Very nice. And Greek terrorists can write well.

Humans are human after all.

From Mr Eugenides.

I was also amused by what these guys in Greece said….

The group, Sect of Revolutionaries, first appeared earlier this month when it opened fire with a submachine gun on an Athens police station, spraying the precinct with bullets but injuring nobody. […] On Tuesday, the group carried out a similar attack in the parking lot of the private Alter television station, again causing no injuries.

In a statement published by the daily Ta Nea, the group says its latest attack was a message to journalists that “the time that you were ‘untouchable’ is over.”

“They manipulate our minds daily so that we fill the reserves of our disciplined time with values and functions that feed the system,” the group says, adding: “Let the slugs of media journalism know that apart from the mucus they leave behind them… soon they will also leave blood.”

“Mister journalists, this time we came to your door, but next time you will find us in your homes,” it said.

The assaults culminated on Wednesday with an attempt to detonate a car bomb outside the headquarters of Citibank in Athens. The 60 kilogram device, assembled with ammonium nitrate fuel oil – the explosive used in the Oklahoma City bombing – could have destroyed the four-storey building and killed hundreds.

“From now on, the life of every cop is worth as much as a bullet, while their bodies are the ideal target practice,” the Sect of Revolutionaries declared in its maiden proclamation. “They, like the doughnuts that they eat, are no good without a hole in the middle.”

They may be bloodthirsty lefty lunatics, but those boys can write…(aka Mr Eugenides.)


  • Dear Tony,

    Check out the photo I snapped of the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act at yesterday’s White House signing ceremony!

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    Yesterday I joined President Obama at the White House as he signed the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act into law, a bill I wrote to provide federal law enforcers with the resources they need to go after white-collar criminals.

    Thanks to the support of more than 20,000 people who emailed their Senators and Representatives through the website, Congress passed a strong, bipartisan bill to tackle the scourge of fraud and recover taxpayer money lost due to illegal financial dealings.

    The Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act will protect Americans by:

    * Increasing resources for federal investigators and prosecutors to go after cases of financial fraud,

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    * Establishing a Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission to investigate the root causes of the economic and financial crisis.

    Now that President Obama has signed this important bill into law, the community can chalk up yet another legislative victory for the American people.

    Thank you for all that you have done to put the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act on the President’s desk — and on the books.


    Patrick Leahy
    U.S. Senator

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  • I would advise you not to “admire” their “language”

    You’ll be flagged as a “Terrorist Sympathizer…”



  • Dave:

    On further relection, “Thank you!” for the photo of the koala, and the rescuer. I saw that on the same day that I learned that some unspeakable assholes had selectively “bricked” the windows of the PDSA Charity Shop here in beautiful Westbury-on-Trym, along with several other Charity Shops. These places abound because the economic woes are making it harder for shops to survive; and the Landlords prefer a tenanted building so they let the “difficult-to-let” properties at peppercorn rents to Charity Shops.

    Small businesses, their workers and their suppliers are really being hit hard by the declines in discretionary spending. Sad…

    One more reason to support a decent Guaranteed Basic Income.


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