Archive for November, 2010

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British Documentaries, Neocon Discrepancies (Part 3) – The “Ware” Wolf Spin

November 30, 2010

By CoolnessofHind

The Ware-wolfThe traits of a wolf are commonly depicted to be trickery and deception, hence the locution, “a wolf in sheep’s clothing”. A werewolf typically exasperates those traits. Nothing that has previously mentioned will compare to what will now be expounded in this part and the next, and the “ware”-wolf qualities of John Ware will come to the fore.

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British Documentaries, Neocon Discrepancies (Part 2) – Corporal Punishments a Muslim Monopoly?

November 28, 2010

By CoolnessofHind

The Knife

The portrayal of the punishments was indeed very sinister, with pictures and drawings of hands and feet being bandied about the screen and claims like “O look they teach this to little teenagers” being made. It is like saying, in America they poison people with a deadly syringe. Just for laughs. No mention of due process, the high level of burdens of proof Islam has for these types of punishments, and the fact the punishment of chopping of hand is not for the common or garden, steal-the apple-because-I-am-starving-of-hunger- type case, but rather, unjustified stealing/looting/burglary and banditry. If images of sad people were shown, behind bars for 14 years (which is the maximum sentence under English law for burglary) because they merely, broke into a house and stole some goods, but no reasons as to why this happened, how the law came into play, how the judges came to the decision, how the case had been appealed but struck down by a higher court, was shown, then that would be termed misrepresentation.

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British Documentaries, Neocon Discrepancies (Part 1) – Exposing the Deception of John Ware

November 26, 2010

By CoolnessofHind

The Neocons are back in overt action with the incredibly biased and deceptive Panaroma “investigation” into Muslim schools and the purported segregation of Muslims. The typically sensationalised documentary smacked of the neocons behaviour and the dynamic push for reformation under the Prevent Agenda during the labour era.

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