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Comment: Re:OMG, THE TERRORISTS WILL WIN!!!!!! (Score 3, Funny) 73

by TheP4st (#47901187) Attached to: NSA Metadata Collection Gets 90-Day Extension

take away our bacon cheese burgers and beer and NFL/NBA/MLB and get rid of all the booze like prohibition and make everyone bow to Mecca five times a day and keep girls from walking around in shorts because you know THEY HATE OUR FREEDOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You got it all wrong it never were about hate of our freedom, it is a genuine concern about the obesity problem the US is having and they figure dietary restrictions, exercise 5 times a day greatly would improve the issue, and fat asses in too tiny shorts... Well, most of us rather not see that.

Comment: Re:Woosh (Score 1) 232

by TheP4st (#47669611) Attached to: Fugitive Child Sex Abuser Caught By Face-Recognition Technology
http://america.aljazeera.com/o...
Snippet: Despite finding that Mayfield’s print was not an identical match to the print left on the bag of detonators, FBI fingerprint examiners rationalized away the differences, according to a report by the Department of Justice’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG). Under the one discrepancy rule, the FBI lab should have concluded Mayfield did not leave the print found in Madrid — a conclusion the SNP reached and repeatedly communicated to the FBI. The FBI’s Portland field office, however, used that fingerprint match to begin digging into Mayfield’s background. Certain details of the attorney’s life convinced the agents that they had their man. Mayfield had converted to Islam after meeting his wife, an Egyptian.
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UK Police Won't Comment On The Tracking of People's Phone Calls 52

Posted by samzenpus
from the ask-me-that-later dept.
Daniel_Stuckey writes You've maybe heard a bit about Stingray. Over the past couple of years, it has emerged that police forces in the US have been using the powerful surveillance tool, which tricks phones into connecting to a dragnet, to track mobile devices, and intercept calls and text messages. Meanwhile, the London Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) continue to remain tight lipped about their use of the technology, leaving citizens in the dark on what privacy protections, if any, are in place for those who may get swept up by the broad surveillance techniques.

Comment: Re:Radicalization (Score 1) 868

by TheP4st (#47559031) Attached to: Gaza's Only Power Plant Knocked Offline
Ariel Sharon were not exactly blameless either being responsible for actions like the Qibya massacre in 1953.

The attack began with a mortar barrage on the village until Israeli forces reached the outskirts of the village. Israeli troops employed Bangalore torpedoes to breach the barbed-wire fences surrounding the village, and mined roads to prevent Jordanian forces from intervening. At the same time at least 25 mortar shells were fired into the neighbouring village of Budrus. The Israeli troops simultaneously entered the village from three sides. IDF soldiers encountered resistance from soldiers and village guards, and in the gunbattle that followed, 10–12 soldiers and guards defending the village were killed and Israeli soldier was lightly wounded. The soldiers did not thoroughly inspect the homes in the village for the presence of residents, and when military engineers dynamited dozens of buildings across the village, scores of civilians were killed. At dawn, the operation was considered complete, and the Israelis returned home.

Seriously this fucking blame game really have to end! Both sides have committed atrocities. To claim otherwise is at best astoundingly ignorant, at worst plain evil with roots ethnic bias. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Q...

Comment: Re:Radicalization (Score 1) 868

by TheP4st (#47558867) Attached to: Gaza's Only Power Plant Knocked Offline

To put that in some context, how would the international community have reacted if the British government (during the Irish "troubles") had sent the RAF to bomb neighbourhoods in Belfast or Derry because "we think there are some terrorists there"? It wasn't acceptable then and it's not acceptable now.

But of course it is acceptable, they are all muslim terrorists set on taking over the west with explosive filled underwear not good Christians like those nice blokes in IRA and everybody else in Belfast.

Comment: Re:Radicalization (Score 2) 868

by TheP4st (#47558761) Attached to: Gaza's Only Power Plant Knocked Offline

Israel isn't carpet bombing the Palestinians, they're targeting legitimate military

I doubt that UN spokesperson Chris Gunness would agree with that:

there had earlier been "firing around the compound" and his organisation had asked the Israeli army for time to evacuate civilians. "We spent much of the day trying to negotiate or to coordinate a window so that civilians, including our staff, could leave. That was never granted and the consequences of that appear to be tragic." Gunness said the Israeli military were supplied with coordinates of UN schools where those displaced were sheltering. UN sources told the Guardian a call was placed to the Israeli military at 10.55am requesting permission to evacuate but their call was not returned.

And as most of us know that ended with 15 civilians killed and over 200 injured, many severely so.

An Ada exception is when a routine gets in trouble and says 'Beam me up, Scotty'.

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