Friday, April 30, 2004


Conceptual live installation shocked our human fellows!
Couple of American artists show how bad Saddam Hussein's prisons were. "The graphic images include one of a hooded and naked prisoner standing on a box with wires attached to his genitals. [...] The prisoner was told that if he fell off the box, he would be electrocuted. Another shows naked prisoners being forced to simulate sex acts. In another, a female soldier, with a cigarette in her mouth, simulates holding a gun and pointing at a naked Iraqi's genitals."
Yet experts have different opinion. "I don't think you can compare the two. Saddam Hussein's prisoners were not only tortured but executed. It was much worse than what is there now", says Adnan Al-Pachachi, a member of the Iraqi Governing Council.
A spokesman for British Prime Minister Tony Blair [who is upset with the execution failure] said he was "appalled" and described the incident as regrettable. "Nobody underestimates how wrong this is".
But the amateur American art-worriers claim that "We had no support, no training whatsoever. And I kept asking my chain of command for certain things... like rules and regulations," he told CBS. "It just wasn't happening." He said he did not see a copy of the Geneva Convention rules for handling prisoners of war until after he was charged.
[Knowing that the piece is not ready for the opening yet] "CBS's flagship 60 Minutes programme said it had been pressured by the Pentagon not to show the images, until the photos started circulating elsewhere".


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Thursday, April 29, 2004


You are what you hate.



"US President George W Bush said the US military would take whatever action was necessary to secure Falluja." I just wonder what "whatever action" means. Would George use WMDs to secure Falluja if necessary? It seems to me that Iraq's fate is somewhat tied to the WMDs in one way or another.


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Wednesday, April 28, 2004


A pioneering DNA technique has enabled police to teach us if one does "more than 80 offences including four rapes and 27 indecent assaults to women aged between 68 and 93" then one would be narrowed down to a list of 21,500 possible suspects. Then police needs to wait for the guy to finish 1720000 jobs in order to be hunted down! Isn't that great?
Besides, we should keep in mind that it took the guy 12 years to fulfill the 80 offences which are believed to have started in February 1992 in Forest Hill. So how many years do we need to wait on him to get the jobs done?


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It's so lovely that American worriers design a new flag for Iraq which represents "the country's ethnic and Islamic nature".


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Has the world always been so fucked up as it is today? Or it is just now that it seems so because I'm following the world news so eagerly? Lots of wars, lots of catastrophes, lots of disasters. Yet I do know that I know but too little about the world. There are many countries I don't even know where they are located. There are many more thing that my knowledge about them is next to nothing. There are many peoples that I've never heard of as well as so many languages.
So many shits are happening that I know shit-all about'em. Lots of fuck is going on that ain't know dick about'em. Nonetheless, my little knowledge of what I know on what is happening makes me so scared, so worried.
Why can't this species live a quit life?


Monday, April 26, 2004

مرگآزمائی

مرگ را بیاموز
مرگ را بیازما
و بیا زِ ما مرگ را بیاموز
بیا زِ ما مرگ را
بیازما
مرگ را زِ ما
بیاموز
بیا...

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Friday, April 23, 2004


I wasn't home. I got an e-mail with the text below from my buddy J. B. who was feeling sorry for me, being away from home and missing the enlivening and exhilarating news.

"Here's a typical story from DK: Today a psychotic man threatened to blow up himself in a train in Jutland. Other passengers warned the police, who came and started to evacuate the train - and evacuated the wrong train!
so lovely..."


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Although Hamlet had said that "Denmark's a prison" but he never knew, nor could ever imagine that according to the prosperous EU, it would one day rent out its prisons to the other countries or as the medias officially put it "reached an agreement with the U.N. war crimes tribunal that will let people from the former Yugoslavia, convicted by the court, serve their prison time in Denmark".


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20.04.2004, yet I ain't superstitious!
My day was an extreme profound shit on Tuesday, 20.04.2004. Just check out the digits and you'll see the trace of the devil! It made me so tired that I had to sleep it off for two days.
I have always had this "round numbers thing". Most of the time when I look at the clock it's for instance 11:11 or 22:22! There was a time that I would wake up in the might and the clock was 00:00!


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Monday, April 19, 2004


No comments!
"Having given the order [of Iraq war], the president [Bush] walked alone around the circle behind the White House. Months later, he told Woodward: “As I walked around the circle, I prayed that our troops be safe, be protected by the Almighty. Going into this period, I was praying for strength to do the Lord's will. I'm surely not going to justify war based upon God. Understand that. Nevertheless, in my case, I pray that I be as good a messenger of his will as possible. And then, of course, I pray for forgiveness."
Did Mr. Bush ask his father for any advice? “I asked the president about this. And President Bush said, ‘Well, no,’ and then he got defensive about it,” says Woodward. “Then he said something that really struck me. He said of his father, ‘He is the wrong father to appeal to for advice. The wrong father to go to, to appeal to in terms of strength.’ And then he said, ‘There's a higher Father that I appeal to.’"


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Thursday, April 15, 2004


Check out the Tehran biggest cemetery's websitr if you can read Persian!


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Can anybody imagine that the Nordea bank closes its fucking NetBank at 2 a.m. till 6 a.m? I don't know what the hell they have netbank if it's gonna work according to the technology of Napoleon's reign. Something is certain nothing is more fucked up than smallmindedness. It's sux!


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Sunday, April 11, 2004

بر پنجره ی ِ مَجاز
صدایی که خمیده
کلامی که گفته
نشده
می شود.

حقیقت ِ مَجاز
مجوز ِ حقایق ِ مُجاز را
در هزارتوهای ِ سیم و سکوت
شکسته تر از آن که بشنوی
می شکند
و نخستین کلام
می تند
در پس ِ پنجره ی ِ حجاب.

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Saturday, April 10, 2004


I thought that it was only the Islamic Republic of Iran who put clothes on statues. Check out the American Jake asses. They are well practicing the Talibanization of the world.


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