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Friday, January 30, 2009

Floatin' Powa News Service: Who's Next?

Tom Lehrer
Who's Next?

War on Anti-Islamist Speech Heats Up
That a citizen will be dragged before magistrates to be judged on his negative opinions about Islam and Islamists is disturbing enough. More disturbing is that such instances are far from uncommon in this new century. Among the most infamous examples:

In 2004, two pastors were found guilty of violating hate speech laws of Australia's Victoria state following remarks made during a seminar on Islam.

Journalist Oriana Fallaci spent the final months of her life preparing to go to trial for "defaming Islam" in Italy. She succumbed to cancer in 2006.

Due to her strident critiques of Islam and Muslims, actress Brigitte Bardot has been repeatedly convicted and fined for "inciting hatred," most recently in June 2008.

A Canadian tribunal heard a complaint that Ezra Levant had promoted hatred by reprinting the Danish Mohammed cartoons. The charges were dropped last year.

In October 2008, Canadian newsweekly Maclean's was cleared of official wrongdoing for running an excerpt from Mark Steyn's controversial book America Alone.

Some have suggested that Wilders' high-profile case could be a blessing in disguise by helping to shine light on the Islamist agenda in the West. Perhaps. But win or lose, one thing seems certain. Wilders will not be the last citizen made to answer for speech that Islamists and multiculturalists alike yearn to silence. The only question is: who's next?
Turkish prime minister walks off stage over Gaza

One minute! One minute! Mr.Peres, you're older than me. Your voice is coming too loud.
I know that the reason of your voice's coming this loud is a guiltiness psychology. My voice won't come this loud, know that so.....When it comes to kill, you know how to kill very well. I know how you shot, how you killed the children on plages, very well.

Two people who had been prime minister in your country made important statements to me. You have prime ministers who said that "When i get in to Palestine on tanks, i feel myself a different kind of happy." And you're giving me numbers. I can give you names. You may be wonder... I also condemn who acclaims to this grimness......Because i suppose acclaiming the people who killed those children, those people, is another humanity crime. Look, we can not edge out a reality here. I keep a lot of notes here, but i don't have a chance to reply all here. But i only say two words from here.......

First, - Please don't interrupt me!
First, The Torah says in the sixth topic that "You are not going to kill!". There is killing here. Second, -this is also interesting too- Gilad Atzmon: Israel barbarism is on the further side of fiendishness - a Jewish.....

Ohhhhh kee dokee then! NEXT?

Peres Sez: Outburst won't hurt Israel-Turkey ties
Yea well, Peres shoots fuckin' Hopium too

Turkish PM given hero's welcome

Olmert questioned for 12th time

Hamas wants new leadership for Palestinians

Egypt to host $2bln Gaza reconstruction meet on March 2

Israel fighting Spain's war crimes probe

BBC halts inquiry into Gaza charity decision after legal challenge

Mitchell meets BiBi

Mitchell warns of setbacks ahead in Mideast talks

US puts up $20 million for Gaza

Obama's friend Ali Abunimah sez: End of Israel within reach
Obviously this man does not own a Bible...

Ali Abunimah sez: Obama Hiding Anti-Israel Stance
The last time I spoke to Obama was in the winter of 2004 at a gathering in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood. He was in the midst of a primary campaign to secure the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate seat he now occupies. But at that time polls showed him trailing."As he came in from the cold and took off his coat, I went up to greet him. He responded warmly, and volunteered, 'Hey, I’m sorry I haven’t said more about Palestine right now, but we are in a tough primary race. I’m hoping when things calm down I can be more up front.' He referred to my activism, including columns I was contributing to the The Chicago Tribune critical of Israeli and US policy [and said:] 'Keep up the good work!'"
In the Washington Times:
ABUNIMAH: Obama's ambiguity - What it reveals about Mideast 'peace'

What Barack Hussein Obama told the Muslim world: FULL TEXT

Power, Who Called Clinton a "Monster," Joins Obama White House
Samantha Power, Pulitzer Prize winning author and Harvard University academic, will join the Obama White House as a senior foreign policy advisor.

Samantha Power and Israel

Obama Adviser Samantha Power Calls for Invading Israel:

Palin, Obama to share stage this weekend

Obama to Act on Labor Rules, Create "Middle Class Task Force"

Bill Ayers: 'Gutter-crawling rat'

Chuck Missler: Obama and The Muslim World
..because you are neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of my mouth
~Jewsus, on the Popes of Laodicea

Islamic UN nuclear chief named Mohammed says Obama offers hope of 'saner' world
Define SANER. Mo.

Iran SETS CONDITIONS for improved ties with US
First of all the language here implies we are Dhimmi already. Second of all, Iran has ONE condition only - bring us the metaphorical head of Israel on a silver platter. And believe me, we will do it.

Iran WARNS Obama against "Bushite talk"

Were Ahmadinejad's Ancestors Jews?
HAHAHAHA! - that would serve his midget ass right. I guess, by his own world view, he'd have to kill himself then. ULULULULULULULU!

Iraq in Lockdown on Eve of Momentous Elections

North Korea Scraps Military Accords With South Korea

OAS heralds a "new moment of change" in the West
OK....WTF is the OAS, Babba? I'll tell you! it's a Glow Ballin' One World MFing group posing, as they all do, as a philanthropic peace organization:
On April 30, 1948, 21 nations of the hemisphere met in Bogotá, Colombia, to adopt the Charter of the Organization of American States (OAS), which affirmed their commitment to common goals and respect for each nation’s sovereignty. Since then, the OAS has expanded to include the nations of the English-speaking Caribbean, as well as Canada. The principles that embody the OAS grew out of a history of regional cooperation dating back to the 19th century.
Karzai Seeks Afghan Oversight Of Western Troops

Iran, Turkmenistan continue gas projects talks

TURKMENISTAN: Offers to supply gas to Prikaspiiski pipeline
So there's a Prikaspiiski pipeline now too? WTF?

Turkmenistan proposes boosting capacity of planned Caspian pipeline

Russia decides to opt out of Nabucco pipeline project
No shit, Sherlocks!

Europe Concerned Over Dependency On Russian Gas

Ya think?

Europe's Nabucco Delusion

Merkel backs Russian gas pipeline projects

Putin’s Grasp of Energy Drives Russian Agenda

Gazprom passes RosUkrEnergo debt to Naftogaz

Ukraine Concerned By Russian Plan To Enlarge Black Sea Fleet
As well they should be.

Poles, Czechs wary on Russia missile move, eye Obama

As well they should.

Russian, Polish premiers meet amid missile fears

Central Asia Poised To Become the Atomic El Dorado

US Senate Stimulus Bill Opens Nuclear Loan-Guarantee Door

Uzbek Group Linked To Video Terror Threat Against Germany

Uzbek Authorities Deny Reports About Journalists' Arrest

Kazakhstan Seen Preparing To Devalue Currency

Russians to US: Give us the Fed

Investors Say Nyet to Putin’s Ruble After ‘Absurd’ Davos Speech

Text of Putin's Opening Speech At Davos

Russia and Cuba sign partnership at Kremlin talks

Russia’s S7 Cancels Order for 15 Boeing Dreamliners

US men charged in Russia spy case

Pakistan And Russia Agree to Talk

Daghestan's Islamic Fighters Continue To Hone Military, PR Skills
Over the past two years, Ingushetia and Daghestan have eclipsed Chechnya as the most unstable North Caucasus republics. Both regions are plagued by almost daily low-level violence that pits police and security forces against committed Islamic armed militant groups and civilians suspected of sympathizing with or abetting those groups.

At least 34 Interior Ministry officials were killed in Daghestan in 2008 in 96 separate attacks. The most prominent victim was Russian General Valery Lipinsky, who was gunned down on the street in Makhachkala on December 29. The Islamic militant group Shariat Jamaat claimed responsibility for that killing, which it described in a January 5 press release as "a gift from our Amir Muaz to the infidel [Russian Prime Minister Vladimir] Putin."
Daghestan Seeks To Contain 'Religious-Political Extremism'
But if Putin was counting on Aliyev to quash the Islamic resistance, which staged more than 70 separate attacks in 2005 that killed dozens of police and military personnel, he miscalculated.

Despite the deaths of successive leaders and dozens of rank-and-file fighters, Daghestan's Shariat Jamaat not only still exists, but continues to target with deadly regularity those it considers infidels and traitors.
Russia, Abkhazia to sign deal on military bases

VW's truck sales to Russia up 78%

Crimean Tatars Fear Police Plan Forced Relocation

Refined Oil Imports in China Rise

Energy production attracts foreign partners to China

China and EU agree to hold summit

German tanker seized by pirates

Piracy off Nigeria delays oil projects

Security Concerns Rise As Arctic Thaw Spurs Race For Oil
NATO officials and lawmakers from the alliance's member states have gathered in Reykjavik to examine the risks posed by thawing in the Arctic
Iceland 'could join EU by 2011'
Yeah, OK you bastards, meantime, Iceland's government has collapsed NOW and the country teeters on the brink of GOD knows what..... but all the Glow Ballers give a shit about is securing that Arctic oil, fuck the people of Iceland, right? They can wait till 2011. I know, Let's give 'em a lesbian leader. Ya. That'll help. The Gayhad and the Greedhad roll on.
Bank Bailout Could Cost Up to $4 Trillion

Banco do Brasil, Itau Fall After Goldman Sachs Cuts Estimates

Goldman cuts ExxonMobil, removes from Americas buy list

Exxon Mobil Profit Falls 33%, Less Than Estimated

Shell Declines to Comment on Reports of Possible Bid for Nexus

Rhoen-Klinikum gains on Goldman Sachs upgrade

OK, but WTF does Rhoen Klinikum do, Babba?
RHÖN-KLINIKUM is one of Germany's leading private hospital groups. We are committed to the highest standards of patient orientation, combining superior quality and good value of our services for patients. Our company's object is to build and operate hospitals, with our attention clearly focused on acute hospitals at all care levels. When we went public in 1989 we became the first listed hospital group in the country.

RHÖN-KLINIKUM AG shares the values and goals of the German health system. We aim to uphold the efficiency and social acceptability of this system on the basis of the maxim of "rationalisation before rationing".

Up to seven firms could bid for Satyam

Satyam investigation becoming farcical

Immunity for new Satyam Board

Davos diary 2009: Goldman Sachs; Barbara Stocking; IMF

Davos Diary, Day 3: Kofi Annan

NASDAQ Dubai and The Options Industry Council to promte "ME investing education"

Japan Heads for Worst Recession as Output Tumbles

Bloomberg to announce $1 billion in cuts to NYC services on Friday

Freddie Mac extends eviction halt until March

Insider plot to take down Fannie Mae's servers thwarted

Indian gold, euro-priced gold hit records

March of the Glow Ball Eugenecists
An American expert on China’s “one-child” population control policy is urging President Obama to delay restoring funding to the U.N. Population Fund (UNFPA) pending an independent investigation into whether U.S. taxpayers’ money will support coerced abortions in China.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has proposed the creation of a United Nations Economic Council modeled on the UN Security Council.

Dam may have caused deadly China earthquake

4.2 in the Channel Islands

4.5 in New Zealand's Bay of Plenty

4.6 in Seattle

5.1 in the Phillippines

LOCUST SWARM PHOTOS: Plagues Triggered by Serotonin?

ORANGE ALERT: Alaskans brace for Volcano eruption
She's gonna blow!

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