Cartoon thanks to Shem:
A Mohammedan pest with multiple personality disorder has been Â annoying our regular posters here. Solkhar is almost through with the usual program of tu quoque, taqiyya, obfuscation and blather and has now arrived at the stage where he issues threats. (We are sheiking already!)
In spite of being disinvited on several occasions, Solkhar believes, like Mohammedans do, that he “is here to stay” and that he has “rights”, but that should be the least of our worries. Solkar believes, (at least that’s what he tells us) Â that reporting on the global jihad and connecting the dots Â is turning him into a Taliban, or worse: a radical!
Its all our fault, you see: Resisting jihad breeds jihad…
Thanks to Mullah we have Â been informed that Solkar, apart from being a curry connoiseur, also advertises his “left leaning genitals”on other blogs. Quite a piece of work, the Solka troll.
If this is our friend Solkhar as DHH (and it looks likely)
he claimed to be on the political left and a NSW country boy,
plus service in the Navy – Frankston, & has a chef’s cert.
(one of his role-play identities)
June 8, 2008 at 3:54 am
Though I left for Morocco in 2002, I am still try my best to keep up with
the homeland. Suprisingly we have a lot in common. I am a left-leaner
(genitals also) who will spit out something more `rightishÂ´ if it suits
and makes sense to me.
Geelong – Yes!!! Though a NSW Country boy, my navy days starting at
Frankston may have had something to do with that.
Though I am in the security business, I have a chef-s certificate and I
love south asian food and had the pleasure of travelling extensively in
that region…. only one crappy Indian resteruant in Marrakech though, damn,
Maylaysia, lived there and my second choice of country to live
in….(personal reasons but I love Australian – donÂ´t forget that….
I wish I had a pool, hot as hell here, but I make it up by sitting every
morning in a cafe, sipping a mint-tea (real mint), reading my newspapers
and watching the snow covered Atlas Mountains and date palm and olive
trees below them (yes snow, even when it is 38 degrees in town).
Great blog site Wah, you have a friend here.