Friday, March 28, 2008

Friday, March 21, 2008

Raghad’s fit fits a Zara Spring outfit


Last week Raghad Hussein, that is Saddam Hussein, was in a shopping spree mood in Amman, Jordan and was trying out a fashion ensemble at Zara store - City Mall, before reportedly storming out half-way through after she thought that two Iraqi ladies were malignantly and profusely gawking at her. Her incense and hissy fit was amplified with some wicked remarks directed towards the other ladies: “I could crush your skull with my shoe, people your type must always be kept under my shoe heel!!” What made the matter worse is that the ladies angrily reacted and directly asked Raghad: “Who are you, do we know you?!” mercy!! “How could anyone not recognize Reghad Hussein?!” Reghad’s women entourage responded. The episode prompted one of her body guards (who claimed to be a Jordanian secrete service agent) to barge right into the ladies fitting room and harassed the Iraqi ladies by ordering them to surrender their IDs but to no avail.

The two Iraqi ladies were utterly perturbed and later said everything came out of Raghad’s mouth was ‘load of nonsense’. They insist that they did not recognize the power heiress and had absolutely no idea what Reghad was talking about. The stunt was an embarrassing PR for the Zara store, which hitherto kept low profile regarding the incident.

Lately, the Interpol fugitive wowed everyone by stepping on to the Amman avant-garde scene in a stunningly outlook, and she finds more & more room to roam in the Jordanian capital with here full-count entourage and her thick-necked, celeb-style bodyguards, unaccompanied by Saddam’s grandchildren.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Ahmadi’s visit unleashes Fedayeen Petraeus fury

Since AhmadiNejad’s visit to our capital two weeks ago more than 20 houses in both Saidiyat and El Dura alone have been burned down by Fedayeen Petraeus (so called Al-Sahwa) for sectarian reasons. The latest havoc is a series of repercussions to broken promises by the American military regime to put an end to the Iranian influence in Iraq.

The so called Quds Brigade – the Iranian backed resistance, have been beefed up while the crack amongst the resistance in the western region has been widen up to Iran’s advantage. This latest development has marked the end of the interlude between Ex-Al Qaeda and Petraeus, which will linger in history as an indelible smutty spot for a generation to come.

Conversely, Bush’s sole and remaining gambling card is to level down Iran’s nuclear sites in order to retain the precarious allegiance of both the adverse western forces and ex-Al Qaeda until the end of his term; moreover, with the Oil and Gold prices are skyrocketing (the damage is already done) Bush seems to have nothing to lose for a quick phallic attack against Iran even if it meant to risk what ever left of the US dollar value. One thing is certain and that is Bush is quite adamant to live up to his legacy for being a great disparaging transformer that the Mesopotamia has ever encountered since the invasion of the Mongols.

Sunday, March 02, 2008

Saturday, March 01, 2008

C'est un connard

Free Counters
Free Counters