Thursday, February 08, 2007

Image Problem

Of Che Guevara and Fidel Castro

While a surfing a friend's' site , I found this picture of young Fidel Castro and Che Guevara and a fascinating story that went with it. I want to share this story with you.
It's called 'Armored Train'.

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Don't Try this on an Airplane !

If you are sitting next to someone who irritates you on a plane, train or just about anywhere...follow these instructions: (and maybe say goodbye!).

1- Quietly and calmly open up your laptop case.
2- Remove your laptop.
3- Start up.
4- Make sure the person who is annoying you, can see the screen.
5- Close your eyes and tilt your head up to the sky.6- Then hit this link:

Say Good Bye

thanks to Lori for the link, you never know who you going to sit next to, that going to ogle your stuff, and you might have to teach them a lesson.. he,he

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Chirac not worried about a nuclear armed Iran

Last week, French president Jacques Chirac said he was not concerned about the danger of Iran having “ or perhaps a second bomb…”

the French president’s purported “gaffe” was in fact a backhanded admission of a proposition official quarters in Europe and some in the United States are quietly beginning to accept, that a nuclear-armed Iran is inevitable.


Hizballah plants four large shaped bombs on Israeli-Lebanese border Monday, Feb. 5

prime minister Ehud Olmert that the war had succeeded in pushing back Hizballah positions from the south Lebanese border region.

Yeah Right


Monday, February 05, 2007

Security Crackdown In Capital Takes Shape As Attacks Kill Dozens

picture by KavkazCenter

By Joshua PartlowWashington Post Foreign Service

BAGHDAD, Feb. 5 -- Bombs and mortar shells killed more than 37 people in Baghdad on Monday, as U.S. officials said that the command structure for the new security crackdown in the capital was ready.
In the deadliest attack, a small truck rigged with explosives was detonated near a gas station in the Bayya neighborhood, killing 15 people and wounding 58, according to Col. Fakher Hussein of the Interior Ministry. A car bomb that exploded in an industrial area of central Baghdad took the lives of 13 people, he said.

The U.S. and Iraqi militaries have for months been preparing a massive security initiative aimed at quelling the daily killing in the capital.
Informed sources said about 8,000 US soldiers were expected to transfer into Baghdad or
nearby regions, joining about 15,000 US soldiers already in the capital and its suburbs.

"Maybe it'll work. Maybe it won't. It's gonna be much more than this city has ever seen and it's gonna be a rolling surge," Hechman said.

Iraqis have said they will take the lead in the operation, but US officers say they would retain oversight, at least initially.

American and Iraqi commanders are pulling together a force of about 90,000 troops, for what many see as a last-chance drive to curb the sectarian violence that has turned the city of six million people into a battlefield.

Will Arming Abbas’ Military Forces Backfire On Bush?

By: David Bedein , The Bulletin of Philladelphia

The day after the armed forces of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas shared credit for the bombing of a bakery in the Israeli port city of Eilat, which claimed the lives of three young Israelis, President Bush announced an aid package to Abbas’ armed forces.

Following that Bush announcement, Israel’s leading news internet magazine, a Hebrew news blog located at, ran an unusual newsworthy headline: “Terror Attacks with U.S. funding.”

The Unites States armed Iraq under Hussain, and Iran before, so why not the Palestinians, the US does not like to discriminate by religion or skin color !

continue readingthis article >>

It seems that Iran is in the drivers seat:

Iran’s government said on Monday it would not negotiate over its right to enrich uranium, the nuclear-fuel making process which six world powers have demanded Tehran stop to benefit from a package of incentives.
“Iran’s view on the nuclear fuel cycle has been announced … we have obtained this technology, it is our obvious right and we do not negotiate over our obvious nuclear rights,” Government spokesman Gholamhossein Elham said.

post by John Little

I don't know but I don't think this story is going to have a happy ending !