Archive for August, 2008

The Ad Obama Doesn’t Want You to See: Obama’s Links to Weatherman Terrorist Bill Ayers

August 28, 08

Here is the video that Obama truly doesn’t want you to see, clearly describing his links to former Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers:

And he can’t refute the truthfulness of the facts, so he’s resorting to demanding prosecution against this completely lawful ad.

It’s not working.

Spread it around!

The current YouTube link is

For more on the Obama-Ayers relationship, see American Thinker and Michelle Malkin. An example: They worked together on pushing their shared radical views on education for six years (this was after Ayers committed his bombing murders).

Obama must really be HOPE-ing that the public attention will CHANGE over to something else, quick!

Following from Obamedia Loves Obama… And I Mean Red Hot, Steaming Wet Lurve!!!:


Olympic Tae Kwon Do Cuba Kicks Ref Fun

August 26, 08

Some lols based on Olympic Tae Kwon Do: Cuba’s Ángel Matos Kicks Ref in Face, Banned For Life – Pics and Videos.

Ángel Matos Fail

Big thanks to wits0 for the Photshoppy above! See this post for context.


Chris Muir Needs You: Day by Day Cartoon Fundraiser

August 26, 08

From Day by Day:

Day by Day Fundraiser


Message from Chris Muir:

8 months ago, DBD readers met DBD’s year goal 2008 Fundraising goal of $20K in just 24 hours.

I had to stop it because you met the goal so fast! On that amazing day, $20K was deposited to pay for one year of DBD, as my main job covered the rest of the year’s costs of $26K.

In that Fundraiser I said if I could increase business and volume in both jobs, I can ask for less.

Unfortunately, technology finally ended my main job not more than a week after the Fundraiser, which left DBD my only income.

You all know I have continued DBD through some tough times, but I cannot escape economics. And to be honest, I am glad to be doing DBD fulltime for you, however grimly arrived at. But a fulltime DBD requires that other $15,336 be found somewhere (DBD is at 8 months right now).

You didn’t sign on to this. You met what was asked for in 24 hours flat. You met a goal that I said would carry DBD for a year. And now, not only do I have to ask again, but there must be a Fundraiser every year. In a time of free content, DBD will live or die by its value to its readers every day, every month, every year.

In a PC correct era, DBD’s characters speak with you on issues you find important. PC still rules the MSM, whether newspapers, the networks, or well-funded ‘pundits’. DBD connects with people directly, the only comic where the readers are the source and the feature. You might depend on DBD, but the reality is DBD depends on you.

Depending on which of the 4 Donation Levels you select, there is also a DBD Playing Card deck, Sam posters, plus Original DBD hand-written script sheets complete with hand-signed strips that derive from those scripts.

That was the carrot, now for the stick, and…I don’t have a stick. I’ll still try & get DBD out.


Head on over to to read the full message and help out!

Olympic Tae Kwon Do: Cuba’s Ángel Matos Kicks Ref in Face, Banned For Life – Pics and Videos

August 25, 08

Olympic Tae Kwon Do representative from Cuba, Ángel Matos, kicks the referee in the face out of anger and gets an instant lifetime ban for himself and his unapologetic coach.

I watched it on TV myself. Stunning! And shameful.

Angel Matos

Matos was winning, 3-2, in the second round, when he fell to the mat after being hit by his opponent, Kazakhstan’s Arman Chilmanov. He remained there, awaiting medical attention, when he was disqualified for taking too much injury time. Fighters get one minute, and Matos was disqualified when his time ran out.

Matos angrily questioned the call, pushed a judge, then pushed and kicked the referee, Chakir Chelbat of Sweden. Matos then spat on the floor and was escorted out.

Slow-mo animated gif of the attack:

Angel Matos Kick Referee.


Obama Picks Joe Biden as Running Mate, Immediately Pwned by McCain Media (Plus Editorial Cartoons)

August 25, 08

So, Barack Obama has picked the experienced Washington old-timer Joe Biden to be his running mate. If Obama makes President, Biden will be Vice-President.

John McCain’s excellent media team was already prepared, and immediately released a video attack ad cum easy mockery!

Watch this video as Joe Biden questions Obama’s experience and praises John McCain:

More coverage and analysis at Michelle Malkin: It’s Smarmy and Smirky ‘08!.


Freedom Film Fest ’08

August 23, 08

Venues and Dates Confirmed!
Kuala Lumpur – Central Market Annexe: 5th -7th
Johor Bahru – Tropical Inn: 12th – 14th
Kuching – Old Court House: 19th – 21st
Penang – Wawasan Open University: 26th – 28th

A new political era has begun in Malaysia! Will we see new democratic spaces? Are the tides really turning? Reclaim the space. Help restore our Democracy and our human rights. We dared you to document. Do you dare to watch?

Find out more at the Freedom Film Fest Official Website.

Bloggers, do help to spread the word by featuring this info burst on your sites!

Olympic BRA Fail

August 22, 08

No, it’s not what you think, you pervert!

Olympic BRA Fail

That’s the BRAzilian beach volleyball team in the Beijing Olympics. The country abbreviation on their tops is pretty ironic…

See more Olympic lolz at Olympic Tae Kwon Do Cuba Kicks Ref Fun.


PS. Lol!

Sports Bra Fail

Epic Geography Fail on The Jawa Report

August 22, 08

At The Jawa Report:

Thank you, Rusty.

The fail lol in question is from The Fail Blog:

Geography Fail

The references for the Russian tanks in Georgia is at Komrad Obama Ends Russia-Georgia Konflikt and Obama Ends Russia-Georgia War by Telling Russia to Condemn Itself in the U.N., with some history at Red Primer for Children and Diplomats.

Scott’s Blog – The Best Place for Tapeworms

August 22, 08

My blog has the dubious honour of being the Number 1 result for a Google Image Search for tapeworm.

The blog post the offending image is at is’s 5 Most Horrifying Bugs VS Scott’s 5 Most Horrible Worms.

Here are the various stats for the two bizarre, high hits days:

I’m thinking some school or college must have given an assignment on tapeworms to its legion of students, who then Googled for images of the horrid monstrosities. Or else some sick news report on tapeworms got the public’s attention.

Red Primer for Children and Diplomats: History of Communism in Cartoon Form, Full Version Available

August 19, 08

Red Primer for Children and Diplomats was first published in 1967 in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Russian Revolution.


Written by Victor Vashi, this book combines double-talk captions with ironically opposite cute cartoons to illustrate the bloody, dishonest history of Communism.

View the entire book of cartoons and captions via The Peoples Cube, from

(For modern Communism history in the making, see Komrad Obama Ends Russia-Georgia Konflikt and Obama Ends Russia-Georgia War by Telling Russia to Condemn Itself in the U.N.)

A few excerpt examples. Captions follow cartoons:

October, 1917
Once on top, the Party insisted upon assuming the thankless job of ruling, generously waving aside all help.

This is what they celebrate nowadays as the Great October Revolution.

The Soviets’ love for their fellow men never recognized borders. The new Ukranian Republic was allowed to join the new Russian Soviet Republics…”voluntarily.”

The independence of the new Georgian Republic was also granted by the Soviets in 1921. To “guarantee” this “independence,” the Soviets incorporated Georgia into the Soviet Union eight months later, after Red Army invasion.


Food was scarce, creating some discontent in certain groups who had not found enough calories in Communist theories. The Party had a simple and effective method to create more food per capita.

When the Party finished, there were ten million fewer dissatisfied people.

The Party sponsored everything that had been “repressed” by the Czars. Art, science, literature — every aspect of culture — was given a helping hand by the Party, which insisted that every Russian keep an open mind.

Religious freedom was applied equally to every church.

The outside world watched, with great interest, the iron curtain of the great shop where the “liberation” of mankind was being fabricated. Occasionally, unmistakable signs of “progress” leaked out.

Diplomatic acceptance gave the Soviets an opportunity to call for the laborers of the world to unite. The laborers of the Soviet Union, of course, were already united.


By 1950 the world had wondered why it had opened its door to the spirit of the new times.


For those inside the party, Communism, since its beginning, has followed a straight party line. It only looks crooked from the outside.

Thanks to the tanks of the glorious Soviet Army, peace was restored in Hungary and all was quiet again on the Eastern Front.


East Germany was a full sack, but it had a leak. Day after day thousands were foolish enough to choose the West in preference to Communist Paradise.

So one morning the Wall was there, built, of course, to prevent people from the West from entering the Communist Paradise without permission.

The Soviets rode high as the standard bearer of freedom and opponent of colonialism.


Since 1917 the “liberation” of the world by the Soviets has been moving along. The Ukraine was liberated in 1918, Georgia in 1921. In 1939, with Hitler as an ally, the pace accelerated. First came the three Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Then parts of Finland, and in 1940 Bessarabia and Bukovina, were unshackled from Mother Rumania. The same occurred to eastern Poland and northern East Prussia.

Then Hitler changed the script in 1941 and put a temporary stop to the unchaining, but friendship with the West got the liberation train rolling again and gave the Soviets an opportunity to perfect their strategy.

Poland became an ally of the West, but the section liberated by Russia stayed that way. From allied Czechoslovakia the Soviets set at liberty the Carpathian Ruthenia; and from allied China the province of Tannu-Tuva, the Manchurian railroads, Dairen and Port Arthur. Not wishing to be accused of taking only from friends, Russia hastily tore up its non-aggression pact with Japan after the Nipponese were beaten, declared war and annexed Southern Sakhalin and the entire string of Kurile islands.

But emancipation was not always accomplished by formal annexation. In one year, 1945, Russia liberated friendly Poland (what was left of it), the balance of Czechoslovakia, eastern Germany, Hungary, the remains of Rumania, Bulgaria, friendly Yugoslavia and Albania. In Asia, Mongolia and northern Korea were taken into the “Peace Camp” the same way.

China was liberated in 1949 and then did some unchaining of its own. In. 1950 Tibet was unfettered, and in 1954 northern Viet Nam. In 1959 some parts of India were joined to Tibet, which has been a subject of continuous liberation.

The “Peace Camp” followers have now managed to “liberate” about 800 million people and five and one-half million square miles of land. And the tide is still rolling. The “deliverance” of Cuba by Castro has been acknowledged as a Communist open-ing wedge in the Western Hemisphere. In other Latin American countries, in new and old African states and in Asia, “progress” is very promising. And when the world is all one slave camp, there is always outer space!

Pleasant dreams children … diplomats … and politicians.


VICTOR VASHI is a gentle soul who loves babies, dogs, cats and America. A graduate of the Hungarian Royal Academy of Fine Arts, he turned cartoonist for one of Budapest, Hungary’s leading newspapers, 8 Orai Ujsag.

Mr. Vashi cartooned his way through the years of Nazi and Soviet occupation of his country. He emerged from these experiences with no visible changes in his optimistic outlook or sunny personality.

The Nazis “loved” his tart cartoons, so much so that they ordered him to stay on for fifteen years. Fortunately, he managed to be engaged elsewhere during his “trial” and never served the sentence.

The Russians later became equally “fond” of his humor. He was locked in solitary confinement and was overlooked the day they cleaned out the Godollo Prison Camp, sending all able-bodied males to Siberia. This undoubtedly saved his life, but left him available for a “death march” to another concentration camp. Thus began his Communist indoctrination.

In December of 1946 Mr. Vashi managed to escape to Austria. In the process of making his way to America, he cartooned for a number of European newspapers including the Salzburger Nachten, Weiner Kurier, Hungaria of Munich, Emigrans Szabad of Paris and Praat of Amsterdam.

Mr. Vashi seriously considered writing abook, but after thinking it over decided to tell a story in cartoons, this time for the benefit of “children and diplomats.” This primer is the result.

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