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Stoning: Execution by Torture
Stoning, or lapidation, is a form of capital punishment whereby a group throws stones at a person until the person dies. No individual among the group can be identified as the one who kills the convict, yet everyone involved plainly bears some degree of moral culpability — including the crowd of fans who never fail to make a huge turnout.
This is in contrast to the case of a judicial executioner. Slower than other forms of execution, stoning is a form of execution by torture.
Stoning is an extremely popular bloodsport among Muslims due to the brutality, torture and carnage involved. Muslims love watching other human beings suffer, bleed, and die a slow, painful death. The bloodier, the greater the suffrage and the most brutal methods of execution seem to exponentially excite Muslims.
Q: How do Muslims reconcile such archaic and cruel executions by torture with their so-called “religion of peace”?
A: They cannot because Islam’s supposed “religion of peace” is just another death cult built upon a bed of lies.
Fudge it: To finish something as if you know what you are doing when you clearly do not.
The Silent Generation
people born between 1925 and 1945
The Baby Boomers
people born between 1946 and 1964
people born between 1965 and 1982
Generation Y (See below)
people born between 1983 and 1997
Beer drinkers sue to stop InBev-Bud merger
They contend deal would create a monopoly in United States brew market
ST. LOUIS – Ten angry beer drinkers are trying to derail the largest brewery takeover in history.
The group filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday claiming Belgium-based InBev’s $52 billion purchase of Anheuser-Busch Cos. Inc. would violate U.S. antitrust law if completed as planned in the coming months.
The suit, filed in Anheuser-Busch’s hometown of St. Louis, does not seek financial damages but asks a judge to block the deal. The Department of Justice often reviews large acquisitions to determine if they are legal under U.S. law. But attorneys behind the lawsuit said they want to halt the deal regardless of the verdict in Washington.
“The Justice Department can do whatever they want. They have no absolutely no effect on private actions,” (more…)
Anti-Mullah: Iran Hiding Uncontrolled AIDS Epidemic while worrying about sanctions? And Executing Dozens At A Time
Two brothers, named Alai, both doctors in Islamic Iran, specializing for over the past decade in AIDS and HIV treatment and control, have both been arrested and are being held incommunicado.
Reports from Islamic Iran indicate the arrests stem initially from a disclosure by the two doctors of the huge disproportionate rate of AIDS in the holy city of Gohm, south of Tehran specially among the students at schools for those aspiring to join the ranks of the clergy.
In addition, reports say that ayatollahs and the other senior mullahs and regime officials apparently number among those who have contracted AIDS from the pool of infected students in Gohm and elsewhere throughout the Islamic Nation. Continue reading at Anti-Mullah
This Bud’s for You
Beers brewed in Holland have become wildly popular recently, especially among Americans. That’s why Anheuser-Busch, Budweiser’s brewers, just announced it’s to be sold to In-Bev, a Dutch company, flush in money from sales in America, but hungry to expand throughout our mega-market.
But at least we still own our bourbon manufacturers. For instance,Wild Turkey, revered by bourbon officianados for it’s taste and its quintessential American taste, is, wait one cotton-picking minute…did you know the Wild Turkey company is part of the beverage company Pernod Ricard of France? And did you know the Arabs wanted to buy the company, just to stick it in every red-blooded American’s eye, but due to Islamic prohibitions against alcohol, the alcohol-loving hypocritical mega-rich Arabs had to use the money to fund terrorists instead?
What’s the world coming to?
Posted in Executions, tagged Adonis, Christ, Christianity, Corinthians, crucified, Dionysius, Executions, Franklin W. Young, God, Howard Clark Kee, Jesus, Judaism, Karlfried Froehlich, Messiah, New Testament, Osiris on June 23, 2008 | Leave a Comment »
The authors of “Understanding The New Testament” (by Howard Clark Kee, Franklin W. Young and Karlfried Froehlich) wrote:
“the preachers of the Gospel claimed that Judaism did not really understand the import of its own scriptures, but that the Christians did. What the God of Israel intended and what he had promised were now actually fulfilled in the coming of Jesus as Messiah and in its consequent effects on the Christian community.
The Greek hearers of the Gospel had just as great difficulty with it, though on different grounds. They were familiar with claims of various religions that a certain divine man or a certain god masquerading as a man–whether Osiris or Adonis or Dionysius–had died and then been restored to life, thereby becoming savior of those who worshiped him. But the claim that an historical figure who had been recently executed as a criminal had now been exalted by God and was the savior of the world–such a claim was utterly foolish. In full recognition of ‘the folly of what we preach’ (I Cor. 1:21), Paul continued to proclaim to Greeks the ‘foolish’ message of Jesus Christ crucified and risen from the dead.”
Posted in Executions, Nukes, tagged Caribbean Monk Seal, Columbus, Evolution, Executions, extinct, extinction, Habitat for Humanity, Jimmy Carter, NOAA, Nukes, rum on June 17, 2008 | Leave a Comment »
Jimmy Carter and Muslims Love Themselves and Hate This World
In this world where self-proclaimed “holy Muslims” slit people’s throats,
In this world where Nazis and their allies lie about and kill Jews,
In this world where Arabs kill Black Africans and steal their land with impunity, (more…)
American “Blogging Mom” Jane Novak is famous in Yemen. Not with the government but with the people. Vicki from “Not Ready For My Burqua” is another tireless blogger for human rights.
Posted in Cartoons, tagged car bomb, Cartoons, Danish embassy, Denmark, Funniest Prophet, Humor, Islam is Funny, Islamabad, Mohammed, MohammedFlintstone, Muhammed, MuslimSatire on June 2, 2008 | 1 Comment »
Looks like some Muslims still don’t get the joke.
Bombing in retaliation to cartoons kills 9.
A suicide car bomb outside Denmark’s embassy in Pakistan killed up to nine people and wounded 30 yesterday in a possible new backlash over offensive cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, state media and officials said. (more…)
Posted in Cartoons, Muslim, tagged al-Qaida attack, car bomb, Cartoons, Danish embassy, Denmark, Islamabad, Islamic militants, Mo the False Prophet, Mohammed, Muhammed, Muslim, Muslim militants, Prophet, terrorist threat on June 2, 2008 | Leave a Comment »
Just when you thought the hothead Muslims had finally forgotten about those Mohammed cartoons published in Denmark in 2005, was it really that long ago, you find out angry Islamic militants are still doing their best to make the word “mad” mean something…
Revenge for Danish Cartoons Blamed for Pakistan Blast
by Gary Thomas
Analysts say the perpetrators of a car bombing at the Danish embassy in Islamabad Monday appear to have adhered to the old proverb that revenge is a dish best served cold.
You know those Survivor Guy Shows on TV?
Since I know what’s edible and what’s not, I told my kids that guy didn’t know what he was talking about. They knew deep in their hearts that I knew better than the nature faker, but this ought to put the last nail in that guy’s coffin:
Last summer, the Discovery Channel temporarily suspended airing its hit survivalist show Man vs. Wild. The producer admitted that the protagonist would get help from staff or spend nights in hotels — all along claiming to rough it alone in the world’s most inhospitable places. Yet, Man vs. Wild was not the first high-profile case of possible “frontier fakery.”
In August 1913, Joseph Knowles, a former Boston Post illustrator, one-time trapper, hunting guide and Navy man, went into the Maine woods on a solitary retreat. Starting out with nothing, not even clothes, Knowles thrived for two months by catching fish, gathering roots and berries, and killing game, the Post recounted in frequent updates.
Knowles’ feat was touted as a “scientific experiment” to demonstrate that humans could still make it when deprived of the conveniences of modern life. He was a short-lived media sensation.
But soon after Knowles’ triumphant return to Boston, another newspaper printed an exposé: Knowles had received help all along. He had spent time drinking beer at a lodge. And the bear skin he sported during many public appearances hosted bullet holes. Motavalli enriches the narration with historical context. But perhaps more important, Motavalli explores the enduring significance of the wilderness in American culture.
Tests conducted after Senator Teddy Kennedy suffered a seizure this past weekend reveal he has a tumor in his left parietal lobe. After it was biopsied it was identified as a malignant glioma.