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YO SON!!! GUESS WHAT!?!!?!?!?!

Posted in Uncategorized on January 3, 2009 by EyanJ

new tomwars addy. fucka rent, we bought the house bitches! HOLLEEEEEEEEEEEEER


Uncle Ruckus gets the holiday spirit (McGruder, you’re a genius)

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on December 22, 2008 by tomwars

King Kong don’t have shit on them: Pharmaceutical Companies

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on December 12, 2008 by tomwars

Pharmaceutical companies are worse than Cocaine and Heroine cartels.

A few years back, a friend of mine told me about this disease called African Sleeping Sickness that affects up to 500,000 or so people per year, and kills roughly 50,000. It’s a parasitic disease carried by the Tsetse fly in sub-Saharan Africa. It can be violent as shit since it affects the central nervous system and eventually drives the person crazy. My friend is a virologist and does extensive work on parasites and such as well through the University of Pennsylvania. When telling me the story about African Sleeping Sickness, she told me there’s a cure for it called Eflornithine.

Eflornithine was discovered in the early 90s. It’s been called a wonder drug for sleeping sickness as it revives late stage comatosed sleeping sickness patients. When the parasitic protozoa enters the brain and spinal cord, Eflornithine chases it down and kicks its ass. From the early 90s, until the turn of the millennium, it was known that Eflornithine was a miracle drug for Sleeping Sickness. Yet, pharmaceutical companies almost let the stock run completely dry because it didn’t cure anything they could make money off.

Eflornithine is very expensive to make. It was initially marketed as a cancer treatment; unsuccessfully. If it could’ve been used for cancer, obviously it would have been a huge money maker for whoever mass produced it. The question then begged, how the hell could people make money off it?

Bristol-Myers Squibb and Gillette use Eflornithine in a facial hair removal cream that retails for up to $60. Aventis, the patent holder, donated a small amount to African countries, but small amount is the key word. Eflornithine was kept under wraps for cosmetic purposes, because that’s the only way these rich fucks could make money from it.

So in sum, removing hair from a woman’s lip in NYC and Paris is more important than curing poor Africans.

I wonder if things would’ve been different if it was called British Sleeping Sickness or American Sleeping Sickness.

You’ve Been Warned!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 9, 2008 by EyanJ

Tom Wars Autotune Compilation Album coming soon. Make your requests here or forever hold your peace.

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PS- I’m serious, too. Let us know if you want to get down on a couple tracks.

March of the Hood-Rats

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on November 25, 2008 by tomwars

Illiterate and ignorant rapper Plies auditioned a line of women for his “reality” TV show.  Below is excerpts from the audition video.  This film is rated R for strong language, partial nudity, and extreme niggadry.

The Devil Knows It’s Role

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on November 18, 2008 by tomwars

Rumsfeld and a mountain of misery


Frederick Douglass, the renowned abolitionist, began life as a slave on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. When his owner had trouble with the young, unruly slave, Douglass was sent to Edward Covey, a notorious “slave breaker.” Covey’s plantation, where physical and psychological torture were standard, was called Mount Misery. Douglass eventually fought back, escaped to the North and went on to change the world. Today Mount Misery is owned by Donald Rumsfeld, the outgoing secretary of defense.

It is ironic that this notorious plantation run by a practiced torturer would now be owned by Rumsfeld, himself accused as the man principally responsible for the U.S. military’s program of torture and detention.

Rumsfeld was recently named along with 11 other high-ranking U.S. officials in a criminal complaint filed in Germany by the New York-based Center for Constitutional Rights. The center is requesting that the German government conduct an investigation and ultimately a criminal prosecution of Rumsfeld and company. CCR President Michael Ratner says U.S. policy authorizing “harsh interrogation techniques” is in fact a torture program that Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld authorized himself, passed down through the chain of command and was implemented by one of the other defendants, Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Miller.

The complaint represents victims of torture at Abu Ghraib prison and the U.S. prison at Guantanamo. Says Ratner, “I think it is important to make it very clear that CCR’s suit is not just saying Rumsfeld is a war criminal because he tops the chain of command, but that he personally played a central role in one of the worst interrogations at Gitmo.”

Ratner is referring to Saudi citizen Mohammed al-Qahtani. An internal military report as well as leaked interrogation logs show how the Guantanamo prisoner was systematically tortured.

His attorney, CCR’s Gita Gutierrez, described his ordeal on my TV/radio news hour Democracy Now!: “He was subjected to approximately 160 days of isolation, 48 days of sleep deprivation, which was accompanied by 20 hourlong interrogations consecutively. During that period of time, he was also subjected to sexual humiliation, euphemistically called ‘invasion of space by a female’ at times when MPs would hold him down on the floor and female interrogators would straddle him and molest him.”

Gutierrez added, “At one point in Guantanamo, his heart rate dropped so low that he was at risk of dying and was rushed to the military hospital there and revived, then sent back to interrogations the following day and was actually interrogated in the ambulance on the way back to his cell.”

The complaint follows one filed in 2004, which was dismissed. The 2006 complaint differs principally with Rumsfeld’s departure as secretary of defense. Without the immunity of government office shielding him, Rumsfeld now falls under the jurisdiction of the German courts. Germany is among several nations that employ the concept of universal jurisdiction, which states that crimes against humanity or war crimes can be prosecuted by a state (such as Germany) regardless of the jurisdiction where the crimes were committed or the nationality of the accused. If an indictment follows, then Rumsfeld will have to be very careful when traveling abroad, as are former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet and former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.

Torture is a noxious, heinous practice and should not be tolerated. Slavery was once legal and tolerated in the U.S. (it is still practiced in some parts of the world). But people fought back, organized and formed the abolition movement. Pioneering legal and human-rights organizations, such as CCR, aggressively and creatively are working to stop torture, and to hold the torturers and their superiors accountable. Ultimately, it will be the U.S. populace — not the German courts, not the U.S. Congress — that stops the U.S. torture program. Frederick Douglass summed it up most eloquently — in 1849:

“If there is no struggle there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground. They want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.”

The owner of Mount Misery should take heed.

Amy Goodman hosts the radio news program “Democracy Now!” Distributed by King Features Syndicate.

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Posted in Uncategorized on November 13, 2008 by tomwars