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SorryI’vebeenabsentlately, beenworkingongettingmy spacebarfixed.Nolucksofar.

ButasabelatedChristmaspresent toalltheRottiesandapartingsho tforthenewyear,Ileaveyou withthis.

So, Gary Glitter likes to have sex with underage girls, doesn’t like having his picture in the papers, and is always insisting that everyone join his gang.

Is it just me, or does anyone else think he’s the reincarnation of the Prophet Mohammed?

Happy New Year pups.

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31 Responses to “A Parting Gift”

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    LC Xystus says:
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    No doubt Mr. Glitturd will be outraged that I don’t quite recall who he is was.

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    Tallulah says:
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    Heads up> Hussein Obumfuck has just signed an EXECUTIVE ORDER giving the international police organization INTERPOL carte blanche to operate within the United States WITHOUT being subject to OUR LAWS.

    Which means that if they go after any American citizen, OR our military people, they would have no protection from Interpol, no legal rights.

    THIS is a surrender of our NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY, FOLKS.

    http://www.barking-m....._away_now/

    Camp Ayers is only two steps away.

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    Tallulah says:
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    Ok, you may now pick up your implements of revolution and retribution. This is akin to treason.

    Our President [sic] has just given a left-leaning, international (which begs the question: what country do they answer to?) law enforcement agency (answer: they answer to the ICC, the folks who want to try Bush and our military for “war crimes”; the group that Bush REMOVED us from, thank you – but Obama and the commies on the left (like Ginsburg of the Supremes) want the USA both part of, and subject to) …

    He has just given them a pass on being bound by our Constitution when these FOREIGNERS operate within our borders. They do not follow American law. You have NO RIGHTS regarding their actions. They CANNOT be questioned. They DO NOT have ANY judicial oversight. Jackbooted thugs at 3:00 a.m. much?

    This is a coup in the making. Prove me wrong. Please, somebody prove me wrong.

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    JT Davis says:
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    This is a coup in the making. Prove me wrong. Please, somebody prove me wrong.

    This is much worse. You know who used to run Interpol? Hitler and the SS!

    Interpol was founded in Austria in 1923 as the International Criminal Police (ICP). Following the Anschluss (Austria’s annexation by Nazi Germany) in 1938, the organization fell under the control of Nazi Germany and the Commission’s headquarters were eventually moved to Berlin in 1942. It is unclear, however, if and to what extent the ICPC files were used to further the goals of the Nazi regime. However, from 1938 to 1945, the presidents of Interpol included Otto Steinhäusl (a general in the SS), Reinhard Heydrich (a general in the SS, and chair of the Wannsee Conference that appointed Heydrich the chief executor of the “Final solution to the Jewish question”), Arthur Nebe (a general in the SS, and Einsatzgruppen leader, under whose command at least 46,000 people were killed), and Ernst Kaltenbrunner (a general in the SS, the highest ranking SS officer executed after the Nuremberg Trial).

    After the end of World War II in 1945, the organization was revived as the International Criminal Police Organization by European Allies of World War II officials from Belgium, France, Scandinavia and the United Kingdom. Its new headquarters were established in Saint-Cloud, a town on the outskirts of Paris. They remained there until 1989, when they were moved to their present location, Lyon.

    But sadly, Hitler, The SS, the UN or the ICC has absolutely nothing to do with Interpol these days. In fact, since Interpol was in existence long before the UN or the ICC, it’s never had anything to do with either of those two NGOs. But don’t let the facts get in the way of a good freak out! It is your right as an American to complain about the silliest things you can conjure up in the fever swamps of your own minds.

    Each member country maintains a National Central Bureau (NCB) staffed by national law enforcement officers. The NCB is the designated contact point for the Interpol General Secretariat, regional bureau and other member countries requiring assistance with overseas investigations and the location and apprehension of fugitives. This is especially important in countries with many law-enforcement agencies. This central bureau is a unique point of contact for foreign entities, which may not understand the complexity of the law-enforcement system of the country they attempt to contact. For instance, the NCB for the United States of America is housed at the United States Department of Justice (DOJ). The NCB then ensures the proper transmission of information to the correct agency.

    Interpol maintains a large database charting unsolved crimes and both convicted and alleged criminals. At any time, a member nation has access to specific sections of the database and its police forces are encouraged to check information held by Interpol whenever a major crime is committed. The rationale behind this is that drug traffickers and similar criminals have international ties, and so it is likely that crimes extend beyond political boundaries.

    In 2002, following United Nations Security Council Resolution 1373 passed in the aftermath of September 11, Interpol began maintaining a database of lost and stolen identification and travel documents, allowing member countries to be alerted to the true nature of such documents when presented. Passport fraud, for example, is often performed by altering a stolen passport; in response, several member countries have worked to make online queries into the stolen document database part of their standard operating procedure in border control departments. As of early 2006, the database contained over ten million identification items reported lost or stolen, and is expected to grow more as more countries join the list of those reporting into the database.

    UNSCR 1373 was passed under Bush with an eye to make you safer. Wasn’t that during John Bolton’s tenure? The Moustache of Plato’s Retreat? Maybe it was Negroponte.

    Hello, all you nice doggies. And happy new year. I am here, once again, to give DJ a break, but to provide you with a target for your two minutes hate! Bows to His Imperial Majesty.

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    JT Davis says:
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    Here is what I have dug up on cooperation between Interpol and the ICC. very recent and pretty weak tea, I might add:

    INTERPOL issues first Red Notices on behalf of International Criminal Court
    Arabic Español Français
    01 June 2006

    LYON, France – INTERPOL has issued the first wanted persons notices on behalf of the International Criminal Court (ICC) for five individuals suspected of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Northern Uganda.

    The INTERPOL Red Notices are based on arrest warrants issued by the ICC for the men, who are all members of the ‘Lord’s Resistance Army’ and are accused of a range of offences, including murder, rape and the forced enlisting of children.

    The Red Notices have been circulated among all 184 INTERPOL member countries, and include a request to arrest and detain the individuals if found, pending surrender to the ICC.

    Among the five is the leader of the group, ‘General’ Joseph Kony, who has been charged with 12 counts of crimes against humanity and 21 counts of war crimes.

    The other four individuals are Raska Lukwiya, Vincent Otti, Okot Odhiambo and Dominic Ongwen who are also accused of war crimes, including intentionally directing an attack against a civilian population.

    The Red Notice is one of the chief ways in which INTERPOL informs its member countries that an arrest warrant has been issued for an individual by a judicial authority. It is not an international arrest warrant, however, many INTERPOL member countries consider a Red Notice a valid request for provisional arrest.

    In cases where an arrest is made based on a Red Notice, it is carried out by the national police in INTERPOL member countries. INTERPOL cannot demand that any member country arrest the subject of a Red Notice.

    The ICC, International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, United Nations Mission in Kosovo and Special Court for Sierra Leone are the only non-national governmental bodies to which INTERPOL has granted permission to request the issue of Red Notices.

    INTERPOL and the ICC signed a co-operation agreement in 2005 which also provides the ICC with access to the organization’s global police communications system, I-24/7.

    The Red Notice is the best known of INTERPOL’s six colour-coded notices – the others being Blue, Black, Green, Orange and Yellow – which serve to alert police of fugitives, suspected terrorists, dangerous criminals, missing persons or weapons threats.

    In 2005, the INTERPOL-United Nations Special Notice was created, and to date 232 have been issued for individuals who are the targets of UN sanctions against Al Qaeda and the Taliban

    For more information on the International Criminal Court and the arrest warrants please contact Christian Palme, OTP Public Information Adviser: christian.palme@icc-cpi.int or phone +31 (0)70 515 9991.

    If you like seeing people like Gary Glitter arrested, this just helps them do that. Roman Polanski as well. Henry Kissinger hasn’t been arrested or extradited since the end of the war in Vietnam so I think Bush and Cheney are safe.

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    JT Davis says:
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    Seriously, in the interest of seeing you all not lose your heads like Chicken Little over the holidays, this reminds me of the time Glenn Greenwald and his sycophants got their panties all in a bunch over “the decision to assign the 1st BCT for the CBRNE consequence management mission.”

    So I direct you all to Eugene Volokh’s take, and no liberal, he:

    The conservative blogosphere has been in a bit of a tizzy about this executive order in the last week. As far as I know, the hubbub started here and has been racing around the conservative blogosphere since then. The controversy arises because Section 2(c) of the International Organizations Immunities Act includes a statement that the “property” of covered organizations “shall be immune from search.” The thinking is that by making INTERPOL property “immune from search,” the U.S. Government is giving up U.S. sovereignty, taking a step towards a new international world order, repealing the Fourth Amendment, and the like.

    A bunch of people have asked me for my reaction to this story over the last week, and I’ve told them that I have’t blogged on it because I had a vague reaction to it but nothing particularly certain. I am not an expert on INTERPOL, and I hadn’t even heard of the International Organizations Immunities Act until last week. But the e-mails keep coming, and on the theory that some readers might be interested in my vague reaction nonetheless, here’s my tentative take: I have a somewhat hard time seeing what the genuine issues are with Obama’s Executive order.

    Read the whole thing and that should assuage your fears. I completely understand DJ’s desire to take a break. Sometimes the people on the left can be just as paranoid as the people on the right. Sometimes we actually agree, like I do with Volokh’s assessment. There just ain’t no “there” there, anymore than there was a “there” there when Greenwald and the ACLU got their panties’ all in a twist. But eternal vigilance is the price of freedom and we should all keep our eyes on what any government of ours does. That’s precisely what The Founders and Framers hoped for and intended.

    That is all.

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    JT Davis says:
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    Orin Kerr’s take.

    But again, no liberal he.

    That really is all.

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    Elephant Man says:
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    I am here, once again, to give DJ a break, but to provide you with a target for your two minutes hate!

    Yeah…..good luck with that. :em99:

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    lc purple raider says:
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    I am here, once again, to give DJ a break, but to provide you with a target for your two minutes hate!

    Well let’s see if you measure up.

    You are as wordy as DJ.

    You know how to cut and paste just like DJ.

    And you are as much of a marxist as DJ.

    And your snarking leaves much to be desired, just like DJ.

    But you are a clone, a copy, not like the original.

    You’ll just have to try harder to be a real DJ.

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    JT Davis says:
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    Or you could just run around like these kooks claiming “The New World Odor” is making us all live in a “Police State!”

    A few of those kooks hang out at left leaning sites, like Greenwald’s, but mostly they are ignored because everyone knows they are bat guano filled loonies.

    Doesn’t matter to me. I like to point and laugh at all the kooks on the intertubes, right and left.

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    LC Mike in Chi says:
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    JTDavis snorts:
    *Sniff..sniff..*Dd someone put a diaper in the oven?

    It is your right as an American to complain about the silliest things you can conjure up in the fever swamps of your own minds.

    Ooooh boy, its a chew toy!
    Another thread pirate, no doubt.
    It is my privilege, as an American to walk away, holding my nose, from anything you might comment on.
    I’ll need that sniffer to ferret out you and the rest of the rat’s nest most liberals call their minds.

    III
    P.S.–I use real ferrets.

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    LC Mike in Chi says:
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    I like to point and laugh at all the kooks on the intertubes, right and left.

    **JT, not realizing he is only pointing at a monitor, chuckles frequently and continues typing into the wee hours of the morning.**

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    marine43 says:
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    Did any of you know that El Rushbo was rushed to hospital last night with chest pains?? Maybe missed it , but should be a headline on the ” EMPIRE” so :em04: mewhere , no?

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    LC Mike in Chi says:
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    I heard Glitter’s gonna move to Florida with some family.
    Something about going to Tampa with the kids.

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    JT Davis says:
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    *Sniff..sniff..*Dd someone put a diaper in the oven?

    I’m quite certain that was David Vitter who put that diaper in your oven.

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    LC hilljohnny says:
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    Something about going to Tampa with the kids.

    :em38: BAD MIKE!!! no bisquit for you.

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    JT Davis says:
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    Did any of you know that El Rushbo was rushed to hospital last night with chest pains??

    Haven’t you heard?

    Dr. Michael J. Fox says Rushbo is just faking it.

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    LC PrimEviL says:
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    “The New World Odor” is making us all live in a “Police State!”

    As a matter of fact, we are. One cannot step outside without being subject to Police scrutiny, and possibly,
    action. “Probable cause” has devolved to mean an Officer doesn’t like the way you walk, (what you got in
    your shorts? Have you been drinking?, ect.), or the way you look, (looking on the “dodgey” side here) or just
    being in the “wrong place”, Like this Couple
    who got lost in Baltimore, Md.

    Then there’s the plethora of “infractions” and “violations” of regulations and codes that can result in police
    action if one does not roll over and play dead for the beauracracy. We are living in a beauracratic
    regulatory police state.

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    LC PrimEviL says:
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    ………….. beenworkingongettingmy spacebarfixed.Nolucksofar.

    Guess you’ll have to talk to the wife about that. :em01:
    *ducks and dives for cover, chortling wildly*

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    LC Mike in Chi says:
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    “And the beat goes on…”

    I’m quite certain that was…

    The Wonkette?!!?!
    JT has Putrified Terminal Socialist Disorder, there is no cure.
    Yep, gonna have to get some rat terriors, find all the nests and eradicate the vermin.
    Soon, very soon.

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    LC Mike in Chi says:
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    J T D says:

    That’s precisely what The Founders and Framers hoped for and intended.

    “A coward is much more exposed to quarrels than a man of spirit.” –Thomas Jefferson
    “Experience teaches us that it is much easier to prevent an enemy from posting themselves than it is to dislodge them after they have got possession.” –George Washington
    “Experience hath shewn, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.” –Thomas Jefferson
    And:

    That is all.

    Unlikely, it seems.

    III
    “Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the peoples’ liberty’s teeth.” –George Washington
    P.S.–That’s what they were talkin’ ’bout.

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    LC Getalis, Imperial Czar of Pharmacology says:
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    Did any of you know that El Rushbo was rushed to hospital last night with chest pains?? Maybe missed it , but should be a headline on the ” EMPIRE” so :em04: mewhere , no?

    And it doubtlessly will, should things take a turn for the worse. Despite the sick wishes of the tolerant, open-minded Left, I don’t see that happening.

    Rush’s condition has been updated to “Stable”, and he’s currently resting in one of the two hospitals Bongo claims to have been born in.

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    Grammar Czar says:
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    Any bets on whether Bonzo can stay away from his golf game long enough to visit Rush (assuming, that is, that Rush would want to see him)?

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    JT Davis says:
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    “The New World Odor” is making us all live in a “Police State!”

    LC PrimEviL says: As a matter of fact, we are. One cannot step outside without being subject to Police scrutiny, and possibly,
    action. “Probable cause” has devolved to mean an Officer doesn’t like the way you walk, (what you got in
    your shorts?

    I don’t disagree with your perceptions but I still find the term “national surveillance state” more apt. Defining “police state” can run into all the same difficulties of definition any other problematic term does, but in most “police states” more people are trying to sneak out than sneak in and wouldn’t you agree that hardly sounds like America today?

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    JT Davis says:
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    LC PrimEvil,

    Also, we have two competing values in our Criminal Justice system: The “due process model” and the “crime control model”. Guess which one is most dominant today?

    Herbert Packer

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    JT Davis says:
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    P.S.–That’s what they were talkin’ ’bout.

    I’m glad you read the Founders

    I read the Founders and Framers extensively. And read the same authors and thinkers they read, (Locke, Smith, Montesquieu, Rousseau) as well as the ancient Greeks and Romans that they in turn read.

    “As Mankind becomes more liberal, they will be more apt to allow that all those who conduct themselves as worthy members of the community are equally entitled to the protections of civil government. I hope ever to see America among the foremost nations of justice and liberality.”

    - George Washington

    “I am certainly not an advocate for frequent and untried changes in laws and constitutions. I think moderate imperfections had better be borne with; because, when once known, we accommodate ourselves to them, and find practical means of correcting their ill effects. But I know also, that laws and institutions must go hand in hand with the progress of the human mind. As that becomes more developed, more enlightened, as new discoveries are made, new truths disclosed, and manners and opinions change with the change of circumstances, institutions must advance also, and keep pace with the times. We might as well require a man to wear still the same coat which fitted him when a boy, as civilized society to remain ever under the regimen of their barbarous ancestors.”
    Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Kercheval, July 12, 1810

    As always, one must find the meaning of any quotations in their original context. It has been my experience that few men have contradicted themselves more than Thomas Jefferson. I do not find this particularly problematic as his thoughts and opinions developed and changed over his lifetime. He was a complex human being.

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    Also, we have two competing values in our Criminal Justice system: The “due process model” and the “crime control model”. Guess which one is most dominant today?

    well whatever the model, it needs to be overhauled. the current model of giving criminals multiple chances has cost us six law enforcement officers gunned down in 8 weeks up here in Washington state.

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    LC Mike in Chi says:
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    I read the Founders and Framers extensively. And read the same authors and thinkers they read, (Locke, Smith, Montesquieu, Rousseau) as well as the ancient Greeks and Romans that they in turn read.

    So, if your swell head is so full of it. Why is it that you want to still up the rabble here?
    To really appreciate your intellectual superiority. (and Googleing skills) why don’t go hang at the Daily Kos? They would tremble at your moral omniscient and nuanced humor!

    **Gadzooks! Do all these LLLs follow The Book of Meme™ or some such.
    Yadda, yadda…you’re all idiots…yadda, yadda, yadda…oh yeah, well nana-nana-boo-boo, I’m better then you…yadda, yadda…you’re not capable of grasping the whole picture…yadda, yadda…if you only knew what I know…
    Ho-Hum…what can one do but bat at it serendipitously, hoping for a useful morsel or two.

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    LC Getalis, Imperial Czar of Pharmacology says:
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    Ever notice how leftards always see it fit to make 3+ consecutive posts in response to some perceived slight? I suspect it’s akin to a skunk readying its anal scent glands in preparation for battle, as the aftermath is usually the same.



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