The scumbag Islamic terroristÂ group ISIS has murdered 150 women who refused to “marry” their fighters.
At least 150 women who refused to marry militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL,Â were executed in the western Iraqi province of Al-Anbar, Iraq’s Ministry of Human Rights said.
According to a ministry statement released Tuesday, ISIL militants carried out a number of attacks in Fallujah and buried the victims in mass graves in one of the cityâ€™s neighborhoods.
“At least 150 females, including pregnant women, were executed in Fallujah by a militant named Abu Anas Al-Libi after they refused to accept jihad marriage,”Â the statement said. “Many families were also forced to migrate from the provinceâ€™s northern town of Al-Wafa after hundreds of residents received death threats.” Â Â Read more »
EMA boss Kim â€śThe Campbell Clownâ€ť Campbell canâ€™t be too much longer in his job.
Members of the EMA board have called the tipline begging not to be included in the Christmas Countdown series.
They reckon they didnâ€™t know anything about what The Campbell Clown was up to when he decided to launch a campaign to steal $2.1 billion in Vector shares from the people of Auckland and South Auckland and cancel their $335 Christmas dividend and give the shares and money to Len Brown so he can build his trainset.
They didnâ€™t know The Campbell Clown had come under the spell of Michelle â€śThe Boaganâ€ť Boag.
Well it may be too late for the EMA board.Â Look what fell off the back of the bus: Â Read more »
Actor Seth Rogen has blasted members of the media for publishing email messages stolen during a hack attack on Sony Pictures’ databases last month.
He told US radio host Howard Stern: “It’s stolen information… I think it’s f***** up that anyone is talking about it. And I’m OK talking about my s**t, honestly, because I don’t f****** care that much, and the stuff that was stolen from me on the grand scale of s*** is not that bad, but it’s f****** stolen. I do think it’s f***** up that everyone is doing exactly what these criminals want…
“All of this information would literally just be sitting on some obscure corner of the internet if it wasn’t for these news articles exposing the information…
“I can’t believe people are just so happy be like, ‘Look at this stolen information. Hey, let’s f****** read it.’ (The email authors) are not doing anything illegal. They’re not trying to fool you as the consumer. They’re having private correspondence with one another.”
Since the cyberattack, the group calling themselves Guardians of Peace have released stolen files featuring celebrities’ salaries, personal information, upcoming movies such as Annie and a wealth of emails, which have publicly embarrassed or landed some Hollywood execs in hot water.
The hackers have since escalated threats, referencing the 9/11 attack in their latest chilling message, which warns people off going to see Rogen’s latest film The Interview at cinemas (the Department of Homeland Security says it hasn’t found any evidence to suggest there is an active plot against US movie theatres).
The Interview, about a TV presenter and a sidekick who set out on a mission to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, has angered North Korea, who called it an “act of war”.
Seth expresses with a lot more swear words than me my sentiments exactly. No criminal activity was exposed by the hackers criminal activity. Sony has done nothing illegal. All that has been exposed was private correspondence that no one has the right to see. The only reason the information can be used to blackmail and threaten Sony is because the Media are prepared to use the stolen information that they have no right to use.
I am sick to death of the old ‘ public interest defence.’ When it comes to the famous, the public are interested in every detail about them. There is nothing, no matter how private or personal that they would not want to know, therefore nothing is protected, nothing!
We foolishly thought that the MSM at least would limit themselves to communications involving politics when our stolen information was given to them. The day Rachel Smalley spoke on NewstalkZB about a conversation between Cam and an upset friend with relationship problems, the ‘ lardo heifer’ had the gall to not only talk about it, but to attack them for what they said about women! We realised then that there was no line that the MSM would not cross.
Today I found another article highlighting the law of unintended consequences.
A Korean Air Lines executive’s tantrum over bagged nuts in a first-class cabin is drawing enough attention to give Hawaii’s macadamia nut industry a boost.
Cho Hyun-ah, an airline vice president of cabin service and daughter of the company’s chairman, ordered a flight attendant off a Dec. 5 flight from New York City after she was served macadamia nuts in a bag instead of on a plate.
The incident dubbed “nut rage” imploded her career, embarrassed her family and led to an unexpected boom in sales of macadamias in South Korea.
Some producers told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser that’s also helping Hawaii’s $38 million macadamia nut industry, which accounts for more than 700 farms and eight processing plants.
“Any type of publicity is good for the industry,” Hawaii Macadamia Nut Association President John Cross said. “Macadamia nuts are not well-known outside of Hawaii and the West Coast. If they were as well-known in the Central and Eastern U.S., there wouldn’t be enough nuts to supply demand.”…
..“If anything should be served on a silver tray, it should be macadamia nuts,” Richard Schnitzler, president of Hamakua Macadamia Nut Co., said with a laugh, referring to the inflight outburst. “It’s a high-quality nut. It’s understandable how that can happen.”
…Macadamias are now a household name in South Korea, and with curiosity about their taste piqued, sales are booming.
Below are a few more examples of the law of unintended consequences in action:
Chairman Fenton â€śJong-Unâ€ť Wilson of the extremely dodgy Hawkes Bay Regional Council is so wedded to his socialist dam he has written a snarky and unpleasant attack on a fellow councillor.
As chairman of the Hawke’s Bay Regional Council (HBRC) I was interested to read my fellow Councillor Peter Beaven’s Talking Point on Monday where he still seems confused about the realities of the Ruataniwha proposal.
Well Chairman â€śJong-Unâ€ť Wilson, maybe he is confused but he is not as confused and deluded as a man who has promoted an extremely dodgy dam using science whose proponent admitted was not fit for purpose in a Board of Inquiry.
And he is probably not as confused as a man who has refused to listen to alternative views saying that turning the Tukituki Toxic is not permissible in law.Â Read more »
Bernard McGrath can finally be named.
He is the filthy pedo scumbag who has been fighting his extradition to Australia where he is facing 250 charges of interfering with boys while a Catholic priest.
A High Court judge has rejected the bid by former Catholic brother Bernard Kevin McGrath to overturn the Minister of Justice’s decision to grant his extradition to Australia to face sex charges.
Justice Cameron Mander’s decision was issued at the Christchurch High Court today, two weeks after he spent half a day hearing submissions on the judicial review of the decision by former Justice Minister Judith Collins.
Australia is seeking the extradition of McGrath, 65, to face 252 child sex abuse charges there.
Justice Mander said today: “I conclude that the Minister made no reviewable error in making her decision that McGrath be surrendered to the Commonwealth of Australia. The application for review is declined.”
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Â Who watches the watchmen?
How would you feel if The Herald, Fairxfax, The Press, The Dominion Post, Mediaworks, TV3… and so on, had access to all the people in your contact list? Â How about, all the web sites you visit? Â How about all the other software you run? Â How about your bookmarks?
It’s all a matter of trust. Â (Part 1)
Trust is a big thing these days. Â Information about us is recorded everywhere, often without our knowledge. Â And some of it is shared. Â Also without our knowledge.
Finally, some organisations actively set out to gather information from and about you, and they may not be upfront as to why they do it, what they do, and how they use the information afterward.
One area in our lives where information is just sucked out of us at a great rate of knots is through our electronic Internet-connected devices.
For example, I knowingly give Google access to all my emails, all my photos, all my contacts, because as an organisation they have told me they do it, they told me how they are going to use it, and I have the ability to remove any or all of it from their control at any time. Â I also trust them to stop using my information if I withdraw it.
Similarly, I provide information to my insurance company. Â They need a lot of it to assess the risk they are taking on. Â I understand this. Â I also understand that they will not take that information and use it in a way that isn’t related to risk assessment for my policies, or using it for generalised demographical statistical analysis.
Here is a question I’d like you to ponder:
How would you feel if The Herald, Fairxfax, The Press, The Dominion Post, Mediaworks, TV3… and so on, had access to all the people in your contact list? Â How about, all the web sites you visit? Â How about all the other software you run? Â How about your bookmarks? Â Read more »
Can you tell the difference between the man on the left and the man on the right? Both have committed acts of terror on the population.Both wave black flags when they do so and claim to be doing it for an Islamic terrorist organisation and both have killed the innocent.However one of them the MSM has decided is not a terrorist for the following reasons….