Archive for May 14th, 2011
More proof (if it were needed) of what mosques are really for:
Federal authorities announce the indictment of six people for allegedly plotting to raise money to attack Americans and others overseas to bolster the Pakistani Taliban.
One of the three arrested is picked up in L.A., while three others are believed to be at large in Pakistan.
In the first case since the death earlier this month of Osama bin Laden, federal authorities announced Saturday that they have indicted six individuals, including one in Los Angeles, in a conspiracy to raise money to “murder, maim and kidnap” Americans and others overseas as part of a plot to bolster the Pakistani Taliban. Read the rest of this entry »
From an old-established US drinks firm, a great new way of celebrating the demise of Old Beardy – Osama Bin Laden – The Soda Pop!
Our latest flavor is now available: So Long, Osama soda! The flavor is Blood Orange (what else?) and it is $1 a bottle, with a portion of the proceeds going to a couple of veterns organizations. Enjoy!
Congratulations from Old Britain, to Avery’s of New Britain, Connecticut. We can’t see anything like this being tolerated in the emasculated, politically-correct UK, so we’ll raise a glass of Vimto to you instead – unless you’d be so kind as to send a couple of bottles over, of course (hint)
And in doing so shows its true colours – and provides a unique opportunity for the West to extricate itself from this ungrateful, double-dealing country:
The Pakistani parliament has called for a review of the country’s relationship with the US over the American commando raid that killed Osama Bin Laden, as Pakistan condemns Bin Laden raid, drone operations.
During a long joint session held to debate the US operation, MPs called for an independent investigation.
They unanimously passed a resolution urging a ban on Nato transit convoys unless the US ends drone attacks. The session followed Friday’s double suicide bombing that killed 80 people in north-western Pakistan.
At least 120 others were wounded in the attack on a Frontier Constabulary training centre in Shabqadar, Charsadda district. Read the rest of this entry »