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Monday, January 30, 2012

Jury finds Afghan family guilty in 'honor' killings

Not quite calling it an Honor Killing but close, guilty convictions either way!

Islam, the religion of Pieces of Shit!

A jury on Sunday found an Afghan father, his wife and their son guilty of killing three teenage sisters and a co-wife in what the judge described as "cold-blooded, shameful murders" resulting from a "twisted concept of honor" in a case that shocked and riveted Canadians.
Prosecutors said the defendants allegedly killed the three teenage sisters because they dishonored the family by defying its disciplinarian rules on dress, dating, socializing and using the Internet.
The jury took 15 hours to find Mohammad Shafia, 58; his wife Tooba Yahya, 42; and their son Hamed, 21, each guilty of four counts of first-degree murder. First-degree murder carries an automatic life sentence with no chance of parole for 25 years.

Occupy Oakland arrests reach 400; City Hall vandalized

I mean really, What is the point?

The whole occupy movement is so over it is ridiculous, and yet a small herd of retards are still acting like little sixties leftovers and rioting and vandalizing everything they see/occupy.

Occupy protesters = big Jackass losers.

Chicago Tribune

Officials surveyed damage Sunday from a volatile Occupy protest that resulted in hundreds of arrests the day before and left the historic City Hall vandalized after demonstrators broke into the building, smashed display cases, cut electrical wires and burned an American flag.

Police placed the number of arrests at about 400 from Saturday's daylong protest — the most contentious since authorities dismantled the Occupy Oakland encampment late last year.

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Oakland police arrest more than 100 Occupy protesters

The protesters were walking through Laney College around 2:30 p.m. Some people were wearing bandanas over their mouths and others were holding signs saying, "We are the 99%." A marching band dressed in pink and black tutus and neon pick tights also was in the crowd.

Yep wearing pink tutus will get you your way! this is who we want to lead us into the future!

If the Occupy movement has not gotten the Memo, that the movement is flat out over, then I guess they should be beaten.

Dozens of people were arrested in downtown Oakland skirmishes on Saturday, as an estimated 2,000 Occupy protesters tried to take over the grounds a vacant convention center, then broke into City Hall.
Police used tear gas and "flash" grenades in the afternoon against protesters who tried to tear down fences around the vacant Henry Kaiser Convention Center, where they hoped to establish a new camp. Police said some demonstrators started throwing objects at officers. There were at least 19 arrests in the afternoon.
After 6 p.m. (9 p.m. ET), police in riot gear declared a group of protesters gathered near the YMCA under mass arrest for failing to disperse, according to local media reports and livestreams. Police said about 100 demonstrators were arrested.

U.N. nuclear team arrives in Iran

Big deal, the U.N. gets pushed around by Muslim Countries all the time.
nothing will come of this, it is a big waste of money and breath.

The U.N. fears the little ankle biter of Iran.

(CNN) -- International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors arrived in Iran early Sunday for a three-day visit to examine the nation's controversial nuclear program, state media reported.
The six-member delegation, including chief inspector Herman Nackaerts, arrived at Tehran's Imam Khomeini International Airport, Press TV reported.
"We are trying... to resolve all the outstanding issues with Iran," Nackaerts told reporters earlier, as he was about to leave Vienna, Austria, according to Press TV. "We are looking forward to the start of a dialogue, a dialogue that is overdue."
A day earlier, Iran's envoy to the energy agency said he was hopeful the trip will "resolve any ambiguity and show (our) transparency and cooperation with the agency."

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Rep. Barney Frank to marry partner in same-sex ceremony

No wonder he was stepping down!

More Peace and Tolerance From Islam.

Attacks by Suspected Insurgents Kill 17 in Iraq

Yeah that country we really tried to help, you know the one that was saying that if the Americans would just leave all the fighting would stop!

Yeah right.

ABC News
Insurgents stepped up attacks around Iraq on Thursday, killing 17 people around the country, including 10 in a bombing attack on a house of two policemen and their families in central Iraq, police and hospital officials said.

At least 190 people have been killed in a wave of attacks by since the beginning of the year, raising concerns that the surge in violence and an escalating political crisis might deteriorate into a civil war, just weeks after the U.S. military withdrawal. Most of the dead in the wave of attacks have been Shiite pilgrims and members of the Iraqi security forces.

Two bombs planted at an entrance to a popular cafe in predominantly Sunni district of Sadiyah in southwestern Baghdad, killing three people and wounding 17 others, police officials said. A police officer was shot dead in the same neighborhood.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Arab League turns to U.N. as Gulf observers quit Syria

This is funny stuff here.

Syria is killing its people at will, the monitors (not peace keepers) are quitting there observations because Syria will not heed the warnings.

They can not get an Arab solution that they are requesting, so now the U.N.

This all means that Muslim dictators are allowed to indiscriminately kill whoever they want and nobody can control them. And now they are ensuring the continuation of the killings by taking it to the U.N.. (Useless Nitwits)

And really, Nobody else in the world seems to care.

(Reuters) - Gulf Arab states withdrew their observers from Syria on Tuesday after it rejected an Arab League plan for President Bashar al-Assad to surrender power, prompting the group's chief to call for U.N. help in ending Syria's bloody upheaval.

Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem accused the League of plotting to engineer foreign intervention. Thousands of civilians and members of security forces have been killed in the 10-month-old uprising against Assad.

Despite Syria's anger, Moualem agreed to extend by a month the mission of the remaining Arab League observers who are monitoring implementation of a plan to end the bloodshed. But he scornfully rejected the League's latest proposal.

"Definitely the solution in Syria is not the solution suggested by the Arab League, which we have rejected. They have abandoned their role as the Arab League and we no longer want Arab solutions to the crisis," Moualem said.

"Heading to the Security Council will be the third stage in their plan, and the only thing left is the last step of internationalization," he told a news conference in Damascus.

"They can head to New York or to the moon. So long as we are not paying for their tickets it is none of our concern."

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Egypt's Islamists Win 75 Percent of Parliament

75%, that is the majority, that is the end of Egypt as a tourist destination (for those of us who have some common sense)

Obama Should be very pleased over this!

ABC news
Final results on Saturday showed that Islamist parties won nearly three-quarters of the seats in parliament in Egypt's first elections since the ouster of authoritarian president Hosni Mubarak, according to election officials and political groups.

The Islamist domination of Egypt's parliament has worried liberals and even some conservatives about the religious tone of the new legislature, which will be tasked with forming a committee to write a new constitution. It remains unclear whether the constitution will be written while the generals who took power after Mubarak's fall are still in charge, or rather after presidential elections this summer.

In the vote for the lower house of parliament, a coalition led by the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood won 47 percent, or 235 seats in the 498-seat parliament. The ultraconservative Al-Nour Party was second with 25 percent, or 125 seats.

Link Dump.

Hong Kong Freezes Megaupload Assets ( Scary now that the U.S. is trying to enforce our laws in Other Countries)(Leave it to the Obamasiah and his minions)

Nigeria violence: Many dead after Kano blasts (yep, more upity muslims killing innocent people)(Is it me or does it seem like the Muslim world would like to commit Genocide against all the people of the world unlike them?)

Taliban say Afghan soldier who killed French troops was a recruit. ( more reason to kill every Taliban member in the world instead of suck them off and talk peace with them, Get a clue Obama)

As Obama delays controversial Keystone oil pipeline, vast network of pipelines already in place ( One more reason that Pres. Obama Is a two faced lying s.o.s that is not good for the country)

What Is Going On?

No I have not been protesting the SOPA And PIPA But I am glad that the Morons trying to destroy the Internet have pulled their heads out of each others ass's and scrapped their plans for now (I'm sure they will Be back).

Everything is a bit upside down, I now work third shift, Full Time, and am a full time student, full time husband and a full time Father( or asshole depending on which kid you ask) free time is pretty much non existent.

Work is necessary, I am glad to have a job, school also necessary, I hate my job and would like a better one. the family life well that is always a struggle.

I am getting down to the last few classes in my degree(Networking) they are pretty involved and hardcore, if any of you have ever been into networking you may well understand, I have Had it up to my eyeballs with subnetting and TCP/IP, not to mention network design and analysis.

Either way, it is what it is, I have no free time.

So i will be blogging on a more limited basis, more link dumps than anything, but I will still post a few things here and there.

That is about it, that is what is going on.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Web Protests Piracy Bills, and Senators Change Course

“better to get this done right rather than fast and wrong. Stealing content is theft, plain and simple, but concerns about unintended damage to the Internet and innovation in the tech sector require a more thoughtful balance, which will take more time.”

How about just leaving the internet Alone!

Or at least leave it to people who know what they are doing instead of rejects that have their heads up their ass's and can't even manage Money!

New York Times
Online protests on Wednesday quickly cut into Congressional support for anti-Web piracy measures as lawmakers abandoned and rethought their backing for legislation that pitted new media interests against some of the most powerful old-line commercial interests in Washington.

A freshman senator, Marco Rubio of Florida, a rising Republican star, was first out of the starting gate Wednesday morning with his announcement that he would no longer back anti-Internet piracy legislation he had co-sponsored. Senator John Cornyn, the Texas Republican who heads the campaign operation for his party, quickly followed suit and urged Congress take more time to study the measure that had been set for a test vote next week.

Mr. Cornyn posted on his Facebook page that it was “better to get this done right rather than fast and wrong. Stealing content is theft, plain and simple, but concerns about unintended damage to the Internet and innovation in the tech sector require a more thoughtful balance, which will take more time.”

Monday, January 16, 2012

A.J Eric Holder Pulls the Race Card;Sorta

"Protecting the right to vote, ensuring meaningful access, and combating discrimination must be viewed, not only as a legal issue - but as a moral imperative," Holder said. "Ensuring that every eligible citizen has the right to vote must become our common cause."

Uh, how do you know if they are eligible citizens Dumbass?

This is such bullshit, it allows anyone from any country to cast a vote in our elections, all you have to say is; why yes I am an American citizen.

What ever happened to being a responsible adult?
If you drive, legally you have to have a drivers license.
so what is the difference in casting a vote?

Playing the Poor me Race card is a tragic way to start off the whole election season, now their will be disenfranchised voters everywhere that do not agree with results of any voting that does not go with their ideals.

(Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, appearing at a Martin Luther King holiday rally in South Carolina, warned on Monday that voting rights laws are still at risk and said aggressive enforcement of those laws is "a moral imperative."

Weeks after his Justice Department blocked a South Carolina voter identification law it said would make it harder for tens of thousands of voters, mostly minorities, to cast a ballot, Holder said the principle of electoral equality was still endangered.

"The reality is that - in jurisdictions across the country - both overt and subtle forms of discrimination remain all too common," Holder, who is black, told hundreds of people attending an annual rally to honor King, the slain civil rights leader, on the steps of the South Carolina state capitol.

"Protecting the right to vote, ensuring meaningful access, and combating discrimination must be viewed, not only as a legal issue - but as a moral imperative," Holder said. "Ensuring that every eligible citizen has the right to vote must become our common cause."

Al-Qaida in Yemen captures town south of capital

Such a scenario could turn Yemen into something akin to Taliban-ruled Afghanistan, a sanctuary for militants from the world over where they could plot high-profile terror attacks against the United States and its allies.

Well at least we will be able to stomp a lot of Al Qaida douchebags in one place if we need too.

A band of al-Qaida militants took full control on Monday of a town 100 miles south of the Yemeni capital Sanaa, overrunning army positions, storming the local prison and freeing at least 150 inmates.

The capture of the town of Radda expanded already significant territorial conquests by the militants, who have taken advantage of the weak central government and political turmoil roiling the nation for the past year during an anti-regime uprising inspired by Arab Spring revolts.

Authoritarian President Ali Abdullah Saleh recently agreed to step down after months of resisting the protests against his 33-year rule. But he remains a powerful force within the country and a spark for ongoing unrest.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Pakistan Taliban leader reported dead in U.S. strike

Hakimullah Mehsud may be dead! Maybe not dead?

We can only hope, we have heard of his death before and been wrong about it too!

But due to the fact that the drone strikes have been on a hiatus for a few months and the fact that the administration had said that they would still have a strike if the right piece of shit popped up!

Hakimullah is a big POS!

USA Today
Intercepted militant radio communications indicate the leader of the Pakistani Taliban may have been killed in a recent U.S. drone strike, Pakistani intelligence officials said Sunday. A Taliban official denied that.

The report coincided with sectarian violence — a bomb blast in eastern Pakistan that killed 14 people in a Shiite religious procession.
The claim that the Pakistani Taliban chief was killed came from officials who said they intercepted a number of Taliban radio conversations. In about a half a dozen intercepts, the militants discussed whether their chief, Hakimullah Mehsud, was killed on Jan. 12 in the North Waziristan tribal area. Some militants confirmed Mehsud was dead, and one criticized others for talking about the issue over the radio.
The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to reporters.
Pakistani Taliban spokesman Asimullah Mehsud denied the group's leader was killed and said he was not in the area where the drone strike occurred.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Roadside Bomb Kills Dozens in Southern Iraq

Another day another holy Shiite bombing.

Iraq is such a nice place to live now that the U.S. Military are gone, almost daily bombings make it one of the most unsafe places in the world to live right now.

The funny thing is, remember how all reports said the violence would stop once we leave, because we were the Problem? Yeah right, Islam is the problem.

Islam the religion of ethnic and religious genocide against its own people!

The New York Times
Insurgents mounted another vicious attack against Iraq’s Shiites on Saturday, as a roadside bomb was detonated near a group of pilgrims who were marching to a mosque in the southern part of the country to mark one of their holiest holidays.
Around 8:30 a.m., the explosion ripped through a tent where pilgrims had stopped to be fed in the southern city of Basra, killing 30 people, including several police officers at a nearby checkpoint, and wounding dozens, according to local officials.

The pilgrims were marching to a mosque in the city of al-Zubair, just west of Basra, for the last day of Arbaeen, the solemn holiday at the end of the 40-day mourning period for the death of Imam Hussein ibn Ali, the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad. Most Shiites typically make pilgrimages to the city of Karbala, where Imam Hussein ibn Ali is buried. But those who do not have the stamina or time to march to Karbala make a shorter trip to the Khatwa mosque, a Shiite holy site in al-Zubair.

During the past 10 days, insurgents have unleashed a string of attacks on Shiites as they have made pilgrimages leading up to Arbaeen in an apparent attempt to stir sectarian violence amid a month long political crisis that has roiled tensions between the country’s Shiite and Sunni politicians.