Picture this: Charlie Sheen’s in the restaurant bathroom with a porn star; he has cocaine all over his face, then he takes his pants off. But evidentially it didn’t work out. “Charlie wanted to have sex with Capri and tried, but she stopped and demanded her $12,000…He didn’t have the money on him so she left him in the bathroom.” Here (NY Daily News).
Archive for October, 2010
Tags: Charlie Sheen, Drunkeness, Porn stars
Tags: First amendment, Free speech, U of Virginia
I can hear the bells ringing. It’s the ringing audacity of hope. The University of Virginia eliminates totalitarian speech codes. You heard me. I know you don’t believe it, I mean you’re a student living in the darkenss of your Big Brother campus and you think this is just cruel teasing…well, knave, I am not kidding. A university in the bowels of the Grand Banana Republic has actually gone First Amendment. Here (The Fire).
Tags: Infidels, Maldives, Marriage vows
Ah, to renew your wedding vows, and at the gorgeous Vilu Reef Beach and Spa resort in the Maldives to boot.
Evidently this Western couple didn’t understand the obscure island language:
‘You are swine. The children that you bear from this marriage will all be b****** swine. ‘Your marriage is not a valid one. You are not the kind of people who can have a valid marriage…One of you is an infidel. The other, too, is an infidel and, we have reason to believe, an atheist, who does not even believe in an infidel religion.’ Here (Daily Mail).
Note: Maldives is the lowest level island on earth; in fact, it’s saving its tourist money, its only income, to buy land in India and Australia for the day the island descends beneath the waves. This is why the government there is so concerned about this incident; they don’t want tourism to diminish. Here.
Tags: Drug cartel, Illegal immigration, Mexico
“I’m terrified,” said Norma Alvarado, a 47-year-old housekeeper who lives two doors down from the apartment. “I’ve lived here for 20 years and I’ve never heard of that (decapitation) happening, and it was so close to us … Maybe they’re copying what’s happening in Mexico.” Here (My Way). They’re pretty sure it’s the Mexican drug cartel; of course, on the brighter side, it could just be the Taliban passing through.
One of the reasons the Grand Banana Republic continues to sink so low is because of it multicultural engineering. This society is losing its very foundation of the rule of secular law. Here’s a perfect example of what is being wrought: “Oklahoma voters are considering an unusual question that will appear on their ballots this Tuesday: whether Islamic law can be used in considering cases in state court…” Here.
Related: Team B reports
Yes, while the Grand Banana Republic descends into the morass of multiculturalism, trying ever so desperately to accommodate a medieval religion (read Islam) and Third World immigration (read illegal aliens) into its daily fabric, China steadily ascends the top of the pyramid.
China about to supplant the Grand Banana Republic as main superpower.
It’s interesting to note that many children of the older Chinese immigrants who settled here for economic reasons are now moving to China, to the incredibly rich cities of Shanghai and Beijing. To tell you the truth I wouldn’t mind getting out of this crumbling dump and joining them (unfortunately I’m not Chinese).
Related: The Chinese century (video)
Related: China owns the Grand Banana Republic (video) They hold a great deal of our debt (ten percent?) but with our looming third world status the Chinese must see it as holding a big handful of dog shit.
Related: What if China collected U.S. debt? (video)
Related: Let’s not forget China’s rare earth metal monopoly (article)
Related: Welcome tourists….Here’s a video of the beautiful outskirts of Shanghai and here’s the city itself. It’s a shame China doesn’t have an immigration program for Westerners; I mean the last thing they need is a bigger population, but how wonderful would it be for us to get out of our decaying contentious crime-ridden cities and hop into the future.
Related: Land of new opportunity.
Somewhat related: It seems the Grand Banana Republic can’t even win the Miss World beauty title without China. I mean everyone knew the hot Miss Norway should’ve won but, well, that’a where China comes in. Here.
Rural Washington woman has been caught molesting her own children. How? For what reason? Well it seems she would broadcast her molesting live to men on the Internet. According to the story, “In addition to her own eight-year-old daughter and six-year-old son, the single mother had molested a two-week-old infant she was babysitting for a neighbor. She may never have been caught but for a European man who called authorities when Ortega attempted to arrange a rendezvous with him where he would rape her daughter, something police say she had done before…” Unfortunately there’s more to this grotesque story. Here.
Tags: Hirsi Ali, Islamic fundamentalism
Call things by their relational name. Terrorism today, for example, is primarily perpetrated by Muslims (but of course not all Muslims are terrorists). Another example: The Spanish Inquisition was a manifestation of Christian (in particular, Catholic) totalitarianism.
From the Aspen Ideas Festival (from Aug. ’07): Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Related: Former radical Islamist reveals the mindset. Here.
Related: Is Islam compatible with Liberal Democracy (from July ’07)? Here (video).
Black Muslim assassins have been given the order by Elijah Muhammad. They will kill Malcolm X.
A lot of Afghan women, like the beautiful actress above, are trying to break out of their religious prison but their shariaist society makes it extremely difficult (like this unfortunate actress). After all, this is just a small part of the mindset they’re living under:
“Allah permits you to shut them (women) in separate rooms and to beat them, but not severely. If they abstain, they have the right to food and clothing. Treat women well for they are like domestic animals and they possess nothing themselves.
“If any of your women are guilty of lewdness, take the evidence of four witnesses from amongst you against them; if they testify, confine them to houses until death [by starvation] claims them.”
“The Prophet said, ‘Isn’t the witness of a woman equal to half of that of a man?’ The women said, ‘Yes.’ He said, ‘This is because of the deficiency of a woman’s mind.’”
“In hell I saw women hanging by their breasts. They had fathered bastards.”
“And for those who launch a charge against their wives, accusing them, but have no witnesses or evidence, except themselves; let the testimony of one of them be four testimonies, (swearing four times) by Allah that he is the one speaking the truth.”
These quotes were collected from here (Bare Naked Islam). Now of course you can find very similar things in the Old Testament, the difference being that even Orthodox Jews of the Torah and Christians today have long since moved on from acting on such monstrous beliefs. More quotes here.
“If you believe in freedom of speech, you believe in freedom of speech for views you don’t like. Goebbels was in favor of freedom of speech for views he liked. So was Stalin. If you’re in favor of freedom of speech, that means you’re in favor of freedom of speech precisely for views you despise.” –Noam Chomsky
- Source: In Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media, 1992
Tags: Immigration, Multiculturalism
Outside the Wellington Way polling station in Tower Hamlets yesterday, as at many other polling stations in the borough, people had to run a gauntlet of Lutfur Rahman supporters to reach the ballot box. As one Bengali woman voter went past them, we heard one of the Rahman army scolding her for her “immodest dress.” That incident is perhaps a tiny taste of the future for Britain’s poorest borough now it has elected Mr Rahman as its first executive mayor, with almost total power over its £1 billion budget. At the count last night, one very senior figure in the Tower Hamlets Labour Party said: “It really is Britain’s Islamic republic now.” Read rest of this article here (London Telegraph).
Tags: environmentalism, James Cameron
If you thought James Cameron was only known for the cheesiest movie since the advent of the talkies (Titanic), and that befuddled CGI cartoon Avatar (almost as good as Plan Nine from Outer Space) than you’re nothing than a carbon-footprinting Cameronic ignoramus. Why, knaves, beloved James is also the biggest environmentalist phony since the day Al Gore’s spinning electric meter reached the speed of light. Don’t you know anything?
“Write a personal check to yourself, a Bank of America check, for $150 million. Then you take that anointing oil and you anoint it. And then you gonna take it to Chase right there on 72nd and deposit it into your account. Before you do it, pray seven times. Pray five times before you leave the house. Pray one time while you in the car driving. Pray another time while you walking up to the teller.” Here.
Tags: Ozarks, Winter's Bone
“Jessup “was electric on crank, thrilled to have been shot, and instead of driving to a doctor, he drove 30 miles to … the Tiny Spot Tavern to show his assembled buddies the glamorous bullet hole and the blood bubbling.’ ” And there’s also this quote: “She must trudge from house to cabin through the woods to ask some mighty scary meth cookin’ members of her own family if they know where her father can be found — and they might kill her just for asking.” Here. (Remember, this is not just a movie but a novel, and there are subtle differences.)
Tags: Juan Williams, NPR, Political correctness
Uhhhhhh, Juan Williams said a politically incorrect thing…uhhhhhhhhhhh….“I mean, look, Bill, I’m not a bigot. You know the kind of books I’ve written about the civil rights movement in this country. But when I get on the plane, I’ve got to tell you, if I see people who are in Muslim garb and I think, you know, they are identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous.” (Here) Yeah, Williams, who works for NPR, said this on the O’Reilly Factor so the Stalinistas at NPR fired him. I’m sure glad I don’t work for NPR. Williams might get nervous on a flight but I won’t even fly anymore.
BTW: try to keep in mind that Islam is not a race of people. It is a religion based on both Old Testament Judaism and even some New Testament writings); it is also a political movement based on sharia law (which clearly proscribes death for homosexuals and subjugation of women).
The acknowledgement: “When Goldman Sachs chief executive Lloyd Blankfein claimed that he and his fellow bankers were ‘doing God’s work’, there was near-universal incredulity. Banking has never looked less like a divine calling. Indeed, in the public mind bankers have achieved what would once have been thought impossible: they have managed to sink lower than journalists…”
The solution: “Better education, not over-regulation, is needed to repair our financial system. Banking will never be God’s work. But we can make it less like the Devil’s…”
Read the full article by Niall Ferguson here (NiallFerguson.com)
Note: Yeah, maybe a lot of people consider bankers lower than journalists; but for me real estate agents are the lowest form of life .
Tags: atheism, Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Ayaan Hirsi Ali–I’d vote for this woman for a Senate seat (or any other seat) in an instant. After escaping an arranged marriage in Somali or Kenya via Canada, she landed in the Netherlands as a refugee seeking political asylum. She eventually became an outspoken member of the Dutch Parliament (she is not a prisoner to political correctness parameters), but was forced to flee to the the Grand Banana Republic because of Islamic threats (yes, even the GBR offers more security). She has written two books, Infidel (I’ve read it twice) and Nomad (I’m reading it now). She speaks several languages, including masterful English, and has, along with people like Christopher Hitchens, for example, elevated the religion/atheism debate onto a substantial intellectual plane, accessible even to many leftists. Wait a minute, I’ve had second thoughts about her being in the Senate. I mean she’s eloquent, soft-spoken, gorgeous, humorous, sexy, intellectual, multi-lingual, politically incorrect–she wouldn’t fit in. Nope, not in that clubhouse of buffoons. Here’s a recent article about her (The Guardian). Here she is on a very funny bantering segment of the Colbert Report.
Love the leather coat–and the typewriter (or is that a Somali laptop?).
Related: I know, I know, you’re thinking this is one beautiful girl, so you just can’t help thinking of her love life, or at least a reasonable facsimile, so this is just for you gushing Romantics out there in the hinterland: History man and fatwa girl.
Yes, behold the joy. The Islamic United Arab Emirates’s highest Islamic court has ruled that women and children cannot be beaten so badly as to leave marks. In the Islamic world this could actually be considered a step upward (I mean, compare it to stoning). Tourists: keep in mind that if you’re a woman (and/or a child) just visiting the UAE this same Islamic rule will apply to you; you’re husband will be allowed to slap you silly (you’ll have to wait till you get back home to beat him). Here (The Daily Mail).
Tags: Afghanistan, Military
The bizarre world of the Grand Banana Republic’s military command: ”To the U.S. Army soldiers and Marines serving here, some things seem so obviously true that they are beyond debate. Among those perceived truths: The restrictive rules of engagement that they have to fight under have made serving in combat far more dangerous for them, while allowing the Taliban to return to a position of strength. ’If they use rockets to hit the [forward operating base] we can’t shoot back because they were within 500 meters of the village. If they shoot at us and drop their weapon in the process we can’t shoot back,’said Spc. Charles Brooks, 26, a U.S. Army medic with 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, in Zabul province…” Here (The Washington Examiner).
Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany has said her country’s attempts to build a post-war multicultural society have ‘utterly failed’. Welcome to reality. Despite a tolerant sounding name (and we all admire tolerance) you simply cannot maintain a civilized society by allowing each cultural group (Islam, for example, certainly the most audacious group) to have its own laws (in the case of Islam, for example, sharia law).
Like I said, we already know that MC doesn’t work: look at Patterson, NJ here in the good ol’ Grand Banana Republic: The excerpt below is from here (Atlas Shrugs).
This is a constant occurrence on this Muslim-dominated stretch of road. In the past, I have been mocked by other religious names. Once a much younger man, in a group of men speaking Arabic, stopped me, and mocked me as "Moses," as his friends surrounded me.
Tags: Future, Future Shock, Toffler
The original Future Shock book by Alvin and Heidi Toffler is now 40 years old, but they’re not done yet: there’s more future shock and awe. Here (Fast Company). Just a note: right now we’re in Present Shock. Here’s another note: If you go back in time by reading unexpurgated human history, whether it’s from just yesterday or back to the dawn of civilization, you’ll come across Past Shock.
His crime?The reason he had to escape? Legally defending a woman about to be stoned to death in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Hey the Doors said it best: Break on through to the other side. To wear these cloths in public would bring severe punishment, perhaps even death
Rule of thumb: don’t get caught.
Related: The New York Arab-American comedy festival: From the advert: “The festival also premieres two special features this year: “The Harem Show” – a daring, one-of-a-kind ‘Dirty’ Arab comedy show (for an 18+ audience) and “Arabian Idol” – a free stand-up workshop and audition for the chance to win a spot in the festival’s ‘New Faces of Arab Comedy Show.’ “
Tags: Alex Jones, Indians
Tags: Car rage
Are you right now driving through or in or around one of these high car rage cities? You are? THEN GET THE HELL OUT NOW! BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE! Here (MSN).
Note: Keep this in mind: a car-raging one-armed arthritic middle-finger gesturing ninety-year old woman can take out a whole carload of Sly Stallones. It’s all in the metal.
Tags: FCC, Internet, Privacy
“…At the FCC’s November meeting – note the coincidental date of choice, AFTER the impending election – three unelected bureaucrats (of five) could simply vote themselves rulers of 1/6th of our entire economy – the information and technology sector. Meaning the Internet that you currently enjoy – that has been a marvel of economic and information innovation and success – will be subject to vast new governmental regulations. You didn’t elect these people – but they are on the verge of electing themselves Internet overlords…” Here (Big Government)
Hey, just for the record. Have you ever seen that old Macintosh commercial on youtube, where this lovely athletic woman comes in and throws a hammer at the staid corporate Big Brother screen? That’s what we need again.
Bring back the spirit.
Related: “Worries over Internet privacy have spurred lawsuits, conspiracy theories and consumer anxiety as marketers and others invent new ways to track computer users on the Internet. But the alarmists have not seen anything yet…” Here (NY Times).
Related: Wider streets for internet traffic. Here (NY Times).
Tags: Meg Whitman
What’s the big deal about the Brown campaign referring to Meg Whitman as a whore? Aren’t all politicians whores? Besides the remark was said in private so grow up, Whitman (you whore you). …….Wait a minute, whore could be a complement. I mean what is the most honest profession in the world since the age of sexual cave paintings by the cro-magnons? That’s right, prostitution. Whoring. An honest hour’s work for an honest hour’s pay. It’s a word that implies total honesty: you’re told what you’ll get, and then you get it. All up front (so of course that would mean all politicians aren’t whores after all).
Tags: Free speech, Press freedom
Most of us now know the trial of Geert Wilders going on in Holland–he dared speak of the totalitarian nature of Islam–but how many of you know about the case of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, an Austrian woman who faces the possibility of three years in prison in Austria for delivering a lecture on the Islamic threat to liberty. Read a short synopsis of this incredible story here (Big Peace).
Update: I always hate to be the bearer of good news that disrupts my grotesquely pessimistic and cynical view of the world but there is this: “The first hurdle has been won in the heresy trial of Geert Wilders. Islamic supremacists have failed in their relentless attack on free men. It isva good day for freedom lovers the world over…” Here (Atlas Shrugs)
Psycho chicks go wild (notice the lack of conscience and common decency)
Please do not marry one of these types of women.
Now this certainly constitutes a change of pace in the usual run of things. You see, men usually do the raping but now some women in Zimbabwe are doing the raping. It goes something like this: ” In the past 11 months six men have been gang-raped by women, and as per the police the figure could be much higher, as victims are often too embarrassed to report the crime. According to the official Chronicle daily, a 26-year-old policeman from Bulawayo was drugged and raped after he was offered a lift in a minibus with three female passengers…” Well, you can read the full story here.
Tags: Education, High schools, Teachers
Disruptive deadbeat “students” put teacher over the edge.
Stupid, undisciplined students are the norm in the GBR. What would I do if I were a teacher in say, a Chicago school (I think this is Chicago, but it could really be in any big city)? I definitely wouldn’t get worked up like this poor slob; I’d encourage the bad students to quit and join a gang where their life expectancy would be mercifully short, and where my teaching would be stress free. Good teachers are just a waste of time and money (and health) in an undisciplined environment. At least this guy goes out with a bang. Read article here (NJ.com)
Related: Check this horror school, in Newark, NJ. Here (NJ.com)
Related: El Paso, Texas. Here (Daily Mail).
“During his Bolivian “guerrilla” campaign, Che split his forces whereupon they got hopelessly lost and bumbled around, half-starved, half-clothed and half-shod, without any contact with each other for 6 months before being wiped out. They …seemed incapable of applying a compass reading to a map. They spent much of the time walking in circles and were usually within a mile of each other. During this blundering they often engaged in ferocious firefights against each other…” [see link below]
And let’s not forget another endearing aspect of the good doctor, evidently honed in his delightful youth: “…Even as a youth, Ernesto Guevara’s writings revealed a serious mental illness [from Ernesto Guevara’s Motorcycle Diaries]. “My nostrils dilate while savoring the acrid odor of gunpowder and blood. Crazy with fury I will stain my rifle red while slaughtering any vencido [the defeated , the surrendered] that falls in my hands!” — Read full account in this article (Big Peace)
The Grand Banana Republic may be, well, a banana republic but it is still the home of the brave: our government takes courageous stand against all capital letters in street signs (as in, for example, PERRY AV). Make no mistake about it, victory will be ours (remember, we have nothing to fear but fear itself). Here.
“…Obviously, that is horrible. A grown woman using Facebook to post deeply insensitive photographs about a child who is dying is insane and upsetting and … BUT WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE THIS F****** C*** …ACTUALLY OPEN HER MOUTH!…” Here (Video Gum).
Tags: Economy, National debt
“…The US will Default on its Debt … either that or experience hyperinflation. There is simply no other option. We can NEVER pay off our debts. To do so would require every US family to pay $31,000 a year for 75 years. Bear in mind, I’m completely ignoring the debt we took on with the nationalization of Fannie and Freddie, AIG, and the slew of other garbage we nationalized or shifted onto the Fed’s balance sheet. And yet we’re STILL talking about every US family making $31,000 in debt payments per year for 75 years to pay off our national debt. Obviously that ain’t going to happen… Here (Zero Hedge).
Related: “On the brink”
Tags: Law, Totalitarianism
China: Liu Xiaobo, 54, a Chinese literary figure and dissident, is currently serving a long pison term years for protesting (non-violently) Chinese government. Here.
Grand Banana Republic: Lawyer jailed for refusing to pledge allegiance to flag. Here. (Note: The fact that the lawyer was released five hours later does not diminish the totalitarian nature of this case (nor does it matter what judicial level the judge was at); the fact remains, a Grand Banana Republic citizen was jailed for contempt for not “supporting the government”).
“There was the man they called “Bob the Builder,” who wore only a hard hat. There was the naked sunbather who remarked, “Nice day for it, isn’t it?” to a woman taking a walk. And there was the moment, Jules Perkins said, when the dizzying array of sexual forces that have somehow descended on her blameless Surrey village came together all at once, like a scene from a one-size-fits-all X-rated film…” Here (NY Times).
We then headed toward the main prayer hall while several men followed close behind, muttering angrily in Arabic. As soon as we entered the prayer hall, they confronted us.
“Are you Muslim?” one of them demanded to know.
“No,” I replied. “But we were invited to come here by Imam Namous.” This did not impress any of them, even though I could see Imam Namous on the other side of the room talking to a group of children.
The man then glowered at us behind a set of almost lifeless eyes. “You have to leave,” he shouted at us, “Now!” and he thrust a clenched fist into his palm.
This was the future of Muslim-Christian relations in America staring me right in the eye. –Read rest of article here (V Dare)
Note: remember now, racebaiters, Islam is NOT a race; Muslims do NOT constitute a racial group.
Looks like the jihad eco set is getting serious.
Related: I global cooling on the way? (Emmmmmm, could be, doc.) Here.
“…Lars Vilks, Lars Hedegaard, and Rabbi Jon Hausman were interviewed monday by Helen Glover of WHJJ 920 AM, Providence, about the sorry state of free speech in the West as we capitulate to Islamic intimidation over the Medieval dictates of Sharia-based “blasphemy” law. Rabbi Hausman’s matter-of-fact description of the security measures that Mr. Vilk’s brief visit to the Boston area entailed, are particularly chilling…” Here (Big Peace) and here (excellent radio interview). It’s astounding to think that these men were not allowed to speak in Philadelphia for fear of Muslim reprisal. By the way, back in Sweden Lars Vilks, a cartoonist, has had to booby-trap his home for his own safety; he also sleeps with an ax.
Related: Free speech on trial in Holland. Here.
Related: Publisher cancels publication of Muhammad bio. Here.
Slapping for votes in the Soprano state. Story here.
Tags: Health care
“…We don’t live as long as people in Canada, Japan, most of Western Europe or even relatively poor Jordan. Misdiagnosis is common. Medical errors occur more often than in some other countries. Unique to the developed world, millions of people have no health insurance, and millions more, like many fast-food workers, are underinsured…” Here (NY Times).
Tags: Multitasking, Political correctness
- Resolved: multitasking is bad for your brain. Here.
- Hey, here’s an idea (who’s time has come?–so everyone grab your crayons)…Everybody knows what happens in the politically correct world when you sponsor a Everybody Draw Mohammad Day. So how about someone sponsoring an Everybody Draw Imam Rauf Day?
- That’s all you got? Bring on the mother of all denials of service why dontya. Here