, having set up an aid center two years ago that no one in the drought-choked area has been able to get to, and has begun to draft a cease-fire and withdraw plan for Ethiopian troops, who are simply re-claiming their own land!

We can't have those poor, poor Muslims discriminated against, can we?

Ethiopia, for their part, says they simply want to damage the Islamic militia's power so that they can have talks on even footing.

I'm all for that.

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Kwanzaa: A Racist Fabrication

Preface: I posted this last year, and will continue to do so for as long as I blog. (Unless I change my mind. Heehee.) Some may accuse me of racism, or hatemongering, but I don't care: Kwanzaa is a fraud, and I'm not going to let it slide in the interest of being P.C. or 'inclusive.'

Kwanzaa, the completely made-up black alternative to Christmas, does nothing but serve to humiliate African-Americans. This 'holiday' was fabricated in 1966 by Ron N. Everett. Mr. Everett subsequently changed his name to Maulana Karenga, and was a notoriously violent black nationalist throughout the sixties. Karenga was sent to prison in 1971 for torturing two women with a soldering iron and a vise, and other implements. After serving time as a violent convicted felon, he was installed as chairman of black studies at California State University at Long Beach and works there to this day.

Kwanzaa is a seven day celebration taking place from December 26th to January 1st. It incorporates elements from several different holidays, such as a Hanukkah type candle holder, and gift giving associated with secular Christmas. It also incorporates harvest celebrations dating back to ancient Egypt, using corn for symbolism. This is despite the fact that no other culture anywhere on Earth or through history has ever celebrated harvest during winter solstice.

Kwanzaa also uses terminology from the language of Swahili, stating that it is a Pan-African language. This is despite the fact that Swahili accounts for only 7% of Africa's language and that most African-Americans would have been forcibly removed from west Africa, not East Africa where Swahili is spoken. Stating that ANY custom is Pan-African is also a fallacy, as Africa to this day remains tribal and local government are typically brutal military dictatorships bent on genocide, such as what happened between the Hutu's and the Tutsi es in Rwanda.

Further promoting black racism, Karenga also authored the Black Pledge of Allegiance. It is as follows:

"We pledge allegiance to the red, black, and green, our flag, the symbol of our eternal struggle, and to the land we must obtain; one nation of black people, with one G-d of us all, totally united in the struggle, for black love, black freedom, and black self-determination."

That's one of THE MOST racist things I have ever heard. We are ONE nation under God here in America, regardless of our creed or race.

In a poor attempt at Marxism, Karenga has humiliated the African-Americans whom he has bamboozled into celebrating this farce. Anyone who will make the effort to read history can see it, and those who don't, or choose to ignore it, are made the fools and rightly so.

Tree Felling

Crank up the music and watch out: That tree's comin' down today!

Sunday, December 24, 2006

The True Meaning Of Christmas

Merry Christmas to all of my bloggin' buddies!

Friday, December 22, 2006

Christmas Meme

Always On Watch has tagged me, so here goes:

Things I want for Christmas:

1. The squeals of joy as my kids awake to find that Santa has paid them a visit while they slept.

2. A big helping (or two) of my Grandma's fried potatoes... And her Christmas ham. Mmmmm.

3. A night of babysitting (before or after) so the hubby and I can have a little "couple time."

Things I don't want:

1. Any extra poundage from the big meal, and our family has two of them; one on Christmas Eve, and one on Christmas day.

2. Tantrums. 'Nuff said.

3. My cousin to 'mess' with me at the family gathering... Yeah, I know, it's Christmas, good will to men, ect... But she's evil. I'm not kidding.

According to AOW, I must tag five people, so here are the victims: Benning, Beakerkin, Daddio, Eyes, and Barry.

Thursday, December 21, 2006


Our youngest (who has been saying "Daddy" for some time now) just started to call me Mommy!

There's nothing sweeter!

And just so no one feels left out... Connor, the middle child!

Christmas Greetings From al-Zawahiri

You'll enjoy this warm Christmas greeting from our friend, al-Zawahiri:

Cannonball Baptism

OK, I admit it... I haven't been in a serious-news mood for the last few days, and probably won't be until after Christmas.

Enjoy this video; it's a riot!

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Monday, December 18, 2006

Showing What A Little Editing Can Do...

Maybe you can't play an instrument worth a darn, but if you're good at editing, who cares?

Make sure to shut the music off before playing; the controls are to the right, in the sidebar.

Kind of makes you wonder about those "artists," huh?

Congratulations, Fellow People Of The Year!

Congrats, bloggin' friends! You are the Person of The Year, according to Time Magazine!

In perhaps their biggest cop-out ever, Time has decided not to pick one great person, but instead has taken the route of PC generalization: Everybody is great.

From Time(red type mine):

To be sure, there are individuals we could blame for the many painful and disturbing things that happened in 2006. (What, nothing great happened?) The conflict in Iraq only got bloodier and more entrenched. A vicious skirmish erupted between Israel and Lebanon. (Those vicious Israelis, and poor, poor Muslims...) A war dragged on in Sudan. (I'm shocked they even bothered to mention Darfur, even in a passing, non-judgmental to Muslims fashion.) A tin-pot dictator in North Korea got the bomb (I guess that makes him a little more worrisome than a "tin pot dictator."), and the president of Iran wants to go nuclear too. Meanwhile nobody fixed global warming (Oh, dear lawrd, no one heeded Al Gore's warnings, and now we're all gonna die. We in the West are so cruel to the environment. Boo-hoo. Let's not mention the type of polluting that third-world countries do...), and Sony didn't make enough PlayStation3s. Chortle. Snort. How droll.

But fear not, simpletons... Time has vindicated you:

But look at 2006 through a different lens and you'll see another story, one that isn't about conflict or great men. It's a story about community and collaboration on a scale never seen before. (Oooh. Sounds grandiose, don't you think?)It's about the cosmic compendium of knowledge Wikipedia and the million-channel people's network YouTube and the online metropolis MySpace. It's about the many wresting power from the few and helping one another for nothing and how that will not only change the world, but also change the way the world changes.

So let me get this straight... This load of utopianist dross is somehow going to change the world and make it a fantastic place? I post a few goofy videos on YouTube, and suddenly I've "changed the world" and helped my fellow man out of the goodness of my heart? I edit Wikipedia, and I've added to the vast wealth of mankind's knowledge?

Aren't you folks the same sort of liberal people who look down their noses with utter derisement at the blogging community? But I thought I was helping to shape the cosmic compendium of community knowledge...

Let's not get carried away, Time. Sure, the internet is fun, and can be used to exchange information and ideas... As long as you aren't in a country run by a "tin-pot dictator" who limits access through poverty and through outright censorship.

Try Googling whatever you want to in China, or Iran. You won't get very far. Which brings us back to the matter at hand... THE REAL WORLD.

My advice to you, Time: Stick to picking out the real movers and shakers in the world. I may not always agree with you, but at least you haven't wasted my time (heh) with some load of spineless, feel-good tripe.

Ginger The Jihad Angel

From Glenn Beck (.com):

It's the perfect gift for all of the militant extremists on your Christmas list!

Friday, December 15, 2006

Sewing And Stress Relief

I think I will take this weekend to do a little cross-stitching; my hobby of choice!

Here is the project I'm in the middle of:

Here is the designer's website, and here is a wonderful supply site.

Have a great weekend, one and all!

It may take more than sewing to unwind at this point... The children have pushed me out of sewing, past "Calgon take me away," and clear into "a wee dram" land.

It's gonna be an early bedtime tonight...

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Presidential Christmas Carol

NeoCon Command Center is pleased to present the President of the United States giving his rendition of "Deck The Halls."


Speaking Out Against CAIR: Muslims!

As you've no doubt heard by now, American Muslims have been encouraged to file lawsuits against airlines if they feel discriminated against on the journey to Mecca this year.

They've even established a hotline to call if you are a victim of "flying while Muslim!" (The number is 1-800-784-7526. Do with it what you will...)

This pitifully transparent political move has drawn anger from pilots and air marshals, who call the move an attempt to intimidate passengers and crew from reporting suspicious behavior from Muslim passengers, and say it will start a cascade of lawsuits.

After all, you only have to feel discriminated against.

Debra Burlingame, sister of one the pilot of American Airlines Flight 77 calls the push by CAIR a ploy to extort money from the airline industry.

"I think CAIR is soliciting complaints, and if they don't get it, they will make it up," said Ms. Burlingame.

CAIR knows that the poorer Muslims can't afford to make an overseas journey to Mecca. It is logical to assume that only the more well-to-do Muslims will be going, and since they don't need monetary remuneration, guess who'll be raking in the donations... That is, if members of CAIR just don't outright file the lawsuits themselves to start with.

This time, however, CAIR hasn't just hacked off the average Joe... Dr. M.Zuhdi Jasser, the chairman of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy (Gee, MSM, we haven't heard of these guys, have we?) said the statements from CAIR "continues the tired stoking of the flames of victimization."

"They are unfortunately exploiting, for purely political reasons, what should be a sacred and purely spiritual story of our faith's annual holy pilgrimage to Mecca."

"We need new leadership and organizations which use their passions and the bandwidth of the media to lead the ideological fight against radical and political Islam rather than this tired pre-emption of supposed discrimination."

YES! Y-E-S!!!

Why, oh why, can we not hear from more Muslims like Dr. Jasser?

Warm-And-Fuzzy Cute Moment

Isn't this the most adorable thing? This baby giraffe was born at the Bronx Zoo on October 30th, and was six feet tall as a newborn!

Iran And Friends

But, hey... I'm sure that nuclear program he has going is all about energy, and has nothing to do with nuclear weapons.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

International Iranian Insanity

Iran has been kicking it up a notch lately. Just days after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's latest call to destroy Israel, he's at it again, this time at Iran's warm and fuzzy Holocaust Denial Convention.

After calling the annihilation of six million Jews a "myth," he again called for Israel to be "wiped off the map."

"Thanks to people's wishes and God's will the trend for the existence of the Zionist regime is downwards and this is what God has promised and what all nations want," he said.

"Just as the Soviet Union was wiped out and today does not exist, so will the Zionist regime soon be wiped out," he added.

Uh-huh. Except I suspect that unlike the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Israel will actually have a hot nuke launched on them.

Ahmadinejad continues, saying that countries where Holocaust denial is illegal do not respect free speech...

"Iran is your home and is the home of all freedom seekers of the world," Ahmadinejad said. "Here you can express your views and exchange opinions in a friendly, brotherly and free atmosphere."

Oh, HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! This, from a country where women and girls are routinely left dangling from cranes for daring to show their faces, and where human rights organizations classify Iran as one of the worst violators of free speech on the planet.

Does "State-run media" mean anything to you, Momo? How many journalists and bloggers do you have in jail right now?

The head of the Holocaust denial convention claimed that they would form a "fact-finding" committee to study the Holocaust, and said it's members were "not racist or opposed to any particular group."

Yeah, except Jews and women, and Americans, and non-Muslims.

Of course, being a new Muslim territory, France had her share of scholars present. Robert Faurisson, a French so-called scholar, called the Holocaust a "historical lie."

Correct me if I'm wrong, but Photoshop hadn't been invented in the 40's, right?

Other countries such as the U.S., Canada, Switzerland, and Austria had people present, and if I were those governments, I'd bar their re-entry into my country. There were even some self-hating, anti-Israel Jews there.

All of this Iranian guff of course drew criticism from sane members of the world. The Vatican called the Holocaust an "immense tragedy," and German Chancellor Merkel said the Iranian Holocaust denial convention "shows the danger of the situation Israel is in and in particular the threat that Israel lives under."

AMEN, Merkel!

Even the EU Commissioner crawled out from underneath Eurabia's dhimmi fog to express "shock and indignation." Franco Frattini added, "Anti-Semitism has no place in Europe; nor should it in any other part of the world.

Anyone care to place bets on how quickly Ahmadinejad will threaten the Jewish state again? I'll bet you a dozen doughnuts that it'll be before this Friday!

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Wife Beating: Preserving The Stability Of The Family

Islam once again shows us how to take care of women:

Of course, you shouldn't consider beating to be assault, but rather, as THERAPEUTIC:

Of course, the wife is the one causing the beatings with her bad behavior... It could NEVER be that the husband is abusive, or out of control...

Heaven forbid that someone want to bring the Muslim man into the 21st century:

Amazing, isn't it, that human rights groups, and more specifically, women's rights groups aren't screaming out about this!

Monday, December 11, 2006

Islam: Anti-Chivalry In Action

Almost a month ago, I posted about the Women Protection Bill that Pakistani President Musharraf just passed into law that ends the penalty of death (usually by stoning) for extramarital sex, and amends the requirement of a rape victim to somehow produce four male eye witnesses to prove that they were raped, lest they be charged with adultery... And considering the aforementioned punishment for that, you can imagine how many victims ever come forward.

These amendments are a step in the direction of humanity for Pakistan.

Of course, human rights and Islamofascism to together like oil and water, and Sharia law proves it.

Thousands of Islamist protesters congregated in Karachi yesterday to protest the Women Protection Bill, claiming that not forcing rape victims to bring along four amicable men to their trial, and no longer stoning wicked adulteresses to death will somehow turn Pakistan into a "free sex zone," according to one speaker. Others carried signs that read, "Down with Musharraf," and "Down with the Women Protection Law."

Those evil women. I'm sure they'll be having open sex in the streets in no time flat!

Sunday, December 10, 2006

Have A Holly, Jolly Yule?

How would you react if your elementary school child brought this home in his backpack?

(Click to enlarge.)

Parents from the Albemarle School District in Charlottesville, VA. got to find out...

Read the entire story here.

Bad Santa

Pretty soon, anything that is even moderately enjoyable will be illegal in New York.

How far does Nanny Government go in telling us what choices we can make, and how to live our lives?

Godspeed, Discovery!

A breathtaking launch, wouldn't you say?

Friday, December 8, 2006

Behind the Scenes of "White And Nerdy"

For those of you who, like me, can't get enough Al:

Follow God Or Vanish: A Note From Iran

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the West yesterday that we should "Follow the Path of Allah or vanish from the face of the Earth."

Hmm... It sure looks like Mahmoud isn't too interested in that whole Separation of Church and State concept, huh? Isn't it amusing that while the ACLU and their ilk are ripping plastic manger scenes off of courthouse lawns to protect us from feeling uncomfortable around the presence of Christianity, Ahmadinejad is telling us to get in line with his religion or die.

"We hope to have the big nuclear celebration by the end of the year (March 2007)," Ahmadinejad said.

But hey, let's not pay attention to that, let's pay attention to the Iraq Study Group, who wants to have a cozy little sit-down with Iran and Syria.

Thursday, December 7, 2006

A Day Which Will Live In Infamy

Nothing I could do today would be an adequate tribute to those who did not survive Pearl Harbor, and those who did.

I have decided to offer a video montage of sorts.

First, the battle scene from the movie Pearl Harbor:

Next, two survivors of the infamous sneak attack:

Thank you. We will always remember.

Wednesday, December 6, 2006

Forget Snakes... Imams On A Plane!

Hat tip to Angel at Woman Honor Thyself for this fantastic find!

Kind of says it all, huh?

Crazy Christmas Roundup

It's December, and the all-out assault on Christmas is in full swing!

In an effort not to discriminate or offend 'other' religions, Christmas is being banned and swept under the rug in a holiday version of affirmative action: Discrimination to avoid discrimination, and offense to avoid offense.

In the UK, Christmas decorations have been banned by fully 2/3 of all employers, doing away with tinsel and trees. Such festivities are "unprofessional," according to a law firm in Peninsula.

Were Dickins alive today, he could modernize the Christmas Carol by replacing old Ebeneezer with these fools, and at the end NO lesson would be learned.

In Vienna, Austria, St. Nick has been banned in the city's kindergarten.

Is this dhimmitude to the large Muslim population in Europe, or simply "psychology," as municipal officials claim, who argue that Santa is scary to many small kids.

Now, I don't know about you, but two of my kids who are old enough to see Santa at the mall got over that fear at age three.

In Austria, there is a counterpart to St. Nicholas: Krampus. He is a horned, hairy man who gives out coal to the naughty kids, and whips those who will not be good with a switch.

My kids could use a visit from the latter at times...

From Fox News:

For child psychiatrist Max Friedrich, the ban is "total nonsense." He described Nicholas as a "positive figure who encourages and rewards children," in comments Wednesday to the daily Oesterreich.

Officials in several Austrian provinces said they had no plans to banish St. Nick from their kindergartens. In the U.S., some schools celebrate all major religious holidays, using them as a learning experience, while others don't have any observances in order not to offend any group.

Grete Laska, the councilwoman who holds Vienna's youth portfolio, says both Krampus and St. Nick "create fear (and) have no place" in city kindergartens, particularly when parents and schools encourage children not to accept gifts from strangers. The kindergartens can hold Christmas parties- but without St. Nick.

Such arguments don't hold with people like Anna Seiler, with two grandchildren in kindergarten.

"One of them was all sad recently, saying that Santa won't be visiting this year," she said. "I think the parents should get together and complain."

A pediatric nurse, Seiler dismisses arguments that children fear St. Nick. A surgeon dressed as St. Nick "comes every year to the kids on our ward," she said. "They love it."

"I think it's for ethnic and cultural reasons," said Seiler, suggesting it was in deference to Vienna's Muslim population: 400,000 and growing.

And finally, St. Albans, West Virginia has opted to put the baby Jesus in the manger this Christmas after massive public outcry, but without Joseph or Mary.

City officials had erected a purposefully empty manger scene in order to avoid offending other religions, specifically, to uphold the mythical concept oseparationon of church and state.

The display has shepherds, camels, and a star, but no Holy Family. Talk about LITERALLY taking the Christ out of Christmas!

Of course, the city could always contract the University of Texas students to set up a politically correct display:

Click to enlarge.

Forget Snakes... Farts On A Plane!

Hey, no one ever accused this of being a high-class blog!

American Airlines flight 99 made an emergency landing after passengers reported smelling struck matches, and FBI and TSA agents responded to the flight.

After a second thorough inspection of the plane, the passengers and all the luggage, bomb-sniffing dogs found burnt matches.

The FBI questioned passengers until one admitted to 'lighting up' in order to cover embarrassing body odor, and claimed she has a medical condition.

I wonder what 'condition' that would be?

The flight resumed, sans the flatulent woman, who has been banned for "a long time," according to Lynne Lowrance, spokeswoman for the Nashville International Airport Authority.

I wonder how long it will be until the gaseous lady files a discrimination lawsuit... Boo-hoo.

She probably should've looked into one of these:

Tolerate The Intolerant, Infidel!

This post to remain at the top for a couple of days.

Hat tip to Kevin at The Amboy Times for this amazing video clip.

British Mullah Anjum Chaudri condones the killing of non-Muslims because "When we say innocent people, we mean Muslims.... As far as Muslims are concerned, you are innocent if you are a Muslim.... I must have hatred for everything that is non-Muslim."

He goes on to assert that "As far as Muslims are concerned, their allegiance is always with the Muslims, so I would never condemn a Muslim for what he does."

Chaudri then follows up by saying that the entire world is a legitimate target for terror attacks
because it is Dar-al-Harb.

We cannot tolerate the intolerant, ladies and gentlemen.

Tuesday, December 5, 2006

Merry Christmas...

Or, as Putin would say: с Рождеством Христовым, santa пункт, наблюдайте вашу спину!

Moon Base In Our Future?

NASA hopes to have a permanent moon base on the lunar southern pole staffed by 2024.

Deciding to do less for the time being with the now questionable shuttle program, NASA will look back to go forward, adapting and improving on the Apollo technology to get back to the moon's surface.

NASA also hopes that once the moon base is established, the natural hydrogen, oxygen and other resources can be harnessed to help sustain the station, and turn oxygen 'refueling' over to a commercial supplier. They also hope to contract other countries to participate and even adapt to consider commercial interests.

Astronauts would pull six month duty stints.

Read more here.

Here's a desktop to celebrate with; click for a larger image.

Monday, December 4, 2006

The Audible NeoCon, #8

I've decided to change the way I do podcasting... It's difficult to keep a schedule and find a moment of quiet around my house!

I did make a short one today, though... Here it is.

It should play as a Quicktime file.

Ahmadinejad Threatens Israel... Again.

Mahmoud Amadinejad and the Palestinian PM Ismail Haniyeh had a little pow-wow on Friday in Doha, Qatar.

This will come as no surprise to you, but Ahmadinejad threatened Israel yet again.

The Islamic Republic News Agency reported Ahmadinejad as saying, "As everybody knows, the Zionist regime was created to establish dominion of arrogant states over the region and to enable the enemy to penetrate the heart Muslim land."

He went on to say that Israel was "inherently a threat," and is "on the verge of disappearing."

Gee, I can't wait until this freak job has nukes, can you? So much for that letter to the U.S. that claimed he was a seeker of peace...

But Ahmadinejad didn't take all the press time; Haniyeh had a couple memorable quotes of his own:

"The Intifada of the Palestinian nation will continue until the cause of the Palestinians is materialized and Al-Quds Al-Sharif (Jerusalem) is liberated."

Wha... You mean to tell me that the 'Palestinian' people support the outright attacks on Israel?

Ahmadinejad finished up the little get-together with these touching sentiments:

"Today scores of Western politicians are in doubt as to the future of this illegitimate regime and its existence has come under question.

"There is no doubt the Palestinian nation and Muslims as a whole will emerge victorious,"

"The continued commission of crimes by the Zionist regime will speed up the collapse of this fictitious regime," said Ahmadinejad.

It kind of gives you a fuzzy feeling right in the pit of your tummy, huh? Oh, wait... I think that's nausea.

Saturday, December 2, 2006

Seinfeld: The Lost Episode

Hat tip to Joe Gringo for this hilarious piece!

Ahh.... Dreams.

This is my dream car. One day, I will get one...

Friday, December 1, 2006


I'm pretty busy with errand-type stuff today, so I'll be making the rounds on Saturday night (Yeah, I have no life.) or Sunday afternoon!

See 'ya then, and I'll catch up with your stuff soon!