Thursday, December 18, 2008

Get lost, you dog!

Dogs are loyal but Bush is not. First his father (Bush senior) betrayed trust of Iraqis by allowing Saddam Hussain to continue killing Muslims. Then Clinton allowed the same policy in his 8-year rule. After Bush arrived on the scene, he wanted to desperately begin a war in Iraq which everyone knew was to get more free oil and help create vacuum in the power circle of Muslims. Iraq, Zionists believed, would itself become an example to vagabonds like Iran and Pakistan, both of which are considered as threats to Zionists aim of isolating Muslims, making them illiterate and subordinate to the power of Zionism, and finally destroying their Holiest places, Makkah Sharif and Madina Munawarra. Somehow, Muslims of our times are so illiterate that the aim of such ruthless Zionists seems to be right on target. (Good examples include Afghan puppet, Karzai and IMF puppet, Zardari).

Now, to the shoe.

In Arab world, as we are being repeatedly informed, showing someone the shoe is perhaps one of the greatest insults. Throwing a shoe is something horrible. And when an Iraqi throws both his shoes at someone while simultanously calling him a dog, that is an insult to remember. Even Bush, so dimwitted that class 5 kids are better of, would remember this double insult all his life. Just what good writers can imagine and what bad CIA agents in Washington can think, is reported below through an email forwarded by my friend, Raja Islam:

The pair of shoes which was thrown at Mr. Bush in Iraq has links to Pakistan, said a statement from Pentagon. They have the following proofs:

i) The journalist had visited Pakistan earlier this year.
There he was inspired by the shoe throwing at former CM Arbab Ghulam Rahim and Sher Afghan Niazi.

ii) He received his training of throwing shoes by a Pakistan based Jihadi organization.

iii) The DNA sample of leather has revealed that the animal whose skin was used for manufacturing the shoe had traces of grass which is grown in North of Pakistan and this skin was collected by a Jihadi organization on Eid-ul-Adha this month.

Hearing this, President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani have decided to ban the Jihadi organization and launched a country wide crackdown against all the cobblers in Pakistan.

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