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The Right of the People to be Secure in their Persons, Houses, Papers, and Effects,
Against Unreasonable Searches and Seizures,
Shall Not Be Violated


Saturday, December 20, 2008

That Clears It Up

Over at The Gunslinger:

Thursday, December 18, 2008

A Friend Sent Me This...
.Some folks have been confused about the terms: Red State and Blue State

I thought he covered it pretty well.

The Gunslinger

Pastorius adds: Let's just remember, these people mean well.


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Any Muslim killed fighting Israel goes to paradise, says MPAC spokesman

From a Telegraph.co.uk article (with a hat tip to Charlie Flowers):

The Muslim Public Affairs Committee (MPAC) is one of the media's favourite Muslim organisations - radical and outspoken but not extremist, we're led to believe. One of its spokesmen, Asghar Bukhari, is a particular favourite of the BBC, whose Asian Network describes how he has "set up Media response workshops to educate and engage Muslims about dealing with the media."

So I was interested to see how Bukhari would "deal" with me when I rang him to ask about an interesting discovery by The Centre for Social Cohesion, in my opinion the most formidable of the think-tanks monitoring Islamic extremism, which has been rooting around Facebook discussions.

In one recent thread, Bukhari says: "Muslims who fight against the occupation of their lands are 'Mujahadeen' and are blessed by Allah. And any Muslim who fights and dies against Israel and dies is a martyr and will be granted paradise ... There is no greater oppressor on this earth than the Zionists, who murder little children for sport."

Well, Bukhari didn't evade the question. He confirmed that the Facebook discussion was authentic, and said: "I stand by that [his comments], and I think any Muslim in the world stands by that ... if you think I'm going to tap dance for you and say 'These Muslims are really bad and should sort their own house out', then I'm not going to."

Indeed, he added, if that was my view then I could "p--- off."

Hmm. Is that the technique that Bukhari recommends in his media workshops? He also said that he was prepared to repeat his Facebook comments to any TV station that wanted to interview him. But, you know, I'm not so sure that the references to paradise for anti-Israel "fighters" and the description of Zionists as casual child-killers were intended for public consumption. Which is why he lost his cool when I rang. Asghar, mate, let me give you a media tip: Facebook rants aren't private.

I think we should all stop using the term, "moderate Muslim." It is pointless and misleading, as the famous moderate, Asghar Bukhari demonstrates. We should come up with a name for Muslims who straightforwardly reject the violent, intolerant passages in the Qur'an and openly reject the supremacist ideology strewn throughout Islamic teachings. Read more: The Search for the Moderate Muslim.

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Friday Night Clarity

Howie put up Metallica's Whiskey in the Jar video at Rusty's juke. Not to be outdone I give you the really NSFW version for your insomniac Friday night/Saturday morning viewing, but only link it for the faint of heart.

C'mon, the song's a classic ;>)

UPDATE: Howie changed his link & is now showing the same version. NICE!!! First Amendment forever!

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Friday, December 19, 2008

Who Paid For Congressman Ellison's Hajj?

According to this at Creeping Sharia:
...The trip was paid for by the Muslim Brotherhood linked Muslim American Society’s Minnesota chapter.
Of course, Ellison, through his spokesman Rick Jauert, at first claimed that he paid for the jaunt himself.

Let's remember that this is the same Hajj filled with chants of "Death to America!" As far as I've been able to find out, Ellison hasn't said one word about those chants.

No, indeed.

Instead, he keeps blathering on about what a wonderful kumbaya experience the Hajj is.

Yeah, right.

What is Congressman Ellison doing still serving in our Congress?

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CAIR Objects To Jesus Toy

Another indication that Islam is supremacist in orientation and that Moslems here in the States are getting too damned pushy.

From this posting at Yid With Lid:
The Long John Silver's in the Mall of America, had a toy in its Kids Meal that included a Bible Phrase and the not "Build with Jesus" written at the top. Last month a Muslim Family went to the restaurant and became outraged when they did not have any toys without the quote, so they complained to the Terrorist Support Group CAIR who called for a Probe of the company's toy distribution policy (Long John Silvers is owned by Yum! Brand who also owns KFC Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and A&W All-American Food).


And If they are so upset with Christian Toy, let them try going to into Saudi Arabia with a Christmas Tree and see how fast their asses get dragged into Jail.

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Solidarity Against Jihad

Thanks to BabbaZee for sending this to me.


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On the Lighter Side

On the lighter side - this joke explains all you need to know about Israeli-Palestinian politics.

What happens when a fly falls into a coffee cup?

The Italian - throws the cup, breaks it, and walks away in a fit of rage.

The German - carefully washes the copy, sterilizes it and makes a new cup of coffee.

The Frenchman - takes out the fly, and drinks the coffee.

The Chinese - eats the fly and throws away the coffee.

The Russian - Drinks the coffee with the fly, since it was extra with no charge.

The Israeli - sells the coffee to the Frenchman, the fly to the Chinese, drinks tea and uses the extra money to invent a device that prevents flies from falling into coffee.

The Palestinian - blames the Israeli for the fly falling in his coffee, protests the act of aggression to the UN, takes a loan from the European Union to buy a new cup of coffee, uses the money to purchase explosives and then blows up the coffee house where the Italian, the Frenchman, the Chinese, the German and the Russian are all trying to explain to the Israeli that he should give away his cup of tea to the Palestinian.
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Condi Blasts "Loathsome" CNN Reporter For Trashing US

Condi clearly has little patience for this idiotic CNN reporter.

From Gateway Pundit:

CNN reporter Zain Verjee interviewed Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on the shoe-chucking incident in Baghdad. Vergee asked Condi how it feels knowing America is so loathed. 

Condi's response to this US-basher was excellent:

Here's part of the exchange:

Zain Verjee: ...But the United States is so loathed!

Condoleezza Rice: The United States is not loathed. The policies of the United States are sometimes not liked. People don't like that we've had to say hard things and do hard things about terrorism. People don't like that we've spoken fiercely for the right of Israel to defend itself at the same time we've worked for a Palestinian State. But I have to go back. So many people in and around when that incident happened told me how embarrassed they were by the fact that that had happened.

Verjee: Do you regret...

Condoleezza Rice: No. Only that the focus of those who were supposed to be reporting history didn't focus on the historical moment which was- This was the president of the United States in Baghdad, for goodness sakes, with the freely elected prime minister in a show of friendship.
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Little 'Adolf Hitler' Denied Birthday Cake at New Jersey Grocery Store

You know. You really have to wonder ...

I have no words for these people.

EASTON, Pa. — The father of 3-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell, denied a birthday cake with the child's full name on it by one New Jersey supermarket, is asking for a little tolerance.

Heath Campbell and his wife, Deborah, are upset not only with the decision made by the nearby ShopRite, but also with an outpouring of angry Internet postings in response to a local newspaper article about the cake.

Heath Campbell, who is 35, said in an interview Tuesday that people should look forward, not back, and accept change.

"They need to accept a name. A name's a name. The kid isn't going to grow up and do what [Hitler] did," he said.

After ShopRite refused the request for the cake as inappropriate, the Campbells got a cake decorated at a Wal-Mart in Pennsylvania, Deborah Campbell said.

About 12 people attended the birthday party on Sunday, according to Heath Campbell.

The Campbells' other two children also have unusual names: JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell turns 2 in a few months and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell will be 1 in April.

Heath Campbell said he named his son after Adolf Hitler because he liked the name and because "no one else in the world would have that name."

Gee. I wonder why?

UPDATE: Here's a pix of the happy bundist.

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Drill: World Bank: Russia may need help if oil falls more

We need to get it drilled into our heads,

the drill is,

we need to drill more, and drill now,

and if we do,

then we will drill tyrants like Putin, Ahmadinejad, and King Abdullah into the ground.

MOSCOW (AP) - Russia would come under crippling financial pressure and may need to raise money externally if oil languishes at an average of $30 a barrel over the next two years, the World Bank predicted Friday.

The bleak scenario would mark a rapid unraveling of Russia's oil-fueled economic gains over the past eight years, during which time the government has paid down most of its foreign debt and built up a vast stockpile of international reserves.

"If oil prices in 2009 and 2010 average $30 a barrel, that would be a nightmare scenario for a global economy," Zeljko Bogetic, the World Bank's chief economist in Russia told investors on Friday. "The pressures on the current account and public finances in Russia would quickly rise to a point where the financing constraint would become so sharp that it's possible even to envisage Russia's return from a creditor to international organisations to (that of) a borrower."

At $50 a barrel, Russia could drain much of its reserve funds and run budgetary deficits, but would not face a "meltdown" scenario, said Bogetic.

Oil prices took a sharp turn downward this week, with the February light sweet crude contract trading just over $42 a barrel—more than $100 lower than its July peak—despite a large output cut pledged this week by oil producers' cartel OPEC.

Some major oil-importing countries have criticized OPEC's move to push up prices during a global slowdown.

The World Bank currently forecasts an average oil price of $75 a barrel over the next two years, said Bogetic.

Among emerging markets, Russia has been one of the hardest hit by the global financial crisis and plunging oil prices, the mainstay of the Russian economy. These factors have put the national currency under intense strain and triggered massive stock market losses and capital outflows from the country.

Russia, which grew at over 8 percent last year, is facing a severe slowdown in growth, and possibly even recession next year, analysts say. Torrid figures released earlier this week showed that industrial output had plunged 10.8 percent in November from the previous month, signaling a dramatic slowdown in the final quarter.

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Merry Christmas

Pastorius told me it would be a good idea to put up this greeting here, as it fits in with the theme of this blog because it reflects the Hope of Christmas and the beauty of dogs.

I'll let you have a recent picture of Jack, Pastorius! He is four now (he was eight months when the picture was taken), a strapping stud dog and would make an excellent "Infidel Hunk".

The Editrix

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U.S. Joins Muslim Nations In Refusing To Sign UN Declaration To Decriminalize Homoseuxuality


UNITED NATIONS – Alone among major Western nations, the United States has refused to sign a declaration presented Thursday at theUnited Nations calling for worldwide decriminalization of homosexuality.

In all, 66 of the U.N.'s 192 member countries signed the nonbinding declaration — which backers called a historic step to push the General Assembly to deal more forthrightly with any-gay discrimination. 

More than 70 U.N. members outlaw homosexuality, and in several of them homosexual acts can be punished by execution.

Co-sponsored by France and the Netherlands, the declaration was signed by all 27 European Union members, as well as Japan, Australia, Mexico and three dozen other countries. 

There was broad opposition from Muslim nations, and the United States refused to sign, indicating that some parts of the declaration raised legal questions that needed further review.

"It's disappointing," said Rama Yade, France's human rights minister, of the U.S. position — which she described as in contradiction with America's long tradition as a defender of human rights.

According to some of the declaration's backers, U.S. officials expressed concern in private talks that some parts of the declaration might be problematic in committing the federal government on matters that fall under state jurisdiction. In numerous states, landlords and private employers are allowed to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation; on the federal level, gays are not allowed to serve openly in the military.

Carolyn Vadino, a spokeswoman for the U.S. mission to the U.N., stressed that the United States — despite its unwillingness to sign — condemned any human rights violations related to sexual orientation.

Gay rights activists nonetheless were angered by the U.S. position.

"It's an appalling stance — to not join with other countries that are standing up and calling for decriminalization of homosexuality," said Paula Ettelbrick, executive director of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission.

She expressed hope that the U.S. position might change after President-elect Barack Obama takes office in January.

Also denouncing the U.S. stance was Richard Grenell, who until two months ago had been the chief spokesman for the U.S. mission to the U.N.

"It is ridiculous to suggest that there are legal reasons why we can't support this resolution — common sense says we should be the leader in making sure other governments are granting more freedoms for their people, not less," said Grenell, who described himself as a gay Republican. "The U.S. lack of support on this issue only dims our once bright beacon of hope and freedom for those who are persecuted and oppressed."

More than 50 countries opposed to the declaration, including members of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, issued a joint statement Thursday criticizing the initiative as an unwarranted attempt to give special prominence to gays and lesbians. The statement suggested that protecting sexual orientation could lead to "the social normalization and possibly the legalization of deplorable acts" such as pedophilia and incest.

The declaration also has been opposed by the Vatican, a stance which prompted a protest in Rome earlier this month.

A Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi, said the Roman Catholic Church opposed the death penalty and other harsh repression of gays and lesbians, but he expressed concern that the declaration would be used as pressure against those who believe marriage rights should not be extended to gays.

A new Vatican statement, issued Thursday, endorsed the call to end criminal penalties against gays, but said that overall the declaration "gives rise to uncertainty in the law and challenges existing human norms."

The European nations backing the declaration waged their campaign in conjunction with the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The Dutch foreign affairs ministerMaxime Verhagen, said countries that endorsed that 1948 document had no right to carve out exceptions based on religion or culture that allowed discrimination against gays.

"Human rights apply to all people in all places at all times," he said. "I will not accept any excuse."

He acknowledged that the new declaration had only symbolic import, but said it marked the first time such a large number of nations had raised the cause of gay rights in the context of General Assembly proceedings.

"This statement aims to make debate commonplace," he said. "It is not meant to be a source of division, but to eliminate the taboo that surrounds the issue."

Although the declaration's backers were pleased that nations on six continents had signed it, there were only two from Asia and four from Africa.

There may be more to this than I understand at this point, but from the information presented in this article, I have a very hard time understanding how we could have opposed such a non-binding resolution. The issues or whether landlords have a right to discriminate against gays, of whether gays can serve in the military, etc. have very little to do with whether homosexuality is considered to be criminal or non-criminal.

I will read more on this UN resolution, and I would not be surprised to find that AP is purposefully avoiding some very real issue in their article. However, as the information is presented, I find it appalling that the United States could not have done more.

The criminalization of homosexuality in Muslim nations, and the fact that the death penalty is often handed down for the crime of being gay, is one of the central issues of our time. The United States ought to be taking the lead on this issue, not citing technicalities in justifying opposition to such a resolution.

The truth of the matter is that the United States is actually at the forefront of "gay rights". There are only seven nations in the entire world where gay people can get married. One of those seven nations is the United States.

Same-sex marriage


Norway (2009-1-1)
South Africa

Recognized in some regions

United States (CTMA)

It will be interesting to see whether the AP has buried some very reasonable American objection to this resolution.
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