Friday, 30 November 2007


Teddy Mohammed T-Urban - New CD
Thousands of Sudanese, many armed with clubs and knives, protested Friday outside the presidential palace in Khartoum, demanding the execution of a British teacher convicted of insulting Islam for allowing her students to name a teddy bear Muhammad.

In response to the demonstration, teacher Gillian Gibbons was moved from the women’s prison near Khartoum to a secret location for her safety, her lawyer said.

The protesters streamed out of mosques after Friday sermons, as pick-up trucks with loudspeakers blared messages against Gillian Gibbons, the teacher who was sentenced Thursday to 15 days in prison and deportation.

"Imprisoning this lady does not satisfy the thirst of Muslims in Sudan. But we welcome imprisonment and expulsion," the cleric, Abdul-Jalil Nazeer al-Karouri, a well-known hardliner, told worshippers.

In an editorial, The Daily Telegraph said Miliband "has tiptoed around the case, avoiding a threat to cut aid and asserting that respect for Islam runs deep in Britain. Given that much of the government's financial support goes to the wretched refugees in Darfur and neighboring Chad, Mr. Miliband's caution is understandable."

Now, however, the newspaper said, Britain should recall its ambassador in Khartoum and impose sanctions on the Sudanese regime.

The British Government this week stated "We respect Muslims" - Like WTF???
STOP ALL THIS WEAK "WE RESPECT MUSLIM BULLSHIT", you are dealing with ignorant animals - YOU MUST impose economic sanctions, sever all economic aid and political ties with the Sudan and let them rot away in their own religious bullshit.


The UK and US and all other FREE governments must show this NOW.

POST your teddy bear pics and cartoons here, and perhaps it would be cool to send them to the Sudanese Embassy.

Meanwhile another Teddy Mohammed is available online - check it out here:

Wednesday, 21 November 2007


I cannot control it - the animal within - it is amazingly strong and resilient - it is a part of me from the DNA level right up to the physical level - our animal side is there. Residing in each and everyone of us are the vestiges of our evolution - the shark, the lizard, the predator, the ape - the barbarian... the animal within is not evil, it is not bad, it's just that it is not part of, nor suited to, our modern human culture. The animal within is suited to survival of the fittest on the african plains - it is suited to the male conquest of other males to win a suitable partner - it is suited to kill and eat or be killed and eaten - it is suited to violence against the females of the breed to keep them under control and free from competitors - it is suited to defending and fighting for territory.... Can you see the similarity? (Look up "reptilian cortex" on Google)

I like the series HEROS, not so much for the the acting or the screenplay but more for the idea that humans will continue to evolve and may one one day develop a characteristic that at the moment we can only regard as fantasy. Take birds for example - you might well exclaim that they are at the pinnacle of their evolution, a better example of "designed for flight" could not exist...

Well you would be wrong, what you are seeing when you consider birds is just a snapshot of evolution at this particular moment. Birds will also continue to evolve over the coming millenia and for all eternity - how birds might look in 5 million more years will be surprising - they might well develop flight characteristics that as yet no one could ever imagine. But then the same applies to all life on earth - the shark, the tiger, the monkey, the human being. You are only seeing a snapshot of this moment in time. How might a human being be in 5 million years time from now?

Can we postulate with some degree of accuracy? Lets see...

The animal inside us all will continue to diminish, so we will see less crimes of an animal nature - that means less violence, less rape, less abuse of females and abuse of female children. We will see less territorial wars, less eye for an eye aggression...

What will we see more of?

Well forget the hippy flowers and love stuff, forget religions, we will see more cooperation, more "attempts" to overcome differences of opinion, more "global awareness", more "we are the same species" outlooks...

Here is a question... why do dogs hate cats? They are not competitors... in the animal world dogs are really wolves and cats are really tigers and lions but the two groups do not even live on the same continents and are not natural enemies - yet dogs dislike and chase cats and that is "ipso facto"

We have a saying in the english language - "scaredy cat" but consider this... if you disturb a giant crocodile it will at first run to the river or nearest water and submerge itself... are they scaredy cats? Are they afraid?

No, you are mistaken with that belief - it is simply a survival tactic. And to prove it lets put you in a ring with a 1 ton crocodile and lets see who is the "scaredy cat"... You will shit your pants in the few seconds of life that you have left before the crocodile attacks. And you will loose. Would you attack the crocodile first? Lol, no way...
However much education you have, however rich your parents are, whichever thrash music group you listen to - you will loose. So once again "who is the the scaredy cat"? Well humans are is the answer...

The full answer to the above question is this - just remember that survival of the fittest and strongest is a real everyday occurance between animals on this planet and all its miriad life forms - including humans, as is the survival of the smartest - and cats are smart, crocodiles are smart, each species has it's own solution... in the future we might see less dependance on this attitude, because survival will be possible without resort to violence.

The animal within is thriving within all of us - what is needed is time, time to conquer the animal and dominate it...

How much time?

Maybe 10,000 years at least... in which case you and I will not experience this...

An unpleasant thought perhaps, but then what are you doing about it today and tomorrow that might help speed up this transition???