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#1 bishadi

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 09:23 PM

I didn't open this thread, but I am here posting this top line, so that people can see how the bigots of this website, will allow sobs to mislead.


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the read is still pretty clear.
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ps.... these clips were removed from the actual threads that they were in. because apparently Russians allow sobs to do make believe, in someone else's names.

No wonder orthoducks is the religious preference of the weak minded; lack of personal responsibility.
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to all :::::::::::::::::::::
 
we have all just seem another example of the ranting and raving of a retarded and hostile personality.

in addition this person may call himself an arab and claim pity and the right to have help.



Hostilities are what the vlad/nemesis earns.

You just lied, again about me being 'arab'

It occurs over and over and over again.

You could call me adolf hitler or himler if you like or even jesus, Muhammad or even crazy .............. but when you say that I claim it, you are a f'u'cking liar .

I don't mind telling a liar to go f'u'ck themselves. Even in your living room, among your children and friends too.


 

i am certain that <bishadi> resides somewhere in north america;

yes, american and in the valley of the sun.

But never a once, have I said that I am arab. You just consider me arab, because I do not support the zionism that you and nemesis do.


 

therefore he is still being studied by the north american institute of cultural studies.


Which is the normal crap that the nemesis of Pravda, like to read on this wonderful site.
 

all russian may help the NAI of CS, but why should we help bishadi.
 
vlad


The only help, that I need, is for others to learn how to judge for themselves. Then people like you will become extinct, far sooner.

Edited by bishadi, 03 June 2014 - 02:25 PM.

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#2 vladzo

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 09:43 PM

please use your imagination

 

you are watching the TV and there iare three tables with three men who look exactly alike because they are masked.

 

and they are all wearing dark suits with white shirts and black ties.

 

~~~~~~~~~~ a loud voice says - YOU ARE OUR THREE GUESTS THIS WEEK

some music plays, --  --

 

THIS IS TO TELL THE TRUTH

 

now our guests may stand one by one and tell us who they are.

 

the first guest on the right stands and says ;;

" I AM THE GREAT EMIR BISHADI "

 

the second from the left stands next and says ;;

" I AM THE GREAT EMIR BISHADI "

 

the first from the left stands last

" I AM THE GREAT BISHADI EMIR "

 

THE LOUD VOICE SAYS

AND NOW OUR CALL IN GUESTS SHALL ASK THE QUESTIONS.

 

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so which one of them was the arab and which one was the hostile retard BISHADI.

 

watch the TV show and learn.


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#3 bishadi

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Posted 30 May 2014 - 03:54 PM


Wow...... A voice!

tosavethedonbasspeople


So is the law by the zionazi? The Russians? Is that left or right, up or down; perhaps 1 or more?

Is it reflecting public request?

Is it to save anyone? Define? Support/dispute:


Why would the law of no false witness, be unimportant, if swearing is now punishable? No matter the religious belief, of Confucius, torah, bible, Koran .............. all have rules, per se by god or just good wisdom, but swearing made the news, at"savedonbasspeople"

Which law 'saves the donbass people'?
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President Vladimir Putin has signed a law on Monday prohibiting swearing in public performances, including cinema, theater and other forms of art.
The law will come into effect on July 1, and afterwards swearing in films, plays and concerts will incur penalties of up to 2,500 rubles ($70) for individuals and up to 50,000 rubles for companies and organizations.
A similar measure was passed in April 2013, banning swearing in media.
In December 2013, the Institute of Russian Language at the Russian Academy of Sciences complied a list of four words that constitute swearing and will thus be banned. Two depict male and female reproductive organs, one describes the process of copulation and the last refers to a promiscuous woman.  
The most recent law has not yet specified a list of specific curse words.
The law has been met with both criticism and shock, as swearing has been a vital component of Russian art, with some of the nation's best poets and playwrights using curse words prolifically, from classical Alexander Pushkin to contemporary post-modernist Vladimir Sorokin.
According to the Culture Ministry, which is in charge of overseeing the work of theaters and also issuing movie distribution certificates, the newly passed measures will only concern mass culture and will not concern art.  
"The law is not aggressive; its only aim is to regulate this sphere, so that swearing will have its  purpose," Irina Kaznacheeva, the ministry's spokesperson, told The Moscow Times on Monday.
"It will be up to the artistic director to decide what to do with swearing, whether to break the new law or not, we will not interfere in the process," she said.
Many theater directors and playwrights have complained that the new law is effectively in conflict with intellectual property legislation, according to which authors' works cannot be changed.
"We discussed this situation at our artistic meeting and decided that we will preserve all artistic texts, keeping swearing in them, but prohibiting actors from improvising," said Varvara Faer, director of the BerlusPutin play at Moscow's teater.doc independent theater.
The play satirizes the relationship between Putin and former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, with the main character being a hybrid of the two politicians.
"I am against the use of swearing in life, but I believe artists can use it in their works, in case the work is truly artistic," she said.
Teater.doc also has a play called "Democracy," where the audience is encouraged to participate in the performance by expressing their views aloud. With the new law, if audience members curse, they can be fined.  
"We cannot shut the mouths of our audience, so they will have to assume responsibility for what they do," said Faer.
Prominent Russian philosopher and linguist Vadim Rudnev believes that the government's attempt to regulate language means that it increasingly resembles a criminal gang.
"They want to designate their territory: this can be said and this cannot," Rudnev, a member of the structuralist Tartu-Moscow Semiotic school said.
"In reality it is a common practice to swear among the intelligentsia. When writer Maxim Gorky came to visit Tolstoy, who began to swear to him, he got upset. The truth was that by swearing Tolstoy was demonstrating that Gorky was part of the group," he said.


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Posted 30 May 2014 - 04:02 PM

please use your imagination

 
THIS IS TO TELL THE TRUTH
 
now our guests may stand one by one and tell us who they are.
 
the first guest on the right stands and says ;;
" I AM THE GREAT EMIR BISHADI "
 
the second from the left stands next and says ;;
" I AM THE GREAT EMIR BISHADI "
 
the first from the left stands last
" I AM THE GREAT BISHADI EMIR "
 
THE LOUD VOICE SAYS
AND NOW OUR CALL IN GUESTS SHALL ASK THE QUESTIONS.
 
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so which one of them was the arab and which one was the hostile retard BISHADI.
 
watch the TV show and learn.


No swearing...... for you Russians.

Lying and of false witness, is against all of mankind and nature itself as it misleads a life from what is true.


So by this American .....F'u'ck you!

You can ask hesus to forgive you, or even your nemesis, but by me ...... well, life and what can enables others, was given to you, and by choice, you did and do wrong.

That kind of truth, enabling others to judge, can save d'u'mb azzz people, from you.

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Edited by bishadi, 30 May 2014 - 04:03 PM.

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#5 bishadi

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Posted 30 May 2014 - 07:30 PM



ha ha ha ha


I posted this morning about how this post, by the lad, was ridiculous.


Being that it was deleted, shares how bad it is regarding 'voice'.



The Russians are imposing of law of swearing, but the law by every god, of NO FALSE witness, is accepted.



My questions hit these and with a request of how no swearing, will save the dombass people?



I cannot help but laugh as knowing that I got the goat of these f'u'cking idiots, cracks me up.

ps.....I m American, we don't have totalitarian laws.







President Vladimir Putin has signed a law on Monday prohibiting swearing in public performances, including cinema, theater and other forms of art.
The law will come into effect on July 1, and afterwards swearing in films, plays and concerts will incur penalties of up to 2,500 rubles ($70) for individuals and up to 50,000 rubles for companies and organizations.
A similar measure was passed in April 2013, banning swearing in media.
In December 2013, the Institute of Russian Language at the Russian Academy of Sciences complied a list of four words that constitute swearing and will thus be banned. Two depict male and female reproductive organs, one describes the process of copulation and the last refers to a promiscuous woman.  
The most recent law has not yet specified a list of specific curse words.
The law has been met with both criticism and shock, as swearing has been a vital component of Russian art, with some of the nation's best poets and playwrights using curse words prolifically, from classical Alexander Pushkin to contemporary post-modernist Vladimir Sorokin.
According to the Culture Ministry, which is in charge of overseeing the work of theaters and also issuing movie distribution certificates, the newly passed measures will only concern mass culture and will not concern art.  
"The law is not aggressive; its only aim is to regulate this sphere, so that swearing will have its  purpose," Irina Kaznacheeva, the ministry's spokesperson, told The Moscow Times on Monday.
"It will be up to the artistic director to decide what to do with swearing, whether to break the new law or not, we will not interfere in the process," she said.
Many theater directors and playwrights have complained that the new law is effectively in conflict with intellectual property legislation, according to which authors' works cannot be changed.
"We discussed this situation at our artistic meeting and decided that we will preserve all artistic texts, keeping swearing in them, but prohibiting actors from improvising," said Varvara Faer, director of the BerlusPutin play at Moscow's teater.doc independent theater.
The play satirizes the relationship between Putin and former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, with the main character being a hybrid of the two politicians.
"I am against the use of swearing in life, but I believe artists can use it in their works, in case the work is truly artistic," she said.
Teater.doc also has a play called "Democracy," where the audience is encouraged to participate in the performance by expressing their views aloud. With the new law, if audience members curse, they can be fined.  
"We cannot shut the mouths of our audience, so they will have to assume responsibility for what they do," said Faer.
Prominent Russian philosopher and linguist Vadim Rudnev believes that the government's attempt to regulate language means that it increasingly resembles a criminal gang.
"They want to designate their territory: this can be said and this cannot," Rudnev, a member of the structuralist Tartu-Moscow Semiotic school said.
"In reality it is a common practice to swear among the intelligentsia. When writer Maxim Gorky came to visit Tolstoy, who began to swear to him, he got upset. The truth was that by swearing Tolstoy was demonstrating that Gorky was part of the group," he said.


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