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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Fri Feb 10, 2012 5:13 pm

Young Chap Gets His Face Blown Off In Syria...!!!



Pretty Gruesome. He Died The Next Day...!!!

This Kind Of Warfare Clearly Defies The Rules Of Combat...!!!


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Post  Hagbard Celine on Mon Feb 13, 2012 10:31 am

This is fake. I've had the misfortune to have to deal with real people with injuries like this and I can assure you that this boy would be either killed instantly or lying in Intensive Care in a critical condition. He wouldn't be sitting on a doctor's couch casually swinging his legs Rolling Eyes .

I have a feeling that Syria is being lined up for another engineered "popular uprising". Crying or Very sad
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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:16 am

Hagbard Celine wrote:This is fake. I've had the misfortune to have to deal with real people with injuries like this and I can assure you that this boy would be either killed instantly or lying in Intensive Care in a critical condition. He wouldn't be sitting on a doctor's couch casually swinging his legs Rolling Eyes .

I have a feeling that Syria is being lined up for another engineered "popular uprising". Crying or Very sad

There Is No Intensive Care...

This Is A Field (Makeshift) Hospital Set Up In An Appartment In Homs, Syria...

Unfortunatley It's Not Fake,

Yes It's An Horrific Injury,

But It Hasn't Destroyed Any Immediate Vital Organs,

The Boy Was Called Hamza Bakour And He Did Die From The Injuries...




The Other Chap In The Video Is Khaled Abou Saleh.


Khaled Abu Salah, human rights activist, has shown a number of children with broken bodies to the world today.
Dead children are shocking, however, children with essential parts of their bodies blown away but they are still alive have to speak to all of us.
Maybe people need to stop talking and start listening.


http://supportkurds.org/news/sunday-5-february-2012/

There Is A Video Of Hamza Bakour On Facebook Post-Op...

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=207138859383572

Video of the martyr Hamza Bakor while in the operating room and try to save his life
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Post  daddlepoms on Mon Feb 13, 2012 2:48 pm

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Post  daddlepoms on Mon Feb 13, 2012 2:54 pm

la ru & Idun as well as cheal are going down harder than a two bit hooker for a mouth warming snack
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Post  Ciggy on Tue Feb 14, 2012 6:47 pm

I saw a motorcycle accident like that once. Similarly to the boy in the video, he died about a day later.
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Post  daddlepoms on Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:41 pm

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Post  Hagbard Celine on Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:13 am

McKallisti Of The Sods wrote: There Is No Intensive Care...

This Is A Field (Makeshift) Hospital Set Up In An Appartment In Homs, Syria...

Unfortunatley It's Not Fake,

Yes It's An Horrific Injury,

But It Hasn't Destroyed Any Immediate Vital Organs,
I disagree; this looks highly suspicious. We could be looking at another version of the "Get Gaddafi!" propaganda that devastated Lybia. Rather like the German Army putting babies on their bayonets in 1914 and Saddam throwing babaies out of non-existant incubators. Mad
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Post  mugglez on Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:44 am

War IS hell, anyone who has actually been in combat wants to avoid it if at all possible.......R.I.P to all the oppressed Syrians.......



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Post  Hagbard Celine on Sun Feb 19, 2012 12:51 am

le sabrage wrote:War IS hell, anyone who has actually been in combat wants to avoid it if at all possible
They might also want to avoid what's even worse: Having to clear up the mess left by combat and not getting your arse kissed by the media and public for it! Evil or Very Mad Wink

BTW, here's more fakery: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGgPFilHeKY We're being fooled into bombing the women and children of Syria, ladies and gentlemen. Wake up!
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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Sun Feb 19, 2012 3:17 am

Hagbard Celine wrote:
le sabrage wrote:War IS hell, anyone who has actually been in combat wants to avoid it if at all possible
They might also want to avoid what's even worse: Having to clear up the mess left by combat and not getting your arse kissed by the media and public for it! Evil or Very Mad Wink

BTW, here's more fakery: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGgPFilHeKY We're being fooled into bombing the women and children of Syria, ladies and gentlemen. Wake up!

The regime’s policy of murdering peaceful protesters

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2011/05/10/syrias-war-crimes-put-bashar-al-assad-on-trial.html




We Are Not Bombing Syria, Assad Is Doing It Quite Well Without Our Assistance...

The Bloke Is A War Criminal And Should Be Treated Accordingly...!!!


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Post  Hagbard Celine on Tue Feb 21, 2012 11:59 am

McKallisti Of The Sods wrote:
We Are Not Bombing Syria, Assad Is Doing It Quite Well Without Our Assistance...

The Bloke Is A War Criminal And Should Be Treated Accordingly...!!!
And has Assad only just started doing that? When did the CIA put him in power I wonder. What oil company executive has he pissed off? Wink
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Post  Ciggy on Tue Feb 21, 2012 2:51 pm

Hagbard Celine wrote:
McKallisti Of The Sods wrote:
We Are Not Bombing Syria, Assad Is Doing It Quite Well Without Our Assistance...

The Bloke Is A War Criminal And Should Be Treated Accordingly...!!!
And has Assad only just started doing that? When did the CIA put him in power I wonder. What oil company executive has he pissed off? Wink

He needn't piss off the oil companies. He's probably just in the way, as they would like to run a pipeline from Iraq through Syria to a Mediterranean port, for quick and easy shipment to Europe.

If BP isn't manufacturing this crisis, they should.
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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:00 pm

Hagbard Celine wrote:
McKallisti Of The Sods wrote:
We Are Not Bombing Syria, Assad Is Doing It Quite Well Without Our Assistance...

The Bloke Is A War Criminal And Should Be Treated Accordingly...!!!
And has Assad only just started doing that? When did the CIA put him in power I wonder. What oil company executive has he pissed off? Wink

I Think He Is More Of A KGB Asset Than A CIA Asset...

Syria has been Moscow's top ally in the Middle East since Soviet times, when it was led by the incumbent's father, Hafez Assad.
The Kremlin saw it as a bulwark for countering U.S. influence in the region and heavily armed Syria against Israel.

While Russia's relations with Israel have improved greatly since the Soviet collapse, ties with Damascus helped Russia retain its clout as a member of the Quartet of international mediators trying to negotiate peace between Israel and the Palestinians.

After Bashar Assad succeeded his father in 2000, Russia sought to boost ties by agreeing to annul 73 percent of Syria's Soviet-era debt.
In the mid-2000s, Putin said Russia would re-establish its place in the Mideast via "the Syria route."

Syria's port of Tartus is now the only naval base Russia has outside the former Soviet Union.
A Russian navy squadron made a call there this month in what was seen by many as a show of support for Assad.

For decades, Syria has been a major customer for the Russian arms industries, buying billions of dollars' worth of combat jets, missiles, tanks and other heavy weapons.
And unlike some other nations, such as Venezuela, which obtained Russian weapons on Kremlin loans, Assad's regime paid cash.

http://washingtonexaminer.com/news/world/2012/01/russia-backs-assad-last-friend-arab-world/171087

From 2006...



Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2006 file photo Vladimir Putin, then Russian President, right, and his Syrian counterpart Bashar Assad smile as they shake hands in Moscow's Kremlin. Russia defied international efforts to end a crackdown on civilians by Assad regime, shielding it from the United Nations sanctions and providing it with weapons.

Russian naval base

Tartus hosts a Soviet-era naval supply and maintenance base, under a 1971 agreement with Syria, which is still staffed by Russian naval personnel.
The base was established during the Cold War to support the Soviet Navy fleet in the Mediterranean Sea.
During the 1970s, similar support points were located in Egypt and Latakia, Syria.
In 1977, the Egyptian support bases at Alexandria and Mersa Matruh were evacuated and the ships and property were transferred to Tartus, where the naval support base was transformed into the 229th Naval and Estuary Vessel Support Division.
Seven years later, the Tartus support point was upgraded to the 720th Logistics Support Point.

In 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed and its Mediterranean fleet, the 5th Mediterranean Squadron which was composed of ships from the Northern Fleet and the Black Sea Fleet, ceased its existence.
Since then, there have been occasional expeditions by Russian Navy vessels and submarines to the Mediterranean Sea.
The naval logistics support base in Syria is now part of the Black Sea Fleet.
It consists of three floating docks of which one is operational, a floating workshop, storage facilities, barracks and other facilities.

Since Russia forgave Syria of three quarters, or $9.6 billion, of its $13.4 billion Soviet-era debt and became its main arms supplier in 2006, Russia and Syria have conducted talks about allowing Russia to develop and enlarge its naval base, so that Russia can strengthen its naval presence in the Mediterranean.
Amid Russia's deteriorating relations with the West, because of the 2008 South Ossetia War‎ and plans to deploy a US missile defense shield in Poland, President Assad agreed to the port’s conversion into a permanent Middle East base for Russia’s nuclear-armed warships.
Since 2009, Russia has been renovating the Tartus naval base and dredging the port to allow access for its larger naval vessels.

On September 8, 2008, ten Russian warships docked in Tartus.
According to Lebanese-Syrian commentator Joseph Farah, the flotilla which moved to Tartus consisted of the Moskva cruiser and four nuclear missile submarines.
Two weeks later, Russian Navy spokesman Igor Dygalo said the nuclear-powered battlecruiser Peter The Great, accompanied by three other ships, sailed from the Northern Fleet's base of Severomorsk.
The ships would cover about 15,000 nautical miles (28,000 km) to conduct joint maneuvers with the Venezuelan navy.
Dygalo refused to comment on reports in the daily Izvestia claiming that the ships were to make a stopover in the Syrian port of Tartus on their way to Venezuela.
Russian officials said the Soviet-era base there was being renovated to serve as a foothold for a permanent Russian navy presence in the Mediterranean.

In 2009, RIA Novosti reported that the base would be made fully operational to support anti-piracy operations.
It would also support a Russian naval presence in the Mediterranean as a base for "guided-missile cruisers and even aircraft carriers".
In late November 2011, Pravda and Reuters announced that a naval flotilla led by the aircraft carrier Kuznetsov was on its way to the naval base in Tartus as a show of support for the al-Assad regime


http://www.kommersant.com/p793357/overseas_military_bases_navy/

Syrian authorities have called the visit of a Russian naval task force to the port of Tartus a “show of solidarity with the Syrian people,” the official SANA news agency reported.
A Russian task force, led by the Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier, arrived in Tartus on Sunday to replenish water and food supplies during a long-term training mission in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean.
“We highly respect Russia’s honorable stance in support of the Syrian people,” SANA cited Governor of Tartus Atef al-Naddaf as saying.
Russia maintains a Soviet-era naval maintenance site near Tartus as its only military foothold in the Mediterranean.
Moscow is planning to modernize the facility to accommodate large warships, including missile cruisers and even aircraft carriers after 2012.

http://en.rian.ru/russia/20120109/170675862.html


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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Wed Feb 22, 2012 7:23 am

Western journalists killed by Al-Assad's militias in Baba Amr in Homs city in Syria 22.02.2012



Syria: Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin 'killed in Homs'

Marie Colvin, a Sunday Times journalist, and a French photographer have been killed in the besieged Syrian city of Homs after the house where they were staying was shelled.




Colvin, an American reporter for the British newspaper, and photographer Remi Ochlik both died in the attack, the French government said.

Shells hit the house in which the two veteran war correspondents were staying, then they were killed by a rocket as they tried to make their escape, activists told Reuters.

Colvin, known for wearing a black eye patch after she lost an eye due to a shrapnel wound while working in Sri Lanka in 2001, was the only journalist from a British newspaper in Homs.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/9097762/Syria-Sunday-Times-journalist-Marie-Colvin-killed-in-Homs.html

Marie Colvin last report




Marie Colvin experienced war alongside those who suffered in war

The Guardian, Wed 22 Feb 2012 12.43 GMT


Marie Colvin, who has been killed in the Syrian city of Homs during an artillery attack, had a knack of getting to places where other journalists had not been, getting there first and staying when others had long gone.
Colleagues would arrive in conflict zones to find Colvin already in situ, usually hunched over her laptop or talking urgently into her mobile phone to one of her sources from her vast contacts book.
When Muammar Gaddafi's regime issued visas to journalist to visit Tripoli last year, she was in the first party; secured the first print interview with the Libyan leader, whom she had interviewed perhaps more times than any other journalist working for a British newspaper.
Colvin, who won a slew of awards for her foreign reporting, died after the house she was staying in Homs was hit by a number of rockets that also killed the French photographer Remi Ochlik, and injured photographer Paul Conroy, another US journalist and seven activists.
She was apparently trying to escape when she was fatally injured.
When colleagues were discussing last week whether it was possible to reach the centre of the Syrian city, it was in the knowledge that Colvin was already there and trying to go further.
Perhaps the finest correspondent of her generation working in the British media, she married a fierce passion for her work with remarkable courage and persistence.
Above all, she wanted to tell the stories of the victims of war.
And if Colvin was not already there, then she had just left.
Two years ago I found myself arriving on a US forward operating base during the battle of Kandahar to be informed by a smug and controlling American colonel that he had just tossed her off the base.
Her crime – in his view – was that she had done her job, reporting what was happening.
In that sense she was an equal with Martha Gelhorn, another US journalist who relocated to the UK, and whom Colvin admired, who suffered neither fools nor authority gladly.
From the Balkans to the second intifada, Iraq and Afghanistan and more recently the Arab spring, Colvin was an almost permanent presence.
In recent years she sported a black eyepatch which became necessary after she lost an eye in a mortar attack in Sri Lanka.
News of her death came on the day that many who knew her were gathered in Beirut for the funeral and memorial service for the New York Times's Anthony Shadid who died in Syria last week after collapsing.
Among those who spoke to Colvin in her last few days was Peter Boukaert of Human Rights Watch, who also moderates a message board for foreign correspondents and aid workers.
"Just yesterday, after she filed her news story, one of the first things Marie Colvin did was get in touch to tell me just how horrible the situation was in Homs …
She was one of the most fearless and dedicated reporters I have ever met in my 14 years covering war, and someone I looked up to as a hero and an inspiration.
"For Marie, covering war wasn't about doing a few quick interviews and writing up a quick story: she experienced war alongside those who suffered in war, and her writings had a particular vividness because of what she had dared to see and experience.
"But despite everything she had seen and experienced, first and foremost she remained a wonderful human being, and it always put a smile on my face to run into her in one of the world's rough spots.
"She contacted me yesterday not because she wanted to boast about reaching Homs, but because she wanted to reach out to people she thought could make a difference to the people of Homs."
One of the last things she posted was a message to a friend that tragically prefigured her death.
"I think reports of my survival may be exaggerated," she wrote.
"In Baba Amr. Sickening, cannot understand how the world can stand by and I should be hardened by now."
News of her death was greeted by an outpouring of tributes and appreciations by the many colleagues who had worked with her, including the BBC Middle East editor, Paul Danahar.
"Imagine a real life Katharine Hepburn heroine but braver and funnier," he said.
"Marie Colvin was everywhere I was in Libya, only she always got there first."
Her former editor at the Sunday Times, Andrew Neil, described her as "brave, magnificent and tenacious".
Rupert Murdoch described Colvin as "one of the most outstanding foreign correspondents of her generation", while John Witherow, the current Sunday Times's editor, said: "Marie was an extraordinary figure in the life of the Sunday Times, driven by a passion to cover wars in the belief that what she did mattered.
"She believed profoundly that reporting could curtail the excesses of brutal regimes and make the international community take notice.
Above all, as we saw in her powerful report last weekend, her thoughts were with the victims of violence.
"Throughout her long career she took risks to fulfil this goal, including being badly injured in Sri Lanka.
Nothing seemed to deter her.
But she was much more than a war reporter.
She was a woman with a tremendous joie de vivre, full of humour and mischief and surrounded by a large circle of friends, all of whom feared the consequences of her bravery."
Her last report for the newspaper was a typical testimony to her courageous and humane reporting describing the terrible casualties from shell-fire in Homs.
"They call it the widows basement," she wrote from a field hospital in the city.
"Crammed amid makeshift beds and scattered belongings are frightened women and children trapped in the horror of Homs."
The day before her death she described watching a baby die in front of her to the BBC and CNN.
Two years ago, speaking at a ceremony to honour journalists who had been killed doing their job, Colvin asked the question many will be asking today – over the terrible cost of reporting conflict.
"Craters.
Burned houses.
Mutilated bodies.
Women weeping for children and husbands.
Men for their wives, mothers, children.
Our mission is to report these horrors of war with accuracy and without prejudice.
"We always have to ask ourselves whether the level of risk is worth the story.
What is bravery, and what is bravado?
Journalists covering combat shoulder great responsibilities and face difficult choices.
"Sometimes they pay the ultimate price."

http://m.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/feb/22/marie-colvin-war-correspondent-tributes?cat=world&type=article

Funny Thing I Was Watching Her On The Late Night News Last Night,
Ans She Reminded Me Of War From Terry Pratchettes Good Omens...




War
aka Scarlett, aka Carmine "Red" Zuigiber


And when he had opened the second seal, I heard the second beast say, Come and see. And there went out another horse that was red: and power was given to him that sat thereon to take peace from the earth, and that they should kill one another: and there was given unto him a great sword.

-- Revelations 6:3-4, King James edition


In the Good Omens universe, War isn't a man, but a woman, who calls herself Scarlett or Carmine Zuigiber .
"Her hair was true auburn, neither ginger nor brown, but deep and burnished copper-color, and it fell to her waist in tresses that men would kill for, and indeed often had.
Her eyes were a startling orange.
She looked twenty-five, and always had".
She has an air of danger about her: her voice sounds like "something that lurks in the long grass, visible only by the twitching of its ears, until something young and tender wobbles by", her laugh is like "machine-gun stutter", and though she's described as beautiful, it's "the way a forest fire was beautiful: something to be admired from a distance, not up close".

That air of danger never warns off anyone quite in time "People were always fighting, over her, and around her,"
War thinks, early in the book.
"It was rather sweet, really".
When we first see her, as Scarlett, she's selling arms capable of turning "a minor civil war [...] into a major civil war".
As Carmine Zuigiber, she's "the most successful war correspondent in the world," who goes "where the wars weren't. She'd already been where the wars were"


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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Wed Feb 22, 2012 7:29 am

Syrian forces had pledged to kill 'any journalist who set foot on Syrian soil'

Syrian forces murdered journalist Marie Colvin after pledging to kill "any journalist who set foot on Syrian soil", it has emerged.

Now communication between Syrian Army officers intercepted by Lebanese intelligence staff has revealed that direct orders were issued to target the makeshift press centre in which Colvin had been broadcasting.

If journalists were successfully killed, then the Syrians were told to make out that they had died accidentally in firefights with terrorist groups, the radio traffic revealed.

Just before she died, Colvin had appeared on numerous international broadcast networks including the BBC and CNN to accuse Syrian dictator Bashar Al-Assad's forces of â murder'.

Jean-Pierre Perin, a journalist for the Paris-based Liberation newspaper who was with Colvin in Homs last week, claimed they had been told that the Syrian Army was "deliberately" going to shell their centre.


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/9098511/Marie-Colvin-killed-Syrian-forces-had-pledged-to-kill-any-journalist-who-set-foot-on-Syrian-soil.html


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Post  Ciggy on Wed Feb 22, 2012 7:33 am

"Journalist" is CIA's favourite front identity.
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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Wed Feb 22, 2012 7:57 am

Ciggy wrote:"Journalist" is CIA's favourite front identity.



She Would Hardly Pass For Covert Or Clandestine...!!!

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Post  Ciggy on Thu Feb 23, 2012 8:36 am

McKallisti Of The Sods wrote:
Ciggy wrote:"Journalist" is CIA's favourite front identity.



She Would Hardly Pass For Covert Or Clandestine...!!!

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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Thu Feb 23, 2012 5:52 pm

Well According To The Geneva Convention...



International Humanitarian Law - Treaties & Documents

Convention (II) for the Amelioration of the Condition of Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked Members of Armed Forces at Sea. Geneva, 12 August 1949.

Art 3. In the case of armed conflict not of an international character occurring in the territory of one of the High Contracting Parties, each Party to the conflict shall be bound to apply, as a minimum, the following
provisions:

(1) Persons taking no active part in the hostilities, including members of armed forces who have laid down their arms and those placed hors de combat by sickness, wounds, detention, or any other cause, shall in all circumstances be treated humanely, without any adverse distinction founded on race, colour, religion or faith, sex, birth or wealth, or any other similar criteria.
To this end, the following acts are and shall remain prohibited at any time and in any place whatsoever with respect to the above-mentioned persons:
(a) violence to life and person, in particular murder of all kinds, mutilation, cruel treatment and torture;
(b) taking of hostages;
(c) outrages upon personal dignity, in particular, humiliating and degrading treatment;
(d) the passing of sentences and the carrying out of executions without previous judgement pronounced by a regularly constituted court, affording all the judicial guarantees which are recognized as indispensable by civilized peoples.

(2) The wounded, sick and shipwrecked shall be collected and cared for.
An impartial humanitarian body, such as the International Committee of the Red Cross, may offer its services to the Parties to the conflict.

http://www.icrc.org/ihl.nsf/full/370?opendocument


That Makes Assad A War Criminal In My Book...

You Have To Make Rules Of Warfare Or You Are No Better Than A Mass Murderer...

Yes Those Rules Can Be A Bit Tenous...Mai Lai, Hiroshima Know What I Mean...!!!!




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Even The Most Iconic Anti War Vietnam Stuff....



Kim Phuc and her family were residents of the village of Trang Bang, South Vietnam.
On June 8, 1972, South Vietnamese planes dropped a napalm bomb on Trang Bang, which had been attacked and occupied by North Vietnamese forces.


Could Not Be Seen As A Breach Of The Geneva Convention,

Because They Were Not Deliberatley Napalming A Hospital...

Although The Effect May Have Been The Same...

The Intent Wasn't...!!!

No Wander The Veterans Are Fucked Up...!!!


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Post  Everybody, Loves Sod..!!! on Thu Feb 23, 2012 6:29 pm

Of Course The Irony Of The One Eye Symbolism, Will Not Have Been Lost On Anyone...!!!





And With The Sun On Sunday Doing A Relaunch...

Rupert Murdoch Must Be Creaming In His Reptillian Jockstrap...!!!!

(Or Whatever The Reptillians Use To Support Their Genetillia These Days...Comfort Pants I Presume...???)


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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Thu Feb 23, 2012 10:50 pm

Would You Have The Govt Killing Your Town...!!!

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