Monthly Archives: March 2012

No More shopping trips abroad fro Assads Wife

I told her ages ago to take the kids and go home to momma, but she would not listen and now she’s in deep shit as well. The UNited nations has imposed travelled restrictions on her, has frozen her bank … Continue reading

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MY sympathies to the sniper and his family.

That Maroccan raving lunatic in France epitomises eveything that is rotten in the Muslim world. A misdirected sense of who the enemy is, a porpensity to violence that extends to the killing of children, a showmanship that he considers interesting. … Continue reading

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Lionel Messi, Michael Jordan and Sachin Tendulkar

Lionel Messi, the Barcelona footballer has broken the 60-year club record. He is undoubtedly the best footballer alive today and now the superlatives are getting a little out of hand. He is being compared to Michael Jordan as tempratures rise. … Continue reading

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The American Military in Denial

Sgt Bales walks out his camp in Afghanistan and returns later to hand himself in. In between 19 civilians are killed, 9 of them children with a single shot to the head. Afghans state there was more than one soldier … Continue reading

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Sentimentality, Cruelty and Football

Nietzche is a wonderful philosopher when one is around 21 years of age, full to the brim with power, arrogance and invincibility. He fades as time passes, but many of his pointers runvery deeply and are entirely to the point. … Continue reading

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The Trials and tribulations of El Mezze 86

The residents of El Mezze 86 in Damascus must certainly be wondering what is going to happen to their privileged status when a major battle breaks out nearby between rebel forces and those loyal to Assad on their very doorsteps. The … Continue reading

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Kjell E’s Cool Images – nr 36

HALT…. Not so much a cool image,  as an image that must not ever be forgotten. Of a high voltage wall entrapment, surrounding all of the Auschwitz concentration camp areas. Imagine jews, so exhausted, so cold and sick, that their … Continue reading

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John Demjanjuk is dead

John Demjanjuk is dead. LIke countless Nazi murderers he died at home in his own bed while his sentence of 5 years was being appealed. He was not frozen  to death, worked to death, shot in the back of the head, gassed, whipped … Continue reading

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It Happened 70 years ago to the day Grandpa

Belzec Extermination Camp inaugurated 3/17/1942 By March 17, the main installations of the Belzec Extermination Camp, located near a siding of the Belzec railroad line, had been constructed, tried out, and the program for mass extermination was launched. In experimental … Continue reading

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On War, Sport and Week-ends

What is it about week-ends? I mean when Friday arrives with a collective sigh of relief for the busy little workers of the world and they decide to relax in order to face the next gruelling round of work? LIttle … Continue reading

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