Thursday, February 24, 2011
Friday, February 18, 2011
America's double standard : At Clinton Speech - Veteran Bloodied, Bruised and Arrested for Standing Silently
Hillary Clinton trumpets concern for free speech in China, Australia, Iran and other countries whilst trampling on it and failing to endorse it in the United States of America where she is Secretary of State. Photo: the peaceful Veteran brutalized by "law enforcement" arms of the State.
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
alireza1989 | February 14, 2011 - BBC's unbiased coverage of the events in Iran on 14th february, and an interesting call from a witness of the protests in Tehran on 14th february. One wonders with all these 'reliable' news they get from their 'reliable' eye-witnesses, is there any dispute over the validity of what they show on their channel.
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Ada yang tidak setuju dengan PM kita itu, dan telah disenaraikan persamaan-nya cuba anda lihat.
Persamaan diantara Malaysia & Mesir.
Persamaan diantara Malaysia & Mesir.
February 12, 2011 - Licensed by their puppet masters, Shah of Iran, Saddam Hussein, Ben Ali, Hosni Mubarak, Omar Suleiman are not only allowed but imposed on their people.
Omar Suleiman should be taken to court to face a trial of "crime against humanity", why are all these democratic countries, MSMs,International power brokers and local war lords want him to be the president. Why, Why, Why? Scared that more than Omar Suleiman will be exposed and subsequently drag into the courts.
Mubarak had step down and power was handed over to the Military. Both Mubarak and Suleiman are from Egyptians Top Military Brass fraternity. Chances are both Mubarak & Omar Suleiman will still have a say in governing the Egypt.
Thursday, February 10, 2011
RussiaToday | February 10, 2011 - U.S. politicians don't often hold back when it comes to their views of the world, but it seems they haven't always checked their facts. And as RT's Gayane Chichakyan reports it's the American people who are becoming the butt of the joke.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Saturday, February 5, 2011
The phrase "bunga bunga" has become inextricably linked with the private life of Italy's Silvio Berlusconi, and for those who have puzzled over its origins an intriguing new explanation of its meaning has been offered.
The comical-sounding phrase made its first appearance back in October, when 17-year-old Moroccan belly dancer Karima El Mahroug - who calls herself Ruby - said she had attended "bunga bunga" parties with other women at Mr Berlusconi's villa in Milan.
Italian newspapers immediately scrambled to find out its origins.
The finger of blame was initially laid upon Mr Berlusconi's friend Col Muammar Gaddafi, with allegations of parties hosted by the Libyan leader involving "harems" of young Western women.
Then stories circulated claiming the phrase owed its origins to a bawdy joke, which Mr Berlusconi's detractors claimed was one of his favourites.
Then this week Sabina Began, German actress and friend of the Italian prime minister, told Sky Italia that she herself was bunga bunga.
"'Bunga bunga' is simply my nickname," the 36-year-old said.
BBC News | 5 February 2011 - read full report
Friday, February 4, 2011
Malawi row over whether new law bans farting
04 February 11 09:51 GMT
Two of Malawi's most senior judicial officials are arguing over whether a new bill includes a provision that outlaws breaking wind in public.
Justice Minister George Chaponda says the new bill would criminalise flatulence to promote "public decency".
"Just go to the toilet when you feel like farting," he told local radio.
However, he was directly contradicted by Solicitor General Anthony Kamanga, who says the reference to "fouling the air" means pollution.
"How any reasonable or sensible person can construe the provision to criminalising farting in public is beyond me," he said, adding that the prohibition contained in the new law has been in place since 1929.
The Local Courts Bill, to be introduced next week reads: "Any person who vitiates the atmosphere in any place so as to make it noxious to the public to the health of persons in general dwelling or carrying on business in the neighbourhood or passing along a public way shall be guilty of a misdemeanour."
Mr Chaponda, a trained lawyer, insists that this includes farting.
"Would you be happy to see people farting anyhow?" he asked on the popular "Straight Talk" programme on Malawi's Capital Radio.
He said that local chiefs would deal with any offenders.
When asked whether it could be enforced, he said it would be similar to laws banning urinating in public.
From BBC 4 February 2011