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A TALE OF TWO SHITTIES

Postby hans christian andersen » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 3:45 pm

HC Andersen Posted : Thu, 28 Jul 2005, 3:37:45 PM
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Once upon a time, there was this big rich neighbourhood musclehead called Sam, who had a very intelligent pal called Moshe living in a crappy neighbourhood which had gold deposits buried underneath. Moshe, through his clever manipulation of the meathead's psyche, convinced the latter that together they could run the neighbours out of town and take over their land and everything underneath. So the two, Sam and Moshe, came into town carrying big sticks and smashed up the neighbours and their belongings and grabbing what was left behind, forcing Ahmed, Anwar and Muhammad to crawl out of town, with their broken spirit between their broken legs.

Seeing all this happening, Ahmed Jr, Anwar II and Muhammad bin Muhammad were incensed and got together to plot how they could get these land grabbers out of their family homes.

Ahmed Jr decided to ram his bicycle into Sam's car and dented his fender...then Anwar II and Muhammad bin Muhammad grabbed a few of Sam's many motorbikes and slammed them into Sam's house. That really made Sam so mad that he poured shit all over the poor neighbourhood and set it ablaze, killing many many many thousands of mother and baby cockroaches as well as other relatives of Ahmed, Anwar and Muhammad.

Having been royally f u c ked, the cockroaches retaliated by infiltrating Sam's and Moshe's homes, causing diseases and plague, which eventually wiped out all of Sam's and Moshe's relatives.

It was a horrible scene, seeing Sam's and Moshe's families being overwhelmed by hordes of cockroaches crawling into their body crevices, eating them from inside out. They kept shooting and killing the cockcroaches but it was hopeless, millions and millions...they kept coming, unrelenting. Finally a random cockroach bit into the gas outlet in the kitchen...at that very moment, Sam's brass balls banged together as he tried to smash one of the insects crawling up his trouser leg. The spark caused by that impact was enough to ignite the gas and the entire house exploded, blowing everything inside to bits. Thus a poetic ending to a human tragedy.

To this day, as we walk pass the lonely cemetary of baby Sams, baby Moshes and baby cockroaches, we wonder "did they all have to die?"

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Postby dot dot dot » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 3:52 pm

A way to tell your kids about Israel and the surrounding Arab countries? :wink:

Eric

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Postby girl23 » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 7:18 pm

u f u c k`g bastard .

Eric from Nobrainland

Postby Eric from Nobrainland » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 7:38 pm

Eric from the Netherlands wrote:A way to tell your kids about Israel and the surrounding Arab countries? :wink:

Eric


Eric you mightn't be the sharpest tool in the box but do you really have to make such an a**hole of yourself.

If you didn't spot the original post in this thread for the nauseating drivel that it most obviously is then you have no right to be pontificating about being normal (see the famous "Censored!!!" thread for Eric's hilarious pencil analogy).

And Mods, yes now is indeed the time for you to step in - presumably Sing is pretty tight on terrorist propaganda - which, just in case you guys are still in primary school, is what the first post in this thread is all about.

Eric from the ghettolands

Postby Eric from the ghettolands » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 11:53 pm

And I could not agree more :lol:

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Postby observer » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 12:05 am

I cannot understand your tightass comments about how this could be construed as terrorist propaganda....I think it is a pretty accurate description of the hatred and counter hatred that is leading people to do insane things, delivered tongue in cheek. Get your head out of your anus and stop critisizing Eric, you stupid half breed.


Eric from Nobrainland wrote:
Eric from the Netherlands wrote:A way to tell your kids about Israel and the surrounding Arab countries? :wink:

Eric


Eric you mightn't be the sharpest tool in the box but do you really have to make such an a**hole of yourself.

If you didn't spot the original post in this thread for the nauseating drivel that it most obviously is then you have no right to be pontificating about being normal (see the famous "Censored!!!" thread for Eric's hilarious pencil analogy).

And Mods, yes now is indeed the time for you to step in - presumably Sing is pretty tight on terrorist propaganda - which, just in case you guys are still in primary school, is what the first post in this thread is all about.

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Postby journalist » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 1:09 am

Thursday, July 28, 2005

Bush won't block abuse of detainees

By HELEN THOMAS
HEARST NEWSPAPERS

WASHINGTON -- President Bush, who bills himself as a "compassionate conservative," refuses to rule out cruel, abusive treatment of prisoners of war and detainees.

He has gone so far as to threaten to veto the vital $491 billion defense bill if an amendment barring mistreatment of prisoners is attached.

This is the president who -- along with Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld -- was shocked last year when he saw photos of leashed naked prisoners under U.S. guard at Baghdad's Abu Ghraib prison.

The irony is that Bush's close adviser, Karen Hughes, has just been put in charge of the State Department's public diplomacy division to improve the nation's tattered global image. Millions spent on this effort will go to waste if we do not wipe out the impression that the United States tolerates torture.

There have been a dozen Pentagon investigations of POW abuse -- the latest by Lt. Gen. Randall Schmidt, who recommended that Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Miller, commander of the Guantanamo Bay prison, be reprimanded for failing to supervise the mistreatment of Mohamed al-Kahtani. He admitted to being "the 20th hijacker" for the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Schmidt said, but was blocked from entering the United States by an alert immigration agent.

But Gen. Bantz Craddock, commander of the U.S. Southern Command, overruled the recommendation that Miller be punished. Miller has a reputation for aggressive methods in the prisons and for introducing dogs at Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib, where he was sent to beef up the interrogations.

Al-Kahtani was threatened with dogs and made to "perform a series of dog tricks," according to an unclassified version of Schmidt's report released earlier this month.

Al-Kahtani also had to stand naked in front of female soldiers, and was forced to wear female lingerie and dance with a male interrogator. Also he had his copy of the Quran squatted on by an interrogator.

These revelations did not evoke universal outrage on Capitol Hill. Sen. James Imhofe, R-Okla., was incensed that investigators put so much energy into the inquiries.

"It's hard to see why we're so wrapped up in this investigation," he said. "We have nothing to be ashamed of."

Last week, Bush dispatched no less an emissary than Vice President Dick Cheney to warn members of the Senate Armed Services Committee against any congressional intervention on detainee interrogations.

The White House told Capitol Hill that Bush's advisers would urge him to veto the multibillion-dollar military bill "if legislation is presented that would restrict the president's authority to protect Americans effectively from terrorist attack and bring terrorists to justice."

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., who was a prisoner of war for six years during the Vietnam War, is proposing an amendment that would set uniform standards for interrogating anyone detained by the Defense Department. He would limit the questioning techniques to those along the lines of the Army field manual, which is undergoing revision.

McCain also proposes all foreign nationals held by our military be registered with the International Committee of the Red Cross, which would block the practice of holding "ghost detainees." Unfortunately it would not cover the CIA's practice of "extraordinary rendition" where we send detainees to other countries for possible torture.

McCain's key amendment prohibits the "cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment" of any person in U.S. custody. The amendment was based on the U.N. Convention Against Torture, which the United States has ratified.

The administration says the treaty doesn't apply to foreigners outside the country. The White House opposes any restrictions it thinks would tie the president's hands in wartime.

The sadistic, humiliating treatment of Iraqis, Afghans and others rounded up by U.S. forces has disgraced the country.

But Bush and Rumsfeld have taken no responsibility.

Brig. Gen. Janis Karpinski, an Army Reserve officer in charge of military police at Abu Ghraib, was demoted and given a written reprimand. But otherwise low-ranking MPs have been forced to take the fall.

It is high time that the Pentagon stopped investigating itself.

Sen. Carl Levin, the top Democrat on the Armed Services Committee, has proposed an amendment to the defense bill to create an independent panel to review the detention and interrogation practices that have led us down this shameful path.

Meantime, consideration of the defense legislation, including the controversial amendments, has been put off until fall. Let's hope wiser and kinder heads prevail by then.

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Postby Vodkashot » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 1:36 am

Eric from the Netherlands wrote:A way to tell your kids about Israel and the surrounding Arab countries? :wink:

Eric

Good one!

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Postby dot dot dot » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 8:35 am

Thanks vodkashot,

seems not everybody can understand the perspective of the tale told by Hans Christian Andersen. :?

And although 'normal' is quite subjective, I'd say that some reactions are not that normal here?

A disconnected brain is disturbing as we all can read. :cry:

All around, have a good day!

Eric

Poor Eric

Postby Poor Eric » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 7:05 pm

Eric from the Netherlands wrote:Thanks vodkashot,

seems not everybody can understand the perspective of the tale told by Hans Christian Andersen. :?

And although 'normal' is quite subjective, I'd say that some reactions are not that normal here?

A disconnected brain is disturbing as we all can read. :cry:

All around, have a good day!

Eric


Sorry to hear about your problem - best way to avoid making a prize diddy of yourself is probably just to stick to football and pencils.


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