Muhammad, leader of the Decepticons

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Muhammad, leader of the Decepticons

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—"Wow, easy Diss, did you just have Optimus Prime, Commander of the Autobots say that the only way to end this war was to smoke the Kaaba?(1)"

—"Ouais, I suppose so."

—"And do you mean that, like, literally?"

—"Of course not. Yet."

After all, this is an interesting piece of historical architecture that offers a certain value as a tourist attraction. Now that under the combined efforts of the Three Musketeers of Global Warming, Al "Arnie" Gore, Nicolas Sarkozy and Kevin Rudd, the Planet will make the big switch from Oil to Carrot Juice, the Saudis — who, despite being at the receiving end of History's biggest transfer of wealth without lifting a finger, never managed to reinvest the petrodollars cash flow in the development of their own economy — will have to find another source of revenue(2), and they will need any resource they can get.

Having said that, I remember reading a few years ago how the Israelis finally managed to bring the Egyptian leadership to their senses by pointing out, confidentially, how that big huge Aswan Dam looked quite fragile from an Air Force point of view, and how, if that dam was to meet with a few tons of falling explosive ordnance, all of Egypt's infrastructure and habitations would share a rather wet similarity with the legendary city of Atlantis.

This, as the article contended, put an end to Egyptian belligerence towards Israel.

This might be just an urban myth, I honestly don't know, but I find the concept quite compelling. Broadcast a message to both radical and moderate Muslims, and let them know that if anything — nuke or not — should happen to one of our cities and people again, or if they let anything happen or do not work hard enough towards rooting out the radicals(3), then without warning or apology that big black cube over there is just smoking history — possibly glowing the color of Islam(4) at night.

Just for a start.

Oh and Transformers was a surprisingly good entertainment, totally devoid of the usual anti-American and anti-military junk that comes out of Hollywood these days, and even going, for once, in the right way: it was very refreshing to see a Rumsfeld-like Secretary of Defense character, interpreted by John Voight, talking about US Marines and saying that for these guys "losing was not an option".

  1. In the short videohack that you're not seeing if you're reading this through an RSS feed reader or service. Get your eyeballs to the good old website already.
  2. Visit MeccaLand with Mascot Muhammad.
  3. Seeing that the moderates and those allegedly on our side of the war against terror — like the soon-to-be Saudi Arabian amusement park wardens — often contend that the radicals hijacked their religion, they should be the fiercest and the first in line to retake it from them.
  4. Green. How appropriate, I know.


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  • Proof Stockton, Callifornia, USA

Got some nice ordinance showing there, Froggy!

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  • crows beak

Excellent propaganda indeed Frogman; I’ll return to use it as an antidote to the expected mohammedan propaganda coup resulting from the mo’ the teddy saga (after all, two of the UK’s ‘moderate’ mohammedan peers are in the sudan saving the well meaning teacher from the ‘hot head’ noble savages).

Thanks for providing some light relief.

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  • TooTall Utah

Well done satire as usual.  Thanks!

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  • coalyard Nashua, NH

Your scenario presents a very workable alternative to the present “diplomacy” going on these days. After all, diplomacy is nothing more than a negotiation dressed up in State garb, and one must have something to negotiate with to be effective eh? I wouldn’t, however, hold my breath for the current crop of panty-waists at foggy bottom to whisper your suggestion into the murderous thugs’ ears.

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  • BlueStarMom

Gee- nice job!

My son’s Transformers are packed away waiting for the call to roll out!

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  • Grey Fox


I am a bit late to the party, but I would be very interested in knowing where the music in that video comes from. The first part looks lke it is from the movie, is the second part also? I liked the movie a lot, I must add.

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  • BlackPowderBill


Friggen great cube video I just wish the U.S. government would pony up and ride as hard. Ashes to ashes dust to dust

if you act like an ass you ain’t gonna be with us.