Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/28/2010

Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/28/2010In a mysterious incident in the Straits of Hormuz, a Japanese oil tanker is said to have been attacked from the Iranian shore. An explosion resulted, the tanker was damaged, and one person was killed. Iran and Oman, however, deny that there was any attack. Iran says the cause of the explosion was an earthquake.

In other news, South Korea has gone on alert due to an expected cyber attack from North Korea. Meanwhile, a financially strapped Italy is looking for private investors to help rehabilitate the deteriorating Coliseum in exchange for advertising rights.

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Thanks to Derius, Fjordman, JD, JP, Kitman, Lurker from Tulsa, natskvi, SC, Vlad Tepes, Zenster, and all the other tipsters who sent these in.

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1 comments:

4Symbols said...

In hoc signo vinces

@The EU Will Regret Its Dishonest, Humiliating Treatment of Turkey - Daniel Hannan,Conservative MEP.

Cameron's speech in Ankara has served to further expose the islamophiles in the conservative party in defense of Cameron all Hannan could argue was moral equivocation - What has the unhappy history of the Armenians in Turkey got to do with the EU? Was Belgium required by the other states to apologise for its role in the Congo, or France to grovel about Algeria?

In their islamic induced inverted narcissism the conservative party would surrender Continental Europe to islam - (Together I want us to pave the road from Ankara to Brussels, Cameron) in their madness do sections of the Tory Party think they can use islam as power leverage to destroy the EU. The same islamic power leverage they dream of implementing over the indigenous UK population.