SOLO-NZ Press Release: Clark Smooges Islamo-Fascist Butt with Weasel Words

Lindsay Perigo's picture
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sat, 2007-11-24 03:31

Prime Minister Helen Clark's polite request that New Zealand diplomats raise "dismay" over the sentencing of a 19-year-old Saudi rape victim is a contemptible cop-out, says SOLO Principal Lindsay Perigo.

"Saudi Arabia is a Muslim state. Islam is a stupid, stinking superstition. Under Saudi Arabia's barbaric Sharia Law, the woman was originally sentenced to 90 lashes for the crime of being raped by seven male savages (women are not permitted to be out in public in the company of any men who are not relatives). When she appealed, her sentence was increased to 200 lashes and six months' jail, prompting Ms. Clark's intervention. The Prime Minister servilely claimed New Zealand fully respects the judicial system of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and noted that the case is still working its way through the courts.

"Well," responds Perigo, "she can speak for herself. The judicial system of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is worthy of as much respect as the Kingdom and its voodoo religion themselves—none whatsoever.

"Helen Clark says she hopes the courts will show 'leniency.' What does that mean? Repairing to the original sentence of 90 lashes?

"Instead of the weasel-word 'leniency,' how about, 'Let this woman go, and come out of your primeval slime, you porcine primitives'? Instead of the weasel-word 'dismay,' how about 'revulsion,' 'disgust,' 'contempt,' preceded by the adjective, 'inexpressible'? Is it fear of losing the local Islamo-Fascist vote that is holding back this great champion of women's rights? Is it fear of offending the Islamo-Fascist in her caucus who wants to stone homosexuals to death?

"Whatever the reason, let the word go forth that all decent human beings in New Zealand and on the face of the planet would obliterate that regime and its revolting judicial system in a heartbeat if they could," Perigo concludes. "Bomb them back to the Stone Age, even—except they're already in it."

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You are apologizing for a

Rick Giles's picture

You are apologizing for a system of law

You don't have to start by misrepresenting me do you? Save the spin, there's no apology here Robert.

This is going to get personal because people who profess ideas like this make me physically ill.

Go ahead and drag it into the gutter then if you must. You know what I'll do then.

There are aspects of the NZ and US justice codes that deserve to be derided, ridiculed, mocked, torn up and burnt.
The aspects that need to be enshrined are the bits that state that every human being regardless of race, colour or sex should be equal before the law. Those are the bits that deserve respect.

Glad I could bring you around on that.

It's not enough to simply call the Prime Minister names Robert. Nor is it enough to say a judicial system is faulty because you can make fart jokes about it. Rape isn't so funny as that.
not a justice system at all, it is a repulsive tool of enslavement and deserves no respect

Nice name-calling there. Repulsive. That's sockin' it to 'em. But like I said, you need more.

I'm willing to be brought around on this. I admit I'm ignorant of their law. Maybe you're the one who has a working knowledge of the judicial system of the Kingdom of Saudia Arabia that Glenn and Lindsay are not sharing?

I do have a text book about legal systems of the world, but I'd much rather hear it from you.

Rick,

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You are apologizing for a system of law that has enshrined the idea that a woman is worth less than a man, probably less than livestock. The Saudi system has legitimized gang rape FFS! A woman in that society can be brutally raped and it is her fault because she wasn't accompanied by a male shepherd - crook in hand in case she should remove her shawl and show her face in public.

This is going to get personal because people who profess ideas like this make me physically ill.

There are aspects of the NZ and US justice codes that deserve to be derided, ridiculed, mocked, torn up and burnt.

The aspects that need to be enshrined are the bits that state that every human being regardless of race, colour or sex should be equal before the law. Those are the bits that deserve respect.

Any justice system that contravenes this fundamental prerequisite of liberty is not a justice system at all, it is a repulsive tool of enslavement and deserves no respect - likewise those who apologize for it.

And that means you!

And it also includes Helen Clark et al.

By your logic you

Rick Giles's picture

By your logic you should
profess a profound respect for their laws because your recent imprisonment could have been technically challenged in a court of appeal...

I stand by that logic. I do respect the US judicial system very much. But please don't make this personal unless I initiate it, which I've not.

At any rate it is Prime Ministerial respect we're talking about, not ours.

I find it disturbing that you are unable to condemn a Justice system that, at any level, legitimizes treating women as chattels

But even the New Zealand justice system does that, and men too.
Nevertheless, I celebrate and respect, and condemn our justice system at various times and without contradiction. And, at the end of the day, New Zealand and The US are still worth preserving, in my judgement. Even though our protections are becomming thinner year by year.

For fuck's sake man! Did inmate swap your brain for a whoopee cushion?

Maybe you're the one who has a working knowledge of the judicial system of the Kingdom of Saudia Arabia that Glenn's not sharing?
Bring it on.

Please tell me juvenilia concerning whoopee cushions doesn't exhaust your address of these concerns.

It's not enough to simply call the Prime Minister names Robert. Nor is it enough to say a judicial system is faulty because you can make fart jokes about it. Rape isn't so funny as that.

"... swap your brain for a whoopee cushion?"

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That is the best insult I've heard all year! Brilliant!! Smiling

Um Rick,

Robert's picture

By your logic, you should forgive the US government and profess a profound respect for their laws because your recent imprisonment could have been technically challenged in a court of appeal...

Of course there was the small matter of you not being well heeled enough to pay for a lawyer. And in the Saudi case there is the small matter of the victim being being a second class citizen on account of her sex...

I find it disturbing that you are unable to condemn a Justice system that, at any level, legitimizes treating women as chattels as opposed to human beings. One wonders if you believe that the 13th Amendment to the US Constitution is unnecessary.

"Hopefully Rick-wisdom will prevail once again, making the world safe for women, children, Santa Clause, and all his reindeer."

Not to mention gang rapists.

For fuck's sake man! Did inmate swap your brain for a whoopee cushion?

Justice Jameson on Saudi Criminal law

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For the benefit of those of us lacking a working knowledge of the judicial system of the Kingdom of Saudia Arabia but would like to rest their case against me...

...would you enlighten us, Justice Jameson?

We didn't cover that at my school.

Un-fucking-believable!

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"The Prime Minister's advice about Saudi Arabia may be perfectly sound- perhaps their judicial system, in full context, does deserve respect."

Re: Rick the Appeaser

I rest my case.

I hear my name

Rick Giles's picture

I wasn't going to contribute to this thread, but I just noticed I've been summoned...

right in her Prime Ministerial groin, Lindsay!!

But of course, you shouldn't be writing off the entire Muslim world, should he, Rick?

I'd be the first to make that point, Glenn, if I saw anyone who missed it for themselves. The Muslim world merits Lindsay's attack of it as expressed above.

But.

But what's wrong with the above (which I've just handed out to 80 households and businesses in Kaiapoi as Samizdat's lead piece) is the attack on the PM.

In this country we have a separation of the executive and the judiciary and the Prime Minister doesn't comment about matters before the courts. Likewise, nor does the PM attempt to prejudice matters before the courts of other nation's judicial system. Not her job for a start. She would be sticking her nose in matters judicial, foreign or domestic.
Through diplomatic channels expressing dismay is the most one can do, and it's what New Zealand has done.

Perhaps the Chief Justice of New Zealand is the proper person to be active in commenting on how they do things over there. I don't know. But it's not the PM.

As for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's judicial system and how much respect it deserves....Clark's 'full respect' or Perigos 'no respect'...

Has anybody besides Clark and Perigo actually investigated this enough to evaluate it? In Muslim nations Islamic law is not the sole legal system, they also have secular law which is the higher of the two.

In New Zealand we have stupid courts at the bottom. Our District Courts are of low quality (according to me) and our Family Courts are downright disgraceful. But the quality gets better the higher you go, and one can always appeal. Muslim nations seem to follow this pattern with their lower courts populated by crazy Islamic legal institutions that make rulings that cannot endure when the case proceeds to the higher authority of secular law.

The Prime Minister's advice about Saudi Arabia may be perfectly sound- perhaps their judicial system, in full context, does deserve respect.

One reason Lindsay may doubt this is his disinterest in the achievement and integrity of our legal system. After reading his
SOLO-NZ Op-Ed: EFB—Clark/Cullen's Declaration of War on New Zealand
I responded with my
NZ vs The Legal System
which makes the important contrast.

Hopefully Rick-wisdom will prevail once again, making the world safe for women, children, Santa Clause, and all his reindeer.

Newsflash: Teddy Teacher charged.

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This would make a really sick joke if it weren't true!

Teacher charged in Mohammed teddy row
By Caroline Gammell
Last Updated: 7:02pm GMT 28/11/2007

The British teacher arrested in Sudan for allowing her pupils to name a teddy bear after the prophet Mohammed is facing the possibility of 40 lashes or a jail sentence after being charged with insulting Islam.

The decision by the Sudanese authorities has placed diplomatic relations between Britain and Sudan under severe strain.

David Miliband, the Foreign Secretary, summoned the Sudanese ambassador in London "as a matter of urgency" to explain the situation.

Gillian Gibbons, 54, was arrested on Sunday for allowing her seven-year-old pupils to name the stuffed toy after Islam's holiest prophet, prompting complaints from several Muslim parents to the Ministry of Education.

She was charged with insulting religion and inciting hatred under article 125 of the Sudanese Criminal Code and if found guilty could face 40 lashes, six months in jail or a substantial fine.

The divorced mother-of-two from Liverpool is being held at Sudan's CID headquarters in Khartoum is expected to appear in court on Thursday.

Although Miss Gibbons has been visited twice by consular staff, there were concerns for her welfare after she was seen in a prison yard looking pale and scared.

Staff at Unity School where she had worked since August insisted she had made an "innocent mistake". But her teaching contract has been terminated and the school remains closed until further notice.

The Sudanese Assembly of the Ulemas, a semi-official body of top preachers, clerics and scholars, said: "What has happened was not haphazard or carried out of ignorance, but rather a calculated action and another ring in the circles of plotting against Islam.

"It is part of the campaign of the so-called war against terrorism and the intense media campaign against Islam"

Sudan introduced Sharia law in 1983. Any depiction of the prophet is forbidden, for fear it might provoke idolatry

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/new...

We have a lot to learn from

Duncan Bayne's picture

We have a lot to learn from North Korea

He's right - just not in the sense that he intended Smiling

 

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DId anyone notice that the other man in the car gort raped also?

Sandi's picture

Its in the Telegraph and on Arab News.

We have a lot to learn

Scott Wilson's picture

from North Korea, said Winston Peters.

"shrug", why are we surprised?

From 'the Beeb':

Lance's picture

Saudi rape victim 'having affair'

Saudi justice officials say a woman who was sentenced to prison and flogging after she was gang-raped has now confessed to an extramarital affair.

The case of the unidentified woman, 19, drew international criticism after an appeal increased her 90-lash sentence to 200 lashes and six months' jail.

The justice ministry statement rejected "foreign interference" in the case.

It insisted the ruling was legal and that the woman had "confessed to doing what God has forbidden".

The statement carried by the official press agency late on Saturday said the sentence would be carried out in accordance with Saudi law.

The woman was initially to be punished for violating strict gender segregation laws in Saudi Arabia, for riding in the car of a man who was not related to her when they were both attacked.

"The Saudi justice minister expressed his regret about the media reports over the role of the woman in this case which put out false information and wrongly defend her," the statement said.

"The charged girl is a married woman who confessed to having an affair with the man she was caught with."

Barbaric

Adultery is a punishable offence in Saudi Arabia's strict system of Islamic law, and correspondents say judges are given wide powers to impose custodial sentences or corporal punishment.

The justice ministry statement is at odds with previous published testimony of the woman, who is a Shia Muslim from the Qatif area.

She has reportedly said she met the car-owner in order to retrieve a photo of them together, having herself recently got married.

She says two men entered the car and drove them to a secluded area where others were waiting, and both she and her male companion were raped.

Her sentence was increased on appeal after judges wanted to punish her for attempting to use the media to influence the case. Her attackers' sentences - originally up to five years - were also doubled.

The woman's companion was sentenced to 90 lashes.

Several governments and human rights groups have condemned her sentence and urged it to be lifted. Canada described it as "barbaric".

The US, a major Saudi ally, declined to condemn to sentence, but did call it "astonishing".

The big hat has been away...

Jameson's picture

Calling him again tomorrow.

Glenn

Mark Hubbard's picture

Did you ever get a reply back from the applicable Muslim organisation regarding your anti-jihad march? 

 


A swift kick

Jameson's picture

right in her Prime Ministerial groin, Lindsay!!

But of course, you shouldn't be writing off the entire Muslim world, should he, Rick? Smiling

Good one Linz. My letter to

Mark Hubbard's picture

Good one Linz. My letter to The Press, sent yesterday ... I've had a good run lately, two published, bet they don't this one though.

 

I still await a press release from the NZ Muslim community expressing their abhorrence and rejection of Islamic Law as being practised in thuggish Saudi Arabia, a country in which the judiciary (snort) have this week increased the punishment of the poor, wretched woman who was victim to a gang rape, from 90 lashes to 200 lashes, because she was in public with men who were not relatives. Barbaric is the only word that comes close to describing a culture and faith that can sanction this. Until I see such a press statement from our own Muslim community, who should have been going to every length possible to distance themselves from this, I shall continue to view the Islamic faith as belonging to a cruel, compassionless, superstitious Stone Age rather than  Our Age, and with no possible constructive part to play in NZ society whatsoever.

Copy sent to Sheikh Mohammed Amir, Religious Advisor of IMAN (International Muslim Association of NZ). For all of those who would like to write asking just this question, his email address is: Sheikh Mohammed Amir

Ahhhhh

Elijah Lineberry's picture

I was wondering if anyone had picked this story up on the international news wires, as nobody had mentioned it during the last 3 days.

Yes, it is a disgusting example of Islamo-fascism...and what is in store for New Zealand if we are unsuccessful in 'repelling boarders'.

I find it risible Mrs Davis says she respects the judicial system of Saudi Arabia Sticking out tongue ...rather like respecting the right of foxes in chicken houses.

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