The Free State
"Man, in a word, has no nature. What he has is - history."

Wednesday, March 30, 2005

10 PoFo Sigs!

Well, it's been almost 2 months since I joined Politics Forum, and I've spent ridiculous amounts of time arguing with dumbass idealist Communists and annoyingly credible Libertarians on it. The plus side is my desire to be credible with a kick-ass sig has inspired me to make a buttload of signatures and improve my PhotoShopping skills.

So here they are:

A few important figures to me, simple and doesn't try too hard.

That's right I'm a big ugly bird who tells you what you don't want to hear you stupid pigeon. Long live the smudge button.

Did I mention Bismarck rocks? Even if he cocked up phenomenally in the end.

Good old Wyatt.

Did this for some German nationalist (no not me :-P)

I like this one. That's right all you absolutists out there, you're all idiots. I hope people understand this sig has absolutely nada to do with race.

For a British nationalist.

I thought that was a really cool torn flag pic I found.

Did this for one of those left-leaning socialial democratic/anarchist/doesn't really know what they stand for commies.

I like this one. Those who don't know Rudyard Kipling, especially the Brits out there, do yourself a favour and click here.

Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Oops... more collateral damage

I urge you to donate contact lenses to our glorious crusaders in Iraq. I mean, how many people know the difference between Arabs and those crazy yurpeans.

An Italian reporter had just been saved by Italian forces (no really!). Luckily, our armed forces quickly put an end to this Italian bravado by shooting dead the officer in charge.

This Bulgarian, usually referred to as "one of those damn commies", was also shot, on account that you can't tell the difference between their flag and the Italians'.

Despite the injury and loss of life, collateral damage is a great way of meeting people.

The quest for finding American replacement bodies to fill in the gaps is not going well. More and more Americans are unable to distinguish a plank from their face.

A skilled potential recruit, this little fat kid, gave recruiters false hope. He blew his brains out shortly after proving his skill in the Red Lake High School Massacre. His worth was disputed as he was unable to distinguish the difference between an Indian Nationalist and a crazed anti-anything-that-isn't-white genocidal mass murderer.

Michael Moore has already announced his intention to commerically exploit the killing while claiming the moral high ground with the newly titled "Waterskiing for Red Lake". Coming this Fall!

The quest for finding American bodies to fill in the gaps in Iraq is thus not being very fruitful. But lets not forget we're training the Iraqis for that. By not equipping them with goggles, helmets, kevlar or decent guns, the brass is making sure the Iraqi recruits die for their country in sufficient numbers, so we don't have to.

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Another scandal for the Prince!

Mere months before Prince Charles' marriage to Camilla Parker Bowles, the Prince of Wales has become embroiled in another scandal. Although his love of Empire is well documented, the proportions of his love for Britain's former imperial subjects has only recently been revealed.

The Prince in neo-imperial attire.

His mildly repulsive middle-aged mistress was an aussie this time. The media outburst and scandal over their torrid relationship is likely to dammage the monarchy severly.. The relationship with Camilla, who has always had tense relationships with the Royal Family, is unlikely to survive the scandal.

Relations with the Royal Family have always been tense: "Come on mum, we all know who dealt it."

The scandal arose from a shocking and exclusive photo of Charles and his lover. The relationship has been universaly been dubbed by the Daily Mail as "torrid and passionate saggy, Princess Diana just doesn't seem to have fired him up at all."

A "torrid and passionate [...]" kiss spied by a deprived onlooker.

The scandal has since grown and been fueled by the testimony of numerous ministers and people close to the Prince. Knowledge of it went all the way to the PM. Tony Blair has before a parliamentary hearing given extremely detailed accounts of the relationship. His testimony is likely to serve as an example of honesty, integrity and completeness that all future PMs should emulate.

Though the detail of Blair's testimony has been praised he has been criticized on grounds of plausibility.