So sehe ich das auch.
So sehe ich das auch.
Danke für dieses Bild.
Wenn die Piraten 2% erreichen. Ich musste so unglaublich laut lachen :D
Muslims In Libya Condemn Violence, Apologize To Americans
#of course the news won’t show this #no they’ll just keep stating over and over that the US is sending two warships to the area #because that is more important than showing Americans that not all Muslims are evil like they already believe#because that would be asking too much of the media
this is really how feminism works though.
Wenn das nur mehr erklärte Feministen wüssten….
Ich nehme hinterfragt.
Den Spieß umdrehen!
— Article in a North Korean newspaper (quoted here) in response to South Korea declaring September as “North Korean Human Rights Month.” Meanwhile, here are some translated drawings by a North Korean prison camp survivor and defector (source):
Article in a North Korean newspaper (quoted here) in response to South Korea declaring September as “North Korean Human Rights Month.”
Meanwhile, here are some translated drawings by a North Korean prison camp survivor and defector (source):
The website of a Moscow court that convicted three members of punk band Pussy Riot to two years in jail each for belting out a profanity-laced anti-Kremlin song inside a cathedral was hacked on Tuesday.
A slogan denouncing President Vladimir Putin was posted on the site as was an appeal for the trio’s release along with a video clip of one of the band’s latest anti-Putin songs and a clip by Bulgarian singer Azis, local media reported.
The hack attack - claimed by AnonymousRussia, which says it is affiliated with hacking activist group Anonymous - comes amid a chorus of criticism of the sentences, which Western governments and singers said were disproportionate and opponents of Putin called part of a crackdown on dissent.
A screenshot posted by opposition activist Ilya Yashin on Twitter showed the court’s web page topped by an inscription reading: “Putin’s thieving gang is plundering our country! Wake up, comrades!”
Another caption called for the release of the band’s jailed members - Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, 22, Marina Alyokhina, 24, and Yekaterina Samutsevich, 30.
The site of Moscow’s Khamovniki district court hamovnichesky.msk.sudrf.ru/ was operating normally by noon (0800 GMT) but its hacked version was on display for several hours on Tuesday morning.
Darya Lyakh, a spokeswoman for the court, said a department of the Supreme Court had asked federal investigators to look into the hacking attack.