In other news, President Drone assassinated two US citizens in Yemen to the wild applause of the media.
A lighthearted look at the American tragedy
Tony Blair's future as Middle East peace envoy was in jeopardy after the Palestinian Authority said it was set to sever all contact with him because of his "bias" towards Israel.He's only been envoy for four years, and hasn't changed a whit as far as I can see.
In Pakistani Media, the U.S. Is a Target for AcrimonyAcrimony is a faint euphemism for how Pakistan is described in the US press, including the NYT, but heaven forbid they should notice something like that.
Such is the media frenzy and warmongering that popular talk show hosts have even begun discussing possible scenarios of how Pakistan should react if the United States attacks the country.OMG, how those Pakis are excitable:
US politicians continued with the condemnation of Pakistan today, with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R – SC) saying that that was broad bipartisan support in Congress for a military attack on Pakistan and that “all options are on the table” against the nation.
Hate Week is celebrated in late summer. The events during that time include waxwork displays, military parades, speeches and lectures. New slogans are also coined and new songs are written. The theme of the Hate Week is called the Hate Song. It is mentioned that a unit from the Fiction Department was assigned to make atrocity pamphlets [aka, terror threats] (falsified reports of atrocities committed by Oceania's enemies against her) designed to stimulate Oceania's populace further into enraged frenzy against all enemies. The aggregate effect of Hate Week thus is to excite the populace to such a point that they "would unquestionably have torn [captured enemy soldiers] to pieces" if given the opportunity.And not only is this Hate Week, it's the Ten Year Super Hate Week. Enjoy!