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Heroes Volume 4 Rare Preview!

Posted by shkoles on August 28, 2008

Hey guys,

I just recently heard some exciting news on the 4th volume of heroes which is to be called ‘Fugitives’! The way it will work is, the first 13 episode of season 3 will be titled ‘Villains‘ and the remaining 12 episodes will be titled under the volume ‘Fugitives‘.

This is very exciting news and just shows what a different direction the writers are going in with Heroes.

Anyways guys, STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES!!heroes volume 4!

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Heroes Season 3 Rare Preview – News Update

Posted by shkoles on August 28, 2008

Hey guys,

just thought id give an update on some very exciting heroes news!

Ausiello just spilled the beans out and said that, there’s a strong possibility of Seth Green & Breckin Meyer are joining to Heroes cast. They’ll not be regular cast members, because they’re pretty busy with Robot Chicken, but there will be multi-episode story arc for them.

Real-life BFFs and frequent collaborators Seth Green and Breckin Meyer are nearing a deal to join the cast of Heroes for multi-episode arcs, sources confirm to me exclusively.

As I first teased in this week’s episode of Ausiello TV, the Robot Chicken duo will play Atlanta-based comic book nerds aficionados who cross paths with (and perhaps serve as advisors to) one of the Heroes.

STAY TUNED FOR MORE UPDATES!

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Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Season 2 Rare Preview

Posted by shkoles on August 26, 2008

Hey guys,

This is my first post about Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Season 2 is airing soon as we all know and its very exciting. Season 1 was awesome but season 2 promises to be even better!

The tagline is ‘Allies become enemies, A boy becomes a man and the Terminator saga is reborn!’

I’m sure like me you cant wait for it to begin.

Rumours
– Apparently Camerons CPU was damaged in the season finale and so she will actually turn on John!!!!

– Ive heard that a new terminator will be sent back in time….what this means and which side she will be on Johns or Skynets is yet to be seen!!

Anywhooo stay tuned for updates very soon…

Below are three trailers on the upcoming season, the first episode of season 2 is entitled ‘Samson and Delilah’.

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How Education Is The Key For Peace Between Israel And The Palestinians

Posted by Atilla89 on August 12, 2008

If you’ve ever wondered how to stop the cycle of violence that plagues Israel and the Gaza Strip & West Bank then I have the answer for you, education. This may seem a little bit strange but education has the most say in a child’s outlook on the world. When I say education I am not just referring to going to school and then coming home to do homework and study. I am talking about the education that children receive from their parents, their friends, their religion and the media both independent and state-sponsored.

When a child learns to hate a particular people or religion from an early age, that hatred stays with them for a long time. When the message is continually hammered into them from every source of education it is almost impossible to undo the effects of such an upbringing. Of course, I am talking about the education that is continually forced upon Palestinian children. In my opinion, it would take generations to undo the damage being done to the Palestinian children in the Gaza Strip and West Bank. However outlining a brief plan of such a solution is not the point of this post. My aim is to show one particular grotesque way in which such a hatred of Israel and Jews is being fostered upon Palestinian children.

For example, a recent article in Pajamas Media titled ‘How Gaza Kids Are Spending Their Summer Vacation‘ is a great example of this ‘education’. When most people think of school holidays (especially summer) they think of going to the beach to relax, maybe going to a summer camp (known as a Sport and Recreation camp in Australia), you get the picture. However in the Gaza Strip, summer holidays means something completely different:

‘Hamas and Islamic Jihad, ever mindful of their responsibilities as pillars of the Palestinian community, are running their annual summer camps for thousands of youngsters…In addition to receiving healthy doses of religious and political indoctrination, they’ll be learning how to handle weapons and navigate assault courses.’

Hang on you say, did I read that last part right? They are letting children handle weapons? These sorts of descriptions sadly no longer surprise me (think Farfour, the Hamas version of Micky Mouse), indeed they are almost the norm now in Gaza. However to somebody else who has no idea about Palestinian society this would come as a shock and rightly so, this sort of treatment is disgusting.

‘An Islamic Jihad operative was at pains to point out to Ynet that children would only be handling dummy rockets, not real ones. Allah forbid that they should play with real Qassams or Katyushas — someone could lose an eye.’

Because that is any better…

Of course, this not anything new. During March I wrote a post very similar to this one in which I showed a video of children giving out flowers and lollies to passing Palestinians celebrating the recent (then) terrorist attackat Dimona. These sorts of actions just illustrate my point of how education is the key to stopping this conflict. Golda Meir, a former Prime Minister of Israel got it right when she said that peace would only be possible “when the Arabs love their children more than they hate us”.

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Ahmadinejad Threatens Use Of Force Against ‘Enemies’

Posted by Atilla89 on August 3, 2008

There we have it, Ahmadinejad is trying to further develop a pretext for striking out against his enemies, namely Israel and America.

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“For them, subjects like the nuclear issue are pretexts. The key reason for the hostility of the enemies in the past 30 years against Iran is that they want us to pull back so that they can say we have given in,” President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on state television on Friday. “But the Iranian people will resist with force against the enemies.”

Of course this is nothing new as Ahmadinejad already believes that this pretext was realised in 1979 with the imposition of sanctions and their renewal in 1995 and 2006.

The comments came as the United States set a weekend deadline for Iran to respond to an international offer to freeze its nuclear drive. “We want and we expect a response this weekend,” US State Department acting spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos said.

But a European Union diplomat said in Brussels that the EU was in no rush for a response from Iran.

“There’s no real limit,” said the diplomat, on condition of anonymity, after Washington set the deadline.

And now you have just seen how seriously the EU is taking this threat. It all starts to make sense why they are fine with pathetic sanctions and furthering deadlines. It also reveals the double standards that take place in these types of organisations, imagine for a moment if Israel or even America stated their intention to wipe out a democratic country within the UN? There would be an absolute outcry across the the entire world. Resolutions would be coming thick and fast from the UN with tough sanctions not far behind.

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Iran Is Head Of Group Charged With: ‘Taking The First Steps To Producing A Durban II Manifesto’

Posted by Atilla89 on August 2, 2008

Most people have realised by know that the second Durban Conference will be quite similar to the last one, Antisemitic and Anti-Zionist. We’ve already had a foretaste of what’s to come in the “Ad Hoc Committee of the Human Rights Council on the Elaboration of Complementary Standards” which was put into place in order to “heed the decision and instruction of the 2001 World Conference against Racism.” Need I say more? Indeed, once Canadian Senator Jerry Grafstein saw the signs and realised that the next Durban Conference known as UN Durban Review Conference scheduled for April, 2009 in Geneva was going to be much of the same thing, he started organising a counter-conference.

However, this is all just background information. In the latest development coming from the planning on the next conference, Eye on the UN reports that:

‘Iran has become a member of the “Group of Friends of the Chair”, an informal group of states charged with taking the first steps towards producing a Durban II manifesto.’

Is anyone else getting that queasy feeling in their stomachs again? I mean, the country’s President is a Holocaust denier, has threatened to destroy Israel numerous times and has stated that there are no homosexuals in Iran, which can be loosely translated as, because I killed them all (or am trying to). Am I missing something here? Now who else is on this “Group of Friends of the Chair’?

The role of his “friends” is described by Armenian Chairman Zohrab Mnatsakanian as “engaging in brainstorming and consolidating inputs.” Other members of the behind-the-scenes group are Azerbaijan, Pakistan and Egypt.

Um yeah… This is going to be interesting. Anne Bayefsky, Editor of Eye on the UN hits the nail on the head with this comment:

‘…one shudders to imagine the brainstorming among such human rights paragons.’
‘The first contribution of the “Group of Friends” will be filed at the next stage of the process, the ‘Intersessional Open-Ended Intergovernmental Working Group’ session to be held in Geneva September 1-5, 2008.’

I would be very interested to read exactly what they believe should be in the Durban ll manifesto, obviously I’m expecting more of the same that seen in Durban I but you never know…who am I kidding?

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