Thailand Nightlife Roundup

Welcome to my website.  Unlike the universe, this website has a purpose: to offer rants, tirades, opinions and discussion about books on Thailand, give an overview of nightlife in Thailand and, yes, to provide a few news items which might not appear elsewhere.  And to have some fun.

Bar, club and restaurant owners who would like to send material on their special events, birthday bashes, anniversary parties, etc., are welcome to do so but please remember men in Thailand are a bit jaded so if you’re just going to offer the usual free gourmet food and free full band entertainment and free beautiful and eager-to-please women, well, the lads have been there, done that. So do try to offer potential patrons something special. ;-)

There is a contest every two weeks when this column appears and the first to answer the question correctly or identify a photograph correctly will receive vouchers worth at least 2,500 baht in food and drink, i.e., 500 baht each, from Larry's Dive, The Old Dutch, Electric Blue, The Duke of Wellington pub, PJ's Steak & Rib Grill, and Bourbon Street Cafe. The prizes will build up in case anyone doesn't win it immediately so the bonanza for the eventual winner could get quite interesting.  It will double to 5,000 and, if still no winner, to 7,500, etc.  Second prize is a "I Support Single Moms" T-shirt.  And please remember a part of all money received from the sale of my books goes to needy Thais (in the form of payment to go go dancers, waitresses and hostesses).

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Whose gorgeous legs are these?  All will be revealed next column.

 


The Duke of Wellington is having a one-year anniversary bash on Saturday, 12 January, with free snacks, super drink specials and live music.   On Silom very near Patpong.  See you there.

 

 

Good News: This lovely Lookie Lookie entertainment provider on soi 33 will let you love her if you dare.  Bad news: Now the other twin has disappeared.  Min has left the Lookie Lookie and her twin sister Mot already left a bar down the street once known as the Richmond.  Easy come, easy go.  Sob.

 

 

Luscious Entertainment providers in Santa outfits inside the Office Bar on December 24th.  Don't Thai women look cool in those Christmas outfits?  But don't they look even cooler without them?  At right: Thai maidens down a subsoi off of Sukhumvit soi 33.

 

A few shots above around Christmas Eve: Texas Lone Star; Soi Cowboy pictures complete with Santa Clause and inside the Emporium.  I will have some new photographs up of Nana Plaza next column.  But it is true: some bars at Nana have made the move to let us say less apparel  - and more!  The Mandarin Bar upstairs girls seem to have forgotten their skivvies and seem to have forgotten to button their blouses.  Shades of Baccara and Erotica!  Hollywood now has some good shows involving showers and very scantily clad women (and very good looking women) indeed.  Angelwitch, the bar I believe who dared start the trend, is also right up there in the why not show a bit above the waist category and as always the shows are daring and fun.  Angelwitch, even on a sunday, was doing fine for business. 

 

My only complaint was the bartender.  I was drinking black russians and when they made it too strong I asked them to add a bit more Kahlua to sweeten the taste.  The server said the woman-bartender refused.  It is the first time anywhere in the world a bartender has refused to add a bit of Kahlua to a black russian.  As the drink is not all that commonly ordered, usually in most places, they ask me politely if it is all right.  If not, they will add whatever I need.  As I was sitting there in Angelwitch buying drinks for a dancer it did not seem wise to piss off a customer who spends money.  I understand I cannot ask for more vodka, but when a bartender refuses to add a bit of kahlua, that bartender needs her ass kicked.  And I hope Matt or Dave will do it.

 

 

The new Coyotes bar and restaurant with over 125 kinds of margaritas has opened near the 7/11 on Sukhumvit near soi 33.  I haven't tried the food yet but the service was good and I like the design.  It has an upstairs and even sliding doors and a balcony so you can inhale the fresh air traffic along Sukhumvit.  I suspect their Mexican food is good.  They have another in Bangkok and one in Phuket.  Roong (Dawn) the chick mixing the drink is cool.  If she plays her cards right she might get somewhere with me.  In fact, if she plays them wrong, she might anyway.

I have a friend who wanted to use an adobe acrobat function but apparently the free time period ran out so he had to backdate his computer to believe that it was a year earlier so that he could continue using the program.  In other words, he had to lie to his computer.  The world, as Alice in wonderland would say, becomes curiouser and curiouser.

George Pipas of the Texas Lone Star Saloon is in ICU at Samitivej Hospital with numerous problems, quite serious.  His wife is in from Florida and all of us wish him a very speedy recovery.

Another friend was walking about with a cane and it turns out he fell off a barstool at the Silver Dollar Bar in Washington Square when he was drunk and hurt his leg.  Yes, drinking and sitting can be dangerous.  If you sit, don’t drink; if you drink, don’t sit.  MADS: Mothers Against Drunken Sitting.

Yet another friend of mine (yes, I do have more than one) was in a massage parlor the other day and after an especially wonderful part of the massage had ended, his masseuse asked if he would excuse her for 5 minutes while she went upstairs to have herself checked by the doctors.  Slightly alarmed at this, my friend began to panic, but the girl explained it was just the weekly checkup on the third floor.  It seems each week, one male doctor arrives with two female doctors.  The male doctor does the checking of the intimate parts of the massage parlor girls; one female doctor checks urine for pregnancy; the other female doctor writes it all down.  And then once every three months, there is a blood test for HIV or whatever.  She even asked my friend if he wanted to go up and watch.  My friend declined but reports that she was in fact back in five minutes and all was well.  Amazing Thailand.  

Just a reminder: The Entertainment Centers along Rachadapiset Road welcome farangs as well as Asians so don't be afraid to head out that way should you get jaded by Soi Cowboy and Nana Plaza.  You could do worse than taking a subway out to Huay Kwang station, exiting at exit number three, and exploring the neighborhood.  Get to know the locals, or at least the locals with numbers on them.

 

I had heard of Hornbill Books up in Nong Khai practically overlooking the Mekong and Laos but had never been there.  It is a small shop with an interesting collection of new and old books and is run by the affable Saranya Senaves.  They even had a copy of The Go Go Dancer who Stole My Viagra for sale so that shows you it is a top quality hi so shop!  They also have a computer cafe in the back room.  If you need any special book, just e-mail them at: hornbill-11@yahoo.com.  In the same lane is the Mut Mee Garden Guest House billed as "a place to stay, a community, a place to eat, with a beautiful tropical garden beside the Maekong River."  Sitting at tables below trees did look inviting so I decided to have lunch there.  Unfortunately, there were far fewer waitresses than there should have been so after a looong wait in which I didn't even get a menu to look over I moved on and ate nearby along the river.  Anyway, it looks like a nice place to stay so to find out prices and the rest their e-mail is mutmee@mutmee.com.  And by the way are you aware that in Thailand Asia Books chain has bought the Bookazine chain?  Not so sure this is a good thing.  Let's wait and see.  But Rumor-Control Headquarters has it that Canadian Richard, the fellow who began the Bookazine chain, may be starting another.

Members of Frank's Corner celebrate Christmas 07 at the Londoner Pub.  Khun Touk helps out Santa Clause (or turns him on, one or the other or both), Khun Al espouses on some subject, perhaps even making sense, some members of Frank's Corner, a portrait of the late Frank drawn by Jannik's dad from a photograph of Frank.  The portrait will most likely be placed near the front door of the Londoner just above the plaque in his memory.

 

The latest AFTER DARK magazine.  Still going strong and lookin' goooooood!

 

 

New Year's Eve, Soi Cowboy, and the beat goes on...

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Khun Nana's Corner

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Khun Nana is a savvy local expat who keeps in shape by hitting most of the bars of Nana Plaza as often as possible.  From his vast experience, he will enlighten and entertain us with his recollections of the bar scene be they humorous, tragic or somewhere in between.

It is the holiday season and Bangkok is absolutely packed with visitors.  Yesterday I walked from Chitlom to MBK shopping center and I must have passed at least 50,000 people of all races, ages and nationalities.  What a cultural melting pot this is!  I also fell in love 338 times during this 30 minute walk, which is nearly twice as many times as I normally fall in love during a normal 30 minute period of time in Paradise.  My neck is absolutely killing me from jerking back and forth in hopeless attempts to take in all the feminine beauty.  Since girl watching is my part-time job I will just have to chalk this up as an occupational hazard!

Speaking of feminine beauty, last week a lovely and I went out partying with 6 other farang/Thai couples on a whirlwind tour of great drinking spots.  I must say that this particular group of friends is blessed with a tremendous amount of classic Thai beauties!  I must give credit for good taste to these guys in regard to their choice of partners.  It is also interesting to note that the group included both “normal” Thai gals with university degrees and good jobs, as well as “ex-bargirl” gals.  Just 10 years ago it was unheard of for these 2 groups to interact socially, so I am optimistic that Thailand is becoming more liberal as to class structure.  Well, at least when it concerns women who have farang lovers! Anyway, during the past several months as I have observed the dynamics of these relationships I have noticed certain patterns.  These patterns are consistent with what I have seen in hundreds of other relationships between western guys and Thai gals.  Actually, I would venture to say that these patterns would hold true anywhere in the world, but we are talking about Thailand here.  Specifically these are:

1) The guys who make the least money have the nicest gals

2) The guys who expect something in return from the gal have the healthiest relationships

In regard to the first conclusion, several possibilities come to mind when I ask myself why the guys with meager incomes nearly always have prettier and more loving partners.  I suppose the most obvious conclusion is to say that the guys with money are choosing gals who are mostly interested in money and therefore by nature are stuck with an inferior choice.  Also many are selecting women from naughty nightlife places and these tend to be women who are very selfish and lazy.  How ironic that the poor guys can’t afford the bargirls!  They are forced to look elsewhere and nearly always do much, much better.  I think there is another dynamic that comes into play here.  I have noticed that my rich friends spend a lot more time at work and therefore almost have to choose women from what I call “point and shoot” places.  Whatever the reasons may be behind this interesting phenomenon, all of us who are not blessed with great jobs that pay scandalous amounts of money should be pleased to know we very much in the game!

That leads us to my second conclusion.  The guys who expect their partner to be an active participant nearly always have happier and healthier relationships.  This is where men who take gals out of the bar almost always fail.  They pay all the bills, do all the work and expect nothing (but sex) in return.  I will use two of the couples to shed light on this:

Dan and Lek have been together 5 months.  Dan makes 20,000 euros a month as V.P of a major corporation.  He met Lek at a small beer bar in Pattaya and she now lives with him.  She seems sweet enough to me but she contributes absolutely NOTHING to the relationship, and to make matters even worse isn’t doing anything constructive with her time.  She sleeps 12 hours a day, and spends the rest of her time eating or watching television.  In spite of the fact that she has 24 hours a day of free time, he still PAYS A MAID to clean the apartment.  What a huge mistake. She has become extremely lazy, and it is obvious to all that she has very little respect for Dan. 

Larry and Pim have been together nearly 2 years.  He is self employed and makes a modest living.  Pim graduated from a university in Bangkok and works as a nurse at a nearby hospital. Trust me when I say her salary is meager as well.  They recently bought a small town home near the new airport and it is amazing what a gorgeous little place it is after Pim has decorated it.  Larry says that she wakes up an hour early everyday to cook breakfast for the two of them.  She also cleans the house herself and has started a small vegetable garden in the tiny backyard.  Larry tries to help out a little around the house, but it is difficult as Pim takes great pride in her home and in taking care of her man.  It is impossible to be around this lovely couple without seeing how much they are in love and the mutual respect they possess.

It would be easy to conclude that Lek is an ex-bargirl and therefore lazy and selfish.  Pim comes from a good family and was raised to be a traditional Thai lady.  I just don’t buy it!  Dan should insist that Lek clean the home and do something constructive with her time such as work or go to school.  She would then have more pride in herself, and much more respect for Dan.  Women just don’t respect you when you do everything for them and expect nothing in return! This is especially true of Thai women.

You guys out there party hard, enjoy all that Thailand has to offer and please never forget that life is to be lived to the fullest.

To all my readers please do have a wonderful holiday season and all the best for a happy, healthy and dazzling 2008!

Until next time.  Khun Nana

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Hilarious Chinese lovers' commercial, short and sharp.  And a short and sharp Tampon commercial.  Both very funny!  Click here

http://www.ClubElectricBlue.com

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Nana Plaza girls checking out the action below.

 

I don't seem to be getting it up as quickly as I used to.  I wonder if it has something to do with Global Warming.  I wonder (as Americans are wont to do) if I can sue somebody over it.

 

I brought a couple of Long Gun girls to the swimming pool of my apartment.  Right.  In my dreams.

 

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The show at Sheba's the other night was fine.  A friend thought there were only going to be three ladies on stage but I pointed over his head as one slid down onto the stage from a rope.  And of course Rawhide was swinging as usual.  Yep, this town has a lot going for it.  Where one lives is his business but it must be said: if you're not living in Thailand you may be a bit stupid.  And, finally, here is a shot of the irrepressible Khun A at Nana Plaza.  She is there during the day only so if you'd care to make her acquaintance you wouldn't want to sleep in too late. 

 

 

 

 

Carousing at the Londoner Pub, Bangkok

 

 

Here we have Khun Apple, the winner of the Grand Prize at the Veterans of Foreign War (VFW) party at the Tara Hotel.

 

 

“I have strong feelings about gun control. If there's a gun around, I want to be controlling it.” - Clint Eastwood

 

 

I was a very good boy this year and found these ladies under my (mango) tree. 

 

Did you read that great story in the press about the "South Pole Punch up"?  Two guys stationed at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station got into a fight and the broken jaw of the victim had to be treated elsewhere so he was taken by air emergency to New Zealand at a cost of US$85,000.  According to the New Zealand press, the brawl was over a woman.  Great stuff, guys, keep the party going!  And, anyway, there probably wasn't much else to fight about out there, like, "Hey!  That's my snowwoman!"  I don't think so. 

 

 

Better be good better be nice because if Santa ain't watchin' she is.  Let's see: if go go dancers and bargirls are Entertainment Providers, what would a dom be?  A Pain Provider?  No pain, no gain, I guess my Army basic training sergeant was right after all.

 

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Letters from Readers

 

Dear Dean, Vincent van Gogh was from Holland, not from France. 

Here follows an excerpt from your latest :  "...who was sitting outside the Van Gogh bar.  She gave me one of those Thai smiles - you know the type - the one that suggests that she is so happy and delighted to see me and the range of possibilities involving just the two of us is endless and blissful; if only I would stop for a drink.  So, of course, being of weak disposition in the face of a female Thai smile, I did stop for a drink or two.  If only these dead French artists could wake up and take a walk down soi 33 and see what great material they have to paint."

 

Shucks, ah did know that.  Sorry if I mixed it up or got Van Gogh confused but there are so many bars named after the French artists that I just used that as a generic or panegyric or whatever the word is.  But thanks for keeping me straight.   What I really don't know is how to pronounce the "Gogh" the way you Dutch folks can.  Something guttural I just can't quite do; kind of like the "ng" in Thai words like Ngoo for snake.

 

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Dear Sir,

 Muhammad Atif Ali paints a pretty picture of Iran which, unfortunately, differs markedly from reality.  Amnesty International has been pointing out human rights abuses in Iran for years. The threats of execution of men and women by stoning and the fact that Iran is the "last official executioner of children" are just two of many types of human rights violations in that country; a country whose unbalanced leader wants to "wipe Israel off the map."  Human rights abuses against the Baluchi minority continue unabated as does the government's jailing of students, journalists and others who dare protest, as does the government's campaign to restrict what people can wear and how they can wear it.  Publications are closed down and journalists jailed or threatened.  And don't even ask what would happen to a Muslim woman in Iran who would like to change religions.  Perhaps the Iranian ambassador will do his best to fight the many human rights abuses in Iran or to at least admit they exist.  No doubt when pigs learn to fly. (signed) Dean Barrett

 

To their credit, the Nation published this letter.  Except for the last sentence.  Shucks, I sure didn't mean any disrespect for Islam, now did I?

 

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Well Done!!   Dean, I saw your "proof of god's existence" on youtube - [ I am in phuket and off dial-up ] - You hit the nail on the head - I am alerting friends to the video... You creatively scored a direct hit on what sometimes seems a slippery subject.  I even passed it along to a writer friend who has a book coming out to mathematically disprove god's existence - his response was that he might have to re-think his work.  Ken

 

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Dean: Here are a few comments regarding your opinion on breast cancer versus prostate cancer.

Prostate cancer is a disease of the elderly.  It is not a visible cancer.  Very few men younger than 50 and nearly all men older than 80 have prostate cancer.  In most cases it is a slow cancer, although there are two cell types, with one being more aggressive that the other and most patients have both types. It takes 10 to 15 or more years to kill you in most cases.  In many countries men are not tested for prostate cancer since those governments feel the cost of treatment to keep a patient alive for another five to ten years when they are 75 or older, and are likely to die from some other affliction, is not worth the cost. In America a sick man with less than 5 years to live would not be treated for prostate cancer (actually his insurance company would not pay for it).   In summary the man is dying anyway, is past his most productive years, prostate cancer does not impact his “quality of life” very much so why cure him? 

Breast cancer is a disease of the relatively young female, often well before menopause. It can be a very rapid disease and spreads though the lymphatic system causing extreme pain. The cure, once it has spread, is radical surgery, well beyond what can be hidden by cosmetic surgery.  Breast cancer can strike when the woman is still capable of child birth and capable of 50 or more years of productivity (earning power).  So where would you put your money? On some old fart who has maybe 10 years of life or on a young woman with half her life before her.   

Jan Trevor

Jan, Thanks for your thoughtful remarks on the subject.  But as to Where would I put my money? I would like to see a bit more spent on saving my tackle even though I may be an "old fart"; one of those whom you seem to think can be discarded without much loss to society or much regret.   Also, no doctor can accurately predict that a "sick man" has "less than five years to live".   Unless you have a doctor who is much more accurate in long-range predictions than most.  And I'm sure you know that after skin cancer more American men die of prostate cancer than any other.  In people over 85, it is now quite certain that almost one in two will get some kind of Dementia, probably Alzheimer's, and medical professionals are working to find a cure or prevention.  Regardless of age.  So why is it that these people (a group which includes women, of course) are valuable enough for enormous budgets to be spent on finding a cure, but when it is only males who are "old farts" with prostate cancer you (and many women) suggest that these people can be written off.  Women never suggest that regarding a disease that affects women.  I see some blatant hypocrisy here.  In any case, the (American) National Prostate Cancer Coalition says this:   "AIDS research receives more than $2.5 billion in federal dollars.  Breast cancer research will receive about $870 million next year.  Compare that to $485 million for prostate cancer research.  The United States invests approximately $16,700 to find a cure for each life lost to prostate cancer; more than $21,800 for each life lost to breast cancer, and about $160,000 for each life lost to AIDS.  It's not that research for other diseases receives too much funding. Prostate cancer receives too little." (Their emphasis)   Would it bankrupt America to issue postage stamps for prostate cancer research as well?  In any case, thanks again for responding and let's hope some of these budgets actually start producing some cures.

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Hi Dean,  Last night, new year's eve, me and a group of expat friends ( 8 total ) went to the Mandarin club in Nana Plaza to finish the night.  A majority of the guys in this group are regular customers of the place and big spenders, leaving 15K+ bills regularly.

One of the guys disagreed on a 125 baht vodka bill, he paid it, everyone saw him pay it but one of the mamasans insisted that he didn't.   No big deal the night went on ( as usual quite a few bottles were opened and paid for ).

Except that when the 125 baht bill guy went to the bathroom he got assaulted by the "security service" dragged outside and badly beaten up, blood pouring all over the place and so on...  Lucky for him I was leaving the place with my Thai gf and we stopped the beating. (of course no explanation, no "pay now or we hit you")

So if you want to get beaten up for a small side bill you already have paid, I strongly recommend The  "mandarin club" in Nana  Plaza.  Is there anything legal to do now?  cheers, Jazz

 


Hi Jazz, I am no lawyer but this being Thailand I would say you have just about zero legal recourse in this situation.  If you have some pictures of the beating, etc., but even then I doubt the enormous effort to find justice in a society where rich kids in trouble just say "Do you know who my father is?" would pay off for you and your friend.  This Thai attitude in bar areas in quite common.  They ignore the money coming in that they will lose and the bad publicity and do stupid things, such as the mentality of the bartender in Angelwitch.  I also heard the chick running Big Dogs told a guy to get out who didn't like the music.  He and his friends were also big spenders there.  The only thing you can do is vote with your feet and your wallets and avoid any place that gives you a raw deal.  Getting involved with Thai police in nightlife scrapes is not usually a great idea.  All the best, Dean

 

 

 

 

Outlaw light bulbs and only outlaws will have light bulbs

Soi 33 is wrecking some nice houses.  Anybody know for what?  More massage parlors?  More bars?  More barber shops?  Another pub?

 

A very Happy New Year to all readers of this column.  And if you have bought any of my books may you have the best year of sex you ever had!  (If you haven't bought any of my books, then may it wither away.)

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Links You Might Enjoy

A video of a five-minute walk down Soi Cowboy.  Click here and then click "preview videos."

http://www.pbar.info/videos.html

 

Like to check out some bars in Thailand?  Try

http://www.bangkokbarfun.com.

Like to know what music is playing where in Bangkok each week?  Try http://www.bangkokgigguide.com.

Like to know more in depth about what music is playing where in Bangkok each week?  Try this great site:

http://www.bangkokjungle.com.

 

Tired of shoveling snow?  Check out Bangkok's sunshine.

 

Bangkok's weather report.

 

 

 

A great site for listening to Thai Morlan music and other folk music of Southeast Asia.

 

www.monsoon-country.org

 

 

 

A bit of black leather never hurts.  But she does.

 

Our Lady in Black

 

 

 

Like to learn a bit about retiring in Asia?

 

http://www.retiredexpat.com

 

 

 

Maps of all the provinces of Thailand

 

http://www.thailand-guide.org/maps/index.htm

 

 

Listen to RadioBangkok.net

 

mms://wma.radiobangkok.net/bangkok32?MSWMExt=.asf

 

 

 

 

Contact Direct Line for Travel Insurance in the UK

 

 

 

Links You Might Not Enjoy

T-Shirt Hell: for lovers of very black humor only. 

http://www.tshirthell.com.

 

Politically incorrect rants and raves from Uncle Fred.

http://www.fredoneverything.net

 

Girlfriends looking for Taliban boyfriends.

Taliban Singles Dating Page

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So enter and win 2,500 baht in food and drink vouchers, second prize is a "I Support Single Moms" T-shirt, courtesy of Peter, PJ and Jason, third prize the usual Nada diddly-squat. As for last column's contest it was of course the famed Sheba's bar, Soi Cowboy.   Last column's picture of a go go dancer was easy but only two people got it.  It was of Noy dancing on Patpong who played the bargirl role in the movie Deer Hunter.  I had run her picture and background not only in a past column, and not only in the photobook, Thailand: Land of Beautiful Women, but also in the photobook, The Girls of Thailand.  Also, the clue was in the paragraph about the Lone Star where I mentioned Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer might want to be careful showing up more than one customer was a deer hunter.

This column's prize is worth 2,500 baht in food and drink vouchers.  Just be the first to tell me where the picture at right was taken. 

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That's all for this fortnightly column.  Drop by again.  Explore the rest of the website.  Meanwhile, as the girls used to tell me during the 1960's: "I no lie you, GI, I love you long time; you number one!"  And, remember: nothing says goodbye like a bullet.  And the more people I meet the more bullets I need.

Dean Barrett can be flamed at: deanbarr@loxinfo.co.th

 

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More News on the "Religion of Peace"

 

Should you allow Muslim doctors into your country?  Why not, you say?  Well, in Britain some Muslim physicians refuse to treat female patients unless their heads are covered and the British Medical Association reported that some of its Muslim physicians refused to treat cirrhosis of the liver or any alcohol-related disease.  So should you need a swab of menthol alcohol to disinfect your open wound, and your doctor is Muslim, forget it.  Nor will they treat you if you are an alcoholic.  Someday people might finally wake up to the dangers of Muslims among them and realize that it is not extremist nor “Islamophobic” to sound such warnings.  No doubt by then it will be too late; there will be so many areas where Muslims control the vote through sheer numbers (happening already) that sensible legislation cannot be passed.

 

If you go to Youtube.com and type in "Islam" you will see several videos of Western women who converted to Islam.  Considering the horrible way Islam treats women, a woman converting to Islam is like a black person wanting to join the Ku Klux Klan.  But many of these women are obviously bimbos and space cadets who will no doubt learn the hard way.

 

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The "Religion of Peace" continues to visit Southern Thailand

 

 

12/21/2007 (Yala, Thailand) - A 47-year-old man is shot dead outside a mosque by Muslim radicals.

12/19/2007 Thailand Narathiwat  Islamic gunmen on motorcycles brutally assault a car carrying bank employees, killing three.

12/19/2007 Thailand Pattani   A 42-year-old man is shot to death by militant Muslims.

12/18/2007 Thailand Yala   Four local guards are shot to death by Muslim radicals, who then behead one of the bodies.

12/24/2007 (Yala, Thailand) - Two Buddhists are murdered in a drive-by attack by Islamic radicals.

12/24/2007 (Yala, Thailand) - A 58-year-old villager is shot to death by militant Muslims.

12/26/2007 Thailand Pattani  Islamic terrorists use children in a school as human shields to ambush a group of local soldiers, killing three.

12/28/2007 (Narathiwat, Thailand) - A local cop is gunned down by religious extremists.

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Hi Dean,  I picked this up from the German media. Its a real life scene from Afghanistan whereas the guy is allegedly 40 years old but the bride a tender 11!!  Where are the liberal feminazis now? Are they demonstrating and throwing stones in Muslim storekeepers windows? No, they probably say it's cute because its their culture and custom.  Makes your blood boil, doesn't it?  Regards   Alfons

 

Alfons, the hypocrisy of the feminazis is second only to that of Muslim fanatics.  Feminazis are too busy attacking white heterosexual males and babbling about "empowerment" to tackle real issues.

 

 

The Religion of Peace honors Women

 

 

"Fight those who do not believe in Allah, ... nor follow the religion of truth... until they pay the tax in acknowledgment of superiority and they are in a state of subjection."   Qur'an, Sura 9:29

 

 

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