RIDGEFIELD PARK NJ FIREMAN JOHN & TEACHER JANET MALOOL ARE RIDICULOUS PEOPLE

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE

I HOPE YOU GET EVERYTHING YOU DESERVE

ESPECIALLY JOHN & JANET MALOOL

THIS IS WHAT JOHN MALOOL – A FIREMAN – POSTED ON HIS FACEBOOK:

IN John’s case when ever two armenians meet him they go up in smoke!

THE ARMENIANS ON FACEBOOK FOR THE MAJORITY are ridiculous.

I used to know them when I was a kid growing up. I spend 26 long years trying to understand my Armenian-ism

Today on a FB armo group I asked nicely for these rude Armos posting in Ancient Armenian to translate in English and from an Armo guy – an old dude at that -

Arto something or another – wrote to me “Time to learn Armenian”

I lost my mind. This is typical of Armenian people and it’s no wonder they were slaughtered by the Turks. They are arrogant, mindless and suck the joy out of your life like strigoli.

This is how it went down.

John Malool – a fireman – wrote about the two cops who were killed in Brooklyn by ambush in retaliation for the murders of  unarmed black youth and just the overall disregard that cops nationally have for citizens who pay their salary.

Growing up I did not know John & his g/f and now wife Janet Malool very well. All I knew is that they had been going out forever with each other and later married. She is a retired teacher and he is still a fireman. They actually make clothing in his size!

John Malool my fireman friend in his non wisdom just posted this on his site which he put on his fb page. He’s entitled. Then I post an opposing view and then I get this from a door to door ARMENIAN SALESMAN NAMED RANDY V YARDUMIAN – short for I’m a republican and a reptile.

John Malool
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Our thoughts and prayers are with the 2 NYPD Officers of the 79 Precinct who were just shot. May their wounds be minor.
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Randy V. Yardumian                      DON’T KNOW HIM AT ALL
Randy V. Yardumian’s photo.
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Jeannie Kruger How I wish these prayers were not necessary…
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Chris Pietsch New York Post reporting the officers died, I hope its not true. The brothers in blue are part of the family, and put their lives on the line everyday. Prayers to them, their families, and to the NYPD
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C Bonjukian Patten They are dead, John. Retaliation for what the brothers in blue have done to the people they are sworn to serve. Pigs are pigs. Don’t know why you think they deserve prayers. NYPD is one of the worst racist bunch of lowlife crooks on this planet. They deserve every shot they receive.  THIS IS MY OPINION BASED ON THE EXPERIENCES I HAVE HAD DEALING WITH NY/NJ & LOS ANGELES COPS AND OTHER STATE COPS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY – PIGS.
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C Bonjukian Patten I thought firemen hated cops?
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C Bonjukian Patten Are u threatening me?

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C Bonjukian Patten Let me tell you what would happen if we met each other Randy – your wife would be very upset
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C Bonjukian Patten John maybe you should reel in your stupid friend up there -
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C Bonjukian Patten You some nerve. Everyone except cops have the right to an opinion. Their opinions kill others. U threatened me – come over – I’ll show you what’s going to happen. U a cop? keep your gun at home. COme over to my house
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C Bonjukian Patten John posted this – people r going to have a difference of opinion. You have some nerve to call me name. U are a typical Armenian pos. Big man come to my house.
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C Bonjukian Patten I’ll bet even my buddy John Malool will never defend my opinion because blue is blue and the rest of us are zombies and you guys feel that it’s open season on black people and other citizens. (AND TRUE TO FORM – HE DIDN’T. HIS WIFE DIDN’T EITHER – SHE MAY BE THINK BUT SHE’S GOT A FAT HEAD)
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C Bonjukian Patten Cops work for ME for US. We pay your salary. If we didn’t you and Janet would have had to exist on her salary alone. You couldn’t be more wrong. Call off your fiend – he’s a jerk.
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Randy V. Yardumian 1. Not a cop. 2. Wouldn’t need my gun. 3. I have nerve? You’d be screaming for the nearest cop if I showed up at your house, that’s what makes this whole thing so fucking and pathetically funny. You’re Just another Uber – liberal douchbag who can’t be bothered with cops, yet at the first sign of trouble you probably wouldn’t be able to dial 911 fast enough.
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C Bonjukian Patten People don’t always agree BUT YOU DON’T HAVE TO THREATEN ME. SAVE YOUR HOSTILITIES FOR TURKS. ARE U A CHILD? Did your balls drop yet?

I would not need a cop. I can handle you all by myself I have a brain to your brawn and a dog who would tear u to shreds. You would need cops to come and id your body parts. THat’s a fact jack and furthermore I could single handedly take you on – COME OVER COWARD.

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Randy V. Yardumian BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA….”I pay your salary.” The war cry of every bastard libtard out there. When will you wastes of oxygen come up with new rally cries? Put down the “Liberals for Dummies” handbook and come up for some air. Learn some new talking point rhetoric. I’m not holding my breath though, any original thought you come up with will probably be your first.
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C Bonjukian Patten is that profile cover page of you kids and your fat wife? is that the best you could do Randy? Perhaps you should have married a beautiful Armo girl. She would never have let herself go like that. Must be nice to bounce on a trampoline with legs.

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Then I blocked Yardumian and wrote privately to “my friend” John Malool

this is John Malool – he’s in his late 50s – he looks 80 & he needs a bra – he’s bigger than his wife.

 take my word for it – this girl used to be sane and she’s very very nice. But they are liars now. I’ll explain further.

 

I inboxed John Malool when he did this once before when another person – another friend of his got on my case, cursed at me and he did not defend me.

CATHHY”

maybe you should have defended me? naw that would be too much
Freedom of speech and all that – I told him off – I really don’t need anyone to defend me.

Since I did not see any of his posts, as I was at work and Facebook is not permitted at work, I could not defend anyone.
February 28th, 5:47pm

about an hour ago
John Really>\? Ur friend Randy Yardumian is a fucking asshole
john this is the 2nd time one of your moronic friends go under my skin and then threatened me and you did not defend me. If it happens a 3rd time I will remember you fondly when we were kids and remove you from my FB. I don’t need people fucking me over that I thought were friends.
reign in your people they need to learn some respect when talking to others with opposing views. You put this cop shooting up there – you have to expect adverse reactions but for what that guttersnipe said to me today – if we were face to face – he’s be peeing in a sack for the rest of his unnatural GOP conservative corrupt life. Give him my address – he’s a coward.
THIS IS JOHN’S REPLY – talk about throwing someone under the bus:

Remove what you wrote
CATHY
No way
Knew you would defend those pigs. Unfriend me John.
we have nothing more to discuss.
Fuck you and all the armenian morons that you’re friends with that defend beating others up because they have another opinion.
YOU are dead wrong
you remove your post altogether. Post it on a site where you can get sympathy for your shitty cop friends.
John’s response:

Done
Cathy
YOU ARE PATHETIC – when the time comes when people vs cops and firemen and you’re in the way – you’ll be gone.
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SO THEN JOHN TRIED TO REPORT ME TO FACEBOOK FOR POSTING
NUDITY ON MY PAGE RESPONSE TO HIM
THIS IS WHAT PEOPLE DO WHO ARE DEAD WRONG. I’M NOT SURPRISED.

John Malool is a liar – he lied to Facebook and said I had some nudity on my response? This is the kind of shit citizens can expect from cops and now FIREMEN TOO? tsk tsk tsk. U suck John. Suck so hard it blew you up. You defend that jerk who called me named – I reported him too – but you defile me and sent your skinny ass wife to defend you? Really? U were never my friends. I can count how many times I saw you. 10 in my entire life – 10 times. HAHA. You are both so pathetic and owe me an apology.

If you put up a post that is controversial expect to be countered by it. People do not always agree but in a discussion names are not called. I call cops PIGS because I hate them. 2 NYPD officers were ambushed today and died. My friend John Malool asked for prayers – I told him that they deserved what they got. I am within my right. Randy Vardumian (short for Armenians who are DUM) countered my comment with oppressive language. Just like a republican pig.

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BONJU PATTEN OPINION

the shooter killed two cops and then himself. Sometime in the near future all three of these men – will come to understand what led them to this moment in a brief second of time to bring them all together. You cannot wear a badge and shoot unarmed people. Civil Servants work for us. If you cannot get that through your thick head then get another kind of job.

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jOHN’S THIN wife Janet Malool whom he has only dated since birth defended him as saying I have turned into an arrogant and angry person. I’m not one of those things but she seems to think so because we don’t agree on the same things. Typical Republican.

Then she said she doesn’t want to be friends with me anymore and blocked me and while that does not hurt and makes me laugh she did say the same thing her husband wrote:

“we defended you to your Armenian friends but no one likes you anymore” so I wrote to the Armenians on my page and asked them if they hate to me unfriend me. I’ll wake up tomorrow and they will all be gone. Good riddin’s.

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If I become rich and famous they will again be my best friends. That is how the Armenians are – fake – not real like turks

They will line up for money – which I won’t be giving to them.

Armenians – the worst people who didn’t die when they were told to.

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The only thing John Malool and I had in common was that we both hated the turks. I am going away from hating the turks.

This what he then said:

This is now WAR – I wrote this to my friend JOHN MALOOL a NY fireman:

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John Really>\? Ur friend Randy Yardumian is a fucking asshole
john this is the 2nd time one of your moronic friends go under my skin and then threatened me and you did not defend me. If it happens a 3rd time I will remember you fondly when we were kids and remove you from my FB. I don’t need people fucking me over that I thought were friends.
reign in your people they need to learn some respect when talking to others with opposing views. You put this cop shooting up there – you have to expect adverse reactions but for what that guttersnipe said to me today – if we were face to face – he’s be peeing in a sack for the rest of his unnatural GOP conservative corrupt life. Give him my address – he’s a coward.

JOHN TELLING ME WHAT TO DO
Remove what you wrote

No way
Knew you would defend those pigs. Unfriend me John.
we have nothing more to discuss.
Fuck you and all the armenian morons that you’re friends with that defend beating others up because they have another opinion.
YOU are dead wrong
you remove your post altogether. Post it on a site where you can get sympathy for your shitty cop friends.

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  • John Malool I have never met such an ignorant low life, and to think I defended you with our friends
  • C Bonjukian Patten fuck u john I don’t need you to defend me. You people totally are not the same You’re a degenerate – Poor Janet Malool she married a fat fucking idiot.
  • Janet Malool I don’t appreciate your remarks. it is sad you have become a very arrogant and angry person. Your language and comments are offensive. How dare you make comments like you just did. I want nothing more to do with you. And you wonder why your old friends won’t talk to you.
  • C Bonjukian Patten You are a jerk too – teacher – pedophile? wonder which one it is
  • Scott Allen Now kids let’s all just get along!
  • C Bonjukian Patten she’s a fucking tool married to a fat asshole.
  • C Bonjukian Patten Janet you’re husbands arrogance and Yardumian’s arrogance is ignorant. This is what you get with armenians NOTHING -
  • C Bonjukian Patten Scott did you read what Malool wrote on his page. He thinks all of us think like they do that it’s a okay to shoot down dead in the street innocent Americans? These used to be friends of mine. No more they have become Republican pawns and pigs in the nSee More
  • C Bonjukian Patten It’s all going on my blog the way it went down. I don’t take things down. My old armenian friends are ridiculous and living in a bubble. They would n’t know the real world if it shit on them.
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  • C Bonjukian Patten Ruthanne Turekian had the opportunity to sing at the met as my dad who worked there was going to get her an audition. She would have been set for life. She choose to go to Germany for a class and then mattied the most boring man I ever met. After they See More
  • C Bonjukian Patten I used to think was me but I know for sure now it’s them. THey have regressed instead of progressed. They turned into Republicans????
  • C Bonjukian Patten I was never an ignoramus when we both agreed on the same subject. Terribly sad for the Malool’s both retarded and she taught your kids – they must be stupid as hell now!

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I expect to be friend lighter and day now!

WHEN SOMEONE TELLS A FRIEND THAT THEY ARE GOING TO COME TO YOUR HOUSE AND BEAT YOU UP – YOU DEFEND YOUR FRIEND.

I WAS NOT DEFENDED.

I AM THE VICTIM HERE.

I WOULDN’T NEED TO CALL A COP

I WOULD INSTEAD CALL THE MORTICIAN.

 

 

OBAMA USES HIS PRESIDENTIAL PARDON’S TO FREE AMERICANS JAILED FOR DRUG CHARGES

YEAH I’M GLAD HE DID THIS. LIFE IN PRISON FOR SELLING DRUGS IS STUPID. IF THAT IS JUST THEN PUT ALL THE LIQUOR STORES OWNERS AND BAR OWNERS IN JAIL TOO

YOU CAN SELL ANYTHING YOU WANT – IF SOMEONE OVER MEDICATES THAT ISN’T OUR FAULT – IT IS THAT PERSON’S FAULT

 

List of 20 Convicts Granted Clemency by Obama

President Barack Obama on Wednesday commuted the sentences of the following eight people convicted of drug crimes:

? Sidney Earl Johnson Jr. of Mobile, Alabama, sentenced in 1994 to life in prison

? Cathy Lee Jones of Portsmouth, Virginia, sentenced in 2003 to 21 years

? Rickey Marcell McCall of Birmingham, Alabama, sentenced in 2001 to life

? Larry Nailor of Memphis, Tennessee, sentenced in 1997 to life

? Antonio Gromyko Reeves of Kennett, Missouri, sentenced in 2004 to 15 years

? Jennifer Regenos of Muscatine, Iowa, sentenced in 2002 to 20 years

? Barbara Lammsies Scrivner of Portland, Oregon, sentenced in 1995 to 30 years

? Israel Abel Torres of Dallas, Texas, sentenced in 1998 to life

Obama granted pardons to the following twelve convicts:

? Roy Norman Auvil of Bartonville, Illinois, sentenced in 1964 in South Carolina to five years of probation for possession of an unregistered distilling apparatus

? Bernard Bryan Bulcourf of McIntosh, Florida, sentenced in 1988 to three months in a treatment center for counterfeiting Federal Reserve notes

? Steve Charlie Calamars of San Antonio, Texas, 1989 sentence amended in 1994 to 4 years for intent to manufacture methamphetamine

? Diane Mary DeBarri of Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, sentenced in 1984 to three months imprisonment for methamphetamine distribution

? Donnie Keith Ellison of London, Kentucky, sentenced in 1995 to five years for manufacture of marijuana

? John Marshall French of Clovis, California, sentenced in 1993 in South Carolina to three years of probation for conspiracy to transport a stolen motor vehicle in interstate commerce

? Ricardo Marcial Lomedico Sr. of Point Roberts, Washington, sentenced in 1969 to five years for misappropriation of bank funds by an employee

? David Raymond Mannix of Lafayette, Oregon, sentenced in 1990 by U.S. Marine Corps general court martial at Camp Pendleton, California, to 75 days confinement and reduction in rank for theft of military property

? David Neil Mercer of Grand Junction, Colorado, sentenced in 1997 in Utah to three years of probation for violation of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act

? Claire Holbrook Mulford of Flint, Texas, sentenced in 1993 to five years on methamphetamine charges,

? Brian Edward Sledz of Naperville, Illinois, sentenced in 1993 to a year probation on wire fraud

? Albert Byron Stork of Delta, Colorado, sentenced in 1987 to six months in jail or treatment for filing a false tax return

Source: The White House.

Each was convicted in their home state, except where noted.

The president ordered the commuted sentences to expire on April 15, except for Johnson and Scrivner on June 12.

Feds Sue New York City Over Rikers Island Jail Violence

Mayor Bill DeBlasio will not do anything about Riker’s Island Jail Violence until his son, Dante, is imprisoned for being black as mayor’s son.

It’s a joke but I’m serious about it because the minute DeBlasio is no longer Mayor – that is what is going to happen.

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RIKERS ISLAND

NEW YORK, NY – DECEMBER 17: New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (C), joined by Department Correction Commissioner Joe Ponte (L) and Warden Becky Scott (R), talk during his tour of Second Chance Housing at Rikers Island on December 17, 2014 in New York City. Second Chance Housing is alternative housing for incarcerated adolescents instead of punitive segregation. (Photo by Susan Watts – Pool/Getty Images) | Pool via Getty Images

NEW YORK (AP) — Federal prosecutors have sued New York City to speed reforms at the troubled Rikers Island jail complex.

The lawsuit was filed Thursday to address what a Justice Department investigation found was a culture of violence against young inmates.

It comes one day after Mayor Bill de Blasio visited Rikers to announce the end of solitary confinement for 16- and 17-year-old inmates. The end of solitary was just one of 73 recommendations made by federal prosecutors to curb the violence.

In court papers, Attorney General Eric Holder and Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara (buh-RAH’-ruh) wrote that despite four months of negotiations with the city, federal prosecutors “have been unable to reach agreement as to lasting, verifiable and enforceable reforms.”

Emails seeking comment from the mayor’s office and city lawyers weren’t immediately returned.

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

 

 

THE DAILY SHOW’S JON STEWART IS LEFT LEANING & WRONG ABOUT DRUG DEALING BILLIONAIRE JAY Z’S PAST

HEY JON

YOU MADE FUN OF FOX NEWS REPORT ON JAY Z BEING A CRACK DEALER

BUT THAT’S EXACTLY WHO HE WAS IN HIS PAST

OH, & JON – SNOOP DOG WAS A PIMP WHILE HE WAS IN THE PROCESS OF BECOMING A FAMOUS DIP OH SORRY – RAPPER

To compare Rush Limbaugh (and I NEVER DEFEND THAT MORON) to Jay Z’s actual profession is actually wrong on your part. Rush became a pill popping drug addict through over medicating his prescription drugs.

I think you owe Fox News and Sean Hannity an apology but you’ll never do it. Jews are never wrong.

Right?

If Jon Stewart is going to tell the truth where Fox fails to do so – perhaps the whole truth is needed, eh Jon?

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Jon Stewart Hits Back After Sean Hannity Refers To Jay Z As A ‘Crack Dealer’Jay-Z

To millions, Jay Z is an American success story — a wildly popular artist and a self-made businessman from humble roots. But to Sean Hannity, Jay Z is just a “former crack dealer.”

“Fuck, man,” Jon Stewart said on “The Daily Show” Wednesday night, after playing a clip of Hannity’s comments. “I don’t even know what to do here.”

But if Jay Z is just a “former crack dealer” to Fox News, then turnabout is fair play. “The Daily Show” correspondent Jessica Williams joined Stewart to give new titles to some of the network’s favorite talking heads, including Ted Nugent, G. Gordon Liddy and Mark Fuhrman, based on “the worst thing they’ve ever done.”

Rush Limbaugh, for example, is no longer a “radio talk show host”; he’s a “prescription drug addict.”

Two can play at this game.

SONY INC V. NORTH KOREA V. FILM “THE INTERVIEW”

HERE’S MY PROBLEM WITH WHAT HAPPENED IN THE HACKING OF SONY COMPUTERS

AMERICA THINKS NORTH KOREA HIRED A HACKER TO HACK SONY PICTURES

BECAUSE THEY DID NOT WANT THE PICTURE THAT WAS TO START CHRISTMAS DAY 2014 TO TAKE OFF – THAT PICTURE IS CALLED “THE INTERVIEW”

SONY IS FULL OF AWHOLES – WHY?

WHY COULDN’T THEY JUST MAKE UP THE NAME OF A FICTITIOUS COUNTRY INSTEAD OF NAMING “NORTH KOREA” AND IT’S RIDICULOUS MORONIC AND PARANOID COMMIE ASSHOLE FATSO WITH BAD HAIRCUT – EMPEROR DICKWAD UN

UN LOSER

HE’S A DICKtator – what do you expect?

Why didn’t SONY create a fictitious country?

They are so stupid they deserve to be hacked.

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the New Yorker magazine

There’s no way to talk about “The Interview” without discussing in detail the dénouement and the ending. Those are the crucial parts of the film, the best parts of the film, and the ones that have reportedly aroused the most controversy within Sony, the film’s producer and distributor. It’s unclear how many people will even get to see “The Interview.” As I write this, Sony has cancelled the release of the film and North Korea has been linked to the Sony hacking by the U.S. government.

The subject of the movie, as everyone knows by now, is an entertainment reporter and host of a celebrity-centric talk show, Dave Skylark (James Franco), who learns that he’s a favorite of the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Skylark and his producer, Aaron Rapaport (Seth Rogen), a tabloid-TV adept who aspires to serious journalism, get in touch with a North Korean office in the hope of interviewing Kim. When their plans are approved, the two are contacted by the C.I.A., whose agents persuade them to accept the mission of killing Kim.

This bare-bones synopsis doesn’t do justice to a story that is as much about the policies of the United States as those of North Korea. The film’s comic setup is built around the unfunny idea of North Korea’s ramped-up nuclear arsenal and the notion that its missiles can reach the West Coast. As Kim’s threats grow increasingly hectic, the C.I.A. asserts that a moderate dissident faction within the regime is ready to take over, but doesn’t dare act against Kim personally. What follows is a lot of clattery, only intermittently funny comic riffing by Rogen and Franco as they play bumbling but well-meaning bourgeois nerds who are forced into physical action. Yet Rogen and Evan Goldberg—the movie’s directors and the co-writers of the story, along with Dan Sterling (who wrote the screenplay)—take seriously, in their own soft-handed way, the movie’s underlying question: When is it legitimate to kill the sitting leader of another country?

“The Interview” is a post-9/11 and, especially, a post-Iraq War meditation on a pre-9/11 theme: What should be done about a belligerent government (as opposed to an Al Qaeda-like non-state group) that poses a threat to the United States? More precisely: At what point is an act of war—because, of course, that’s what the planned assassination is—justified? As it turns out, the Rogen-Goldberg standard is a very high one (when the U.S. is in grave, imminent danger), and a counterfactual one (in the service of comedy, the film overhypes the North Korean threat). The filmmakers have talked about the research that went into their construction of the comic portrait of Kim and the movie’s depiction of North Korean society, but most of the film’s action—and, in particular, the film’s climactic events—are utter fantasy.

Spoilers, as promised: Dave Skylark and Kim hit it off—they have a sort of bromantic connection—and Kim presents himself as a kind of Red Star frat boy, an unhappy heir with unresolved daddy issues. Skylark comes to recognize that their emotional bond is a ruse—that he has been seduced by the dictator, whose sympathetic personal self-presentation is a smoke screen to obscure his policies—but he doesn’t take the chance to kill Kim.

Instead, Skylark and Rapaport take action against Kim only in extremis, when he’s in the midst of an actual, literal, finger-on-the-trigger countdown for a nuclear attack against the United States. Here’s what happens: Kim is in a helicopter, in contact with his nuclear-command center. The directors show a military officer with his finger poised above the launch button, and intercut to Kim counting down with his orders. Skylark and Rapaport are in a functioning, weaponized tank (a gift from Stalin to Kim’s grandfather, Kim Il-sung) and, to prevent the nuclear attack, they launch a shell from the tank that incinerates Kim’s helicopter—and Kim.

That climactic scene is the one that was at the center of controversy between the film’s directors and its producers at Sony. The shell that’s launched from the tank flies toward Kim’s helicopter in super-slow motion. When the shell strikes, the helicopter bursts into flames (again, in slow motion). Then there’s a cut to Kim, whose countdown is about to reach zero. What results is a moment of grotesque comedy that shocked me with its gory audacity: the wave of heat and shock makes Kim’s face waver—then his hair, eyebrows, and even skin begin to catch fire.

Apparently, Rogen and Goldberg had gone further: the New York Timesreports that Kazuo Hirai, Sony’s C.E.O., “insisted over the summer that a scene in which Mr. Kim’s head explodes when hit by a tank shell be toned down to remove images of flaming hair and chunks of skull.” In the cut that I saw, at a press screening last week, there was a little bit of flaming hair and even flaming flesh—but no chunks of skull or other mutilations.

Rogen and Goldberg offer a comedic dramatization of a political principle that would pass muster over craft beers in a liberal barroom: the killing of a foreign leader, or an act of war, would be justified if and only if an attack were verifiably imminent. In effect, the filmmakers are responding to the past decade of American foreign policy. They are retroactively opposing the Iraq War without declaring themselves absolutely opposed to war. They’re asserting a liberal muscularity of readiness to take action in the face of a verifiable immediate threat. They don’t involve the U.N., they don’t invoke diplomacy, they don’t assert a principle of pacifism but affirm a policy of prudent and patient but ready and robust defense.

On the other hand, the filmmakers have other arrows in their quiver—the ones provided to them by Hollywood itself, the power of the mass media—and this power is the main subject of the film. Once inside North Korea, Skylark and Rapaport decide to combat Kim not with the literal poison that the C.I.A. has provided but with their own skills—the power of the poison press.

The condition placed on their interview, of course, is that the questions be scripted. Kim will answer the softball questions in such a way as to present himself internationally as a reasonable and regular guy, and to present himself simultaneously at home as an internationally respected figure. But the American duo discover that they have a friend inside Kim’s regime—their official handler, Sook (played by Diana Bang), who is actually a secret opponent of Kim and who, at the critical moment, takes Skylark and Rapaport’s side (indeed, with an act of violence).

So, under the protection of Sook, who is in charge of North Korea’s TV studio, the interview that Skylark administers to Kim actually becomes a hard-hitting interview (of sorts). Although Kim manages to parry questions of policy, his character is held up to ridicule, which is no news around the world but a shock to his subjects. The result is in an instantaneous nationwide revolt. The subject of “The Interview” is the political impact on North Korea of a worldwide media event such as “The Interview” itself.

The threat posed by “The Interview” to the real Kim Jong-un isn’t just that it holds him up to ridicule, but that it could subject him to ridicule at home—not least, by dramatizing that prospect. Before the movie’s release was cancelled,news broke that human-rights activists were planning to airlift DVDs of the film into North Korea, via hydrogen balloons, when the disks came on the market. Park Sang Hak, who runs Free North Korea, the organization behind the plan, is, according to the Hollywood Reporter, “a former government propagandist who escaped to South Korea.” He is perhaps uniquely placed to recognize the power of such ridicule.

Which leads to another question: Why isn’t the movie actually very funny?

Rogen is, to my mind, an authentically, irrepressibly funny person—who at times tries to do too good a job of repressing it. His comedic inclinations seem even to trouble him. He sometimes performs with an angel perched on one shoulder—a triumphant angel who knocked the devil off the other. The ethical strain in Rogen’s comedy is central to his persona. Judd Apatow has made decisive use of this side of Rogen’s character in “Knocked Up” and “Funny People.”

In “The Interview,” Rogen deals with power even at its most extreme—international politics, nuclear weapons, the global media—yet there’s something inescapably small, even embarrassed, about the movie’s approach to it. The movie isn’t reduced just by its sketch-like comedy but by its ingratiating tone. It reflects an absence of temptation, an aversion to anarchy, overflow, id. It’s a comedy of responsibility. The irony is how its one moment of recklessly ecstatic excess—the sadistic destruction of Kim’s face—seems to have led to its downfall.

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THE PROBLEM I HAVE WITH SONY PULLING THE FLICK IS THAT IT IS GIVING INTO TERRORIST THAT ARE HACKER’S DEMANDS.

IN SHORT THIS IS WHAT I HAVE TO SAY TO DIPSTICK UN

YOU ARE A LOSER – HE’S THE ZUCKERBERG OF HIS GENERATION IN NORTH KOREA

YOU ARE A LOSER WHEN YOU HAVE TO HIRE A HACKER TO INFILTRATE AN AMERICAN COMPANY WITH WHOM YOU HAVE A DISAGREEMENT

WE DON’T ALL WANT TO SEE YOU DIE ASSWIPE

WE JUST WANT YOU, JR, TO STAY IN NORTH KOREA AND KILL OFF ALL YOUR RELATIVES

AND PLEASE DO NOT PROCREATE – THERE ARE ENOUGH DEVILS OUT IN THE WORLD WITH YOUR TYPE OF BACKGROUND. WE DON’T NEED MORE OF YOU.

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Every Big Theater Chain Just DroppedThe Interview

America’s five biggest theater chains have all dropped The Interview from their lineups after a group of anonymous hackers threatened violence against any theater caught screening the film. According to The Hollywood Reporter,Regal Entertainment, AMC Entertainment, Cinemark, Carmike Cinemas, and Cineplex Entertainment have all pulled the film, which was set to debut on Christmas Day; the movie’s New York premiere, which was also threatened, was canceled on Tuesday. Though the hackers told Sony to “remember the 11th of September, 2001,” the Department of Homeland Security insists there is “no credible intelligence to indicate an active plot against movie theaters within the United States.”

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NOT ONLY DID THE HACKER SO CALLED TERRORIST WIN – SONY SHOULD LEAVE THE USA AND GO BACK TO JAPAN – WHAT THE FUCK WERE THEY THINKING?

Sony pictures is at fault for allowing a film NAMING DIRECTLY UN & his country NORTH KOREA as the main subject of this film. They are supposed to be creative yet these producers writing this screenplay used a real country and a real person at the head of it – dictator instead of making up a fictitious name?

But with all the “protections” America is supposed to have on the internet foreign hackers hired by UN, a paranoid depressive commie dictator was able to hire these people and now they are threatening Sony Pictures?

Sony should close up shop and return to Japan with their heads between their legs. I find it laughable but I’d be insincere if I didn’t write that I am just as equally disgusted with how the Homeland Security handled this as well as Sony Pictures.

This picture was doomed from the start. I will bet that these so called producers are 20 years old working with their parents millions.

LOS ANGELES POLICE EQUIPT COPS WITH 1ST BODY CAMERAS

THE LAPD IS FULL OF DICKWADS

I KNOW BECAUSE I LIVED THERE AWHILE

AND HAVE BEEN STOPPED FOR WALKING IN BEVERLY HILLS INSTEAD OF RIDING IN MY CAR?

IT’S LIKE BEING GIVEN A TICKET IN NYC (THANKS MICHAEL BLOOMBERG YOU KNOB KNOCKER)

THIS IS BEAUTIFUL AND IT’S GOING TO HAPPEN ALL OVER THE COUNTRY WITHIN THE YEAR.

LA IS ALWAYS THE FIRST PLACE TO DO ANYTHING – NYC IS ALWAYS THE LAST

YIPPEEE!

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U WORK FOR ME

FUCK YOU ASSHOLE
GIVE ME A PLAYBACK!

LOS ANGELES — Every Los Angeles police officer will soon be equipped with a body camera, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday.

Garcetti said at a press conference that the department will buy 7,000 on-body cameras for Los Angeles Police Department officers to expand transparency and accountability.

“The trust between a community and its police department can be eroded in a single moment,” Garcetti said. “Trust is built on transparency.”

The announcement comes two weeks after President Barack Obama announced a $363 million package that includes $75 million to pay half the cost of 50,000 officer-mounted cameras. The technology has been widely endorsed as a reform following the death of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager killed by Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson in August.

“No big city department has done this,” LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said at the press conference. “Officers will have tremendously powerful evidence and the ability to collect it. We are starting a journey that will go on for decades.”

Beck said he didn’t expect that the cameras would be recording all the time. For example, cameras would not be used when officers interview victims of sexual abuse, but would likely be used when a suspect is in custody. Policies on proper use of the cameras will be considered in early 2015. The mayor’s office said the city hopes to deploy the first 800 cameras within six months.

LAPD is not alone in its interest in officer-worn cameras. Police departments inChicago, New York, Minneapolis and Washington, D.C., as well as in smaller citieslike Ferguson, have started pilot programs with cameras or have announced plans to do so.

Police reform advocates have long called for police body cameras, arguing that the video can help eliminate bias and uncertainty when allegations of misconduct arise. One frequently cited officer body camera pilot program in Rialto, California, found that the number of complaints filed against officers fell by 88 percent and use of force by officers fell by almost 60 percent in the first year police used the cameras.

Garcetti’s new plan would expand an LAPD pilot program that began early this year involving 600 officer-mounted cameras.

The announcement comes more than four months after Ezell Ford, a 25-year-old mentally ill man, was shot to death by LA police in a South LA neighborhood, just days after Brown was killed in Ferguson. Like the Brown case, eyewitness and police accounts of Ford’s death vary.

Police have said that during an Aug. 11 “investigative stop,” a struggle ensued in which Ford tried to grab an officer’s gun and another officer fired at Ford.

The killing has led to multiple protests as well as some erosion of police-community trust.

The LAPD continues to investigate Ford’s death.

OBAMA & WIFE RETELL OF RACIAL PROFILING

EVEN WHILE RESIDING AT THE WHITE HOUSE?

THIS IS ABSURD EVEN FOR AMERICA

I MEAN

REALLY?

HE’S THE PRESIDENT

SHE’S THE FIRST LADY

GET A GRIP PEOPLE!

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 OBAMA&WIFE

The Obamas opened up about their experiences with racial profiling in an interview with People magazine that will hit newsstands Friday.

“I think people forget that we’ve lived in the White House for six years,” Michelle Obama told the magazine. “Before that, Barack Obama was a black man that lived on the South Side of Chicago, who had his share of troubles catching cabs.”

In the interview, the president said it’s common for black men to understand what it’s like to be racially profiled. The first lady specifically mentioned an incident where Obama was asked to get coffee while attending a black-tie dinner.

In a Nov. 2008 piece published by the Wall Street Journal, Susan Davis recalled a 2003 party she attended with Obama, when another guest told her he had asked Obama “to fetch him a drink.”

“There’s no black male my age, who’s a professional, who hasn’t come out of a restaurant and is waiting for their car and somebody didn’t hand them their car keys,” Obama told People.

Amid discussions over race relations sparked by the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, Eric Garner in New York City, Tamir Rice in Cleveland, Ohio, and others, Obama has made several recent comments on race, highlighting his concern for “when anybody in this country is not being treated equally under the law.”

“It’s incumbent on all of us as Americans …that we recognize that this is an American problem and not just a black problem,” Obama said after a grand jury announced it would not indict the NYPD officer who killed Garner. “It is an American problem when anybody in this country is not being treated equally under the law.”

Obama told People his experiences “are nothing” in light of more serious situations of racial profiling by police.

“The small irritations or indignities that we experience are nothing compared to what a previous generation experienced,” Obama said. “It’s one thing for me to be mistaken for a waiter at a gala. It’s another thing for my son to be mistaken for a robber and to be handcuffed, or worse, if he happens to be walking down the street and is dressed the way teenagers dress.”

LADIES: IT’S TIME TO MOVE THE FUCK OUTTA MISSOURI

Proposed Bill Would Require Women To Ask Men’s Permission To Have An Abortion

A bill proposed by a Republican state lawmaker in Missouri would require a woman seeking an abortion to obtain notarized consent from the baby’s father, even if he is physically abusive toward her.

The bill’s sponsor, State Rep. Rick Brattin, told Mother Jones that while the bill has exceptions for rape victims and to protect the life of the mother, women in domestic violence situations are not exempt from having to ask the father’s permission. “What does that have to do with the child’s life?” Brattin said. “Just because it was an abusive relationship, does that mean the child should die?”

In explaining the bill to Mother Jones, Brattin channeled Todd Akin, the former Republican congressman from Missouri who, during a failed 2012 Senate bid, said that women who are victims of “legitimate rape” have mechanisms in their bodies that prevent them from getting pregnant. Brattin said his bill would require a woman to be able to prove that a “legitimate rape” happened in order to avoid having to ask for a man’s consent for the abortion.

 “Just like any rape, you have to report it, and you have to prove it,” said Brattin. “So you couldn’t just go and say, ‘Oh yeah, I was raped,’ and get an abortion. It has to be a legitimate rape.”

Brattin said he was inspired to introduce the bill on December 3 for the next legislative session, but it has not moved yet in the Missouri House. He said he was inspired to change the laws around abortion consent because he was required to obtain his wife’s consent before having a vasectomy.

There are no laws in the United States, however, requiring men to seek permission from women before having a vasectomy. Mother Jones notes that some individual medical providers in Missouri have a policy requiring the partner’s consent. Elizabeth Nash, state issues manager for the Guttmacher Institute, a reproductive health research organization, told The Huffington Post there are legal reasons some providers might require spousal consent.

“It could be that the physician is afraid of being sued,” she said.

If Brattin’s bill gains traction in the state legislature and becomes law, it will likely be blocked by the courts. The Supreme Court decided in Casey v. Planned Parenthood in 1992 that requiring a woman to notify her spouse before having an abortion is unconstitutional.

George Stinney, Exonerated 70 Years After Wrongful Murder Conviction As 14-Year-Old

70 YEARS AGO, 14 YR OLD GEORGE STINNEY was convicted for the murder of two white girls and executed in old sparky down in South Carolina.

After seven decades, a black 14-year-old boy has been cleared of murder.

In 1944, George Stinney was convicted of murdering two white girls in Alcolu, South Carolina. He was executed via the electric chair after his white lawyer called no witnesses and performed no cross-examinations.

Judge Carmen Mullins vacated the conviction against Stinney on Wednesday, WISTV reports.

Now this judge Mullins has vacated the conviction but they have not sought out the late George Stinney’s relatives to give them any compensation.

Are they even alive? To kill a 14 yr old boy at that time (1944) is ridiculous. It’s ridiculous even now unless you found him red handed. For pedophiles in America there is a statue of limitations – cos raping a woman is a notch in a man’s belt, don’t cha know! (total sarcasm)

And what about his former white lawyer who did not do his civic duty? I would think Judge Mullins would slam an injunction against his family members as well.

South Carolina has now opened pandora’s box for this child’s family to sue them for the reparations that George would have deserved and because they murdered him thru the law he was not able to grow up and live – his death served no purpose; except to kill the members of his family slowly every single day.

Who would we give reparations to?

Sad and sick.

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George Stinney, Exonerated 70 Years After Wrongful Murder Conviction As 14-Year-Old

Posted: 12/17/2014 1:50 pm EST Updated: 1 hour ago
GEORGE STINNEY

After seven decades, a black 14-year-old boy has been cleared of murder.

In 1944, George Stinney was convicted of murdering two white girls in Alcolu, South Carolina. He was executed via the electric chair after his white lawyer called no witnesses and performed no cross-examinations.

Judge Carmen Mullins vacated the conviction against Stinney on Wednesday, WISTV reports.

In January, a judge agreed to hear new testimony and arguments in the case.

At a hearing that month, Solicitor Ernest “Chip” Finney III argued the conviction should stand.

“They weren’t trying to railroad every black person associated with Alcolu and these little girls. They made a determination based on facts we don’t have today that George Stinney should be detained,” Finney said.

But an attorney arguing on behalf of Stinney said the state handled the case so badly that it merited another look.

“The state, as an entity, has very unclean hands,” attorney Miller Shealy argued.

RUSSIA IS SINKING LIKE A STONE & I’M CALLING IT “KARMA!”

RUSSIA IS LOSING IT’S LITTLE MIND

THEIR RUBLE IS SINKING LIKE A STONE

THEIR ECONOMY IS BEING BLINDSIDED AND PUTIN BETTER START WORRYING ABOUT HIS PEOPLE

BURNING HIS LITTLE BIG CHEST

AT THE STAKE

FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE

TALK ABOUT GOING DOWN IN FLAMES FOR BEING AN ARSE!

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THE UKRAINE IS LAUGHING AT FUGLY PUTIN & COMPANY

GOOGLE, APPLE AND IKEA ARE AMONG THE STORES THAT ARE EITHER RAISING PRICES OR PULLING OUT OF THE SUPER POWER

POOR RUSSIA – GO FUCK YOURSELVES – WELCOME TO KARMA LAND

COURTESY OF “THE UNIVERSE”

Russians Rush To Stores As Country Fears Bank Run

Posted: 12/17/2014 8:33 am EST Updated: 38 minutes ago

MOSCOW (AP) — Russian consumers flocked to the stores Wednesday, frantically buying a range of big-ticket items to pre-empt the price rises kicked off by the staggering fall in the value of the ruble in recent days.

As the Russian authorities announced a series of measures to ease the pressure on the ruble, which slid 15 percent in the previous two days and raised fears of a bank run, many Russians were buying cars and home appliances — in some cases in record numbers — before prices for these imported goods shoot higher.

The Swedish furniture giant IKEA already warned Russian consumers that its prices will rise Thursday, which resulted in weekend-like crowds at a Moscow store on a Wednesday afternoon.

 Shops selling a broad range of items were reporting record sales — some have even suspended operations, unsure of how far the ruble will sink. Apple, for one, has halted all online sales in Russia.

“This is a very dangerous situation. We are just a few days away from a full-blown run on the banks,” Russia’s leading business daily Vedomosti said in an editorial Wednesday. “If one does not calm down the currency market right now, the banking system will need robust emergency care.”

Alyona Korsuntseva, a shopper at IKEA in her 30s, said the current jitters surrounding the Russian economy reminded her of the 1998 Russian crisis when the ruble tumbled following the government’s default on sovereign bonds.

“What’s pressuring us is the fact that many people (back then) rushed to withdraw money from bank cards, accounts,” she says. “We want to safeguard ourselves so that things wouldn’t be as bad they were back then.”

Consumers are buying durable goods as they are seen as better investments than most Russian stocks. And, an overwhelming majority of Russians cannot afford to buy land or real estate.

Earlier this week, the ruble suffered catastrophic losses as traders continued to fret over the combined impact of low oil prices and Western sanctions over Russia’s involvement in Ukraine’s crisis.

Some signs emerged Wednesday that the ruble’s freefall may have come to an end and the currency could recover, at least in the short-term. After posting fresh losses early Wednesday, the ruble rallied more than 10 percent to around 60 per dollar at 9 p.m. Moscow time (1800 GMT, 1 p.m. EST).

Analysts credited a series of reassuring statements from the Central Bank and the government for the improving ruble backdrop.

First, Deputy Finance Minister Alexei Moiseyev said the government will sell foreign currency from its own reserves “as much as necessary and as long as necessary.”

Then the Central Bank announced an expanded series of measures to help calm the situation such as giving banks more freedom to increase interest rates on retail deposits and offering them more flexibility to deal with the ruble’s depreciation on their balance sheets.

Neil Shearing, chief emerging markets economist at London-based Capital Economics, said the “authorities have at last started to develop a strategy for containing the effects of the ruble’s collapse on the banking system and wider economy.”

Tom Levinson, chief foreign exchange and rates strategist at Sberbank CIB, agreed, saying the Central Bank could ease pressure on the ruble, even without massively spending its reserves.

“If they can provide measures that help secure the banking sector, provide confidence to investors and also to the population as a whole … that could be the first toward stabilizing the situation,” Levinson said in an interview. “Long way to go, but we are seeing some positive steps at last.”

The ruble’s tailspin continued Tuesday, despite a surprise move by Russia’s Central Bank to raise its benchmark interest rate to 17 percent from 10.5 percent — a move aimed to make it more attractive for currency traders to hold onto their rubles.

Should the current attempts to shore up the ruble fail, then the Russian authorities could be imposing capital controls.

However, Russia’s Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev has denied the government is considering doing so. While easing pressure on the ruble, the move would shatter Russia’s already tarnished reputation to investors.

Russian officials, meanwhile, have sought to project a message of confidence on state television, dwelling on the advantages of ruble devaluation, such as a boost to domestic manufacturing.

There are fears that the ruble could come under further pressure this week as President Barack Obama is expected to sign legislation authorizing new economic sanctions against Russia.

Whatever happens with the ruble, the Russian economy is set to shrink next year by 0.8 percent, even if oil prices stay above $80 per barrel. If oil prices stay at the current level of around $60, the Central Bank said the Russian economy could contract by nearly 5 percent.

The German government’s coordinator for relations with Russia, Gernot Erler, said the economic crisis in Russia was largely the result of the drop in oil prices, not the sanctions imposed by the West.

“It’s an illusion to think that if the sanctions were to fall away tomorrow, the Russian economy would suddenly be all right again,” Erler told rbb-Inforadio on Wednesday.

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Vladimir Kondrashov and Vladimir Isachenkov in Moscow and Frank Jordans in Berlin contributed to this report.

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