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News

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Dutch 'anti-Islam' film maker shot dead
By Stephen Castle in Brussels
03 November 2004


The maker of a film that criticised Islam's treatment of women was murdered in an Amsterdam street yesterday.

The killing stoked the vexed debate in the Netherlands about immigration and revived memories of the murder of the politician Pim Fortuyn.

Theo van Gogh, a descendant of the 19th-century artist, was shot and stabbed outside a council office in Linnaeusstraat. A note was left on the body, and a 26-year-old man with dual Dutch-Moroccan nationality was arrested after a gun battle with police that left him wounded.

The attack was condemned by Muslim groups, and by Jan-Peter Balkenende, the Prime Minister, who appealed for the public not to jump to conclusions about the motive. But he added that the killing reminded the public of the assassination of Fortuyn, the maverick anti-immigration campaigner whose murder plunged the Netherlands into a political crisis in March 2002. "On a day like this we are reminded of the murder of Fortuyn. We cannot resign ourselves to such a climate," Mr Balkenende said.

Mr van Gogh was an outspoken film maker who became an unusual celebrity, renowned for being overweight, unkempt and a heavy smoker. He also wrote newspaper columns designed to shock and described himself as an "old reactionary".

In August he produced his most controversial film, entitled Submission. It was written by a right-wing Dutch politician, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who was born in Somalia. A member of the Dutch parliament, she has renounced the Islamic faith into which she was born and outraged Muslims by criticising Islamic customs and highlighting immigrants' lack of assimilation into Dutch society.

Submission told the fictional story of a Muslim woman forced into a violent marriage, raped by a relative and brutally punished for adultery.

The work proved highly controversial and led to death threats against Mr van Gogh, though in a recent radio interview he dismissed them and called the film "the best protection I could have. It's not something I worry about".

Witnesses said Mr van Gogh, 47, was attacked at about 9am. He struggled to the other side of the street where he was shot and stabbed again, dying at the scene.

Police said the suspect fired at another person and at police vehicles while fleeing to the nearby Oosterpark. He injured a bystander and an officer who was wearing a bullet-proof vest before the police returned fire, hitting him in the leg.

One witness told the Dutch media that she had heard six shots and saw the suspect, whom she described as bearded and wearing Islamic clothing, concealing a gun.

Another witness told Dutch Radio 1 that the killer arrived by bicycle and shot Mr van Gogh as he got out of a car. "He fell backward on the bicycle path and just lay there. The shooter stayed next to him and waited - waited to make sure he was dead."

Mr Balkenende praised Mr van Gogh as a proponent of free speech who had "outspoken opinions", adding: "It would be unacceptable if a difference of opinion led to this brutal murder."

The place of Muslim immigrants in Dutch society has long been a contentious issue in the Netherlands, and Fortuyn campaigned under the slogan that his country was "full".

The country is home to nearly one million Muslims, or 5.5 per cent of the population, and the Dutch centre-right government has pushed for greater integration of immigrants through language tests and citizenship classes.

It has also caused controversy with plans to repatriate up to 26,000 failed asylum-seekers who have stayed in the country.

Atzo Nicolai, the minister for Europe, described the killing as "really terrible", adding: "It reminds everybody of what happened to Pim Fortuyn."

 

Lemme get this straight...

Lemme get this straight...you can FUCK UP your JOB AS PRESIDENT SO BAD..that three thousand people die in New York due to your INCOMPETENCE....

You can lose jobs to the tune that we haven't seen in over 70 years....

You can push to take people's freedoms, privacy, and liberties away...

You can run up one of the biggest deficits in history....literally heading
this country toward bankruptcy....

You can literally brag that you don't read....

You can be told America is under attack and sit there reading MY PET GOAT with kids for seven minutes....

You can be so useless that you claim eating a pretzel almost killed you...

You can curse your aides out and call reporters "motherfuckers"....

You can lie to the American public and get us into a war with false pretenses....

You can bemoan the fact that OB-GYNs aren't able to "practice their love with women across this country"....

You can fail to catch public enemy number one...Osama, in three years.....

You can use fearmongering to scare the public....

You can be a draft dodging coward....

and the same number of states will vote for you after that , that voted four years ago.

Have I got that right?

So...you can be a total, useless, meanspirited, arrogant FUCK UP, and the country will still vote for you for the highest office in the land....

IS THAT RIGHT?

Well...the country DESERVES what it gets then.

If you , as a nation, re-elect this ASSHOLE...I PITY THE FUTURE GENERATIONS THAT HAVE TO SUFFER FOR WHAT YOU HAVE DONE, THIS NOVEMBER 2, 2004 !

 

Herald Sun: Free acupuncture - if Bush loses [02nov04]

Herald Sun: Free acupuncture - if Bush loses [02nov04]
Free acupuncture - if Bush loses
From correspondents in Tokyo
02nov04

A BRITISH acupuncturist in Tokyo has promised to treat everyone who walks into his clinic for free the day after Tuesday's US election if George W. Bush loses - even the would-be ex-president himself.

Edward Obaidey, who treats about 20 people a day, said he stood to lose about 120,000 yen ($1513) if Senator John Kerry wins.
"Maybe I've lost a few patients over this. But if Bush came in, I'd treat him as well. He probably needs a good going-over," Mr Obaidey said.

Mr Obaidey said he decided to make his offer after hearing widespread anger about Mr Bush from his patients, even ones who tend to be apolitical.

"Normally I don't mind what goes in America but with this guy in, things have got so bad, not only for Americans but people all over the world," he said.









Mr Obaidey, who has worked in Tokyo for nearly 20 years, said he would consider making a similar offer when Britain holds its next general election.


 

Fuck George Bush (saxmo.blog-city.com)

Fuck George Bush (saxmo.blog-city.com)
Fuck George Bush
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What a fucking dickbeard. Seriously. This guy sucks. SUCKS.
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AMEN! WHAT MORE CAN I SAY...THE TRUTH IS THE TRUTH!

 

IF YOU HAVEN'T VOTED FOR KERRY...GET OUT AND DO IT~

IF YOU HAVEN'T VOTED FOR KERRY...GET OUT AND DO IT !

 

Fool me once, shame on you...fool me twice, shame on me

Well...four years ago, many Americans make a GIGANTIC mistake in voting for a retarded cowboy wannabe, born in Connecticut, a product of Ivy league education, and funded by Bin Laden oil money in his early career.

You can forgive America screwing up ONCE...but four years later, we HAD a chance to fix it.

If Americans vote Bush into the presidency AGAIN....

I will lose ALL hope for America.
~Code

 

Capitol Hill Blue: Dirty Tricks Abound on Election Eve

Capitol Hill Blue: Dirty Tricks Abound on Election Eve
Dirty Tricks Abound on Election Eve
By Staff and Wire Reports
Nov 2, 2004, 05:49
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Friendly-sounding phone calls telling African-Americans they don't have to go to the polls this year, warnings that anyone with an unpaid traffic ticket can't vote and phony notices that Election Day is Nov. 3 are among the "dirty tricks" reported on the eve of the ballot.
Election skullduggery is nothing new, voting rights workers said on Monday, but the 2004 contest has been remarkable for the number of bogus flyers, phone calls and other ploys aimed at suppressing the black vote.

"In Tallahassee, Florida, people were calling from a phone bank, calling what they called long term stalwart African-American voters and telling them that because they had been such faithful voters, that the county had decided that they need not go to the polls anymore, that they could vote by telephone," Barbara Arnwine of the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights told reporters.

Arnwine and others on a telephone news conference noted that while black voters were the main target of the tricks, Hispanics and white elderly voters were also vulnerable.

A joint report by the liberal People for the American Way and the NAACP civil rights organization listed at least two cases where flyers were designed to make some minority voters believe they should vote on Wednesday, one day after the actual election day.

The tricks are focused on such battleground states as Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin and Florida, Arnwine said, but have cropped up elsewhere. A hotline set up to take complaints and questions about alleged voter suppression has received more than 5,500 calls daily, she said.

VOTE ON NOVEMBER 3?

The report provided copies of various flyers aimed suppressing the vote, including one from Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

"Due to the immense voter turnout that is expected on Tuesday, November 2, the state of Pennsylvania has requested an extended voting period," read the official-looking flyer, advising Republicans to vote on Tuesday, Democrats a day later -- after polls were closed.

A similar flyer distributed in Jefferson County, Alabama simply gave out the wrong date for voting: "Attention: Jefferson County!!!!! See You At The Poles November 4, 2004."

In Wisconsin, flyers from the non-existent Milwaukee Black Voters League offered some "warnings for election time," including the false claim that anyone who voted in a primary election could not vote again the general election.

"If anybody in your family has ever been found guilty of anything, you can't vote in the presidential election," the flyer read. "If you violate any of these laws, you can get 10 years in prison and your children will get taken away from you."

In Columbia, South Carolina, a letter on fake NAACP stationery claimed that anyone with an outstanding parking ticket or unpaid child support would be arrested, and said voters must bring two forms of photo identification, a recent credit check and a handwriting sample in order to cast their votes.

If there is no clear winner after polls close on Tuesday, NAACP Chairman Julian Bond said it would show "that the country which counts itself the greatest democracy in the world is incapable of holding an election in which most people believe votes are fairly cast and fairly counted, and that the country is incapable of restraining the racist impulses of people who are so desperate to prevail that they will break the law again and again and again."

 

schadenfreude

schadenfreude- On May 10,2000, Dictionary.com's "Word of the Day" was schadenfreude...which means,
>"schadenfreude \SHAHD-n-froy-duh\, noun:
A malicious satisfaction in the misfortunes of others.


Ironically, in a perverse "Groundhog Day movie" theme...the "word of the day" for ONE day in May, 2000, seems to have become the word of the whole four years of Bush's presidency from 2000-2004.

To use another German word..."zeitgheist", or "the spirit of the times"...
there has been a meanspiritedness, an evil spirit to the entire reign of King George the Cowardly. I've actually been keeping track of this schadenfreude term, and during the past four years, I have been hearing it pop up over and over in political discourse in the country.

You can hear it echo over and over in the rhetoric from the Whitehouse. Not the word mind you, but the spirit of it. Karl Rove, the Josef Goebbels of the Bush Reich,
Tom DeLay, one of the most visible of the bully boy henchmen, a sort of Himmler figure, and your friend and mine, "The Real Slim Cheney"...aka Adolf Eichmann.

I am sick and tired of the evil demeanor of what I have come to call..
"The Asses of Evil", aka "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse".

I have been sickened at the Nazi like atmosphere that has been spawned by the members of the Bush Reich and their evil toady minions.

From Patriot Act to the proposed Marriage Amendment, they are intolerable, prejudiced, effete, effeminate jerkoffs. They are for the rich and empowered, and for grinding the environment, the working man, the blacks, the hispanics, and every other racial and ethnic minority under their heels. It is no accident that Colin Powell has become alienated, almost an island unto himself in the administration, while Miss Kizzie, aka Condi Rice, continues to be the token house n*gger.

Total information awareness, the Patriot Act, and on and on , are efforts to strip the working man and woman of their rights, and to deliver this child called the American public, like a defenseless newborn babe, covered in blood, and screaming from the pain of four years of abuse, kicking and screaming into the filthy, clawed grip of the New World Order.

Vote the Bastards out...grind the schadenfreude out of our national vocabulary.

KERRY/BUSH 2004....PLEASE........VOTE TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!

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