Friday, December 21, 2007

Books & Globull Warming

So I have been reading a lot lately, I read "The Political Zoo" by Michael Savage last month around Thanksgiving. It was a good book. Along with the comedy of the illustrations Savage give a no holds bar view on a wide band of people from politicians (left and right) to celebrities who won't shut up. Over all it was a fun read around 300 pages, that goes nice and quick. One day I will post a book list of what I have read and it's rating according to me.

Speaking of me, I have been telling people for a long time there is no such thing as a consensus in science and whoever tells you otherwise is a idiot. Algore has been spewing his man made global warming IS happening and IS irreversible and WE have to pay for it. Now a an official U.S. Senate report written by over 400 scientist who debunk Algore's stupid myth.

Now I have heard the argument "But isn't cleaning up the planet a good idea anyway?". It sounds alright except globull warming legislation has cost taxpayers MILLIONS if not BILLIONS of dollars. Just think about the ethanol push alone that was mandated by the POTUS, since then the cost of corn has gone through the roof. This caused riots in Mexico where a corn tortilla is their wonder bread. Also the prices of beef, milk, chicken, eggs and cheese have shot up due to the fact that they all require corn. I could go on and on... Light bulbs, cars, electricity and of course gasoline itself.

Read the senate report I know it's long but if you sat through "An Inconvenient Truth" you owe it to yourself to be informed on both sides.

Monday, December 17, 2007

Me and Fred

So I googled myself today and I came up first. That freaks me out. There was a time when I was 4th but to be first is kinda weird and cool. What I hope is that it means more people were reading this blog than I thought. If so sorry about the absence. I am willing to put my differences with google aside to satisfy my legions of fans. In case I didn't mention I have very different political views than google and I am unhappy with their censoring of, well, anything. Anyway to all my fans I will be posting here again till I find some thing better.

Just in case you didn't see my "myspace" I am endorsing Fred Thompson for POTUS. don't take my word on it read his positions on his page they speak for themselves. i know you are saying he doesn't campaign enough or he is "lazy" but I will tell you different. The MSM (mainstream media) does not want to see the likes of Fred in the White House. So they pick the candidate they think will be the biggest pushover for Clinton and play him up, Huckabee is that sucker. He is a RINO that can only be compared to Jimmy Carter. Of course there is the mayor, the mormon and the veteran but they all stand for the same thing. I know that we will NEVER have another Ronald Reagan to unite the country but Fred Thompson is the closest we are gonna get.

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Deathly Hallows

So I finished the latest and hopefully last Harry Potter book yesterday, it was pretty good. Like the the previous one I am not sure how the would make it into a movie, but after seeing Order of the Phoenix I hope they don't go chop crazy.

Let me tell you at the end Harry finds out his father is Darth Vader! No spoilers here, being I am a big reading advocate I say go read the book. It took me 9 hours over 3 days. It looks huge (760+- pages) but the action keeps the flow pretty quick. Plus once your into the story you don't want to put the book down (though it can get heavy after a couple of hours, its like a brick). It is a classic good verses evil story where the hero struggles with his purpose. I know the hardcore Bible thumpers are whiny about the whole witchcraft thing but it's a fictional book! Much like T.V. and movies if you can't teach your kid about fantasy vs. reality maybe you should give the thing child to your parents and tell them to try again!

I think she ended it well, but I would have liked the epilogue to be a little different. I know she wanted to wrap up but so many characters were left out I thought a few more key details would have been nice. What happens with who and so on.
The book does contain a lot of death and blood spilling, so I would say pg-13 is right on for future readers.

Sunday, July 1, 2007

It's not to late

We can fill the gap! Go to he link and sign the petition. We can rebuild them!

Sunday, June 24, 2007

Movies: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

I have seen a lot of movies in my life, but lately things have been well, lousy.

Let's go back a few weeks to the well anticipated "Spiderman 3". This would fall under the BAD category. I saw it twice to make sure. Dancing emo spiderboy ruined it FOREVER. Even the great special fx couldn't save this movie from the horrible acting of Toby M. and Kirsten D. I wanted to like it, I am a nerd after all and comic books are a staple of nerddom.

Pirates 3, doesn't bode much better. It was more fun than "S3" but in the long run it "P3" sits well flat of the first. Poor acting isn't the problem here. It's poor plot, story and directing. With the open ending and talk of "P4" haven't we beat this dead horse enough.

"Knocked Up" was almost a knock out. It's great for a couple of adults who want to see a funny movie. I laughed a lot watching this one. But the overkill of grossout humor and stupid jr. high mentality kind of jokes go a little to far leaving you wanting a little more from less.

"Hostel 2" was just crap. Even if you like horror movies this movie was UGLY. Long drawn out story for mediocre violence, arrghh it just frustrates me how bad it was. Crap crap crap that's it I'm moving on... man it sucked!

I mentioned a Good movie and will make due by giving you "Evan Almighty". In some ways Evan is better than Bruce, though it really cannot be compared with Bruce because it's not so much a sequel but a spin-off. Evan is masterfully played by Steve Carrell, who I think has a bright future in hollywood. The cast is well chosen and fits perfectly in their respective places. It's a movie I'd bring the family to (if I wanted or had one) but maybe 10 and up age wise. 4 out of 5 stars for Evan. Go see it, see it again, then let me know what you think.

Friday, May 11, 2007

Chinese SPY unloading our secrets

So I first heard of this on the radio, I couldn't believe what I was hearing. The Chicoms now have our next generation stealth submarine tech. He also gave them the next gen of AEGIS: The Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System is a US Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency program developed to provide a last line of defense against ballistic missiles. Which the chicoms have already integrated onto two of their naval vessels. We have to watch them. They instigate problems between the US and others (Iraq, Iran, Russia, N. Korea) to keep us from looking at the BIG picture of what they are doing. I stand by my previous statements that we will go to war with China in the next 50 years! The question is; Will we have let our defences down and not be able to stop the chicoms from taking over the world, or will we grow a pair and stop pretending our enemies don't exist? Chinese, Muslim or whoever intends to ruin the Greatest Nation on God's green Earth.

Engineer guilty in military secrets case
By GILLIAN FLACCUS, Associated Press WriterThu May 10, 4:29 PM ET

Jurors convicted a Chinese-born engineer Thursday of conspiring to export U.S. defense technology to China, including data on an electronic propulsion system that could make submarines virtually undetectable.
Chi Mak also was found guilty of being an unregistered foreign agent. Prosecutors had dropped a charge of actually exporting defense articles.
When the verdict was read, Mak at first showed no emotion but then appeared to hold back tears as defense attorney Marilyn Bednarsky teared up and rubbed his back. Defense attorney Ron Kaye's face was flush.
Mak faces up to 35 years in prison when he is sentenced Sept. 10.
Mak, 66, acknowledged during the trial that he copied classified documents from his employer, a defense contractor, and kept copies in his office. He maintained he didn't realize at the time that making the copies was illegal.
Kaye said the defense team still believes Mak is innocent.
"We believe the facts of the case have been manipulated, and we believe Mr. Mak didn't necessarily get a fair trial," Kaye said.
In many instances, the government was allowed to present classified information to U.S. District Judge Cormac Carney in his chambers, and the defense team did not receive some classified information about a request by the FBI to bug Chi Mak's house, Kaye said.
"We were confident from the start and we're very happy with the verdict," Assistant U.S. Attorney Greg Staples said.
Authorities believe Mak, a naturalized U.S. citizen, took thousands of pages of documents from his employer, Power Paragon of Anaheim, and gave them to his brother, who prosecutors say passed them along to Chinese authorities for years.
Mak was arrested in 2005 in Los Angeles after FBI agents stopped his brother and sister-in-law as they boarded a flight to Hong Kong. Investigators said they found three encrypted CDs in their luggage containing sensitive military documents.
Staples said the government may use the verdict to try to negotiate plea bargains with members of his family who are awaiting trial this month. Mak's wife, brother and other relatives have pleaded not guilty.
The six-week trial featured testimony from a parade of FBI agents, U.S. Navy officials and encryption and espionage experts.
Key to the case was the government's allegation that Mak confessed to the conspiracy — and even identified his Chinese government handler and specific restricted documents — during an untaped jailhouse interview two days after his arrest.
Mak testified he never confessed during that interview, but admitted that he lied repeatedly in an earlier taped interview about the number of times he had visited China and when he told authorities he didn't have friends or relatives there. He said he felt intimidated during the interrogation.
"This is why I lied," he said. "They were pushing me that night."
Mak's attorneys had focused on the propulsion system documents found in his brother's luggage at Los Angeles International Airport.
Mak said he believed he was doing nothing wrong by giving the documents to his brother to take out of the country because they were papers that had been presented previously at international

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Women & Mooselimbs part II

I found this article in WaPo (Washington Post). Read it all, it's coming to a home near you. Sure middle eastern guys can be swarthy and seem really nice but after you say "I Do".
You won't!

For Some Muslim Wives, Abuse Knows No Borders Traditional Pressures Can Persist in U.S.
By Pamela ConstableWashington Post Staff WriterTuesday, May 8, 2007; A01
One was a shy, slender young woman who spoke no English when she was brought from Pakistan to enter an arranged marriage with a stranger in Virginia. The other was a self-confident professional, born in Turkey but raised in the United States, who thought she knew what she was doing when she married an educated Muslim man in Maryland.
Yet both women fell under the sway of the same powerful pressures that sometimes reach around the globe to keep Muslim wives in the Washington region imprisoned in abusive marriages, unable to fight the gossip and shame that come with defying their culture and religion, isolated from help that is just a three-digit phone number away.
"My husband beat. He show knife. I am scared for him, for all family," said Shamim, 21, the Pakistani bride, who was rescued by police. She is being sheltered and tutored in English at a private home. "They say no money, no call mother at home. I cook for all, I not eat. I not know 911 what is. I think I go crazy."
Shireen, the woman in Maryland, speaks with articulate chagrin about how the crushing weight of social expectation kept her in a relationship that soon turned violent. Both women's last names are being withheld at their request.
"I was perfectly happy living alone, but the family kept pushing me to marry. I wanted to show them I was a good Muslim girl," said Shireen, now 37 and divorced. When her husband became abusive, she said, relatives told her to be a better wife. When she took him to court, she said, "everyone abandoned me. I was the one who had done something wrong."
Domestic abuse is hardly unique to Muslim immigrant communities; it is a sad fact of life in families of all backgrounds and origins. Yet, according to social workers, Islamic clerics and women's advocates, women from Muslim-majority cultures face extra pressure to submit to violent husbands and intense social ostracism if they muster the courage to file charges or flee.
A major obstacle to recognizing and fighting abuse, experts said, can be Islam itself. The religion prizes female modesty and fidelity while allowing men to divorce at will and have several wives at once. Many Muslims also believe that men have the right to beat their wives. An often-quoted verse in the Koran says a husband may chastise a disobedient wife, but the phrasing in Arabic is open to several interpretations.
"Many batterers manipulate Islamic law or use its perceived authority to control their wives. A man who has the power to divorce can really twist the knife," said Mazna Hussain, an attorney for abused women at the Tahirih Justice Center in Falls Church. "Muslim women want to be faithful to their religion, and the idea that you cannot disobey the word of God is very compelling, even if you are in an abusive relationship."
Mosques are a central focus of community life for Muslim immigrants, and the influence of their male clerics is enormous. Only a handful of these imams have spoken out on the problem of abuse, a source of shame and denial among their flocks.
In Sterling, Imam Mohamed Magid at the All Dulles Area Muslim Society offers counseling to engaged couples, ensuring they understand their mutual rights and duties. In Silver Spring, Imam Faizul Khan at the Islamic Society of the Washington Area holds weekly counseling sessions for troubled couples.
"For many years, our community did not face these issues. Women suffered in silence and fear. Even today, many imams think it could never happen in their mosque," Khan said. "Islam gives equal rights to men and women, but there are myths in Muslim society that men are superior and violence is permitted. This is wrong, and it needs to be said."
Khan and others are also trying to bring men into the debate by forming a group called Muslim Men Against Domestic Violence. But they said recruiting participants is not easy. Even when taken to court on charges of abuse, several experts said, many Muslim men will argue that they were within their rights or are being victimized by vindictive spouses.
Another powerful barrier to change can be the grip of Muslim culture, with its gossip among extended families and its tradition of arranged marriages, in which brides often are sent to live with their in-laws. Immigrant brides are frequently cut off from their families and isolated in new households, where they occupy the lowest social rung and might be forced to act as servants.
Social workers and government officials said there are numerous programs in the area to help Muslim women who are abused, such as hotlines with links to Arabic and Urdu speakers and shelters that serve meat slaughtered according to Islamic ritual. But if a young woman is brought to the United States, speaking no English and surrounded by in-laws, she might be as far from help as if she were living in a Pakistani or Moroccan village.
"Many women are kept inside, with no one to turn to," said Catherine Juhel, a counselor at the Foundation for Appropriate and Immediate Temporary Help (FAITH), an assistance program for Muslim women in Herndon. "They don't know the language or the laws here, only what their husband tells them. Often they come from a society where if you go to the police, they will bring you right back home. How can they be sure it would be any different here?"
A cudgel often wielded by abusive Muslim husbands in the United States is their power over the legal immigration status of their wives. Many brides arrive with temporary "marriage" visas obtained through husbands who are U.S. residents or citizens. Lawyers and social workers say an angry or demanding husband might threaten to "call immigration" and have the wife deported, raising the horrifying specter of her returning home in shame.
Many imported Muslim wives do not know that there are U.S. laws allowing them to seek residency alone if they can prove they have been abused by their spouses. Several legal-aid organizations in the region handle these petitions free of charge, and they help women seek protective orders and child custody.
A closely related problem is nervousness about the prospect of leaving home. In many Muslim societies, women are protected and housed by their fathers and then by their husbands; if they date or live alone, they risk being tarred as prostitutes. To seek shelter from strangers in an alien country might seem a worse fate than enduring abuse in familiar surroundings.
"Sometimes women do not want to go to shelters. Even if the man is beating her and the children, she may feel it is their Islamic duty to remain home and respect him," said Ambreen Ahmad, director of FAITH. "We try to show them that in Islam, their rights are protected and their duty is only to God. When they finally understand, they are so relieved they cry and cry. It is like breaking shackles."
In the case of Shamim, it took a series of contacts with sympathetic relatives and women's rights activists for her to summon the nerve to call 911. When she finally did, the police came in a patrol car, helped her pack while her husband and in-laws watched in astonishment, and escorted her to a friend's home.
"Now I am freedom," Shamim said, grinning broadly as she took a tea break recently from her English studies. "I stay America. Not go home. In home, everyone blame woman, it is my culture. Everyone blame me."
Yet even U.S.-educated women can be browbeaten into enduring abuse for fear of shaming their families or facing cruel gossip at the mosque. Organizations that help them escape are viewed by some conservative Muslims here as dangerous saboteurs of Muslim values and family.
In Shireen's case, even a college degree and a good job could not fend off the demands of family and community bent on fitting her into a traditional Muslim mold. Now that she finally has freed herself from an unhappy match, she said, she has become a pariah to the family that once hovered around her.
"I know I was stupid to give in, but you get overwhelmed by all the pressure," she said. "Now I have been totally shunned. I embarrassed my husband in the eyes of the community. It doesn't matter why I left him or what he did to me. Even in America, you can't always get away from home."

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Whoa! (more to come)

The one on the left is the ANDROID!
I'm gonna read up on this and post more soon.
You can read about it at the drudge report.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Women and Mooselimbs don't mix

Johann Hari: How multiculturalism is betraying women

It would be easy to congratulate ourselves on our tolerance of the fanatically intolerant
Published: 30 April 2007

Do you believe in the rights of women, or do you believe in multiculturalism? A series of verdicts in the German courts in the past month, have shown with hot, hard logic that you can't back both. You have to choose. The crux case centres on a woman called Nishal, a 26-year-old Moroccan immigrant to Germany with two kids and a psychotic husband. Since their wedding night, this husband beat the hell out of her. She crawled to the police covered in wounds, and they ordered the husband to stay away from her. He refused. He terrorised her with death threats.

So Nishal went to the courts to request an early divorce, hoping that once they were no longer married he would leave her alone. A judge who believed in the rights of women would find it very easy to make a judgement: you're free from this man, case dismissed.

But Judge Christa Datz-Winter followed the logic of multiculturalism instead. She said she would not grant an early divorce because - despite the police documentation of extreme violence and continued threats - there was no "unreasonable hardship" here.

Why? Because the woman, as a Muslim, should have "expected" it, the judge explained. She read out passages from the Koran to show that Muslim husbands have the "right to use corporal punishment". Look at Sura 4, verse 34, she said to Nishal, where the Koran says he can hammer you. That's your culture. Goodbye, and enjoy your beatings.

This is not a freakish exception. Germany's only state-level Minister for Integration, Armin Laschet, says this is only "the last link, for the time being, in a chain of horrific rulings handed down by the German courts".
The German magazine Der Spiegel has documented a long list of these multicultural verdicts.
Here are just a few:
A Lebanese-German who strangled his daughter Ibthahale and then beat her unconscious with a bludgeon because she didn't want to marry the man he had picked out for her was sentenced to mere probation. His "cultural background" was cited by the judge as a mitigating factor.
A Turkish-German who stabbed his wife Zeynep to death in Frankfurt was given the lowest possible sentence, because, the judge said, the murdered woman had violated his "male honour, derived from his Anatolian moral concepts". The bitch. A Lebanese-German who raped his wife Fatima while whipping her with a belt was sentenced to probation, with the judge citing his ... you get the idea.
Their victims are forced to ask - like Soujourner Truth, the female slave who famously challenged early women's rights activists to consider black women as their sisters - "Ain't I a woman?"
In Germany today, Muslim women have been reduced to third-class citizens stripped of core legal protections - because of the doctrine of multiculturalism, which says a society should be divided into separate cultures with different norms according to ethnic origin.

Too often this issue is mixed up with other debates and gets waved through for the sake of politeness. The right loves mashing "mass immigration and multiculturalism" into one sound-bite. Well, I think Britain should take more immigrants and refugees, not fewer - but multiculturalism is a disastrous way to greet them.
These German cases highlight the flaw at the core of multiculturalism. It assumes that immigrants have one homogenous culture which they should all follow - and it allows the most reactionary and revolting men in their midst to define what that culture is. Across Europe, many imams are offering advice to Muslim men on how to beat Muslim women. For example, in Spain, the popular Imam Mohammed Kamal Mustafa warns that you shouldn't use "whips that are too thick" because they leave scars that can be detected by the "infidels". That might be Mustafa's culture - but it isn't Nishal's. It isn't the culture of the women who scream and weep as they are beaten.

And yes, we should admit that this is disproportionately a problem among Muslim, Sikh and Hindu immigrants who arrive from countries which have not had women's rights movements. Listen to Jasvinder Sanghera, who founded the best British charity helping Asian women after her sister was beaten and beaten and then burned herself to death. She says: "It's a betrayal of these women to be PC about this. Look at the figures. Asian women in Britain are three times more likely to commit suicide than their white friends. That's because of all this."

Yet the brave campaigners who have tried to help these women - like the Labour MP Ann Cryer - have been smeared as racist. In fact, the real racists are the people who vehemently condemn misogyny and homophobia when it comes from white people but mysteriously fall silent when it comes from black and Asian men.

Indeed, in the name of this warm, welcoming multiculturalism, the German courts have explicitly compared Muslim women to the brain-damaged. The highest administrative court in North Rhine-Westphalia has agreed that Muslim parents have the "right" to forbid their daughter from going on a school trip unless she was accompanied by a male family member at all times. The judges said the girl was like "a partially mentally impaired person who, because of her disability, can only travel with a companion".
As the Iranian author Azar Nafisi puts it: "I very much resent it when people - maybe with good intentions or from a progressive point of view - keep telling me, 'It's their culture' ... It's like saying the culture of Massachusetts is burning witches." She is horrified by the moves in Canada to introduce shariah courts to enforce family law for Muslims.

Multiculturalists believe that they are defending immigrants. But in reality, they are betraying at least 55 per cent of them - the women and the gays. It is multiculturalists, for example, who are the biggest champions of the Government's massive expansion of "faith" schools, where children will be segregated according to parental superstition and often taught the most literalist and cruel strain of a "faith".
What will girls and gay pupils be taught there? Will they have Sura 4, verse 34 drilled into them, along with the passages from the hadith where Mohammed calls for gay people to be executed? We know Catholic schools often push the most vile aspects of their faith at children; why should Muslim schools be different?
We desperately need to empower Muslim women to reinterpret the Koran in less literalist and vicious ways, or to leave their religion all together, as they wish. But multiculturalism hobbles them before they even begin, by saying they should stick to the "authentic" culture represented by the imams.
Yes, it would be easy to keep our heads down, go with this multicultural drift, and congratulate ourselves on our tolerance of the fanatically intolerant. But I can give you a few good reasons not to. Their names are Nishal and Ibthahale and Zeynep and Fatima, and, yes, they were women.
I know I promised this a while back but here we go. Women and islame don't mix, mohammad had several wives who he abused. The youngest of which was SIX YEARS OLD, and yes he consummated it.

An obedient muslame woman

(muslim)Woman Raped (by mooselimb) for reading the Bible

AN Iraqi Muslim man allegedly raped a Muslim woman as "punishment" for her reading the Bible.
Campbelltown District Court in Sydney's west yesterday heard Abdul Reda Al Shawany twice sexually assaulted the woman, a practising Muslim, and then said to her: "Let your Jesus help you."
Al Shawany, 52, has plead not guilty to two counts of having sexual intercourse without consent between September 1 and 27, 2002, at a unit in Warwick Farm. At the first day of the week-long trial yesterday, Crown prosecutor Michael O'Brien outlined the case and told how the woman allegedly kept the clothes and underwear she was wearing on the day of the alleged rape in a plastic bag for about three years.
The woman initially reported the matter to police but did not want to take it further because she felt "ashamed", Mr O'Brien said. She later changed her mind and Al Shawany, of Hillsdale, was arrested in July 2005 and the woman provided police with the clothing. The Crown alleges swab samples from the accused had the same DNA as the semen sample taken from the woman's clothing. "The complainant was born a Muslim and raised a Muslim and was a Muslim all her life," Mr O'Brien said. He said when the woman came to Australia from the Middle East she began listening to Christian teachers and reading the Bible.
He said the woman - who wears the Muslim hijab - had received threats from members of her faith for reading the Bible but had not converted to Christianity. It is alleged she met Al Shawany, who she had first met overseas, at Warwick Farm railway station in September 2002 after he told her he had some mail for her from overseas. Al Shawany allegedly then took her to a Warwick Farm unit and pushed her in the head as she entered. "She was wearing a hijab. The accused grabbed the hijab, the veil, and pulled it tight across her mouth," Mr O'Brien told the court. "She fell to the floor and she couldn't scream because she had a hijab tight across her mouth." Al Shawany allegedly raped the woman and later allegedly said: "Let your Jesus help you."
In a police interview, Al Shawany denied having sexual intercourse with the woman or threatening her.
Al Shawany's barrister Chris Pike told the court his client was a hardworking businessman with close ties to the community who strenuously denied the charges. "My client is not a zealot," Mr Pike said.
The woman gave evidence in closed court yesterday and is expected to return to the witness stand when the trial before Judge David Knox continues today

These women were just getting a petition signed, now their in jail!

Iran arrests four women activists: news agency(Reuters)2 April 2007
TEHERAN - Four women’s rights activists were arrested on Monday for collecting signatures for a campaign demanding equal legal rights for women in Iran, an Iranian news agency reported. The ILNA news agency said the women were collecting names for a so-called ‘one million signature campaign’ demanding changes in what activists say are discriminatory laws against women in the Islamic Republic. ‘Four women activists were arrested in Teheran’s Laleh Park this afternoon (Monday),’ ILNA reported. The report could not be independently confirmed. Iran denies discriminating against sexes and says its laws are based on Islamic sharia. A Web site reported the Iranian women activists launched the campaign in August 2006. Iran arrested more than 30 women activists last month when they protested outside a Teheran court in support of five other women detained last year. The authorities said it was an ‘unauthorised rally’.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Louise Arbour, rebuked Iran for those arrests.

I can find HUNDREDS of stories like these. If you're a woman dating a muslim man RUN, I am sure you have heard of the made for TV movie with sally field "Not without my Daughter" (based on a true story) look it up.

In Tamil Nadu town, fundamentalists play moral cops, even kill to have way
Jaya Menon
Posted online: Monday, March 26, 2007 at 0000 hrs IST
Melapalayam (Tirunelveli), March 25 Over a fortnight ago, 35-year-old Mumtaz was killed by a group of young men in Melapalayam in south Tamil Nadu.
They murdered her when she was returning from a local beedi company after collecting leaves and tobacco. They accosted her on the road, warned her against a affair she was allegedly having with a married man and the local manager of a beedi company. She just told them to mind their own business.
They first threw stones at her. Then, some of them came closer and stabbed her. Mumtaz died on the spot.
In Melapalayam, which the police say has been a hotbed of fundamentalism with a strong presence of Al Umma, there has been little outrage. “Many in the town believe that Mumtaz deserved it,” said Abdul Subahan (18), the district secretary of the student wing of Tamil Nadu Muslim Munnetra Kazham, a political outfit which police think is linked to Al Umma.
Residents of the town say Mumtaz had been given “sufficient warning” to keep away from her “paramour.” But she had not.
Her sister Nabeena said: “People in the town are saying she deserved it. We don’t know what to think.”
Her mother, Zubeida Hussein, who had left her daughter a few months ago after she began receiving threats, said: “Our heads bow in shame.” The mob murder on March 9 by the self-styled ‘moral police’ was not the first honour killing in this small town. Mumtaz is just the first woman victim. In August 1997, Selvakumar, a homeopath doctor, was killed for having “relationships” with Muslim women. The same day, 16 Al Umma sympathizers hacked to death two RSS workers who were karsevaks in the Babri Masjid demolition.

• In 2001, Sathyaseelan was murdered by nine Al Umma members for “having contacts with a Muslim woman.”
• Two months ago, three youths, all Al Umma sympathizers, were arrested after they threatened another single woman in the town “on suspicion” that she was having an “illicit” relationship with a married man. “They snatched her mobile phone and extorted Rs. 1,000 from her and told her to behave herself,” says Inspector Stanley Jones, the investigating officer in the Mumtaz murder case.

The Melapalayam town chief, Khaludeen, felt the youths should have brought the case before the local Jamaat. “Only a year back we threw a woman out of the town with her seven-month-old baby boy whom she begot through an illicit relationship,” he said. According to him, the married man accused of getting her pregnant, had “sworn” on Allah that he was not responsible. “Once a man swears on Allah, we believe him,” said Khaludeen. But the woman had to leave the town.
Said Dr Bhagat Singh, the TMMK’s district secretary: “The youths (accused of killing Mumtaz) should not have taken law into their hands. They read the Quran and make their own interpretations. To prevent such incidents, the Government should introduce the practice of stoning immoral women to death. Many Middle-East countries follow this practice and keep women under check. That’s the only way to handle such issues.” Two days after Mumtaz’s murder, the police arrested S Rasool Moideen (22), Shahul Hameed (21), his brother K Noushad Ali (19), K Imran (19), Mohamed Hussain alias Allappa (23) and Mohamed Moideen, all from Melapalayam. Two of them are college students. The police are searching for Shahul Hameed (27), who is said to be the mastermind. Police say Al Umma, the fundamentalist outfit which had become weak after the arrest of more than 100 of its members in the Coimbatore case, has been rejuvenated and is trying to enforce edicts on the Muslim community in Melapalayam. “We believe there are some agencies trying to lay down stiff rules for the society. They don’t represent the larger community and behave like outlaws,” said N K Senthamarai Kannan, the Tirunelveli District Superintendent of Police. “Unless someone comes forward with a complaint, we cannot do anything. They (the town residents) don’t have the courage to initiate the legal process as they feel they have to co-exist with the community,” he said.

I have been doing lots of studying on islame, so if you have any questions let me know, if I don't have the answer I will find it for you.

On a different point, if you can get a permit to carry a gun DO IT NOW, don't be a victim most of the time it is easier for women to get them, even in California.

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

What isn't the MSM telling us about ethanol

The women's post is still coming but I wanted to squeeze this in.
This is from the Washington Times, read it all, you'll see a weird coincidence about ethanol being added to our gas and the prices going through the roof!

Ethanol and its unintended consequences
By Deroy MurdockFebruary 4, 2007

Many Democrats and some Republicans applauded President Bush's State of the Union proposal for a 20 percent reduction in gasoline use over the next 10 years, largely through greater reliance on ethanol. Mr. Bush's idea, however, is adding corn-based fuel to protests in Mexico City. Existing federal laws that mandate ethanol in U.S. gasoline have diverted trainloads of corn from America's food supply-chain to ethanol factories. This boosted U.S. corn prices nearly 80 percent in 2006. That's bad enough if you buy corn on the cob for a weekend barbecue. But it's much worse if you are a poor Mexican surviving on corn tortillas. A kilo (2.2 pounds) of tortillas recently has shot up 55 percent, from 5.5 to 8.5 pesos. Poor Mexicans are not taking this sitting down. In fact, some 75,000 of them stood up Wednesday in Mexico City's giant Zocalo Plaza. More than 200 unions and social-action groups organized protests to denounce the rising price of this basic Mexican staple. "[Felipe] Calderon stole the elections, and now he's stealing the tortillas," screamed one banner, chiding Mexico's narrowly elected new president. According to the Associated Press, the normally free-market Mr. Calderon has been trying to get manufacturers to follow a gentlemen's agreement to keep tortilla prices flat. How has American energy policy inspired political instability in Mexico? This is a pristine example of the Law of Unintended Consequences. When big government does big things, all sorts of wacky stuff happens, and rarely for the good. Uncle Sam gives ethanol manufacturers a 51-cent-per-gallon subsidy. Anyone who wants to import ethanol is welcome to do so, provided he pays the 54-cent-per-gallon tariff slapped on ethanol imports. This is one reason for another unintended consequence: Gasoline prices shot up last summer since ethanol, largely produced in the Midwest, had to be shipped south and to both coasts to be blended, by law, with gasoline. Importing Brazilian ethanol into Atlantic and Pacific ports would have made sense, but then-House Speaker Dennis Hastert, Illinois Republican, hated the idea, since that would put competitive pressure on his corn-farming constituents. "I don't see an economic plus in it right now," Mr. Hastert sniffed. What other unintended consequences could the federal government's ethanol-mania propel? First, poor Mexicans will feel even poorer as tortilla prices stay high or climb even higher. At the margin, watch for more of them to throw up their hands and head north, to a neighborhood near you. Second, as fuel companies buy more and more corn, prices will rise for corn flakes, corn bread, popcorn, corn syrup and other food items. Grocery bills should grow, at least marginally. Third, humans eat corn, but so do cows, pigs and chickens. Meat prices will rise, hurting U.S. consumers and making American meat exports less competitive on world markets. Fourth, if they have not already, members of the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee will notice these increases in consumer and producer prices. Fearing inflation, they could start increasing interest rates. That would slow the economy and push into foreclosure more Americans with variable home mortgages.

Only in America would someone suggest BURNING FOOD to make tree huggers happy. You know I bet we could make fuel out of people... SAVE THE CORN!!!

Monday, February 26, 2007

Buried Stories that need sunlight...

OK so in the past few weeks we have had a rash of horrible things happening in this Country that the media (including foxnews) has buried.

1) There was a shooting in a crowded mall in Utah, multiple people died, the shooter was a MUSLIM!

I have searched the web and can find little to nothing on this story.

2) A MUSLIM cab driver got into an argument with his passengers over God, he drops off the men then proceeds to run them down with his car!

Again, little to nothing in the news, hate-crime?

3) A 13 year old boy is kidnapped at gunpoint by an ILLEGAL Alien.

The "mainstream (joke) media" ignores this and moves on.

4) Two Border Patrol agents are thrown in jail (12 years) for doing their jobs, one is beaten while in general population.

A drug dealer with $1,000,000 worth of drugs is shot in the BUTT. He is given immunity and CITIZENSHIP to testify against our Agents.

I am putting out a call on all who read this to look for more information about any or all of these stories. Get it to me and I will add it to this post. Lets see how much more we can find and EXPOSE this insane BIZZARO world.
Also if you have any other stories like these, send them my way, I'll post them here.

I know it's alot of reading, but we have to stay informed. Tell as many people that will listen, suicide bombers will be next if something isn't done... MARK MY WORDS.

Updates: For Border Patrol Story (this one says the 4th amendment covers illegals!)

Mall Shooting (identifies him as "bosnian" not mooselimb) (no muslame here) (FINALLY)

Cab Driver,2933,253038,00.html

Next Posting will be on women's rights in mooselimb world. Where is the N.O.W.?

Friday, February 2, 2007

William M. Arkin, SCUMBAG

Some LOSER, ass faced, hateful, scumbag, POS blogger for the Washington Post (wapo) wrote this crap about the BRAVE MEN who are fighting & DYING for our freedom. It's time to boycott the WaPo and let that pravada BURN. Following the losers rant is fun poem written by a Vietnam Vet.

William M. Arkin on National and Homeland Security

I've been mulling over an NBC Nightly News report from Iraq last Friday in which a number of soldiers expressed frustration with opposition to war in the United States.
I'm sure the soldiers were expressing a majority opinion common amongst the ranks - that's why it is news - and I'm also sure no one in the military leadership or the administration put the soldiers up to expressing their views, nor steered NBC reporter Richard Engel to the story.
I'm all for everyone expressing their opinion, even those who wear the uniform of the United States Army. But I also hope that military commanders took the soldiers aside after the story and explained to them why it wasn't for them to disapprove of the American people.
Friday's NBC Nightly News included a story from my colleague and friend Richard Engel, who was embedded with an active duty Army infantry battalion from Fort Lewis, Washington.
Engel relayed how "troops here say they are increasingly frustrated by American criticism of the war. Many take it personally, believing it is also criticism of what they've been fighting for."
First up was 21 year old junior enlisted man Tyler Johnson, whom Engel said was frustrated about war skepticism and thinks that critics "should come over and see what it's like firsthand before criticizing."
"You may support or say we support the troops, but, so you're not supporting what they do, what they're here sweating for, what we bleed for, what we die for. It just don't make sense to me," Johnson said.
Next up was Staff Sergeant Manuel Sahagun, who is on his second tour in Iraq. He complained that "one thing I don't like is when people back home say they support the troops, but they don't support the war. If they're going to support us, support us all the way."
Next was Specialist Peter Manna: "If they don't think we're doing a good job, everything that we've done here is all in vain," he said.
These soldiers should be grateful that the American public, which by all polls overwhelmingly disapproves of the Iraq war and the President's handling of it, do still offer their support to them, and their respect.
Through every Abu Ghraib and Haditha, through every rape and murder, the American public has indulged those in uniform, accepting that the incidents were the product of bad apples or even of some administration or command order.
Sure, it is the junior enlisted men who go to jail. But even at anti-war protests, the focus is firmly on the White House and the policy. We don't see very many "baby killer" epithets being thrown around these days, no one in uniform is being spit upon.
So, we pay the soldiers a decent wage, take care of their families, provide them with housing and medical care and vast social support systems and ship obscene amenities into the war zone for them, we support them in every possible way, and their attitude is that we should in addition roll over and play dead, defer to the military and the generals and let them fight their war, and give up our rights and responsibilities to speak up because they are above society?
I can imagine some post-9/11 moment, when the American people say enough already with the wars against terrorism and those in the national security establishment feel these same frustrations. In my little parable, those in leadership positions shake their heads that the people don't get it, that they don't understand that the threat from terrorism, while difficult to defeat, demands commitment and sacrifice and is very real because it is so shadowy, that the very survival of the United States is at stake. Those Hoovers and Nixons will use these kids in uniform as their soldiers. If it weren't about the United States, I'd say the story would end with a military coup where those in the know, and those with fire in their bellies, would save the nation from the people.
But it is the United States, and the recent NBC report is just an ugly reminder of the price we pay for a mercenary - oops sorry, volunteer - force that thinks it is doing the dirty work.
The notion of dirty work is that, like laundry, it is something that has to be done but no one else wants to do it. But Iraq is not dirty work: it is not some necessary endeavor; the people just don't believe that anymore.
I'll accept that the soldiers, in order to soldier on, have to believe that they are manning the parapet, and that's where their frustrations come in. I'll accept as well that they are young and naïve and are frustrated with their own lack of progress and the never changing situation in Iraq. Cut off from society and constantly told that everyone supports them, no wonder the debate back home confuses them.
America needs to ponder what it is we really owe those in uniform. I don't believe America needs a draft though I imagine we'd be having a different discussion if we had one.
By William M. Arkin

WaPo Weasels II Contributed
by Russ Vaughn
Want to slam our soldiers, Arkin?
Well here is one to slam.
I got used to Lefty slamming
When I came back from Vietnam.
So you want to put a muzzle
On our brave fighting men?
Well try muzzling me you jerk,
Just tell me where and when.

Your profession needs a lesson
In basic free speech rights,
For those you worms all hide behind,
For those who fight your fights.
Like all your soft and smarmy kind,
You really have no clue,
Who American warriors truly are,
What our warriors truly do.

How many times in your four years
As a chair-borne analyst,
Were you within an ocean’s width
Of combat’s hard mailed fist?
How many medals did you earn
In those warrens at Fort Meade?
In four years of four-eyed service,
Just what was your bravest deed?

FOX news has combat warriors
To help us understand the score,
While MSM uses clerks like you,
Who have never been to war.
Your resentment of your betters,
Seeps through your bitter writing,
And shows you have no clue or care
Of those who do the fighting.
Like your ivy-cloistered Comrades,
Your war’s between the classes,
Dialectics, speeches, theory,
Your heads firmly up your asses.

Russ Vaughn2d Bn,
327th Parachute Infantry Regiment
101st Airborne Division
Vietnam 65-66

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Pimping a 12yr old for an Oscar!

In her new movie Dakota Fanning will appear semi-naked and will simulate a violent rape. How can the Liberals claim to care about children when movies like this are honored and real child rapist are given fluff sentences. I personally believe Dakota's parents should be brought up on charges. Thanx to for the story.

'Hounddog': Fanning the flames of perversion
Posted: January 22, 20071:00 a.m. Eastern
By Ted Baehr
Throughout the last 20 years, young actresses have fallen victim to the terrorism of the mass media by being swept up into the hedonism and moral decay that Hollywood and celebrity too often offers. Young actresses like Demi Moore, Sharon Stone, Sara Rose Karr, Nicole Kidman, and most recently Dakota Fanning, have been lured by promises of celebrity and awards for starring in lewd, tasteless movies.

What these actresses, directors and agents do not understand is that movie goers tune out in increasing numbers after seeing their favorite stars disrespecting themselves on camera.
The Los Angeles Times recently polled a group of teens (ages 12 to 17). Fifty-eight percent of boys and 74 percent of girls said they were offended by material they felt was disrespectful to women and girls. Furthermore, the respondents who said they were offended often change the channel after viewing offensive material.

Caving to Hollywood pressures to take demeaning parts is career suicide for these young women. Looking at the career of Demi Moore exemplifies this. Young Demi had a very promising career, starring in successful movies like ''St. Elmo's Fire,'' ''Ghost'' and ''A Few Good Men.'' However, for whatever reason, in 1996 she decided to star in the controversial movie ''Striptease'' about a single mother who is a stripper.
The movie made her look silly, tanked at the box office, and Moore's career faded quickly. She no longer had drawing power among teenagers and the huge family audience. Not even a strong feminist role in ''G.I. Jane'' under popular director Ridley Scott could lift her career back to what it was. However sad Demi Moore's story seems, there is an even more heartbreaking one currently involving one of Hollywood's brightest young stars.

Today the movie ''Hounddog,'' starring Dakota Fanning, will premier at the Sundance Film Festival. The movie tells the story of a sexually and physically abused young girl who becomes sexually promiscuous. At the urging of her agent and parents, Dakota appeared semi-naked and filmed a simulated child rape scene. Her agent told the New York Daily News that the role in the movie challenged her as an actress, and ''not just the rape scene ... [but] in every scene she gets better and better.'' Her mother insists that her ''gritty performance'' will win her an Oscar.
What a tragedy that this bright, young, 12-year-old girl has been sacrificed to the golden statue of the Academy Awards!

During the Golden Age of Hollywood, the entertainment industry understood the value of a star's reputation. Especially young stars like Shirley Temple and Elizabeth Taylor. Good wholesome young stars were groomed to appear that way in every movie so that they would be seen as celebrities that moviegoers would admire and want to see again and again. Now, Hollywood chews them up and spits them out like the used prostitutes on Hollywood Blvd. in L.A. or the streets of Bangkok. This is reprehensible.

The sexualization of young children like Dakota is part of the sick ideology of Freudian Marxists, radical feminists, homosexual activists, and perverts who believe in the pseudo-scientific evolutionary theory that all children are born with an innate lust for sexual fulfillment.
Most of these politically correct moral degenerates tolerate sexual promiscuity, including sometimes pedophilia. They show little or no concern for protecting the innocence of children, much less the sexual purity of teenagers and young adults. It is truly a shame when young girls are led to evil by those who should be protecting their innocence.

Monday, January 15, 2007

"R" & 'D" no good for the Future at NASA

First Bush promises big things for the future then the GOP held congress makes him a lair. Now Dem congress is sealing the deal... Say goodbye to MARS!

WASHINGTON — Congress' failure to approve a new annual budget for NASA could force the agency to lay off workers, gut science programs or delay the development of spacecraft to return astronauts to the moon, according to lawmakers and space experts.
The crunch comes because Congress is freezing most 2007 spending at 2006 levels through Sept. 30. NASA's budget will be held at $16.3 billion, more than $520 million short of President Bush's request as part of his vision for exploration of the moon and Mars.
"Congress votes on what size space program they want to buy," NASA Administrator Michael Griffin told the agency's workers last week during a question-and-answer session broadcast on NASA TV. " ... And we will remove a half-billion dollars of content to match what they have told us to do.
"We will do what we have to do to get our programs into the budget that we are given," he said.
Griffin stopped short of saying what exactly will be sacrificed, and NASA spokesman David Steitz said the agency is waiting for guidance from lawmakers on 2007 spending and the White House proposal for the 2008 budget.
"It's like planning your family's budget," Steitz said. "Until you have the paycheck in the bank, you can't figure out what bills you're going to pay."
But in an internal NASA memo, posted recently on the independent NASA watchdog Web site, agency officials warned that the budget freeze could delay development of a manned spacecraft named Orion and its accompanying launch vehicle.
Orion is intended to replace the aging space shuttle fleet and carry astronauts to the international space station, the moon and beyond. The spacecraft, being developed by Houston's Johnson Space Center, is scheduled for launch by 2014, four years after the planned retirement of the nation's three remaining space shuttles.
Worrisome gapLawmakers and space fans are worried that the four-year gap, in which no U.S. spacecraft will be available for carrying humans into space, could widen.
The NASA memo also warned that funding for robotic explorers for the moon and other technology programs would be threatened because of the budget shortfall. Also in the endangered category are science and aeronautics programs that have been Griffin's favorite targets when NASA has needed money to fund the space shuttle and international space station.
Responding to questions from agency workers last week, NASA Deputy Administrator Shana Dale said she anticipates no layoffs at the moment but added, "I think we will all have to stay tuned."
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, working last year with Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., tried to add $1 billion to NASA's 2007 budget. They hoped the money would shore up all of the agency's programs, help NASA recover from the 2003 Columbia shuttle tragedy and repair damage to space facilities in Louisiana and Mississippi caused by Hurricane Katrina.
But after their amendment was approved by an appropriations subcommittee, it collapsed when the GOP-controlled Congress passed only two of the 11 federal spending bills for fiscal 2007 — those for the military and homeland security.
The incoming Democrats decided to concentrate on the 2008 budget proposals due in early February rather than try to patch together a 2007 budget in a matter of weeks.
Hutchison said her biggest concern is that Griffin will have to slash scientific research to keep the agency on course to complete construction of the international space station, retire the shuttle fleet and develop new spacecraft to return to the moon.
"The core focus, I think, is correct," Hutchison said. "The (new spacecraft), getting that up and running, and the shuttle, getting the space station finished so that we can retire the shuttles. That is the right priority because it's a safety issue for the astronauts.
"But when we have this cut, he's got to find the places that are on the margins, and I fear he's going to be looking at things like scientific research."
Across-the-board cuts
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Houston, who has long served on the House Science Committee, also is concerned about NASA's science programs. She is urging Griffin to trim budgets across the board rather than abandon some programs to pay for others.
"NASA only has to survive until October," she said. "We're having these problems across the government, but the minute we panic at NASA and begin to start shifting major funds, I think that is a disaster waiting to happen.
"It's unfair to those of us who believe in basic research and human space flight, and that happens to be the bulk of the Science Committee," she added. "I don't think they'd take kindly to a major cut in science."
Jackson Lee said she intends to work with Rep. Nick Lampson, D-Stafford, and others to see whether the departments of Defense or Energy, for instance, could help fund science research at NASA until fall. She said Bush's next budget request will be key.
"This is an opportunity for the president to make good on his commitment from his pronouncement three years ago on our mission to the moon and Mars by really putting forth a budget that we can work with for NASA — a long-term, solid budget that reflects the commitment to human space exploration and also the research aspects of NASA's work," she said.
If the White House comes through, she said, there is "sizable to enormous bipartisan support for NASA" in Congress.
Working out the details
Sean Kevlighan, a spokesman for the White House Office of Management and Budget, declined to discuss plans for NASA's next budget.
"At this time we're working out the details," he said. "Final numbers will be released on Feb. 5."
Hutchison, other lawmakers and outside space policy experts agreed with Jackson Lee that if the 2008 budget for NASA is reasonable, Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill will work together to pass it.
"NASA is well supported on both sides of the political aisle. This initial activity of the Democratic leadership certainly wasn't designed to single NASA out. They are simply trying to find a simple formula to move forward," said Joe Mayer with the Houston-based Coalition for Space Exploration. "The fact of the matter is that it will hurt NASA, but I don't think it can be read as a shift of the Congress under Democratic leadership or that now Congress is somehow less inclined to be supportive."
Louis Friedman, executive director of the Planetary Society, said the tension is not between Democrats and Republicans but between the White House and Congress. Bush's 2008 budget will affect NASA's fate more than congressional action — or inaction — on the 2007 budget, he said.
At stake in the budget to be released next month, he said, are not just NASA's science or aeronautics programs but also the Bush's own moon and Mars plan, announced three years ago today with much fanfare.
"I think the administration is caught," Friedman said. "They promised to put this lunar program forward on what they called a 'go as you pay' basis — they would go as long as they could afford it. What they did last year was renege on that. They said, 'Well, yeah, we can afford it by cutting other programs and cutting other important things that NASA does.' "
Congress has since endorsed the exploration plan, but lawmakers made clear they think NASA needs more money and needs to preserve funding for science and aeronautics.
Now, Friedman said, Congress will look to the White House for its response.
"Congress will say, 'Look, if you want to pay for (the moon plan), go for it,' " he said. " 'But if you don't want to pay for it, if you're not going to put up the money and the only way you're going to get it is to pay for it by cutting other things that are really important, then we'll wait.'