Monday, November 01, 2004


Ok, I know very well you have all been eagerly waiting for this but I had other, more pressing issues on my mind.

Over the past week we’ve seen, as could be expected, several last-ditch efforts from The World to influence the US elections in favour of Kerry. Let me just focus on three of them. Last things first, according to a global vote with results issued today, Nov 1, Kerry tops Bush as if it were The Red Sox against the Little Baseball League of Umtata, South Africa: 77% worldwide for Longface as opposed to 9% for W.

"More than 113,000 people from 119 countries made their choice at, handing Kerry a crushing win with 77 percent of the vote, a spokesman for the Web site said on Monday."

Here was hoping though, since:

"But there was consolation for Bush from what many would see as an unlikely source: the majority of virtual votes submitted from Iraq went to the incumbent.
"Iraq was one of the few countries where Bush actually won and the Middle East voted 37 percent for Bush compared to a world average of 9.1 percent,'' the Web site spokesman said."

Secondly, earlier this week we witnessed too that the Dems DID have something up their sleeve: the IAEA and its chief, el-Baradei. Mr. el-Baradei, apparently suspecting the US is going to do a Boutros Ghali with regards to his continued presiding over the IAEA, and this despite his excellent record in preventing Iran from acquiring WMD potential, apparently leaked a letter blaming the US for the disappearance of 380 tonnes of HMX and RDX explosives from an Iraqi ammo compound at al-Qaqaa.

Last but not least, there was the bogus report from The Lancet, with some hightly questionable "data" claiming that the US-led war in Iraq has thus far cost the lives of 100,000 Iraqis. In issuing this "report" The Lancet has attempted to influence US elections in a way as transparent as Alexandra Kerry’s see-through blouse.

And I’m sure I forget a lot.

Well, here it is: MFBB thinks this is all KAKA!!!!!!!!!!!

MFBB sees three reasons Americans should VOTE FOR BUSH:

UBL & me, ‘90sUBL, 2002UBL, 2004

In the first photo we see a robust Usama Bin Laden, intent on eradicating the terrible memory of the Ottoman Empire’s humiliating defeat at the hands of the West from Muslim Memory by, a.o., the very logical endeavour of bravely flying passenger jets into skyscrapers. The second pic shows Mr. Bin Laden just after Tora Bora, after having become acquainted with the non-civilian part of Boeings Airliner Catalog. You guys don’t know Arabic, but I tell you the transcript reads that he instructed Atta to make only a pass along the WTC but that the mf sob decided to play cavalier seul. In the third photo we see a very calmed down Usama, admitted, like Walter Cronkite said cleanly shaven and dignified, not as dead as we would like him to be (he probably got some MLU in a nice French hospital), but basically proposing that if we leave him alone, he will call it quits and confine himself to herding (and possibly more) a flock of goats in Waziristan while studying the Quran.

Don't disappoint me Americanos. You don't want them to party like beasts in Ramallah, Pyonyang, Paris, Teheran and Ramadi. SHOW 'EM ALL!!!!!!!!!!


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