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kianb in Pahlaver:
10 Steps To A Safer Britain
1. Confidently assert British values

2. Exclude foreign undesirables

3. Repeal the Human Rights Act

4. Crackdown on propaganda

5. Intercept evidence admissable in court

6. Visible police presence

7. Sensible policing

8. Expectation for Muslims to join the police and security forces

9. Effective border controls

10. Increased detention facilities
Ten urgent steps to make Britain safer
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kianb in Discarded Lies:
Rafsanjani Pushes For A-Bomb
Hashemi Rafsanjani, back from his fresh presidential election campaign in which he was depicting himself as a 'pragmatic moderate' promising good relations with United States and more freedom for Iranian youth - sponsored by CNN and BBC, is now showing his good old hard line way.
"The monopolistic powers want to deprive us of our legitimate right but with wisdom and suitable actions we will not allow them," Rafsanjani said in a Friday sermon broadcast on state radio.

"Future generations would consider it shameful that their country was deprived (of nuclear technology)."
While former hard liner Ahmadinejad is becoming a pure Machiavellian, although he wouldn't mind if anybody wants to call him 'moderate'.
President-Elect Mahmud Ahmadinejad said in Mashhad on Thursday that Iran despises weapons of mass destruction as much as it hates the fact that certain nations are deprived of nuclear energy.

“In fact, we consider it a great violation of rights," he added.
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kianb in Pahlaver:
Shell Continues To Support Mullahs, Despite Obvious US Sanctions
Royal Dutch Shell PLC disclosed in a filing this week that it faces risks of U.S. sanctions in Iran.

In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission related to the merging of its British and Dutch halves Wednesday, the oil company said its investments in Iran and Syria could mean it will be barred from financing by U.S. institutions.

The company declined to comment for this article.

The SEC has written to European and U.S. oil companies active in embargoed countries, asking them to inform investors about the risks they face from investing in countries the United States accuses of supporting terrorism.

A version sent to European companies also requested details about commissions paid in Iran, a lawyer has previously said.

The sanctions are widely known, but the fact Shell disclosed their possible impact means the risk should be taken seriously, said Manouchehr Takin, a London-based analyst with the Centre for Global Energy Studies.

Shell says the U.S. legislation is in conflict with European law, which specifies no limit should be put on investment in Iran. Shell says the enforceability of U.S. sanctions on Shell's Iran projects appears to be unlikely.

In fact, the U.S. government has formally waived the sanctions for an Iranian natural gas project managed by Total SA of France, OAO Gazprom of Russia and Petronas of Malaysia. It has since turned a blind eye to other investments by Shell and Eni SpA of Italy.

However, the disclosure comes amid a background of political pressure that could lead Shell "to be more careful" with its Iranian investments, Takin said.

"The publication could be used by other departments, such as the U.S. Treasury," to act against the company, he said.

Scrutiny from the SEC on European companies' activities in Iran could increase if Rep. Christopher Cox, R-Calif., nominated by President Bush to head the regulator, is appointed. Cox, whose appointment could come after a Senate hearing next week, has supported stronger enforcement of U.S. sanctions against Iran.

A senior Iranian oil official involved in negotiating deals with foreign energy companies said, "This is nothing new in that Shell has supposedly been limited by U.S.-imposed sanctions in Iran in the past, but that hasn't affected business, and my feeling is that it won't do so in the future."

Shell has a 70 percent interest in an agreement to redevelop the Soroosh and Nowrooz oil fields in the northern Gulf with Iran's national oil company.

It has also signed a framework agreement for a 25 percent stake in the Persian liquefied natural gas project.

Shell also maintains activities in other countries that are subject to sanctions. It has majority stakes in three production-sharing contracts in Syria, and it operates a downstream business in Sudan.
Shell says it faces sanctions in Iran
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evariste in Discarded Lies:
Hi, Honey, I'm Home!
My business trip went really well (aside from getting lost driving for several hours one night and feeling really stupid). I put almost exactly 1300 miles on the rental car. I miss you guys, especially those of you guys who are named zorkie. Back in the saddle again-giddyup! :-)

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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Bullies
I don't know anything about John Roberts, the new U.S. Supreme Court nominee, but hearing that he hates bullies pleased me immensely because I hate bullies too. Here's my bully story: in 6th grade this boy named Jordan never missed a chance to pinch me, kick me, elbow me and in general make my life miserable. He did it to other children too but he took particular pleasure in harassing me, it seemed like. One afternoon on my way home from school, I saw him and two of his buddies blocking my way. I was very scared because I knew I was going to get beat up so I went on the offensive, I ran towards them, slapped Jordan in the face really hard, slapped either one or both of the other guys (I was too scared to keep track of what I was doing) and ran home. He never bothered me again.
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kianb in Discarded Lies:
Aswad's Friend in Sweden
The 39-year old Swede suspected of involvement in the London bombings has said that Sweden would be “punished" if he was handed over to a foreign power.

The man, who is originally from Lebanon, has lived in Sweden since he was 18. In an interview with Dagens Nyheter last October, he denied that he had met Osama Bin Laden but said that he “loved him".

“I am proud of Osama bin Laden. I am proud of everyone who wages war for justice."

The man also told Dagens Nyheter that he thought the September 11th attacks against the United States were “very good."

The man refuted accusations that he had been at a terrorist training camp in Oregon in 1999. He admitted, however, that he had lived with Abu Hamza, a controversial Muslim preacher at the Finsbury Park mosque in London, who is currently awaiting trial in Britain on terrorism and race-hate charges.

The Swedish man says that he lived with one-eyed, hook-handed Hamza “for medical reasons, as a nurse."

The man, who is described by the FBI as “very dangerous", denies that he was involved in the London attacks of July 7th. In an interview published by Expressen on Friday, he says that he has not left Sweden in the past three years.

Responding to reports that he had flown to the United States in 1999 in the company of Haroon Rashid [Aswad], suspected mastermind of the London bombings, the man said he does not know who Rashid is, and has never met him.

While denying involvement in the London bombings, the man said that the suicide bombers who attacked three underground trains and a bus were “martyrs," adding that he hoped also to become a martyr one day.

“They are not terrorists, as they are doing what Islam requires," he said.

Sweden, he said, is not threatened by al-Qaeda, although he told Expressen that this could change if the Swedish government handed him over to the British or American authorities.

“If Sweden hands me over to another country then it will only have itself to blame. Sweden will then be punished with the greatest punishment."
Man linked to London bombings threatens Sweden
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
But it's a dry heat...
It's a 117 degrees in Las Vegas. I've never been in 117 degree weather in the States, the highest I've experienced is 108. However, I'm very familiar with summertime in Salonica: the thermometer may say 98 degrees but the added humidity makes it the real temperature: 140 degrees. This is my truth and I don't care what Ed says.
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guest author: Dave Ray in Discarded Lies:
Only Available In The UK
Johnny Foreigner, curse your luck for not having access to these exclusively British things.

Page 3 Girls



It's the saucy seaside postcard, the Carry On film, or Robin Askwith's arse - that peculiarly British take on sex and nudity that usually involves wearing one's socks to bed. There's something so civilised and British about the nudity of Page 3's lovely ladies, too - pored over at breakfast table along with the crossword - that puts the rest of the planet to shame.

Trainspotting

To the rest of the world, trains are merely something that gets you from A to B on time. Not in the UK. Here, dishevelled men in Parkas with notebooks and flask perched on station platforms noting numbers of the choo-choos (which are generally three quarters of an hour late).

The Gentry

Hoards of over fed, under bred posh folk with the slimmest of claims of being royalty roam the land in massive cars (Range Rovers and Bentleys) or chase mammals across their huge estates on horseback. Anywhere else there'd be a revolution.

Fish And Chips

When we eat the fruits of the sea, we don't want to be making eye contact with it. Chop the fishy's head off, rip out its spine and deep fry it. And thick cut chips, if you please. The more grease and fat the better.

Pubs

Where the foreign type might favour a fancy bar serving wine by the glass or light beers in bottles, the British favour a boozer with snugs, dartboards and walls the colour of the inside of a smoker's lung. Oh, and beer that actually gets you drunk.

Village Fetes



Along with Morris dancing (above) and tombolas, proof that eccentricity, the kind that sells to American tourists, is still alive and well in parts of the UK. Nettle eating contests, cheese rolling and enormous great sideburns are what makes this country great.

Herberts, Chavs And Scallies

Sportswear clad scamps who, along with their scrunchie wearing sherbert/chavette/scalliette female counterparts, hang out pointlessly on our street corners flying a (fake) Burberry flag for British youth. Just don't ask them to look after your car. More info on this growing underclass can be found at www.chavscum.co.uk

And Finally

Only in Britain... can a pizza get to your house faster than an ambulance.

Only in Britain... do supermarkets make sick people walk all the way to the back of the shop to get their prescriptions while healthy people can buy cigarettes at the front.

Only in Britain... do people order double cheeseburgers, large fries, and a diet coke.

Only in Britain... do banks leave both doors open and chain the pens to the counters.

Only in Britain... do we leave cars worth thousands of pounds on the drive and put our junk and cheap lawn mower in the garage.

Only in Britain... do we buy hot dogs in packs of ten and buns in packs of eight.

Only in Britain... are there handicap parking places in front of a skating rink.

3 Brits die each year testing if a 9v battery works on their tongue.

142 Brits were injured in 1999 by not removing all pins from new shirts.

58 Brits are injured each year by using sharp knives instead of screwdrivers.

31 Brits have died since 1996 by watering their Christmas tree while the fairy lights were plugged in.

19 Brits have died in the last 3 years believing that Christmas decorations were chocolate.

British Hospitals reported 4 broken arms last year after cracker pulling accidents. 101 people since 1999 have had to have broken parts of plastic toys pulled out of the soles of their feet.

18 Brits had serious burns in 2000 trying on a new jumper with a lit cigarette in their mouth.

A massive 543 Brits were admitted to A&E in the last two years after opening bottles of beer with their teeth.

5 Brits were injured last year in accidents involving out of control Scalextric cars.
and finally.........

In 2000 eight Brits cracked their skull whilst throwing up into the toilet.
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