Monday, October 31, 2005

So long guys

I'll miss ya.
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Saturday, October 29, 2005

Right vs Left

Friday, October 28, 2005

Galloway GIVEN 18m barrels of oil



Not long now George and we will have you doing cake deals and bread deals and licklesplit deals.

Lets see you wriggle out of this snake-oil.
Independent Online Edition > World Politics: "Galloway given 18m barrels of oil from Saddam, claims independent US report"

Wi Huata loses bid for home detention


24.10.05
By Jon Stokes

Convicted fraudster Wi Huata has begun a two-year sentence after being denied home detention.

However, 44-year-old Huata, husband of former Act MP Donna Awatere Huata, who is also behind bars after being convicted of fraud, could soon be out on bail after instructing his lawyer to appeal his conviction.

Last month the pair were found guilty of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from the Government-funded Pipi Foundation, which Awatere Huata set up in 1999 to help under-privileged Maori children in literacy and social skills.

Ha...justice is served and the bully-boy gets his dish...cold.

Wi Huata loses bid for home detention - 24 Oct 2005 - National News

Saturday, October 22, 2005

UN drops the ball...again



THE United Nations withheld some of the most damaging allegations against Syria in its report on the murder of Rafik Hariri, the former Lebanese Prime Minister, it emerged yesterday.

The names of the brother of Bashar al-Assad, President of Syria, and other members of his inner circle, were dropped from the report that was sent to the Security Council.

The confidential changes were revealed by an extraordinary computer gaffe because an electronic version distributed by UN officials on Thursday night allowed recipients to track editing changes.

UN office doctored report on murder of Hariri - World - Times Online

And why are we allowing the UN to continue on it's merry way again
and again.

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Friday, October 21, 2005

Kidnapped Irish journalist freed

Wow freed in 36 hrs. Lesse as far as capturing and releasing terrorist apologist's goes if George Galloway was to be kidnapped he would be freed in 36....minutes!

A REPORTER for the Guardian newspaper who was kidnapped while covering the trial of Saddam Hussein was freed unharmed last night, 36 hours after he was snatched in Baghdad.

Rory Carroll, 33, told his parents, Jo and Kate, of his freedom in a telephone call to their home in Dublin.

Later, speaking from the office of Ahmed Chalabi, the Iraqi deputy prime minister, the Irish journalist told the Guardian: "I'm absolutely fine, both physically and psychologically. I've been well treated, apart from a bit of initial roughness when they first took me."

Scotsman.com News - UK - Kidnapped Irish journalist freed: "Kidnapped Irish journalist freed "

Thursday, October 13, 2005

Person of the Year the US Soldier

Monday, October 10, 2005

Bounty hunter wanted


Prime Minister John Howard warned Australia would feel a "deep and lasting anger" if Indonesia allowed Abu Bakar Bashir another reduction in his 30-month jail term.

Bashir, the spiritual leader of terror group Jemaah Islamiah, could get an automatic remission early next month, as part of commemorations for the holiday which marks the end of Ramadan.

JI is believed to be responsible for the latest Bali bombings which killed 22 people including four Australians.

Australia will again protest to Indonesia about the possible remission after telling Indonesia in August that it objected to the four-and-a-half month cut to Bashir's two and a half year jail sentence.