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Muslim homicide bombing comes to Sweden: Christmas shoppers, children targeted

Homicide bomber upset at this cartoon, said he wanted to kill Swedish children.

Defective car bomb goes off in series of smaller explosions.

2nd defective bomb blows up terrorist only. (Excellent!)

It’s that time of year again, my friends. It’s Christmas – so it’s time to murder children. That is according to the Muslim suicide bomber in Stockholm, Sweden. This misunderstander of the peaceful nature of Islam sent an email before trying (unsuccessfully, thank Allah) to commit mass murder. “Now your children, daughters and sisters will die…” said the email.

Two innocent Swedes were injured, unknown how badly at the time I’m writing this.

This is only the latest act of violence over the “Muhammad as Roundabout Dog” cartoon by Swedish artist Lars Vilks. Apparently misunderstanders of Islam don’t realise the peaceful nature of the Koran and believe that by murdering children they will get their 72 virgins. (Are there that many left in Sweden?) Continue reading

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Nation Newspaper publishes computer game screenshot as real photo of airport!

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Welcome to Flight Simulator’s version of of Grantley Adams International Airport! (ROTFLMBAO)

Oh this is fun! Did someone at The Nation have a little too much to drink when the article Jetblue boss wants airport upgrade was published just after midnight Friday morning?

Not only did the editor not notice that the “photograph” of Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) is a screen capture of Microsoft’s Flight Simulator computer game, they captioned the, ah, ‘photo’ as “Grantlay Adams International Airport”. I haven’t seen the dead-tree version of the paper this morning, but someone should have a look to see if the computer game “photo” made it to print.

Don’t they have a real photo of GAIA in the files at The Nation?

The Nation probably has hundreds of GAIA photos, but when it’s late at night and you’ve had a rum or three, going into the files isn’t as easy as just stealing something off the internet.

And here’s the really good part: I found the website of the Swedish chap who created the screen shot published by The Nation. It looks like the newspaper just went to Anders Svensson’s website, ripped off his copyright-protected art and used it without attribution. Continue reading

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Sweden Says Aborting Female Baby OK If You Want A Son

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I Am Woman, Hear Me Whimper…

For decades thousands of years, parents in China, India, Pakistan and other countries where women are lesser human beings have been killing daughters shortly after they are born. Sons are the best, don’t you know?

With the advent of modern medical technology, mothers are now able to kill daughters in the womb. That’s progress for you! While Asia has embraced this wonderful new empowerment, Western society has generally not looked favourably upon gender-selective abortion. Morally, it is OK for a mother to kill a child in the womb because the pregnancy is inconvenient or embarrassing, but it is not ok to kill a female baby in the womb because you want a son.

All that is changing.

Now Swedish Health Authorities have ruled that gender selection is a proper criteria for abortion.

Quite right. Who wants to have a lowly daughter when you can have a son?

And as for that stalwart defender of women’s rights, the National Organization of Women?

Silence.

Femicide as family planning?

Hey, its all about choice, doan ya know?

… Barbados Free Press tips the rum glass to Matt Drudge.

Further Reading

Gendercide Watch: Case Studies of Female Infanticide in India & China

BBC: China’s Unwanted Girls

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