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January 2005 - 11.45pm
Cook throws a spazz over my support for Marat Safin in the Aus Open
Ripe Candidate For A DOS Attack
Aussie for ya. This guy wouldn't know shit from clay about determination
and stamina. Fuckwit!
like to point out to our Asian-hating
racist that inviting DOS attacks on people probably isn't a smart
Niall, how'd you enjoy tonight's
Must be all that "determination and stamina" shining though,
eh Niall? Maybe if the silly twat concentrated on tennis instead of throwing
hissy fits at officials, he might have won.
Elite Prepares to Desert America"
'Fortress Americas' now in tatters because of Russia's coalition with
Brazil and Venezuela, Wall Street's neocons and other Zionist traitors
will desperately try to avoid War Crimes Tribunals and the waiting hangman's
guess where they're headed?......
fleeing aboard special jets to a little-known Australian island
waits for the snorting and laughter to die down>
our old friend Joe Vialls has
another essay up.
member nation of the "Coalition of the Willing" has lost soldiers
in Iraq, apart from Australia, whose military personnel have been wrapped
in cotton wool and separated from front-line combat duties. Why is this
so? Because the Zionist criminals simply cannot risk a domestic public
backlash against the obsequious 'rulers' of their new Australian retreat.
the stolen Boeing 747 lumbered through the night sky on its way from
America to Australia, it was difficult for the 250 unshaven occupants
to comprehend how they had fallen so far so fast. Their eyes were red
from lack of sleep, and from the sudden realization that as the most
wanted war criminals in the world, the only place they might find sanctuary
was a former penal colony on an obscure island south of Australia. The
El Al pilots on the Boeing's flight deck scanned the horizon nervously,
looking for a pair of KC-135 aerial tankers, two of twelve stolen from
American taxpayers in early 2003, and dotted along the route in order
to keep the big birds and their Ziionist passengers aloft, long enough
to reach the only island that might shield them from the hangman's noose.
not sure if Joe thinks this is actually happening, will happen, or has
happened. The bloke is so deep into looney-tunes land it's kinda hard
despite many years as an investigator and essayist, Joe Vialls continues
to be mistaken for Ren Hoëk.
summarise the remainder of the essay in point form:
WorldWide Jewish Cabal had plans to rule the earth.
all-purpose escape strategy was called "Project Ark", where
they'd steal a 747 and a couple of refueling jets, and fly around while
they launched a nuclear war on the rest of the planet.
Vialls knows this because he has access to "Classified documents"
(presumably marked "copyright Matt Groening")
Project Ark's chosen destination for the airbound Murdering Kikes and
The Stooge President was the island of Tasmania. It is "easily
defended" and "climate and scenery not unlike New England,
plus a very rich range of food and wine".
here's where it really gets interesting:
Zionist Pigs would face resistance from brave, heavily armed native
Tasmanians, who "might object to 1,500 arrogant Zionists (backed
by armed Mistaravim terrorists from Palestine), laying down the law
and requisitioning the best properties on the island".
The Zionist invaders would also commit "multiple rapes and
sodomy" on the wives and children of the brave Tasmanians,
as "Old Jewish sexual customs die hard".
Thus, the Brave Tasmanians had to be disarmed for 'Project Ark' to be
here it comes:
April 1996, to reduce the risk of serious resistance, a four-man Jewish
Mistaravim (Civilian Special Forces) team carried out a particularly
gruesome mass murder at Port Arthur in Tasmania, which resulted in the
deaths of 35 tourists, with another 22 seriously injured. The Zionist-controlled
media convicted an intellectually impaired young man called Martin Bryant
on television without a trial, then used the 'demonstration massacre'
to confiscate most defensive firearms from Australian citizens.
uses some rather creative photo analysis to back up this argument)
says all this contingency planning was necessary because the Jewboys secretly
knew they were doomed:
Basically, when members of the American public finally discover how
many of their fellow citizens have really been killed in Iraq, and how
many grievously wounded, there will be a riot on Capitol Hill, and you
won't want to miss it.
the accuracy of Joe's other
predictions, I wouldn't hold your breath for this one.
are promised more fascinating details on the Zionists' mass escape from
America in Part 2 of this essay, due sometime soon. By the looks of it,
it has something to do with Jews and Boeing, or something.
can be reached here: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Write to him and tell the lonely old soul how much you appreciate his
fearless search for the truth.
don't give a shit if he is an Aussie. I hope this
whinging, snivelling brat gets his arse kicked in the final.
coot still moaning
Sydney Morning Herald's senile Alan Ramsey - who's dreamy
love affair with Mark Latham crashed head-on with reality on election
night - is very,
very unhappy with Latham's demise as opposition leader:
was a public execution, not a resignation. A year ago Mark Latham gave
the Labor Party heart and its voters hope. He was the political heretic
who brought life to a dead Opposition. A year later, after he'd failed
to deliver in 12 months the electoral gratification that the fumblings
of Kim Beazley and Simon Crean had been allowed to bury, ever deeper,
across almost eight years, Labor did to Latham what in a more primitive
age was done to heretics. It burnt him at the stake, in front of us
all, to the applause of a mostly accommodating media and those interests,
internal and institutional, that Latham's confronting leadership style
had so offended. Now we have Beazley again, the first time in Labor's
104-year history of 17 federal leaders it has felt desperate enough
to revive one of them.
mention of course, of Latham's staggering political ineptitude and borderline-psycho
behaviour. To Ramsey and his ilk, there is little difference between Latham
and the archangel Gabriel.
I shouldn't complain. Watching Labor 'true believers' enter their ninth
year of mental meltdown is a wonderful sight to behold.
University's friendly terrorist
Uni is hosting
a conference featuring Red Brigade terrorist Antonio Negri.
Campbell has more (scroll down to 20 Jan).
I'd like to know is, why exactly was this scuzzball given an entry visa?
simply like to say a heart-felt 'tah muchly' to Canberra's cloth-eared
cretin for the accurate manner in which he has clarifies my tolerance
of people just like him.
'Tex'. "The circumstances in which an event occurs; a setting".
It's a shame this poor laddie can't understand his native language.
I guess Niall missed
the link to his post, with all the nice "context" in
Niall's own words and pictures.
I'm surprised this
bloke is actually capable of using a web-browser....
Crazy Joe has posted
update to his Nasty Jews Persecute Prince Harry essay.
Lobbies Try New Internet Suppression Angle
Scary stuff. What
was this "suppression": death threats from hoards of Zionists?
portscan attacks from Yiddish Hackers?
No, it turns out the
terrifying "suppression" Joe refers to was an e-mail
which talked about photo copyright.
I can find no support for this ingenious email in written American or
other Copyright Law, but it does bring into sharp focus the sheer level
of Jewish anger at Prince Harry's refusal to bow the knee, and obsequiously
hang his head in shame at Auschwitz. Never mind the millions of British
war dead in Prince Harry's own country, who are obviously of no concern
whatsoever to the furious Jewish lobbies.
Joe's courage in the
face of such horrors is truly the stuff of legend.
So sayeth Zoe Williams,
a laughably stupid Guardian piece, in which she argues that
buying investment properties is "naked greed":
is absolutely no moral justification for buying somewhere to rent out.
It has a direct impact on the welfare of other people, specifically
other people with less money than yourself. It garners cash that you
didn't earn, from people who will be forever locked out of this easy-buck
scheme by the fact that you've forced the prices up.
'No moral justification',
apart from providing for your future through a voluntary series of transactions.
As a loyal Guardianista one does shudder at the thought......
Williams - of course
- blithely dismisses the uncomfortable, simple truth that housing prices
are caused by demand for accommodation.
No demand, no nasty
evil people buying rental properties. What exactly does this bimbo not
understand about this?
Campbell has more on this too)
the right: I've added a bunch of scooter-related links.
the left: deleted a few which, a) haven't been updated in ages, b) take
too bloody long to load, c) I simply don't read anymore.
racing: finally, a year that won't suck
season has begun in SBK and MotoGP. MotoGP looks as good as ever, but
the real excitement is that the World Superbike series is finally going
to be worth watching for the first time since the 2000 season.
Simple: all the manufacturers are back, and there's a 1000cc limit for
both twins and fours.
was a horror year, with only Ducati entering a factory team, and saw Neil
Hodgson win a two horse race while all the good riders had fucked off
to MotoGP. 2004 was a slight improvement, with a semi-competitive Honda
team featuring whizkid Chris Vermeulen, yet the series was still a Ducati
year, all the manufacturers have factory-backed bikes, we have competitive
fours, twins and triples, and all the good riders are back. Check out
four guys who have won GP races, two World Superbike champs, three World
Supersport champs, nine who have won world superbike races, one American
Superbike champion and bunch of others who have won races in national
superbike championships. Talk about a depth of talent! And all on competitive
single person on this list has a realistic chance of winning races (yes,
even the Petronas guys if it's wet). Championship wise? Here are my five
favourites to win the title, in order or likelihood:
- nearly did it last year in his rookie year with a brand-new bike, brand
new team and no setup data. If he stays injury-free, he's an easy pick
Troy Corser - it's been nine years since Corser won
the title for Ducati, and after two frustrating years developing the underpowered
Petronas, Corser has finally scored himself a fast motorcycle again -
the Suzuki GSXR1000 with the crack Alstare Corona team. He's been fast
in testing so far, yet ever since his disastrous tilt at Grand Prix racing
in 1997, he's been hopelessly erratic: sometimes miles faster than everyone,
at other times back in the pack, usually blaming the tyres. Corser will
need to lift his game, but he's got the machinery, team and talent to
- like Corser, Nori-chan hasn't been the same since doing the GP thing.
Two dreadful years with Aprilia and an erratic year with a possibly quite
crappy Ducati may have dulled Nori's edge. Still, the guy is back on an
inline-four superbike, and with an extra 250cc this time. If he can get
a grip on the bike early on, even Vermeulen may not be able to stop him.
- the current champ, who impressed me enormously last year with a sensible
attitude and disciplined riding. His championship is slightly tainted
by the "Ducati advantage" last year, but all that is gone now.
He's up against some serious talent on equal machinery. Still, I think
the lad has the skill and mental fortitude to defend his title.
is a distant number 5. He's in with a shot, but the bloke gives "inconsistency"
a bad name. Regis is essentially a more skilled incarnation of Norick
Abe: bloody fast, but often off the boil. I'm putting him on this list
because he certainly has the talent to beat these guys, but honestly,
I can't see it happening this year.
Jeebus: World Supers is back.
of the day
ALP has become a Party of 2 halves: pancreas and spleen. Maybe the upcoming
bloody post mortem will show that what the ALP really needs is a brain.
Richard Makarewicz in the Sydney Morning
Herald letters page
of the day
ONLY aspect of this disaster that is "natural" is that the
tsunami happened in the first place. The widespread death and destruction
the tsunami has brought is largely man made.
of the reason why Thailand suffered less than Acheh or Sri Lanka, despite
the appalling losses, was the fact that the Thai economy is more developed.
can withstand the impact of disasters better if they live in stronger
houses and do not need to scrape for a living in small boats on the
coast. Nearby towns can come to the rescue much faster.
Ungpakorn, Socialist Worker
think I'm gonna hurl
need to keep a bucket nearby for this one: Noam
Chomsky's interview with Radio Havana Cuba.
staggering hypocrisy and moral equivalency on display simply beggars belief.
nonsensical noodle-nut, Tex, has seen fit to thank me for my opinion
and offered advice on racial issues. And I'd thank him for his advice,
if only said advice was proffered in the same context as he infers it
was originally expressed. Just goes to show, one simply cannot take
what one reads on Timmy Blair's site as fact. One wonders, how long
this slag-fest can go on for.
what was this context? Oh wait, here
simple facts of the matter are that the offending driver was Vietnamese,
obviously ignorant in the context I labelled him, didn't speak english,
had slitty eyes (slanted, squint, non-almond, call 'em what you like
because I do), is slimy in the context under which I labelled him considering
he fucked off from the scene before I could get at him and if I choose
to call him a 'shitty little prick', I will. The only inaccuracy in
the whole tirade is the vehicle description, which when I ran the registration,
discovered it to be a Mazda Tribute.
putting these pics back up because the people who chose to regard the
description as racist obviously miss them terribly. They've kept the
text stored, anal I know, but that's the right for you, and I'm grateful
for that. I didn't need to try and remember what I'd written. Let's
get this straight. This Vietnamese cunt damaged my property. I reserve
the right to rant at and about him however I see fit. That some in the
blogosphere see fit to label me racist is their problem, not mine. If
the arsehole had been white Australian, I'd be labelling him accordingly
as well, and doubtless using far more colourful language. Black, white
or brindle, my blog, my profanity, my outrage. Don't like it, then fuck
right off. Context, people. Context. Not opportunity, but then again,
that's the right for you. No valid argument and incapable of debate,
so it's down to opportunity everytime.
in other words, in the context of a traffic accident, Niall justifies
racial slurs because he thinks they are accurate. Quite what
"slitty eyes" and the guy's Vietnamese nationality have to do
with being a crap driver isn't quite clear. Then again, this is Niall
we're talking about...........
online Wookie - Niall
Cook - doesn't like my
opinion of summer.
right-wing ridiculoso, Tex, can't take the heat. Get out of the kitchen
Niall. Advice appreciated. Now let me return the favour:
you have a problem with slitty-eyed,
slimy little Vietnamese sharing your urban spaces, maybe you should
move out to the country, bwana.
thank me, it was a pleasure.
Ask Imam "online fatwa resource" gives the latest pieces
of guidance which Muslims with severe mental problems can use to cope
with the horrors of the modern world......
note from previous responses on the subject that images of people and
animals on toys and clothing are disapproved of. Given that almost all
children’s books and toys have some form of image, does the Imam
have any advice on how to avoid these? I am particularly concerned about
educational toys and books which our children have little option but
to use. Would the keeping of such toys and books be permitted if they
are stored away in a utility room / shed or similar, i.e. away from
the living and sleeping rooms?
Images of animate objects are not acceptable. However, in the case of
toys or children’s educational books, you may purchase such items
and deface the image in some way or the other.
Where this is not possible, the books may be kept in the living area
provided they are put away in a cupboard, etc.
You should avoid giving such books or toys to them. Yes, if the toy
itself has itself has a small picture on it, you may give it to them.
For example, a toy car with a small picture on it.
idiot questioner also has infant children it seems...
it permitted for a father to bathe a baby or toddler, change soiled
nappies, pour water over their private parts in order to inculcate the
practice of instinja, wash bums after they have done toilet etc. To
what extent did our Prophet engage in these activities with his children?
Islam, it seems, is not good for the brain.
friends like these.......
bet Prince Harry wishes he'd never worn that nazi uniform. Not only has
he been widely condemned, but he's also gained
some supporters he could do without:
Jewish Double-Standard on Prince Harry
In 1290 AD, King Edward the First made a royal decision in parliament
to banish all Jews from England. This statute was never repealed, meaning
that all Jews in England today [though not necessarily in Scotland or
Wales], are illegal immigrants subject to immediate deportation.
I do not normally comment on actions by religious groups or cults of
any persuasion, but the recent massive worldwide Jewish attack on 20
year-old Prince Harry, son of Prince Charles and third in line for the
British throne, cannot be allowed to go unchallenged and unanswered.
brief, Prince Harry wore a hired WWII German Army Afrika Corps uniform
complete with a swastika to a private fancy dress party. You think this
is a big deal? Not at all, because over the last thirty years I have
watched successive Jewish stage and film producers use identical uniforms
and swastikas in multiple attempts to denigrate the German people in
general, and so-called German 'Nazis' (National Socialists) in particular.
deliberate western media demonization of the German people has been
so successful, that nowadays in Germany itself it is impossible to deny
'The Jewish Holocaust' without being automatically thrown in prison
for two years [no appeals considered] , and the swastika has been outlawed,
despite its humble ancient origin representing the revolving sun, fire,
swastika was widely used in ancient Mesopotamian coinage as well as
appearing in early Christian and Byzantium art, where it was known as
the Gammadion Cross. It also appeared in South and Central America,
widely used in Mayan art during the same time period. Certainly the
swastika was adopted by Adolf Hitler for his flag, in the same way that
Japan adopted the rising sun, but so what? Cynical readers should note
that in 2005 the sun is still allowed to rise, even in Tokyo.
is a documented historical fact that over many centuries, Jewish moneylenders
managed to control the British and other thrones by stealth, using an
international network staffed by financial experts who manipulated various
kings and queens into fighting wars best suited to Jewish international
interests. In Britain this was brought to an abrupt end by Edward I
(nicknamed "Longshanks" by his affectionate subjects), who
was outraged that a bunch of moneylenders would dare to tell him what
to do. Was he, Edward, not the lawful King of England?
the 17th Century, no politician has dared to repeal Edward the First's
popular statute, which is still on the books today, in turn leading
to Jewish moneylender determination to bring down the English [now British]
monarchy at any cost, and by any means possible.
The reasoning behind this is very simple. Remove the British Monarchy,
and the loyal Brigade of Guards which protects its members, and a corrupt
British politician would repeal Edward's statute in a flash, thereby
giving the international moneylenders de-facto control of the United
In its haste to demonize and vilify Prince Harry, the media pack made
wild assumptions, deliberately invented words that Prince Charles did
not utter to or against either of his sons, before wildly demanding
that Prince Harry [and Prince Wiliam], be forced to visit Auschwitz
to publicly acknowledge the 'terrble suffering of the Jews". Harry
was then apparently supposed to visit the 'Holocaust Museum' in Nottingham,
which is yet another tiresome Jewish instrument used to focus public
attention on the suffering of an insignificant minority of the 57 million
war dead, and 100+ million maimed and seriously injured in World War
then, if the Jewish lobbies were sincere in their apparent 'horror'
of the German Nazis and the millions of deaths inflicted during World
War II, they would have demanded that Prince Harry repent by going to
visit British war cemeteries full of British war dead. Now think about
this, people, think about it very carefully! Harry is British and a
Protestant, and there are millions of British war dead available - so
there can be no honest motive in trying to force the young Prince to
attend garish and extravagant minority Jewish war memorials, frequently
though unwittingly subsidised by British taxpayers.
readers will have heard the continual pathetic and emotional whining
about "poinson gas beng used at Auschwitz", although there
is no hard scientific evidence proving that it was. However, there is
a wealth of hard evidence proving that poison gas was first used in
war by a German Jew named Fritz Haber, who on his first day at the front
managed to kill or blind between 5,000 and 15,000 British troops with
chlorine gas at Ypres, France. Haber was later awarded the Nobel Prize
lots more where this comes from. Including some fascinating Jewish-Moneylenders-murdered-Princess-Diana
theories, a rant about Jewish "uncontrolled rage and iinsanity"
[sic] and some truly wacko rambling on how Harry's teenage female admirers
are now all going out and buying swastikas in defiance of the
and Oliver Cromwell was a traitor to England because he didn't have the
Jews wiped out.
really. Go read.
of the Green Left Weekly
Stalinists are back. Does anyone else think it slightly odd that these
revolutionary numbskulls take their holidays during a season that is an
excess of the horrors of Christianity and capitalism?
their latest issue is a doozy. Some features include:
review of the Che Guevara movie.
to understand North Korea. (It's all the Americans' fault)
this brilliant headline: "Chavez
calls for world ‘anti-globalisation' network". So, its
first act will be to disband itself?
letter from convicted Victorian union thug Craig Johnston to the Cuban
name is Craig Johnston. I am in prison in Australia for crimes against
the capitalist state. Myself and 16 other trade unionists fought to
defend our members’ jobs when they were sacked.
could say that. You could also say Johnston destroyed property and assaulted
is a beacon of light for so many of us around the world.
for political opponents, homosexuals and anyone who actually wants to
leave the place.
working socialist system that looks after people, not massive profits
democracy, freedom of speech, freedom of movement, or freedom of association.
While I’m in jail, I’m studying Spanish as when I get out,
I hope to travel to Cuba to see the revolution in action.
he could ask Fidel why he has murdered thousands of political opponents.
was 41c on Friday, and was still bloody hot yesterday.
the USA and Australia are saving lives, the French are proving to be as
bloody useless as ever.
recently "elected" chief Palestinian mass-murderer already
has his death squads in action.
we should really give these people a state.
watched Scorcese's Raging Bull, a film which one particular group
of critics claimed was the best film of the 1980's.
I dunno what all the fuss was about. De Niro's protrayal of middleweight
champion Jake LaMotta may be accurate, but his character is as tiresome
a protagonist as you could imagine.
film amounts to: LaMotta shouting at people, thumping opponents in the
boxing ring or bashing his wife.
is the problem with the movie: I couldn't give a shit what happened to
the paranoid, misogynist schmuck.
narrative was poor: LaMotta's connections to the mob are only vaguely
sketched, and you have little clue as to his motivations most of the time.
Cathy Moriarity does a great job with a badly-written role as LaMotta's
wife. Joe Pesci has little to do other than his usual Goodfellas-psycho
riff as LaMotta's brother and manager.
production values weren't too good either. The black n' white cinematography
was pedestrian (it certainly added little in terms of atmosphere), the
sound mix was terrible (it was genuinely hard to decipher some of the
dialogue) and the boxing choreography - while better than Rocky
- was still painfully artificial.
Scorcese thought this asshole's life merited a movie is beyond me. It's
not a bad movie, but it's vastly overrated and is honestly not
worth the effort.
be obvious to most Australians how we really did dodge a bullet on
October 9, 2004.
you imagine this sickly, mentally unstable crybaby as our PM?
Jeebus most of the voting public were sane enough to send this dick back
to Green Valley.
while we're on the topic.....
Edwards has a good post on the Labor leadership squabbles.
of the day
commentators - including Decca Aitkenhead on these pages last week -
think our campaign is wrong, and blame British colonialism for Jamaican
homophobia. But today's Jamaicans are responsible for today's anti-gay
abuses. They are, like everyone else, capable of free will, rational
thought and ethical choices. Those who are homophobic are not compelled
by history or poverty to be anti-gay.
suggest that the people of Jamaica cannot change laws and values inherited
from the British colonial era is to infantilise them.
another homicidal Palestinian creep
a look at the new "moderate" Palestinian leader.
Shearman at aus.politics:
you have evidence
[al-Qaeda and Hamas] are planning to kill people
it to the fridge magnet.
about poor, innocent Osama re. September 11:
have evidence of Osama's involvement? Present it to the fridge magnet.
The Bedroom the other night. Powerful performances, beautiful cinematography
and what could have been a compelling story.
the film's pacing is so unrelentingly glacial it makes the movie all but
unwatchable. It's so goddamned slow.
don't necessarily mind a slow pace, provided it's used to build mood,
atmosphere or lets the audience think about something (Terrence Malick's
movies for examples). None of these apply to this movie. Scenes drag on
forever over things which do not enhance either the story or the characters.
material desperately needed a different director and editor. The ingredients
were there. Sadly, it got ballsed up royally on the way to the screen.
I were a billionaire" - the series continues......
posted a few weeks back how I would have my
own jetcopter. I've decided on another toy I'd acquire: a Mack Truck,
with sleeper cabin. I wouldn't have a trailer. Just stick a tray on the
rear of the chassis to carry my motorcycles.
ultimate in interstate highway cruising. The ability to squish any Nissan
Skyline you come across and the massive consumption of the planet's resources,
which would royally piss off the greenies.
the kiddies away from teachers
Du Toit has a great
post on the home-schooling of his children.
guess Kim isn't one of the people Jamie
Glazov was talking about....
any of my Australian readers provide me with feedback on local ISP broadband
plans? I'm looking to upgrade to a plan, hopefully for no more than $50
per month. I've fucking had it with dial-up.
you have your own webpage, then please add the anti-spam links to your
page that are listed under "Death To Spam" on the right-hand
these links on your webpage helps to bugger up the spambots. So please,
add the links when you have a spare moment.
New York orchestrate the Asian tsunami?"
Afghanistan and Iraq already lost, the Wall Street bankers were all
desperately looking for other ways to control our world, when suddenly
and very conveniently, the Sumatran Trench exploded. Trick or Treat?
was written by our favourite web-psychopath Joe
Vialls. Joe - in his psychotic haze of jew-hatred and conspiracy delusions
- had decided there was a sinister hand behind last week's natural disaster:
the only question we must ask, is whether this tsunami was a natural
or man-made catastrophe? A natural event would be horrifying enough,
but if the tsunami was man-made, then we are unquestionably looking
at the biggest single war crime in global history.
Vialls pictured contemplating
life in a parallel universe
theory? You guessed it: a Zionist NeoCon nuclear device, buried in the
I will be circumspect as to exactly how a large
American thermonuclear weapon managed to arrive at the bottom of the
Sumatran Trench, though all of the seismic evidence and preparedness
for the resulting mission indicates strongly that this is the case.
After all, we are back to the age-old question of "who benefits?",
and in this particular case, "Who is insane enough to kill more
than 150,000 civilians just to hang on to power?' Based on their past
performance in Iraq and other luckless countries, it would seem that
the only realistic candidates are Wolfowitz and company, striving as
always to create a "One World Government".
no other nuclear powers including Russia and China stand to gain anything
at all from such an outrageous mass murder, so, as always in the end,
we come back to Sherlock Holmes via the pen of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle:
"When you have ruled out the impossible, whatever remains, no matter
how improbable, is the truth."
For the Zionist Cabal, obtaining a thermonuclear weapon in America is
no great trick, especially when we have the precedent of 100 small 'decommissioned'
air-to-air atomic warheads being smuggled out the Pentagon's (civilian)
back door, to form the core of the Jewish State's current nuclear arsenal.
Once a weapon system is out date and out of service, loyal uniformed
US military personnel can no longer track it.
points to "irregularities" in seismic readings and "mysterious"
US naval movements as evidence for this.
the point of all this nuking? Why, it all plays into the Zionists' grand
plan of course!
To force subservience on Asia, and ensure the
lion's share of incredibly lucrative reconstruction contracts, all that
was needed was a very large tsunami targeted on the selected nations,
which was easily within the capabilities of a large thermonuke.
If everything had gone to plan, then Indonesia, Sri Lanka and India
would have been in hock to the IMF and World Bank for thirty or more
years - time enough to wait for the price of oil to come down again
after the lethal fiasco in Iraq. At the same time, if the Indian Government
had taken the bait, the deadly Russian-Chinese-Indian-Brazilian coalition
would have been dead in the water. Not a bad day's work for a single
thermonuclear weapon discreetly removed from the decommissioning process.
If I remember correctly, shortly before Christmas I received a large
number of emails from various people about some "German Guy",
who apparently claimed that Wolfowitz had got hold of a critical weapon
and was going to nuke Houston on either the 26 or 27 of December. I
never did read the whole email, but it seems very likely that it was
initially circulated by Wolfowitz or one of his ilk, as a classic disinformation
distraction. Try something along the lines of "You suckers all
watch Houston very carefully on 26 December, while I nuke Asia behind
your backs… "
you have any "critical intelligence" of use to Joe, you can
e-mail him here and let him know.
maybe it's just me, but do you think there's a possibility Mr. Vialls
might have some kind of mental problem? Just a hunch.....
Loony of the day
not in Joe Vialls' league, but here's an amusing post from aus.politics
about the tsunami, from somebody named "Oxygen":
we caused the tsunami
ice caps melting would redistribute mass riding on the earths crust.
Any system is only as strong as it's weakest link and a rise in sea
represents a greater load on the equitorial tectonic plates.
The pre-industrial era earth found equilibrium over millenia.
Ofcourse acknowledging Kyoto would have been a cheaper option fot the
and Australia, but our leaders are elected for economic reasons and
not expected to listen to rational voices. Will things get worse? I
not buy on the SanAndreas fault.
Technology gave the world aids and now it has delivered the 2004 Tsunami
Rock on dude!
I was saying
to the topic of great Korean movies.....
been enjoying that masterpiece of Korean Wrestling Cinema - The
one of the funniest movies ever made, and the best Korean movie I've seen
since the mighty Yongary:
monster from the deep.......
yes, a true classic. Think of Godzilla made with much, much less
can gasp at the awe-inspiring SFX: the metal tube sticking out of the
inflexible Yongary puppet whenever it breathes fire. The attack helicopters
& missiles which travel forward by sliding down a piece of very-visible
fishing wire. The hollow cardboard skyscrapers which bounce when Yongary
knocks them over. The set for the action scenes: a stunning miniature
city, made up of small toy cars, plastic trees, paper-mache buildings
& backgrounds, all stuck to the top of what appears to be someone's
has great audio-dubbing, which seems to be several seconds out of sync,
even in the original Korean.
been drinking a lot of beer & muscat. I've also been fighting ISP
problems which now appear to be solved.
you had a fun New Year celebration, or a peaceful lack thereof.
from John Wayne's dead rectum
had some bad movie experiences recently. First I sat through Evita,
consoling myself with the thought that "it's all uphill from here".
was before I saw Wild Bill.
Bill is - quite simply - one of the biggest cinematic turds I've
ever endured. Or tried to endure. I needed multiple attempts
to get through it.
every cringe-worthy Western genre cliche plonked into the one movie. Imagine
dialogue so bad it makes Steven Seagal sound like Sir Laurence Olivier.
Imagine a list of fine actors giving the worst performances of their careers.
Imagine a Natural Born Killers methodology in the crap cinematography,
the claustrophobic sound design, the annoying jump-cut editing. Imagine
that Mel Brooks had tried to turn Blazing Saddles into a serious
drama once he got to the editing room.
magnify all that by a factor of ten, and you have Wild Bill.
Bridges stars as wild west legend James Butler 'Wild Bill' Hickok. His
performance consists largely of looking constipated while John Hurt rattles
on with a lot of very dull narration.
fans will be glad to hear that Jessie
the Cowgirl makes an appearance. Except this time she's called Calamity
Jane and is played by Ellen Barkin. I still can't decide which one of
them gave a more realistic performance.
screenplay could have come from a website called "random western
movie scene generator". Most scenes go something like this....
Wild Bill Shows up in some town, does a lot of drinking and shouting.
2: Some guy shows up, and yells dialogue like: "Wild Bill, you sumbitch!
Ahm callin' you out! You low-down stinkin' horse-molester!"
3: Wild Bill shouts a witty retort like "watchoo call me, Mister?"
4: The guy shouts back "Aahhh called you a low-down sumbitch, Wild
Bill!! I aint scared o' youuu!"
5: Wild Bill shoots and kills the guy
6: Wild Bill heads back to the bar, and listens while Calamity Jane and
California Joe tell stories about Wild Bill (black n' white flashbacks
and loud, irritating music occur). They are shouting every word of it.
I'm assuming everyone in the Wild West had become deaf from all the gunfights.
7: Return to #1 and repeat until the 90 mins are up.
I have nothing against a brainless western or two. The Good, The Bad
and The Ugly, Silverado and Tombstone are some
of the best Saturday night beer-n-popcorn movies ever made. They were
beautifully crafted pieces of entertainment. Wild Bill isn't.
director Walter Hill has never been a particularly intellectual film-maker.
All his films are cliched macho-man actioners with zero-dimensional characters
and wooden dialogue. In his early days, they worked: Southern Comfort
in particular is a brilliant, unnerving riff on Deliverance.
Wild Bill is a painful testament to just how badly Hill's abilities
points? It's shorter than Evita, and the fella who played the
Cherokee chief in the opium-dream sequence was kinda cool n' scary, though
he looked about as Cherokee as William Shatner.
you spot this film on TV, give it a look and savour a true experience
in awful filmmaking.
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