June 2006


Dedicated to Kommie Mommie Cindy Sheehan

 

The new UN Human Rights Council voted Friday to make a review of alleged human rights abuses by Israel a permanent feature of every council session.

The resolution, which was sponsored by Islamic countries, was passed by a vote of 29-12, with five abstentions. It effectively revives a practice of the UN’s dissolved Human Rights Commission, which also reviewed alleged Israeli abuses every time it met.

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First the Jews kill Jesus, then Elvis, then Lennon or was it Bush who killed Lennon and Jesus? No wait, Bush killed Elvis and Lennon. Then the Jews must have killed Jesus and Col. Sanders. Yeah, that’s it!  Anyway, someone needs to watch those yarmulke wearing people. They’re very sneaky you know. At any rate, we’re glad to see Muslim countries who are the epitome of human rights and the ever efficient U.N. are on the case.

All of the problems that the world has experienced with regard to Islamic terrorists can be traced to what one man, Hassan Al-Banna, started in 1928, when he founded the secret society of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB). The goal of the Brotherhood was to expel the West from the Middle East, and by doing so, reunite the Islamic world under one ruler. The group was never successful in its mission, but it has had many successes, and its numbers attest to its wide influence. Since the early sixties, that influence has reached American shores with a new goal: to replace the West with Islam.Middle East, and by doing so, reunite the Islamic world under one ruler. The group was never successful in its mission, but it has had many successes, and its numbers attest to its wide influence. Since the early sixties, that influence has reached American shores with a new goal: to replace the West with Islam.

Today, Muslim Brothers across North America, along with their families, will congregate in two large U.S. cities to display their unrepentant unity. Thousands are said to be attending the two three-day weekend events. The list of speakers at each venue reads like a who’s who of Islamic extremists.

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 Did the Jews do it?  I mean, after killing Jesus, did the Elders of Zion manipulate the government of the United States into invading Babylon as part of a scheme to abet the expansion of Greater Israel?
 

Yet another leftist loony conspiracy which involves not only a Bush but also the Jews!

Who Killed John Lennon?

Another leftist loony conspiracy blaming a Bush (pick a Bush, any Bush) for the death of John Lennon.

The Supreme Court’s decision in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld (link above in HTML or here in PDF) weighs in at 185 pages, and we’ll confess we haven’t had time to read every word. But here are the major points:

  • Although Justice John Paul Stevens wrote the court’s primary opinion, Justice Anthony Kennedy decided the case. Kennedy joined Stevens and the three other "liberal" justices in some aspects of the case, yielding a 5-3 majority, but declined to join others, producing an inconclusive result on those issues. (Because Chief Justice John Roberts joined the lower-court decision the Supreme Court was overturning, he did not participate in today’s ruling but can be assumed to agree with the three dissenters.)
  • The Kennedy majority agreed that the Detainee Treatment Act of 2005, which grants the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia sole jurisdiction over habeas corpus petitions filed by Guantanamo detainees, does not strip the Supreme Court of jurisdiction in this case, because Hamdan had already filed for the writ when Congress passed the act.
  • The Kennedy majority held that the military commission the Pentagon set up to try Hamdan was not authorized by the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • The Stevens plurality wanted to go further and hold that Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions–which provides that war crimes trials be conducted by "a regularly constituted court"–requires that Hamdan be present at his trial, even if sensitive intelligence is being aired. But Kennedy thought it unnecessary to reach a conclusion on this question.
  • The Stevens plurality also wanted to declare the charge against Hamdan–conspiracy–invalid under international law. Kennedy again saw no reason to reach the question.

The court did not decide that unlawful combatants at Guantanamo are entitled to Geneva Convention protections as either civilians or prisoners of war, only that Common Article 3, which governs "conflict not of an international character occurring in the territory of one of the [signatories]," applies–though because of Kennedy’s demurral, precisely how it applies is an open question.

For now at least, the court has not mandated that terrorist detainees be granted the rights of either ordinary criminal defendants (who cannot be held indefinitely unless charged and convicted) or prisoners of war (who, among other things, cannot be interrogated).

The chief result of this ruling will be to delay the trials of Guantanamo detainees until Congress or the Pentagon establishes a regime of military commissions that meets the court’s approval. For those concerned with the duration of terrorists’ captivity–a perverse thing to worry about anyway–there’s little to cheer here.

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Cindy Sheehan had this to say at the Peace has no Borders event:

"Our kids aren’t deserting because they’re cowards; they’re deserting because they’re people of the highest moral standards".  Her son, Casey Sheehan (according to kommie mommie dearest) apparently had low moral standards, if any, by enlisting twice in an "illegal–immoral" war.

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Could this woman be any more vile? Methinks not!

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak demanded from his Syrian counterpart Bashar Assad to deport the Syrian-based Hamas leadership unless it agrees to release kidnapped IDF soldier Cpl. Gilad Shalit, Palestinian sources said on Friday.

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Syria will defy Israel threats

”Intelligence Brief: Russia’s Moves in Syria”

Nicolas Cage has donated $2 million to help former child soldiers worldwide.

The donation by the Oscar-winning actor will help provide shelters and medical and psychological rehabilitation services, said Larry Cox, executive director of Amnesty International USA.

Cox accepted the donation Wednesday at a United Nations Conference in New York. Amnesty International will administer the funds.

"I understand that this pledge is not a solution for the problem," Cage, 42, said when he announced the contribution by video.

"It’s my hopeful wish that today’s discussions on this tragic subject at the United Nations conference may bring us closer to eradicating the nightmare of child soldiers."

Cage said he has worked with Amnesty International for more than two years.

The United Nations estimates there are at least 300,000 child soldiers participating in armed conflicts in the world today.

Cage won an Oscar for his role in 1995’s "Leaving Las Vegas." His screen credits also include "Adaptation" and the upcoming "World Trade Center."

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Operation Removes Lightbulb from Anus.

Fateh Mohammad, a prison inmate in Pakistan, says he woke up last weekend with a glass lightbulb in his anus.

Wednesday night, doctors brought Mohammad’s misery to an end after a one-and-a-half hour operation to remove the object.

"Thanks Allah, now I feel comfort. Today, I had my breakfast. I was just drinking water, nothing else," Mohammad, a grey-beared man in his mid-40s, told Reuters from a hospital bed in the southern central city of Multan.

"We had to take it out intact," said Dr. Farrukh Aftab at Nishtar Hospital. "Had it been broken inside, it would be a very very complicated situation."

Mohammad, who is serving a four-year sentence for making liquor, prohibited for Muslims, said he was shocked when he was first told the cause of his discomfort. He swears he didn’t know the bulb was there.

"When I woke up I felt a pain in my lower abdomen, but later in hospital, they told me this," Mohammad said.

"I don’t know who did this to me. Police or other prisoners."

The doctor treating Mohammad said he’d never encountered anything like it before, and doubted the felon’s story that someone had drugged him and inserted the bulb while he was comatose.

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