Peace lesson for the pre-born

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Last updated on March 6th, 2018 at 12:30 am

Via Arthur Chrenkoff, the heartwarming story of a young mother who desperately wants a secure future for her unborn child:

“The war on terror is wrong because it is not going to end terrorism when you have people such as Iyad Allawi (Iraq’s outgoing prime minister) being put in power,” she said, with an anti-war poster in her hand.

Akono, who is from Cambodia and is married to a British man, plans to go on a hunger strike from April 14 in protest against the continuing war on terror.

“I want to do everything I can to make sure my child has a secure future,” said the pregnant activist.

Nothing says security better than morbidly low birth weight!

UPDATE. Also from Chrenkoff: Gujarat begs for Axis of Evil status. Gujarat? Yes, Gujarat!

Posted by Tim B. on 03/21/2005 at 09:02 AM
    1. “…my child’s future as either a drugged-out bulemic supermodel or bulldozer-stoppin’ activist, I haven’t decided yet.  That is, assuming I carry the “fetus” to term, unles I exercise my woman’s “choice” not to be shackled by oppressive heteronormative burdens like changing yukky diapers.”

      Posted by MCaldridge on 03/21 at 09:20 AM • permalink


    1. The key to defeating Gujarat is to take Patel out of play. And then take Patel out of play. And then take Patel out of play 50 million more times.

      A two-child policy has been proposed for Gujarat, which is probably why they hate us. Who will run the family convenience store?

      American wars: All about gas stations.

      If we attack Gujarat, “Mike” and “Bill” and “Cindy” will tie up our phone lines during the dinner hour for months. And don’t expect your C++ code to be well-commented!

      Posted by bobpence on 03/21 at 09:51 AM • permalink


    1. It sounds like a pity that her parents didn’t believe in abortion.  That would have made a slightly saner world for everyone.

      Posted by Craig UK on 03/21 at 10:23 AM • permalink


    1. Will the low birth weight lower intelligence, if the baby makes it?

      I see a strategy for continuing the moonbat species!

      She’s probabbly playing Karl Marx audio tapes to the baby now, it’s a foetal gulag!

      Posted by Rob Read on 03/21 at 11:19 AM • permalink


    1. Will the low birth weight lower intelligence, if the baby makes it?

      Considering the mother, I don’t think low birth weight is going to affect the baby’s intelligence much.

      Where’s the dimwit father in all this?  Hasn’t he got anything to say, or is he just standing there looking stupid?

      Posted by RebeccaH on 03/21 at 11:52 AM • permalink


    1. You fools! Don’t you understand?! George Bush is making me abuse my unborn child!

      Posted by richard mcenroe on 03/21 at 11:53 AM • permalink


    1. Maybe the baby is due before April 14th?

      Of course, even if that’s the case, she wouldn’t be doing it any favours in terms of breastmilk. And these people don’t exactly strike me as the formula-buying types.

      Posted by Sonetka on 03/21 at 06:04 PM • permalink


    1. Gujarat

      sod off, swami?

      Posted by guinsPen on 03/21 at 09:29 PM • permalink


    1. This isn’t the work of George Bush. No! It’s the work of Karl Rove!

      Posted by KhazarKhum on 03/21 at 10:46 PM • permalink


  1. It all started when they shut down the loony bins and let the inmates out to fend for themselves.

    Posted by Pedro the Ignorant on 03/22 at 03:16 AM • permalink