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  1. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Hutaree video 80’s techno tunes

    Hutaree video-poker face music

    Young Turks on Dobson stepping down

    ***Alfie note: I have edited this comment in the same vein I try to follow with other embeds. The link titles indicate what you’ll see upon clicking.

  2. I think I’ll steal that one, Alfie.

  3. Alfie says:

    bvilleyellowdog….I find it very odd you claim this to be an anti Muslim post and that I am a bigot.
    from your blog
    Now if you want to see bigory see Alfie’s new anti-Muslim post. True colorshere
    You didn’t even have the moxie to give me a heads up.
    The mocumentary is far more truthful than the drivel I’ve allowed you to post. Hutaree are real symbols of Christianity? Well that would come as quite a shock to most of the worlds Christians. That’s all you got though. Oh wait….in a recession a Bible thumping wallet padder is losing money and the young progressive set loves it.Got news for ya. Plenty of Christians have zero problem with Dobsen and any of the other media evangelists going the way of the dodo. There’s the cherry on the sundae….yeah a Christian that believes in dodo’s.

  4. Alfie says:

    I’ve added the search widget to the side bar. It’ll take some work on your part (your being those seeking out my Muslim bigotry) but if you type in Dhimmi you will get a lead to my series Dhimmi?Dummy?Thinker! A series I have taken a very open mind on and much criticism.

  5. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Hutaree terrorists are not a symbol of Christianity any a more than Al Queda is a symbol of Muslims… Exactly parallel. Most killed by Al Queda are Muslims. We are peripheral to them.
    The US needs to be HELPING and SUPPORTING the 99% of the world’s Muslims who are peaceful. The right wing does not get that. Instead we help out Al Queda. Bin Laden could never have done nearly so will without Bush and his fellow fear mongers.

  6. Alfie says:

    Al Qaeda isn’t the only Islamist movement,in fact when it comes to killing innocents they’re rather small potatoes.
    Also I must point out that you need to spit out that jizz that is Bush helped AQ unless you mean by going after them and causing AQ body counts to go up it has aided in the AQ recruitment rolls.
    Reagan helped the Afghan mujahadeen which the OBL AQ tried to infiltrate. We took pains to assure we didn’t support them.
    Sadly we overlooked what the Taliban turned into but to some degree we tried to fix that.

  7. Tex Taylor says:

    Perhaps the Yellow Poodle can explain if Hamas, a duly elected government is not representative of Muslim too.

    This one is also for Huck, though not with the same intent of mocking the village idiot’s assistance from Bartlesville.

    http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/meast/06/02/israel.palestinians.aid/

    Perhaps you can see why I believe the “humanitarian effort” is bogus.

  8. bvilleyellowdog says:

    btw Dodson is a lot more than a money grubber. That would be Roberts.

    He is a hateful bigot and advocate of child abuse.

  9. Tex Taylor says:

    But what of Jeremiah Wright Jr., Yellow Poodle of ill repute? Where’s your condemnation and outrage for stealing from the poor and building in the burbs? Crickets…

    What of the forked tongued Speaker of the House. She, who suddenly discovered “The Word Made Flesh”. Where the charges of deception and falsehood. Crickets…

  10. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “Perhaps the Yellow Poodle can explain if Hamas, a duly elected government is not representative of Muslim too.”

    While that is certainly true to some extent, the election of Hamas is not that black and white. There are factors like Fatah’s corruption of government, the social movement of Hamas that gains them supporters, and other factors that also aided in the outcome of that election. And since the coup by Hamas against the PNA in Gaza, I am not sure how much I would consider Hamas to be a representative government. They are ruling Gaza with an iron fist and are extremely oppressive in many areas like free press, for example.

    I have made my position on the alleged humanitarian floatilla in other threads, so I am not going to get into it here.

  11. He is a hateful bigot and advocate of child abuse.

    Really? And your proof would be…?

  12. Tex Taylor says:

    Oral and Richard Roberts I am very familiar with, being I live almost beside them and have for years. They had many faults, including self-absorption, narcissism and unadulterated greed. Pandering TV Evangelists no doubt.

    However, being that Oral Roberts one of the most diversified campuses on the planet with an emphasis towards missions, with a large portion of their student body from across the globe, including Africa, bigotry would not be one of their faults.

    This is another of the Village Idiot’s Assistant’s unfounded, baseless and depraved charges. And it tickles me, Yellow Poodle thinks ORU representative of mainstream Christianity. Just when I think he can’t get any dumber, he does.

  13. Elric66 says:

    “Hutaree terrorists are not a symbol of Christianity any a more than Al Queda is a symbol of Muslims… Exactly parallel.”

    You are more retarded than I gave you credit for. Was Mo-bomb-ed the “prophet” of islam a symbol of muslims? I know you wont answer because you are too much a coward. To answer it you would either admit the truth that he was or lie really lamely. You man enough to answer?

  14. Elric66 says:

    “There are factors like Fatah’s corruption of government.”

    So? Fatah has killed more Israelis in jihadist operations than Hamas. Pretty telling that the choices for the Palis were either jihadists or jihadists. You would think peace loving Palis could have cobbled together an alternative. Opppsss I said peace loving Palis……..

  15. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    Elric, I am not sure you got the point I was making with that comment.

    Fatah has a lot of corruption in its government that Hamas, for all of its numerous faults, does not seem to have. That resonated with some Palestinian voters more than its Islamist ideas did.

  16. Elric66 says:

    “That resonated with some Palestinian voters more than its Islamist ideas did.”

    Ive heard that excuse before. Never bought it. Until they start forming groups that truly want peace, I will never buy it. Voting for the less corrupt jihadist group that wants Israel destroyed doesnt cut it.

  17. Alfie says:

    Well it is true. I heard a great report about some Palestinian workers who were getting the total shaft for working on Israeli projects. They were getting the shaft from Hamas/Fatah types. (I assume the latter more since it was West Bank). The construction workers were really angry but where were they going to get?

  18. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “Ive heard that excuse before. Never bought it.”

    I research guerrilla movements and have interviewed Catholic Palestinians who claimed to have voted for Hamas because they believed it to be less corrupt than Fatah.

    You can choose to buy that fact or ignore it. But it is a fact.

  19. Elric66 says:

    Good for them. Guess expecting them to form a party that could be a partner for peace is asking to much of the barbarians.

  20. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    And I guess expecting you to admit when you are wrong is equally futile.

  21. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “Guess expecting them to form a party that could be a partner for peace is asking to much of the barbarians.”

    They did. It’s called Third Way.

    “A group of respected Palestinian leaders and intellectuals has formed an independent list to run in January’s elections for the Palestinian Legislative Council. The new “party” presents a potential challenge to the two major forces of political life here: Fatah, the ruling Palestinian faction, and Hamas, the Islamic Resistance Movement.
    ….
    The founders of the independent list see themselves as offering a political “third way” to Palestinians disillusioned with the current options.”

    Further supporting my original claim….

    “Secular-nationalist Fatah is perceived by many Palestinians as rife with corruption and infighting. Until now, the next most viable political option has been Hamas, which has been promoting itself as a clean-hands, no-nonsense party.”

    …and refuting your recent one…

    “But many of those frustrated with Fatah don’t necessarily support Hamas’s continued use of suicide bombings and rocket attacks on Israelis – nor its plans to Islamicize Palestinian society. That’s the voter the new party hopes to attract.”

    You also might find this fact to be interesting to your perception of Palestinian political parties…

    “The new group is not being called a party, she says, because there is no law yet governing the creation of Palestinian political parties.”

    You can hardly fault them for not creating a political party with a particular agenda when they aren’t allowed to create political parties.

    Read the entire article. It will give you an interesting and alternative perspective from wherever you get your information on this topic.

    Or as Sarah Palin says….”Shhhh, you might learn something.”

  22. Elric66 says:

    The old say goes, the Palis never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity. They will with this one as well. But nice to know you bend over backwards to defend them. We know why though.

  23. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    I bend over backward to defend the truth. Why do you find that to be a problem? Do you have issues with the truth?

  24. Elric66 says:

    I have issues with someone who defends a people who as a whole have embraced a culture of jihad and death. Hitler has some decent attributes but I sure as hell not going to defend the evil bastard on anything. When the savages danced on 9-11 and handed out candy, they lost any sympathy I would ever have for them. Screw ’em. Hope they rot in Gaza.

  25. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    I don’t expose the truth to defend anything other than the truth.

    Yes. Many, many Palestinians have completely embraced a culture of violence and jihad. That is the truth. Notice how I have no problems stating it. I even put it in bold.

    But I have already shown you where your blanket statement that includes “as a whole” is false. It is not the truth.

    So ignore the truth because of think it a defense if you want. I prefer to know what I am talking about.

  26. Elric66 says:

    Your right, I should feel sorry for them because a small minority want real peace. My bad. Illl remember that the next time the savages name a kids camp after a shaheed or when I see another one of their vile children show pushing kids into jihad.

  27. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “Your right, I should feel sorry for them because a small minority want real peace.”

    I am not right, because that is not what I said.

    I don’t want you to pity them. I only want you to know the truth. I do my part by giving it to you. What you do with it after that does not concern me.

  28. Elric66 says:

    And you are so concerned about sharing the “truth” about the Palis because…….

  29. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    To be perfectly honest…

    Because the situation over there is screwed up enough without adding inaccuacies into the mix. It makes it more difficult to find solutions when we misrepresent problems.

    Plus I am tired of seeing my countrymen show their ignorance to the world as they speak on things of which they little. We won’t have credibility on this issue until we start showing that we do actually know WTF we are talking about.

  30. Elric66 says:

    How about the Palis show some credibilty. Like not naming kid camps after dead jihadists. Or stop chanting “Death to America”. Or their allies stop storming Israeli embassies and targeting Jews in Europe. Until they do, they can rot in hell.

    Plus the fact that their biggest non muslim supporters are marxists and that every other friggin country sides with them but we must show “balance’. Screw that. Sorry if I dont want to show “credibility” to those assholes.

  31. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    Like I said, I just give you the facts. I don’t care what you do with them.

    My original point has long since been made and proven. See you in another thread.

  32. Elric66 says:

    If you say so.

  33. Elric66 says:

    Palis are defined by their supporters…..Get it?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSAxAj2KIdU&feature=player_embedded

  34. Elric66 says:

    Someone mentioned truth. The real truth about the “poor” Palis.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXhcmQmOuds&feature=player_embedded

  35. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    It’s the truth about some of them, not all of them. As usual, you fail to make that distinction.

    But since you are already on record as stating that you hope they all rot, we know not to expect the full truth or a shred of objectivity from you on the topic. You aren’t interested in stating the truth any more than you are interested in hearing the truth.

    You have zero credibility on this. Good thing you don’t want any.

  36. Elric66 says:

    The jihadists and marxist must love you, going to bat for the Palis like this.

    Thought you were finished. Guess you have no credibility. 🙂

  37. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    I was finished until you called me out about speaking the truth. Seems you have a real issue with that concept where this topic is concerned. Strange for someone who claims to be so concerned with post-9/11 knowledge of things like this.

    Where have I gone to bat for anyone? I wrote that many many Palestinians are exactly what you say they are. I don’t think they would see that as a defense of them, do you? If so, then please allow me to defend you if you have any future legal troubles.

    You are completely incapable of debate without misrepresentation of what someone does, thinks, or says. And that is why you have no credibility.

    And now I am done giving you any more of it by engaging you in this nonsense. Enjoy your unchallenged inaccuracies while you pretend that there is anyone here who takes you seriously.

  38. Elric66 says:

    Helen Thomas loves you.

  39. Elric66 says:

    So “truth seeker”, what do you think?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obUhOcTSD1I

  40. Elric66 says:

    Salafi Jihadi Sheikh Hussein Bin Mahmud: Gaza Does Not Want Freedom Flotillas with Blonde Women – It Wants Black Islamic Banners of Jihad; Hitler Left Some Jews Alive So the World Could See Why He Killed the Rest; ‘Gaza… Is Thirsty and Wants to Drink the Blood of the Sons of Apes and Pigs’

    On May 31, 2010, a member of the Al-Falluja jihadist web forum posted an essay about the Gaza flotilla events by Sheikh Hussein bin Mahmud, a pseudonymous cleric who is well respected in the online global jihadist community.

    Generally speaking, the jihadist forums have not focused much attention on the flotilla issue. Salafi jihadis are generally hostile to both the Turkish and Hamas governments, and are disdainful of Western public opinion and diplomatic activity. Thus, Sheikh Hussein mocks the idea of the flotilla, calling it a hopeless “suicide mission” that will do nothing to end the siege on Gaza; he ridicules Turkey’s response to the events, saying that it should have declared jihad to liberate Palestine, or at least carried out naval attacks in retribution; and argues that what Gaza really needs is weaponry and commanders like Osama bin Laden and Abu Mus’ab Al-Zarqawi. He concludes his essay by saying that the battle must begin with a fight against the armies of Israel’s Arab neighbors, who are preventing the mujahideen from entering Palestine to fight the Jews.

    Following are excerpts from Hussein bin Mahmud’s essay:

    http://www.memri.org/report/en/0/0/0/0/0/0/4272.htm

    The Palis sure attract the most vile allies. And thats the TRUTH.

  41. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “The Palis sure attract the most vile allies. And thats the TRUTH.”

    Is it?

    Senior US officials in Washington on Wednesday promised ongoing military support for secular Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas amid his power struggle with Islamist Hamas as part of an $84 million aid package largely aimed at improving the fighting ability of an elite corps of loyalists from his Fatah Party.

    Israel, too, is making overtures to Mr. Abbas, reported the Israeli newspaper Haaretz on Wednesday, allowing light arms to flow to members of his Presidential Guard and saying that it would allow some of the US training of his forces to take place in the West Bank.”

  42. Elric66 says:

    Helen Thomas loves you HF. So does Ron Paul. 🙂

  43. Elric66 says:

    Iran Says Its Revolutionary Guards Will Provide Military Escorts to Ships Attempting to Break Gaza Blockade…

    http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/LDE655077.htm

    The Palis have the nicest allies.

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