Monthly Archives: March 2013


Mike Daniels makes a great summary of the latest issues. I am shocked that BDLR thought he could get away with such obstruction when W8 is an adult.

Stately McDaniel Manor

Pity Judge Debra Nelson.  Her life has just become very, very interesting.  That’s “interesting” as in the ancient Chinese curse:

May you live in interesting times.

THE MOTIONS:

On March 25th and 26th, George Zimmerman’s attorney, Mark O’Mara, filed two successive and related motions that appear to be a significant departure from his past demeanor and strategy.  The first is a motion to sanction the prosecution for its slow rolling and refusal to provide discovery, and the second, a motion for attorney’s fees incurred as a result of the prosecution’s deceptions.

The first portion of the initial motion deals with DeeDee and her significance to the case.  O’Mara notes that Benjamin Crump interviewed her on or about March 19, 2012, and prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda conducted a sworn interview with DeeDee on or about April 2, 2012.

In the Crump interview, DeeDee told Crump…

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Open Thread – on the road for 2 weeks


Mike Daniels at Stately Manor has an extremely good post re the Zimmerman case. This goes through the latest request by Mark O’Mara for the reconsideration of yet another bad decision by Judge Nelson.

If you see any relevant information please drop it in comments so that it can be discussed.

All is not quiet on the Egyptian front


It is so very tempting to want to say to Mr Soetoro – how is Egypt working out for ya now that Muburak is gone? However, I will have to resist such temptation for now.

Egypt was supposed to be the show piece of the Middle East. It is supposed to be the country that is to lead other Middle Eastern nations in determining their own self-destination. However, it seems that Egypt is continuing a rapid descent into hell.

One could almost say that Egyptians have not learned a thing from their own ancient history… but that is a temptation that must be resisted.

When Muburak was removed from power the Islamists saw it as an opportunity to take back the country. The problem is that there are opposing groups. There is the Muslim Brotherhood, considered to be the moderate group and then there are the Salafists who are the most radical and fundamentalist. However, in Egypt there are other forces such as those who despise both the Salafists and the Muslim Brotherhood but they have left wing leanings. Ah what to do?

First of all, it seems that Muslim Brotherhood could still be declared illegal by a Court in Egypt… how did that work out for ya Mursi?  Only that seems to be one small part of what is going on over there.

Did the fall of Muburak bring peace to Egypt? Nah.

Today’s news is that there have been demonstrations against the Muslim brotherhood with the MB supporters throwing rocks at those who are anti-MB and vice versa.

It looks like Rage Boy is simply redirecting his rage and instead of raging against the West and things that are of little importance he has his panties in a wad over something done by the MB. Oh my when will these people go attend some angry management classes and get a handle on that temper!!

Syria – chemical weapons – keep an eye on this


I am not going to offer any kind of opinion because Syria is too hard to second guess at what might or might not be the truth.

The fact is there is evidence that one or other side has used chemical weapons of some sort. The revolutionaries are blaming the government and the government is blaming the revolutionaries.

What I will remind you is that prior to the allied invasion of Iraq, Saddam Hussein had enough time to move any chemical weapons or their makings across the border and into  Syria. He had more than sufficient time to move his chemical labs across the border, and from what I had read he was observed moving a few things across the border. It is not hard evidence but I think that this ties in with the recent claims.

There are many things that are unclear in regard to the use of chemical weapons. Could it be that the rebels came across a cache of these weapons? Or could it be that the government troops see no problem in using the Hussein legacy on its own people? Nothing is clear when both sides are making accusations.

I note however, that my source for this story comes via Israel who have people monitoring the situation. Israel has confirmed that the chemical weapons have been used.

I would suggest keeping an eye out for any little tidbits of information on the matter. Although I saw this at one MSM site, there is no guarantee that other sites will report the same thing. This is just a heads up. Besides no one will admit that Saddam Hussein had in fact hidden his chemical weapons over the border in Syria.

Fallout from yesterday’s war


Besides feeling disappointed that there is no chance of a May election, and because we are stuck with a woman we despise as Prime Minister, today has just been one of those days of feeling a bit adrift.

On the political front, the fallout is continuing as Rudd supporters are purged from Gillard’s cabinet. So far one Minister, Simon Crean has been sacked. If Gillard had not sacked him then perhaps yeserday’s fiasco might not have taken place. This has been followed by several resignations. I think that the count is now over 6 who have resigned their positions and more to follow.

The ones who have resigned are the best of the bunch of losers that form the ALP government. If they had any sense they should quit the ALP and form a new party for disaffected ALP members of Parliament as well as ALP voters. The last time that happened the DLP was formed.

I feel a lot of disappointment over the outcome, not because I wanted Kevin Rudd to return as leader, I do not. I am disappointed because we are stuck with someone who is more corrupt than all the corrupt politicians in Chicago.

UPDATE:  The fallout has continued with even more Ministers resigning. The last two are Martin Ferguson and Senator Kim Carr. Both of them are of the Left but they are both honourable men.

Open Thread – Australian politics in the hot seat


UPDATE: The ALP is filled with a bunch of gutless individuals without any balls at all. The leadership spill happened at 4.30 pm but no one challenged the PM. That means we are stuck with this stinking mess.  The bitch continues to be our Prime Minister and Australia continues to languish as a basket case.

I simply want us to have an election so that we can punish the ALP as they deserve.

Prior to this leadership spill there was an attempt at a no confidence in the PM motion in the Parliament. Tony Abbott did in fact win the vote 73-71 but there was no absolute majority which required 76 votes. To my surprise the three who are true Independents, Wilkie, Oakshotte and Windsor voted with the Opposition, but the gutless ones were Katter (who failed to vote), Slipper and Thomson. I did not expect anything else out of Thomson because he is in fact an ALP member and he needs the ALP to pay his legal bills. I suspect that Slipper has some kind of deal with the ALP to pay his legal bills as well.

These gutless conniving politicians are a total disgrace to this country.

One more thing and that is the majority of them are either former union leaders or associated with the unions as Labor Lawyers. All of them are a disgrace.

The rumour mill is going crazy here in Australia. Is there or isn’t there a leadership spill about to happen?

Australians want an election NOW. We are sick to death of the situation with the adulteress and liar who is our Prime Minister.

Things heated up when the Pommy idiot Herr Goebbels Conroy introduced his media bills. There were 6 of them. Two of the bills have passed through the lower house, but they were non-controversial. However the other 4 were extremely controversial because they were infringing upon our freedom of speech.

Since the election in 2010 Australia had a hung Parliament. Gillard seized control by making unsound alliances including an alliance with the watermelons aka the looney tunes Green Party. Despite telling Australia that we would not get a carbon tax, we ended up with a tax upon the air that we breathe, and everything that entails. Since then the rage of Australians has been palpable.

For a while now, I have made the point that the atmosphere is very much like it was when Gough Whitlam was Prime Minister. In 1975 the situation became untenable and when there was no resolution when Supply was blocked in the Senate, the Governor-General, Sir John Kerr, used a little known section of the Constitution to sack the Whitlam government, to instal Malcolm Fraser and dissolve the Parliament.  Australia gave its verdict on December 2 1975 when the Coalition was overwhelmingly elected in a landslide.

For the record, I do not believe that the conditions at the present time allow for the current Governor General to take similar steps. This is despite the fact that the Watermelons claim that they have withdrawn their support for the Government. Nothing has changed because they are still passing the legislation. What it will take is for the Independents to declare that the Government under Gillard no longer has their confidence, or if there is a change in leadership that any agreement that was in place has been torn up… and maybe then we can have our election.

Is Elmo a pervert?


Came across this report about the puppeteer who gave Elmo his voice. The young man who is involved in the lawsuit is the first to claim that there was a sexual relationship.  So yes, it looks like Ernie and Bert are not the evil ones but in fact it is Elmo who is evil.

If you do not understand my reference about Bert and Ernie, a very long time ago on the net there were stories about Bert and Ernie being evil… and to blame for a lot of things. It was all a big joke at the time that this was going on, but now… I am not so sure about all of it being a joke!!