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They were bound to succeed eventually, but that doesn’t make it any less tragic.

Say what you will about her politics, the fact remains that she was an incredibly brave woman and a staunch ally against Sharia and 7th century attitudes towards women. In the middle of an pisslamic cesspool, no less. We dare say that none would have thought less of her if she’d decided that it was safer to continue the struggle against medievalism from outside the dark center of it, but she’d have none of it. She refused to be scared or intimidated and kept coming back. A truly brave soul that will be missed a lot.

First the “Peaceful, Inner Strugglers” of pisslam tried murdering her by blowing up a one-year-old infant, then they tried using a fifteen-year-old and now, well who knows? We suppose we’ll find out once they collect enough pieces of the scumbag. Much to nobody’s surprise, al-Qaeda claims responsibility. Except for liberals, of course. They’ve been telling us for years now that there is no threat and no war on terror, but let’s not bring the differently abled mental midgets into this.

Needless to say, this is bound to make things rather interesting in Pakistan for a while.

The reactions from abroad are all over the board, ranging from the inane to the plain stupid.

President Bush digs out his old script, dusts it off and demands a thorough investigation and that the guilty ones be “brought to justice.” Right, Georgie. Let’s send the Feds, have them sift through the body parts and then send them off into al-Qaeda territory with a SWAT team and a stack of arrest warrants, why don’t we?

Here’s a novel idea for ya: Why don’t we send in a wing of Buffs instead and carpet bomb every square fucking inch of the hovels that the cowards are hiding in? That’s how we used to fight wars, you know. We don’t recall Eisenhower demanding that we send a bunch of detectives to Berlin to arrest Hitler, nor can we think of a single instance in which Roosevelt called for Tojo being “brought to justice.”

Bill Richardson, one of the Dhimmicrat Hopefuls, on the other hand insists that the only logical thing to do in the aftermath of an al-Qaeda terrorist attack is to… hold Musharraf accountable and call for his resignation:

We must use our diplomatic leverage and force the enemies of democracy to yield: President Bush should press Musharraf to step aside, and a broad-based coalition government, consisting of all the democratic parties, should be formed immediately. Until this happens, we should suspend military aid to the Pakistani government. Free and fair elections must also be held as soon as possible.

The Stupid™ is strong with this one.

We’ll remember that the next time there’s a shooting in Dallas. We’ll immediately demand that the Mayor resign. What is it with liberals and their pathological inability/refusal to place blame where it belongs?

We’re no fan of Musharraf, as a matter of fact he’s entirely too lukewarm in his pursuit of al-Qaeda for our tastes, but somehow we don’t think that bringing in a squabbling coalition (that would most certainly include a fair number of criminally insane Islamofascist whackjobs) to replace him is going to improve the situation here.

Pakistan is staring at a major domestic crisis here, you might even go as far as calling a looming civil war an actual emergency, and we don’t think that the solution lies in bringing in everybody for a social where they can sit around fiddling and discussing their grievances while Islamabad burns. Which, truthfully, we normally wouldn’t give two shits about, but they happen to have nukes too, which makes for a completely different ballgame.

Just sayin’, is all.

UPDATE: Bill Richardson’s mental diarrhea about ousting Musharraf and replacing him with some mythical “broad coalition” is particularly stupid when coupled with this little snippet about the actual political reality of Pakistan:

A recent CNN poll showed that 46 percent of Pakistanis approve of Osama bin Laden.

Aspirants to the American presidency should hope to score so highly in the United States. In Pakistan, though, the al-Qaeda emir easily beat out that country’s current president, Pervez Musharraf, who polled at 38 percent.

Yep, that’s right. Forty-six percent of Pakistanis approve of bin Laden. Clearly, the best thing to do right now is to bring those forty-six percent into government and put them in control of Pakistan’s nukes.

Also remember that our quarrel isn’t with the people in general, it’s with an extremely small, radical, out-of-the-mainstream minority. Right?

That was sarcasm, by the way.

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(Via Hot Air)

An Israeli scientist is now saying that the nuclear plant hit by the IAF earlier this year wasn’t merely a nuclear plant, it was a nuclear bomb plant.

ISRAEL’S top-secret air raid on Syria in September destroyed a bomb factory assembling warheads fuelled by North Korean plutonium, a leading Israeli nuclear expert has told The Sunday Times.

Professor Uzi Even of Tel Aviv University was one of the founders of the Israeli nuclear reactor at Dimona, the source of the Jewish state’s undeclared nuclear arsenal.

“I suspect that it was a plant for processing plutonium, namely, a factory for assembling the bomb,” he said. “I think the DPRK [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] transferred to Syria weapons-grade plutonium in raw form, that is nuggets of easily transported metal in protective cans. I think the shaping and casting of the plutonium was supposed to be in Syria.”


Your mileage may vary, but His Omnisciency would suggest that it isn’t. It’s a bit hard for us to imagine that an appeasenik and lily-livered fucknozzle like Ehud Smolmert would acquiesce to an armed attack upon a neighboring nation with all that that implies, just because he was worried that Damascus might get cheap electricity.

At any rate, it clearly demonstrated to Syria (and, *cough*, a certain turbaned titweasel in Tehran) that Eretz Yisroel won’t be sitting around with their thumbs up their arses while their enemies prepare Shoah II, the Sequel.

No matter what the State Dept. and Gondolapisser Rice say.

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(Via the Imperial Linkmaster General).

Syria has made their nuclear installation vanish.

What? No credit to the IAF?

Clearly, Sir, they contributed significantly to the “vanishing” act by making sure that no pieces were bigger than what would pass through a wedding ring first.

Now, if they’d only do the same to all of Damascus.

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And where did it lead us?

Foggy Bottom, ever the students of history, try one-more-time to reign in the Pyong-Yang putzes with a Killah Rabbit Redux.

US backs N. Korea nuclear facilities plan

President Bush on Wednesday hailed an agreement for North Korea to detail its nuclear programs and disable its main reactor complex, a key step toward what the United States hopes will be a denuclearized Korean Peninsula.

Bush said the announcement reflected the “common commitment” of the six-party talks to shut down North Korea’s nuclear program. The countries are North Korea, the United States, Russia, China, South Korea and Japan.

While some of us here at home, remember Carter leaving the plantation, and brokering a renegade “deal” with Kim Il Sung, describing the murderous dictator as “vigorous and intelligent” adding that “I don’t see (North Korea) as an outlaw nation”. That was immediately followed by the Goreacle convincing Billy-Bob to jump on the bandwagon. Nevermind the deal abandoned all previous demands for an immediate stop to their nuclear weapons program.

Under an agreement reached in February, Pyongyang was required to shut down and seal its Yongbyon reactor facility, which it did in July. The second phase required it to disable its sole functioning reactor at Yongbyon and provide a full description of all its nuclear programs.

Wednesday’s agreement calls for that to happen by the end of the year. China proposed the joint statement at last weekend’s end of a new round of the six-party talks, and it was accepted by all the parties.

Bush said the deal “will help secure the future peace and prosperity of the Northeast Asian region.”

Flashback to 1994, we got a “cross our heart and hope to die” deal exactly in this fashion. But our part of the bargain was $4 billion in light water reactor technology and $100 million in crude, payable up-front (your taxpayer dollars for “Peace in our Time”), while the NorKs immediately announced the deal was pay us first and we’ll stop at some point of our choosing. Curiously missing in this “latest and greatest” deal is they will provide a description of their program. Not even Inspector Cluseau and the IAEA to have a look-see, not that they could find their ass-cheeks with both hands? Now I hear there might be some inspector or technical assistance closing down the facilities in question.

The United States has agreed to lead disablement activities and provide the initial funding for them. Washington also reiterated its willingness to remove North Korea from a list of countries that sponsor terrorism, a key demand of Pyongyang.

No timetable was set for this action, but the joint statement said it will happen “in parallel with” the North Korean government following through on its commitment.

SSDD, no?

“The two sides will increase bilateral exchanges and enhance mutual trust,” the statement says.

Diplospeak translation: We’ll pay as agreed and take their word for everything else, even though this failed twice before. While were at it, let’s not forget the Forehead stating unequivocally in 1998 that the NorKs didn’t have an active ballistic missile program, one week later Pyongyang lets one rip over Japan and lands in the North Pacific.

On Friday, in anticipation of the new agreement, the United States also announced it would spend up to $25 million to pay for 50,000 tons of heavy fuel oil for North Korea. The February agreement calls for the parties to provide North Korea with 1 million tons of heavy fuel oil, or the monetary equivalent in other aid and assistance, in return for the first two phases of action by Pyongyang.

Neither phases Pyonyang has any intention of actually fulfilling. Foggy Bottom Rope-A-Dope, Asian Style. Here I’ll do the math for you, assuming the same market price, that February bunker-crude we will be paying $500 million for. Feel better now, you appeasing Chamberlain-Cattah wannabes?

Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill, the top U.S. nuclear negotiator with North Korea, said Tuesday in New York that the U.S. expects the process of disabling the reactor to get under way “in a matter of weeks.” The U.S. wants the dismantling process to be so thorough that a nuclear facility could not be made operational for at least 12 months.

Diplospeak Translation, again: The disabling and dismantling process will occur when Elvis locates Jimmy Hoffa and the man on the Grassy Knoll, sometime around next Jovember the 43rd.

Next year, he said, the parties will address “the actual abandonment of the fissile material.”

That would be the fissile material that 1) Hel HaAvir didn’t already scatter about in Syria already and 2) The rest of their stockpile they manage to find someone to conveniently “hold” for them. Yes I did hear it too, so before somebody starts yammering they also agreed not to transfer any materials or technology outside North Korea. If you believe that one, I’ve got some nice sunny ocean-front property in Arizona for you, cheap-cheap.

The North has about 110 pounds of fissile material harvested from the nuclear reactor at Yongbyon through a plutonium enrichment program and will have to declare exactly how much, Hill said. The U.S. also wants to resolve concerns about the North’s separate uranium enrichment program, he said. Giving up all material and weapons — experts say the North may have produced more than a dozen nuclear bombs — is the only acceptable final result, Hill said.

“In short, we have a long way to go,” he said. “Partial success is not success.”

That’s enough Pu-239 bangie-stuff to build 6 or 7 low kT yield bombs. It’s takes bit more Uranium-235 mass to produce an effective bomb and longer to enrich it but we have not the slightest clue how long they’ve merrily been playing at alchemy. It’s a safe bet that if they had enough to play the shell game to hide with Baby Face Asswad, they’ve got a larger stash elsewhere. Not putting all your eggs in one basket as they say. The fact alone that they’re negotiating tells my skeptical neuro-center, they’ve got all they want and need for the moment.

I’m sure the Foggy-Bottom fuckwits are expensing their post-orgasmic dry-cleaning bills, with the absolute gurandamnteed final deal with the NorK.

Can’t we just find one JDAM to spare?


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Yes, we heard the ferocious furrowing of brows and vigorous wagging of fingers from president Bollinger too, but before you wear out your arms patting him on the back for that “beautiful smackdown” and how it “utterly ridiculed that Tehran Tumblefuck in the eyes of the world”, allow us to remind you, once again, that it doesn’t matter one mosquito in an F-5 twister how YOU perceive it, what matters is how it is perceived in the part of the world that our propaganda should be directed AT.

And they’re having a ball with it.

But hey, if it makes you feel better, keep reminding yourselves how foolish the psychopath looked to US. I don’t know why that would be considered a “victory”, though, unless you were a bit on the fence about him to begin with, which I fervently hope isn’t the case.

Thanks, State Dept. and Gondolapisser Rice, thanks president Bollinger for handing a free propaganda coup to our enemies, enemies who are, as we speak, murdering American servicemen overseas.

May we one day forget that you were ever our countrymen.

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(H/t LC Cheapshot911)

Proof of cooperation between Iran and Syria in the proliferation and development of weapons of mass destruction was brought to light Monday in Jane’s Defence Weekly, which reported that dozens of Iranian engineers and 15 Syrian officers were killed in a July 23 accident in Syria.

Note to the Jerusalem Post: That’s not an “accident”, it’s called “The Hand of G-d.”

According to the report, cited by Channel 10, the joint Syrian-Iranian team was attempting to mount a chemical warhead on a Scud missile when the explosion occurred, spreading lethal chemical agents, including sarin nerve gas.

That’s horrible!!!

As far as we know, sarin kills quickly and painlessly. Bummer.

(UPDATE: Muzzy informs us in the comments that we may have our data screwed up on that last point:

Initial symptoms following exposure to sarin are a runny nose, tightness in the chest and constriction of the pupils. Soon after, the victim has difficulty breathing and experiences nausea and drooling. As the victim continues to lose control of bodily functions, he vomits, defecates and urinates. This phase is followed by twitching and jerking. Ultimately, the victim becomes comatose and suffocates in a series of convulsive spasms.

Thanks, Muzzy, you just saved our day and put a giant, shit-eating grin on our face! :D )

Syria began developing chemical weapons in 1973, just before the Yom Kipper War. cites the country as having one of the most advanced chemical weapons programs in the Middle East.

Yom Kippur is coming up this Saturday, by the way.

What a nice anniversary present for Pencilneck Assad and his goons.

So, liberals, do those WMDs exist, or are they also a figment of our imaginations? If so, that would make for a really nifty epitaph for the dead Syrians and Iranians: “Here Lie a Bunch of Thugs, Terrorists and Fuckwits, Killed by a Figment of the Neocons’ Imaginations.”

That rascal Assad. Pelosi and Kucinich sure do know how to pick their new bestest buddies, don’t they?

But don’t question their patriotism.

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We hesitate to unconditionally embrace anything appearing in the MSM as the truth but, on the other hand, The London Times aren’t the worst offenders out there and, at any rate, we’d hate to let excellent news like these just pass us by. But apply the 48-hour rule to it, just in case (via LC & IB Patterico):

IT was just after midnight when the 69th Squadron of Israeli F15Is crossed the Syrian coast-line. On the ground, Syria’s formidable air defences went dead. An audacious raid on a Syrian target 50 miles from the Iraqi border was under way.

At a rendezvous point on the ground, a Shaldag air force commando team was waiting to direct their laser beams at the target for the approaching jets. The team had arrived a day earlier, taking up position near a large underground depot. Soon the bunkers were in flames.

“That’s an awfully nice bunker complex you’ve got there, Pencilneck. It’d be a real shame if anything were to happen to it, wouldn’t it?”

House Stretchface Lugosi must be livid with rage by now, fuming and sputtering in the general direction of those Evil Jooos who dared hurt her new best friend forever, Chinless Assad.

Rumor has it that the bunkers contained unspecified materials of NorK origin. The kind of materials that glow in the dark, if you know what we mean. If true, and we certainly hope that it is, the neighborhood should be quite — interesting — by now and for quite a while to come.

Am Yisroel Chai!

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Here’s the full, uncut version of Keith Olberdouche Osama has-been Laden Lookalike’s latest remix.

Of course, if you’re familiar with the talking points of the KosKidz, the DNC and various and sundry liberal anchors/politicians, you won’t learn a thing from watching it, as it’s pretty much a verbatim transcript of anything they’ve ever said, only in the original Arabic.

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(Via the Jawa Report).

David Beckham and Justin Timberlake are the targets of an alleged Al-Qaeda murder plot.

A chilling internet video, which has been posted on YouTube, brands Becks, 32, and JT, 26, as criminal influences on young Muslims.

Fellow footballers Wayne Rooney and Thierry Henry, as well as rapper P Diddy, are also mentioned.

Why is Al-Qaeda trying to do us a favor all of a sudden?

I’m confused.

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Since we’re having a fun video Sunday around here, I thought you might appreciate this one, found over at Ace’s.

I’ve played it over and over and over again and I still can’t stop laughing!

UPDATE: It didn’t take long until the terrorist snuff propaganda hosts at YouTube took this one down (watching their terrorist friends get killed makes them cry, whereas they’ll happily post as much terrorist propaganda as they can lay their paws on), but thankfully we have LiveLeak as well. The video now works again.

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