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Friday, November 26, 2004
  One can only hope that we are on the ball enough to be actively supporting Iranian rebels.
Top Iranian Commander Says US Funding Rebels

Top Iranian Commander Says US Funding Rebels
Agence France Presse

TEHRAN, 26November 2004 — The head of Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guards yesterday accused the United States of financing rebel groups fighting the Islamic regime and seeking to spark ethnic unrest along its borders, the state news agency IRNA reported.

“With its presence in Iraq and Afghanistan, the United States is seeking to plot and create insecurity inside Iran and wants to encourage ethnic problems in our country,” Gen. Yahya Rahim Safavi was quoted as telling a gathering of the Revolutionary Guard’s volunteer wing, the Basij militia.

“In Iraq, the Americans have taken the hypocrites under their wings,” he said, referring to the exiled armed opposition group the People’s Mujahedeen - now confined to camps in neighboring Iraq and listed by the US and European Union as a terrorist group.

He alleged that the United States was also supporting “counter-revolutionary groups” including the Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran and the Komala, a Kurdish-Maoist group.

The two groups have bases in neighboring Iraq, but Iran and Iraqi Kurdish groups are believed to have reached an accord that the Iranian Kurdish groups keep away from the Iranian border.

But the United States, Safavi said, “is giving them money to create insecurity in Iran.”

And he claimed that “in Afghanistan, the Americans have brought together Iranian rebels to create insecurity in Sistan-Baluchestan,” Iran’s far southeastern province and home to a large ethnic Baluch minority. “But the Americans should know that they will carry all hope of dominating Iran and causing insecurity in Iran to their graves,” Safavi told the gathering.
  Clueless in Seatltle
Fremont merchants plan to light up Lenin this season: "Lenin will be lighted at 5 p.m. Dec. 3 at the corner of Fremont Place North and North 36th Street. (It's the intersection with the big statue of Lenin.) The monument will be bedecked with garland and lights -- and probably not just red ones.

It will be the first time the 18-foot bronze statue has been lighted since it came to the Center of the Universe in 1995 by way of Slovakia and Issaquah.

As the story goes, a sculptor named Emil Venkov was commissioned to build the statue by the Czech Communist Party. But when the regime fell, so did the statue. It lay in a dump until an Issaquah man teaching in Poland happened upon it. Struck by it, he mortgaged his home in Issaquah and had the statue shipped from the East Bloc to the Eastside. It sat in a pasture behind his house until the Fremont Chamber of Commerce agreed to take it."

Tuesday, November 23, 2004
  Big Brother peeks out from inside your printers
Yahoo! News - Government Uses Color Laser Printer Technology to Track Documents: "According to experts, several printer companies quietly encode the serial number and the manufacturing code of their color laser printers and color copiers on every document those machines produce. Governments, including the United States, already use the hidden markings to track counterfeiters.

Peter Crean, a senior research fellow at Xerox, says his company's laser printers, copiers and multifunction workstations, such as its WorkCentre Pro series, put the 'serial number of each machine coded in little yellow dots' in every printout. The millimeter-sized dots appear about every inch on a page, nestled within the printed words and margins.

'It's a trail back to you, like a license plate,' Crean says.

The dots' minuscule size, covering less than one-thousandth of the page, along with their color combination of yellow on white, makes them invisible to the naked eye, Crean says. One way to determine if your color laser is applying this tracking process is to shine a blue LED light--say, from a keychain laser flashlight--on your page and use a magnifier.
Crime Fighting vs. Privacy

Laser-printing technology makes it incredibly easy to counterfeit money and documents, and Crean says the dots, in use in some printers for decades, allow law enforcement to identify and track down counterfeiters.

However, they could also be employed to track a document back to any person or business that printed it. Although the technology has existed for a long time, printer companies have not been required to notify customers of the feature."
Friday, November 19, 2004
  Techno Parent keeps and eye on the Kiddies
Wired News: An Eye on Movie Theater Pirates: "The remote-controlled device looks like a mechanical replica of Darth Vader's head. Perched on a stand directly below the movie screen at the front of the theater, the small black box shoots brief, almost invisible pulses of light at the audience.

Offending camera lenses bounce back a telltale reflection that the device senses, then records on a digital snapshot captured with a built-in digital camera of its own. If the machine spots a suspected pirating camcorder in the audience, it then sends out an automated alarm to in-theater security or law enforcement.

The second part of Trakstar's system is a forensic audio-watermarking technology called TVS.

The TVS device sits between the theater's cinema processor and audio-amplification unit, and generates inaudible sonic tags that can later be used as evidence to trace the date, time and theater at which a pirated file originated.

The watermarks can be unlocked and read with the help of proprietary software keys. The system relies on multiple forms of security, including wireless GPS sensors that trigger the unit to flush the watermarking algorithm from its memory if the TVS box is moved from its designated location."
  This pissed me off when The Bent One did it, and it is not ok when Bush does it
Yahoo! News - Some of Bush Fund-Raisers Got Appointments: "WASHINGTON - One-third of President Bush (news - web sites)'s top 2000 fund-raisers or their spouses were appointed to positions in his first administration, from ambassadorships in Europe to seats on policy-setting boards, an Associated Press review found.

The perks for 246 'pioneers' who raised at least $100,000 also included overnight stays at the White House and Camp David, parties at the White House and Bush's Texas ranch, state dinners with world leaders and overseas travel with U.S. delegations to the Olympics and other events, the review found."
  Sharon will live to regret this
Yahoo! News - Sharon Drops Key Demand for Peace Talks: "Sharon said in a speech Thursday that while he still wants the armed groups dismantled, any crackdown would be 'complicated.' He said he now considers Palestinian efforts to stop incitement against Israel as a sufficient sign of goodwill.

Palestinians have refused to confront the militants, saying they fear civil war, and the standoff was one of the key obstacles in resuming negotiations.

Israeli commentators described Sharon's shift in position as dramatic.

'There is no longer the demand ... of total war by the Palestinian Authority (news - web sites) on terror groups, collecting weapons and governmental reform,' said a commentary in Friday's editions of the Yediot Ahronot daily newspaper."
  My Name's Brian and So's my Wife
Yahoo! News - Bearded Woman Tries to Preach in Mosque: "MANAMA, Bahrain - A big, bearded cleric caught the eye of a mosque official as he approached the stand to deliver the sermon, the chief imam at Bahrain's largest mosque recalled Thursday.

The official asked the cleric what he wanted to do. The cleric replied he was going to give the Friday sermon. But his voice was strangely soft and his beard slipped as he spoke, imam Sheik Adnan al-Qattan told The Associated Press.

The 'cleric' was a woman in disguise, and when the official blocked her path, a scuffle broke out, al-Qattan said of last week's incident in the Al Fateh mosque.

'She was big and strong. There were four or five men trying to stop her,' al-Qattan said of the woman, who wore a keffiyeh on her head and the black cloak rimmed with gold that is traditional for clerics in Bahrain."
Thursday, November 18, 2004
  Who will cry for the French

Is it wrong for me to take the slightest bit of relish in the current travails of our Oh So Sophisticated Betters, the French.
Unilateralism, Pre-Emptive Strikes, Lions and Tigers and Bears, oh my. Of course the French will always get a free pass, what do you do, other than wish them the worst of luck.

Mail Tribune :: Online Edition: "ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast (AP) -- As club-wielding mobs surged through Ivory Coast's largest city hunting for foreigners, national figures urged them on: 'Rise up against French imperialism.' 'Sever the umbilical cord.' 'If I find my French man, I will eat him.'

The hatred broadcast on television and radio - even cell phone text messages - poured out incendiary viciousness not heard since Rwanda's 1994 genocide, U.N. officials and Western diplomats say.

The hate messages were banned by U.N. Security Council decree this week, but the government defends them as the cries of a people under attack"

Tuesday, November 16, 2004
  Dogg Bites Man

My Way News: "SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) - A fight broke out near the stage at the Vibe awards ceremony as rapper Snoop Dogg and producer Quincy Jones were preparing to honor Dr. Dre., and one person was stabbed, authorities and witnesses said.

Dozens of people sitting near the stage Monday inside a hangar at the Santa Monica Municipal Airport began shoving each other as the show wound down about 7:30 p.m., a photographer who covered the event for The Associated Press said.

News video showed chairs being thrown, punches flying, people chasing one another and some being restrained.

It was unclear if the stabbing preceded or followed the fight. The victim, a 26-year-old man, was taken to a hospital and was listed in stable condition.

No arrests were made."

Monday, November 15, 2004
  ACLU, always out for whats best in America

I can't imagine a more egregious example of what is wrong with America culturally. How an organization like the ACLU can see the Boy Scouts as a threat. Not only suing the Boy Scouts but actively targeting every institution that supports them is beyond me.
My reaction to these kinds of things was to tell the UW to stuff it and deal with disbursing my funds directly.

Yahoo! News - Military Bases Warned on Boy Scouts: "CHICAGO - The Pentagon (news - web sites) has agreed to warn military bases worldwide that they should not directly sponsor Boy Scout troops, partially resolving claims that the government has improperly supported a group that requires members to believe in God.

The settlement, announced Monday, came in a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (news - web sites) of Illinois, which says American military units have sponsored hundreds of Boy Scout troops."

Sunday, November 14, 2004
  We will rue the day that when these companies begin to pool thier aggregate datastores.
The New York Times > Business > Your Money > What Wal-Mart Knows About Customers' Habits: "By its own count, Wal-Mart has 460 terabytes of data stored on Teradata mainframes, made by NCR, at its Bentonville headquarters. To put that in perspective, the Internet has less than half as much data, according to experts."
  Bush Flushes the Toilet in the CIA

If Goss can actually Rooter Router out the CIA and get them into the fight instead of dragging their heels and anonymously sniping at the Admin from behind thier walls, well we may actually get somewhere with the CIA, not in spite of the CIA.
Wichita Eagle | 11/14/2004 | White House orders CIA purge, sources report: "WASHINGTON -- The White House has ordered the new CIA director, Porter Goss, to purge the agency of officers believed to have been disloyal to President Bush or of leaking damaging information to the media about the conduct of the Iraq war and the hunt for Osama bin Laden, according to knowledgeable sources.

'The agency is being purged on instructions from the White House,' said a former senior CIA official who maintains close ties to the agency and to the White House. 'Goss was given instructions... to get rid of those soft leakers and liberal Democrats. The CIA is looked on by the White House as a hotbed of liberals and people who have been obstructing the president's agenda.'"

Wednesday, November 10, 2004
  Bush moves to drive a nail into the coffin of the US....for votes

I stand with the President on his foriegn policy regarding the WoT, however his misguided lunacy regarding illegal immigration is beyond the pale. This is an issue that will split the Republicans.
I hope that Bush finds selling out the US in this manner worth it.

Bush revives bid to legalize illegal aliens - The Washington Times: Nation/Politics - November 10, 2004: "President Bush yesterday moved aggressively to resurrect his plan to relax rules against illegal immigration, a move bound to anger conservatives just days after they helped re-elect him.
The president met privately in the Oval Office with Sen. John McCain to discuss jump-starting a stalled White House initiative that would grant legal status to millions of immigrants who broke the law to enter the United States.
The Arizona Republican is one of the Senate's most outspoken supporters of expanding guest-worker programs and has introduced his own bill to offer a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants.
'We are formulating plans for the legislative agenda for next year,' said White House political strategist Karl Rove. 'And immigration will be on that agenda.'
He added: 'The president had ameeting this morning to discuss with a significant member of the Senate the prospect of immigration reform. And he's going to make it an important item."
While the president was huddling with Mr. McCain, Secretary of State Colin L. Powell was pushing the plan during a visit to Mexico City. "

Tuesday, November 09, 2004
  Dog eats phone
Dog eats phone | The Register: "A dog in Turkey has wolfed down a mobile phone. The owner of the phone only discovered it was inside the mutt when he rang the number and heard the dog's stomach ringing."
Monday, November 08, 2004
  Paybacks are a Bitch, lets see how they like a little reverse Jihad for a while.
Muslim school bombed in Netherlands - (United Press International): "Eindhoven, Netherlands, Nov. 8 (UPI) -- A powerful bomb gutted a Muslim school in the southern Dutch city of Eindhoven Monday, another in a recent series of anti-Muslim acts, the BBC reported."
  Tubby Riefenstahl begins to reap what he sowed
(Via instapundit)
Telegraph | Opinion | Moore means less: "Not since Moby Dick has a great white whale been so bloodily harpooned. It took a shocked Michael Moore, director of Fahrenheit 9/11, until yesterday to comment on the US election result. When he did, he made a lame joke, offering 'reasons not to slit your own throat'. But if John Kerry's strategists feel like slitting anyone's throat right now, it is Mr Moore's.

This was supposed to be the victory that the podgy sage of Flint, Michigan, delivered for the Democrats by winding up students into paroxysms of anti-Bush rage and propelling them into the polling booths. In the event, he achieved the first but not the second objective. The proportion of young voters did not increase on Tuesday. In the gleeful words of one anti-Moore website, 'pot-smoking slackers are still pot-smoking slackers': they meant to vote Kerry but, like, couldn't get out of bed in time.

In 2000, Mr Moore's support for Ralph Nader helped lose Florida for Al Gore. This time, he boosted President Bush by outraging Middle America. Take a bow, Mike: you've done it again."
Sunday, November 07, 2004
  Saudi Leaders Preach Jihad Against US

Our 'allies' have our back once again (its easier to strike that way).
TheStar.com - Saudi clerics back Iraqi guerillas

In an open letter to the Iraqi people and posted on the Internet today, 26 Saudi scholars and religious preachers stressed that armed attacks launched by militant Iraqi groups on U.S. troops and their allies in Iraq were "legitimate" resistance.

The statement came as U.S. troops, backed by air and artillery power, were gearing up for a major assault on the militant stronghold of Fallujah.

The scholars — some of whom have been criticized in the past for their extremist views — issued a fatwa, or religious edict, prohibiting Iraqis from offering any support for military operations carried out by U.S. forces against militant strongholds.

"Fighting the occupiers is a duty for all those who are able. It is a jihad (holy war) to push back the assailants ...," said the letter. "Resistance is a legitimate right. A Muslim must not inflict harm on any resistance man or inform about them. Instead, they should be supported and protected.''

Friday, November 05, 2004
  Moonbats target Bush for assasination, er I mean in a satirical sense
This may seem a bit overblown on my part, but you had the Guardian calling for Bush's assasination (the author professes that it was tounge in cheek). I do think that we will see assasination attempts made by American Leftists against the President.
Interest!ALERT: Quality Content: "OSLO, Norway, Nov. 4 (UPI) --

Norwegian police have shut down a satirical web site that called for the assassination of U.S. President George Bush, newspaper Aftenposten reported Thursday.

The U.S. embassy in Oslo filed charges against Norwegian rap trio Gatas Parlament because a website they ran urged people to finance the assassination of the president. The group has said the content was meant as satire"

  MPAA embraces Canabalism
See the great sucsess that the RIAA has had in stopping P2P by suing their customer base, the MPAA decided to follow suit. The ironic part of this is that all they are doing is further pushing P2P into the mainstream, heh.
Wired News: Movie Lawsuits on the Way: "As expected, the movie industry said Thursday that it will begin suing film fans who share copyright movies online, following the get-tough strategy of the music labels.

Dan Glickman, president and CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America, said that its member studios will file lawsuits beginning Nov. 16 and will seek damages and injunctive relief. Knowingly distributing copyright films carries penalties of up to $150,000 per film."

  MPAA embraces Canabalism
See the great sucsess that the RIAA has had in stopping P2P by suing their customer base, the MPAA decided to follow suit. The ironic part of this is that all they are doing is further pushing P2P into the mainstream, heh.
Wired News: Movie Lawsuits on the Way: "As expected, the movie industry said Thursday that it will begin suing film fans who share copyright movies online, following the get-tough strategy of the music labels.

Dan Glickman, president and CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America, said that its member studios will file lawsuits beginning Nov. 16 and will seek damages and injunctive relief. Knowingly distributing copyright films carries penalties of up to $150,000 per film."

Thursday, November 04, 2004
  Specter does a little crawfishing himself
Specter backtracks from advice on judges - (United Press International): "Washington, DC, Nov. 4 (UPI) -- U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., backed away Thursday from press reports suggesting he had warned the White House about the slant of future judicial nominees.

'I did not warn the president about anything and was very respectful of his constitutional authority on the appointment of federal judges,' Specter, who is presumed to be the next chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said in a statement.

  Heh, with a capital H!
: "Katz also said he knew all along that the letter-writing project could backfire. So, did it? Almost certainly, yes. In 2000, Al Gore won Clark County by 324 votes. And since Ralph Nader received 1,347 votes, we can assume Gore's margin would have been larger without Nader on the ballot. On Tuesday George Bush won Clark County by 1,620 votes.

The most significant stat here is how Clark County compares to the other 15 Ohio counties won by Gore in 2000. Kerry won every Gore county in Ohio except Clark. He even increased Gore's winning margin in 12 of the 16. Nowhere among the Gore counties did more votes move from the blue to the red column than in Clark. The Guardian's Katz was quoted as saying it would be 'self-aggrandizing' to claim Operation Clark County affected the election. Don't be so modest, Ian."
NBC10.com - News - F-16 Fighter Fires At School In New Jersey: "LITTLE EGG HARBOR, N.J. -- A National Guard F-16 fighter jet on a nighttime training mission Wednesday fired 25 rounds of ammunition that tore through an intermediate school. No one was injured."
  Our Patriotic Opposition (via LGF)
You have to see the site to believe it.
Photos from the rally in SF on November 3, 2004
  Heh, All that money and no bombs to spend it on
World Tribune.com--Front Page
Abbas and Qurei sought to acquire Arafat's power to allocate money during the absence of the PA chairman. But as he boarded a Jordanian Air Force helicopter for Amman, Arafat refused.

"I'm still alive, thank God, so don't worry," Arafat was quoted as saying.

Israeli officials confirmed that Arafat died on Thursday. They said Arafat was termed brain dead and physicians have stopped attending to him.

For Palestinians, the main question is where is Arafat's money?

Issam Abu Issa knows how Arafat appropriated and concealed money. Abu Issa was the founder and chairman of the Palestine International Bank from 1996 until he fled to Qatar in 2000.

"Rather than use donor funds for their intended purposes, Arafat regularly diverted money to his own accounts," Abu Issa said in a report for Middle East Quarterly. "It is amazing that some U.S. officials still see the Palestinian Authority as a partner even after U.S. congressional records revealed authenticated PLO papers signed by Arafat in which he instructed his staff to divert donors' money to projects benefiting himself, his family and his associates."

Arafat controls billions of dollars meant for the Palestinian people. In a word, he stole it, intelligence sources said, according to a report in the current edition of Geostrategy-Direct.com.

His personal fortune has been estimated at between $2 and $3 billion, most of it in Swiss bank accounts.

In 1997, the PA auditor's office said in its financial report that $326 million, or 43 percent of the annual budget, was "missing."

The United States has been supporting former PA security chief Mohammed Dahlan as Arafat's successor. To his friends in the Bush administration, Dahlan, 43, has all the qualities for Arab leadership: a smooth talker and brutal cop. Arafat asked Dahlan to accompany him to Paris in a move designed to keep him out of the Gaza Strip and any coup plot.
  Aged Terrorist looking toward his 72 Raisins
My Way News: "JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Palestinian President Yasser Arafat was declared clinically dead on Thursday in a French hospital, Israeli television said citing French sources.

But Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie denied the report, saying: 'I have just spoken to the officials in Paris and they say the situation is still as it was. He is still in the intensive care unit.'

Israel's Channel Two television cited unnamed sources in Paris saying that Arafat underwent a brain scan and was found to be 'no longer alive.'

Palestinian sources earlier told Reuters that the Palestinian president, who was admitted to hospital last week with a mysterious stomach illness, had slipped into a coma."
  Someone in the frozen north gets half a clue
I have said it before, when does a country stop being a country? When they cannot project force to protect their borders, let alone affect matters outside of their Urban Centers.
Calgary Sun Columnist - Ian Robinson: Canada crippled by dishonest pacifism: "Canada has become a nation crippled by a dishonest pacifism. Rather than announce we're wimps, we pretend in the councils of the powerful that we'll send our soldiers to fight ... but only if the stars are aligned just so.

We'll send 'peacekeepers,' an abominable word that denies the reality that it is only the application of brute and vicious force in the disordered and deadly precincts of the world that can ensure peace.

If you read the commentary in the powerful eastern media or listen to our politicians, it becomes clear that Canadians want social workers with guns they'll never use, not warriors.

So let's decide. If we want warriors, then let's create an Armed Forces that can fight, anywhere, anytime to fulfil our obligations to our allies, to history, to ourselves. If not, then let us quit pretending.

Lay our soldiers off."

  Things that make you want to go GACK!
Daily Times - Site Edition
Specialist cooks from around the world have gathered in Serbia for the World Testicle Cooking Championship.

Testicles are regarded as a gourmet delicacy in Serbia and the country is hoping to develop an export market. The championship was organised by Ljubomir Erovic, of the Serbian Tourism Board, as a way of promoting the dish. He said: “The best cooked balls come from Serbia and we wanted to stage this contest to show the world what great dishes can be cooked using testicles, which are known locally here as white kidneys.”

Serbian daily newspaper Glas Javnosti said the contest in the village of Savinac, close to town of Gornji Milanovac, was won by gourmet testicle chef Dejan Milovanovic from Belgrade. His specialist dish prepared using testicles from a bull and a boar beat off challengers from around the world, who cooked their way through more than 20 kilos of prepared testicles.

Milovanovic added: “Testicles are becoming more popular in Belgrade and we hope that more restaurants will offer this local speciality now that they see what tasty dishes can be created.”

Next year the event will include an ‘exotic testicles’ section where chefs will have to come up with a dish using camel and ostrich testicles. Organiser Erovic said: “All testicles can be eaten, except human of course – we don’t want any cannibals here.” ananova

  RINO's Seek to Derail Senate Majority
Jumpin Jim Jefford's was bad enough, now we have the rest of the NE Rino's making noises.
USATODAY.com - Sen. Chafee considers leaving GOP

PROVIDENCE (AP) — Republican Sen. Lincoln Chafee said he would consider switching parties if President Bush is re-elected.

"I'm not ruling it out," Chafee told The Providence Journal.

Chafee, known for moderate views that often run counter to the Bush administration, also said he cast a write-in vote for Bush's father, George H.W. Bush, in Tuesday's election. He said it was a "symbolic protest."
  The Wages of Submission
I don't know where one could find a clearer example of the rewards of capitulation that the Spanish and their crawfishing to the Islamists

ThisisLondon: "A terrorist plot to bomb Real Madrid's soccer ground, where David Beckham and Michael Owen play, has been smashed.

Islamic extremists were planning the outrage at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in a campaign against high-profile targets."
Wednesday, November 03, 2004
  Next Stop on Bush's Mid East Tour (one can hope)
Iran-US-Anniversary: "TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - Hardline students burned U.S. flags Wednesday and effigies of U.S. President George W. Bush to mark the 25th anniversary of the takeover of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, while Iranian officials accused Washington of undermining Iranian goodwill gestures for better ties.

To chants of 'Death to America,' about 3,000 students gathered outside the former U.S. Embassy in Tehran to mark the anniversary of militant students' Nov. 4, 1979, storming of the building where they held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days. On the Iranian calendar, the anniversary of the siege fell on Wednesday."
  Crackhead Uber Alies
Ex-Mayor Barry big winner in nation's capital: "Marion Barry, the former mayor who was videotaped by the FBI smoking crack and wound up in jail, resurrected his political career for a second time Tuesday. Residents of one of the District of Columbia's poorest sections picked Barry to be their new councilman.

'Oh, my God!' Barry exclaimed when told of his lopsided win. The D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics reported that Barry, a Democrat, won 95 percent of the vote against a token Republican opponent. 'We're going to be the best ward in the city, we're going to turn things around,' Barry promised.

Barry, 68, served six months in prison for a federal drug conviction, then went on to win the same Ward 8 seat in southeast Washington in 1992. That led to a fourth term as mayor, which he won in 1994. Barry did not seek re-election in 1998."
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