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1. BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

Hillary on now.
Same shit – Oh no no no REALLY Upping the ante now from yesterday’s ,and the day before, and the week’s before that: :roll:

This bloodshed is completely unacceptable.

Pfft.

marisacat - 22 February 2011

weally weally …

Even the awful morning guy on KGO said,

The State Dept has issued their strongest worded statement yet. They will stand by, watch – and support whoever is still alve at the end

I did laugh.

And the irritating morning guy was a Hillary support system.
:lol:

BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

She’s really floundering now on the yacht incident:

We really need to like, act together and all!

I say get her some coffee and cigarettes before they trot her out in her State Department housecoat again. Really goin thru the motions now..

marisacat - 22 February 2011

She looked close to nutty at her two speeches last week. That harsh static, I can Be Madeleine I can I can! look she gets.

I caught a few snips of her interview with Christiane. Boy I thouht she lurched ovr the edge… rambling with a silly smile about how “we want to stand with the young people” who want freedom.

When you KNOW All the conversations are entirely differnt, whether from Ob or HilPac or the NSA or whomever.

Ob is so bored it wheezes. The local news channel here, a provincial NY1, kept cutting to Obby in Cleveland and saying, well …………. we thought he’d mention Libya or … but no, so we’ll keep monitoring!!

AND I see LSE of which Saif is a proud grad, is rethinking their association with Qaddaffi.

SNICKER.

2. marisacat - 22 February 2011

Guardian has a piece on the rumors of mercenaries…

[A]mid the chaos gripping Libya, the volume of foreign mercenaries and much else remains confused. Some believe they could be veterans of civil wars in the Sahel and west Africa.

Ibrahim Jibreel, a Libyan political activist, told al-Jazeera that some had been in the country for months, based in training camps in the south, as if in anticipation of such an uprising. Others had been flown in at short notice, he said.

Some reports suggest white mercenaries have also been spotted fighting on Gaddafi’s behalf. White South Africans who left the national army after the end of racial apartheid have been in demand for their expertise in various war zones, including Afghanistan and Iraq, but there is currently no evidence that any have joined the conflict in Libya.

Experts suggest that Gaddafi has plenty of options in the region. “He has traditionally had a network of skilled soldiers from all over west Africa,” said Adam Roberts, author of The Wonga Coup, the story of a failed attempt by Simon Mann and other mercenaries to overthrow the president of Equatorial Guinea in 2004. “There are lots of Africans, particularly from west Africa or Sudan, who go to Libya because it’s wealthier.” …

diane - 22 February 2011

Some reports suggest white mercenaries…

first thing to pop in my mind (and no doubt, millions of others) was xe …have been wondering when that hideous alien would pop it’s fang snapping, bald, deforemd dick face out a belly again …. if they’re not there, I’m sure they’re prepared to go have some ‘hand’ in yet another slaughter….

(would love the know the full story on the transformation from Blackwater to xe …. )

3. catnip - 22 February 2011

Looks like the Indiana Dems are headed to Illinois too.

Parteh!

Somewhere, Rahm Emanuel is muttering “fucking retards”…

catnip - 22 February 2011

Wisconsin’s Walker looks like a sex scandal just waiting to happen. I’m just sayin’…

marisacat - 22 February 2011

He does doesn’t he?

BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

Tweety on MSNBC handing over the mic on Wisconsin to “pro Labor” Ed Rendell.

Take it away Ed:

“Walker is right ther must be givebacks, but went too far in trying to take away their right to bargain”

::
IOW: Protect Right to CAVE! And TITHE!
::

LOL – Rendell is just lying his ass off now on his record as Matthews finishes with the customarily sloppy blowjob.

marisacat - 22 February 2011

Rendell is just lying his ass off now on his record as Matthews finishes with the customarily sloppy blowjob.

It’s a gang.

Just catching AJ E…. apparently some sort of Libyan mil naval vessel (not a “refugee rickshaw” as they were calling the Tunisian boats) off Malta… so Italy scrambled 5 F16s.

catnip - 22 February 2011

That’s bizarre. I read a tweet earlier that said another Libyan ship headed to Malta because the crew decided to defect. Italy thought they were going to attack Malta?

marisacat - 22 February 2011

I don’t think Italy thinking clearly right now….
:roll:

Madman in the Marketplace - 22 February 2011

that interview was infuriating, like his interviews always are.

marisacat - 22 February 2011

oh! That reminds me to check the nooooz for Chicago mayor returns.

BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

Well, from The HuffPo,
Here’s the noos for ya!

Rahm: This Is A Critical Election For Chicago

I bet ya never heard THAT!
:lol: :wink:

catnip - 22 February 2011

“critical”?

Not “historic”?

BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

It’s a primary, what can ya say?
We don’t expect much here, anymore. LOL.

They have till April 5th to whip this turd into the Most Critical Historicest Election Dessert Topping EVAH

marisacat - 22 February 2011

Most Critical Historicest Election Dessert Topping EVAH

DON’T forget the maraschino cherry.

Other wise the tilt of the earth gets off balance.

marisacat - 22 February 2011

THE MOST IMPORTANT ELECTION OF OUR LIVES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Chicago lives [or dies] only if everyone and those prone in their graves votes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
:lol: There. Feel better?

I would not be too shocked by a run off. A few days ago I read Rahm was at bus stops in his old district. Ummmmm

BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

I posted below ..
NYT says Rahmy just won Irgunite Rabbi of Chicago Negroes , Slavs, and Irishmen outright, LOL,
No need for the April 5th HooHoo now…

marisacat - 22 February 2011

well at least it is O V E R… ’til he has to start showing up for work.

BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

Some talk – some – that turnout might be so low as to force – FORCE! – Rahmbo into a runoff. :roll:

The answer could hinge on voter turnout – with low to moderate traffic at the polls likely favoring Emanuel, according to some political analysts. Emanuel has had big leads in voter surveys and fundraising throughout his candidacy, and was endorsed by both of the city’s largest daily newspapers.

Lower turnout would make it easier for highly organized campaigns, like Emanuel’s, to get their supporters to the polls, while high turnout would make that job more difficult, said political consultant Don Rose and University of Illinois at Chicago professor Dick Simpson. High turnout would make the outcome less certain.

Many precincts reported very light voter turnout, although the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners wouldn’t comment on turnout.

But conventional wisdom might not hold true in this election, which turned into a free-for-all after Mayor Richard M. Daley said he would retire after 22 years in office.

“We’re in such new territory here with this kind of election that I can’t really say the (normal) rule would apply,” Rose said. “Everybody’s treading on new ground here.”

What’s more, many Emanuel supporters might stay home because they assume he’s a shoo-in, Simpson said.

marisacat - 22 February 2011

I saw the headlines about low turnout. Any story in a storm, I guess….

gah.

4. Madman in the Marketplace - 22 February 2011

Alaska state rep refuses TSA grope of her mastectomy scars, drives home from Seattle

Alaska State Rep Sharon Cissna, a breast cancer survivor who has had a mastectomy, was barred from flying home to Juneau from Seattle by the TSA when she refused to allow a screener to touch the scars from her operation. She drove home instead. Apparently she is always selected for an invasive “hand screening” because the “irregularities” presented by her prosthesis when viewed through the pornoscanner raise the TSA’s suspicions. As others have observed, the War on Terror is really a War on the Unusual — it’s the systematic erosion of rights for people with nonstandard appearance, health, itineraries, and beliefs, without regard to whether those “irregularities” are correlated with terrorist activity. It’s as though the TSAhas said, “All terrorists are engaged in something unusual, therefore all unusual occurrences should be viewed as potential terrorism.”

marisacat - 22 February 2011

I was glad she just refused to fly and drove.

The whole thing is utterly out of hand.

5. Madman in the Marketplace - 22 February 2011

From Cairo to Madison, some pizza

MADISON, Wis. — Someone in Egypt has been paying attention to what’s happening in Madison and wanted to send a message of solidarity from across the globe — so they ordered a pizza.

It might seem like a small gesture, but it’s overwhelming to the staff at Ian’s on State Street — a campus staple mere blocks from the Capitol — where in the last few days, they’ve fielded calls from concerned citizens of 14 countries, and all 50 states and the District of Columbia looking to donate money to provide free pizza to the Wisconsinites who have congregated here.

On Saturday alone, Ian’s gave away 1,057 free slices in their store and delivered more than 300 pizzas to the Capitol itself.

By 2 p.m. local time Sunday, they’d given away 351 slices and sent countless other full pies to the rotunda, where protesters have been gathering since well before noon. As a few locals stood waiting for their slices, an Ian’s staffer went to the chalkboard hanging behind the register and wrote, “Turkey” in big block letters and co-workers expressed a sense of disbelief.

“I don’t think we started it,” said Ryan O’Connor, a sophomore at a local technical school who works the register at Ian’s. “We made a post to our Facebook page because of the volume of calls we already had been getting unprompted.”

O’Connor said Ian’s got its first call Thursday when a mother of a University of Wisconsin student called and offered to donate $200 to help feed the people her daughter told her had flooded the Capitol. Since then, the outpouring of money from all over the world has put the pizza-makers into overdrive.

The blackboard behind the counter lists the “countries donating” as “Korea, Finland, New Zealand, Egypt, Denmark, Australia, US, Canada, Germany, China, England, Netherlands, Turkey, Switzerland, Italy” and has the abbreviations for all 50 states listed below, with donating states circled.

catnip - 22 February 2011

That’s great!

6. BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

I found this, LOL, in the Chi Trib..
LOL, Welcome to Russia.
Although REALLY – why drag them into it, right?

4:24 p.m. Two boozing judges, one just napping

On an otherwise slow Election Day in Chicago, there is now a second election judge who has been ousted from his post for being drunk.

It happened in the 11th Ward. An investigator from the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners went to the fire station at 3509 S Lowe Ave. and ejected a judge who “smelled of booze.”

Earlier in the day, another judge was yanked for showing up to a polling place intoxicated.

In the 37th ward at the Jorge Prieto Math and Science Academy, another judge apparently spent part of the afternoon napping during voting, according to the board’s reports. Investigators got witness confirmation that the judge spent “45 minutes off to the side and not executing responsibilities.”

The judge was told that napping is not allowed.

– David Kidwell

7. Madman in the Marketplace - 22 February 2011
8. Madman in the Marketplace - 22 February 2011

Mudcat Saunders has some advice for the unions in Wisconsin.

In an interview with The Huffington Post, David “Mudcat” Saunders, a longtime Democratic political strategist known for his work with blue-collar voters, had a different take. Rather than worrying about floodgates bursting open, he argued that the best public relations move for the Democrats would have been to simply let Walker’s bill pass and then demonize it.

“Sometimes the best punch you can throw is to let somebody throw theirs first,” Saunders said. “I would have debated it forever, as long as I could have kept it going, and I would have voted against it. Let the Republicans have their way and then work on getting the state house back and the governor’s mansion. But a protest, that can only work so long.”

fucking genius, that guy.

marisacat - 22 February 2011

Classic Democrat.

Madman in the Marketplace - 22 February 2011

he’s already composing the fundraising emails.

marisacat - 22 February 2011

M-u-u-u-gs For Sale (sung to “Love For Sale”)

9. BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

Rahmbo elected outright says NYT / AP …

catnip - 22 February 2011

Let the tyranny begin.

10. marisacat - 22 February 2011

hmmm Just checkd back in with BI:

Colonel Qaddafi has ordered the disruption of Libyan oil exports by destroying pipelines to the Mediterranean, sources tell Time’s Robert Baer:

“There’s been virtually no reliable information coming out of Tripoli, but a source close to the Gaddafi regime I did manage to get hold of told me the already terrible situation in Libya will get much worse. Among other things, Gaddafi has ordered security services to start sabotaging oil facilities. They will start by blowing up several oil pipelines, cutting off flow to Mediterranean ports.

The sabotage, according to the insider, is meant to serve as a message to Libya’s rebellious tribes: It’s either me or chaos.”

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/qadaffi-pipelines-2011-2#ixzz1EkDEiTU8

11. Madman in the Marketplace - 22 February 2011
12. BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

US Embassy in Tripoli says
Check with your airlines for a flight, and if ya wanna be sure that you won’t get shot down, ah, - they have a ferry available leaving for Malta tomorrow for all Americans in oountry on a first come first served basis.

Plan C? :: A Group Swim, I guess.

Play us out now-
From the Halls of Monte~zoooooma,
To the shores of Trip-o-li,
We will fight our OilCo baaa-a-tles
till we gottacatch THE FERR-Y.

Hit it Marine Corps Band!

Good Lord, Things haven’t been this FUBAR since Muammar went to rent that house in New Jersey.

catnip - 22 February 2011

That looks like a YouTube video just waiting to be made.

BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

Travel Lightly.
Women and Poodles First.
Complimentary Breakfast at the Radisson.

U.S. Government Chartered Ferry Evacuation
February 22, 2011

A U.S. Government chartered ferry will depart Tripoli from the As-shahab Port in central Tripoli, located on the sea road across from the Radisson Blu Mahari Hotel, for Valletta, Malta on Wednesday, February 23. Processing of passengers will begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. local time. U.S. citizen travelers wishing to depart should proceed as soon as possible after 9:00 a.m. to the pier and arrive no later than 10:00 a.m. U.S. citizens will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis, with priority given to persons with medical emergencies or severe medical conditions. The ferry will depart no later than 3:00 p.m.

Travelers should bring valid travel documents and any necessary medications.

Each traveler may bring one suitcase and a small personal carry-on item. Although pets are allowed on the ferry, any pets transported to Malta must meet stringent European Union requirements, which can be found at http://ec.europa.eu/food/animal/liveanimals/pets/ list_third_en.htm. The U.S. Embassies in Tripoli and Valletta are unable to assist U.S. citizens in obtaining the necessary documents and/or meeting other EU requirements for pet travel. Please note it is routine for pets to be rigorously examined and quarantined for six weeks upon entering Malta. Kenneling to meet Maltese pet requirements will be at the expense of the owner.

P.S. – Please, No Commandeered Helicopters landing on Ship Deck during departure, it’s a charter.

catnip - 22 February 2011

They forgot to add the link for info about semen, ova and embryo travel too.

marisacat - 22 February 2011

I wonder if this is because, last i read, we were “waiting” for Qaddafi to let us land a plane.

I notice the planes turned back, some went to Malta.

Feel the Power!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

catnip - 22 February 2011

I’d like to know how all of those oil companies are going to get their employees safely out of their compounds to catch a ferry on the coast.

marisacat - 22 February 2011

or anything else, frankly…

catnip - 22 February 2011

Canada is still trying to negotiate landing rights, apparently.

catnip - 22 February 2011

The UK has sent a “warship” for evacuation but yanks have to catch a ferry?

marisacat - 22 February 2011

We’re working our way up to a big ship. Obby bein’ cautious!

Jesus… the GERMANS are making stronger worded condemnation than we can manage.

Embarrassing.

BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

Canada is still trying to negotiate landing rights, apparently.

Yeh, well it never stopped their goose turds.
How about negotiatin’ some a’ THAT??!! :lol:

catnip - 22 February 2011

Bombs away!

BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

:lol: Feel the Power!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Now Swim You Poodles, SWIM!!!!

marisacat - 22 February 2011

Pink water wings for everyone who makes it to shore!! (some assembly necessary)

13. catnip - 22 February 2011

Please note it is routine for pets to be rigorously examined

I don’t like the sound of that! Do they have TSA screeners waiting for them?

14. catnip - 22 February 2011

Flashback to 2007:

Algeria and Libya separately ruled out hosting the Defense Department’s planned Africa Command, known as AFRICOM, and said they were firmly against any of their neighbors doing so either. U.S. diplomats said they were disappointed by the depth of opposition, given that the Bush administration has bolstered ties with both countries on security matters in recent years.

15. catnip - 22 February 2011

Fisk:

And then came my favourite bit of the whole Gaddafi exegesis last night: HE HADN’T EVEN BEGUN TO USE VIOLENCE YET!

So let’s erase all the YouTubes and Facebooks and the shooting and blood and gouged corpses from Benghazi, and pretend it didn’t happen. Let’s pretend that the refusal to give visas to foreign correspondents has actually prevented us from hearing the truth. Gaddafi’s claim that the protesters in Libya – the millions of demonstrators – “want to turn Libya into an Islamic state” is exactly the same nonsense that Mubarak peddled before the end in Egypt, the very same nonsense that Obama and La Clinton have suggested. Indeed, there were times last night when Gaddafi – in his vengefulness, his contempt for Arabs, for his own people – began to sound very like the speeches of Benjamin Netanyahu. Was there some contact between these two rogues, one wondered, that we didn’t know about?

16. catnip - 22 February 2011
BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

Richard Dalton , MI-6 rounder who got his start in Lebanon and Jordon in the 70s-80s/ naked Imperialist / Consul Gen to Jerusalem in the 90′s / UK Ambassador to Libya upon Blair’s rapprochement with Ghaddafi in 1999 / UK Ambassador to Iran 2003 to 2006..
REALLY got flattened tonite on Al Jazeera’s Riz Khan programme by guests Hafed al-Ghwell and Mohamed al-Magariaf.

The Brits are clearly freaked about complicity and blowback stemming from their arms deals. Ghwell confronted Dalton on the Brits and the Americans “Like arming a man who is holding a family hostage when the killing starts you accept no responsibility.”
Also interesting was how Dalton squirmed throughout making several attempts to lay the finger on the US. Khans guest saw right thru the talk: Diversion, In it together, basically their no-bullshit response.

17. catnip - 22 February 2011

Interesting…I don’t know if this is meant to be ironic or what but the banner on AJ’s site at the top reads: The Project for a New Arab Century.

marisacat - 22 February 2011

Oh I hope that is some intended irony. And slap back.

18. BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

LOL.
“Street Prophets” down to 22 visits a day.
Lower ‘n a Pedo Priest with a Facebook page.

Look at this crew cut from last summer and somebody explain how it wasn’t Holy Click Fraud beforehand…

marisacat - 22 February 2011

oh that s great to hear. Surely Pastor Dan and his lousy piece of merchandise Pennsylvania Del Dem-ming lover wife were such BAD NEWS.

In a word: Yuk!

BooHooHooMan - 23 February 2011

Country of 350 million. They get 22,
literally, TWENTY TWO visits a day now.

The Resurrection Will Not Be Televised.

marisacat - 23 February 2011

He was so fucing boring. and I would guess, still is.

19. BooHooHooMan - 22 February 2011

The New York York Times.
In Full Imperial Orifice Mode:

Humping Diplomatic Immunity for Balckwater CIA Contract Killer Davis.

Pakistan Case Tests Laws on Diplomatic Immunity
By CHARLIE SAVAGE
Published: February 22, 2011

Uhm , NO. Murder Case,fuckwads. Nice try.
Look at this exquisite Piece of Shit Press Organ PLACEMENT

WASHINGTON — An American C.I.A. contractor is accused of killing two men at a crowded intersection in Pakistan. Can Pakistani officials lawfully prosecute him for murder?

In debating the fate of Raymond A. Davis, who is charged with gunning down two people in Lahore last month under circumstances that remain murky, the United States and Pakistan are writing a new chapter in the long history of operatives who work under diplomatic cover.

Debating? Who’s Debating?

20. diane - 23 February 2011

Yup, no more shame, or even the slightest blush, in admitting a War against citizens by the world’s elite, this from the UK:

Officials have conducted ‘war games’ to ensure that strike breakers are available to run vital facilities such as the Tube and energy hotspots such as power stations.

just despicable:

A senior government source said: ‘We’ve been war-gaming this in great detail, looking at all the scenarios and working out where we are most vulnerable.

‘We are looking at who we are p***ing off and when we are p***ing them off. We need to be ready for everything.’

g’night all.

diane - 23 February 2011

oops sorry, fucked up the blockquotes, “just despicable” was my comment, before the second intended blockquote.

21. BooHooHooMan - 23 February 2011

Front Page lede on Haaretz:

Report: Gadhafi ordered sabotage of oil pipelines to Mediterranean ports

Front Page lede on Jerusalem Post

‘Gaddafi orders explosion of Libya’s oil pipelines’
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND ASSOCIATED PRESS
02/23/2011 08:52

Both Linking to a CIA Bob Baer’s piece in Time Mag..
::

Meanwhile the NYT– as in Please New Yorkers, Don’t Crush the Markets This Morning –
has this helpful little entreaty..

Qaddafi’s Grip on the Capital Tightens as Revolt Grows
By KAREEM FAHIM and DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

marisacat - 23 February 2011

Business Insider has taken it, this threat to blow the oil pipelines to the Med, from being a small post at the top, a few hours ago, to now the whole top of the page.

But they too link to Baer in TIME.

BooHooHooMan - 23 February 2011

Not defending Ghadaffi, but a href=”http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2052961,00.html”>Baer’s piece within this last 24 is the kind of exploitative conjectural shite that could have easily been written by any one of us TV. Hell, I could have written it -

It even leads with the speculative question and certainly a firm grip on the obvious wrt “chaos” –

Gaddafi’s Next Move: Sabotage Oil and Sow Chaos?
By Robert Baer Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011

…..My Libyan source said that Gaddafi has told people around him that he knows he cannot retake Libya with the forces he has. But what he can do is make the rebellious tribes and army officers regret their disloyalty, turning Libya into another Somalia. “I have the money and arms to fight for a long time,” Gaddafi reportedly said. (See TIME’s special report “The Middle East in Revolt.”)

As part of the same plan to turn the tables, Gaddafi ordered the release from prison of the country’s Islamic militant prisoners, hoping they will act on their own to sow chaos across Libya. Gaddafi envisages them attacking foreigners and rebellious tribes. Couple that with a shortage of food supplies, and any chance for the rebels to replace Gaddafi will be remote.

My Libyan source said that in order to understand Gaddafi’s state of mind we need to understand that he feels deeply betrayed by the media, which he blames for sparking the revolt. In particular, he blames the Qatari TV station al-Jazeera, and is convinced it targeted him for purely political motivations. He also feels betrayed by the West because it has only encouraged the revolt. Over the weekend, he warned several European embassies that if he falls, the consequence will be a flood of African immigration that will “swamp” Europe. (Comment on this story.)

Pressed, my Libyan source acknowledged Gaddafi is a desperate, irrational man, and his threats to turn Libya into another Somalia at this point may be mostly bluffing. On the other hand, if Gaddafi in fact enjoys the loyalty of troops he thinks he has, he very well could take Libya to the brink of civil war, if not over.

Baer, a former Middle East CIA field officer, is TIME.com’s intelligence columnist and the author of See No Evil and, most recently, The Devil We Know: Dealing with the New Iranian Superpower.

Pretty clear someone WANTS a Civil War.
To get those oil fields in Eastern Libya? Shiiiit.
Kind of like our bottom line over Sinai, IMO. Another War for a Pipeline..in the pipeline…

marisacat - 23 February 2011

oh I agree… Baer is an ex CIA and an operative. No question.

22. BooHooHooMan - 23 February 2011

Ghadaffis Interior Minister?
The guy that defected within the last 24?

CNN now reporting he has been kidnapped.

The question is who…Cuz the guy was unambiguous in support of the people’s Revolution. So who’s behind this? Ghaddafi’s remanants? US? The Brits? BP? Blackwater? About the only corporate killer we can rule out is that guy Davis sitting in jail in Pakistan now…
::

23. BooHooHooMan - 23 February 2011

Welp,
You can ask us to be flag wave and fund Criminal Wars.
You can rob our meager livelihoods.
Then have us ignore our ill and elderly.

Yet, this is America, and like the people of Egypt, of Libya, Yemen, Bahrain…
there is a moment in time, our time, when we will stand and fight for our rights.

In a Dennys Restaurant. Over Maple Syrup.
As the World Turns..
Dig the chick manning the Revolutionary Root Beer in the lower left corner.

marisacat - 23 February 2011

Aw. they stood for soemthing.

mattes - 23 February 2011

2011…officially the Year of the Crazies.

24. marisacat - 23 February 2011

Times are tough… Aisha Qaddafi denied landing at Malta… and a DIL denied in London.
:lol: SO many tyrant relatives on the run.

25. mattes - 23 February 2011

Will 2011 Bring the End of the Israeli State as We Know It?
Katie Halper interviews her long-lost non-relative Jeff Halper about why he’s sure 2011 will be the end of Israel as we know it.

http://www.alternet.org/world/149849/will_2011_bring_the_end_of_the_israeli_state_as_we_know_it

26. marisacat - 23 February 2011

new

LINK

……………….. 8)


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