The Road Of Kings - None of the Living Remain - Grim To The Brim (CDr)

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June 16, Retrieved April 5, Roger Miller. I feel that the film may well deserve the acclaim it gets purely on the basis of the bravery that it cast and direction have shown in making it- their freedoms and possibly their careers may be impinged upon as a result. This fact was well illustrated in the recent incident that I feel brings the reality of Guantanamo and the War on Terror closer to home. It was documented that the cast, returning to Luton having picked up the Silver Bear Award at the Berlin Film Festival, were taken aside and questioned by police.

In a haunting piece of irony, the mini-detention at Luton airport served as a mirror of Guantanamo. The actors were racially insulted a policewoman telling one actor-"I'll get my male colleague to handle you- you Muslims don't like dealing with women do you?

Such occurrences are now commonplace in the life of the Tipton Three. Will it be the same for the actors who had the courage to play them? This is the reality of the dictatorship that we live under today. George Bush and his neocons have completely discarded the rule of law and are engaging in torture to pursue their evil ends. This documentary shows what can happen not only to three Brits who were traveling to a wedding, but to anyone who lives in America under the present circumstances. The military, who are not to blame as they were just ignorant rednecks following orders, are made to be cartoon characters.

The "interregators" are just like police everywhere, they lie and deceive just to get someone to confess. The fact that they have been unable to get a confession shows just how ridiculous they are. Bellieve me, I would have confessed to buggery under those conditions.

Once we remove Bush from office in another days, then Guantanamo should be closed and leveled to the ground so that not one stone sits atop another. It is too much to hope that Bush and his cohorts in crime would ever be borough to trial and punished as the war criminals they are for this sad chapter in our history.

Chris Knipp 25 June Perhaps prisoners have gone through the prison, perhaps odd have been released. In this dramatization, transcripts and interviews recounted the "Gitmo" experiences of Jamal al-Harith, Bisher al-Rawi, Moazzam Begg and Ruhel Ahmed and much time was devoted to their spoken narratives.

In the background on stage could be seen the cages and orange-clad men of the prison, largely as tableaux. There was also an emphasis on British capitulation to US policies that violated British law. Voices of politicians Jack Straw, Donald Rumsfeld , lawyers for the prisoners, and the chief legal officer of England, Lord Justice Styne, in a stunning rebuke, are also heard.

But mainly, from transcripts of interviews and letters, what you get is a picture of the four prisoners and their families, the absurdity of the circumstances of their seizure, and their various individual responses from irony to despair and near-madness. Now, a couple years later, again from British sources, there is "The Road to Guantanamo," a vivid pseudo-documentary based on the experiences of the "Tipton Three," Ruhel Ahmed, Asif Iqbal and Shafiq Rasul, twenty-year-olds of Pakistani and Bengali background from a predominantly poor area in the West Midlands; they originally were four, boyhood pals who went to Pakistan together because one of them was exploring the possibility of an arranged marriage with a girl there set up by his family.

To hear them tell it, the whole trip was a kind of lark, but also an opportunity to explore roots and reconnect with relatives. They're a bit rough, these boys, though perhaps not atypical for a part of England said to "have no middle class. They're all four Muslims and when they arrive in Pakistan they stay at a mosque, because it's cheaper than a hotel. The US is about to start bombing Afghanistan and a firebrand imam inspires the boys to go to Afghanistan to help the Afghans.

They don't seem to grasp that they're heading directly into grave danger. This is the part viewers and reviewers tend to question. Were the boys being stupid or is their description disingenuous? We don't know and unlike the Tricycle stage play Honor Bound, the film doesn't cleave closely to actual testimony. Where it excels beyond anything you've ever seen is as a Rough Guide to bumbling into a war zone.

It's believable that wild boys on an adventure would want to explore the next country. They think they may be able to deal with the language and they've heard the naan bread loaves are huge. So they plunge in. And it all goes terribly wrong. Michael Winterbottom and co-director Mat Whitecross have shot this story on location with intense vividness. Afghanistan in and is madness, chaos, and war. This is in-your-face film-making of a peculiarly intense kind.

Although the play is more thoughtful and provides more perspective, Winterbottom's intense, gutsy agitprop is far more powerful.

Its second half really just brings to life and adds detail to what we already know: the head masks, the chains, the suits, the outdoor cages, and the rest; the interrogators who hammer over and over to the boys "You're Al Qaeda!

Finally the Tipton boys are called "The Three Kings" and given special treatment when, somewhat inexplicably, they've been cleared. At this point much of the world protests this treatment of untried and un-accused prisoners that has now persisted for five years. With hunger strikes and attempted suicides and in the recent wake of three successful coordinated suicides of prisoners, some of America's closest allies are calling for "Gitmo" to be shut down, and even Bush has said he wants to.

Winterbottom's pseudo-documentary, skillfully interspersed with actual documentary footage, is based on information provided by the three surviving Tipton Three. No one to my knowledge has been released back to the US or if anyone has, he hasn't spoken up. We need both. The play seems a little namby-pamby now. The movie seems careless. Together, though, they give you some kind of truth.

The Road To Guantanamo a film which was screened on Channel 4 last night is a harrowing tale of injustice committed by the American Government under the guise of the war on terror. Three innocent men, actually four to begin with ,childhood friends all British, 3 of Pakistani origin and one Bangladeshi not Arab as described by IronicFilmReference review set off to Pakistan for a holiday and to attend the wedding of one of the 4 men.

With time on their hands before the wedding, stupidly they decide to go to Afghanistan to help with the relief effort at a time when the US is gearing up for an invasion. When they realise the gravity of the situation in Afghanistan, they try to get back to Pakistan, instead they get taken deeper into the combat zone and there the 4 men from Tipton, became the Tipton 3 as one of their Friends Monir gets separated and is never seen again.

Taken into custody by The US forces after surviving near starvation for a month at the hands of the Northern Alliance what should of been the end of their ordeal turns out to be just the beginning. What emerges next through interviews with the men and re-enactment of events is a tale of unbelievable treatment of the three men and incompetence at the hands of the US authorities.

Routine humiliation and torture both physical and psychological in Afghanistan before they are sent to Guantanamo Bay, where they some how endure the same regime for a further 2 years. Whatever else you do in , watching this film should be at the top of your list.

Clean cut, sharp and poignant, this is a documentary of those the British press named the "Tipton Three". Three young Englishmen tell their story of a wedding trip to Pakistan and an unplanned journey into Afghanistan.

Victims of circumstance, their tale leads to incarceration in Guantanamo Bay and the apparently shocking treatment that ensued. Whilst the story is told purely from the perspective of the detainees, there is never any point at which you really doubt the content of the film.

In no way does the portrayal of events seem exaggerated or biased so as to evoke a stronger reaction from the audience. In parts sequences seem almost void of emotion in terms of their description, and surprisingly, the effect is to make it even more hard hitting. Not overcooking the trauma means what can only be assumed as a factual depiction of horrifying circumstances comes across quite superbly.

I wouldn't expect anything more from you.. And I'm sure it won't be long before you take both sides as you typically do.. As the simple truth becomes more undeniable.

You're the first amillennialist I have ever met who denies the literal thousand year kingdom on earth and at the same time believes that his kingdom is coming to earth. LOL Any other amillennialists out there who are as confused as ebedmelech? Mar 4, 8. There can be no doubt that the rulers of the darkness of this world want nothing more than to wipe Israel off the map..

And many professing believers couldn't agree more with them. Just a simple matter of who people listen to. Mar 4, 9. Things like this.. Here's the simple question for ebedmelech who is amillennial.. Which means that he denies the future millennial kingdom on earth and believes that this present evil world already is the kingdom of God on earth. That is simply what amillennialism believes.

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Fairy tale: King Thrushbeard - Grimm. A King had a daughter who was beautiful beyond all measure, but so proud and haughty withal that no suitor was good enough for her. She sent away one after the other, and ridiculed them as well. Once the King made a great feast and invited thereto, from far and near, all the young men likely to marry.

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  1. The Road of Kings by None of the Living Remain, released 18 February Gleaming shell of an outworn lie; fable of Right divine- You gained your crowns by heritage, but Blood was the price of mine. The throne that I won by blood and sweat, by Crom, I will not sell For promise of valleys filled with gold, or threat of the Halls of Hell!
  2. Grim to the Brim None of the Living Remain. Type: Full-length Release date: February 18th, The Road of Kings Show lyrics (loading lyrics) Band members; Kurt Karcass: Bass, Vocals (lead) Stix of Fury: Drums: Razor Guitars, Vocals: Padre: Guitars, Vocals: Add; There are no reviews for Grim to the Brim yet. You.
  3. None of the Living Remain Crust punk band from southern CA. highly influenced by horror movies/literature, all punk genres, extreme metal genres and fueled by an unmeasurable amount of hatred for society. Grim To The Brim, released 18 February 1. Splatterpunk 2. Grim To The Brim 3. Night of the Living Reefer 4. The Pain of Being Dead 5.
  4. The Road of Kings is a fantasy novel by Karl Edward Wagner, featuring Robert E. Howard's sword and sorcery hero Conan the was first published in paperback by Bantam Books in October Later paperback editions were issued by Ace Books () and Tor Books The first trade paperback edition was published by Warner Books in The first British edition was published by Author: Karl Edward Wagner.
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  6. King Frederick Renard was the father of Sean and Eric Renard, and the uncle of Viktor von Konigsburg. He first appeared in "Nobody Knows the Trubel I've Seen". He surprised Viktor at the Kronenberg Castle and not-so-subtly pointed out that he was not that close to finding out who killed his son, Eric Renard, nor close to finding the child. He asked Viktor if it was known which of his sons was.
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  8. King of the Road (Roger Miller) Trailers for sale or rent, Rooms to let-- fifty cents No phone, no pool, no pets Ain't got no cigarettes, Ah, but two hours of pushing broom Buys an eight by twelve four-bed room I'm a man of means, by no means King of the road. Third boxcar, midnight train Destination, Bangor Maine. Old worn-out suit and shoes.

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