Blair and Kanye West are Prostitutes

by craig on September 2, 2013 2:00 pm in Uncategorized

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The Tony Blair House Journal (editor Alan Rusbridger) reports on Kanye West’s disgusting private performance for the Kazakh dictator and his family, and takes a sideswipe at David Cameron for visiting that country.

But peculiarly they fail to mention that Tony Blair receives US $4 million a year as a consultant to the worker murdering Kazakh dictator, and that Alistair Campbell and Jonathon Powell as well as Blair visit to give this support – which has included a behind the scenes campaign to help Nazarbaev win the Nobel Peace Prize, fortunately with no result to date.

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  1. What’s with all these military titles!

    ~~

    Richard Did you mean this one?

    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/09/08/article-2415273-1BAED76E000005DC-589_634x604.jpg

    Quel imbécile!

  2. Habbabkuk (La vita è bella!)

    9 Sep, 2013 - 5:49 pm

    @ Dreoilin

    ““Our government supports the objective of ensuring that there can be no impunity for the first use of chemical warfare in the 21st century,” Mr. Hague said

    what a blithering idiot”
    ______________

    But cunning enough to leave out the preceding one :)

  3. “A chemical attack may be launched on Israel by Syrian rebels from government-controlled territories as a “major provocation”, a number of sources have told RT.”

    It may rain tomorrow a number of sources have told the Met Office.

    The Government may abolish income tax and fuel duty at the next Budget a number of sources have told the AA.

    Or then again they may not…

  4. “It may rain tomorrow a number of sources have told the Met Office.”

    I think the Met Office have their own system for divining these things. But do carry on.

  5. Mike, agreed. And how cunningly Saudi Arabia will sit by the sidelines and watch. And with what’s happening with the oil prices, well you and i as consumers are actually funding this dangerous peacock dance.

    I’d like to believe that back-channel talks between the US and Russia/China, the UN report, a negative House vote and the possibility of the CW being sequestered will avert a single shot.

    Interesting perspective from a military blogger, though i’m not convinced of his bottom-line conclusion:

    ” · Syria We wish we knew why the US feels compelled to leak details of its proposed military strike on Syria. Is it because US cannot control its employees and stop them for leaking for their own purposes, whatever they might be? Is it to mislead the Syrians? Is it show the world that the US is going to do more than a flea bite to Syria? We have no idea.

    · The latest is that the US has expanded the target list beyond the initial 50 targets, and now will require bomber attacks in addition to 200 ship-launched cruise missiles. The attacks will cover 72-hours, and include pauses for bomb damage assessment. Six Syrian Air Force main bases are part of the target set, as well as short-to-sea missile batteries, ammunition storage areas, and some Syrian Army formations. The military has also leaked that 75,000 US troops will be required to secure Syria’s chemical weapons, a polite way of saying that no effective action is possible.

    · Meanwhile, back at home the Administration is trying to gain wriggle room with Congress. It seems unlikely the House will authorize strikes, but the Senate may well do so. So the Administration’s latest theory is that Senate approval by itself suffices. So good luck with that, Administration. Five days ago, Pew Research found only 29% of Americans support military action http://www.people-press.org/2013/09/03/public-opinion-runs-against-syrian-airstrikes/ In the UK, only 19% support military action against Syria if undertaken with the US. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/10293825/No-attack-on-Syria-no-matter-what-say-voters.html The House is more vulnerable to what voters think because elections are held every two years, and the next election is only 14-months away.

    · US for some reason is now backtracking on the chain of the command of the chemical weapon attack on a Damascus suburb. US says there is no evidence Assad, or Baby Assad who commands the 4th Armored Division – which is said to have launched the attack – had any hand in the strike. So is the US saying a brigade commander or even lower officer did the strike without orders? Please, US Government, most of us are not Red Queens. We can believe six impossible things before breakfast, but not this. If the US is suddenly unsure, after insisting it had precise details including signal intercept, it can only mean US was earlier fibbing.

    · Nonetheless, in our opinion the president has boxed himself in so badly he has to make an attack even if it has zero effect on the outcome of the war.”

    http://orbat.com

  6. “But cunning enough to leave out the preceding one”

    You thought that was “cunning”? I got his lumphammer message and it’s still idiotic.

  7. barra barra

    9 Sep, 2013 - 6:22 pm

    @v’ger 4:57 Lest we forget, Saddam complied with the terms of his inspection ultimatum, and the US attacked him anyway. Kerry making Assad jump through hoops only weakens the legal case for war, because it highlights US treachery in breach of Rome Statute Article 8.2.b.xi and corresponding universal-jurisdiction law.

    The real deterrent is Russia’s back-channel threat to drag the Saudi princelings into this war. Now that’s deterrence we can live with. Couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of fatass demand-suckled pederasts.

  8. Barra Barra, well said. I have a feeling we have corresponded before and i welcome your lateral view. And particularly if Iran is dragged into a war, i see absolutely no reason to leave Saudi Arabia out of it. Btw there have been pre-existing speculations that some of Pakistan’s nuclear war heads are housed in Saudi Arabia…any thoughts?

  9. Barra Barra (as opposed to Tora! Tora! or Tiree Tiree! or possibly, 20:20!), tell us more about some of Pakistan’s nukes being in Saudi Arabia. That’s really intersting, actually. Any links? I’d like to read more on it. You’re right about the Saudi princelings and Russia’s threat. Btw, you do sound awfully like Fedup, can’t think why. Must be that Atlantic sea breeze and possibly, the powerful undertow.

  10. Russia Lavrov Backs Call for Syria to Hand Over Chemical Weapons
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324549004579064943395965808.html

    Aren’t they the Grandmasters of Chess?

  11. Mais non, that’s not where they are. Snowden’s haul has poop on that but it won’t see the light of day, as it doesn’t bear on inexcusable US government crimes.

  12. Suhayl, i don’t think Barra has anything to do with Fedup or F***edup or FedeX.

  13. Mary
    9 Sep, 2013 – 12:35 pm
    “President Assad (FRCS remember) is not cowed or intimidated by Obama, Kerry or the US threats. Produce the evidence he says. ‘Conviction’ is not evidence.”

    Are you sure about Bashar and the FRCS? Can you produce the evidence? Your comments and research are getting less and less reliable, i’m afraid.

    As for Krishnamurti, i would’ve been nothing short of astonished if you had said anything other than ‘pure tripe’ or whatever. You can’t decipher your own emails, you couldn’t decipher that i was agreeing with Jon for deleting your long duplicated post and you’re going to assimilate Krishnamurti? You easily have a 100 lives ahead of you to catch up and learn what Truth and Justice really mean. Meantime don’t obsess with K.

  14. Russia moves another chess-piece:

    “U.S., Russia clash over Syria reactor at U.N. nuclear meeting

    By Fredrik Dahl
    VIENNA | Mon Sep 9, 2013 11:01am EDT
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/09/09/us-syria-crisis-russia-nuclear-idUSBRE9880J520130909

  15. There was a very moving segment on BBC London News about surgeons from the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital making their annual visit to Vietnam to rectify the terrible facial defects still being caused by dioxin in Agent Orange used by the Americans all those years ago.

    The full programme is on Inside Out London BBC 1 tonight at 7.30pm.

    This is an article about the work. There are said to be 150,000 such victims.

    http://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/london-surgeons-carry-out-lifechanging-surgery-on-children-of-vietnam-victims-8804672.html

    A true chemical weapon.

    Vietnam’s ‘children of Agent Orange’

    The Vietnam War ended nearly 40 years ago, but the casualties continue as birth defects plague the country. There are claims that thousands of children continue to be born with horrific facial deformities due to the 20 million gallons of Agent Orange chemical sprayed by the United States.

    The Vietnamese call the disfigured youngsters ‘the children of Agent Orange’.

    Inside Out’s Mark Jordan joins a team of top London plastic surgeons on their unpaid mission to help these deformed children to ‘Face the World’.

    Watch the video feature on the BBC News website.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b039vhdn

  16. @SS I am not fedup and I am not familiar with his oeuvre. I mostly lurk here. The suggestion of nukes in Saudi comes not from me, but from v’ger’s deft HUMINT. What we have in Saudi is not deterrent weapons but cringing kleptocrats that an iskander can turn to pink mist.

  17. Villager becomes more and more ridiculous in challenging facts.

    ‘Al-Assad graduated from the medical school of Damascus University in 1988, and started to work as a physician in the army. Four years later, he attended postgraduate studies at the Western Eye Hospital, in London, specializing in ophthalmology.’ Wikipedia

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ophthalmology

    I have it on good authority that at one time he was a member of the Royal College of Surgeons.

    His father in law is also an eminent cardiologist and worked at the Cromwell Hospital. It is believed he left the UK to join his daughter and family.
    http://www.fawazakhras.com/about.asp

    ~~~

    I do not obsess about Krisnamurthy. Villager does however.

    Get lost why don’t you.

  18. “Are you sure about Bashar and the FRCS? Can you produce the evidence?”

    “I have it on good authority that at one time he was a member of the Royal College of Surgeons.”

    That’s not evidence, Mary.

    And his father in law is irrelevant, I’m afraid. And you do rather overload on attacking “Krisnamurthy” (which I believe is spelled Krishnamurti.)

    You write stuff like, “I will not be responding to Villager’s babyish comments/insults/whatever” and then launch into an attack on Krishnamurti by way of a proxy for Villager – which is all very transparent and rather hypocritical.

    If you’re “not responding”, don’t respond. Simples.com

  19. “postgraduate studies at the Western Eye Hospital, in London, specializing in ophthalmology.’ earns you an FRCS!!!!!????? Lets not worry that Wiki does not state that he is/was an FRCS.

    LOL and “I have it on good authority that at one time he was a member of the Royal College of Surgeons.” And then what happened? Did Queenie strip him of it? LOL X 2

    And you worked with the NHS?! Its all getting too much for even me to handle.

  20. “why hasn’t WW3 started yet?”

    US military don’t want it. Russians don’t want it. Chinese don’t want it. No one wants it.

    No one, except big fat Sunnis and swivel-eyed Zionist loons, that is.

    Anyway. It’s not all bad. These loons have probably just ushered in a return to a bi-polar and perhaps multi-polar world, wherein balances of power make it much more difficult for the neocon agenda to proceed.

    I wouldn’t want to be holding too much US paper…

  21. You say “for some reason” US is backtracking, Villager. I’d say (it’s just a guess of course) that they simply can’t sell this war like they’ve done with all the others. I guess the successful false flags of the past made the various actors complacent, this time around. But the Ghouta “attack” (suggestions that victims were kidnapped from near Latakia earlier in August) is so sloppy – and the prospects of unmanageable escalation very real – that they are, as you say, now looking for a way out. It also doesn’t help that the “good guys” are so obviously very bad indeed.

    By the end of the month the MSM will have gone back to sleep without having bothered to expose YET ANOTHER ROUND of murderous deceit. The false flag, Bandar’s threat to Sochi et al will then be the preserve of forums like this.

  22. Thank you Dreoilin for that “proxy” observation.

    As for Mary reviling K, it’s kind of a litmus test for me. Indifference or setting him aside is perfectly understandable. But going on pounding my chest as a proxy for him, i call obsession.

  23. Guardian stories:
    “John Kerry gives Syria week to hand over chemical weapons or face attack.”

    US says it was rhetorical remark. He never expected Syria to comply.

    But, “Russia calls on Syria to give up chemical weapons”

    US now portrays this as Russia/Syria caving in the face of threats by [Big Bad] John [Wayne].

    #2 face of the Guardian: “We must end this UN ‘paralysis’ on Syria: Calls for security council backing on Syria make little sense while Russia can so easily block action.

    Only morally superior West should have veto power.

    There was an anti-war demo in Hollywood yesterday. 100 attended. Not a single celebrity, not even a D lister. I checked TMZ; they would know — not one pic. However Biebs has a new haircut and Gwyneth Paltrow rode her Vespa most dangerously with, gasp!, her child aboard. She’s a fiend just like Assad.

  24. BrianFujisan

    9 Sep, 2013 - 7:52 pm

    @ Kempe

    Thanks for additional info on Streicher

    Mary @ 6;55

    Some more on U.S war crimes, in Vietnam

    Breathtaking U.S. Hypocrisy on Chemical Weapons

    The U.S. sprayed nearly 20,000,000 gallons of material containing chemical herbicides and defoliants mixed with jet fuel in Vietnam, eastern Laos and parts of Cambodia. Vietnam estimates 400,000 people were killed or maimed, and 500,000 children born with birth defects as a result of its use. The Red Cross of Vietnam estimates that up to 1 million people are disabled or have health problems due to Agent Orange.

    The United States has used chemical weapons in the last 10 years.

    The U.S. agreed pursuant to the international Chemical Weapons Convention to destroy its chemical weapons stockpiles by April 2007. It received several extensions. The final extension expired in April 2012. The U.S. failed to comply with the deadline. (Syria was never a signatory to the treaty.)

    Given the above, does the U.S. have the moral or legal standing to accuse Syria of violating a “red line” on chemical weapons?

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/breathtaking-u-s-hypocrisy-on-chemical-weapons/5348147

  25. “There was an anti-war demo in Hollywood yesterday. 100 attended. Not a single celebrity, not even a D lister. I checked TMZ; they would know — not one pic. However Biebs has a new haircut and Gwyneth Paltrow rode her Vespa most dangerously with, gasp!, her child aboard. She’s a fiend just like Assad.”

    Just shows how effective protests are.

    It’s always better when the fuckers fall out amongst themselves.

    Their chaos is the peeps protection.

  26. Yes, Bashar Al Assad was an ophthalmologist, so a surgeon (and would be FRCS or equivalent) and he worked in London till he assumed the presidency of Syria on his father’s death. I thought that was common knowledge. It was all over the news at the time. I think originally, his brother, Basil, had been slated to succeed Hafez al Assad (it’s a dynasty, of course), but he’d died in a road traffic crash some time before.

  27. Thanks someone, you had us guessing, that is big enough to sink a ship, never mind a major bank and its major partners, the Concordia EU might heavily list to one side, roll on its proverbial belly and make a lot of noise whilst dying.

    So the DB is up to its eyeballs in debt, what a surprise, bailing out god and the world and take countries risks must leave a mark somewhere.

    I agree, no time better than now to create a new world currency, the BRICS have a point. What good is it to the world economy, if meagre figures, high energy prices, low interest rates and high unemployment, in a dollar led world economy, full of non working QE money stashed away in tax havens on top what had already bypassed the exchequer for decades, when all these factors make ongoing war inevitable.

    The German public will be gasping when this story breaks big time, but I’m not convinced whether voters, about to re elect Merkel, will change their votes over it. A left leaning SPD, going into coalition with other splinter groups is another possibility.

    Thanks for the links Phil, Mary and Komodo.

    And to those who might only read and are frightened off by the persistent and utter nonchalance, without cream and devoid of taste, sprinkled with velvet pomposity from the Village, don’t be, because they are not real, just a mere figment of the imagination.

    Just because they write here does not mean they exist in reality, this is cyber world and any six former could do better than that, they have a plethora of electronics to create their ‘make up’ with twitter feed, FB, radio comments, the whole gambit, not just one political blog.

    So don’t be scared by their lack of factuality, ignore them and talk to us all about what make you tick/sick. I think that there are hundreds if not thousands more, just reading, being deterred by personal denunciations from sick puppy jokers.

  28. Mike: “and the prospects of unmanageable escalation very real – that they are, as you say, now looking for a way out. It also doesn’t help that the “good guys” are so obviously very bad indeed.”

    Obama and Kerry may have the firepower but after Iraq and Afghanistan they have a very war weary public. And, indeed a war-weary Army (the goblins don’t want to touch the earth with their boots). Besides they are obviously not as good chess players as the Ruskies, otherwise Obama would never have made that idiotic, unnecessary red-line comment (possibly at the behest of Israel).

    Has the US been in Afghanistan too long? Like they’ve learnt from Pakistan the good Taliban/bad Taliban routine and are now falling into that trap themselves with Good rebels/Bad rebels which in the end or for the time being at least are fungible and united.

    Also very significant is that we are witnessing the end of the Unipolar World that America has got used to. I see the risks you highlight re the MSM, but now, if they carry on, they shall fall asleep at the risk of their own demise. In other words, it is also the end of the Unipolar Media world, which is already a fact.

  29. Just to clarify, Bashar al Assad was studying to be an optician but was called back to Syria when his brother, Bassel, was killed in a car crash. This is a useful history of Syria in twenty-one photographs.

    http://www.policymic.com/articles/62007/the-complete-history-of-syria-in-21-photos

  30. Kempe

    You claim that Streicher was convicted for his activities as Gauleiter.

    But it seems quite clear from the judgement that he was convicted on the basis of his journalism, or incitement if you like:

    “…For his 25 years of speaking, writing and preaching hatred of the Jews, Streicher was widely known as ‘Jew-Baiter Number One.’ In his speeches and articles, week after week, month after month, he infected the German mind with the virus of anti-Semitism, and incited the German people to active persecution… Streicher’s incitement to murder and extermination at the time when Jews in the East were being killed under the most horrible conditions clearly constitutes persecution on political and racial grounds in connection with war crimes, as defined by the Charter, and constitutes a crime against humanity.”

    “Streicher’s incitement to murder and extermination at the time when Jews in the East were being killed under the most horrible conditions clearly constitutes persecution on political and racial grounds in connection with war crimes as defined by the Charter, and constitutes a crime against humanity.”

    http://avalon.law.yale.edu/imt/judstrei.asp

    But thanks for bringing it up.

    It certainly does set a precedent that scribblers today ought to be aware of as they bang their drums for war and slaughter.

    I’m sure in his heyday, Herr Streicher thought the wind would always be at his back too.

  31. Mary,

    Yep, that’s the one I meant.

  32. Herbie 9 Sep, 2013 – 8:25 pm
    “I’m sure in his heyday, Herr Streicher thought the wind would always be at his back too.”

    Simple and great observation.

    Before this thread I had no idea a journalist was tried at nuremberg.

  33. Phil

    Kempe is correct that he had a political role as Gauleiter too, up until 1940, when Goering got rid of him because he was a loon.

    But he wasn’t convicted on the basis of his activities as Gauleiter.

    They very expressedly convicted on the basis of his journalistic incitement.

  34. There’s Dreoilin again, always quick to jump into the fray when the trolls are in action. What business is this of hers?

    Bashar al Assad was an eye surgeon. That is a fact. It is common practice for a doctor to become a member of their respective profession’s college.

    Any which way, like the Chelsea and Westminster doctors working in Vietnam, President Assad and his father in law have done probably done more to benefit their fellow humans than the trolls and their acquaintances here.

    The reason for the attempt to denigrate Assad and not to give him any credit whatsoever is obvious of course.

    Yes I did work in the NHS and I am extremely proud of the fact. I will do my best to fight for its survival even though this rotten coalition is doing its best to destroy it. It is up to everyone who cares about the threats to it to fight too.

    See http://www.keepournhspublic.com/index.php

    and

    http://nhsforsale.info/privatisation-list/contract-alert/contract-awards.html

  35. John With respect, Assad was an ophthalmologist, not an optician.

    He is included here. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ophthalmology

    ~~

    Richard I guessed you meant Hollande, and not Cameron as someone else said earlier.

  36. “… an optician…” John Goss.

    It would be an ophthalmologist. That is, a surgeon specialising in the eyes. He’s also been a GP.

    http://www.library.cornell.edu/colldev/mideast/bashar.htm

  37. On the box the last few days has been 9/11 saturation and even hitler coloured in. They’ve coloured in the old b+w clips. Colour clips of ww1 trenches. Very odd. Worse than early beatles remastered into stereo with the drums on the left speaker. And I hate the fucking beatles.

    And tonight we have blackout – a docudrama about the mayhem unleashed during a power grid failure.

    Sounds nasty. Blackout! Terror! Shale! Yes quick let’s get that oil under lancashire now!

    Is anyone anywhere seriously discussing/researching a possible correlation between non-news media output as propaganda? Does this correlation exist beyond the expected mainstream consensus of media decision makers?

  38. “Worse than early beatles remastered into stereo with the drums on the left speaker. And I hate the fucking beatles.” Phil, 8:57pm, today.

    I agree about the ‘stereo’ – it sounds better in mono. But I like The Beatles, a lot. Personal thing, music.

  39. So-hail Mary,

    Read carefully with attention:

    “In 1988, Bashar Assad graduated from medical school and began working as an army doctor in the biggest military hospital, “Tishrin”, on the outskirts of Damascus.[13][14]Four years later (i.e. 1992) he went to the United Kingdom to begin postgraduate training in ophthalmology at the Western Eye Hospital, part of the St Mary’s group of teaching hospitals in London.[15] Bashar at the time had few political aspirations.[16] His father had been grooming Bashar’s older brother Bassel as the future president, but he never declared this intent.[17] Bashar,however, was recalled in 1994 to the Syrian Army, after Bassel’s death in a car accident.”

    Show me evidence that in the 2 years he was with the Western Eye Hospital that he actually/factually qualified as an ophthalmologist and earned his FRCS, FRCO or equivalent initials.

  40. Sorry that extract is from wiki if its not already obvious.

  41. Herbie;

    I never said Streicher was convicted for his role as Gaulieter although I suspect it had some influence on the decision to prosecute him, I just pointed out a serious (deliberate?) omission from Brian’s link and the impression he was hung for doing something comparable to what his 21st century counterparts might be doing as a normal part of their duties. To re-cap the judgement:-

    “Streicher’s incitement to murder and extermination at the time when Jews in the East were being killed under the most horrible conditions clearly constitutes persecution on political and racial grounds in connection with war crimes, as defined by the Charter, and constitutes a crime against humanity.”

    We don’t hang people for it any longer but I would expect anybody inciting murder or extermination today to be punished in some way. Wouldn’t you?

  42. fucking hell now the debate has been reduced to “show me Assad’s qualifications”!!

    Kishnafuckwit would say; “oniho ho hon hi neimeho fucking what the fuck, is this shit eraho” and we all should learn that shit and be even more fucking confused than before!!!

    —-

    Suhayl I see you are accusing someone else of being me now, what is thins psychological condition called again?

  43. Mary
    9 Sep, 2013 – 8:47 pm
    “John With respect, Assad was an ophthalmologist, not an optician.

    He is included here. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ophthalmology

    Included where? Please extract the para and quote. Perhaps a trip to the optician’s (via the neurosurgeon’s) is overdue after all.

  44. Oh, I see, Villager, thanks (9:35pm, today). I didn’t realise this was a controversial thing with you. I have no idea, really. Maybe he was just halfway through his specialist training, then. Maybe he got Part 1 of the FRCS, who knows? If he was still registered with the GMC, one could check on-line, but he won’t be now. Why, is it important?

  45. “Suhayl I see you are accusing someone else of being me now, what is thins psychological condition called again?” Fedup, at 9:42pm, today.

    Joyous lunacy, perhaps? But are you not legion? I’d assumed that you had some sort of infernal origin. But perhaps, after all, you are sublime. Israfil, with the trumpet?

  46. F***edUp, for definitely the brain-f***ing neurosurgeon without a shadow of doubt!

  47. i.e. for you effedup

  48. Habbabkuk (La vita è bella!)

    9 Sep, 2013 - 9:47 pm

    re the family firm of Assad & Sons (estbl 1970, torture, murder and massacre our speciality) :

    leaving aside the question of whether President Assad’s regime was responsible for the recent chemical attacks or not, are there any estimates of the number of Syrians tortured, murdered, massacred or fled the country since the establishment of the family firm?

  49. BrianFujisan

    9 Sep, 2013 - 9:47 pm

    Herbie,

    Thanks for that on Streicher, along with Kempe you have me a wee tad more interested in the subject.

    Phil.

    RT have just Petty much called 9/11 an inside Job, with i firmly believe it was. tower 7 has always been the Smoking gun

    RT News Declares 9/11 An Inside Job – 7th Sept 2013

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wN9Z7urvdW4

  50. Mary,

    Yes, I meant Hollande. I didn’t see whoever it was who assumed that I meant Cameron. Perhaps I should originally have said ‘The President of the Oldest Ally’, but it didn’t seem worth quibbling about. Anyway, it was frivolous and unimportant, but to my infantile mind amusing. But if Congress votes “Yes” or if O’Bomber simply decides that 100,000 isn’t enough and that he’d like to do his bit to add to the human misery in Syria anyway (as if he hasn’t already by proxy)then it will be “cometh the hour, cometh the four-eyed, frog-swallowing tosser!” The spirit of Lafayette lives. I couldn’t help looking at that photo and thinking “that tit looks as if he’s just sat on his nuts” and wondered if the same thought had occurred to others, that’s all.

  51. Sam Galbraith, former Labout MSP was a neurosurgeon. A really good one. He’d been unwell himself though and had had a bilateral lung transplant, it’d been in the news, etc. At a social gathering once, I asked him how he was doing. And with characteristic dry humour, he cleared his throat and replied,

    “Well, you know, once you get used to coughing up someone else’s spit…”

    Eek.

    :)

  52. Habbabkuk (La vita è bella!)

    9 Sep, 2013 - 9:57 pm

    @ Suhayl

    “Oh, I see, Villager, thanks (9:35pm, today). I didn’t realise this was a controversial thing with you. I have no idea, really. Maybe he was just halfway through his specialist training, then. Maybe he got Part 1 of the FRCS, who knows? If he was still registered with the GMC, one could check on-line, but he won’t be now. Why, is it important?”
    ________________________

    Suhayl, why are you getting at Villager?

    Of course it’s not important. So you should perhaps ask Mary why she saw fit to mention it rather emphatically (cf. her post at 12h35 today)?

    Best!

  53. S a d

  54. BrianFujisan

    9 Sep, 2013 - 10:01 pm

    Phill

    Meant to Add, The rest of those Videos at Nineeleven Twentyfourseven – are ALL well worth a look, Good Solid demolition’s ( Pardon The Pun ) of the NIST fabrications

  55. Habbabkuk (La vita è bella!)

    9 Sep, 2013 - 10:01 pm

    This is the 5OOth anniversary of the Battle of Flodden.

    Almost yesterday.

    Can we please have a few rants on genocide practiced by the English?

    I need a good laugh.

  56. Habbabkuk, 9:57pm: I’m not “getting at Villager”. I’m just curious as to why we’re suddenly interested in Dr Assad’s professional qualifications. It seems merely an interesting oxbow. Or does someone need their eyes done?

  57. BrianFujisan

    9 Sep, 2013 - 10:07 pm

    Fucksake

    Can we please have a few rants on genocide practiced by the English?

    I need a good laugh.

    is it being impersonated again or Dose it really think that Any genocide ANYWHERE on this Earth is Funny.

  58. I’m just curious as to why we’re suddenly interested in Dr Assad’s professional qualifications. It seems merely an interesting oxbow.

    villagecunt and hasbawanker have been ordered to rubbish Assad, the idiots know no better than challenging anything about Assad. It is a wonder they have not been asking Assad to prove he is called fucking Assad.

  59. Ah, it’s a ‘Mary’ thing. I see, so it’s not really about Dr Assad, then. It’s the opposite of Mariolatry. There must be a Latin term for that, other than, ‘Yrtaloiram’, which sounds more like the given name of a Cymric demon.

  60. Thanks Habby and while he’s at it Suhayl can also explain why he was so emphatic and proferred us his 2-bits worth, viz :

    Suhayl Saadi
    9 Sep, 2013 – 8:12 pm
    “Yes, Bashar Al Assad was an ophthalmologist, so a surgeon (and would be FRCS or equivalent) and he worked in London till he assumed the presidency of Syria on his father’s death.”

    We see the solid ground (and non-facts) upon which The Revolution stands.

  61. My post crossed with yours, Fedup.

    Anyway, let’s hope this Russian initiative helps prevent an attack on Syria. But really, Saudi Arabia/Qatar/Turkey need to call off their dogs (of war).

  62. Villager, okay, take it easy. What is it? You need your eyes done? I’d assumed he’d have got the FRCS, but maybe he was halfway through. What is the importance of all this?

  63. Suhayl, never mind Mary, never mind me. You need only explain yourself — why you felt it was so important to repeat non-facts and then add your own “he worked in London till he assumed the presidency of Syria on his father’s death.”

    For me its a curious thing — i like to observe how people’s brain works. Now you have it.

  64. Villager, are you arguing that Syria should be attacked because Dr Assad didn’t complete his specialist training?

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  66. Do you think that if Syria hands over its chemical weapons to the UN, it should still be attacked? I’d be interested to learn your thoughts on this, Villager. Thank you.

  67. Villager, are you arguing that Syria should be attacked because Dr Assad didn’t complete his specialist training?

    the short of yes!

  68. Harry Reid, Senate leader, “America, he said, had to remember the lessons of World War II and, specifically, Auschwitz, the Nazi-run concentration camp.”

    I thought the rule of political etiquette is that it’s not permissible to invoke Auschwitz, the Holocaust or Hitler in describing any lesser outrage, since it trivializes the true Holocaust.

    Did Harry receive special dispensation to do this, at least from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel? Judaism doesn’t have a Pope equivalent where you can do one-stop shopping for things like dispensations, exemptions, starting/stopping crusades and so forth.

  69. BrianFujisan

    9 Sep, 2013 - 10:22 pm

    Why WHY Why is it, that of all Mighty catholic church the only one yelling out on Syria, is Mother Agnes Mariam el-Salib

    Mother Agnes Mariam el-Salib, mother superior of St. James Monastery in Qara, Syria, told RT. She says she is about to submit her findings to the UN.

    ‘I have carefully studied the footage, and I will present a written analysis on it a bit later. I maintain that the whole affair was a frame-up. It had been staged and prepared in advance with the goal of framing the Syrian government as the perpetrator.”

    The nun is indignant with the world media for apparently turning a blind eye to the Latakia massacre by rebel extremists, which left 500 civilians including women and children dead.

    Russia’s Foreign Ministry has called on the international community to pay attention to revelations made by Mother Agnes Mariam el-Salib.

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/mother-agnes-mariam-footage-of-chemical-attack-in-syria-is-fraud/5348939

  70. Suhayl: “Villager, okay, take it easy. What is it? You need your eyes done? ”

    Do you usually tell people at blogs what they should be doing? If so let me tell you, take your fiction elsewhere. And with “You need your eyes done? ” and your last msg are you trying to be rude? Just clarifying before i respond. I want to see if you are the sort that has sppine to take responsibility or simply make it up as you go along and then run away or deflect.

  71. “Villager, are you arguing that Syria should be attacked because Dr Assad didn’t complete his specialist training?”

    “the short of yes!”

    Utter nonsense. Villager has not been arguing in favour of an attack on anyone. If you think he/she has, then produce some quotes.

  72. Villager, I stand corrected over Dr Assad’s training regime. Thank you. Please calm down. Be mellow.

    Let’s move away from eyes.

    Do you think Syria should be attacked, even if it hands over its chemical weapons to the UN?

  73. Mary said,
    “President Assad (FRCS remember) is not cowed or intimidated by Obama, Kerry or the US threats. Produce the evidence he says. ‘Conviction’ is not evidence.”

    Villager said,
    “Are you sure about Bashar and the FRCS? Can you produce the evidence?”

    So far, nobody has produced evidence of anything like FRCS. Just a lot of noise and waffle.

  74. Anyway, let’s hope this Russian initiative helps prevent an attack on Syria. But really, Saudi Arabia/Qatar/Turkey need to call off their dogs (of war).

    You are so right Suhayl. Let us hope that no more poor Syrians are to be blown to fucking kingdom come, just so that some tosser feels a bit more tough in Washington. It is shameful that al Saud pederasts, and the gaggle of the deviants in Qatar and Turkey are paraded out as the supporters of the bombing of the defenceless Syrians.

    Every cruise missile costs $1.4 million dollars, not taking account of the assets and personal costs. The amerikans sure are willing to spend four hundred million dollars or more to kill the Syrians, but the same will be hard pushed to provide a loaf of bread for the hungry child that is shivering with fear as the bombs rain around him. That is just so fucked up mate!

  75. I don’t understand this fixation with his qualifications. Yes, Villager, you were correct on this matter. Thank you for providing clarification. Now, can we move on again? War? Chemical weapons? Jihadist paramilitaries? Russia? Kerry?

  76. Utter nonsense. Villager has not been arguing in favour of an attack on anyone. If you think he/she has, then produce some quotes.

    Oh the orange section has been summoned for the rebuttal.

    You don’t say, really, well I never……

    ====

    Meanwhile back at the ranch; after newsnight comes the story of the _EWS, already Hitler has been pulled out of the urn to be sprinkled around and now swastikas galore we are off to merrily kill more Syrians who deserve to be crushed and minced, All the while justifying this murderous enterprise based on the fucking events of the last century.

    Fucking pitiful.

  77. Suhayl: “Villager, I stand corrected over Dr Assad’s training regime.”

    And qualifications and content and place of work and length of stay in London.

    ” Please calm down. Be mellow.”

    Don’t (i rarely use that word) patronise me. Its your way of deflecting from a due apology over matters unprovoked. Civilise yourself, then i shall grant you an interview if thats what you’re seeking.

    I’ve seen wily guys like you Suhayl and i spot the ones who consider themselves too-clever-by-half. What do you think you’re playing with NHS secretaries?

  78. La Clinton has emerged to support Obama.

    ‘Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced Monday that she supports President Obama’s call for a military strike on Syria and urged Congress to vote to back him.

    “I will continue to support his efforts, and I hope the Congress will as well,” Clinton said at a White House event, after she discussed the latest developments on Syria with Mr. Obama earlier in the day. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., announced Monday that the Senate will hold the first congressional vote to authorize military action in Syria this Wednesday, which will be a procedural vote to begin debate.

    /..
    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57602048/hillary-clinton-supports-military-strike-on-syria/

    No surprise there then. She will be angling for the Presidency in 2016.

  79. “Oh the orange section has been summoned for the rebuttal.
    You don’t say, really, well I never……”

    I’m a long way from an orange section, Fedup. And since you’ve announced that Villager is arguing for an attack on Assad, produce some evidence, or STFU.

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  81. True to form, anything that’s on the ground, Fedup will drag into the sewer.

  82. Oh well Dreoilin, thank you for your objectivity — a very scarce commodity around here. And also your ease of comprehension; with some others it really feels like one is trying to perform brain surgery :-)

  83. Villager is arguing for an attack on Assad, produce some evidence, or STFU.

    Why don’t you STFU and produce evidence that he is not, other your cherished observations?

    Orange-men have lost an asset in you if you are not affiliated.

  84. “Why don’t you STFU and produce evidence that he is not”

    Only a fool asks someone to prove a negative. You’re the one who asserted that Villager was arguing to attack Assad. But clearly you have nothing to back it up with, you clown.

  85. Okay, I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to upset anyone. Apologies, Villager. It’s late, man. Just put on some good music. I don’t mean to patronise you. Let’s all be civil(ised).

  86. Dreoilin: “True to form, anything that’s on the ground, Fedup will drag into the sewer.”

    LOL good one Dreo and literally true.

    And where has Suhayl disappeared to after adding fuel to F’s fire?

  87. Posts crossed. Roger.

  88. “Oh well Dreoilin, thank you for your objectivity”

    I try, Villager.
    Some people around here are too verbose for their own good.

  89. True to form, anything that’s on the ground, Fedup will drag into the sewer.

    We didn’t have enough ziofuckwits now we have the crypto ones too.

    I am trying to get up close and friendly with you there in the sewer, there is room for us all there.

    The bastards calls Suhayl a “WOG” and you are justifying it?

    That is a new low even by sewer dwellers standards.

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  91. The bastards calls Suhayl a “WOG”

    Where? The first one to use “wog” that I saw, was you.

    If you think you can change the subject that way, forget it. You still have nothing to back up your claim that Villager was promoting an attack on Assad.

  92. “Email/chat communication in the background perhaps?”

    More deviation?
    Don’t be so bloody daft. Go to bed.

  93. I’ve seen wily guys like you Suhayl

    What does WOG stand for again?

  94. Kempe

    “We don’t hang people for it any longer but I would expect anybody inciting murder or extermination today to be punished in some way. Wouldn’t you?”

    Of course. That was my point to current hacks who incite war.

    Inciting war would I think be enough, because it contains within itself the horror that subsequently unfolds.

    More generally I think it’s better not to kill such criminals. Much better to prosecute, ostracise and watch diminish over time. There’s a benefit to humanity in that process, and that’s of course why we rarely see it.

  95. Dreoilin, you might want to read this story:

    Sudan woman risks flogging to protest ‘Taliban’-like law
    September 08, 2013 05:39 PM
    By Ian Timberlake

    Read more: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2013/Sep-08/230469-sudan-woman-risks-flogging-to-protest-taliban-like-law.ashx#ixzz2eR4ZzPTH
    (The Daily Star :: Lebanon News :: http://www.dailystar.com.lb)

    Lets return to reality than the delusions of those who want to make it up as they go along.

  96. Has this been posted before. Apologies if it has been.

    Freed Belgian, Italian recount Syria kidnap ordeal
    Italian journalist Domenico Quirico (C), who was kidnapped in Syria in early April, answers to journalists after disembark from the airplane on September 9, 2013 at Ciampino military airport in Rome.

    AFP

    09 September 2013 16:56 GMT

    Freed Italian journalist Domenico Quirico and Belgian teacher Pierre Piccinin spoke Monday of the “very tough” conditions of their five-month kidnap ordeal in Syria, saying they were subjected to violence, humiliation and mock executions.

    The two men, who were released on Sunday, also said they had overheard their captors talking about possible rebel involvement in a poison-gas attack near Damascus, although Quirico said he had no way of verifying that information.

    Scant detail has emerged of the circumstances of their ordeal, but Quirico’s newspaper said Italy’s secret services had stepped up efforts to secure their freedom ahead of feared US military strikes.

    /..
    http://www.news-republic.com/Web/ArticleWeb.aspx?regionid=4&articleid=12860473

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  98. BrianFujisan

    9 Sep, 2013 - 11:12 pm

    Fedup

    “Every cruise missile costs $1.4 million dollars, not taking account of the assets and personal costs”.

    Here’s the Very place to go for ALL of One’s Killing needs
    Right here in the uk, Right now as allthe carnage is going on in the M,East… JUST Sickeng

    Anyway see it here a Brilliant Piece From John Hilley at Zenpolitics…Well said John

    Amid resounding opposition to more murderous weaponry being deployed in Syria, London is this week hosting another leading international arms bazaar.

    Well, business must continue. And there’s no more willing trader and helpful organiser than the UK.

    With multiple ‘theatres’ of warfare to promote and exploit, just think of all that amazing new hardware sitting on the shelves, all that lovely profit to be made, all the friends and enemies waiting to be supplied.

    The DSEi – Defence Security and Equipment International – event offers a phantasmagorical display of sleek weaponry and killing consultancy for visiting dictators, strutting generals and corporate gun-runners.

    http://johnhilley.blogspot.co.uk/

  99. “What does WOG stand for again?”

    Nobody used the word ‘WOG’ except you, Fedup.
    (And my wi-fi just cut me off, which is why I’m late getting back)

    Now go away, you cretin.

    ————————–

    “Sudan woman risks flogging to protest ‘Taliban’-like law”

    I’ll read that as soon as I can, Villager.

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