Rescued from Memory Hole: “Fjordman: Marrying a Muslim Man?” – the Complete Thread

I think everyone would agree, it is quite strange that the newly anointed, quintessential HQ for “Bigot Brigade” bashing would have something like this buried in the closet:

littlegreenfootballs.com/article/20633_Fjordman-_Marrying_a_Muslim_Man

But sure enough, that article was there in the LGF archives for May 18, 2006, but like the aforementioned “Fjordman” threads, it has been scrubbed (not that CJ’s hiding anything, remember).

The Boiler Room had it sitting in a bucket for a while, so what the heck? Here it is, in all its glory:

(the link goes to that blog of @lizardoid’s own creation, Jihad Watch: read the fine print)

 

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1 song_and_dance_man[deleted]  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:39:08pm
2 Jimmy The Clam  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:42:13pm replyquote
3 Jimmy The Clam  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:44:16pm replyquote

This one is a beaut too:

“I was just a stepping stone to a green card,” said one victim of visa fraud. “I married a terrorist. I married somebody who did not like America, who didn’t like Americans.” I have known one or two of these stepping-stones. Some are complete innocents, others don’t want to know. But it is not always the Green Card alone. Sometimes it is the Green Card, and the stepping-stone’s property, or even inheritance, as well. And it happens all over Europe as well as in North America and Australia. Indeed, one can find guides on Muslim websites for the “muhajiroun” (Holy Warriors) as to the advantages of marrying an Infidel woman. And since women are essentially chattel, who really cares what happens to them?

4 zombie  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:44:21pm replyquote

OT, but related in a sense, since it involves Scandinavia, Muslims and unhappiness:

Danish “Dance of Death” book from 1762 with poem of Death speaking to “The Turk” (i.e. Muslims):

Death to the Turk

Barbarian! who steps on the cross of Christ with your feet,(2)
and who are pleased with the impostor Mahomet (3);
In the dance of death you must now dance with me,
and receive the wages of your wickedness(4) by false witnesses(5).
The paradise of lust that Mahomet describes,
shall be revealed for you in a moment;
But if you don’t get a company of maidens,
then a flock of devils will certainly meet you there.
My arrow shall soon stand in your infidel heart.
What your inveteracy did not learn in time,
you will receive knowledge of in eternity,
where you shall stand beside your Mahomet.

The Turk to Death

Will you separate me from this life so murderously,
and represent my paradise as Hell?
Then you are the tyrant that the word calls you,
who’s great greed is most insatiable.
I will not be blessed by Christ’s cross and death.
The prophet Mahomet shall give me his heaven.
If his paradise it not full of sensual pleasures,
then no Turk has accused him for the hope.
Something in my soul moves by the arrival of Death;
but that must be terror, that Death brings along.
I won’t care for conscience.
Open up the eternity and just close Life’s door.

* * * *

When Death lays hand on evil and infidel heart,
the soul surely experiences a part of Hell’s pain.
Although its inveteracy doesn’t admit it;
but between hope and fear goes the way of all flesh

5 JammieWearingFool  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:44:35pm replyquote

C’mon, they’re just exercising their right to choose.

Sure, they’re choosing a slow suicide, but who are we to judge?

sarc tag necessary?

6 Occasional Reader  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:44:53pm replyquote

Fjordman: Marrying a Muslim Man?

I certainly hope not.

7 DesertSage  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:45:24pm replyquote

when the relationship with her Muslim husband ended, he signalled quite clearly that their child was “his property.”

For some strange reason, he also wanted to keep the cat

8 Canadastani  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:45:38pm replyquote

There was a series of WSJ/ OpinionJournal articles about American women stuck in Saudi, the Saudi government’s unwillingness to let them out or, if they got out, to visit their kids. The US Embassy was not any more helpful either.
Fact is, once a Western woman arrives there, equality before the law is simply not on the agenda.

9 JammieWearingFool  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:46:45pm replyquote

Oh, the fun one can have with headlines:

Feingold, Specter Clash Over Gay Marriage

It seems Russ didn’t respect Arlen’s taste in draperies.

10 traveler  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:48:27pm replyquote

Yes, Sally Field played the part of Betty Mahmoody in Not Without My Daughter

The movie was great. The book was a page turner. I have a daughter and the feeling of being trapped and not being able to leave — unless I left her behind — was a nightmare to imagine.

11 Kragar (proud to be kafir)  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:48:51pm replyquote

#7 DesertSage

ROFL

12 zombie  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:48:55pm replyquote

#1 song_and_dance_man
Didn’t Sally Field do a movie about this kind of thing?

Yup — it was called “Not Without My Daughter.”

The modern moonbat inversion of that film is the hideous “Yes” from 2004, starring Joan Allen who has guilt-sex with a Muslim guy as atonement for being a white oppressor. This is shown as a good thing.

Plus, all the dialog is in rhythmic verse.

Worst movie of the decade, so far.

13 Cartman  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:49:17pm replyquote

How naive/ignorant/desperate can one be? They did not have at least an inkling that this would be their fate? I’m sorry, but little or no sympathy here on my end.

14 Da_Beerfreak  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:51:29pm replyquote

#6 Occasional Reader 5/18/2006 02:44PM PDT

Fjordman: Marrying a Muslim Man?

I certainly hope not.

You just can’t be too careful now days when writing a headline. {:-)

15 Fjordman  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:54:34pm replyquote

How naive/ignorant/desperate can one be?

About this much.

Thanks for the link, Charles.

16 Tuna  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:55:06pm replyquote

So, somebody please explain to me why a girl/woman gets an honor killing for marrying or dating a non-muslim.

-The Tuna

17 song_and_dance_man[deleted]  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:59:05pm
18 bweep  Thu, May 18, 2006 12:59:42pm replyquote

#14 Da_Beerfreak
#6 Occasional Reader

Fjordman: Marrying a Muslim Man?
I certainly hope not.

Well he’d certainly be in for a shock when he lifted my hijab.

19 Occasional Reader  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:02:42pm replyquote

I knew a very attractive, well-educated young American woman from my law firm days, who was dating a hip young Saudi guy. This guy was lost of fun to be around, friendly to all… and had let it be known that, among other things, no, he didn’t think women should be allowed to drive.

Always wondered what happened to her.

20 Occasional Reader  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:03:04pm replyquote

“lots” of fun, pimf

21 Fjordman  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:06:29pm replyquote

Fjordman: Marrying a Muslim Man?

Not in the immediate future, no. I’ll stay single for while.

22 KevinV  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:08:23pm replyquote

Let me tell you a Department of State story along these lines:

While I was a FSO I got to know a very experienced Consular officer who has served most of his time in NEA (Near Eastern Affairs, i.e. the Islamic World more or less).

He told me of getting a call late one night from Marine One, the main Marine guard post at our embassies, telling him that a woman claiming to be an American was there and she was hysterical.

Our guy being a good conoff gets up, dressed and has a driver take him to the Embassy, which is in the capital of a major Arab state.

The woman is American, as is quickly obvious. He talks to her. She’s been beaten for two years. She has a Muslim husband, and two children, both boys. The boys beat her as well. She takes off her hijab and she still has bright-red hand marks around her throat from where she’s been nearly strangled to death that evening.

“I want to go home,” she says.

What to do? She can’t get on a plane because she is unaccompanyied by an adult male relative, she has no passport (husband had hidden it), no money of her own, no credit cards, nothing.

Our conoff makes the call: he’s going to do something about it. He works the telephones, gets part of the staff into the embassy. It’s 3am, first plane to London leaves at 7.30, British Airways.

First, they take her picture and do an emergency passport.

Second, they do the emergency loan bit, get her a ticket and some pocket cash.

Third, they drive her to the airport.

Now, big problem: customs and immigration. Our guy goes round and round with the local officials, but they won’t budge. They know something is up.

“Where is her husband? Why is she travelling”.

At this point, the conoff told me that one should never lie in the service of the United States Government.

He then proceeds to tell us that he told the immigration authorities that he would march into the “Prince’s” office that morning to complain about them if they didn’t let her board the plane.

She boards, escapes. The next day he gets a call from her at her mom’s house in Iowa, safe. Free. Not afraid.

Within two days the local authorties are loudly complaining to the Embassy. Presented with an official diplomatic note to explain themselves, the Embassy replied that it had no record of any such woman coming to the embassy.

He’s a good FSO, that man. Liar or no!

23 Cartman  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:09:11pm replyquote

To Kris, the key to a foreign woman’s success in Egypt is conformity: “I have foreign friends in Egypt fighting against what they don’t like; they end up feeling lost and frustrated. If you don’t conform, you will be on the outside. If you don’t go with the status quo in Egypt, you will be rejected.” She points out that Egyptians refuse to cope with what’s foreign, what they don’t know.

Memo to Kris: Come to America! All are accepted; foreigner, miscreant, terrorist, illegal, etc. Our creeping socialism embraces that concept! The best of all worlds!

And the guys really don’t demand all that much.

/sarc

24 Murqtaad  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:10:41pm replyquote

When I was in school, about 10 years ago, I worked with to muslim egyptians. One of whom married an American woman. About 1 year later I saw his name and pic in the paper for battery… on her. This is not some stereotype, these assholes have no class. I also remember one of the infidel deliverymen getting assaulted after a religious discussion… he had the nerve to say, “fuck allah”, I had to intervene and calm our muslim *friends* down with a, “he doesn’t know what he said.”. Not being a dhimmi, but even then I knew what loonies these guys were.

25 Geepers  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:12:03pm replyquote

Tuna (#16),

So, somebody please explain to me why a girl/woman gets an honor killing for marrying or dating a non-muslim.

The official answer:

Ruling on a Muslim man marrying a non-Muslim woman and vice versa

It is not permissible for a Muslim woman to marry a non-Muslim from any other religion, whether from among the Jews or Christians, or any other kaafir religion. It is not permissible for her to marry a Jew, a Christian, a Magian, a communist, an idol-worshipper, etc.

The evidence for that is the verse in which Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“And give not (your daughters) in marriage to Al-Mushrikoon till they believe (in Allaah Alone) and verily, a believing slave is better than a (free) Mushrik (idolater), even though he pleases you. Those (Al-Mushrikoon) invite you to the Fire, but Allaah invites (you) to Paradise and forgiveness by His Leave, and makes His Ayaat (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) clear to mankind that they may remember”

[al-Baqarah 2:221]

26 nobs  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:15:06pm replyquote

The married woman should remember that obedience to her husband takes precedence over obedience to her parents. (…) sharee’ah almost commanded women to prostrate to men, were it not for the fact that it is not permissible for anyone to prostrate to any human being. ‘Umar ibn al-Khattaab said: “Marriage is slavery, so be careful with regard to whom you give your daughter for enslavement.” In al-Tirmidhi and elsewhere it is narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “I urge you to treat women well, for they are prisoners with you.” So a woman is like a slave or prisoner of her husband, and she cannot go out of his house except with his permission.”

Take that code stink pink.

27 Occasional Reader  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:19:08pm replyquote

#22 KevinV:

Good story. I hope this didn’t hurt the FSO’s career.

28 jehu  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:22:28pm replyquote

I think if we just allow Muslims to assimilate and become Americanized this will just fade as any sort of problem, you know like Mormon poligamy.

Its not like any new convert to Islam would have any examples or originating documents to draw these ideas anew. Once you stamp out the current (abnormal) interpretaions of Islam and the teachings of the “Holy,” prophet, then Islam will settle down and live and let live.

/many sorts of tags here

29 jooly  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:26:04pm replyquote

A few years ago, a women whose name escapes me, was trying to get her daughters back from her ex-husband who had taken them to Saudi Arabia. She made the round of talk shows including BOR. He had beaten her, she left him, she went back to him, he ran off with the kids. Unfortuantely, she was such a bitch even to the point of blaming it all on Bush. BOR set up a meeting between her and her daughters and by that time they had fully integrated in Saudi society and weren’t leaving.

Her name is Pat Roush. Now she says bor stabbed her in the back. Talk about no good deed going unpunished!

http://www.patroush.com/children/blowhard_zone.htm

30 armytramp  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:28:50pm replyquote

That many will try to lure slutty wild womens into marriage is obvious if they want to live in the West and ofcourse many do. These men should love these womens as their life padner…but many find the over the top, highly developed sense of rebellion, not wanting to share her husbands values a bit hard to take.

Muslim men have a huge sense of macho-man, they can also have a red mist around their brain when it comes to theire padner wnating to flaunt thier religious & core values. Follow them and the muslim man can be highly sensitive & erotic man…I think the wind slutty womens only see this side of things.

Methinks the problem is slutty wild Muslim men who want multiple wives, instant divorces, endless access to as many women as they choose, and 72 perpetual virgins (surely an oxymoronic premise) when they die.

Even the goats aren’t safe.

Who are the sluts here?

31 KevinV  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:34:34pm replyquote

# 27 – OR

I hope this didn’t hurt the FSO’s career.

Quite the contrary. It’s one of those unstated but widely accepted rules at the Department that sometimes you have to break all the rules, but you’d better be prepared to take the heat for it.

Other FSO’s have acted quite differently in the same exact situation, including the famous Consul General in Saudi who informed a beaten American woman that the Embassy “was not a hotel” and that she had to leave.

That caused a great deal of (well-deserved) outrage in Congress which helped focus the Bureau of Consular Affairs’ mind on its number one job.

The bottom line here, though, is don’t marry one. Especially a Saudi.

Of course, I’ve seen the same thing with Japanese guys, including one very cool guy whose wife says just changed completely when he returned to Japan.

Of course he did. Different context, different expectations. He then had to treat her as a Japanese man must. It’s sad, but people, especially Americans, see a young man in a university setting wearing blue jeans, speaking English and drinking a beer and they figure he’s a “normal” guy.

32 reader  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:44:57pm replyquote

The actor who played Sally Fields’ Iranian husband in that movie got punched out on the streets London by a big, angry Iranian. I heard the actor himself describe this incident, in which the Iranian man first asked if he was the guy in that movie, then proceeded to deck him.

33 armytramp  Thu, May 18, 2006 1:59:38pm replyquote

#31

Too true.

When in Rome, they behave like Romans.

When in Riyadh, they behave like [bigoted word]s.

34 KevinV  Thu, May 18, 2006 2:26:29pm replyquote

Does anyone else remember that SNL skit making fun of that Sally Field movie where Adam Sandler plays the Pakistani father?

Sally: “You can’t take my babies!”

Adam: “We’ll see what the courts say about that…the courts in PAKISTAN!”

Damn, that was funny.

35 piglet  Thu, May 18, 2006 3:06:20pm replyquote

Most importantly, don’t let him pack your luggage!:

Looking back to 1986, to the case of a Jordanian called Nezar Hindawi, some curious parallels emerge. Hindawi duped his Irish girlfriend, pregnant with his child, into trying to board an El Al plane at Heathrow with a bomb he had secretly hidden in her luggage.

Hindawi, astonishingly, fled to the Syrian embassy – bugged by MI5 – and was arrested. Britain broke off diplomatic relations with Damascus, where the government protested its innocence and hinted that Israel was responsible.

The suggestion then was that this was an entrapment ploy in which Mossad manipulated Hindawi into a stage-managed operation to embarrass Syria. Believing this, however, required accepting that the Israelis were prepared to risk killing 375 El Al passengers if his bomb had gone undetected.

Intriguingly, after Hindawi’s arrest, the head of Syria’s airforce intelligence was quietly sacked. This fuelled the theory that the operation was never authorised by Bashar’s father, Hafez, who had been furious a few months earlier when the Israelis forced down a plane carrying a top Syrian official. Fast forward to February 18 this year, four days after the Hariri assassination, when Bashar replaced his head of military intelligence, responsible for Lebanon, with his trusted brother-in-law, Asef Shawkat.

36 Logic  Thu, May 18, 2006 3:09:41pm replyquote

#12 zombie:

Yup — it was called “Not Without My Daughter.”
The modern moonbat inversion of that film is the hideous “Yes” from 2004, starring Joan Allen who has guilt-sex with a Muslim guy as atonement for being a white oppressor. This is shown as a good thing.

Plus, all the dialog is in rhythmic verse.

Worst movie of the decade, so far.

Worst movie of the decade? After visiting that web site I dare say it will hold that “honor” well into the century – nay the MILLENNIUM!

37 paxnhymn  Thu, May 18, 2006 4:03:16pm replyquote

“She decided she couldn’t stay in Egypt unless married and she accepted a marriage offer by an Egyptian man, a decision that she regrets. Cultural differences made Karen feel “oppressed” in her marriage.”

but..but..reaganite said Eygyptians were so civilized…why…he’s had tea with them!

(makes Jack Nicholson’s “Joker” pouty face from Batman)

feh

38 Ringo the Gringo  Thu, May 18, 2006 4:04:32pm replyquote

I have not yet read Fjordman’s article but…when I was growing up in suburban Los Angeles my parents had a pretty young Mexican house-keeper named Marta. She was a very sexy girl, about a year older than me, probably 18 or so. I used to ask her to go out with me but she always said that I didn’t have a good enough job (and she was right).

Well Marta found a guy with a good job. He was from Jordan. She married him and moved away.

About a two years later Marta’s sister called me. She asked if I had heard any word from her, they had not had any contact with her since she left. Nothing…not a word.

I never heard from her either.

39 logger phd  Thu, May 18, 2006 4:13:19pm replyquote

Let’s not forget Not Without My Anus.

Fortunately, chemical weaponry defeated Saddam’s occupation of Canada, Praise Allah.

40 Joel  Thu, May 18, 2006 5:10:05pm replyquote

Sorry but any Western woman who marries an Arab or a Pakistani is permanently stuck on stupid.

41 Joel  Thu, May 18, 2006 5:11:03pm replyquote

#1 song_and_dance_man
Yes Sally Field did a movie called “Not Without My Daughter.”

42 poteen  Thu, May 18, 2006 5:14:10pm replyquote

Heard it on COPS a hundred times.

“If he ain’t bin drinkin'(muslim), he ain’t a bad guy. It’s just the liquor (Islam) thing that make him crazy. I still luv him. Don’ take him away!”

43 cbinflux  Thu, May 18, 2006 6:23:13pm replyquote

#28 jehu
First, there’s the teachings in the Koran.
Second, remember the studies with apes where learned behavior is passed on to ‘generations’ that never experienced the carrot or stick?

44 Manzanita and Sage  Thu, May 18, 2006 7:59:03pm replyquote

This article was chilling.

Just chilling.

45 beyerku  Fri, May 19, 2006 5:52:09am replyquote

Doesn’t anybody remember that “Not Without my Daughter” movie?

46 jooly  Fri, May 19, 2006 7:36:22am replyquote

Everybody remembers that movie. I hated to Albert Molina play such an asshole.

47 jooly  Fri, May 19, 2006 7:38:22am replyquote

I mean’t to write: I hated to see Alfred Molina in that role.


80 Comments on “Rescued from Memory Hole: “Fjordman: Marrying a Muslim Man?” – the Complete Thread”

  1. YankintheEU says:

    It’s striking what an array of interesting and different kinds of viewpoints used to come on LGF. By now, anybody worthwhile to read has voluntarily disappeared or been banned. The current LGF is so homogeneous that it offers absolutely nothing but a little blog-cult belonging to some tired and boring progressives.

  2. rightymouse says:

    Poor Charles. He can run, but he can’t hide from his past.
    /lol!

  3. Basement Cat says:

    There are many good reasons why Orthodox Christians – and Jews – both strongly discourage marriage outside one’s own faith.

    Good for Fjordy.

    • gizbot7 says:

      In terms of Christians and Jews marrying, the Rabbi my husband and his family knew for years refused to marry us. We found a wonderful Rabbi who had no problem with it and neither one of us has changed who we were when we met. I go to services with his family and in no way do I feel like I am betraying my faith — quite the opposite in fact. Of course, I make sure I

  4. MrPaulRevere says:

    I think it important to point out that Fjordman was not just an occasional commenter at LGF, at one time he was considered a rock star. The Mick Jagger of LGF, if you will.

  5. gizbot7 says:

    It is sad, but even today most women have no clue what they are dealing with in terms of Muslim men. It’s not like it’s been featured on Oprah or anything.

  6. The Osprey says:

    MrPaulRevere :
    I think it important to point out that Fjordman was not just an occasional commenter at LGF, at one time he was considered a rock star. The Mick Jagger of LGF, if you will.

    More like the Yngwie Malmsteen of LGF.

  7. The Osprey says:

    Yngwie!

  8. MrPaulRevere says:

    Behold the new crop of Lizards:

    Alexzander Sat, Aug 13, 2011 12:55:28pm

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    Fuck I’m hungover.

    I smoked a few cigarettes last night and I feel like I cant taste anything properly right now.

    Maybe the solution is a beer?

    • Minnow says:

      Alexzander, the best cure for your hangover would be to schnibble up a couple of cigarettes into a beer and then drink ‘er down.

      You will forget about last night immediately.

      I guarantee it.

    • Pakimon says:

      Alexzander “can’t taste anything properly”?

      Maybe he should try the Chunky tested and approved Cheetos solution.

    • dwells38 says:

      Uh no. The solution is bourbon and lots of it. Preferably the small batch variety such as Bookers or Bakers from the Beam collection. Then of course post prolifically at LGF after said solution.

  9. refugee000 says:

    CAIR Seething Over Christian Evangelist
    Charles Johnson
    Sat Feb 24, 2007
    Once again, not a word in the newspaper about CAIR’s many radical connections, or their officials’ continuing refusal to call Hamas or Hizballah “terrorists.” And the school system seems to be caving in to the Islamist thugs.
    http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/24566_CAIR_Seething_Over_Christian_Evangelist/comments/#ctop

  10. MrPaulRevere says:

    Saint Charles of Johnson strikes out again: LizardoidCharles Johnson

    Very little doubt that Ron Paul’s going to win the straw poll. His followers may be nuts, but man, can they ever stack a poll.

    • snowcrash says:

      Do you think he understands the mechanism of voting in the Iowa straw poll? It is not an online poll, easily spammed, so Paul isn’t a shoo in. Each one of those voters had to pay $30 ticket to cast their votes (unless the candidate picks up the costs, Paul did) and can only vote once. It is a fairly reliable test of the candidates organization and favors candidates with healthy campaingn war chests. Neither of those things is illegal or unfair as Johnson implies in his “stacking a poll” quip. Johnson is sleazy.

  11. poteen says:

    Create your own context. Laugh your ass off..

    641 OhCrapIHaveACrushOnSarahPalin Sat, Aug 13, 2011 3:24:09pm

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    re: #629 Alexzander

    Reading Rilke after a few drinks – bliss.

    Goethe, Friedrich von Hardenburg and Heine were my main men.

    • snowcrash says:

      Is that a woman or a man? A few drinks and they want to read? LOL I’m not admitting anything, but reading is not the first thing that comes to mind.

    • Pakimon says:

      OhCrapIHaveACrushOnSarahPalin can’t let Alexzander win out in the ‘Who’s more sophisticated” contest.

      Who are those two knuckleheads kidding?

      The only reason they’re reading Rilke, Goethe, Hardenburg and Heine is because all the pages of their Hustler magazines are stuck together from too much “self gratification with poor aim”.

    • Guggi says:

      Friedrich von Hardenburg ? There is no “Friedrich von Hardenburg” in German literature. There is one “Friedrich von Hardenberg” better known under his nom de plume “Novalis”. Stop being a blowhard unless you can’t even get the names correct you use “OhCrapIHaveACrushOnSarahPalin”.

  12. Bunk X says:

    15 Fjordman Thu, May 18, 2006 12:54:34pm replyquote
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    How naive/ignorant/desperate can one be?

    About this much.

    Thanks for the link, Charles.

  13. DEZ says:

    snowcrash :
    Is that a woman or a man? A few drinks and they want to read? LOL I’m not admitting anything, but reading is not the first thing that comes to mind.

    Can I buy you a few drinks?

  14. Pakimon says:

    Looks like Michelle Bachman won the Iowa straw poll.

    Waiting for the obligatory “Bachmann is stupid” commentary in 5…4…3…2…1 😆

  15. Minnow says:

    LGF is strangely quiet about Maureen Chao’s racist comments about the Tamils…

    This does seem to indicate she is a Dem, because were she a Repub – he wouldn’t shut-up about it.

    Funny how that works!

    • Bunk X says:

      During a speech at the the SRM University yesterday, Chao said “I was on a 24-hour train trip from Delhi to Orissa. But, after 72 hours, the train still did not reach the destination… and my skin became dirty and dark like the Tamilians”.

      http://www.indianexpress.com/news/maureen-chao-s-comment/831617/

      • Bunk X says:

        The more I read about it, can’t find any indication of political affiliation, and in context, it appears it was a poor choice of words, not an intended racial slur. The Indian audience laughed at the story of a white girl getting dirty.

    • poteen says:

      They’re too busy with their Little Gay Gossip about Palin and Backmann. Priorities, you know.

  16. poteen says:

    11 Rightwingconspirator Sat, Aug 13, 2011 5:07:07pm

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    re: #8 Obdicut

    Karma: -116
    mikiesmoky2
    Registered since: Nov 17, 2010 at 4:05 pm
    No. of comments posted: 179
    No. of Pages posted: 31

    Need I say more?

    Stone ‘im! Kill ‘im! E’s not one of US!! “E’s a WITCH!!

  17. poteen says:

    poteen :
    They’re too busy with their Little Gay Gossip about Palin and Backmann. Priorities, you know.

    Kinda like this little gem.

    222 Alexzander Sat, Aug 13, 2011 12:43:25pm

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    US censures report on drone casualties
    Officials reject independent UK study’s finding that up to 168 children have been killed in drone strikes in Pakistan.

    The US is a mass-murdering entity.

    Downerdinged, but nary a challenge to it.
    The link goes to an Al Jazeera article which references a British group’s study. A group of many former Al Jazeera contributors. Nope. No challenges. But ‘Backmann is a loon’ gets play.

  18. Minnow says:

    Well, Mitt just received the Kiss of Death from Critical Thinker #1. See latest thread (high powered) analysis over at the amoeba infested swamp.

  19. Bagua says:

    Fjordman, Jihad Watch, Gates of Vienna, Atlas Shrugs… All found a voice because of Charles Johnson and LittleGreenfootballs. Without LGF they would either not have existed, or never been noticed.

    “Blog Daddy” Charles may find this historical fact an inconvenient truth given Breivik, but the proof is all preserved here on DoD.

    In light of Breivik’s crime, what Johnson is doing is attempting to destroy and conceal material evidence to a major terrorist attack.

    Johnson needs to step forward and open his archives to the police. What was Breivik’s nic on LGF? One of the ‘Templar’ variants? Is the much touted IP tracking “correlater tool” not being used?

    No doubt Charles knows the answer, and is actively concealing and destroying evidence.

  20. DEZ says:

    Bagua :
    Fjordman, Jihad Watch, Gates of Vienna, Atlas Shrugs… All found a voice because of Charles Johnson and LittleGreenfootballs. Without LGF they would either not have existed, or never been noticed.
    “Blog Daddy” Charles may find this historical fact an inconvenient truth given Breivik, but the proof is all preserved here on DoD.
    In light of Breivik’s crime, what Johnson is doing is attempting to destroy and conceal material evidence to a major terrorist attack.
    Johnson needs to step forward and open his archives to the police. What was Breivik’s nic on LGF? One of the ‘Templar’ variants? Is the much touted IP tracking “correlater tool” not being used?
    No doubt Charles knows the answer, and is actively concealing and destroying evidence.

    He does deserve a visit from guys in black suits.

  21. Minnow says:

    Minnow :
    A lot of depth and critical thinking over there… this, from the twit who bragged that he was hungover just a couple of hours earlier.

    oops… I guess Alexzander revealed his “stupor” AFTER that wise statement….my bad.

  22. Fred Derf says:

    I got to tell you Chen that these Fjordman threads are singularly boring.

    • Calo says:

      DO NOT make me yell at you again while riding in the backseat asking “are we there yet?”

      http://diaryofdaedalus.com/2011/07/12/lidane-supports-slave-labor/#comment-84718

    • MrPaulRevere says:

      Hey Ned, you found a back door it seems.

    • Minnow says:

      No Fred, it’s not Chen…. it is I who is fucking up this thread…. all of my errors in thinking…. all of my mistatements…. This thread would be FASCINATING if I weren’t here. Really.

      /DF off

    • Briareus says:

      Just got done scrolling through the inanities at the swamp, and there ain’t much to talk about. Most of the threads consist of lame snark and video embeds.

      Gus posted the entire lyrics to Country Joe & The Fish’s FLIFTDR;
      Surabaya Stew’s wife has threatened to “defriend” him on FB because all her friends are paying more attention to him;
      mikiesmoke got -25 for opposing abortion on a page ggt put up;
      CJ is sniggering about a picture of Michele Bachmann eating a corn dog at the fair;
      Killgore is going to live with his mom for a couple of weeks.

      None of that is threadworthy. We’ve got to be patient and wait for a new crop.

  23. Internet Septic Tank Engineer says:

    394 Charles
    Sat, Aug 13, 2011 1:29:12pm

    Very little doubt that Ron Paul’s going to win the straw poll. His followers may be nuts, but man, can they ever stack a poll.

    Charles, you make me smile…..

    • Calo says:

      Being in LaLaLand gives him a firm handle over what flyover, corngrowing farmers think.
      😆 😆 😆

      After all, he knows what it means to earn a buck the hard way, by actually WORKING like us folks in the midwest do.

    • doppelganger says:

      he’s also picking the cincinatti bengals to win the superbowl

      call your bookies. they are a lock
      /

  24. Minnow says:

    Wow – who knew? Gus is an expert on supporting a family on minimum wages, and Jamesfirecat is an expert on Capitalism and running a business…. Alexzander is an expert on health insurance and Lidane, why she’s an expert on foul mouthed expletives!

    • Bunk X says:

      Lostlakehiker is getting attacked from all sides. They completely missed his point about minimum wage. LLH is batting them out of the park.

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  26. Bunk X says:

    Give them the Power to Delete, Charles!

    93 Rightwingconspirator Sat, Aug 13, 2011 7:11:52pm
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    Charles, I’m reposting from a Page by GGT
    A recent comment got me wondering.
    Have you considered allowing Page authors to delete, gray out or somehow be able to priority request a comment deletion from their own Page?

    Do it for us! The backstabbing and infighting will be epic!

  27. swamprat says:

    I would love for you guys to publish his thread /comments on Rachel Ray wearing the pro palestine headscarf.

    • Dude, harsh my buzz!

      Really, Rachel Ray is going jihad?

      • swamprat says:

        Long time ago she wore the dreaded checkered tablecloth (it was trending at the time)
        You would think she had threatened the IDF, for all the fuss.

    • Internet Septic Tank Engineer says:

      Mr Swamprat,

      The article is here http ://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/30061_Mainstreaming_Terrorism_to_Sell_Donuts but as it is from 2008 the comments are hidden.

      Unfortunately there are 493 comments to it so it is too big for me to post.

  28. swamprat says:

    I got to tell you Chen, that these Fjordman threads are singularly great!

    Each and every one!

    The only improvement would be to label each one so that is clearly shown to be part of a larger group; i.e.

    “Fjordman thead number 46 of 53”

    That way, the respect and admiration he once held for fjordman would be clearly illustrated.

  29. Bunk X says:

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    To think I charge close to $45/hour and that’s low in my field. At least compared to what engineering or architectural firms charge which is upwards of $75/hour. My brother is non-union but pull in union wage per contract and making close to 100K per year working in NYC. Of course, he usually has some excuse for not helping me out during this rough patch I’m going through. In any event. Minimum wage might be fine for some folks but it’s not for me. Screw that. I was making 10 bucks an hour in 1985.

    If we assume that Gus is licensed (which is questionable) then he’s a whore for charging less than $45/hour.

    Before the crash, the average salary for a sole proprieter with 1-5 employees in CA was about $110/hr. Now it’s about $75, and that’s thanks to whores like Gus, who has the gall to whine that his brother won’t give him some of his stash. Hypocrite.

    • Bunk X says:

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      You’re an architect? 🙂

      Sort of. I have tons of experience. No license. No degree.

      Gus means “No. I didn’t graduate and I can’t pass the test.” He’s a draftsman, and I’m “sort of” a lawyer.

      • poteen says:

        I can do my own structural calcs. But I still have to pay some registered junior engineering to put a stamp on them. I can’t draw a straight line to save my life (or walk one. ask the CHP) so I recommend a licensed Architecting to draw plans. I can build anything but if I don’t keep my licensing current, I’m in deep shit.
        How does drafting boy think that no license, no degree translates into tons of experience?
        It doesn’t, but it provides an excuse to whine online.

    • gizbot7 says:

      First his sister didn’t do enough for him and now his brother doesn’t do enough for him. Earth to Gus: you are the lowest common denominator in this equation. Do the math.

    • ThreeHundred says:

      “I think I charge close to $45/hr…” What, he does not know?1?!
      How can he even bid a job if he does not know?
      At that rate, I very much doubt that he has PLI
      (Professional Liability Insurance).

  30. Bunk X says:

    It equates to being a pot washer in a fancy restaurant for years and claiming to be “almost” a chef.

    • poteen says:

      I’m sure he can produce some beautiful renderings,,, of things he can’t possibly figure out how to build.

      • Bunk X says:

        In the U.S., you don’t have to have a license for single family residential as long as your drawings meet code, but if he’s doing anything more than that he has to have someone who’s licensed to supervise his work.

      • poteen says:

        If he’s here in CA all he’s drawing are patio covers from the city handouts.
        It would be fun to watch him submit something to Laguna Beach. Their fire codes and special ‘green’ codes will light him up like a firecracker.

  31. ThreeHundred says:

    Bunk X :In the U.S., you don’t have to have a license for single family residential as long as your drawings meet code, but if he’s doing anything more than that he has to have someone who’s licensed to supervise his work.

    But if he does fuck up, and he is sued without having PLI, the plaintif might get at most his keyboard and pencils.

  32. rightymouse says:

    Looks like the Chazzman lost again. Bachman won the straw poll.

  33. beed says:

    If you combine the Guses, you would have a pretty decent architect. Though he would still drive his sister crazy.