Dutch Politician Commits Delayed Suicide, Clock Ticking

Filed under:War on Terror — posted by 3wire on 1/24/2008 @ 11:54 pm

I’m starting a pool on how this guy, Geert Wilders, will be killed. He plans to air a short film he made criticizing Islam.
He has 24 hour security.
He will die.

I see a trend. More and more courageously outspoken people say what they think about a certain religion and then crazy Islamofascists kill them. I think we need a term for this, Koranicide? Auto-Islamic Asphyxiation? I don’t know, I’m open to suggestions. Eventually it will become so dangerous to express your views that I predict Britain will ban criticism of the Koran or Islam as part of a public health issue.

From Fox

“People who watch the movie will see that the Koran is very much alive today, leading to the destruction of everything we in the Western world stand for, which is respect and tolerance,” Wilders, the 41-year-old leader of the right-wing Party for Freedom, said last month in a telephone interview with FOXNews.com.


So what do yo think? Shot down in the street? Stabbed? Beheaded? Exploded to death by a car bomb? My money is on a big car bomb that takes out his whole security team as well a a dozen or so “innocent” bystanders because, as you know, “Allah is Fair in Love and Jihad”.

Afghan Student Sentenced to Death for Downloading Paper Against Islam

Filed under:War on Terror — posted by 3wire on @ 9:46 am

From: Fox

KABUL, Afghanistan — An Afghan court on Tuesday sentenced a 23-year-old journalism student to death for distributing a paper he printed off the Internet that three judges said violated the tenets of Islam, an official said.

Blessed Are the Picture Makers…NOT! -Muhammad

Filed under:Culture War,War on Terror — posted by 3wire on 1/22/2008 @ 9:42 am

This is from my friend Daniel, artist, designer, evil picture maker.

“Sahih Bukhari is a collection of sayings and deeds of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), also known as the Sunnah. Contained in this revered Islamic scripture, the prophet Mohammed, the founder of the Islamic faith, was quoted saying, “The people who will receive the severest punishment from Allah will be the picture makers” (Sahih Bukhari, Book 024, Number 5270); “…the most grievously tormented people on the Day of Resurrection would be the painters of pictures”(Book 024, Number 5271).”

I think I’m in trouble…better hope they don’t take over the US – I’ll be one of the first herded onto the stainless steel boxcars.

Yeah, those picture makers, they are pure evil.

Team Creates Rat Heart Using Cells of Baby Rats

Filed under:Technology — posted by 3wire on 1/14/2008 @ 11:15 am

From: Accelerating-Intelligence News

University of Minnesota researchers created a beating rat heart in a laboratory by using the valves and outer structure of a dead rat’s heart as scaffolding for new heart cells injected from newborn rats.

Scientists should be able to grow a human heart by taking stem cells from a patient’s bone marrow and placing them in a cadaver heart prepared as a scaffold.

Big Brother Wants to Control Your Thermostat

Filed under:Bill of Rights — posted by 3wire on @ 9:48 am

From: Fox

California energy regulators are considering taking control of residents’ thermostats, giving them the ability to control the temperatures of homes during energy crises, the New York Times reports.

The California Energy Commission is expected to vote on the rules next month, which would give utilities the power to control home thermostats via radio control to manage electricity shortages, the paper reports.

Glenn Beck Surgery

Filed under:Science — posted by Q Ball on 1/4/2008 @ 3:15 pm

I had not heard that there was something wrong with Glenn Beck, but apparently he had surgery during the past week and things did not go well. He has posted a video online explaining what happened and how it has changed him.

Unlocked Media – “DRM Free”

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Technology — posted by 3wire on @ 11:10 am

From: Neuros

“DRM Free” isn’t just a political statement, but a real consumer benefit: such files are compatible with virtually everything, any PC, Windows, Linux or Mac, and virtually any handheld, from iPods and iPhones to Sony PSPs and smartphones of all flavors. Suddenly the idea of branding those “unlocked” files started to make perfect sense.


image: detail of installation by Bronwyn Lace