Monday 24 September 2012

Must read: The ILLITERATE Pacifist who has become the face of violent radicalism, through the Internet.


Must read: The ILLITERATE Pacifist who has become the face of violent radicalism, through the Internet. The Tragic Story of 'Islamic Rage Boy', a citizen of India's disputed Kashmir region, who's terrible life contrasts the power of his angry meme!

below: an example of the defamation he faces... (He lives in India, a Hindu country)!

A tragic mishandling of a tormented pacifist?

Saturday 22 September 2012

Netherlands Tragedy: Girl invites friends to party, they invite friends... invite friends... invite friends... it doesn't end well, Sheepies!


So a girl invites her friends her her birthday on Facebook... and lets them invite friends... and they do, as do those they invite...

tens of thousands land up being invited, 3 000 come...

When they can't party they riot, and loot shops...

The Netherlands, Ladies and Gentlemen!

Real life 'Project X' party video: Police disperse 3,000-strong Facebook event in Netherlands

Friday 21 September 2012

Paris Hilton apologises to 'the gay community'!


Paris Hilton

Tells gay friend she disapproves of promiscuous immoral gays, 'many of which have HIV/Aids'

Apologises for insulting gays... says she only meant some gays, not her fans ...

Oddly enough, about 1 in 5 homosexual men in USA have HIV / AIDS... 48% in some ethnicities... If Paris really cared about gays she might have clairifed things...

... Paris Hilton... against those specific promiscuous gays... who aren't her fans...

I wonder if Medical authorities will apologise next?

fyi : Homosexuality and South African Law

Saturday 15 September 2012

Using cover of Arab world flaring violence: South African government cracks down on mining unrest!


The South African government has promised the full wrath of the law upon any who gather illegally, armed or for causing illegal strikes or rioting and intimidation. While the state has denied that it is in a state of emergency, technically a formal procedure allowing the government to ignore parts of the bill of rights, bringing the South African Defence Force into play has not been ruled out. Backed by socialists and the Communist leaning Julius Malema, who has called for mine nationalization, workers have started walking to other mines than their own. They recently threatened to burn down a mine shaft if unaffiliated workers did not leave it and join them. Management of that mine say that 5 workers'representatives informed them that if they did not close the mine they would be slaughtered. As the unrest spreads, President Zuma, his political nemesis Mothlante, and ANC allied union NUM, have all called for the snuffling out of these armed protests.

Police, in response, have deployed helicopters, to tail protesters, have dropped flash-bang grenades upon illegal gatherings, and have used police to chase and arrest those who partake in these gatherings. Protest leaders have demanded protesters 'report' to strike on Saturday. Another mine has declared it will be inoperative until Sunday.

Update: In a showdown on Saturday, Police, with utilization of Nyala armoured vehicles dispersed about 100 protesters, and disarmed 12. Lonmin has doubled their offer, as the Labour court has cleared them to fire any workers of the striking protesters, that they so choose.

The Lonmin Marikana incident continues to escalate. Following earlier murders committed by protester affiliated individuals, with 7 deaths of NUM leaders, and 2 deaths of policemen, 2 of security guards, and 34 of rioting, armed to the teeth miners, perhaps the rest of the world has decided to look away. Those who charged police and shot at police as recorded by ENCA,after having been given Muthi ('medicine') to make them invincible by a Sangoma or Witchdoctor, (Sunday Times Reporting) have recently expanded their efforts. With the blessing of Former ANC Youth League President Julius Malema, who was ousted after calling for the violent over-throw of Botswana for it's harbouring of a USA base, the protesters have started marching to other non-Lonmin mines to shut them down. The Chamber of Mines claims that the R 12,500 miners are demanding after tax, would mean they would need to pay them R 20 000 a month each.That is more than most people with a University Education are paid. It would also likely lead to country-wide unrest.

Malema also recently addressed a hall-full of suspended SANDF soldiers, who attacked the government in a riot some time ago, and in a separate incident, Marikana miners have alleged that while in jail, State Security Agency (formerly the NIA and foreign intelligence) members tortured them for information on Julius 'Juju' (Magic) Malema.

The Intelligence Services removed former President Thabo Mbeki from office, in favour of Jacob Zuma, by allowing Zuma access to private conversations of the former president during his official duties. This, with the support of the Zuma king-makers lead to Thabo Mbeki quitting under threat of impeachment. Julius Malema played a part in that ousting of Mbeki. Those same extreme left wing king-makers, have begun threatening to have Jacob Zuma ousted at the ANC conference, in messages reminiscent of what Mbeki faced.

Many Zuma opponents are calling for the state to requisition the banks, farmland, and mines. This is in accordance with a prima facie communist provision of the ANC founding Freedom Charter.

ANC Executive promise to hit striking miners and instigators with harsh penalties #Lonmin   #Marikana  as miners seek to shut down mines nearby by intimidation, death threats, force. 45 people have died since this unrest began.
EWN - Eyewitness News - No clarity on mine violence plan »
It is still not clear how government will enforce its security crackdown in the mining sector.

As protesters continue to attempt to intimidate other workers to stop working, and as socialists join effort to shut down mines, police use helicopters, stun grenades and riot tactics to disperse, chase down and arest those committing illegal mass gatherings, and intimidation!
Business Report Mobile :: Home :: Mine protesters to defy government »
Protesting Lonmin mineworkers in Rustenburg plan to defy government's warning and continue with their unprotected strike which has crippled the mining sector. “We have heard Justice Minister Jeff Rade...

Typical left wing South African Council of Churches Response. Fact is, Lonmin has always had the law on its side, and if they need to fire people who have cost them and South Africa billions, I say go ahead.

They are even saying they won't use the court order to fire workers, just yet. That is good faith.
Lonmin appears intent to fire workers - Companies | IOL Business | »
Lonmin has given its strongest indication yet of its intent to fire more than 3000 striking mineworkers after the company this week obtained a final Labour Court order declaring the strike unprotected...

Marikana workers disarmed, Lonmin offer revised »
North West police disarmed dozens of striking Marikana workers who gathered near a hill.

Saturday 8 September 2012

Happy Birthday Mama Mary!


And Thanks For Everything And Protect Us ALL!

Thursday 6 September 2012

Human trials next?: Changing Rat dreams, to affect their memory recall, and possibly even change their memories!


Changing Rat dreams, to affect their memory recall, and possibly even change their memories! Researchers replay sounds they put in parts of a maize... the rats then are confirmed as dreaming about that part!

Saint Thomas Aquinas said the Devil (and God and Angels) manipulated dreams or something about a millennium ago... by influencing environmental factors. glad to see we are catching up ;)!
Daily Mail originally shared this post:
Researchers have successfully manipulated rat dreams, and soon they could be manipulating what runs through humans' minds at night.
Researchers successfully manipulate rat DREAMS... and human dreams could be next »
In an extremely creepy breakthrough, scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology managed to influence what the animals were dreaming about by replaying an audio cure associated with the pr...

Wednesday 5 September 2012

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As police drop murder charges against Lonmin Marikana miners, Miners say they will kill mine management!


Workers' representatives of Lonmin miners, on an illegal strike have delivered a memorandum to management: either give workers R 12 500 a month, or die. The miners have said that Lonmin must shut down their separate Karee mine where workers are not striking or it will be burnt down and management slaughtered. Alternatively, management must give them R 12, 500 a month, triple their agreed salary. Lonmin risks bankruptcy, if they triple rock driller salaries to R 12 500 per month, with stock already at its lowest, and a slump in platinum demand worldwide. Miners have also attempted to stop Karee workers earning their living.

The National Prosecuting Authority, as I have demonstrated before, was correct under current and actively used South African Law (Common Purpose and Dolus Eventualis) to charge miners with the anticipated deaths of their 34 colleagues, as they charged police armed to the teeth, ignoring tear gas and rubber bullets, and having been assured by a Sangoma they were invincible. A miner's wife, put a hit out of R 500 per any policeman shot in South Africa. Media didn't mind. Miners, killed ten people in targeted brutal assassinations before the 34 deaths incident, including two policemen brutally beaten to death. Surely, they must be angels.

So, why are these angels, who were let off, after objections from American and British Press, and also by South African media, as a special case: now insisting they will continue their killing spree?

This is what Independent Newspapers reports is now happening:

'North West - Marikana miners have threatened to kill Lonmin management unless they stop operations at the platinum mine in North West.

The threat was made by representatives of protesting workers who marched to Lonmin's Karee mine, from Marikana on Wednesday.

The five representatives told manager Jan Thiroun that management had Wednesday and Thursday to close the mine's K3 shaft or they would end up dead and the mine would be burnt down. The shaft is where most of the mine's operations take place.

On August 16, police fired on a group of protesting workers near the mine, killing 34 and wounding 78. Another 10 people were killed earlier that week, including two policemen and two security guards.

Thiroun, who arrived at the gate escorted by two heavily armed bodyguards on Wednesday afternoon, told the workers' representatives to go back to the negotiating table and sign the peace accord.

“Violence doesn't solve anything. It is not in everyone's interest.”

When the marchers arrived at the mine, police took up position about 500 metres from an entrance gate, and kept a close watch. Two helicopters circled overhead.

Workers have been on strike for the past three weeks, demanding a monthly salary of R12,500.

On Wednesday, the miners started marching the more than five kilometres from Lonmin's mine in Marikana to the mine in Karee around 10am in an apparent attempt to stop their colleagues from working there.

The marchers carried knobkerries, sticks and iron rods and as they marched, sang: “We died because of (President Jacob) Zuma. (Bantu) Holomisa please come and rescue us.”

They also carried placards bearing pictures of their dead colleagues.

Police were unable to prevent the marchers from entering Marikana.

Five Nyala armoured personnel carriers parked at the town's entrance in an attempt to divert the march, but the crowd pushed its way around the vehicles and continued to the Karee mine.'

IOL | 'Miners threaten to kill Lonmin management' by Getrude Makhafola at September 5 2012 at 01:20pm SAST

No more whistle-blowing, or filming police brutality: Apple patents feature to let authorities shut down your iPhone or phone camera #BoycottApple!


A Patent filed by the American based Apple technologies firm, has some worried. It allows authorities, businesses, networks, and others in positions of power to shut down your phone's ability to communicate, or disable its ability to take pictures etcetera based on your GPS location, or the nearest base tower.

Apple explicitly mentions the use of this by a government to insure a blackout as one intended use. Other uses include preventing copyright infringement in theatres, and protecting sensitive business and classified information.

Mobile phones have played a vital role in preventing police and security forces committing abuses.

Apple Inc. (Cupertino, CA) now holds the patent, filed in June 26, 2008, granted: August 28, 2012.

ht to ZDNET and to RT:

RT originally shared this post:
No shooting at protest? Police may block mobile devices via Apple — RT »
Apple has patented a piece of technology which would allow government and police to block transmission of information, including video and photographs, from any public gathering or venue they deem “se...

Monday 3 September 2012

Man faces 2 years in jail, for the crime of French kissing his girlfriend!


In Taiwan... a 40 year old man, by the name of Mr Chan, presumptuously invited his 30 year old girlfriend of  5 months' courting, to his apartment. He had something presumptuous planned for the night, something out there. Something daring, which his girlfriend, upon dumping him, linked to pornographic contents.

Chan, asked Tsai permission. He wanted to share a first kiss. She didn't answer. She didn't say no... the presumptuous man, took it as a sign, and took the opportunity, to stick his tongue into the mouth of Ms Tsai.

This, is the story, that the police alleged. Ms Tsai, broke up, with the Presumptuous Mr Chan, and filed charges of Sexual Harassment with the police. Things have soured faster than the taste of a lemon in with a bad crowd. Mr Chan, who faces 2 years in jail, or a £21,093 knock to his financial standing, has hit back hard.

The presumptuous Mr Chan, alleges that he is not befitting that epithet at all. He says that Ms Tsai, received no such kiss. The inaffectionate Mr Chan, says: rather, his mate (Not the French version... perhaps Australian 'mate') of 5 months, is attempting to blackmail him for money.

Such is a common defence in other countries... in rape trials.

below: the Daily Mail. Their source is Johannesburg based paper: 'Sowetan Live'.

'Who the hell uses his tongue on the first kiss' man arrested for Frenching his girlfriend! via @MailOnline

The Daily Mail using a South African website, as a source on a Taiwanese incident... this can't end well;)!~

+Daily Mail  brilliant story p.s.!
Daily Mail originally shared this post:
An amorous man's attempts to steal a kiss has ended in a disaster - with not only his girlfriend dumping him and charged with sexual harassment.
'Who the hell uses his tongue on the first kiss?' Woman's fury after boyfriend tried to give her a French kiss (and now he's been charged with sexual harassment) »
The 40-year-old man was charged in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, for allegedly employing the French style in kissing his girlfriend of five months for the first time, media reports said (picture posed by models)...

Saturday 1 September 2012

The NPA justifies charging miners who's 34 colleagues were shot by police, with their murder!


As I reported recently, the NPA, are simply following their legal duty.

Note also this article by Advocate James Grant justifying them:

Must see Press release:


The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) wishes to confirm that it has brought the following charges against the accused in the Marikana case:

  • Murder
  • Attempted Murder
  • Public Violence
  • Illegal Gathering
  • Possession of Dangerous Weapons
  • Possession of Firearms and Ammunition

The NPA has noted the public concern arising from the decision to charge the miners with murder. Ordinarily, the NPA does not favour the stance of engaging in public about its prosecutorial strategy. Even in this instance this is no attempt to do so, but to briefly set the record straight as we recognise the significance of this case and the national and international attention it has attracted since it started in the past week.

We would like to stress that decisions in criminal cases are taken on the basis of all the facts available to the prosecution, and not only on what has been captured on television and in other media. The prosecution has evidence that it is confident is sufficient to sustain the charges that have been brought against the miners.

In terms of the law, co-perpetrators may be held liable for the death of members of their group or of others where there is enough evidence of foreseeing that death may result as a consequence of their collective action, and nonetheless proceeding with that action. This approach is based on sound legal principles that are well established in law and there is case law to support the approach the NPA has adopted.

The principle of dolus eventualis is well established in our law see S v Nhlapo and another 1981 (2) SA 744 (A). It holds that a person may be convicted of murder where someone dies as a result of an act by a person who should have foreseen that someone may die as a result of the action, and reconcile himself or herself to possible fatalities.

In such cases, co-perpetrators may be held liable for the death of members of their own group or of others where there was sufficient evidence that they foresaw that death may result as a consequence of their collective action. The NPA believes that the state is obliged to test this principle in court.

It is important to acknowledge that the Marikana incident was not isolated to one day (16 August), to which much media attention is given, but it developed over a number of days during which other people were brutally killed, including two policemen who were robbed of official firearms, one of which was later recovered from the miners.

The NPA wishes to emphasise that this matter has been dealt with at the highest level. Advocate Johan Smit, the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) for North West and head of the NPA in the province, has personally approved the possible charges based on evidence available.

He is one of the most experienced and longest serving DPPs in South Africa, and personally prosecuted the landmark case of the murder of Constable Francis Rasuge where a murder conviction was obtained without a body being found.

The national head of the prosecutions service in the NPA has also been briefed on the matter, and is satisfied that the approach is sound legally.

Let justice be served.

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