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Archive for December 28th, 2006

The bhagyam tolls for thee

Posted by mesablue on December 28, 2006

Saddam to be hanged by Sunday.

Over at Ace’s a few folks mentioned that “karma is a bitch.”

Our buddy Tushar D pointed out that:

” Karma does not mean destiny or fate. Karma means work. According to the old Hindu wisdom, your life’s work is your destiny. People in India do use the word Karma sometimes to mean destiny/fate, but everyone who has studied Sanskrit understands that the primary meaning is Work/Mission of life. Someone slipped up while translating, and in US, the word is exclusively used to mean destiny.

The closest Sanskrit word for destiny is Bhagyam.

I learned something new today. Thanks Tushar.

I wonder if Saddam will be contemplating his bhagyam right before hundreds of thousands of Iraqi’s get what we like to call cold justice.

Bhagyam, it’s a bitch.

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Flying cars!

Posted by mesablue on December 28, 2006

It’s about damned time…

Qashqai car games.

Make sure to watch the videos, they are pretty impressive.

H/t Ace “I hate it when someone chumps me” of Spades

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Fake but accurate

Posted by mesablue on December 28, 2006

To borrow a term from the left.

Bullwinkle has exclusive video of a drunken Ted Kennedy Leaving the 2004 Democratic Convention.

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Too bad he’s already dead

Posted by mesablue on December 28, 2006

The State department has declassified a document that clearly implicates Yasser Arafat in the 1973 killings of American ambassador to Sudan, Cleo Noel, his deputy George Moore and a Belgian diplomat.

This is the sort of thing that will get you a Tomahawk missile in the ear, but we sat on this information for 33 years so as not to cause discomfort for our Arab “friends”. That’s worked out really well for us.

The document in it’s entirety is available from the State Department’s website here.

PA/HO Department of State
E.O. 12958, as amended
May 4, 2006



In the early evening hours of 1 March 1973, eight Black September Organization (BSO) terrorists seized the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Khartoum as a diplomatic reception honoring the departing United States Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) was ending. After slightly wounding the United States Ambassador and the Belgian Charge d’Affaires, the terrorists took these officials plus the United States DCM, the Saudi Arabian Ambassador, and the Jordanian Charge d’Affaires hostage. In return for the freedom of the hostages, the captors demanded the release of individuals, mostly Palestinian guerillas, imprisoned in Jordan, Israel, and the United States.

The Khartoum operation was planned and carried out with the full knowledge and personal approval of Yasir Arafat, Chairman of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), and the head of Fatah. Fatah representatives based in Khartoum participated in the attack, using a Fatah vehicle to transport the terrorists to the Saudi Arabian Embassy.

Initially, the main objective of the attack appeared to be to secure the release of Fatah/BSO leader Muhammed Awadh (Abu Da’ud) from Jordanian captivity. Information acquired subsequently reveals that the Fatah/BSO leaders did not expect Awadh t be freed, and indicates that one of the primary goals of the operation was to strike at the United States because of its efforts to achieve a Middle East peace settlement which many Arabs believe would be inimical to Palestinian interests.

Negotiations with the BSO terrorist team were conducted primarily by the Sudanese Ministers of Interior and of Health. No effort was spared, within the capabilities of the Sudanese Government, to the secure freedom of the hostages. The terrorists extended their deadlines three times, but when they became convinced that their demands would not be met and after they reportedly had received orders from Fatah headquarters in Beirut, they killed the two United States officials and the Belgian Charge. Thirty-four hours later, upon receipt of orders from Yasir Arafat in Beirut to surrender, the terrorists released their other hostages unharmed and surrendered to Sudanese officials.

The Khartoum operation again demonstrated the ability of BSO to strike where least expected. The open participation of Fatah representatives in Khartoum in the attack provides further evidence of the Fatah/BSO relationship. The emergence of the United States as a primary fedayeen target indicates a serious threat of further incidents similar to what occurred in Khartoum.

From LGF

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