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calendar   Tuesday - August 28, 2012

mutual dislike of America and a row over a dirtbag

A mutual dislike of America and a row over that dirtbag Assange, brought together Ecuador and Iran.
Murky business deals are afoot.

I haven’t posted the whole article but it is worth reading.  Who’d have ever given any thought to things like this, without the investigative reporting of a paper like the Telegraph? 
Funny isn’t it, I approve of this and I really do believe they are truthful in the reportage.
BUT .. I never approved of Woodward and Bernstein and still believe that for whatever mistakes Nixon made, whatever unintended wrongs, okay. Intended as well, I always will believe Nixon was stitched up by the left.  I never thought it was all as bad as made out by those lefty loudmouthed bastards like Church and Absug. I don’t even know if I spelled the skanks name right and who cares? I’m glad they’re both dead and rotting.
Anyway … this isn’t about a former president.


Julian Assange case: Ecuador accused of allowing Iran to evade sanctions
Documents obtained by The Sunday Telegraph in Quito reveal detailed plans to establish substantial banking mechanisms between Iran and Ecuador.
By Philip Sherwell in Quito


The pictures show a backslapping mood of bonhomie between a left-wing South American president and the radical Islamic leader of Iran. Meeting in the mountain-ringed city of Quito last January, Presidents Rafael Correa of Ecuador and Mahmoud Ahmedinejad of Iran looked best of friends as they waved from the balcony of the Spanish-built Carondelet Palace.
Just how much an austere Islamist like Mr Ahmadinejad and a flamboyant, US-educated Catholic like Mr Correa really have in common is anybody’s guess.

But they do have a mutual dislike of America, a country described as “imperialist” by Mr Correa and as the “Great Satan” by Mr Ahmadinejad. And it is that same “enemy’s enemy is my friend” spirit that has now led Mr Correa to spark a diplomatic storm with Britain, after allowing the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, to take refuge in Ecuador’s London embassy.

The dispute, which has seen Britain surround the embassy with police, revolves around fears that Mr Assange, who is wanted for questioning over sexual assault claims in Sweden, may then end up being handed to America for trial over his leaking of a mass of US diplomatic cables.
That Mr Correa’s government has a highly questionable record on the very press freedom that Mr Assange claims to be a martyr is of little import: for Mr Assange, Ecuador’s support represents a potential get-out ticket, and for Mr Correa, it is simply another chance to poke Uncle Sam and its loyal ally, Britain, in the eye.

Yet for many of Mr Correa’s critics both at home and abroad, his tactical friendship with Mr Assange is indeed no more than that – a diplomatic nuisance, designed simply to make Mr Correa a new darling of the anti-American Left.
Of far greater concern, they say, is his burgeoning relationship with Iran – which, they claim, is now getting help from Quito to dodge the Western-backed sanctions imposed to stop it going ahead with its suspected nuclear weapons program.

Documents obtained by The Sunday Telegraph in Quito last week reveal that detailed plans have been drawn up to establish substantial banking mechanisms between the two countries, even though they lie 8,000 miles apart and have only the tiniest of trade links.

So why? After all, the raunchy nightlife of Quito is not going to attract Iranian tourists, for whom drinking and dancing is banned by religious decree. Nor do the bananas of which Ecuador is the world’s largest exporter feature high on Tehran’s import list.
Instead, the new financial ties have prompted suspicions that the real intention is to help Tehran circumvent sanctions by channelling funds through Quito.

“The trading links between the two countries are marginal, so this new orientation by our government can only be explained in ideological terms or hidden deals,” said Cesar Montufar, an opposition leader who first helped reveal the Iranian ties last month.

“Correa wants to position himself as a representative of the radical left on a global stage. The Assange case fits with that strategy. And so does his approach to Iran.”
What would make those links all the more appealing to Tehran is that Ecuador has used the US dollar as its own currency since a 2000 financial crisis brought the country to its knees. So any deal would give Iran, which is being choked of access to US dollars by international sanctions, immediate access to America’s financial backyard.

The mullahs of the Islamic Republic are not alone in being lured by Ecuador’s dollar economy and loose financial controls, however. Other far less pious customers are also believed to showing an interest, including global drugs cartels, money launderers and terror financiers, according to international financial crimes investigators and US anti-narcotics officials.



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calendar   Monday - August 27, 2012

what my caption for this?  sex?  guess so. wish I’d found something funnier

I’m not too sure if this is funny. What I do know is, it’s in tomorrows paper which is on line now. It’s about the weirdest thing I ever heard of, and in fact I never heard of this before.
Hesitated before posting it here then thought hey. Why not?  Might get some discussion going. Or more likely a few pithy comments.

Speaking of which, take a look at the on line comments to this story.  Many of them are very funny.  I don’t understand why anyone would make it public though. Kinda personal don’t you think?

This is a good a story to end my day with as any.  So here.

Woman who has up to 100 orgasms a DAY left in agony as even doing housework can trigger a climax

Kim Ramsey, 44, has incurable Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder
Orgasms brought on by slightest pelvic movement

By Nick Enoch

Some people fake them, others ache for them but for one woman, the big ‘O’ is the bane of her life… as she has to endure up to 100 orgasms a day.

Kim Ramsey, 44, has a medical condition which makes her feel constantly aroused.

Even the slightest pelvic movement - on a train, in a car, doing domestic chores - can trigger a climax, but the sheer volume has left her tired, in pain and unable to have a normal relationship.

Ms Ramsey, a nurse originally from Hitchin, Hertfordshire, suffers from Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD).

Doctors believe the incurable syndrome was caused by an accident in 2001 when she fell down some stairs.

This may have led to a Tarlov cyst on her spine, at the point where a woman’s orgasm originates.

‘Other women wonder how to have an orgasm - I wonder how to stop mine,’ she told The Sun.

Ms Ramsey, who has since moved to Montclair, New Jersey, first noticed the problem in 2008 after having sex with a new boyfriend.

She said: ‘I had constant orgasms for four days. I thought I was going mad.

‘We tried everything to make it stop. Squats, deep breathing, I even sat on frozen peas but the orgasms and sexual arousal continued for 36 hours - I must have had around 200 orgasms during that period. The pain and exhaustion was excruciating.’

Ms Ramsey said she now finds it hard to go about her daily life as she is worried she will not be able to control the sexual arousal.

She said she no longer feels like she has control over her own body: ‘Imagine feeling aroused for no reason other than you got up that day.

‘I’ve even had one in public. I was travelling home on the train and it was a bit of a bumpy ride.

‘Every jerk of the train or vibration made me more aroused and it was a 40-minute journey so there was nothing I could do.

‘I just had to bite my lip and sit on my hands and hope no one noticed.’

Although the sensations experienced during PGAD may seem like arousal, they are not actually based in any sexual desire, thoughts or behaviour, and it is unconnected to libido.

Any pressure on the genitals can result in increased intensity - and also bring on the urge to urinate.

Due to shame, guilt and fear of rejection, it is not clear how many people have the condition, as some patients may suffer in silence.

Ms Ramsey added: ‘Both women and men just don’t seem to get it - they seem to think it’s a great thing and, believe me, it’s really not.’

Despite going to several specialists about her condition, doctors remain unable to help.

The condition is very rare and there has so far been very little research into it.

Ms Ramsey only received an official diagnosis, in Pennsylvania, in June and will travel to London next month to see a PGAD expert.

She said: ‘At the moment I am able to work. But without the correct treatment this condition can limit my ability to work. I don’t want that. It’s already destroyed my chance of having a relationship.’

Here’s a few examples from Mail readers.

Does she have a ciggie after each one???!!!

- RobD, Meerkovo, 27/8/2012 16:12

I bet there’s 100’s of women throwing themselves downstairs right now!!!

- Keith, Kettering, 27/8/2012 16:02

Poor woman she makes a myth of the old sayings’ dont begin without me’ !!!!!!!!!!!!and ‘it only hurts when I laugh’!!!!!!!!!

- minnie, east midlands, 27/8/2012 13:25

My wife suffers from a form of this,only with her she orgasms when she sneezes and leaves her totally weak. When her sister asked her what do you take for it she replied… pepper!

- Sid Custard, Cobbletree court, 27/8/2012



Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 08/27/2012 at 12:16 PM   
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Not too smart

Should Have Used A Telephoto

California man killed in Alaska by bear he was photographing

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – About 200 square miles of Alaska backcountry terrain where a California hiker was mauled to death by a grizzly bear remained closed Sunday as investigators continued to piece together what happened.

Weather permitting, rangers at Denali National Park were planning to recreate the steps taken by 49-year-old Richard White, of San Diego, before he was attacked Friday afternoon near the Toklat River, park officials said. Before the attack, White photographed the male bear for at least eight minutes from a distance of 50 to 100 yards.

The weather was poor Sunday, with low clouds and rain contributing to low visibility. Park spokeswoman Kris Fister said that when the weather allows visibility, park pilots will fly over the area to look for other backpackers believed to still be in the general vicinity or heading in that direction. Fister said rangers might also go on foot to alert—not evacuate—the party believed to still be there.

The photographs in the recovered camera show the bear grazing and not acting aggressively. Spokeswoman Maureen McLaughlin said the bear did not even appear aware of the hiker until the final photos, which show the animal looking toward the camera.

A few hours after the attack Friday, hikers stumbled upon White’s backpack roughly 150 yards from his remains, McLaughlin said. The hikers also spotted blood and torn clothing, and immediately hiked back and alerted staff park.

Rangers in a helicopter spotted a large male grizzly bear sitting on the hiker’s remains, which they called a “food cache” in the underbrush.

A state trooper fatally shot the bear Saturday. The bear’s stomach contents were examined and found to contain remains and clothing that confirmed it was the animal that killed White, Fister said Sunday.

[ Oh God, I’m such a cynic and I’m going to Hell ... but I can’t resist this ... ]
Sometimes you eat the bear, sometimes the bear eats you.

Not only a great big telephoto, but a really tall and sturdy tripod. One you can stand on, 20 feet up. Because 100 yards is too damn close, and 50 is begging to die. Otherwise, go the other way ASAP when you see a bear. Because people are only the apex predators on Wall Street. In the forest without guns, we are snack items.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 08/27/2012 at 10:42 AM   
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not enough sailors to man its submarines.

This was a London subway (underground to the Brits) poster from 1936.
Showing weapons of war, it’s expected to raise £5,000 at auction in October.
However …..
The image by artist Edward Wadsworth was withdrawn.
Serious business here folks.
The reason for withdrawal?
Ah well.
Some claims were made that it promoted militarism.
Whoa. Can’t have that going on.


Meanwhile, in a totally unrelated story.

Navy ‘running out of sailors to man submarines’

Britain’s nuclear deterrent is at risk because the Navy does not have enough sailors to man its submarines, Ministry of Defence officials admit.
By Thomas Harding, Defence Correspondent
Internal documents warn that a lack of recruits for the Submarine Service may leave attack submarines and boats carrying the Trident nuclear missile stranded in port.
A separate threat comes from a predicted 15 per cent shortfall in engineers by 2015.
One in seven posts for weapons officers at the rank of lieutenant will also be vacant, raising operational questions over the boats equipped with nuclear and cruise missiles.
Many submariners are being poached by the civilian nuclear sector and those who remain are being forced to go to sea for longer and more frequently.
Adml Lord West, the former First Sea Lord, said the situation was “very worrying” and he hoped the Navy had mechanisms in place to make up for the shortfall.
Under the “Risk” heading of “Submarine Manpower”, the MoD’s internal safety watchdog said: “There is a risk that the RN will not have sufficient suitably qualified and experienced personnel to be able to support the manning requirement of the submarine fleet.”

more to read, source.


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 08/27/2012 at 08:20 AM   
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pygmies of politics draw a line in the sand, warn assad how to act in his own country

I heard on the radio that Obama has drawn a line in the sand (now that’s an appropriate word, sand is.) with regard to the use of chemical weapons by Assad. Then the Brit PM got into the act, not wanting to leave the bright and brave spotlight on O., and he too drew a line in the sand on the same issue.  Now France wants to flex military muscle because they are suggesting an alliance of western powers and bypassing the United Nations can you believe that?  The French suggest a limited version of a no fly zone. They want action but short of war.

As I listen to all this bloated bull shit from these political pigmies, I am left with the notion that France and the USA and the Brits, are all actually hoping like mad that Assad does use chemical weapons and thus give them the excuse they are desperate to find, to topple him. 

Another thought also comes to mind.

All that lovely technology used in the action in Libya, and it could be that the war there ended too quickly for the allies to use some other toys.
And lets face it, we do have so much unused and untested so far in actual warfare.

Oh joy.  Now here’s their chance in Syria to play with some more toys, if only Assad will co-operate and use his weapons of mass destruction.  It’s sort of like real estate with location, location, location.
But in this case with Syria and President Assad, it’s chemical weapons, chemical weapons, chemical weapons.
Never mind that so far at least, he has not issued so much as a threat to do that.
In fact, the allies have been clear that even the threat will be enough to bring them in on Syria’s civil war. 

I guess the bottom line is no surprise.
Only those govts. who have the approval of the politically correct powers that rule in the west, are allowed to defend themselves against armed insurgents hiding among civilians.  Insurgents who quickly cry democracy and call themselves freedom fighters usually get the front pages and the support they need.  The party in power almost always loses the propaganda war and the other over used cry is then heard.

Civilians are being slaughtered by their own government.  There’s mass-a- crees being committed and it’s all documented by who?
Right.  “Activists”.  Amnsty Intl., Civil Rights Watch, and a dozen other nosy do gooders who’ve no business there in the first place.

It does look very much like Assad could be ousted.  There’s talk here that Brit specialists are already there and have been. Hell, who’d know?
But I wonder what would replace him?

So do the few Christians who remain and whose questions have yet to be answered.


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 08/27/2012 at 07:39 AM   
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a brit on pat buchanan and msnbc

I guess I’ve been away from home news for way too long. Here I am with a computer and access to the world, and unless something hits me square in the face , I am unaware of much side news.
Drew posted the Newsweek cover which in turn led me to Nail Ferguson who I am quite familiar with.  I used to read his column in our papers here.
He’s a Brit, born in Scotland, and so I was surprised to learn he’d worked for one of our ppl running for the White House.
I rather liked his columns here. No surprise of course with my leanings.
And then I noticed someone else and this time someone I’d been totally unaware of. Timothy Stanley.  He is also a Brit, a historian, and he wrote about one of my favorite people, Pat Buchanan.  I may not not agree with everything Pat Buchanan holds to be true or right. And I’m not Catholic so don’t see things from that religious perspective as he does.  But I think he’s correct on more things then not.  I just wish he’d drop that laugh he uses even when something isn’t funny.

So here I am reading a book Buchanan wrote like ten years ago, and I never made time (and believe me it is quite difficult these days for personal reasons) to surf everywhere I should.  I have not kept up to TV in the USA.  I have not been as up to date on many side issues and things that might interest me if I were still home in America.  (oh if only. NJY will understand that very well)

So I had to read a Brit to inform me that one of my favorite Americans has been sacked by a TV network in the USA. A Brit btw, who has written a biography of, Pat Buchanan.

So that is how I came to discover that Buchanan got the sack from msnbc. Which led me to post this article written by, Timothy Stanley. Whose newsletter if he has one, I can see I’ll have to subscribe to.

From his bio.

I divide my time between London, Oxford and Los Angeles, with the occasional weekend in Washington DC. I’ll be blogging on the US elections for the Daily Telegraph. Like everyone of my generation, I’m a bit obsessed with Sarah Palin. I define my politics as Anarcho-Catholic – an eclectic kind of pacifistic, red meat eating, gun loving, tax hating, Buddha hugging voodoo. I’m temperamentally conservative, but neither a Tory nor a Republican. I love America deeply and I suspect she is the last hope for mankind (I really don’t want to have to learn Chinese).

Timothy Stanley


STANLEY: MSNBC blacklists Buchanan

Pat’s suspension completes liberal network’s divorce from reality

By Timothy Stanley

It’s official: Pat Buchanan has been fired from MSNBC. Mr. Buchanan broke the news with a blistering column that charged liberals with “blacklisting” him from the network. He wrote, “The modus operandi of these thought police … is to brand as racists and anti-Semites any writer who dares to venture outside the narrow corral in which they seek to confine debate. All the while prattling about their love of dissent and devotion to the First Amendment, they seek systematically to silence and censor dissent.” Pat Buchanan leaves MSNBC the same way he came in - in a firestorm of fighting talk.

The decision to dismiss Mr. Buchanan probably was more about money than politics. MSNBC is purposefully divorcing itself from popular opinion in order to corner the liberal market. The network wants to become the mirror opposite of Fox News: left-wing and unwatched. It’s a bad move for MSNBC and yet more bad news for American democracy.

Mr. Buchanan was suspended from the network in January at the request of the “progressive” group Color of Change, which also campaigned to have Glenn Beck thrown off Fox. Color of Change took issue with the pundit’s latest best-seller, “Suicide of a Superpower.” It’s a controversial text that contains such chapter titles as “The End of White America.” After Color of Change waged a heated campaign protesting Mr. Buchanan’s prime-time slot as an MSNBC contributor, network president Phil Griffin emailed the group to inform its members that he was giving in. The author was “suspended indefinitely.”

Mr. Griffin’s decision was peculiarly tardy, for he must have known what Mr. Buchanan’s reputation was when he hired him in 2002. Mr. Buchanan’s career spans three rabble-rousing presidential bids and nearly a dozen texts with very alarmist titles. Anyone who pens a book called “The Death of the West: How Dying Populations and Immigrant Invasions Imperil Our Country and Civilization” is hardly going to be Mr. Sensitive when it comes to discussing things like multiculturalism.

Nonetheless, MSNBC offered him a job because the network knew he’d be great for ratings. It helped that he combined extraordinary political experience (speechwriter for President Nixon, director of communications for President Reagan) with charm. In the course of writing a biography of Mr. Buchanan, I was struck by how many partisan liberals find him irresistible. MSNBC’s Chris Matthews told me: “With Pat, you’re arguing with a brilliant guy, not just a loudmouth celebrity. … He’s a funny, clever guy, and it’s hard for anyone to hate him.”

“Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough said all his liberal interns would cringe when told they would be meeting Pat Buchanan. “They’d say, ‘Isn’t he an awful person? He’s so right-wing.’ But after a couple of days with him, they’d all want to adopt him as their father.” Mr. Buchanan also was instrumental in advancing Rachel Maddow’s television career. She was a guest on a show Mr. Buchanan hosted, and he liked her so much that he recommended her for more work. Nowadays, she calls him “Uncle Pat.” It’s no exaggeration to say Mr. Buchanan was part of the MSNBC “family.”

So why drop him now? Because MSNBC is trying to establish itself as 100 percent liberal in an effort to corner the left-wing market, and Color of Change’s campaign threatened to tarnish that new image. Ordinarily, Mr. Buchanan would lobby and smooth his way out of the trouble that a book such as “Suicide of a Superpower” brought him. But he fell ill over Christmas and was unable to mount a fight back.

Many commentators have expressed horror at MSNBC’s capitulation to extortion, but they miss the point that the capitulation came so easily because it suits the network’s effort to monopolize liberal viewership. This development is bad for American democracy, for it will create a bifurcated media within which left and right increasingly have no dialogue on the same TV station and, thus, no idea what each other is thinking. The refusal by liberal outlets to air conservative views leads inexorably to myopic journalism that is cut off from mainstream opinion. Pat Buchanan will survive his ouster, but the quality of MSNBC’s output will take a terrible hit. Extreme liberals may rejoice, but the rest of us will be changing the channel.

Timothy Stanley, a historian at the Rothermere American Institute at Oxford University and a writer for the London Daily Telegraph, is author of the newly released, “Crusader: The Life and Tumultuous Times of Pat Buchanan”


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 08/27/2012 at 05:39 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - August 26, 2012

Well it’s about Time

Actually, it’s about Newsweek


I couldn’t believe it, so I whipped out my handy bridge spotting camera and took a snapshot.

Then I remembered who Nial Ferguson is. John McCain’s campaign manager.

I’m sure the radical leftists and stinky old hippies who are the dregs of Newsweek’s once mighty subscription base will have orgasmic apoplexy writing in letters telling him how wrong he is.

But he’s right, even if he was the guy who helped Juan McAmnesty run the wost campaign ever. Worser than Bob Dole or that foreign guy with the eyebrows in the tank ... Mike Twocockis, right?

See More Below The Fold


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 08/26/2012 at 10:00 PM   
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No. No no no. No no no, no no. No.

My life is turning to shit and I don’t want to accept it.

Maybe it’s been shit for ages and I’m just oblivious.

Maybe I’m really only 7 and can’t handle the adult world. Maybe I’m just the king of naive and willfully blind.

But I really do want to just deny the pains and the let-downs that I can’t do anything about. The ones that I don’t want to believe, the ones that I want to make better. But won’t.

Pollyanna is dead. Tinkerbell had her wings stolen and got stuck to a Shell No-Pest Strip™.

Oh, and in case you hadn’t heard, the condo market is dead. Thank you Barney Frank. You changed the rules to keep out the deadbeats, and now NOBODY can get a mortgage on any “affordable housing”. Guess all us poor and lower middle folks is supposed to be rentin’ fo-ebah, getting in on that HUD support.

Except that if you have a job that pays even $10/hr, you don’t qualify for a cent of it.

Seriously, go look it up: as of December 2009, Fannie and Freddie, Barney’s pair that underwrites 90+% of all mortgages, ... as of 12/09 if anyone is suing a condo association for any reason at all - ANY - then they won’t write paper on any of the units for sale. And most condo associations of any moderate size - 250 units or more - usually have a case or two on the back burner. A slip and fall, an owner angry about the plumbing. Whatever. Which means you the buyer can’t get a standard mortgage (the kind that can be traded on the market). At best you can get a portfolio loan, which is a local bank or investment group’s mortgage that they can not sell. And for this they will charge you 5-6.5% APR, when you can get a regular 15 year mortgage for 3 flat. And a 30 for 3.65, no points.

So the only people who can buy a condo - which is low cost affordable housing almost by definition - are the ones who can either pay cash for them, or who can take the 40%-85% mortgage interest rate surcharge in stride. In other words, people who really don’t need to buy low income housing.

Not that condo ownership has been a particular dream of mine. But it was one of hers, and she can’t do it. We together could make it work, but that isn’t a good reason for staying together, and I don’t know if I can make the spark come back. I know I can’t do it on my own, if she’s fighting me every step of the way. And that hurts. oh, that hurts so much


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 08/26/2012 at 07:33 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - August 25, 2012

violence in hospitals. who is responsible?  what? you need to ask? whoyathink?

We should not be and I’m certain are not, surprised. Not by the violence for sure.
We are not surprised that neither the article nor the Danish authorities will come out and say it.
No,no.  They choose the word, immigrants.  As if that somehow alters things or puts a different light on things. But we all know. Don’t we.

One of the things that stands out like a bright flame in the night, is how the cops reacted.  They did have guns I read elsewhere, and they did draw them “in a threatening manner” but sadly shot nobody.  The silly pc, multi culture fools only invite more of the same.

H/T Front Page Magazine

Hospital Terror In Denmark
Posted by Stephen Brown

It is a very dark, but little known, underside to the multicultural nightmare that western European societies are fast becoming. Hospitals, among the most respected institutions in Western societies due to their compassion and care of the sick and vulnerable, are turning more and more into places of immigrant violence.

The latest incident of such inexcusable savagery within the walls of a European public medical facility occurred last week in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. Danish newspapers report that about 70 men, some armed with “cudgels,” invaded the Odense University Hospital emergency ward, looking to further harm, even possibly kill, a man who had just been admitted in critical condition with a gunshot wound. Luckily, no hospital staff member was injured, and it was most likely the heroics of the police officers present that prevented the intruders from reaching the injured patient.

“There were pictures torn down from the walls. There were vases knocked into pieces. It was quite intimidating to both staff and police there, and several officers had to fire their guns to get them to disappear,” said one Danish police official in describing the chaos.
Another police official stated: “They poured in with clubs into the emergency room…The staff at the hospital had to jump for their lives, and several police officers had to pull their service weapons to force the group out…”

Frustrated at being unable to reach their target, the vandals then took their anger out on ambulances and police vehicles. In all, the Copenhagen Post reported that “one ambulance and four police cars were destroyed in the night’s events.”

The trouble apparently began earlier that evening between rival immigrant groups when two members of one group drove up to the other’s Eid al-Fitr celebration that was being held in a shopping center parking lot. After being identified as an enemy, one report states the 26-year-old victim wound up being shot at least twice in one leg and stabbed several times in the other, but several shots were fired at the car the two were in. It is also at the crime scene that two of the four police cars may have been destroyed, while an ambulance summoned for the injured man was also reportedly attacked.

The hospital invasion was so barbarous and disturbing to the Danish public that a “shocked”Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt was compelled to comment on it, calling it “serious criminal behavior” at a news conference. But noticeably, although the Eid al-Fitr is a Muslim celebration that marks the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, it does not appear she nor any police official, politician or newspaper identified the culprits as such. They limited their identification vocabulary simply to the word “immigrant.”

But there was no need for Thorning-Schmidt to be so “shocked,” if she had been observing the happenings in hospitals in other Western European countries the past decade or more. In Iserlohn, a city in Germany, the death of a Turkish man of heart failure in a hospital there, according to a report in the German newspaper Die Welt, caused the 40 members of his family, “out of rage and grief,” to lay waste to the facility’s Intensive Care ward. The reception area was ransacked, pictures torn from walls, chairs and treatment tables overturned, and medical equipment destroyed by wooden clubs.

The first police to arrive were greeted with “kicks and punches” and had to withdraw, using pepper spray and under “threats and insults,” to await reinforcements. Only a heavier police presence was able to calm the situation, after which charges were made.

Doctors and other hospital personnel are often victims of individual attacks as well. In his book The Spread of Islamikaze Terrorism In Europe: The Third Islamic Invasion, author Raphael Israeli writes: “In 2004, there were 145 attacks in hospitals in France, rising to more than 200 in 2006 in which medical staff had been attacked by Muslims.” A story in Le Figaro this year maintains that French hospital personnel are becoming “more and more victims of violence,” citing a report from the health ministry agency responsible for keeping track of violence in healthcare facilities.


And if you think that’s somethin’ bmews readers, take a look at PAGE 2


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 08/25/2012 at 05:00 AM   
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shower anyone?  this is a bit different for bmews

So the wife is looking through one of several magazines like Home and Garden and finds this item.
She interrupts my very important work here at bmews where I’m busy ranting on some forgotten subject to ask;
How’d you like a shower like this one? I look over to my left where she’s holding up the open pages of H & G to this page.

Must say.  That stopped me.  Yeah. I’ve never seen a shower like this one before. Of course, I have apparently led a very sheltered life cos when I emailed to a friend she wrote back saying she’d seen something similar a while ago.
Tis impressive however so I thought I’d share it.

Is this a first for bmews?  A post about a shower?

Now then, if Drew has a way with whatever software he’s using to place that babe in the previous post he did, inside this shower, it would look even better.  Don’t ya think?


Axor Stark Shower Collection by Philippe Starck

by Magneto on August 22, 2009

in bathroom design

The modules can be arranged to suit personal requirements whether if it’s the shower head, the smooth shelf, the speakers, or the light. There are many types of spray styles for the collection from uninterrupted flow, soft rain, or whole-body jet.  The water flows from a single five inch shower at about one gallon per minute.

Other options from the collection include the 28-inch three-spray Shower Heaven that rains down at the total of about 7.5 gallons. Composed of stainless steel or brushed nickel, the Axor Starck Shower Collection does wonders on providing cleanliness and refreshment to the human body.

that link will take you to some quirky but fun stuff to look at.  These new old fashioned large bath tubs leave us cold though. How the heck does one get in and out easily?  Oh right. One has to be no older then 30 and that might be pushing things. Give me a good shower any day to get clean in.

Wow ... brings new meaning to the word, Outhouse.
Well I did say quirky. Didn’t I?


The ad says this thing is a Smart Toilet and “looks after itself”.  ??  Do I wanna know?


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 08/25/2012 at 02:47 AM   
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calendar   Friday - August 24, 2012



2X lifesize

See More Below The Fold


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 08/24/2012 at 09:34 AM   
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bet america just can’t wait to have national health. look at the benefits america.

Milking the NHS

Nigerian woman told she needs Caesarean immediately flies into Britain for operation - costing UK taxpayers £10,000

She travelled 3,200 miles from Lagos to cash-strapped Wythenshawe hospital in Manchester


A Heavily-pregnant woman flew from her home in Nigeria to take advantage of the NHS by having her baby in Britain.

She had £10,000 of treatment but is understood to have returned to Nigeria with her baby without paying a penny.

The woman travelled 3,200 miles from Lagos to Manchester because she was worried about the standard of care in her own country and thought she would be in safer hands.

Two midwives, two urology consultants, a radiology consultant, two obstetric consultants and two anaesthetists attended her in the delivery room before her healthy baby was born by emergency Caesarean section on Wednesday of last week.

Before she was discharged on Monday, hospital staff sought billing details for the woman and told her the cost of the treatment was around £10,000. However, she is not thought to have paid anything.

Health minister Simon Burns said: ‘We won’t tolerate abuse of our health service. The NHS has a duty to anyone whose life or long-term health is at immediate risk but it is not there to serve the health needs of the globe.’

Hospitals are allowed to bill non-EU patients who travel from their home countries to the UK for medical treatment on the NHS.

But health sources say that in reality patients often return to their homeland without paying and the debts are then almost impossible to recover.

The Harvard-educated woman flew to Manchester Airport and went directly to Wythenshawe Hospital.

It is believed she chose the well-respected university hospital because she knew it had a maternity unit and was less than two miles from the airport.

On arrival she told doctors she had undergone an ultrasound scan in Nigeria which revealed complications with her pregnancy which suggested a Caesarean was advisable.

Nigeria offers free maternity treatment but the quality of the care is very poor and there is a high mortality rate. A woman there has a one in 13 chance of dying during pregnancy or childbirth, according to recent statistics.

Her baby was born at Wythenshawe without complication.

Mr Burns said: ‘There are comprehensive rules and procedures to charge visitors for hospital treatment but we know that the system needs to be improved.

HEY!  Does that now make baby niglet a Brit citizen?  Born here and all. ??
Lyndon?  Any answers?

And mommy can’t be too terribly stupid. She knew how to play the Brit system AND, Harvard educated?

But wait, there’s more.



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art and photography and an unbelievable story




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Norway: Socialist Tyranny

Today’s Totally Misleading Headline:

Norwegian Justice: Just 10 Years for Murder of 77?

A Norwegian court sentenced Anders Behring Breivik to prison on Friday, denying prosecutors the insanity ruling they hoped would show that his massacre of 77 people was the work of a madman, not part of an anti-Muslim crusade. Breivik smiled with apparent satisfaction when Judge Wenche Elisabeth Arntzen read the ruling, declaring him sane enough to be held criminally responsible and sentencing him to “preventive detention,” which means it is unlikely he will ever be released.

The sentence brings a form of closure to Norway, which was shaken to its core by the bomb and gun attacks on July 22, 2011, because Breivik’s lawyers said before the ruling that he would not appeal any ruling that did not declare him insane.

But it also means Breivik got what he wanted: a ruling that paints him as a political terrorist instead of a psychotic mass murderer. Since his arrest, Breivik has said the attacks were meant to draw attention to his extreme right-wing ideology and to inspire a multi-decade uprising by “militant nationalists” across Europe.

Prosecutors had argued Breivik was insane as he plotted his attacks to draw attention to a rambling “manifesto” that blamed Muslim immigration for the disintegration of European society.

Breivik argued that authorities were trying to cast him as sick to cast doubt on his political views, and said during the trial that being sent to an insane asylum would be the worst thing that could happen to him.

“He has always seen himself as sane so he isn’t surprised by the ruling,” Breivik’s defense lawyer Geir Lippestad said.

The five-judge panel in the Oslo district court unanimously convicted Breivik, 33, of terrorism and premeditated murder and ordered him imprisoned for a period between 10 and 21 years, the maximum allowed under Norwegian law.

Say WHAT??? 10 YEARS for gunning down 77 people, many of them children? Horry Clap, that’s LESS THAN 48 DAYS PER MURDER!!

Forget Norway!! [ come on, how often do I get a chance to use that one? NEVER!! ]

But the REAL truth isn’t even hidden in the article ... the teaser is blatantly misleading. Breivik didn’t get 10 years. He didn’t get 21 years. He got the maximum sentence allowed under Norwegian law, and Norway is a socialist state ruled by a king. Which means the rules don’t really apply, and Breivik is serving AT THE KING’S PLEASURE. Which means he is in jail forever.

But it also means that Norway is a tyranny, where the rules changes depending on which individual is involved. And it is perfidious sanctimonious bullshit on the order of Teh Fwench to claim “loving compassionate leniency” on the one hand (Breivik only got 10 years and may be out in less?) and iron fisted authority with the other (Breivik ‘ sentencing him to “preventive detention,” which means it is unlikely he will ever be released ‘). Socialism + Tyranny = Hypocrisy? Although Socialism = Hypocrisy and Tyranny = Hypocrisy are also tautologies.

I just think it’s two faced to call it 10 years, and for the news media to present it that way, when the reality is a life sentence with zero chance of parole. Somebody, somewhere, is a lying cheating mothafucka, playing us.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 08/24/2012 at 08:22 AM   
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