Monday, January 26, 2009

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

ABC

And Bush changes downhill eventually formed good.
Hopefully it'll justify Knowledge and love many need.
Obama as president, Quite remarkable.
Start the unification of varieties.
World=your zone.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Dr. M.L.K, Jr.

I think the reason we celebrated Dr Martin Luther King birthday on Monday was because its always on that monday that follows his birthday if his birthday doesnt fall on that monday.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Bush almost got hit in the head by a reporters shoe....lol



At the news conference on Sunday, a reporter by the name of Muntadhar al-Zaidi threw both of his shoes at President Bush as Bush gave his farewells to Baghdad.The little-known Shi'ite reporter, said to have harboured anger against Bush for the thousands of Iraqis who died after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion, had previously made headlines only once, when he was briefly kidnapped by gunmen in 2007.

Thursday, December 4, 2008


images from BintJbeil.com


The most dangerous place on Earth to me has to be Taliban, Afghanistan because people are
not just dying of dieases, the are getting killed by terroist for no reasons. They are killing people on there own land and not having any second thoughts or mixed emotions about it.


Here is an article that I found while on the website BintJbeil.com about Afghanistan.

The Alliance have not murdered 7,000 innocent civilians in the US. They have done their massacres on their home turf'

And now, without a blush or a swallow of embarrassment, we're about to sign up the so-called "Northern Alliance" in Afghanistan. America's newspapers are saying – without a hint of irony – that they, too, will be our "foot-soldiers" in our war to hunt down/bring to justice/smoke out/eradicate/liquidate Osama bin Laden and the Taliban. US officials – who know full well the whole bloody, rapacious track record of the killers in the "Alliance" – are suggesting in good faith that these are the men who will help us bring democracy to Afghanistan and drive the Taliban and the terrorists out of the country. In fact, we're ready to hire one gang of terrorists – our terrorists – to rid ourselves of another gang of terrorists. What, I wonder, would the dead of New York and Washington think of this?

But first, let's keep the record straight. The atrocities of 11 September were a crime against humanity. The evil men who planned this mass-murder should (repeat: should) be brought to justice. And if that means the end of the Taliban – with their limb-chopping and execution of women and their repressive, obscurantist Saudi-style "justice" – fair enough. The Northern Alliance, the confederacy of warlords, patriots, rapists and torturers who control a northern sliver of Afghanistan, have very definitely not (repeat: not) massacred more than 7,000 innocent civilians in the United States. No, the murderers among them have done their massacres on home turf, in Afghanistan. Just like the Taliban.