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Friday, June 22, 2012

Islamic Savagery - Public Whipping of Women




Teenager lashed 100 times in Timbuktu for having child out of wedlock

An 18-year-old pregnant woman and her boyfriend were both lashed 100 times by Islamists in Timbuktu in Mali as punishment for "having a child out of wedlock".


The sentence was carried out on the orders of Ansar Dine, a militant Muslim organisation that has seized territory in the desert north of the West African country.
"People were watching it was like a show," said Mohamed Ould Babby, a local official.
"I was there, I saw the youths arriving at the square, I saw them being whipped, it is the first time I have seen something like that." The woman, who was three months pregnant, has another child with her partner but the couple is not married.
According to Ansar Dine's strict interpretation of Islamic laws, that means the pair have committed the crime of "fornication", which is punishable with 100 lashes.
An Islamic police official in the town said six other women who had had children outside of marriage would soon be "punished by Islamic law”.
People living in Timbuktu, the ancient city in Mali's southern Sahara desert, have reported that the Islamists have ordered women to wear full veils, whipped smokers and destroyed shopkeepers' stocks of cigarettes.
Ansar Dine took control of northern Mali, with help from Tuareg rebels, when army officers mutinied in the capital, Bamako, and ousted the democratically-elected government.
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    1. Cutting off funding to the DOJ and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, Explosives, and Drones is the way to go. They won't even be missed.

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  3. The digital revolution is about 20 to 25 years latter than expected (but this country has always had tunnel vision - no more.) The communications revolution will bring these kinds of behaviors to an abrupt end - in the historical time frame, but certainly not fast enough to save we don't yet know how many lives. People can not and will not live under such circumstances when the media images broadcast every minute of every day the contours of "a better life."

    But the damn devil is in the damn details, more than ever. You and others here have a visceral dislike of Obama. I see him in more of the David Maraniss light (which I agree was sympathetic, if not explicitly insightful, and strikes me as more accurate than the beady-eyed Marxist intent on destroying western civilization) but, that doesn't immunize him against criticism as a political professional, and it doesn't excuse amateur hour in the DoJ courtesy of Holder. Games like the one he was apparently part of, if they were being run to destabilize cartel control of local Mexican governments as per the earlier suggestion, are too vulnerable to the inspired side deals that apparently took this one down. The last words you want to hear on border patrol are: Smile you're on Candide Camera Gringo.

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  4. Neither George Bush nor Barack Obama are to my taste. Of the two, Bush did more damage. Next on deck is Romney and I have no enthusiasm for him. I am beginning to think I dislike presidents, kings and knaves.

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    1. Aww, you don't gotta lump us poor ol' knaves in with presidents, and kings, do ya?

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    2. No argument there. But likely some disagreement on how this country got to where it is today - the first decade of the new century being brutal.

      Here I will pretty much remain quiet as I have no insight, supplemental to what has already been opined by the analysts, but the one thing I reject, in its totality, is that the current state represents a failure of progressive thought/ideology and/or a resurgence of conservative thought/ideology (whatever that is in the post-Buckley world.)

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      This has less to do with FDR and the rise of the welfare state than it does with a failure of political leadership. From what I read between the lines, the "national dialogue" has begun in earnest. Washingtonians have picked up on the subtext, knaves and fools alike.

      I predict some will discover they're not as smart as they think, especially those predicting the demise of this country.

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    3. For thousands of generations one’s life was identical to the life of their parents and grandparents, and their children’s and grandchildren’s life would be the same as theirs.

      When i was a boy in the fifties, there were 2-3 billion people and most of the world still suffered from the aftermath of WWII. Now we have 6-7 billion and have everything from post colonialism to huge changes in medicine farming and technology. The changes are enormous and have been continuous.

      Before WWII we hardly had an army and rapidly after WWII we dismantled the US war machine. By the time of the Korean war the US military was a shadow of its former self.

      On my troop train to Biloxi Mississippi from Houston we stopped and changed trains in New Orleans. You had two sets of benches, two bathrooms and two sets of water fountains fro whites and colored.

      Shortly after that Bull Connors shocked the nation. Kennedy was shot and the Cold War kicked into high gear. All of this had an effect on society and politics.

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    4. It was a Powerful shock. However, I think you and Max would agree, "it wasn't a Fatal shock."

      The "Conservatives" railed against the Warren Court, and their "Social Engineering," and the "Great Silent Majority" silently, and greatly agreed.

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  5. …and my choice is:

    There are some big guns: If the House holds Holder in contempt, it can send its sergeant-at-arms to arrest him and hold him until his contempt is purged.

    How great would be that?

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    1. The pubs had better be careful, and not overplay this hand. They push it too far, and they risk turning Holder into a "sympathetic character."

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  7. For instance, the odds seems to be a little better than two to one that the lawsuit by the Republican Attorney Generals will succeed in the Supreme Court. But, how will that affect the election?

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    1. My gut feeling is that the Pubs will suffer a serious backlash. I could be wrong.

      We'll see.

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  8. Romney has another interesting problem; he wants to go into swing states like Florida, Virgina, and Ohio, and talk about how the economy is "bad, and getting worse."

    However, those states have Republican Governors that want to talk about how much "Better" things are getting under their watch.

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  9. This came to a head the other day when the Romney campaign contacted the Governor of Florida, and asked (told) him to "tone down the happy talk."

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  10. Here that poor woman is being whipped half to death and all you people can do is talk about your damned political likes and dislikes, your theories of history and how things were, and your sacred opinions.

    You all need to be whipped yourselves!

    And I was accused of wandering off topic.....

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    1. And, your gut feelings.

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    2. .

      It is an all too frequent example, mostly evidenced throughout the ME and Africa, where religion is allowed to not only voice its opposition to the law but in fact to dictate the law.

      Caning, pedophilia, execution by fundamentalists have all been condemned here before. And while you took the time to call out the bar on this subject, the only other opinion you offered was that the "poor women was being whipped half to death", something that is evident to anyone looking at the picture.

      Don't be shy, bobbo. Give us something even if it's only your gut feeling.

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    Thank God they weren't on bath salts.

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  12. If his mouth is moving, or his ghost writer is writing, the son of a bitch is lying -

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    Lie No. 6: Obama claimed the father of his Indonesian stepfather was killed by Dutch soldiers while fighting for Indonesian independence, when in fact the story turns out to be "a concocted myth in almost all respects," Maraniss found.

    Lie No. 7: Obama claimed his parents decided to marry in the excitement of the Selma civil-rights march of 1965 — and that he personally has "a claim on Selma" — when in fact they were married several years earlier.


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      As an English major, surely you can recognize poetic license.


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      With friends like Moraniss, who needs enemies?


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  13. Not even Quirk gives the poor woman a passing glance. It must be the Detroit influence. Nothing to be expected from those in a city of brotherly love, and Ruf's too concerned about his gut to even notice. And Maxine - not even a mention of a suffering sister.


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  14. From now until the cleat on the tip of the whip eats flesh from my bare white ass I will feel no sympathy

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  15. .

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  16. Put your pants on, Bobbo; please.

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    1. That "bare white ass" of yours is Not a pretty thing.

      Before Breakfast, no less.

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    Why Maxine uses convoluted spaghetti speech to hide her true meanings.

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    1. There is no black cat in this room.

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      Gee, I'd like to read the article but the American Thinker is on the Index Librorum Prohibitorum EBus.


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    3. You can't handle the truth.

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    4. Indeed, need to be shielded from it.

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    5. And would faint dead away if someone opened The Prohibited Books Store right squat in your neighborhood.

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    6. What you don't know won't liberate you.

      Think about that.

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    And Enablers.



    This was the dedicated crew that was after your guns?

    Christ.

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