Wednesday, November 29, 2017

A Picture Tells A Thousand Words

This is the one that will do her in.





Golriz and Gorilla

13 comments:

Seigneur Bacon et Oeuf said...

It sure is.

Noel said...

Bit late Adolf someone posted yesterday on Dodgers or was it Veterans.
http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO1711/S00326/implied-criticism-of-defence-lawyers-unacceptable.htm

Anonymous said...

Phil Quin (@philquin)

Here’s @golrizghahraman posing with Simon Bikindi who, despite her best efforts, was convicted of inciting genocide. He wrote and performed popular songs urging Hutu to slaughter Tutsi. #Rwanda pic.twitter.com/LcGYAqL3qL

Two years ago The President of South Africa and most of his cabinet performed an old ZULU song and dance called "Kill the Boer". A few double standards at work here.

Lord Egbut

Psycho Milt said...

So, any of you still maintaining the pretence that you understand how human rights involve making sure accused war criminals are properly tried? Because this post says the exact opposite.

Anonymous said...

I'm still trying to get a read on her body language in this picture.

Obviously there is her beaming, somewhat abashed smile - somewhat reminiscent of a cross between a shy fan getting a photo with her favourite rock star.

Then there is the closeness to her client - their bodies appear to be touching - definitely no professional distance between them.

I then see her hands clasped together in front of her and slouching shoulders- appears to show a lack of formality - she appears to be very comfortable in the close presence of her client.

You can argue about body language and what it means - I believe the total impression from this photo is a total lack of professionalism. Not a good look.

Jimmie

Anonymous said...

Surely a a hanging offence....get real Jimmie. We know nothing about the circumstances. Who was the photographer? was it an old acquaintance, a work colleague maybe lover maybe close friend???? I see a nervous young woman about to to dip her toes into international affairs for the first time....more guts than I have.

Lord Egbut

Anonymous said...

Perhaps someone would like to start a thread on "Speargun". That is important not this nonsense.

Snowflake said...

Spare us Jimmie, there’s a good chap. I know you’re terribly upset about Bill and Steven and the gang flailing about in opposition, but get over it son. As for the issue, this is a weak attempt at a smear. The right’s position is that working as defence counsel is equal to an atrocity, but working in PR for a cigarette company to try to get children addicted to nicotine is just the ticket for becoming a Tory MP. Good to know.

Anonymous said...

I remember Capt Eric Brown talking about meeting Goering after WW2 (Brown was a fluent German speaker and a superb pilot). They had a chat in Goering's prison cell and at the end of it Brown needed to conclude the "interview" and he did so by using an old fighter pilot phrase because, having a few brains and a dash of commonsense, he knew a handshake would be unacceptable. That level of wisdom distinguishes the intelligent from the stupid. This woman clearly has little wisdom and intelligence. That photo is a marathon too far and goes beyond "just doing my job".

3:16

Snowflake said...

Being photographed goes beyond doing one’s job? Wow, what colour is the sky on your planet guy?

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

The sky is not on the planet, dumbarse. It's above the planet.

Snowflake said...

Great, great retort. What a zinger! Oh well-played! You win, Adolf, this “scandal” will now bring down the government, all thanks to your unadulterated rhetorical genius. Wow. No, seriously, you’re clearly a love child of Cyrano de Bergerac and Dorothy Parker who was abandoned in a forest and raised by extraordinarily articulate and well-educated wolves. That’s the only possible explanation for you. Keep up the fine work.

David said...

So Adolf, tell me, why can't the Earth's sky be seen from the International Space Station?