Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Things I read - December 16, 2008

The Guilt Song (Fuck the poor)
Video. Have a sardonic laugh.

Bush On Al Qaeda Not Existing In Iraq Before Invasion: ‘So What?’
Video. How did this creepy clown manage to dupe a nation? Makes you wonder.

Capitalism Hits the Fan: A Marxian View
Video of a lecture.

Bush shoe-ing worst Arab insult
Send your shoe to the White House, if it makes you feel better. Really...better than a letter which won't be read. Many are doing it.

Official: Shoe-thrower in Iraqi military custody
Heros must risk the wrath of monsters.

Sarkozy comments spark Iran row
Everytime Sarkozy opens his mouth, we see new evidence that he is aligned with USA/Israel interests instead of the European Union's well being.

Iran stays away from Paris meeting over Sarkozy's remarks
Send a shoe to Sarkozy too.

Iran summons French envoy over Sarkozy's remarks

Legal papers served via Facebook
Ah yes, must be careful on the net these days; especially if you are losing your house. (exactly where a homeless person will set up their computer is, I guess, not important)

Americans rich and poor pawn more to pay bills
Looks like Americans can live without all their 'stuff' afterall.

Another blow to NATO's supplies
Putin must have a grin ear to ear.

Cheney admits authorizing detainee's torture
The video at the bottom of this page is particularly chilling. Especially in slow motion.

Liquid electricity from the photon farm

Cheney accused of blocking Californian bid to cut car fumes

Nanosolar: Power to the people

A truly fascinating look at the energy sources available to common people.

End of an era: last pre-Olympic snapshot (updated)

The big melt: 2 trillion tons of ice gone since '03

News 2008 in pictures

Bush On Al Qaeda Not Existing In Iraq Before Invasion: ‘So What?’

Suburban Guerrilla

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