OPEC Stands Silent While Oil Prices Spark Food Riots In Neighboring Egypt

Despite being surrounded by petroleum-rich neighbors, Egypt is suffering the effects of record-high oil prices that have touched off deadly riots over the simplest of commodities: bread.

Since the beginning of April, at least 10 people have been stabbed to death while waiting in Cairo bread lines — others have died from exhaustion.

The crisis comes as the U.N.’s World Food Program appeals to member nations to contribute $750 million for aid to affected countries.

But as FOX News reported last week, internal documents from the WFP show a failure by OPEC nations to help out their Arab neighbor. Saudi Arabia, for instance, has committed to give zero dollars for 2008, while the United Arab Emirates has pledged just $50,000 — an amount several times less than impoverished nations like Bangladesh.

The United States leads all donors at more than a $1 billion.

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Sir SwinishCapitalist had a great idea for NASA, losing their videos of the Moon landing

Groom Lake, Nevada (part of Nellis Air Force Base)

Groom Lake, Nevada (where the Spooks, do Spooky things)

Area 51, Nevada (No one in America acknowledged this, until the THEN Soviets produced satellite pictures)

Area 51 (Nevada, U.S. Spook Base)

Recreate them, where a lot of the U.S. Governments “Spooky” things happen, fly and traverse. Perfect and most excellent suggestion, Swinish.

BTW, The only way anyone NOT authorized will get the inside of these buildings, is with a toe tag.

WASHINGTON — NASA officials are searching for the original videotapes from the first moon landing in 1969 in the hopes that they can use modern technology to produce sharper images of the event.

Here ya’ go NASA.

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One more for Angus Dei….LOL. Watch it all if you choose, even the credits at the end.

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Silk Pony…reminder and for those that missed it….

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Obama has a Silk Pony now…….Edwards to Endorse Obama

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Dogs-Cats-Rats…Courtesy a friend.

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OOPS!! Obama Goofs– Wants More Arabic Speakers in Afghanistan (Video)

Gateway Pundit




Barack Obama visited rural Cape Girardeau, Missouri yesterday.
During his speech he talked about the need for more Arabic speakers in Afghanistan.
Obama insisted:

“If they are all in Iraq, then its harder for us to use them in Afghanistan.”

The problem with this thinking is…
Afghans don’t speak Arabic. They speak Dari and Pashto.

Let us try this way, WordPress. Here I thought (bad to do) that YOU, WordPress accepted a YouTube Video <——————-VIDEO. Christ on a crutch, WordPress!


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It’s called the Global Poverty Act (S.2433), and it is being sponsored by none other than Senator Barack Obama.

The United States Senate may vote any day on the stealth imposition of what could amount to an $845 BILLION United Nations style global tax on American citizens?

It’s called the Global Poverty Act (S.2433), and it is being sponsored by none other than Senator Barack Obama.

According to some conservative sources, this disastrous legislation could eventually force U.S. taxpayers to fork over as much as 0.7 percent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product — or $845,000,000,000.00 — on welfare to third-world countries.

Here’s what Phyllis Schlafly, conservative activist and founder of Eagle Forum, recently wrote:

“Obama’s costly, dangerous and altogether bad bill (S. 2433), which could come up in the Senate any day, is called the Global Poverty Act. It would commit U.S. taxpayers to spend 0.7 percent of our Gross Domestic Product on foreign handouts…” [Emphasis Mine]

Time is of the essence because Senator Joe Biden, the Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee just issued a report on the Global Poverty Act and it was placed on the Senate Legislative Calendar on Thursday the 24th.

That means that time is of the essence as this potentially massive surrender of your hard-earned tax dollars to the third world may be close to a vote.

That’s why we must act now… BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!

Use the hyperlink below to send your urgent and personalized Blast Fax messages to President George W. Bush and each Member of the Republican Leadership of the United States Senate.

Let them know in no uncertain terms that you are watching and you will not tolerate massive United Nations style giveaways that are passed in the dark of night — or in broad daylight for that matter. Tell them that putting us on the road to give billions to petty tyrants and dictators is NOT a solution to poverty.

This bill can come up for a vote at any time. Demand that our conservative legislators do whatever it takes — a filibuster if necessary — to stop this bill dead in its tracks.

Article on Obama’s, Let’s Give all Of Our Money Away Bill

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Everything Falling Apart, Reports Institute For Somehow Managing To Hold It All Together

Clue as to what is in this article…Certainly worth the read.

“The country today faces a number of pressing issues, including potential economic collapse, the continued threat of global warming, and the decaying national infrastructure,” ISMHIAT chairman Kenneth Branowicz said during a press conference to announce the study’s findings. “And we just can’t keep it together anymore.”

“Furthermore, we just found out that my fucking hot water is being turned off,” Branowicz added.

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MSNBC’s Chrissy Matthews, needs medication and badly.

MSNBC Host Says Clinton is the ‘Al Sharpton of White People’

Breitbart/Red Lasso Video

I honestly have always thought, that Matthews looked like he was afflicted with Downs Syndrome. Now that’s good news for the individuals afflicted with Downs and wonderful that he found work, but come on, huh?

Obama is definitely inside the heads of the propagandists, that were at one time called, media.

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This is a quokka shit

More at Bolt’s.

Enough’s enough. This is fucking ridiculous.

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The POTUS holds his first online interview

Here’s a few notable grabs.


And I think history, when they look back, will say this is a fellow who knew how to make decisions, and made some tough ones, stood by them, wasn’t driven by the latest opinion poll, but was driven by some core principles from which he would not deviate.

On oil: …we haven’t built a new refinery since 1976, and if we’re truly interested in relieving the pressure on our consumers, then we ought to have a very active domestic policy now.

The truth of the matter is that in order for there to be a substantial change either consumers have to change their habits — which we’re encouraging through alternative tax of automobiles — or there has to be an increase of supply. And both of them have to go hand in hand in order to achieve less dependence on this very unsettled oil market.

On climate change: But what hasn’t changed is the realistic notion that new technologies are going to be the solution, and the fundamental question is how do you grow the economy at the same time, and at the same time encourage new technologies.

Yes, it is real, sure is. But the solutions — having said that, the solutions have got to be measured and realistic — you can’t have a solution to global warming unless China and India are part of any international pact.

I could have supported a lousy treaty and everybody would have went, “Oh, man, what a wonderful sounding fellow he is.” But it just wouldn’t have worked. I don’t think you want your President trying to be the cool guy and not end up with policies that actually make a difference.

On the WOT: The biggest issue we face is — it’s bigger than Iraq — it’s this ideological struggle against cold-blooded killers who will kill people to achieve their political objectives.

The United States pulling out of Iraq or pulling out of the Middle East or not maintaining a forward presence would send all kinds of signals throughout the Middle East. And it would shake everybody’s nerves, and it would embolden the very same people that we’re trying to defeat.

On WMDs: …I was disappointed to see how flawed our intelligence was.

… “mislead” means, do I think somebody lied to me? No, I don’t. I think it was just, you know, they analyzed the situation and came up with the wrong conclusion.

On why he quit golfing: I don’t want some mom whose son may have recently died to see the Commander-in-Chief playing golf. I feel I owe it to the families to be as — to be in solidarity as best as I can with them. And I think playing golf during a war just sends the wrong signal.

On congress: I would call them stalled. I would call them, so far, good at verbiage and not so good at results.

On Jimmy Carter who reckons the US would be popular if only they stopped torture: Yes, well, what he ought to be saying is, is that America doesn’t torture. If the implication there is that we do now, then he’s wrong. And you bet we’re going to protect ourselves by the use of military force. What he really is implying is — or some imply — you can be popular; if you want to be popular in the Middle East just go blame Israel for every problem. That will make you popular. Or if you want to be popular in Europe, say you’re going to join the International Criminal Court.

Popularity is fleeting… Principles are forever.


via Politico

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Absolutely Remarkable. Brilliant Work. Astounding City Skyline Artwork Created From Memory by Austistic Savant

Breitbart TV/CBS

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Clinton Wins West Virginia Primary by Decisive Margin

Don’t screw with West “By God” Virginia, Obama.

Hillary Clinton, declaring “this race isn’t over yet,” beat Barack Obama by a decisive margin in the West Virginia Democratic primary Tuesday.

Early returns indicated Clinton was beating Obama by better than 2-to-1. She is capturing almost every demographic group, and doing particularly well among the large group of white, working-class voters in the state.

West Virginia offers just 28 pledged delegates, and so Clinton’s victory Tuesday, which was widely expected, will have little impact on the overall trajectory of the race. Obama, leading Clinton by a wide margin in total delegates, has already started turning his campaign toward the general election.

But the Clinton win prolongs the race and fuels the New York senator’s argument that she is able to carry groups that will be important to Democrats in November.

“We know from the Bible that faith can move mountains, and my friends, the faith of the Mountain State has moved me,” Clinton said at her primary rally in Charleston, W. Va. “I am more determined than ever to carry on this campaign until everyone has had a chance to make their voices heard … This continues to be a hard-fought race from one end of our country to the other.”

West Virginia returns showed Clinton with 65 percent and Obama with 27 percent, with 64 percent of precincts reporting.

Cheers of “It’s not over! It’s not over!” broke out at Clinton’s state headquarters in Charleston after the race was called.

Clinton campaign chairman Terry McAuliffe told FOX News before polls closed that he doesn’t see it as inevitable that Obama will become the Democratic nominee.

“Hillary Clinton is in this to the end, she’ll win this nomination,” he said in the evening, before introducing Clinton to a raucous audience.

Exit polls highlighted the demographic divide between the coalitions of Clinton and Obama, but with little diversity in the state, Clinton also scored well among Obama’s traditional support groups.

Among her typical backers — white voters, women, seniors and non-college educated, Clinton polled above 65 percent in each group.

Obama campaigned lightly in West Virginia and repeatedly said Clinton would probably win both that state and Kentucky, which holds its primary next Tuesday.

“There is no question that Senator Clinton is going to win by huge margins in the upcoming primaries in West Virginia today and Kentucky next week,” the campaign said in a memo Tuesday.

It reminded voters that Obama won neighboring Virginia by double digits in February and that the Illinois senator has racked up nearly as many superdelegates in the past week as there are pledged delegates at stake in West Virginia.

As Clinton and her supporters gathered in Charleston Tuesday, Obama spoke at an economic town hall meeting in Missouri, without mentioning Clinton once during his prepared remarks. He mentioned President Bush eight times and John McCain five times.

“This is our moment to turn the page on the divisions and distractions that pass for politics in Washington,” Obama said.

Obama’s decision to spend Tuesday night in Missouri reflects the shift in focus the campaign has made toward November since one week ago, when he won the North Carolina primary by double digits and held Clinton to a narrow victory in Indiana.

Obama is now looking to Oregon, which votes May 20 along with Kentucky, to nudge him toward the finish line. Polls show him ahead in Oregon, and he campaigned there over the weekend.

Obama began Tuesday with 1,875.5 delegates, to 1,697 for Clinton. It takes 2,025 to win. Clinton had picked up 16 of the 28 delegates in West Virginia, compared to seven for Obama, with five outstanding.

Since his North Carolina win, nearly 30 superdelegates — party officials and insiders who are not obligated by election results to support any candidate — have swung to Obama.

Clinton took criticism last week for defending her presence in the race by raising her ability to attract white voters, during an interview with USA Today.

*But according to exit polls, one in five voters said race was an important factor in their decision.

McAuliffe said the final days of the Democratic race, though, are not about race. He said they are mostly about the economy and the Iraq war. Indeed, a majority of West Virginia voters surveyed in exit polls said the economy was the top issue.

* Who made it so, Obama? Your slick both sides of the net, campaign did…..Stick to tennis, young man…You are NOT Presidential material. Condi Rice is. Colin Powell is. You aren’t!.

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Where Angels Don’t Fear to Tread: Mohammed’s Back

No way I could credit every blogger through the circuitous route I took to find these:

Angels Tread on Mohammed

Angels tread on Mohammed.

Mohammed and Koran in the Dirt

Mohammed, with his dick in the dirt, clinging to his Unholy Koran.

What is this fantasmagorical work of art? It’s a Church pulpit from the 17th century in Dendermonde, which was made shortly after The Battle of Vienna.

The pix first appeared on this blog over two years ago, but now, of course, The Religion of Hatred, Violence and Death – that would be Islam – has discovered it, and all of the hell that is Islam is properly breaking loose.

Guess what? Now, the historic pulpit requires police protection.

Let me reiterate: Islam is evil, Mohammed was no prophet, and Allah is not God. Any religion that is an enemy of Israel is an enemy of God. It’s exactly that simple. Allah is a mask Satan hides behind, and five times every day, Moslems bend the knee to Baal.

This was widely understood in the seventeenth century. Now, in The Age of Endarkenment, this knowledge has ben mostly lost. Pity. Shame.

Thanks to Brian Ledbetter and too many others to credit.

Perth, Australia………Microsoft Live Earth


Click on 2D, for clear map…This is set to 3D and there is an annoying as hell…friggin’ Microsoft message. I’d love to smudge, Bill Gates glasses. Of course NOW that I’ve typed that, it is a 2D view. Gates, you prick!.

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