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calendar   Monday - July 10, 2006

Worshiping Evil


“Adolf Hitler was not an ordinary man to be [forgotten] by the wheels of time… Adolf Hitler does not belong to the German people alone, he is one of the few great men who almost stopped the motion of history, altered its course, and changed the face of the world. Hence, he belongs to history.”

-- Luis Al-Haj, translator of the book in the preface to the 1995 edition

Any Questions?


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/10/2006 at 04:09 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - July 08, 2006

Grinding Away In Gaza

Palestinian leader to Israel: “Please, let’s have a cease-fire so we can learn to get along.”

Israeli leader to Palestine: “That’s what you said last time - and the time before that, and the time before that, and the time before that, and - never mind ... here come some more tanks.”

It never fails. The Pallies strike at Israel and run away. Israel retaliates, hunts them down and kicks their butt. Then the Pallies call for a cease-fire - during which time they regroup, lick their wounds and plan the next attack. This time Israel is having none of it.

I urge Israel to keep hammering Hamas and the Pallies as long as it takes to get Cpl. Shalit back ... even if it means smashing every building in Gaza and pushing the Paleosimians into the sea. Then and only then might there be a real cease-fire.

imageimagePalestinian PM Urges Cease-Fire
Saturday, 8 July 2006, 13:37 GMT 14:37 UK

Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniya has called for an end to all military operations by both the Palestinians and Israel. A statement from his office said the only way out of the current crisis was for all parties to restore calm through a mutual cessation of hostilities.

But Israeli PM Ehud Olmert rejected the offer, saying militants should free a captured Israeli soldier first. Earlier Israel said its troops had left their positions in northern Gaza. Dozens of Palestinians and an Israeli died in two days of fighting there.

The military operations began after an Israeli soldier, Cpl Gilad Shalit, was seized two weeks ago. Israeli forces remain in southern Gaza, as well as east of Gaza City, where they clashed with gunmen on Saturday.

“In order to get out of the current crisis, it is necessary that all parties restore calm on the basis of mutually stopping all military operations,” Mr Haniya said in a statement released by his office in Gaza.

His Hamas-led government also urged Israel to open negotiations over the fate of Cpl Shalit. But officials in Mr Olmert’s office said he would not agree to a truce unless Hamas first released Cpl Shalit. The Israeli army says all of the forces that entered northern Gaza late on Wednesday have left the town of Beit Lahiya and are now back in Israel.

The BBC’s Wyre Davies in Gaza City says the withdrawal is significant, because the areas has been the scene of heavy fighting. Our correspondent adds that it is not clear why Israel has decided to leave now, but that it should ease tensions. This leaves Israeli forces in the southern Gaza strip, as well east of Gaza City.

The latter area was the scene of the latest Israeli operation early on Saturday. Troops, backed by helicopter gunships, moved on the eastern outskirts of Beit Hanoun and the main commercial crossing at Karni. The area is a Hamas stronghold, and three Palestinians are reported to have died in the fighting.

- More on this story from the BBC ...


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calendar   Sunday - July 02, 2006

Gaza Update

Lessons For The Day: When dealing with terrorists, (1) never try to negotiate with them until you have beaten the crap out of them, (2) don’t believe a thing they say, (3) ignore any media campaigns they mount to gain sympathy, (4) keep pounding on their pointy little heads until they decide to cooperate, (5) repeat step 4 as many times as necessary. Got all that? Good! President Bush understands that. So do the Israelis. Sometimes I wonder if anyone else in the entire freaking world understands it.

The Pallies (who have to hide their faces in the picture below because they are miserable, low-life retards who know their criminal acts will get them hung or shot if they are ever captured), are feeling the full wrath of the Israelis and are starting to get the point. It appears they are now ready to negotiate. I might add that this willingness to negotiate comes only after they have been pounded mercilessly for nearly a week. This is because they have thick skulls with no brains inside.

imageimagePalestine ‘Ready To Trade’ Captured Israeli Soldier
Negotiators ‘near deal’ in secret talks as Israel launches helicopter strike on Palestinian leader’s HQ
(GUARDIAN - UK) - Sunday July 2, 2006

Palestinian militant sources claimed last night that they were close to reaching an agreement in negotiations over the release of an Israeli soldier. They want a guarantee that Israel will free prisoners at a future date in return for the release of Corporal Gilad Shalit.

Palestinians say they accept that Israel will not free any prisoners immediately, but insist they will give up the 19-year-old soldier only in return for a commitment for a future release.

Because they have no confidence in Israeli assurances, they stipulate that it must make a commitment to a third party such as Egypt. Israel would also be expected to end its attacks on the Gaza Strip.

Palestinian Deputy Minister of Prisoner Affairs said Shalit had minor injuries but was in a stable condition. Speaking at a news conference in Ramallah, Ziad Abu Aen cited ‘mediators’ as telling him that Shalit, captured during a raid into Israel by militants last Sunday, had three wounds: ‘I guess shrapnel wounds.’

The news came as an Israeli helicopter gunship fired a missile at the Gaza City office of Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh. Yesterday the three groups holding Shalit said they would free him if Israel released 1,000 Palestinian women, children and humanitarian cases from prison. Mark Regev, of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, rejected the demand, saying that Israel would make no deals.

There has been energetic diplomacy to prevent the situation descending into a bloodbath. Ghazi Hamed, spokesman for the Hamas government, said Egypt, Turkey and other governments were mediating and making progress. ‘Israel says it will not agree to a simultaneous release, but it will agree to release prisoners in the future. We are looking for a third party, possibly Egypt, to accept a guarantee from Israel that it will respect that they will release prisoners at a later date,’ he said.

However, Walid Awad, a spokesman for Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian President, said ‘immense Egyptian efforts’ to resolve the crisis were being thwarted by Israeli intransigence and the inability of the Hamas government to exercise any influence on its military wing. ‘Ismail Haniyeh, the current Prime Minister, appears not to have any say in what is going on in this regard,’ he said.

- More on this breaking story at the Guardian ...


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What Goes Around …

Everyone knows that “what goes around - comes around.” In other words, there are no free lunches.  You reap what you sow. If any of you remember 1973-1974 and what it was like here in the US when the Arabs cut off the fuel supply as retaliation for the Israelis kicking their butt in the Yom Kippur War, then you can see the irony when the same weapon is turned against the Middle Eastern Madmen.

The Israelis are gradually tightening the noose around the Paleosimians, destroying their power station in Gaza and now cutting off their fuel supplies. The Pallies emergency generators (donated, no doubt, by generous Americans and Europeans) are about to run out of fuel and this spells disaster. The report below talks about babies dying in hospitals. Even worse, the Pallies don’t have power to watch the World Cup on TV. Ain’t that a shame ... ?

imageimageFuel Supplies in Gaza Drying Up
July 1, 2006, 4:36 PM EDT

BUREIJ, Gaza Strip (AP)—Ramadan Abu Hujeir’s gas station was one of the few businesses bustling in the Gaza Strip on Saturday. Lines of cars, tractors and people waving jerry cans spilled out into the road waiting to get some of the last drops of gasoline in Gaza.

Local officials and aid workers worry that the fuel shortage will stop more than Gaza’s cars. They fear that its hospitals will lose power and its water pumping stations will grind to a halt.

The water company and hospitals have had to rely on generators for an uninterrupted power supply since an Israeli airstrike destroyed Gaza’s only power plant Tuesday night as part of an offensive to pressure militants to release an abducted soldier.

Israel also sealed Gaza’s cargo terminal and turned off the gasoline pipeline feeding Gaza, and the supply of fuel for the generators has rapidly dwindled. Eissa Daher, the acting mayor of Jebaliya in northern Gaza, said there was enough gas to pump and treat water for between three and seven days.

If we don’t get a new supply, it will be an environmental disaster,” he said. Hospitals, which stocked up on fuel before the offensive, said they did not count on having to run on generator power for 18 hours a day. Shifa Hospital in Gaza City, the main hospital in the territory, has seven to 10 days of fuel left, said Dr. Jumaa al-Sakka, a hospital administrator.

“If the fuel runs out, people in intensive care units and babies in incubators will immediately die,” he said. The Israeli army said Saturday that Israel had increased the supply of electricity it provides to Gaza to make up for the power plant it hit and would work to allow food and fuel to enter in the coming days.

At a news conference Saturday night, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said his government is consulting with experts about the electricity shortages. He also said, “I hope to be able to bring fuel and food in because there is a famine happening right now, and what is to come maybe more dangerous, bigger and vicious.”

The fuel crisis has created tense scenes at several gas stations. Hundreds of people jammed one station in Gaza City on Saturday, crowding the gas pumps to try to fill their containers. Policemen intervened to guard the pumps and to limit purchases to 2 1/2 gallons per customer. The crowd at Abu Hujeir’s station in the small town of Bureij pushed and shoved to get near the gas pump.

“I can’t close down until it is all finished,” Abu Hujeir said, watching the rowdy crowd over his shoulder. His 390 gallons ran out in an hour, but the people lingered hoping more fuel would appear. “God knows what we will do next,” said Emad al-Nabahein, a Bureij farmer, who turned up with a one-gallon container to feed a water pump he shares with his cousin. He lashed out at the Palestinian government for not storing fuel in anticipation of Israel’s offensive.

No food or water crisis is yet apparent in Gaza, though many residents complain of having to walk up long flights of stairs and live without refrigerators during the sizzling summer days. Towns are providing electricity to different neighborhoods for about six hours a day, but some Jebaliya residents said they spent the whole day without power or water.

Khairiya Nasr, a 45-year-old mother of five, said she and her children “slept” through Friday. By Saturday morning, power and water had come back on. “We were very happy,” she said, adding that now she can shower. Samir Muhanna, 17, said the rolling blackouts made it a challenge for him and his friends to watch the World Cup quarter finals. “We went to four different houses to look for somewhere with electricity,” he said. “Finally, we found a store with power and we turned his set to the match. More than 70 people turned up after us.”


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calendar   Saturday - July 01, 2006

Edging Up To The Abyss

The time has come, the walrus said ... to speak of complete and total annihilation. The Jews and Paleosimians have edged up to the abyss and are gazing down into the depths. There is no backing down now. The Israelis are determined this time to make a statement. The Hamas scumbags don’t have a single clue as to what is about to happen. They have been blinded by their hatred and are crawling up to the edge of the abyss as fast as they can. With any luck the end game is near, as reported by The Australian ....

Israel last night threatened to assassinate Palestinian Prime Minister Ismael Haniyeh if Hamas militants did not release a captured Israeli soldier unharmed. The unprecedented warning was delivered to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in a letter as Israel debated a deal offered by Hamas to free Corporal Gilad Shalit.

It came as Israeli military officials readied a second invasion force for a huge offensive into Gaza. Hamas’s Gaza-based political leaders, including Mr Haniyeh, had already gone into hiding. But last night’s direct threat to kill Mr Haniyeh, a democratically elected head of state, sharply raised the stakes.

Just because he was “democratically elected” doesn’t mean squat in the Middle East. Saddam Hussein was also “democratically elected” by an enslaved populace. Just because you call it a democracy doesn’t mean people there are free - especially in Paleswine.

The bid to free Corporal Shalit was brokered by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who last night warned Hamas it faced severe consequences if it did not curb its “extreme stance” and described the growing conflict as a lightning rod for Palestinian vengeance.

A Hamas spokesman said the group would never recognise Israel, in spite of a deal its leaders signed this week offering implicit recognition of the Jewish state in return for easing an economic blockade.

“Never recognize Israel”? Obviously these murderous thugs have never heard of “never say never”. They have edged up to the abyss this time and as Nietzsche put it, “the abyss is gazing back.” And in case they haven’t figured it out yet, it’s awfully deep, dark and scary down there.

Israeli fighter jets bombed 20 targets in Gaza, including the Interior Ministry, which it said had been used by militants to stage meetings, while artillery hit the northern strip with 500 shells in the 24 hours until yesterday morning.

Jewish settler Eliyahu Asheri, who was murdered by militants this week, was buried on Thursday as leaders of the Popular Resistance Committees pledged to seize more hostages in the West Bank. No further word has emerged about another suspected Jewish hostage, Noach Moskowitz, who Israeli police said was found dead hours after Mr Asheri’s remains were found.

The Pallies never learn. They keep doing the same thing over and over (suicide bombings, spraying rockets into Israel), expecting different results. After sixty years these bastards have yet to figure out just how insane their behavior really is. They are all going to die if they insist on continuing this madness.

Much of Gaza, including two main hospitals, was without power and running water as a UN aid chief warned that the 1.4 million residents of the strip were three days away from a humanitarian crisis. “They are heading for the abyss unless they get electricity and fuel restored,” said emergency relief co-ordinator Jan Egeland, who urged militants to free Corporal Shalit and stop firing rockets into Israel.

Jan Egeland? Isn’t he the UN Under-Secretary that is always giving the US a hard time about human rights and chastizing the US for not pouring enough billions into third world money-pits? I thought so. With any luck the Israelis will take this asshat out too. We can only hope.

Residents complain that sonic booms caused by Israeli jets traumatise children and that shelling confines families to their homes. The arrested Hamas legislators have been sent to security prisons and many will stand trial on terrorism offences. The detentions have hurt Hamas’s already limited ability to govern and are likely to force a regime change.

Israel claims it has intelligence about the area where Corporal Shalit is held, but has been unable to pinpoint the exact location. Mr Olmert said the military would leave the strip if he was unconditionally and safely returned.

Egypt and the neighbouring Arab states of Jordan and Lebanon fear a war between Israel and the Palestinians could lead to uprisings within their own borders, which house many Palestinian refugees.

What a shame! The Pallies are being traumatized by the shelling. What do they think is happening to the Israelis on the receiving end of their daily rocket attacks - gladness and joy? And surrounding Arab countries are afraid their Pallies will cause trouble? What a crock of shiite! End it now! Let the Pallies fall into the abyss, never to return again! It’s time for Israel to unload on these bastards. Once and for all.



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calendar   Thursday - June 29, 2006

Schlock And Awe

Gaza: in a ragged strip of land 28 miles long and 7 miles wide there live 1.4 million deranged creatures who can best be described as the pond scum in the human gene pool. They inhabit an area about twice the size of Washington, DC. No other country wants them, including Arab countries. They contribute absolutely nothing to human society except violence, bloodshed, hatred and conflict. They cannot support themselves and are an economic drain on the rest of the world. What little money they can beg and borrow from other countries is mostly spent on bombs, rockets and guns while the majority of the population is left to live in poverty and starvation by their leaders. They claim to be victims. That is the biggest lie in human history.

The humane thing to do would be for Israel to line up the bulldozers and tanks and slowly push them into the sea. It would not be genocide but rather euthanasia - putting them out of our misery. Do I shock you with that solution? Don’t worry. It shocks me too. It shocks me that the world has allowed the situation to come down to this. It bothers me that I would even contemplate such an act. Then I think - “what if the situation were reversed”? What if the Palestinians held most of the land with a large army and the Israelis were trying to survive in Gaza. What do you think would happen then?

If you guessed that the Jews would be swimming with the fishes, you are entirely correct. There is no doubt whatsoever about that. For nearly sixty years, the Arab states in the region surrounding Israel have tried to do exactly that. They have never tried to hide their intentions in that regard. War after war and an unending wave of suicide bombers have made it abundantly clear.

So what’s to stop the Israelis from drowning the Palestinian rats and fumigating the countryside? Humanity. Decency. Compassion. All things that their enemies have never shown them. When will it end? The sad answer is that it will never end ... until one group or the other is drowning in the sea. Let’s hope there’s a lifeguard on duty somewhere ...

imageimageIsrael Keeps Up Pressure On Gaza
Palestinian officials held; settler’s body found
Thursday, June 29, 2006 4:57 a.m. EDT (08:57 GMT)

JERUSALEM (CNN)—Striking from the air, land and the sea, Israeli forces Thursday fired on Gaza in the midst of intensified clashes with Palestinian militants who have been holding an Israeli soldier captive for four days, the Israel Defense Forces said.

Israel’s navy pounded northern Gaza, firing from the eastern Mediterranean Sea, while Israeli aircraft hit targets in the north and the south. IDF tanks joined in the barrage. The strikes came as Israeli security forces overnight arrested 64 Palestinians in the West Bank, suspected of being involved in terrorist activities, the Israeli army said.

Palestinian sources said those arrested included dozens of lawmakers from the ruling Palestinian party Hamas. Those arrested were not taken into custody as a bargaining chip for Cpl. Gilad Shalit’s release, the army said. The raids came amid word that a body found early Thursday near Ramallah was that of Eliyahu Yitzhak Asheri, 18, a West Bank settler seized by Palestinian militants hours after Shalit was kidnapped early Sunday, Israeli security sources.

The troops moved back into Gaza early Wednesday, and the operation continued Thursday with Israeli aircraft hitting targets in Khan Yunis in the south and in Gaza City to the north. Israeli intelligence indicates Shalit is being held in the Khan Yunis refugee camp. IDF distributed fliers in Beit Hanoun, Khan Yunis and the Sajaiyeh neighborhood of Gaza City, warning that the Israeli army is operating in the area for an unknown period of time in order to bring Shalit home.

Israeli tanks could be seen firing into the area as dusk fell. An Israeli airstrike in Khan Yunis targeted what the Israeli military said was a storehouse for Qassam rockets. Israeli warplanes have knocked out bridges connecting northern and southern Gaza and destroyed a power station in an effort to prevent militants from moving the captured soldier outside southern Gaza, according to the IDF.

Wednesday evening, Israeli jets buzzed the home of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Ladekye, outside Damascus. Israeli television reported that the president was at home at the time. Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Shimon Peres complained that Syria allowed the exiled Hamas political leader Khalid Meshaal—operating out of Damascus—to order the kidnapping of the Israeli corporal. The flyover was seen as an attempt to bring pressure on al-Assad to rein in Meshaal.


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calendar   Tuesday - June 27, 2006

Countdown To Whup-Ass

Update: 10:26PM GMT - Hmmm ... ahead of schedule, I see. Give ‘em hell, boys!

imageimageGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) - Israeli planes attacked a bridge in central Gaza late Tuesday, Israel Radio reported, and Israeli tanks were said to be on the move, possibly signaling the start of a military operation.

Palestinian security forces said Israeli tanks were moving near the Israeli village of Nahal Oz, a main Israeli staging area just outside Gaza, but that they had not yet entered Gaza.

In the Shajaiyeh neighborhood of Gaza City, not far from the border fence, armed militants took up positions across from the blaring headlights of Israeli vehicles, and Israeli attack helicopters hovered overhead. The militants told residents to leave the area.

Israeli military officials said a limited operation has been authorized for southern Gaza, aimed at “terrorist infrastructure.” The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to reporters.


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Memo To Paleosimians: The Israelis aren’t kidding this time. I’m afraid you have finally crossed the line in the sand with this ridiculous tunnel and raid that killed two Israeli soldiers and kidnapped a third. If Corporal Shalit is not returned promptly, unharmed, without a scratch on him then you might be able to talk your way out of this mess. Otherwise there will be a sound like thunder as the tanks roll across the desert and all over your miserable ass. I can’t put it any clearer than that.

I truly don’t believe the Israeli government can afford to back down on this one. The Paleosimians have been ankle-biting the Israelis for too long and this latest act has enraged the Jews. What we’re about to see is going to be Old Testament “wrath of God” type stuff unless the Pallies come clean and back off. I can’t say I blame the Israelis for finally having enough of these dimwitted asshats. It is time to send a clear message to the Pallies. An eye for an eye ... and then some.

imageimageIsrael Masses Forces Near Gaza
January 27, 2006 08:20AM ET

NIZMIT HILL, Israel (Reuters) - Israeli tanks and troops massed near Gaza on Tuesday for a threatened offensive against Palestinian militants as the government said it would target Hamas leaders if an abducted soldier was not freed.

In northern Gaza, Palestinians blocked roads with dirt and barbed wire. Militants wielding automatic rifles and anti-tank rockets rigged explosive devices along a road as tensions hit their highest since Israel quit Gaza nearly a year ago.

The United States urged Israel to give diplomatic negotiations a chance to win the release of Corporal Gilad Shalit, who was seized on Sunday by militants who also killed two soldiers in a raid on a military border post.

Israel said leaders of the ruling Hamas movement could become assassination targets, including the group’s supreme chief Khaled Meshaal who lives in exile in Damascus. Hamas’s armed wing says it carried out Sunday’s attack with other factions but has not said it was holding Shalit.

“They have to understand one thing, that nobody is immune, including Khaled Meshaal,” cabinet minister and former general Benjamin Ben-Eliezer said on Army Radio. Clutching an AK-47 assault rifle, Abu Ubaida, a spokesman for Hamas’s armed wing, warned: “The enemy will regret the moment they raid Gaza. The price will be so heavy.”

At Nizmit Hill, just across from northern Gaza, around 100 Israeli tanks and armoured personnel carriers faced the coastal strip. Officials have not said when troops might go in. Israeli media said the government had approved a contingency plan to cut food, water and gas supplies to the
Gaza Strip if the conscript was not freed. Israel has shut Gaza’s crossings.

Hamas’s armed wing and the other factions involved in the raid, the Popular Resistance Committees (PRC) and the Islamic Army, have said Israel would not get information about Shalit unless it freed all jailed Palestinian women and youths. Israel has rejected the demand.

- More on this story at Yahoo News ...


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calendar   Monday - June 19, 2006

Sleepless In Jericho

There are so many things wrong with this incident that I have been unable to comment on it for the last week.  How could this little girl dupe her parents into getting her a passport? Whatever possessed her to take money from a stranger in a war zone, purchase a plane ticket and go to meet him? She is only 16, which is the age of consent in Michigan and he is either 20 or 25, depending on which news source you read. Nobody is sure.

Fortunately, the girl was tracked down by US authorities in Jordan and shipped home. Now, poor Abdullah is crying himself to sleep because his “soulmate” didn’t appear. This AP report paints him as a jilted lover, not a sexual predator. Maybe. Regardless, he had no business enticing Katherine to run away and come help him raise goats for the rest of her life.

If I were Katherine’s father, I’m afraid there would be some stern punishment in store for her and I ain’t talking about taking her iPod away. By the time I got through with her, I’d probably have worn out three or four belts and the young girl wouldn’t be able to sit down for a month. Cruel? No, sometimes when a child acts like their brains are up their butt you need to communicate directly with the problem.

As for this crap, shut ‘em down. These chat rooms and meeting web sites have caused more trouble than they are worth. They have become nothing less than on-line crackhouses. Until we can figure out a way to protect minors completely on-line somebody needs to provide strict monitoring of these web sites. And somebody needs to give a stern lecture to Katherine’s parents about actually being parents instead of witless jerks. Period.

imageimagePalestinian Anguishes Over MySpace Romance
June 19, 2006, 11:22 AM EDT

JERICHO, West Bank (AP)—The Palestinian man who befriended a 16-year-old Michigan girl through the Web site and invited her to join him in Jericho said he is heartbroken by U.S. authorities’ decision to send her back home.

Abdullah Jimzawi, 20, told The Associated Press that his love for Katherine Lester, of Gilford, Mich., was pure and they planned to marry. The music buff, who spends at least 10 hours a day on the Internet, decried attempts to portray him as an Internet predator.

“We love the same things, the same songs and we have similar dreams. I fell in love with her because she is innocent and goodhearted. We found ourselves as soul mates,” he told the AP on Sunday at his family’s comfortable house.

Jericho, a town of 17,000, is largely immune from the violence and mayhem plaguing the rest of the West Bank. Jimzawi, a high school dropout with close-cropped hair, a two-day beard and large, dark eyes, said Katherine was willing to convert to Islam and that the pair remain in close contact, speaking to each other at least five hours a day via Internet phone calls. is a social networking Web site whose enormous popularity with teenagers has raised concerns among U.S. authorities, with scattered accounts of sexual predators targeting minors they meet on the site. Jimzawi works in his father’s business delivering goods to minimarkets and has never gotten into trouble.

Earlier this month, Katherine boarded a flight to Israel after slipping out of her mother’s house. At a stopover in Amman, Jordan, U.S. authorities seized her passport and sent her back home.

Had Katherine made it to Jericho, Jimzawi said, she would have slept in his sister’s bedroom, not his. He said he would have walked with her through the tree-lined streets of Jericho, and his family would have celebrated her 17th birthday together on June 21. “When I realized she wasn’t coming I felt my whole world collapse,” he said. “My tears didn’t stop and I couldn’t sleep for three days.”


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calendar   Tuesday - May 30, 2006

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

This barking mad dog is a real piece of work. He is Hamas’ bomb expert and is #2 on Israel’s most wanted list. If he ever sticks his head out from under cover, he is toast. His name is Jamal Abu Samhadana and he heads Hamas’ 3,000 man militia. He is know as “The Enforcer”. He has also been named to be Security Chief by the new Hamas-led Paleswinian government.

Key quote: “We are happy when any American soldier is killed anywhere in the world, because the American Army is an aggressor against all the people in the world, particularly the Arab and Muslim worlds.” This is the voice of Hamas “security” in Paleswine. Bring me his head ....

imageimageHamas Enforcer Rails Against U.S. Gov’t
May 30, 2006, 3:00 PM EDT

RAFAH, Gaza Strip (NEWSDAY-AP) - In a back-alley interview, the top Hamas enforcer in the Gaza Strip railed against the U.S. government, said he’s happy whenever American soldiers are killed and vowed not to take Hamas’ 3,000-strong militia off the streets. Jamal Abu Samhadana, a 43-year-old explosives expert, is a key target for Israel and moves stealthily, switching cars and hideouts, despite his promotion to security chief by the Hamas-led government.

In an interview Monday with The Associated Press, Abu Samhadana called the U.S. and Israeli-led boycott of the Hamas-run Palestinian Authority “cheap extortion” and said it will only serve “to make our people more attached to the government.” “The American government and people will pay a dear price for this aggressive and criminal policy against the Arab and Muslim people,” he said.

It was some of the toughest rhetoric from any Palestinian official since the Islamic Hamas movement took power in March. And it came at a time when the Palestinian government is struggling to stave off a humanitarian disaster resulting from the international aid boycott. The interview took place in a small room on the second floor of a backstreet building in the Gaza Strip town of Rafah. Abu Samhadana’s men led an AP reporting team there after a long labyrinthine drive that included various stops and an order to remove a “press” sign from a vehicle.

Sitting before a photo of an Islamic Jihad militant killed by Israel, the black-bearded Samhadana, himself one of the most renowned militants in the Palestinian territories, denied old allegations he was behind a deadly 2003 bombing of a U.S. Embassy convoy in Gaza that killed three American security guards.

Still, he saved his harshest words for the U.S. and President Bush. “We are happy when any American soldier is killed anywhere in the world, because the American Army is an aggressor against all the people in the world, particularly the Arab and Muslim worlds,” he said. “The American people are known to be peaceful, so they are asked to move to bring down this terrorist government in Washington, so that the American people are safe from any attacks or retaliation.”

Abu Samhadana, No. 2 on Israel’s wanted list, wore a loose-fitting shirt and a baseball cap instead of his trademark guerrilla-style, black-belted uniform. His right hand and arm were burned and mangled in an explosion during what he said was an attack against Israel five years ago.

He spoke softly and at times cracked jokes, making eye contact only rarely with an American reporter. Aides served hot tea and roasted pumpkin seeds. Abu Samhadana’s appointment as director general of the Hamas-led Interior Ministry infuriated both Israel and Hamas’ Fatah rivals, led by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. It helped set the stage for recent Hamas-Fatah violence that has killed 10 people and raised the specter of all-out civil war.

In the interview, Abu Samhadana accused Israel and the U.S. of fomenting unrest among the Palestinians, but predicted new talks among the Palestinian factions would succeed in calming the situation. “We are certain that there are American and Israeli plans to provoke a civil war here like what is happening in Iraq,” he said.

After Hamas’ victory in Jan. 25 legislative elections, the moderate Abbas—who was elected separately—moved to take control of most of the Palestinian security forces. In response, Hamas deployed its 3,000-strong militia, whose rifle-toting black-clad members guard streets throughout Gaza, at times staring down Fatah rivals on opposite corners.

- There’s even more of this mad dog’s barking here ...


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/30/2006 at 04:53 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - May 27, 2006

Most Ridiculous Headline Of The Week

This little gem comes to us courtesy of the Gulf Daily News, which bills itself as “The Voice Of Bahrain”. I’ll just let you read the story about how the EVIL JOOZ “killed” four fine upstanding young Palestinian men (who probably worked at a baby food factory and were caring for a sick grandmother and blah-blah-blah) ...

Four Killed By Zionists
Saturday, 27 May 2006

GAZA CITY - Four Palestinians were killed in northern Gaza yesterday as Israel fired dozens of artillery shells into the territory. Three men died and five other were wounded in a house when a family member brought in and accidentally set off an unexploded Israeli shell that landed near the area, Palestinian security sources said.

The sources said the men killed were in their twenties, and two were from the same family. No militants were inside the house, the sources said. Earlier in the day, Israeli shelling near the area killed a Palestinian farmer, medics said. Israeli troops have in recent days fired dozens of artillery shells into north Gaza.

Meanwhile, 20-year-old Alaa Hujeir, who was shot by Israeli troops on April 15 when his car tore through a checkpoint in the occupied West Bank, died in a hospital in Amman from his injuries, his family said. The incident happened at the Al Badhan checkpoint in the Nablus area of the northern West Bank.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/27/2006 at 08:42 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - May 16, 2006

Disorganized Crime Syndicate

Protection Racket: an extortion scheme whereby a powerful organization, most often a criminal organization or gang, coerces individuals or businesses to pay protection money which allegedly serves to purchase the organization’s “protection” services against various external threats, whereas usually the actual threat comes from the organization itself. Those who do not buy into the protection plan are often targeted by the organization and are harassed to try to force payment of the protection money.
-- Wikipedia

Aksa Brigades Threatens US, Europe
May. 16, 2006 19:28

The Aksa Martyrs Brigades, the armed wing of Fatah, on Monday threatened to strike at US and European interests in response to international sanctions on the Palestinian Authority. The threat, the first of its kind, came as PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas was scheduled to hold talks in Moscow with President Vladimir Putin on the severe financial crisis in the PA territories. Moreover, the threat by Abbas’s Fatah party came as Palestinians marked the 58th anniversary of the nakba, or catastrophe (the secular anniversary of Israel’s independence).

“We won’t remain idle in the face of the siege imposed on the Palestinian people by Israel, the US and other countries,” said a leaflet issued by the Aksa Martyrs Brigades in the Gaza Strip. “We will strike at the economic and civilian interests of these countries, here and abroad.” The leaflet added: “Let the entire world know that we won’t succumb in the face of the policy of blackmail, siege and starvation. In the past we did not capitulate in the face of the policy of assassinations, detentions and air raids.”

The group also urged the heads of Arab and Palestinian banks to resist US and Israeli pressure and to agree to transfer funds from Arab and Islamic countries to the PA. Another armed group affiliated with Fatah, the Abu Rish Brigades, threatened to launch a new intifada unless the international community agreed to fund the PA. “This will be a merciless intifada that will destroy everything,” said Abu Haroon, a spokesman for the group in the Gaza Strip.

“We will plan and carry out more martyrdom attacks inside the Green Line regardless of the price and effort,” he warned. “Those who are imposing the sanctions on the Palestinians will soon regret their decision.” Abu Haroon, who was speaking at a rally marking the anniversary of the nakba in Gaza City, accused the US administration and some European and Arab countries of “acting as if they were receiving instructions from the Zionist Knesset.”

Thousands of Palestinians took to the streets throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip to mark Nakba Day. Many carried old keys as symbols of the right of return for refugees to their original homes inside Israel.

- More on the Palestinian Mafia at the Jerusalem Post ...

If I wake up tomorrow morning with a dead camel’s head in my bed there’s going to be hell to pay. We’re going to the mats if necessary. My consigliare will be in touch.

(-- thanks to James Taranto at WSJ’s Opinion Journal for the tip on this one --)


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/16/2006 at 04:30 PM   
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calendar   Monday - May 15, 2006


imageimageDAMN! Cave in to the b**tards again, eh? When are you people going to grow a spine and tell these asshats to go pound sand?

Each time you give in to their whining and begging without getting anything in return (like a promise to stop killing innocent people), the situation only gets worse. There are some government leaders out there that are in desperate need of a No. 9 Cluebat™ upside their pointy little heads.

Carefully examine the picture at right. Do you know what that is?

Palestinian demonstrators burning the US flag as they hold up the Iraqi national flag, during an all women’s protest in support of Iraq in Gaza City. Scores of Palestinian women protested against what they called US ‘war crimes’ in Iraq as the hardline Islamic Jihad movement hailed the ‘new intifada’ against the US-led occupation (Agence France Presse - April, 2004).


I can understand the spineless, nutless Fwench and Russians surrendering to these godless savages but if Dubya and Condi give them one thin dime I am going to be sorely pissed. The Paleosimians need a demonstration of “tough love” not more money. Let them rot in their cesspool for a few years. Maybe then they’ll come to their senses. Paying them off is only an invitation for more bloodshed. After all, why should they quit sending out suicide bombers when the ignorant, spineless western nations will continue to give them money anyway? ARGH!

U.S., Allies Agree to Palestinian Aid
UNITED NATIONS, May. 10, 2006

The United States bowed to pressure from its allies Tuesday and agreed to support a new program to temporarily funnel additional aid directly to the Palestinian people. A surprise statement by Mideast peacemakers, issued after a day of closed-door diplomatic meetings, did not say precisely how much or what kind of aid they would provide. But the agreement seemed to underscore a concern that months of withholding most aid from the Palestinians, part of an effort to pressure the new Hamas-led government toward a more accommodating stance with Israel, was harming the Palestinian people.

The new fund represents a slight softening of the hard U.S. line against financial engagement with Hamas, the militant Islamic group that has conducted numerous terrorist attacks. The United States, the European Union and Israel list Hamas as a terrorist organization. The United States and European Union have cut off direct aid to the Palestinian government while pledging to help meet the crushing humanitarian needs of the Palestinian people through charities and other means.

Israel has also refused to transfer $55 million in monthly tax revenues it collects for the Palestinian Authority. Overseas donations, mostly from Europe, have long sustained the cash-strapped and bloated Palestinian government. The new fund is supposed to administer only money for basic human needs. But both European and U.S. diplomats said that at some point it might be used to pay salaries for urgently needed doctors or teachers or for other services that the Hamas government otherwise would be expected to provide.

Hamas won election in part because of a record of providing services that the previous secular Fatah leadership did not. The aid cutoff has left the Palestinian government virtually broke and increasingly unable to provide basic services. Some 165,000 government workers, whose incomes had supported one-third of Palestinian families, have not been paid for the past two months, and the World Bank warned this week of an impending crisis.

Frustrations rose to the surface over the weekend, when hundreds of Palestinians staged strikes and demonstrations in the West Bank and Gaza to demand payment, the first public signs of discontent with Hamas’ handling of the situation. European governments in particular have been alarmed at the worsening plight for unemployed Palestinians and concerned that charities and U.N. agencies could not meet the demand for services or handle the amount of money that might be needed, diplomats said.

They pressed the United States to agree to the new humanitarian fund, even though that kind of assistance may be an indirect benefit to Hamas. The United States agreed on condition the fund be temporary and limited to programs that meet basic needs, a senior State Department official said. ”It would be against our values to let people starve,” said Marc Otte, the EU’s special envoy for the Mideast.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said the European Union would take the lead in setting up the new fund. The United States is not expected to contribute. The United Nations and Russia, the other partners in the Quartet peacemaking group along with the U.S., also endorsed the program. The international group issued a warning to Hamas three months ago that it risked a loss of international aid if it did not change its policies. “The thrust of this is the international community is still trying to respond to the needs of the Palestinian people,” Rice said.

- More on this idiocy at SEE-BS NEWS ...

We have people on the Mississippi Gulf Coast who are homeless and barely getting by. We have victims of Hurricane Katrina still scattered across the country. And you want to give money to these barbaric murderers overseas? No! No! No! No! No!


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/15/2006 at 01:32 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - May 14, 2006

Daniel Was Sixteen

Daniel Wultz was sixteen. He will never be seventeen thanks to a Paleosimian suicide bomber. He has been fighting for his life for nearly a month now after the bombing in Tel Aviv. This brings the total number of Americans killed or wounded by Paleosimian suicide bombers since 1992 to 200. They were killed by terrorists from the rat-infested pesthole called “Palestine”. That is where an avowed terrorist organization is now in control of the “government”. Black and white. There is no gray here. This is good vs. evil.

This will not stop until someone sends a clear and concise message to the Paleosimians that it is a really bad idea to kill Americans and people who do will be punished ... with sudden and overwhelming violence. I’m not talking about economic sanctions. Let me be perfectly clear - the only message that will get through to these barbaric savages is something similar to Operation Rolling Thunder. A fleet of B-52s loaded with 2,000 pound bombs carpet-bombing the Gaza Strip from one end to the other. And back again. Complete and total annihilation of every living creature.

Of course, the French, the UN and Iran will scream and call us names. The Islamofascists will probably also threaten us with reprisals. That is when we quietly explain that the next American who dies from a terrorist attack will bring hellfire and armageddon down on the country responsible. Teddy Roosevelt called it “walk softly and carry a big stick.”

As for Daniel and his family, I extend my deepest sympathies and prayers. It doesn’t have to be this way. Sixteen-year-olds should be worrying about girlfriends and school grades ... not digging shrapnel out of their chest.

imageimageU.S. Teen Dies Following Tel Aviv Bombing
May 14, 2006, 10:28 AM EDT

JERUSALEM (AP)—A Florida teenager wounded in a suicide bombing in Tel Aviv last month died Sunday from his injuries, a hospital spokeswoman said. Daniel Wultz, 16, of Weston, Fla., will be flown home for burial Monday, said Yael Tzuberi, a spokeswoman for the Tel Aviv Medical Center where he was hospitalized.

Wultz and his father, Tuly, were having lunch at a Tel Aviv restaurant on April 17 when a Palestinian suicide bomber detonated about 10 pounds of explosives in the entrance. Wultz’s death brought the number of those killed in the attack to 11, in addition to the suicide bomber. Dozens were wounded, including Wultz’s father, who survived.

Thirty-one of Wultz’s schoolmates flew to Israel earlier this month for a special prayer service. Tuly Wultz, who suffered a leg wound in the attack, said at the service that he and Daniel had managed to exchange a few words right after the blast, despite the severity of his son’s wounds.

“I held his hand and told him I loved him. He said he loved me,” the father said. Wultz came to Israel with his parents to visit relatives on Passover. He was critically wounded in the attack and doctors removed his spleen and a kidney and treated a serious leg injury.

The U.S. Embassy had condemned the attack and called on the Hamas-led Palestinian government to take responsibility. A smaller militant group, Islamic Jihad, claimed responsibility for the bombing, but Hamas officials defended it. According to the U.S. Embassy, more than 200 American citizens have been killed or wounded in terrorist attacks in Israel since 1992.

Purely in the interest of reporting honesty, let me know how many mainstream media outlets cover the story of Daniel’s death in the next few days. Knowing the MSM, this may be the only place you’ll hear about it.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/14/2006 at 12:05 PM   
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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
  1. Keep a firm grasp of Right and Wrong
  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
  3. Use every legal means to defend yourself in the event of real internal trouble, and, most importantly:
  4. Keep talking to each other, whether here or elsewhere
It's been a long strange trip without you Skipper, but thanks for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a swift kick in the behind to get us going. Keep lookin' down on us, will ya? Thanks.


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