Monthly Archives: October 2011

Flames of Incandescent Terror, the one discharge from sin and error

Now imagine this. That America, in one huge moment of prescience and revelation, understands that in Afghnaistan they are fighting an enemy that not only thrives on warfare but has it as its highest ideal. And that this enemy, not … Continue reading

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Obama as Default

The more I read about Rick Perry, the current front runner for the Republican Party in the Great Campaign to undear Barack Omaba, the more I think that Obama, far from being a lame-duck President, is going to win a … Continue reading

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Liverpool yawn their way to victory over West Brom

Liverpool, in an almost lethargic display of dominance, beat West Bromwich Albion on their home patch yesterday. And that was without Gerrard and Carragher. West Brom were allowed to kick the ball around for a bit but to no avail. … Continue reading

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Assad with his Arse against the Wall

Assad truly has his arse against the wall right now and his use of vivid imagery is flourishing. Listen to this: “The Western countries are going to rachet up the pressure, definitley. Syria is the hib now in this region. … Continue reading

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Kjell E’s Cool Images – nr 16

Here are two shots, courtesy of NASA, that show a non-tethered space walk by the American astronaut Bruce McCandless in 1984.  Using a jetpack, he maneuvered a good distance from the space shuttle, a rather risky feat. February 11 / … Continue reading

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Let Israel enforce a no-fly zone over Syria

Syrian protestors are calling for a no-fly zone over the country so as to stop the Syrian government using their air power to quell the uprisings. They want NATO to provide this umbrella as they did in Libya, but why … Continue reading

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Justice is Blind as a bat

International prosecutors are in “informal contact” with slain Libya leader Muammar Gaddafi’s son, Saif al-Islam, who is wanted for war crimes. They ought also to be in contact with the dozens and dozens of murderers and torturers who were part … Continue reading

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Quingdoms from now on

Hear ye, hear ye, from this day henchforth little royal girls and little royal boys will have equal rights to the throne of England. So If a girl is born before a boy to the heir apparent the boy can … Continue reading

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Violent protests after first Arab Spring Election in Tunisia

Well the first ever elections in the so-called Arab Spring have been held in Tunisia, and guess what? Violent protests have erupted after the results were announced with the winning party scrapping dozens of seats won by the opposition. Police … Continue reading

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Que? I Know Nothing! Nothing!

Well the government in Pakistan has denied everything, very much like Manuel in Fawlty Towers, they know nothing about assisting the Taliban in the war on the Americans, while on the very same day, in a very rare case, so … Continue reading

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