drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
drieuxster
drieuxster

We SOOO Gotta Get Us Some...

Dudes, Check THIS OUT:
A Swiss man convicted of lèse-majesté for vandalizing images of Thailand's king and queen was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Thursday, the first time in many years that a foreigner has faced jail for the crime.

Oliver Jufer, 57, a resident of Thailand for the past decade, pleaded guilty to spray-painting portraits of King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit last Dec. 5, the king's birthday. Jufer could have received up to 75 years in prison, but the judge, Phitsanu Tanbukalee, said he decided on a reduced sentence because Jufer had confessed.

[ cf Swiss man jailed for 10 years for defacing Thai king's image ]
And since we are Americans who have a God Head heading our Government, because of the Divinity of Dubya, we could extend the problem of Lese Majeste to include the whole Apostate Kaffir Krisis Of Our KulturKampf, and thus anyone who is unable/unwilling to offer their Due Devotion To The Divine, can be detained by the state Kommisariate Of State Piety Protection!!!

yeah, that's the Ticket...

Boy is that going to Cut down on the Atheists who do not believe in the Divinity of Dubya...

Even MORE so since this is going to take effect in the middle of the Current Most Holiest Of Holy Crusades.
Tags: bong_hitz_4_jesus, religion, war
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