Thursday, November 19, 2009

Iraqi reporter throws shoes at Bush

Iraqi reporter throws shoes at Bush

Sun, 14 Dec 2008 14:46:26 -0600
R361930
1 year ago
Namaste_Rich

Bush’s White House Press Secretary Dana Perino received a black eye from the incident when a microphone hit her in the face.

Gotta love it…

Post Modified: 12/14/08 14:47:32

R361931
1 year ago
dikweed

“a supreme insult in the middle east”

Pure comedy gold.

We’ll need a congressional committee. Did we not learn anything from the Shoe-Bomber? They’ll be addendums to the Patriot Act.

The “shoe” has certain potential for danger. Certainly as threatening as a box cutter, maybe as lethal as a pen. We can probably work through a smaller committee to address the microphone threat.

Quite certainly, there should be a moratorium on any public speaking engagements for the President, in the middle east. Except, maybe, at a mosque.


R361933
1 year ago
Desarollo

Iraqis throw their shoes at Bush and the press secretary receives a black eye during the incident?!?

Who said satire died with the Bush Administration?


R361961
1 year ago
johnnycivil

Perino black eye! gold


R361963
1 year ago
FloydAnderson

can’t help but lolz!


R361990
1 year ago
JustLurking

Bush:... All i can report is it is a size ten

good thing he didn’t assfuck him instead.


R361992
1 year ago
TheIvoryPoacher

That guys was inches away from becoming an international superhero.


R361998
1 year ago
mercenary

A Saudi man is offering $10 million for the shoe(s?).

Clicky

Ahem, it’s in Arabic.

Post Modified: 12/15/08 11:43:58

R361999
1 year ago
mercenary

This is a farewell kiss, you dog…

Old saying:

Heylim: Kiss a dog in the mouth until you get what you want.


R362007
1 year ago
mercenary

An AP bio on the man with the shoes

And ladies – he’s single, and Shiite.


R362011
1 year ago
FloydAnderson

Post Modified: 12/18/08 20:31:03

R362012
1 year ago
microdot

BAGHDAD, December 15 (RIA Novosti) – Demonstrations have taken place across Iraq calling for the release of a journalist who was arrested after hurling his shoes at U.S. President George Bush at a press conference in the capital, Baghdad.


R362013
1 year ago
microdot

quote continues

The AFP news agency has said that over 200 lawyers, including Hussein’s former lawyer, have volunteered to defend the Iraqi journalist.


R362018
1 year ago
mercenary

Big up to Al Bhagdadiya station for standing behind its man, citing freedom of expression.

Floyd thank you for der gif. I’m stealing it.


R362160
1 year ago
FloydAnderson

R362177
1 year ago
mercenary

News says our hero might have been tortured. For revenge.


R362181
1 year ago
microdot

That Bush guy is a scary monstah, there’s no question. Can we all hear him saying to his aids afterwards, “make sure that guy suffers”. They probably made a video for him.


R362184
1 year ago
microdot

R362194
1 year ago
floopin

Indeed – tortured.

Iraqi shoe thrower badly beaten in custody

Apparently they have broken his hand, ribs, caused him internal bleeding and damaged an eye. It is reported the CIA scum that protect Bush, and are supposed to dive to take a shoe for The President of The United States (even if it’s a monkey), beat Muntada al-Zaidi badly before he was taken away by Iraqi lackeys, because they were embarrassed at being seen as asleep on the job.

Iraqis rally in support of Bush’s shoe attacker

I’m pleased for the Iraqis – at least they can have a bit of fun at the expense or the retarded idiot Bush, and the roided-up scum protecting him. And they have a hero of sorts in Muntada al-Zaidi (as opposed to the yellow-bellies in their own government who have collaborated with the moron invaders).

Here is a pic of Muntada al-Zaidi – The main-stream-media (stinking trash) have refused to publish his pic, and the Net (controlled by hook-nosed Nazis) has censored him out. Anyway, here is small pic of the global hero of the moment.

Post Modified: 12/16/08 15:13:45

R362225
1 year ago
Chickenma1

Send shoes to Bush, or pile them up outside the federal building.


R362260
1 year ago
Namaste_Rich

suffered a broken hand, ribs, suffered internal bleeding and sustained an eye injury.

Damn…sounds like they beat him within an inch of his life…


R362261
1 year ago
Namaste_Rich

The man now has his own Wiki page.

He lives within central Baghdad in a furnished two room apartment. The home is decorated with a poster of Che Guevara, who according to The Associated Press “is widely lionized in the Middle East.”

Post Modified: 12/16/08 20:22:37

R362266
1 year ago
Namaste_Rich

2:55.


R362289
1 year ago
mercenary

Holy crumpets.


R362309
1 year ago
Arash

Everyone please send your old shoes to the white house…

Send it with a note attached to it showing your solidarity with the Iraqi Journalist. Hurry, send it before it’s too late!

Pass this around.


R362350
1 year ago
FloydAnderson

R362680
12 months ago
dikweed

Iraqi judge: Shoe-tossing reporter was beaten

In the Iranian capital Tehran, hard-line Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati praised the act at Friday prayers, calling it the “Shoe Intifada.”

Jannati proposed people in Iraq and Iran should carry shoes in further anti-American demonstrations. “This should be a role model,” said Jannati.

A Turk man holds a model of shoe as he marches to the U. S. embassy to protest against the invasion in Iraq and to express the solidarity with Iraqi journalist Muntadar al-Zeidi, in Ankara, Turkey, Dec. 18, 2008


R363991
12 months ago
floopin

Update:

Muntada al-Zaidi is still in prison (since December 14 2008). He’s due to appear in court on Wednesday 31 December 2008 in Baghdad on charges of “aggression against a foreign head of state during an official visit,” an offence which could see him go to jail for up to 15 years.

I must say that Bush was pretty cool about it, in public at least, and said he didn’t care that much. However, the mongoloid bitch with a head full of Botox and a cunt full of maggots, he’s married to, wants revenge. She’s on about assault and how he would have been executed under Sadam (the fucking irony – Sadam executed under the Americans for choosing to sell oil in Euros).

Anyway, al-Zaidi’s antics were a bit of light relief to the endless stream of fucking grief that was 2008 — so I hope he gets off with community service (washing donkeys or some shit).


R363995
12 months ago
hellcat

I mean I don’t love Bush or anything …. but like him or her or not … but she has a point.

I think the reporter should go free. I thought the incident was awesome … but I get Laura and her Saddam point is technically spot on.

It’s like a zillion Iraqis had to be slaughtered so that this one reporter could be spared. Is that the price of “freedom”?

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