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(Washington Post)   Man gets six month prison term for insulting the fat, goat loving pedophile King of Bahrain   ( divider line
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2012-11-04 09:57:28 AM  

WelldeadLink: fat, goat loving pedophile

Hey, he's a big kidder.

I was going to add my $0.02, but you just won the thread.

//I'll just show myself out.
2012-11-04 10:00:16 AM  
fat...goat loving...pedophile
2012-11-04 10:15:53 AM  

bmihura: Speaking of morons in charge:

* Italy recently sentenced seismologists to six years in prison for failing to predict an earthquake. Luckily they were publicly shamed into dropping the charges.
* The United States government is going even deeper into debt, yet people still keep electing the same morons. People have yet to be shamed into fixing it.

Meh, we're gonna be cutting our spending by another 20% and our deficit has fallen every year since 2009. And the world keeps loaning money to the US at a rate low enough that the US actually makes money on it, after inflation. It's like maxing out your student loans to play the stock market.

/knows several people who did this, and made out like bandits
//government should borrow as much money as idiots are willing to hand them, while T-bill rates are so dang low
2012-11-04 10:46:21 AM  
Subby: I lolled.
2012-11-04 10:51:37 AM  
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Not surprised.
2012-11-04 11:49:26 AM  
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2012-11-04 11:55:19 AM  
Is the King of Bahrain the guy whose daughters suck off donkeys in exchange for meth? If so, I think my cat got a rim job from him once.
2012-11-04 12:28:39 PM  
2012-11-04 12:36:24 PM  
Major kudos to phrawg

and ...

I'd be careful about the slandering of that goat loving pedophile 1%'r king of a patch of dead sand and all the abused servant girls in it ... if I were you ... the current administration supports Blasphemy Laws administered by the United Nations and that means you, Subby.


The Obama Administration helped the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) push through their resolution condemning the stereotyping, negative profiling and stigmatization of people based on religion. Team Obama led the way for the resolution to pass through the General Assembly back in December 2011. CNS News reported:

The U.N. General Assembly on Monday adopted a resolution condemning the stereotyping, negative profiling and stigmatization of people based on their religion, and urging countries to take effective steps "to address and combat such incidents."

No member state called for a recorded vote on the text, which was as a result adopted "by consensus."

The resolution, an initiative of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), is based on one passed by the U.N.'s Human Rights Council in Geneva last spring. The State Department last week hosted a meeting to discuss ways of "implementing" it.

Every year since 1999 the OIC has steered through the U.N.'s human rights apparatus a resolution condemning the "defamation of religion," which for the bloc of 56 Muslim states covered incidents ranging from satirizing Mohammed in a newspaper cartoon to criticism of shari'a and post-9/11 security check profiling.

Critics regard the measure as an attempt to outlaw valid and critical scrutiny of Islamic teachings, as some OIC states do through controversial blasphemy laws at home.

Strongly opposed by mostly Western democracies, the divisive "defamation" resolution received a dwindling number of votes each year, with the margin of success falling from 57 votes in 2007 to 19 in 2009 and just 12 last year.

This year's text was a departure, in that it dropped the "defamation" language and included a paragraph that reaffirms "the positive role that the exercise of the right to freedom of opinion and expression and the full respect for the freedom to seek, receive and impart information can play in strengthening democracy and combating religious intolerance."

The nod to freedom of expression won the resolution the support of the U.S. and other democracies, with the Obama administration and others hailing it as a breakthrough after years of acrimonious debate.

US Muslim groups welcomed the U.N. resolution condemning religious intolerance.
The American Muslim Perspective reported:

Leading American Muslim civil advocacy groups have welcomed passage of a United Nations resolution that condemns the stereotyping, negative profiling and stigmatization of people based on their religion, and urging countries to take effective steps "to address and combat such incidents."

The resolution also expressed concern about growing incitement to religious hatred worldwide.

The resolution - sponsored by the 57-nation Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and adopted with participation of the United States and the European Union - was adopted by consensus of the 193 members of the United Nations.

The resolution declares that "discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief constitutes a violation of human rights." It also expressed concern about the incitement to religious hatred and the failure of some states "to combat this burgeoning trend."

The resolution calls on states "to take effective measures to ensure that public functionaries in the conduct of their public duties do not discriminate against an individual on the basis of religion or belief."

Governments also are expected to make "a strong effort to counter religious profiling, which is understood to be the invidious use of religion as a criterion in conducting questionings, searches and other law enforcement investigative procedures."

I did as you commanded my King ...

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2012-11-04 01:08:27 PM  
People get their feeling hurt too easily.
2012-11-04 01:25:19 PM  
Hey! King of Bahrain:

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2012-11-04 02:34:55 PM  
I've enjoyed this thread. And God bless America.

/wipes away tear.
2012-11-04 03:00:17 PM  
"goat loving, pedophile" or "pedophile goat lover"?????

Either way, he loves kids!
2012-11-04 04:59:51 PM  
Ask anyone who knew me, the Emir of Bahrain sued me....
2012-11-04 05:47:26 PM  
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You son of a mother-less goat.
2012-11-04 07:03:36 PM  

phrawgh: Want to find out who really rules over you? Find out who you can't criticize.
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/if you do nothing wrong, you have nothing to worry about

Well the first thing you have done wrong and should be punished for is quote misattribution.

As per wikiquote: Link

Also stated as "If you want to know where the power lies" and "who is really in charge".
Few versions of the quote appear online before 2012. Appears to be a gloss of a statement by Kevin Strom, an American Neo-Nazi activist. Self-attributed here in a passage doubting the veracity of the Holocaust: By the way, may I remind you that in some nations of the West, it is actually illegal to doubt Jewish lies like these and one can be fined and imprisoned for doing so. That brings to mind the maxim that I stated several years ago: If you want to know the identity of the real rulers of your society, merely ask yourself this question: Who is it that I am not permitted to criticize? - National Vanguard, "Jewish Truth (and Jewish Jokes)", 1/6/2011
2012-11-04 10:18:46 PM  
Why would anyone insult such a vital US ally who believes in freedom and democracy?
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