Tuesday, December 4, 2007

This is the only time I will ever....

Ask the Taliban for help....
Pakistan authorities today ordered the deportation of the leader of the feminist U.S. antiwar group Code Pink, who was in Lahore to join protests against the emergency rule imposed by President Pervez Musharraf, according to a spokeswoman for the group.

Medea Benjamin, a co-founder of the group, said she was arrested at a student demonstration by agents of the Pakistan Inter-Service Intelligence and detained for about four hours before being released with orders to leave the country tomorrow morning. Pakistan officials told Ms. Benjamin that she was being deported for joining illegal protests.

“I’m OK — a little shaken up,” Ms. Benjamin told The Washington Times by telephone from her hotel in Lahore. “They mistreated us.”

Ms. Benjamin said she feared for her life as the agents held her at gunpoint in a car speeding through the city to the police station.

“I thought I was going to die in the car,” she said. “They totally terrorized us.”

Pakistani authorities also detained and then ordered the deportation of Tighe Barry, a longtime Code Pink activist who was participating with the student rally outside the Lahore Press Club.

But here is the punch-line... And ooohhh, is it good.
“It’s a sad state of affairs when the Pakistani government, a government that is trying to portray itself to the West as democratic, tries to harass and deport U.S. human rights activists,” Ms. Benjamin said at the press club before her arrest. “If they do this to us, who have the protection of being U.S. citizens, imagine what they do to their own citizens.”

Please tell me Medea, just exactly which "protections" you get from being a US Citizen in a foreign country? Do you get protection from beheading? (like Nick Berg did) Did the ISI read you your Miranda Rights?

Oh, I sooooo wish they would have thrown this bitch in jail and thrown away the key.

This stupid bitch just doesn't get it. They don't have a 1st Amendment in Lahore, or Quetta, or Karachi. Your US Constitutional rights end at the border. Additionally, if they are deporting you, you don't belong there, and as you are so fond of pointing out at every protest you are at here in the U.S., we should not be meddling in the affairs of nations like Iraq.

So, why are you meddling in a nation you are not a citizen of? Why are you illegally invading another country in order to facilitate regime change?

The Taliban so missed an opportunity to film the killing of an American citizen who would cower before their cameras and gleefully spout their propaganda.

Right before they chopped her fucking head off....

The Taliban know who their fellow travelers are here in America, and they need her here for their war effort.....

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