Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

"Newspapers Retract 'Climategate' Claims, but Damage Still Done" Should I rename the 'Bloggers For Exxon' to the 'Bloggers For BP'?

The disgusting American media doesn't like Oliver Stone making fun of them, and proves his point in their lying attacks on him.

Speaking of the American media, one of the 'Russian spies' rounded up by the Americans was a real journalist (no scare quotes) who committed the unheard of crime of writing accurately about South and Central America.

The increasingly past-his-expiry-date Premier of Ontario helped out his pal Steve by issuing a secret unconstitutional regulation giving police the power to search and arrest anyone within five meters of the G20 barrier. I still believe that it should be a serious crime for legislators to bring into effect any law that is obviously unconstitutional. Bonus years in jail for secret laws.

The latest attempt at making the Mossad look slightly less incompetent:
"Official and unofficial spy aficionados are still puzzled over why Israel would ruin its previously friendly relationship with authorities in a key Gulf emirate, and blow the identities of so many undercover operatives, just to eliminate an obscure Hamas operative. One theory gaining support among intelligence experts is that Mossad's intent was to drug and kidnap Mabhouh, and then try to use him in a trade for Gilad Shalit, an Israeli soldier held hostage in Gaza by Hamas. But the Israelis, according to this theory, may have overdosed their target on knockout drops."
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