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#61 Arpa

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Posted 11 December 2008 - 02:47 PM

Dear Ashot, can you please move, repost it here so we can have all the stand-up comics under one roof so to speak?
http://hyeforum.com/...mp;#entry252811
Not to forget that his ilk invented the art of comedy, read that book of trash aka Old Testament.

Edited by Arpa, 11 December 2008 - 02:49 PM.


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Posted 11 December 2008 - 02:49 PM

we are going to ask our Arch axper to do it!

Arch axper karoghes teghapoxel Arpai asats tegh@ miqich tsitsaghenq!

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Posted 14 December 2008 - 08:25 PM

oh man........and this idiot was our president for 8 years


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Posted 14 December 2008 - 11:48 PM

yes chem arel azniv xosq !!!




Ed es esora patahel te hin bana ? ??

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Posted 14 December 2008 - 11:49 PM

Bush Ducks Shoes Thrown in Iraqi Leader’s Office (Update3)
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By Edwin Chen

Dec. 14 (Bloomberg) -- President George W. Bush ducked two shoes thrown at him by a man during a press conference in the Iraqi prime minister’s office to mark the signing of a security agreement.

Bush wasn’t hit by the shoes, which both sailed over his head after they were thrown one after the other. The president shrugged and said “I’m OK” after the incident in Baghdad today. “All I can report is it is a size 10,” Bush said afterwards.

In Arab culture, throwing shoes is a grave show of disrespect. “This is the farewell kiss, you dog,” the man shouted in Arabic.

After U.S. troops pulled down a statue of former dictator Saddam Hussein in 2003, Iraqi bystanders tossed shoes at it, according to news reports at the time. Bush said today’s incident was an example of free speech in a democracy.

The man threw the shoes from about 25 feet away as Bush, standing with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, made formal remarks before the signing of the Iraqi-U.S. agreement. Maliki tried to block the second thrown shoe as it flew toward Bush, according to video of the incident shown on television.

Wrestled to Ground

The shoe-thrower, who was in a group of journalists, was wrestled to the ground and taken away. “This is from the widows, the orphans and those who were killed in Iraq,” shouted the man, later identified by the Associated Press as Muntadar al-Zeidi, a correspondent for Al-Baghdadia television, an Iraqi- owned station based in Cairo, Egypt.

At the signing ceremony, Bush said a free and democratic Iraq will now become “a force for freedom” and a “source of stability in a volatile region.”

“There is still more work to be done,” Bush said. “The war is not over.” The president said that with the agreement, “and the courage of the Iraqi people, and the Iraqi troops, and American troops and civilian personnel, it is decisively on its way to being won.”

Bush arrived today in Baghdad on a surprise visit -- his last to Iraq as commander-in-chief -- to celebrate the agreement, thank U.S. troops and meet with Iraqi leaders.

It was Bush’s fourth visit to a nation transformed by the U.S.-led war he started in 2003. It follows three weeks after Iraq’s parliament approved an accord with the U.S. that provides for the withdrawal of American troops by the end of 2011.

Obama’s Plan

President-elect Barack Obama has said one of his first acts as commander-in-chief would be to direct his military commanders to begin withdrawing troops “as quickly as we can” while maintaining stability in Iraq, ensuring the safety of U.S. troops and preventing a resurgence of terrorism.

The president has made three previous unannounced trips to Iraq -- on Thanksgiving 2003, June 13, 2006, and Sept. 3, 2007.

While those earlier trips were intended largely to bolster troop morale and shore up domestic support for the unpopular war, Bush’s latest Iraq visit amounted to a valedictory appearance. He leaves office on Jan. 20.

Bush ended his visit to Baghdad by addressing more than 1,000 troops at Camp Victory, the staging area in Baghdad for U.S. forces. He was greeted by cheers and whoops inside the late Saddam Hussein’s Al Faw palace, where he stood beneath an American flag that reached nearly to the rotunda of the palace.

The surge of additional U.S. troops sent to Iraq early last year to quell sectarian violence has been “one of the greatest successes in the history of the United States military,” Bush said.

To contact the reporter on this story: Edwin Chen in Baghdad at echen32@bloomberg.net
Last Updated: December 14, 2008 16:21 EST


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Posted 15 December 2008 - 09:17 AM

Flying shoe. tongue.gif
http://www.adams.k12.....ying shoe.gif
Shoo fly don’t bother me; biggrin.gif
http://www.youtube.c...feature=related
Throwing a shoe is one of the worst insults not only in those parts of the world but most everywhere. It is usually thrown at whining and barking dogs at night.
Remember Khruschev pounding his shoe?

Edited by Arpa, 15 December 2008 - 09:25 AM.


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Posted 15 December 2008 - 12:58 PM

QUOTE (ED @ Dec 14 2008, 09:25 PM)
oh man........and this idiot was our president for 8 years


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Looked like a scene from the movies of the Three Stooges! lol.gif

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Posted 15 December 2008 - 01:06 PM

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Posted 15 December 2008 - 08:10 PM

QUOTE (Yervant1 @ Dec 15 2008, 10:58 AM)
Looked like a scene from the movies of the Three Stooges! lol.gif



here you go Yervant jan



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Posted 15 December 2008 - 10:15 PM

QUOTE (Azat @ Dec 15 2008, 09:10 PM)
here you go Yervant jan

Good one! Did you know he is Canadian? smile.gif

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Posted 29 December 2008 - 05:51 PM

HO HO HO HA HA HA HO HUM!
Here is Santayollah;
http://www.prophetof...vi_Khomeini.jpg
http://www.google.co...Y0fbogD95BQAR00
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Sarajevans protest Santa Claus ban
The Associated Press
Sunday, December 28, 2008; 11:36 AM
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina -- Hundreds of Bosnians have protested against a recent ban on Santa Claus in the city's kindergartens.
The directors of Sarajevo's day-care centers, kindergartens and preschools banned Santa. They argued that the capital is predominantly Muslim and Santa Claus is not part of the Muslim tradition.
A multi-religious mix of parents, children and others blew whistles on a downtown square on Sunday and requested Santa be restored to the children. Many protesters wore Santa Claus hats.
Santa is known locally as Father Frost and has given out presents to generations of Bosnian children in schools, kindergartens and other institutions. This was done even during communist rule and was always tied to New Year's celebrations. The demonstrators say that makes it a Bosnian tradition




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Posted 30 December 2008 - 01:09 PM

HOLY HOAX
Holohoax? How about Holy Hoax!
Use you imagination. See that the perpetrator of the “hoax” is an heir to those others who claim to have written the Bible, and claim it to be an actual historical science. How many more “hoaxes” have they written and still are writing that the rest of us “idiots” take as the “Gospel Truth”? That Palestine is the “promised land”. Promised by whom, to whom?
Is it Hava Na gila or Have a Tequila? tongue.gif
Ի Վերին Երուսաղէմ!!!
Ի վերին Երուսաղէմ,
ի բնակարանս հրեշտակաց,
ուր Ենովք եւ Եղիաս
կան ծերացեալ աղաւնակերպ
ի դրախտին Եդեմական
պայծառացեալ արժանապէս:
Ողորմած Տէր, ողորմեա
հոգւոցն մեր ննջեցելոց:

http://www.youtube.c...feature=related
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Touching Holocaust Story A Hoax
Dec. 29, 2008
(CBS) The publication of a holocaust memoir called "Angel at the Fence" has been canceled. It was written by Herman Rosenblat, a holocaust survivor, but his story was too good to be true.
The Rosenblat's marriage seemed tailor-made for movies and memoirs, reports CBS News correspondent Kelly Cobiella. A love story born in Hitler's Europe at a German labor camp.
"I saw a little girl on the other side of the barbed wire," Herman Rosenblat said.
Twelve-year-old Herman was a prisoner, the girl on the other side, he said -- his savior.
"She took out an apple out of her jacket and she threw it over the fence," Herman said. "I grabbed the apple and I ran."
Years later Rosenblat, now an adult, said he met that same girl on a blind date in New York.
"And that was it," Herman said. "I knew right then and there we were going to get married." The story inspired a children's book, two appearances on the Oprah Winfrey show, a movie deal and memoir in the works and countless interviews.
Some historians believed him too, but one recently raised red flags. The timeline, he said, didn't work, and the fence was too high. On Saturday, Berkley Books canceled Rosenblat's memoir "Angel at the Fence." In a statement he admitted his version of history was fiction.
Fellow Holocaust survivor Sidney Finkel appeared on the Oprah show with Rosenblat last year.
"I regret I didn't have the courage to really face him with it because I wasn't really 100 percent sure, but I pretty well knew that it was a made up story," Finkel said.
Rosenblat did survive a concentration camp, and his 50-year marriage to Roma is real. A seemingly unrepentant Rosenblat says he made up the rest to bring people happiness and hope..
Holocaust scholar Michael Berenbaum sat down with Early Show co-anchor Maggie Rodriguez to discuss the implications of the revelation that the Rosenblat's story was fiction. To view, click the Play button below.

Edited by Arpa, 30 December 2008 - 01:21 PM.


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Posted 08 January 2009 - 06:05 PM

This is too funny to pass!!!!!!!!!


ALPAY AHMED: "UNDER THE SLOGAN OF DEFENDING ITS POPULATION, ISRAEL IS HOLDING A POLICY OF MASS TERMINATION OF CIVILIANS"

Today.Az

Jan 7 2009
Azerbaijan

After reading the recent interview of Oqtay Atakhan, regarding events
in the Gaza strip, one can think that the speaker is not the chairman
of the Humanist party of Azerbaijan, but a representative of the
ultra-radical Israeli party "Shas", which is absolutely rejecting
the interests of Arabians in this region.

"Historian" Atakhan says in open that "this is an ancient land of
Jews", implying Gaza, where fierce fights are currently held. Most
historians, including Jewish scientists, consider that both Jews and
Arabians lived in this land since ancient. Love to Jews and antipathy
towards Arabians led this "specialist on genetics" to the conclusion
that Arabians have a kinship with Armenians and we, Azerbaijanis, with
Jews.
But when we further see his reaction on the events in the region,
it becomes obvious that the cynicism of this person has no boundaries.

How can a chairman of the so-called "Humanistic party of Azerbaijan"
close eyes on the brutal atrocities against civilians in Gaza? How
can "a humanist" justify termination of families, firing at schools,
hospitals, kindergartens, where women and children are hiding from air
offensive, calling it the obliged measures of self-defense by Israel?

One needs not be a military specialists to see that the aim of
the Tel-Aviv's policy is not only termination of Hamas, but also
intimidation of the Arabian population, suppression of the spirit of
resistance. It is not clear for a person, who "has long been watching
the conflict" that under the slogan of defending its population,
Israel is holding a policy of mass termination of civilians?

I do not support Hamas' policy, but it should be noted for justice
that on the whole this movement did not violate ceasefire for a
year. In late December of the last year, denouncing this regime, it
sent several rockets to Israel, where some people were just slightly
wounded. But there was an opportunity for resumption of further talks
for the resolution of this conflict.

The murder of about 600 people can not be justified referring to the
need to defend civilians in Israel. Atakhan did not say a word about
hundreds of killed Arabians, perhaps because of their kinship to
Armenians.
He is far from the concept of Muslim solidarity, for his
antipathy to Islam as a religion is well known. But when a person,
who calls himself "a humanist" is indifferent to cruelty towards
civilians, he can be called no one but a cynic.




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Posted 09 January 2009 - 09:40 AM

A standing ovation for this latest of standup comics clap.gif clap.gif goof.gif jester.gif dunce.gif
Which is it? Failed historians turning to comedy, or failed comedians to "history"?
Remember that comedian turned "historian" halacoglu that even his own kind found him ridiculously hilarious and "defrocked" him? tongue.gif
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I should have written the following tongue.gif
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Chief Turkish Historian Under Fire for Racism
Blogian on 24 Aug 2007

You thought he was a denier, but did you know he was also an urologist? biggrin.gif

Turkey’s official chief historian Yusuf Halacoglu, who has made news at Blogian for his role in covering up the discovery and the destruction of a possible Armenian Genocide mass grave, is under fire now for what many in Turkey see as racist comments against both Armenians and Kurds.

Halacoglu, the head of the governmental Turkish Historical Society, has now ridiculed himself by proclaiming at a conference that there are no Kurds in Turkey: “Kurds are converted Turkmen and Kurdish Alevis are converted Armenians.” (Halacoglu is quoted as saying in the Turkish Daily News)

Apparently, after going through the genitalia of PKK (a militant Kurdish group deemed as terrorist by the West) members, Halacoglu has once again discovered there has been no Armenian Genocide. He is quoted in the Turkish press as saying, “For example when some PKK members are arrested it becomes apparent that they are not circumcised.”

If a Kurd is not circumcised then he must be Armenian, thinks Halacoglu. If there are so many covert Armenians in Turkey then there has been no Armenian Genocide, thinks - or should I say hallucinates - Halacoglu. I wonder what Halacoglu could find out by looking at mine.

It is difficult to say what is the most shocking aspect about Halacoglu’s new hallucination - denying the Kurdish identity, propagating conspiracy theories about Armenians, denying the Armenian Genocide or trying to even more dehumanize Kurds by calling them Armenians?

Kenan Ercel, a native of Turkey now at the Economics Department at the University of Massachusetts, says that the motivations behind Halacoglu’s statements are ignored.

There is much talk and outcry around Halacoglu’s latest statements but
what gets surprisingly little attention in the midst of all the hubbub is
the motivation behind those statements, which is not so much to deny Kurds
a separate ethnic identity (he already backpedaled on that) but to
downplay the scale of the 1915 deportations. As Halacoglu stated in a TV interview yesterday (on SkyTurk), if it can be shown that hundreds of thousands of Armenians who were believed to have disappeared from Anatolia were actually still there under the guise of a different ethnicity (Alevi Kurds), then it can be proven that the deportations were no where near as widespread as they are claimed to be. In the said interview he argued that if this hidden population was accounted for, the number of Armenians living in Turkey as of 1920 would turn out to be 1.3 million! Hence, not only was there no genocide, but even the “tehcir” was very limited in scope.

As to how such a sizeable Christian population managed to meld in
(almost en masse) with a Muslim sect without being noticed by the CUP authorities and their collaborators, I’m sure Halacoglu has other fairy tales to tell

Edited by Arpa, 12 January 2009 - 04:39 AM.


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Posted 09 January 2009 - 10:24 AM

Comedy in motion?
Recently I received a PM from one our concerned Forumers asking me why all of a sudden I had turned anti-S**tic. It may have been prompted by my post #72 above. However, they failed to show us when it was that I said anything or ridiculed those close to a billion people who profess to be semitic, among which the Arabic speakers, the Arameans, Babylonians, Sumerians and the Assyrians.
How naive can we be to fall in that trap of "anti-sh*t*sm"?
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ANTI-SEMITES EXPLOIT ISRAEL'S ACTIONS

BIA
Jan 8 2009
Turkey

Rights activists Bilgen and Haligua condemn racist comments that
gain ground in protests against Israel's offensive in Gaza. "The
government and the media incite such reactions. We should demand peace,
not revenge."

Criticizing anti-semite comments and reactions in protests against
Israel's offensive in Gaza, former head of the conservative rights
organization MAZLUMDER Ayhan Bilgen and rights activist -and a Turkish
Jew- Avi Haligua underlined the error of identifying a state's policies
with its people.

Bilgen, advised protestors to question the actions of governments
holding good relations with Israel, including the Justice and
Development Part (AKP) government. Haligua, a radio producer, draws
attention to the media's role in the circulation of such racist
reactions.

"All Jews are trying to clear of others but we'll fight" said a young
commentator during a mainstream TV program, aired last night.

On another account, members of the Osmangazi Cultural Foundation in
EskiÅ~_ehir held banners which read "Armenians and Jews not allowed
through this door"
during a staged protest.


Several members of the Human Rights Association (Ä°HD) are applying
to court on the basis of "inciting hatred", regarding those comments.

"It's a grose error to bill the faults of the Israeli state to Jews
living in other parts of the world" said Bilgen. "We must clearly
distinguish between demands of peace in the Middle East and demands
that would instigate further ethnic and religious fights. One should
not forget that the most powerful reaction to Israel's policies comes
from within the country, from Israeli peace activists"

Noting he had covered most of the demonstrations in Istanbul, "I'm
not comfortable faced with demands to account for Israel's actions"
said Haligua.

While this is the case, he also reacts to PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan
saying "we've welcomed Jews as our guest here 600 years ago".

"I'm not a Israeli citizen says Haligua. "Utilization of the notion
of 'guest' after 600 years shows how deep anti-semitism goes. AKP
exploits the situation for the upcoming elections just as the Israeli
government does."

He notes that the media lays ground to racist comments through
sentimental approaches. "We should demand peace instead of
revenge."

Edited by Arpa, 09 January 2009 - 10:50 AM.


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Posted 09 January 2009 - 02:04 PM

See what this retard had else to say in another recent article:

I think that everything must end rather sooner than later with the restoration of the Jewish statehood and there will be too equal states: Israel and Palestine on this land. Good will, primarily, of Palestinians is needed for this process to end successfully.

We can use this model in the future as the ultimate variant regarding our native lands - former Irevan province. Our statehood must be established in the territory of the present-day Armenian Republic, at least, in a form of such a model, even in 2,000 years. It means that it could be one of the variants of our return to our native lands, which have been granted to Hayes, who are aliens on our native historical lands.

Ideally, there must not be any territorial alien enclaves, such as the so-called "Armenian Republic" between Turkey and present-day Azerbaijan.


QUOTE (Yervant1 @ Jan 8 2009, 07:05 PM)
This is too funny to pass!!!!!!!!!


ALPAY AHMED: "UNDER THE SLOGAN OF DEFENDING ITS POPULATION, ISRAEL IS HOLDING A POLICY OF MASS TERMINATION OF CIVILIANS"

Today.Az

Jan 7 2009
Azerbaijan

After reading the recent interview of Oqtay Atakhan, regarding events
in the Gaza strip, one can think that the speaker is not the chairman
of the Humanist party of Azerbaijan, but a representative of the
ultra-radical Israeli party "Shas", which is absolutely rejecting
the interests of Arabians in this region.

"Historian" Atakhan says in open that "this is an ancient land of
Jews", implying Gaza, where fierce fights are currently held. Most
historians, including Jewish scientists, consider that both Jews and
Arabians lived in this land since ancient. Love to Jews and antipathy
towards Arabians led this "specialist on genetics" to the conclusion
that Arabians have a kinship with Armenians and we, Azerbaijanis, with
Jews.
But when we further see his reaction on the events in the region,
it becomes obvious that the cynicism of this person has no boundaries.

How can a chairman of the so-called "Humanistic party of Azerbaijan"
close eyes on the brutal atrocities against civilians in Gaza? How
can "a humanist" justify termination of families, firing at schools,
hospitals, kindergartens, where women and children are hiding from air
offensive, calling it the obliged measures of self-defense by Israel?

One needs not be a military specialists to see that the aim of
the Tel-Aviv's policy is not only termination of Hamas, but also
intimidation of the Arabian population, suppression of the spirit of
resistance. It is not clear for a person, who "has long been watching
the conflict" that under the slogan of defending its population,
Israel is holding a policy of mass termination of civilians?

I do not support Hamas' policy, but it should be noted for justice
that on the whole this movement did not violate ceasefire for a
year. In late December of the last year, denouncing this regime, it
sent several rockets to Israel, where some people were just slightly
wounded. But there was an opportunity for resumption of further talks
for the resolution of this conflict.

The murder of about 600 people can not be justified referring to the
need to defend civilians in Israel. Atakhan did not say a word about
hundreds of killed Arabians, perhaps because of their kinship to
Armenians.
He is far from the concept of Muslim solidarity, for his
antipathy to Islam as a religion is well known. But when a person,
who calls himself "a humanist" is indifferent to cruelty towards
civilians, he can be called no one but a cynic.

Edited by DominO, 09 January 2009 - 02:06 PM.


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Posted 09 January 2009 - 03:24 PM

QUOTE (DominO @ Jan 9 2009, 03:04 PM)
See what this retard had else to say in another recent article:

I think that everything must end rather sooner than later with the restoration of the Jewish statehood and there will be too equal states: Israel and Palestine on this land. Good will, primarily, of Palestinians is needed for this process to end successfully.

We can use this model in the future as the ultimate variant regarding our native lands - former Irevan province. Our statehood must be established in the territory of the present-day Armenian Republic, at least, in a form of such a model, even in 2,000 years. It means that it could be one of the variants of our return to our native lands, which have been granted to Hayes, who are aliens on our native historical lands.

Ideally, there must not be any territorial alien enclaves, such as the so-called "Armenian Republic" between Turkey and present-day Azerbaijan.

I hope they have more dreaming baboons like him, who makes a fool out of themselves in front of the world.

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Posted 09 January 2009 - 03:47 PM

QUOTE (Yervant1 @ Jan 9 2009, 04:24 PM)
I hope they have more dreaming baboons like him, who makes a fool out of themselves in front of the world.


You'd be surprised to read that the world is actually ready to buy their nonesense in exchange for oil.

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 10:58 AM

QUOTE (DominO @ Jan 9 2009, 04:47 PM)
You'd be surprised to read that the world is actually ready to buy their nonesense in exchange for oil.

Nothing new in there, the oil will run out soon and their phony backing of absurdity.

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 11:34 AM

QUOTE (Yervant1 @ Jan 10 2009, 04:58 PM)
Nothing new in there, the oil will run out soon and their phony backing of absurdity.

In the meantime they'd better learn how to use that by-product of the oil, -"vaseline" - to make it less painful. I hate to say what their word for army "ordu" means in Armenian.




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