31 December 2010

Wikileaks: Condoleezza Rice cable confirms Israel destroyed Syrian reactor

Right here it says so:

The text of the cable, published on Friday by an Israeli Daily Yediot Ahronoth, sent by then US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice says “On September 6, 2007, Israel destroyed the nuclear reactor built by Syria secretly, apparently with North Korea’s help.”
Wow... I am gobsmacked... speechless and awed...

What will come next? Something like:
Then the king held out the golden sceptre toward Esther. So Esther arose, and stood before the king, / And said, If it please the king, and if I have favour in his sight, and the thing seem right before the king, and I be pleasing in his eyes, let it be written to reverse the letters devised by Haman the son of Hammedatha the Agagite, which he wrote to destroy the Jews which are in all the king's provinces: / For how can I endure to see the evil that shall come unto my people? or how can I endure to see the destruction of my kindred? / Then the king Ahasuerus said unto Esther the queen and to Mordecai the Jew, Behold, I have given Esther the house of Haman, and him they have hanged upon the gallows, because he laid his hand upon the Jews.”
No more, please... I cannot hold my breath anymore.

From Moscow with love


The place: center of Moscow. The date: December 2010 (according to EXIF info on the image). The text: "Kikes - out of Russia!".

I hope I don't have to explain the swastika, the 14-88 etc... business as usual.

Do ya'll think it's Photoshop?

The Council Has Spoken..New Years Eve Edition

Here are this week’s full results, the last this year:

Council Winners

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30 December 2010

Ex-President Katsav guilty of two counts of rape and sexual assault

It was a shame and at least it's over now.

It is not the settlers, it's a Palestinian scientist, stupid!

You may laugh all you want, but when the man shall unveil the first self-grilling sheep that, after being touched by a burning match, promptly becomes a plateful of steaming and tasty kabobs (kebabs here), this smile of superiority will disappear, I promise.

Belarus’s Lukashenko to the West: What Did You Expect?

The following is an FPI bulletin (wish I had the link to the text), written by Ellen Bork, FPI Director of Democracy and Human Rights. It talks about Belarus, but let's not forget their big bad neighbor...

The dictator of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, must be thrilled that his country is not in West Africa. The presidents of three countries in that region have gone to Abidjan, the commercial capital of the Ivory Coast, to confront Laurent Gbagbo, the Ivorian leader, over fraud and violence in the November 28 election and demand that he leave power or face military action.


Belarusian democrats so far await a similar level of attention from leaders of neighboring countries. Many of them are waiting in jail, including at this writing the presidential candidate Andrei Sannikov, who finished a distant second to Lukashenko in the rigged election, Vladimir Neklyayev, and others. These opposition figures were picked up, and some badly beaten, in a sweep by Belarus security forces after the polling. The crackdown has continued with raids of homes and offices of opposition leaders and foreign media outlets.


Fortunately, the latest outrages from Minsk have brought about uniform condemnation from Europe and the United States. Stung by their earlier suspension of sanctions and offer of financial inducements, the foreign ministers of Poland, the Czech Republic, Sweden and Germany have declared that there will be “no business as usual” with Belarus. Perhaps the ministers meant that they will no longer alternate pressure with inducements, a policy to which Lukashenko has responded by tacking between Moscow and the EU and Washington. With the “elections,” he has reverted to type, taking the opposition effectively as hostages for which he will presumably cut future deals and forestall pressure for systemic change, and move again closer to Russia. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev welcomed Lukashenko in Moscow this week, dashing the hope that Mr. Medvedev might try to support democracy abroad, even if he can’t or won’t at home.


Lukashenko seems impervious to pressure or persuasion. He rejected the critical assessments of the election. ''We did just as you demanded,” he said, referring to the admission of international election observers. “What complaints could you have?'' he said. ''Openness and transparency were so high that people mistook these elections for a reality show.''


Inadvertently perhaps, Mr. Lukashenko made a good point. Outsiders who press for real elections, and thereby encourage the political opposition and ordinary citizens to bravely confront a brutal government, incur an obligation to stay involved. All efforts, sanctions, diplomatic pressure, and support for the opposition should all be intensified. When the U.S. Congress convenes in January, it should take up the case of Belarus and the democrats held in jail by Lukashenko. No one knows what further actions might work in Belarus. That is always the case with dictatorships, as many of Mr. Lukashenko’s neighbors know.

Thailand breast slap or Isabelle Caro photos?

Whatever. Both show that the world is going bonkers fast. Meanwhile, to relax:


Do you see the difference now?

29 December 2010

Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Ali Akbar Siadati: reusable villains

You may want to ask what do the late Iranian "Israeli spy" Ali Akbar Siadati and the Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky have in common. In fact, you don't want to ask, not being especially interested in these obscure persons.

It is known that Mr Khodorkovsky was jailed, while the second trial on allegedly unrelated charges proceeded. It is less known, but is told in the linked article, that the alleged Israeli spy Mr Siadati was arrested by Iranian authorities several times on spying-related charges. Not only does this fact show the Ayatollah's lies (espionage being punished by death sentence in Iran, why was Siadati repeatedly released?), it points to the same method: repeated use of public enemies in both countries.

The advantages of the method are clear: the "perpetrators" are already known and available, the investigation process is simplified and shortened, the public is used to the images of the accursed enemies: a sound policy that just cannot miss.

That both regimes borrow a page from the history of Stalin's years where quite a lot of people were released from jails only to be re-arrested in a few years and sentenced again, is hardly surprising. After all, Russia and Iran are both "vibrant democracies", according to some learned commentators, so the similarity is not exactly striking...

If it isn't a ZioShark, it is...

A Zionist jellyfish. Enjoy.

Watcher’s Council Nominations – Pre New Years Eve Edition

Council Submissions

Honorable Mentions

Non-Council Submissions

28 December 2010

Rejected by Mossad













Mossad, this sometimes successful and sometimes inept training school for the Elders' quiet and deadly outfit that counts its years from the day the first live being (that doesn't even have a name in modern zoology) left the primordial soup, this same Mossad is recruiting via Internet these days, as news agencies report. They also offer an explanation of this move:
Security analysts claim that this step proves that the once traditional agency is catching up with the internet revolution and is open to widen its search for people who wouldn’t have been recruited in the past.
We'll leave this explanation on the "security analysts'" consciousness. After all the idea that this way the time and effort required to check the candidate's elementary abilities, such as basic use of Internet and reading comprehension, are saved, isn't simple enough for some...

Anyway, this is not the reason for this post. The reason is that, in line with this new Internet openness, the Elders have decided to publish some hitherto confidential files, namely the (abridged) information about some rejected candidates for various Mossad jobs, including the main reasons for the rejection.

The first one:


Name: James Earl "Jimmy" Carter, Jr.
Job: nothing definite: ex-president and general busybody.
Talents that caused initial interest:
  • Gets around all kind of places, including ones which no sane self-respecting politician would be caught dead in. Could be used to ...[censored]...
  • Totally lacks the sense of nausea and is able to kiss anything and anybody  under the sun
The reason(s) for rejection:

  • During the exchange of the bodily fluids with the current dictator, the subject completely loses control of his senses. The loss of control is accompanied by absolute (to the local standards) ideological indoctrination of the subject.  Associated lack of reliability cannot be sustained.
  • The Rabbit Incident shows lack of guts that can hinder successful career of an agent, especially when under duress.


The digital story of nativity

I guess its appearance was inevitable, so I might as well post it here too and be done with the subject.



And, since we are on the subject of anything Christmas related, here are two songs to enjoy. Remember, The Watcher of Weasels is watching!

27 December 2010

The Odor of the Owl

A double hit by my favorite UFO experts. A smasher by any measure.

And now we have it all together...

After the recent eruption of our unleashed FM Lieberman and the rebuke from his (at least on paper) boss Bibi, followed by yet another show of belligerence by said Lieberman, the picture of our government problems became that much clearer.

Just recently Bibi disavowed his other important minister and loyal ally - Ehud Barak, after the latter's speech.

So, all in all the picture is quite grim:

  • A foreign minister that doesn't represent his PM and his government
  • A minister of defense that doesn't represent his PM and his government
  • A PM that doesn't really know what his foreign policy is and from time to time knows what it isn't
  • FM that is good only when biting foreign VIPs is the mission
  • Minister of defense that doesn't represent his own party
  • Interior Minister (Eli Yishai) that is mostly good for pissing off our friends.
Giving a bad name to the term "dysfunctional"...

26 December 2010

The Council Has Spoken – Christmas Eve Edition

Better late than never, they say. So here it goes:


Council Winners

Crystal Harris Playboy photos

Customarily will not appear here, but this new picture will:

Enjoy.

24 December 2010

Merry Christmas

To all our Christian friends



And this one too:

22 December 2010

Libertarians rule


Of course, it's easier while they are not in the government.

Via The Whited Sepulchre

21 December 2010

Afarin Maleki-Raei affair

It's a pretty standard story: boy meets girl, boys says things to girl, girl says things to boy, and suddenly there is a communication issue, all because of one single word. So it happened in this case, where a boy named... er... Blazing Cat Fur met a girl named Afarin Maleki-Raei. All she wanted was to express her not totally complete satisfaction with his garage that was designed (and, most probably, by the previous owner of the property) to some overly Zionist architecture. Here is a picture of that garage:


All that she wanted to express was that tiny dissatisfaction, and (almost) all she wrote was:
You will know what suffering means you dirty Zionist garage.
Since Afarin, when under excitement or pressure, tends to miss some letters and even words, she intended to hint playfully at some painful games she will subject Blazing Cat Fur to if he doesn't clean up that garage. And here we are now. Of course, she could be a bit kinky (in a good way) and offer participation of her two good friends in the suffering games mentioned:
You will see how fast either Det. Ian Mason or Maurizio Gentili have you in handcuffs and crying like a little baby.
But it's all offered in good faith and for fun. There is no accounting for tastes, and she certainly expected Blazing Cat Fur to accept the offer gratefully. But, stung by what he erroneously perceived as an insult in the first quote, he was not very receptive to the idea.

And then it all went downhill... other people got hold of the allegedly offensive letter and published it, which act naturally incensed Afarin whose temper is somewhat explosive. She answered by another letter, where, being even more excited, she made some other typos and even grammar errors which caused the whole to look rather too grim. That is, if I were an officer of the law, which I ain't, thanks deity.

Speaking about temper, here is another example how Afarin's temper got hold of her and caused another misunderstanding. Some Muslim person expressed his/her unhappiness with antisocial behavior of a few Muslim folks in London during the Armistice Day (namely burning Poppies). Afarin, naturally incensed by the report, obviously decided that it was the fault of some other people and responded:
Yeah... this is how scandals are born - because of misunderstandings.

Now you may have noticed that I have emphasized words "garage" and "architect" in the text above. It was done on purpose. Let's start with Afarin's blogger profile:


So, as you can see, we have her displeasure with the Zionist design explained: she deals in architecture and, as such, is naturally sensitive to the slightest nuances of building's design. Which explains and totally exhausts the architecture issue.

Garages now. This is a bit more complicated and deserves your attention and readiness to get into some details. You see, there is a Toronto Auto Station secondhand car dealership that is somehow or other related to our fair Afarin. There were several cases of misunderstanding between Toronto Auto Station and its customers (communication issues run in the family, apparently). And lo and behold: Afarin is already there, trying to settle the dispute by all means, including an offer to involve her police friend mentioned above:
Ask her how Det. Maurizio Gentili is dispatched to protect us and call them filthy Jews to their face.
This is what I call kinky - in a good way, of course (you understand that I want to stay on the good side of Afarin). And, besides kinky, did I mention poetic? Here:
I asked you nicely to remove all references to my family. You did not comply now you will deal with the glorious and brutal York Regional Police. I declare a Fatwa on you and your loved ones. 
I can't wait to see your Zonist blood in the streets and I envision you crying over teh grave of a dead loved one. Do you know in Iran, after te revolution, me and my family cheered in teh streets as teh glorious Islamic warriors strung you in the streets and disembowled your stomachs.
Glorious and brutal... Zonist blood in the streets... brrr. But there is more. It appears that Afarin and her hubby (who heads that Toronto Auto Station outfit) have a relative, one Ben Hafez-Amini,  in Dallas Texas who is going out on a limb to defend his Canadian brethren. And his writing beats even that of Afarin - if that's humanly possible, seemingly due to his even higher blood pressure. In spite of being a Texan of sorts, he has some interesting discussions about USA policy and other related matters that underline his hot temper too.

By the way, he is also into some far-out stuff, and believe it or not, with the same York police officer Det. Maurizio Gentili! Det.  Gentili certainly gets around. That is if he exists at all, of course.

So, what can I say as a conclusion? That Afarin Maleki-Raei affair is getting complicated, what with some harsh words exchanged as a result of a few typos, that York police offers a range of services that could be the envy of many less progressive police departments, that Dallace (Texas) carries some interesting folks which could bear looking into up close and personal... what else? Enough for one post, I guess.

20 December 2010

Clare Solomon and her puny 100 years of persecution

In fact, this headline is confusing, I can see it now. Clare Solomon, president of the University of London Union, is only 37 years old. You may want to say that 37 is a bit too old for a student. But you better shut up, because saying this will be ageism and as such a punishable offence in Britain.


So let's focus on what Ms Solomon says and not on her age and/or looks, please. She says:
The view that Jews have been persecuted all throughout history is one that has been fabricated in the last 100 or so years to justify the persecution of Palestinians.
I read that and went speechless. Really, for crying out loud, what do they teach them students in Britain these days? This is so XX century one wants to cry indeed. Don't they have enough politically correct Palestinian propag teachers in University of London? Don't these teachers tell them that it is already for more than 2000 years, since the Crucifixion of Shahid Jesus, a Palestinian, the son of Mary the Palestinian, that these dastardly Zionists persecute and oppress the glorious Palestinian people?

I am afraid that Ms Solomon will celebrate her 47th birthday still as a student in University of London with such pitiful scholarly achievements. And then, who knows - as we Jews say, till 120...

Cross-posted on Yourish.com

YouTube closes down PMW account

Update: The e-mail addresses to write to:

To: press@youtube.com 
Cc: jonm@google.com , marias@google.com 


The following message from PMW says it all.

PMW needs your help. YouTube has closed down PMW's main video account - PALWATCH - for "violating YouTube terms of use", by supposedly propagating hate speech. Of course PMW does not promote hate speech, but exposes the hate speech of the PA and the Hamas, in order to bring about its elimination.

YouTube stated that the account was henceforth terminated "due to repeated or severe violations of our Terms of Use" and they specified the following PMW videos from Palestinian sources, promoting the killing of Jews:

1. "Hamas TV teaches kids to kill Jews" formerly at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwN2M6ZIIRU
Removed for violating our Terms of Use on 10/02/2009.

2. "Jews are a virus like Aids" formerly at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYaGl3KjPUw
Removed for violating our Terms of Use on 01/18/2010.

3. "Farewell video before suicide attack of Hamas suicide bomber Adham Ahmad Hujyla Abu Jandal" formerly at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYdTudQhWM4
Removed for violating our Terms of Use on 06/10/2010.

4. "Hamas suicide farewell video: Jews monkeys and pigs; Maidens reward for killing Jews" formerly at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryc7RqXlVdE
Removed for violating our Terms of Use on 08/14/2010.

5. "PA cleric: Kill Jews, Allah will make Muslims masters over Jews" formerly at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjuDTO8fgqM
Removed for violating our Terms of Use on 12/12/2010.

6. "Hamas suicide terrorist farewell video: Palestinians drink the blood of Jews" formerly at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSftYIGH6-w
Removed for violating our Terms of Use on 12/15/2010.

PMW urgently seeks to have this account reopened, since some of these videos have accumulated hundreds of thousands of viewings and the exposure is critical to our ongoing work.

If any of our subscribers could help, it would be much appreciated.

Thank you,
Itamar Marcus

Obviously this is the case of killing the messenger, and its' quite clear who it is that doesn't like his ugly mug displayed for all to see.

19 December 2010

WikiLeaks as a Zionist tool

I am almost (but not yet) pitying Julian Assange lately. A Sweden's foremost feminist is after him all guns blazing. US intelligence services have spared him only for one reason: the traffic jam at the door created by all agents licensed to off him. The latest crop of documents proves to be relatively boring so far. What else could happen to make him more unhappy?

Here it comes. Veterans Today, an outfit created by conspiracy theorists for conspiracy theorists, unmasked  another Zionist. Yeeha!


In one smashing article, albeit colored by overindulgence in capital letters, exclamation marks and other conspinuts' distinguishing traits, everything becomes illuminated and Assange is outed for what he is - a humble servant of Zionist/Murdoch conspiracy... why do the lambs of CIA get branded together with Murdoch is unclear, though.

In his related, more recent opus, Mr Duff takes another view on WikiLeaks activities, expecting them to release a batch of UFO-related stuff. Predictably, lede of this piece says:

IS THE TRUTH REALLY OUT THERE?

(But I have already warned you about his predilection to capital letters, didn't I)
The article carries all the signs of a typical conspinut. It starts with a paragraph that includes: Rothschilds, the pro-Israel gang at the New York Times, Guardian (sic!) and Der Spiegel, Mossad, Zbigniew Brzezinski and Wayne Madsen - all in a single breath! Wow...

Now is the time to take a look at Mr Duff. What, aside of the curse of his surname ("duff" means no good, useless, broken in Queen's English, to remind you), is Mr Duff made of? Here is his skimpy bio, and I shall gladly indulge in character assassination, using his own old but tried and tested methods:

Gordon Duff is a Marine Vietnam veteran [100% disabled, according to sources, and I am sure it's from the neck up], and Senior Editor at Veterans Today [Senior Editor of a blog - wow!]. His career has included extensive experience in international banking [opened an offshore account no doubt to keep his Mossad moneys safe] along with such diverse areas as consulting on counter insurgency [slept with a hippi once], defense technologies [built a knuckle duster in his garage] or acting as diplomatic officer of UN humanitarian groups [visited Thailand on a pedo trip]. Gordon Duff's articles are published around the world and translated into a number of languages [of which Arabic translations are prevalent, but who cares?]. He is regularly on TV and radio, a popular and sometimes controversial guest [a nice distraction when a lunatic is needed].

Yeah, and he is also the guy who is so dim that he is proudly displaying on his site a quote and a link to Haaretz article that states:
It was only a matter of time before conspiracy theorists came out of the woodwork to suggest that Israel is behind the publication of the WikiLeaks trove...
Talk about insatiable craving for publicity. Here is a snapshot of this dumb act:

Probably the guy is too daft to know the meaning of "coming out of woodwork".

Or is it "too duff"?

18 December 2010

Is Julian Assange Jewish?

Stormfromt folks want to know - with proof, if possible. But:


on the face of it, taking the schnozzle size into account, the answer has to be positive. What say?

Besides, you know, when them Stormfront folks ask if a person is Jewish, they expect a simple answer "yes", it makes their lives so much easier...

Hugo Chavez finally anointed to kingdom?

Venezuela's lame-duck National Assembly has granted President Hugo Chavez the power to pass laws by decree for the next 18 months, the website of state-run Venezuelan Television reported Friday.
So what else Caudillo is lacking to be omnipotent in Venezuela?

But it appears that there still is something. Proof:
Speaking live on Venezuelan Television, he said he had become aware of plans to assassinate him and was "taking my own measures" to protect himself. But, he added, "I'm not going to hide in a cave."
Comical Hugo usually goes into assassination rave when there is something new and especially outrageous on his diseased mind. Watch out.

Nasrallah: Hizbullah stronger, no longer scared of Israel

Nasrallah celebrated the reportedly successful Lebanese Army dismantlement of two alleged Israeli long-range spy cameras planted on two mountains north and south of the capital Beirut, thanking the soldiers "for working so hard in the snow" while undertaking the operation. All reports over the operation stated that a the Lebanese Armed Forces located the devices after receiving information from Hizbullah.
Two cameras... yeah, it's a feat indeed. I would have applauded him too.

The only thing is that he still broadcasts from his bunker. Kinda makes this headline into a... whatever.


Four years under ground (not in underground), it takes its toll. Vitamins alone... oh well...

17 December 2010

The Council Has Spoken!!!

Here are this week’s full results:

Council Winners

Non-Council Winners