Thursday, November 29, 2007

Go Fuck Yourself Sudan

Really, this isn't any worse than any of the other atrocities committed by Muslim governments every week, like the woman who was given 200 lashes for riding in a car with an unrelated man, who also raped her. For some reason this teacher in Sudan has really grabbed my attention. I guess it's because her picture is everywhere, and she just looks so kind and innocent, I dunno.

Anyways, after the Sudanese embassy assured the world that this entire thing was a "tempest in a teapot", a misunderstanding that would certainly amount to nothing, Gillian Gibbons has been charged with the crime of blasphemy. She was in court today (verdict pending at the time of this writing), and must "prove her innocence" to avoid punishments ranging from fines, to jail time, to lashings from a stiff leather whip. That's a quote by the way, prove her innocence. That's how they do things in Sudan.

As before, of course, the quotes from all sides are unbelievable.

"I hope the charges will be dropped and I hope she will be released but I also hope that people will understand that the whole thing came about because of insensitivity on her part," spokesman Khaled al-Mubarak told the BBC.

That's right. We hope she isn't punished, but if she is then she deserves it.

Miliband said in his statement: "The British government fully respects the faith of Islam and Britain has a longstanding tradition of religious tolerance."

What a fucking tool. Talk about appeasement, doesn't this sound familiar?

Chamberlain said in his statement: "The British government fully respects the politics of National Socialism and Britain has a longstanding tradition of antisemetic genocidal tolerance."


The sentence has been returned: she's guilty of insulting Islam, and has received 15 days in a Sudanese jail. I guess its better than a year in jail, and she wasn't given 50 lashes. But really, how pleasant can a Sudanese jail be? I wouldn't be surprised if she became acquainted with the whip anyways, and possibly a healthy dose of rape as well. The Reuters article I linked to above has simply changed, instead of writing a new article. Of course they got rid of those quotes I posted, so I don't know if they're still recorded anywhere. Reuters couldn't wait to remove any evidence of criticism against this fucking awful joke of a religion masquerading as a government.


Anonymous said...

I have lived in sudan for almost a year now, and I personally think that it is the WORST country in the world. Sudanese people are total idiots. They have no life. All they do is sit around and talk, eat, and stare at people. They're so annoying, and they're really lazy too. I really HATE sudanese people. FUCK SUDAN, FUCKFUCKFUCK!

Anonymous said...

I want to tell you guys that Sudan is a place where the poor the uneducated and the lazy people are a majority, the native people of Khartoum, Omdurman, Khartoum Bahry and may be Port Sudan city and others who got there education earlier in Khartoum are the people who understand what is really happening in Khartoum the others are immigrants from other states that work and may be came to live in the Khartoum metropolis they are the idiots your talking about, we hated what happened to the British teacher the real case actually had nothing to do with her she toke the public attention from something bigger going under there chins (and that's another story believe me) and to prove to England and others that Sudan does not give a shit about who they are and what can they do stupid but true the poor teacher just happened to be in the wrong time at the wrong place and definitely with the wrong government, and please what is happening in Sudan or any Arabian country has nothing to do with Islam its some thing else that even well educated Muslims cant understand so I don't blame you but Sudan is not all bad the government is, did you know that the government actually did not educate the people from other states to role them and brought them to Khartoum by starving them half to death in there regions so that they can support them by becoming a majority in Khartoum its a real shame, and I am very sorry that all of this had happened and I really feel that I am a part of this by just being Sudanese.