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Saturday, February 11, 2006

Raging Bull(s)

Ladies and gentlemen,

Here, you are going to watch the last showdown between THE superpower, heavyweight champion bully boxer &THE light weighted infamous boxer; a boxer who had been ignored for years as a “champ” in the region. Although the superpower has almost won his last fight but, at a price. The superpower hasn’t recuperated it’s last fight. His last opponent had challenged the superpower in a big way.

In an uneven fight the superpower knocked his ass down for goods but, at a price; the bruises are still there illuminating.
The well known Sickurity C. (also known as Sick Authority) is going to judge the game. The light weighted boxer doesn’t believe in the fairness of the referee but whether the boxer has been fair to his “fans” has been called into question itself.

The Ringside physician is absent and only God knows what would happen if any of these two hurt.

There is a commotion among the spectators. They are calling names, throwing things to the “fans” of their opponent. When are the they going to learn how to behave decently? Nobody knows.

The lights turn on. You can see the rivals approaching the ring. They are being advised by THE seconds. (A person aside from the coach who gives a boxer assistance or advice between rounds.)

The superpower yells snobbishly challenging the other boxer with “I get ya in the ring, I'll give ya a fuckin' beatin', ya don fuck with me.I'm da boss, I'm da boss, I'm da boss, I'm da boss, I'm da boss... I'm da boss, I'm da boss, I'm da boss, I'm da boss, I'm da boss, I'm da boss.”
The superpower is ignoring the fact that the light weighted boxer knows some Rabbit Punches (An illegal punch to the back of the boxer¹s head or body usually kidneys in that case)
The light weighted boxer knows that this is a no-win situation but,” what the fuck when the spectators have paid the price.” THE light weighted boxer thinks to himself.


Blogger jarvenpa said...

Oh, I love "sick authority"; great phrase. I am so tired of hearing from the supposed leaders of my country that we must allow all sorts of evil deeds in the name of "security".

3:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the lightweight shouldn't have called on the superpower for a fight in the first place.

the lightweight also shouldn't brag about commiting genocide in the future with a nuclear weapon.

it would also be nice for the lightweight to stop brainwashing their people to hate.

10:56 AM  
Blogger Frank said...

When there is a BULLY around the corner,no matter if you are lightwieighted,middle weighted or heavy weighted you gotta fight with it.

Now look who is talking about braging?Who is talking about genocide?Open your eyes a bit and see how many uncivilians are killed in Iraq,all the terrorist acts are done by the heavy weight "champ" throughout the world.

Speaking about brainwashing,hahahahahahahahahahahahaha

who hates who?Why dont you see the things by a "cause and effect" approach?There are people I know who LOVE the PEOPLE of the superpower but HATE its government including myself.actually I hate the whole fucking governments of the world.

11:24 AM  
Blogger Dr O2 said...

well there is a slight chance of winning for the light boxer if he ducks the heavey punches thrown at him until the bells ring & reaches his goal ;-)

P.S: this was a very good one.

4:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In the USA the Government is the People. If you hate our govt. then you hate the people

the people in the US do not chant death to Iran.

if facists hate the Us then we must be doing something right.

the people in Iraq are free of a murderer. they have hope for better days. Millions of Iraqi's are thrilled to be rid of sadamm.

stop blaming others for the mess in Iran

you wanted the mullahs and you got em.

if Iran does insist on Nukes, there will be war.

careful what you wish for!

In Iran, Islamists attacked the British embassy with Molotov cocktails and also targeted the German embassy

The protesters, mostly religious seminary students, chanted "Death to Tony Blair", "Death to Britain" and Death to America" while throwing hundreds of stones at the embassy buildings, smashing many windows... "Insulting the Prophet disgusts us and nuclear energy gives us dignity," the crowd of about 200 people shouted. The West suspects Iran of trying to build nuclear weapons. Cheers erupted when a petrol bomb was thrown over the high wall surrounding the embassy compound in central Tehran. Several other petrol bombs struck the wall and the embassy's main gate. Scuffles broke out between the protesters and dozens of riot police trying to prevent the crowd from surging towards the embassy gates.
Stones and firecrackers were thrown at the nearby German embassy by a smaller crowd of protesters earlier on Tuesday. "Europe, Europe this is the last warning. Mohammad is the Prophet of compassion, America is the cause of all misery," the crowd of about 50 chanted outside the German embassy.

Death threats have been leveled at a Der Spiegel cartoonist over his satirical drawing of Iranian soccer players as suicide bombers; the cartoon, aimed at unprepared German security forces, contained no depiction of Mohammed

grow the fuck up!

5:20 PM  
Blogger Frank said...

something that most Americans are ignorant about is that these mullahs DONT represent the majority.I am sure that even in the US the government ISNT the people because,I have a couple of American penpals who DO hate GWB and his policies& the republican party.My AMERICAN pal is a democrat to the core;so when you can find an exception you CANT say that " In the USA the Government is the People" can you!
I myself disagree with all those who chant "Deat,Death,Death..."

If God forbid there happen a war everyone would be at risk,Iranian ,Americans and the whole world would undergo a crisis.

Look,this is part of my American email about Radical Christianityto me :

...you've heard of the film The Last Temptation of Christ, in which Jesus was portrayed as a homosexual? Theatres were burned for showing that film: yet another thing we have in common! Radical Christianity is a very ugly thing to witness, and that was the case long before Bush ever came along. If you've looked at the Southern Poverty Law Center web site I sent to you, you are more aware than most of what our own, home-grown Terrorists are capable of doing.

To combat what is going on in the world, the only real weapon we have is the one that was used so stupidly used recently: Freedom of Speech. I've included a column from Maureen Dowd that shows the real way to use this power, one that even Bush hasn't suppressed entirely. People are waking up: slowly, a little too late, but it is happening. Even the loud mouths and Thugs of which you speak can't seem to silence people completely.

How many alternatives are there?

1. The whole world destroys its nuclear warheads in order to reach "peace" everywhere.

A very optimistic view of the whole world especially when it comes to the big powers of the world (The US, England, France, Russia, China) which have 80% of the world’s nuclear warheads.

2. The whole Middle East region gets wiped out of the nuclear warheads including Israiel.In that case the big powers will dominate the world. Another optimistic view!

3. Iran is permitted to have a nuclear warhead which stimulates the other nations of the region to go nuke which again causes more turmoil in the region.

Hey,who dont we grow the fuck up together,ha?

5:29 AM  
Blogger Frank said...

I think people like youare brinwashed by the mass media without doing more search on the falasy or truth of what you see on your TV.to you "Seeing IS Believing." but IT ISNOT.

Wake up and smell the coffee.Those thugs you see on TV arent the people or at least represent the minorities..You only see the tip of an iceberg.

Speaking about the German cartoonist, Why the hell should a German newspaper represent Iranian soccer players as suicide bombers?

wouldnt you get annoyed if the same was done to American Baseball or basketball players?

5:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What passes for moderation in the Islamic community -- "I share your rage but don't torch that embassy" -- is nothing of the sort. It is simply a cynical way to endorse the goals of the mob without endorsing its means. It is fraudulent because, while pretending to uphold the principle of religious sensitivity, it is interested only in this instance of religious insensitivity.

Have any of these "moderates" ever protested the grotesque caricatures of Christians and, most especially, Jews that are broadcast throughout the Middle East on a daily basis? …

A true Muslim moderate is one who protests desecrations of all faiths. Those who don't are not moderates but hypocrites, opportunists and agents for the rioters, merely using different means to advance the same goal: to impose upon the West, with its traditions of freedom of speech, a set of taboos that is exclusive to the Islamic faith.

The mob is trying to dictate to Western newspapers, indeed Western governments, what is a legitimate subject for discussion and caricatureThe point is who decides what can be said and what can be drawn within the precincts of what we quaintly think of as the free world.

The mob has turned this into a test case for freedom of speech in the West. The German, French and Italian newspapers that republished these cartoons did so not to inform but to defy -- to declare that they will not be intimidated by the mob.

What is at issue is fear. The unspoken reason many newspapers do not want to republish is not sensitivity but simple fear. They know what happened to Theo van Gogh, who made a film about the Islamic treatment of women and got a knife through the chest with an Islamist manifesto attached.

The worldwide riots and burnings are instruments of intimidation, reminders of van Gogh's fate. The Islamic "moderates" are the mob's agents and interpreters, warning us not to do this again. And the Western "moderates" are their terrified collaborators who say: Don't worry, we won't. It's those Danes. We're clean. Spare us. Please.

10:59 AM  
Blogger Frank said...

To be perfectly frank,What is at issue is no FEAR but,sheer profit,interest& money.It sure talks,doesnt it?How?

Just imagine that if a high ranking religious jew was portraited in that Danish newspaper,would the west still defend the right of "freedom of speech" to publish the cartoons?would all the other European newspapers publish the same cartoon for the sake of freedom of speech?
Not only they didnt publish the cartoons but accuse THAT newspaper for having anti jew,racist views?didnt they? and the poor cartoonist would have ended in jail.

The west media which claim to be "independent" dont show the crimes of killing thousands and thousands of people in Iraq.Bush and Blair gave their people BIG LIES to accompany their people in the attack to Iraq.Dont get me wrong.
The stupid bastard Saddam has done a lot of crime to my people ,Remeber 8 years of war against Iran which was supported by the West including the US.

I think freedom of speech is a really good justification in order to exploit "third world countries."

PS:The same Danish newspaper hadnt published some cartoons of Jesus a while ago just because those companies whose ads are in the newspaper might get offended and in that case money wont be able to talk,will it?

12:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well, frank, go ahead and riot, chant death to the west, blame the state of Iran on someone else and live another 25 years under the rule of the mullahs, unless, of course, they start a nuclear war or continue to fund terrorism, then there will be war.

I wasn't aware Iran was a third world country, if it is, you have no one but yourselves to blame.

If war starts, I wonder if you'll accept that Iran/Islam holds the bulk of respsonsibility?

there were no lies, just today they released tapes of sadamm talking about his WMD's abd how he is hiding them.

you of all people should know he had WMD. he used them on Iranians.

jews, christians and Americans are cartooned in the arab world on a daily basis.....so it's hypocritical for you to take offense over a picture of a muslim with a bomb. you're not offended when a living muslim blows himself and innocent people up.

when was the last time an american, christian or jew rioted, burned down an embassy, or chopped off an innocent civilians head ?

but never mind the facts frank, keep hating Americans and Jews, keep blaming them for Iran's problems. It's worked out so well for you so far.

1:28 PM  
Blogger Frank said...

I think you missed all those points that were mentioned in my earlier comments.
Didnt I tell you that you only see the TIP of the iceberg?that those "BAD GUYS" you see on TV dont represent the whole majority of Iranians?even Irans TV hasnt shown NONE of the attacks to the foreighn embassies?WHY? if THOSE guys represented the whole Iranians why SHOULDNT they show us those attackers?

I DO believe that we are responsible for our future AND actions.The foreign policies of the US is one part of the triangle.Please be more realistic! if the those neocons in the White House want to continue ruling the world,they have to "exploit" other countries by any means by hook or by crook.

I am a human like you who hates war to the core.We have had it for 8 years and I am thoroughly familar with the consequences too.

Lets say Iran supports terrorism throughut the world.have you ever thought as why Fundamentalism has grown a lot in the Middle East?The wrong policies of the US is one part of the triangle too.

I put the phrase" third world country" in quotation marks which shows the author doesnt believe the term and thats a political term used by those "civilized" countries toward "under-developed countries."
By the way have you ever thought as WHO has given those WMD weapons to Saddam?

I hate all those asshole suicide bombers who think that they go straight to Paradise by killing the uncivilians as I hate when the Zionists kill the civilian palastinies.

Did you see those British soldiers (in Iraq) beating some kids in the street while calling names?

Once and for all,I repeat myself.
I do love Americans,the US but not the government.
One of my never coming true DREAMS has been visiting YOUR country especially NYC which I have always said is the heart of the world as Google is the heart of the Internet.

PS:The mullahs have been ruling for 27 years not 25 but, who is counting anyway?;)

3:25 PM  
Blogger Wulf said...

Frank, I agree with your note that most Americans do not understand the difference between the mullahs and their chanting followers, and the average Iranian.

That is also the reason why the average American sees Iranians and Muslims in general as terrorists, but we do not see extremist Christians as terrorists. I have no fear of extremist Christians attacking me physically (though I definitely fear the legislation they push at the local, state, and federal levels). When I see Iranians on TV, it is almost always a group who would like to visit violence on the average American.

Frankly, that image is a product of several things, incluing the media, but also including the fact that "moderates" or average people from the Middle East do not seem to make much effort at projecting a different image. Much like the average American, I guess. I love the democratizing affect of the internet, where people like you and I can discuss these issues so easily. This needs to happen at an ever larger scale, and we can overcome the image that the media and the governments try to shovel us about each other.

In the end, Anonymous is right in saying that Iran isn't behaving wisely in squaring off with the USA and Israel, unless the goal is war. I really hope there is no military conflict, because it is the average Iranian, not the firey imams, who will suffer needlessly.

1:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

are you seriously blaming terrorism on the US? why? because we support Israel?

it was russia, france and germany who gave the WMD to sadamm. many of these rockets were found buried in the desert.

Americans and the American govt do not want war with Iran.

I would love to visit Iran someday. but as an American I can not as long as your current govt is in power.

very sad.

I hope someday you visit the US, and yes, NYC is very nice, it's probably alot like Tehran!

3:19 PM  
Blogger Frank said...

for those dear Americans I recommend this article to get a feeling of how a lot of Iranians think:

Iranian beliefs and realities

by Clifford Kupchan


11:58 AM  

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