Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Muppet Show – Buddy Rich vs Animal Drum Battle

Today in vagina news……

First up, two videos of moronic progressive dancing vaginas.

And if that’s too light-hearted for you, you can check out Naomi Wolf’s new biography about her very serious vagina. It’s very serious. Her vagina. Vagina.

The government is your friend and will protect you from dangerous sausages

No word on who will protect us from government weiners.

Gaza ‘will not be liveable by 2020’

And the problem is……? Click the image.

Update: Hosni Mubarek is still alive

Wasn’t he almost dead months ago? Whatever the case, he’s going on a hunger strike and refusing medical treatment now.

Pregnant in Auschwitz

Miriam Rosenthal was four-months pregnant, starving, bone-tired, cold, filthy and afraid when an SS officer in big black boots and a crisp uniform appeared before the barracks in Auschwitz with a loudspeaker in hand.

All pregnant women line up, he barked. Line up, line up — your food portions are being doubled.

“Can you imagine?” Miriam asks. “Even women who were not pregnant stepped forward. I was standing with my younger cousin, but I wouldn’t go. She says, ‘Miriam, what are you doing?’ ”

“Something was holding me back. Someone was watching over me. I feel maybe my mother, maybe God. Two hundred women stepped forward and 200 women went to the gas chamber. And I don’t know why I didn’t step forward.

Israel Welcomes Palestinians without Permits

For many years, the Palestinians had been complaining about Israeli restrictions that ban them from entering Israel, but during the holy month of Ramadan, in an unprecedented move, the Israeli authorities granted permits to tens of thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank to visit Israel during the Muslim feast of Eid al-Fitr.

Hundreds of thousands of Muslims from the West Bank have been entering Jerusalem for Friday prayers at the Aqsa Mosque without permits.

Many Palestinians, particularly shopkeepers in the city, welcomed the Israeli move, noting that it boosted the local economy.

Then, in a move that angered Hamas, the Palestinian Authority and other Palestinians, the Israeli authorities went a step farther by allowing tens of thousands of West Bank Palestinians to enter the rest of Israel.

For the first time in many years, in scenes reminiscent of the good old days before the peace process when Palestinians were able to enter Israel freely, the beaches of Tel Aviv and Jaffa were full of Palestinian Muslims who also converged on shopping malls and water parks in different parts of the country.

But the scenes of Palestinians enjoying themselves on Israeli beaches and shopping in Israeli malls have angered Hamas and the Palestinian Authority.

‘Hezbollah drill prepares to ‘occupy the Galilee”

After Nasrallah threatens to kill tens of thousands of Israelis, Hezbollah trains for war inside Israel.

Video: “You shall be stoned to death”

Toronto, 2012. The Islamonazis just can’t hold back, especially when confronted by a gay Zionist.

“Do not eat with your left hand, as only Satan eats with his left hand”

Iran shrouds suspected nuclear site

Iran has shrouded a building that the U.N. nuclear agency suspects was used for secret work on atomic weapons, meaning spy satellites can no longer monitor Tehran’s alleged efforts to clean up the site, diplomats told The Associated Press on Friday.

For months, satellite images have recorded what the International Atomic Energy Agency suspects is an attempt to sanitize the site. At the same time, Iran has repeatedly rebuffed agency efforts for access — and did so again Friday. Talks between the two sides ended without an agreement that would have allowed IAEA experts to visit the site at the Parchin military complex southeast of Tehran.


Iran’s supreme leader orders fresh terror attacks on West

Iran’s Supreme Leader has ordered the country’s Revolutionary Guards to intensify its campaign of terror attacks against the West and its allies in retaliation for supporting the overthrow of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

No Cupcake No Peace!

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US seizes $150m ‘linked to Hezbollah money-laundering’

“As we alleged last year, the Lebanese Canadian Bank played a key role in facilitating money laundering for Hezbollah-controlled organisations across the globe,” the head of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Michele Leonhart, was quoted saying on Monday by the AFP news agency.

“Not everybody needs to be asked prior to each insertion”

“It might be really bad manners not to have tapped her on the shoulder and said, “do you mind if I do it again?”. It might be really sordid and bad sexual etiquette, but whatever else it is, it is not rape or you bankrupt the term rape of all meaning. . .”

Iran bans women from universities

Under the new policy, women undergraduates will be excluded from a broad range of studies in some of the country’s leading institutions, including English literature, English translation, hotel management, archaeology, nuclear physics, computer science, electrical engineering, industrial engineering and business management.

The Oil Industry University, which has several campuses across the country, says it will no longer accept female students at all, citing a lack of employer demand. Isfahan University provided a similar rationale for excluding women from its mining engineering degree, claiming 98% of female graduates ended up jobless.


“How are you going to argue that a 79-year-old cancer sufferer with terminal cancer should be forced to wait 18 months?”

The Cambie Surgical Centre

“A group of doctors and health care advocates are protesting outside a private health clinic in Vancouver, demanding the clinic stop treating patients who are willing to pay for services that are normally covered by the public system.

The Cambie Surgical Centre is one of two private clinics ordered by the medical services commission to stop extra billing. Monday is the 30-day deadline for the clinic to comply. Ryan Jabs, a spokesman for the B.C. Ministry of Health, said the province would proceed with an injunction to enforce the order “shortly,” but couldn’t elaborate.”

Unions matter more than your stinkin’ life.

And now, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion app

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Here’s one: Elizabeth May to ask the Queen for a Royal Inquiry into the Robo-call scandal

Some quirky policy resolutions often come from political party conventions. This one ranks up there as one of the wackiest.

At the Green Party convention in Sidney, British Columbia, delegates have overwhelmingly voted in favour of an emergency resolution which tasks party leader Elizabeth May to ask the Queen for a Royal Inquiry into the Robo-call scandal.

Photos: Gaza kids sharing Eid candy with masked terrorists

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“We are going to kill you, you dirty jew”

Zafar Bangash – Inspirational leader of Canada’s Islamonazis

Don’t be alarmed, this threat comes from some lunatic from the far away land of……… the GTA.

And speaking of threats, Meir Weinstein of the JDL  informs me he received a call Friday evening:

Islamonazi: Is this Meir Weinstein?

Weinstein: Yes

Islamonazi: You better not show up to Queen’s Park tomorrow

Weinstein: Why not?

Islamonazi: You better not show up


‘Iran welcomes military threats by Tel Aviv to end Israel’s life’

If Israeli military threats against Iran take place the “best opportunity will be provided for the disappearance of this fake regime from the scene of the world and hurling it into the dustbin of history,” an Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) commander warned on Saturday.

Amir Ali Hajizadeh, the aerospace commander of the IRGC, said Iran “welcomes” such threats of military attack because it will give a “pretext” to put an end to the life of this regime “for ever and get the humanity rid of this cancerous tumor”.

Hajizadeh said “the Islamic resistance and anti-Zionist front” have been waiting to “take a serious and fateful revenge of the blood of the martyrs of the oppressed Palestinians, Sabra and Shatila (massacre), Lebanon’s Qana, the nuclear martyrs of the Islamic Iran, and thousands of other martyrs.”

The military commander went on to say that “the ideal of the annihilation of the Zionist regime” will be realized and “a new Middle East will be created in the region with the will of Muslim nations” in the case these military threats by Israel are put into practice.

However, he said “we believe” the military threats by Israeli leaders are a “psychological warfare” as the presidential election in the United States is approaching and Iran is preparing to host Non-Aligned Movement summit.

“However,” he added, “if they want to put in action their threats this would be the only positive move by this ‘baby killer’ regime in its nasty life.”


Video: Britain’s got talent 2012 – Mark Knopfler – Brothers in Arms

When a Teherani woman tried to telephone her Facebook friend in Israel…

Shaharanz, a (heavily pixelated) 40-year-old Teherani woman, interviewed on Channel 2 on Friday night (photo credit: Channel 2 screenshot)

Hours after millions of Iranians had taken to the streets chanting anti-Israel slogans and burning Israeli flags to mark Quds (Jerusalem) Day, an Israeli TV station on Friday evening interviewed an Iranian woman, in Tehran — a fascinating, sometimes surreal conversation, probably unprecedented since the Islamic Revolution in 1979.

Forty-year-old “Shaharanz,” a middle-class woman whose face was heavily pixelated to protect her identity, started and finished the Farsi-language conversation on Israel’s Channel 2 by wishing the Israeli viewers, in Hebrew, a “Shabbat shalom” — peaceful Sabbath. In between, she cried as she described impoverished Iranians imploring shopkeepers to give them meat and vegetables, and laughed when she recalled trying to get permission from the Iranian authorities to phone a Facebook friend in Israel to offer condolences after his father died.

Plainly, Shaharanz — the report stressed this was not her real name — is no ordinary Teheran resident; very few of them have Facebook friends in Israel, and fewer still would take the risk of speaking to an Israeli television station. Israel and Iran had warm relations until the fall of the Shah, but Iran’s Islamists leaders speak almost daily of the elimination of Israel, and Israel is said to be contemplating an attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities to thwart what it is certain is an Iranian bid to attain nuclear weapons.

Shaharanz said most of the people who demonstrated against Israel earlier in the day “have no idea what Quds Day is.” She said people were compelled and paid by the regime to demonstrate.

She and a group of her friends, she said, decided to remain at home. ”I am exposed to information from the outside world and talk about things to my friends, but most of the people are ignorant of what’s going on. The regime wants to keep people in the dark,” she said.

There were plenty of people in Tehran, “not simple people,” who didn’t even know there was an earthquake in Iran last week. Local news outlets were simply “full of lies,” she said.

She said the regime was feeding “senseless hatred of Israel” — that officials “go to the villages and talk about Israel” and “people believe what they are told.”

Asked whether people believed Israel would strike, Shaharanz said that the Iranian public was divided into those who consumed news solely from government agencies, who were convinced that Israel was about to attack Iran, and those who got their news from other sources, who thought it wouldn’t.

“Frankly,” she said laughing, “I don’t think many of the people would know what you mean if you asked them about uranium enrichment. They’d have no clue.”

If they anticipate an attack on Iran, she also said, they think it will come from America, not Israel.

The regime did not want war, she said, since it would harm its strategic objectives. But “the authorities” were not being hurt by sanctions; only the ordinary people were. She spoke of people “pleading for a piece of meat” and cried when describing a child who didn’t have the money to pay for vegetables.

More laughter came when she said that Israel “is not on the map” here — and it turned out she meant this literally. A Facebook friend in Israel’s father died and she wanted to phone him to offer condolences. But when she went to the authorities in Tehran to make the call, Israel was not on the list of countries. “They laughed at me. They thought I was playing a joke.”

Asked if she had a message for Israel, she said immediately: “I don’t hate you.” She said the Israeli and Iranian peoples would get along fine if they were allowed to get to know each other, and that “my people’s heads have been filled with nonsense.”


Smoke and Mirrors – 10 questions we should all ask UJA Federation of Greater Toronto

“I commend the UJA for paying for a full page ad in the CJN to inform the Jewish community as to how they allocate community donations.  At first glance, it looks like they are running an accountable and transparent organization. They do a great job of breaking down categories of recipients and the money allocated towards those recipients. To a ‘lay-Jew’, or the average person with a standing yearly donation to the UJA, this ad fills in any blanks they may have had as to where their dollars end up at the end of the day. To this guy, who has delved deeper into the UJA psyche, it is a cover-up. It is lip-service aiming to silence its growing number of critics. This ad serves as a looking-glass into what is truly important to the UJA and their distorted perception of the Jewish community’s needs.

I have gone through this ‘budget’ which can also be found at and have compiled my list of 10 ‘Sha-Shtil’ questions:”


Syria: the Gap salesman turned rebel executioner

The journey from Gap store shop assistant to rebel executioner was short.

Six months ago, Yaman Hamoud was selling fashion, under the watchful eye of a British shop manager. By August, back home in Aleppo, the 22-year-old was part of a Free Syrian Army squad that arrested a member of the Shabiha, the hated Assad militia.

After a few hours of to-and-fro with his commander, the squad was given permission to do what they wanted with him.

“We took him to the graveyard, where there was a hole in the ground,” he said, laughing. His confession was entirely unprompted.

“We shot him. He fell.”

Iranian President Invites All Muslims to Attend Int’l Quds Day Rallies

Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday that the International Quds Day is the day for the nations’ public movement to liberate the entire human society from all types of modern times’ slavery.

“Keeping in mind the occurred developments in the world and the oppressor powers’ great enthusiasm for saving the Zionists, it is a dire necessity that this year’s Quds Day rallies would be held more enthusiastically, at a much broader scale, and with a much wiser attitude than the years before,” Ahmadinejad said in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.

“The International Quds Day is the day for the human beings’ declaring that they are alive and that they wish to live up to their ideals,” he added.

The last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan is dubbed as ‘the international Quds Day’ during which worldwide Muslims stage demonstrations to voice their strong protest and outrage at the occupying regime of Israel.

The International Quds Day was started by the late Founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini, as a way of expressing solidarity with the Palestinians and underscoring importance of Quds to Muslims.


Update: Bernie Farber still hasn’t condemned Islamonazi Day

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Awesome! Pro-democracy Iranian org to join JDL protest of Islamonazi Day in Toronto

News brought to you by Sassy’s super sekrit sources.

Good Lord: Muslim Brotherhood crucifying opponents

Last week in Egypt, when Muslim Brotherhood supporters terrorized the secular media, several Arabic websites—including Arab News, Al Khabar News, Dostor Watany, and Egypt Now—reported that people were being “crucified.” The relevant excerpt follows in translation:

A Sky News Arabic correspondent in Cairo confirmed that protestors belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood crucified those opposing Egyptian President Muhammad Morsi naked on trees in front of the presidential palace while abusing others.

Palestinian prisoner’s wife delivers baby via smuggled semen

A Palestinian prisoner’s wife Monday delivered a baby conceived through artificial insemination after the father’s semen was smuggled out from his Israeli prison.

The baby was born in a hospital in the West Bank city of Nablus and doctors said the process was unprecedented, Xinhua reported.

“The operation and the birth succeeded and the mother and the baby are in good health,” said Salem Abu Khaizaran, a doctor at the birth centre.

The prisoner, Ammar Al-Zabn, tried three times to have children via artificial fertilisation over the past four weeks. But his attempts failed for several reasons, he said.

The couple had a daughter before the man was arrested.

“I’m very happy at having a son who would take care of me and his sister in the future,” said the mother.

Ziad Abu Ein, deputy minister of prisoners’ affairs of the Palestinian National Authority, said Israel must allow Palestinian prisoners to have sex with their wives since Israeli prisoners are granted this right.


Syria’s Tehran envoy: We’re at war with Tel Aviv

Speaking in conference held in Iranian capital, Hamed Hassan says Syria is ‘at war with the axis of evil whose centers are in Tel Aviv and Washington’.

Lebanon: Dozens Protest against Anal Exams on Suspected Gays

“Honorable minister, before you test my anus, at least take me out to dinner”.

In Praise of Polarization

“What we decry as polarization exists not because politicians are party hacks, but because citizens passionately disagree about fundamental, and sometimes irreconcilable, principles and beliefs that most public policies necessarily reflect. Nor are these conflicts always amenable to compromise, which requires at some level a betrayal or weakening of those beliefs. The conflict over slavery is the obvious example, a dispute that defied every legislative and political “compromise” and ultimately had to be resolved by a bloody civil war. The Civil Rights movement and the disagreement over the war in Vietnam are other examples of “polarization” much more divisive and violent than anything we are experiencing today. In fact, such fierce disputes are as prevalent in American political history as bipartisan compromise. Both are in the DNA of our political system.”

Canada’s leading anti-semites: JDL, BlazingCatFur, SUN Media

Damn those bastards!

How Montreal scammers are ripping off America

They took over Champlain, N.Y., and turned it into fraud town, U.S.A.

Israel confronts world hunger with a solar-powered desert oasis

Growing the most crop per drop of water is an Israeli specialty. With little rain and a hot desert sun as unforgiving as the Sahara, Israel’s high-tech researchers and farmers have combined their expertise to grow a cornucopia of salt-tolerant crops in dry desert conditions. People from hungry countries far and wide come to learn from Israel’s expertise.

Now, a new research project by two desert research institutes has strung several Israeli agriculture and clean-tech specialties together to help alleviate world hunger and push back the desert through an artificial desert oasis using low-cost desalination technology that runs on solar power.

Why do palestinians want to oppress and starve and destroy palestinians?

For first time, Palestinian Authority publicly calls for destruction of underground tunnels, asking Egypt to destroy those along its border with Gaza to tighten blockade.

Shut Down Iran’s Embassy in Canada

“As a tight network of Iranian terrorists expands as a “fifth column” In Canada, there have been calls to shut down the Iranian embassy there.”


No man’s land: Women-only city planned for Saudi Arabia

“Saudi Arabia is to build a new city exclusively for women. The Gulf kingdom is working on the narrow junction between strict Sharia law and the aspirations of active females who wish to pursue their own careers.

­The new plan is to combine women’s desire to work in the modern age and provide a job environment that would go hand-in-hand with the country’s Sharia law. The Saudi Industrial Property Authority (Modon) has been charged to lead the country into a new era.”


UN move threatens Church of the Nativity

Christianity teaches that the birth of Jesus, which is thought to have occurred at the site where Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity now stands, heralded a new age for mankind and the coming of the Messiah. The preservation of this site is therefore critical to every Christian. However, the future of the church is now at risk.

That’s because the responsibility for the caretaking of this site has now been entrusted to the Fatah-dominated Palestinian Authority, which has not proven itself worthy of such responsibility. Fatah has been, since its founding in 1964, complicit in the harassment, persecution, assassination, imprisonment and expulsion of Christians from Palestine. In fact, it was Fatah gunmen who commandeered the church, held monks hostage within its walls and wired it with explosives in 2002 during a standoff with the Israel Defense Forces. Where was the respect for this holy site then? Who can guarantee that respect exists today? The international community has turned to the United Nations and specifically to UNESCO.

Unfortunately, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is a highly politicized organization dominated by its own agenda. Its recognition of Palestine as a member-state, even though the Palestinians lack such recognition in virtually every other international organization of repute, underscores this point.

Last month, UNESCO decided to go even further, and voted to include the Church of the Nativity on the list of World Heritage in Danger sites and to place it under the internationally sanctioned administration of the Palestinian Authority (PA).

This decision by UNESCO is provocative and unsettling. Stewardship of a religiously important site requires the caretaker to have a demonstrated record of tolerance and respect for the free expression and practice of faith. This can be a very difficult benchmark for nations to achieve, particularly in most of the Muslim world.

Unfortunately, the PA has not demonstrated ecumenical tolerance of Jews or Christians. Palestinian rioters desecrated the Tomb of Joseph after it came under Palestinian control. Around-the-clock supervision by the Israel Defense Forces is required to prevent a similar occurrence at the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron. And it’s not only holy sites that are under attack. Revisionists are threatening religious history itself. The PA’s mufti, Sheikh Muhammad Hussein, has declared on Palestinian television that Jesus, whose birth predates the Quran by six centuries, was a Muslim prophet and a Palestinian.

Meanwhile, Arab Christians — who have lived in the region since the time of Jesus himself — are routinely harassed in the Palestinian areas. They increasingly seek to leave the area, fearing what might happen to them under an Islamist-dominated government.

Their concern is not misplaced.


Hamas journalist claims Shi’ite women are whores

Khalid Amayreh

“Unlike me, most Shiites don’t know their fathers, because their mothers slept with hundreds of men in order to deserve the good company of Zaynab and Zahra in the hereafter.”

African Grey Parrots Have the Reasoning Skills of 3-year-olds

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Phew! Jewish groups denounce Queen’s Park ‘hate’ rally

Yup, they’ll denounce till the cows come home, but watch, no one other than a few dozen JDLers and some righteous Christians and Hindus will have the balls to look the filthy Islamonazis in the eye and fight back.

Ah well, I suppose this is better than nothing. They could have chosen to remain silent, like Bernie Farber.

Arab arson jihad lays waste to wildlife

“These fires – beyond destroying the plant life, they completely destroy the animal life, from small animals to large animals”.

Video: Behold, a flashmob of Jew hating morons in Toronto

Israel girds up to face Syria, Iran with new Arrow

The delivery of an upgraded interceptor currently being installed on Israel’s Arrow anti-missile batteries will ramp up its ability to cope with threats from Syria and Iran, defence experts say.

“The upgraded Block 4 system will significantly improve the accuracy of the existing Arrow 2 missile defence system,” an official at the Israeli defence ministry told AFP.

He was referring to the latest upgrade of Israel’s cutting-edge missile interception programme which began as a joint project with the United States in the 1980s.

“We find ourselves in a technological race whereby our defence systems must keep up with offensive threats,” the source said.

Sinai raid could be start of a new bloody chapter

The dangers of allowing ungoverned space, where militant groups have launched attacks on neighbouring Israel, ought to have been obvious to anybody in Cairo, but it was only the killing of 16 of their border guards on Sunday that finally prompted action.

The inhabitants of the Sinai Peninsula, notably some of its Bedouin tribes, are a heavily armed force that, it would seem, the military rulers of Egypt who had recently stood down were reluctant to challenge.

Now, in one of those bitter paradoxes of power in the Middle East, it has fallen to Mohammed Morsi, the recently elected president from the Muslim Brotherhood to clamp down on militants who claim Islamic legitimacy for their attacks.

It might be argued that Mr Morsi is the ideal man to take these wayward tribes in hand – since he has both a democratic mandate and some degree of backing from Egypt’s religious establishment.

There is also a good deal of cynicism in Cairo about the tribes’ professed religious motivations, since they are also widely believed to be involved in smuggling of drugs, weapons, and people.

Even so, Tuesday’s raid on Touma, close to the Gaza Strip on the Mediterranean Sea, may indicate the opening of a bloody new chapter for Sinai. The raid, in which helicopters fired missiles into the township, had an aspect of communal punishment about it, or reprisal for Sunday’s loss of border guards.

Plots Are Tied to Shadow War of Israel and Iran

“This is not a spy thriller that necessarily has a plot readers can follow from page to page,” said Matthew Levitt, director of the program on counterterrorism and intelligence at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. “Iran and Hezbollah both thrive on reasonable deniability.”

Report: Egypt demands hand over of 3 Hamas terrorists

Palestinian newspaper al Quds quoted a senior security official as saying Thursday that Egyptian intelligence services have demanded that Hamas hand over three senior members of its military wing, Izz al-Din al-Qassam.

According to the official, Hamas has agreed, but the three members have refused to surrender to authorities in fear of being tortured.