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William

Birmingham, AL

#42 Sep 10, 2013
"Nothing has changed in Afghanistan or Iraq in spite of the sacrifice of thousands of Americans and waste of billions of dollars except there are far fewer Christians in those countries. Libya is in chaos. I shudder to think what muslims have in store for us tomorrow."

We've emptied Afghanistan of what we came to get. Titanium and key minerals that we can't get elsewhere. Everyone thought the invasion was in retaliation for 9-11 though.

Libya will settle down soon, and with enough payola, BP and Exxon will be back in business there.

What Muslims have in store for us next? That's an easy one: they will set off a nuke in a western country. Probably some off-the-beaten-path city in the US. A port like Galveston or Mobile would do the trick.

It's coming. Book it.
William

Birmingham, AL

#43 Sep 10, 2013
"Question- who stands to profit from bombing Syria? Follow the money and you find the answers."

I have been trying to puzzle this one out based on what I know and from buddies "in the business" that I still keep in touch with.

So far, three options:

1. It's a message to Russia and Iran regarding getting too cozy with one another. Russia has significant infrastructure investments in Syria and Iran, and those things will be targeted. Then, after regime change favorable to the US, we go in and rebuild the infrastructure. This is how Haliburton works.

2. Oil pipeline across Iraq to a Mediterranean port in Syria. I am not really a fan of this conspiracy theory because the pipeline can go across Jordan and Israel to a allied port. The ports in Syria are under Syrian and Russian control. We can also go north and across Turkey to accomplish the same thing.

3. Somebody made the US Israel lobby really, really mad.

4. Raytheon gave a sheet-load of money to Obama. Raytheon makes cruise missiles, btw.

It's not about dead children. Sorry.
William

Birmingham, AL

#44 Sep 10, 2013
Meant "four options" not three.
Joey N

Axton, VA

#45 Sep 10, 2013
William wrote:
What Muslims have in store for us next? That's an easy one: they will set off a nuke in a western country. Probably some off-the-beaten-path city in the US. A port like Galveston or Mobile would do the trick.
It's coming. Book it.
Youre paranoid. You are making claims like this without any substance at all.
Joey N

Axton, VA

#46 Sep 10, 2013
William wrote:
What Muslims have in store for us next? That's an easy one: they will set off a nuke in a western country. Probably some off-the-beaten-path city in the US. A port like Galveston or Mobile would do the trick.
It's coming. Book it.
You prob now have plp watching you since making such a statement.

Since: Jun 11

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#47 Sep 10, 2013
William wrote:
"Nothing has changed in Afghanistan or Iraq in spite of the sacrifice of thousands of Americans and waste of billions of dollars except there are far fewer Christians in those countries. Libya is in chaos. I shudder to think what muslims have in store for us tomorrow."
We've emptied Afghanistan of what we came to get. Titanium and key minerals that we can't get elsewhere. Everyone thought the invasion was in retaliation for 9-11 though.
Libya will settle down soon, and with enough payola, BP and Exxon will be back in business there.
What Muslims have in store for us next? That's an easy one: they will set off a nuke in a western country. Probably some off-the-beaten-path city in the US. A port like Galveston or Mobile would do the trick.
It's coming. Book it.
I will of course defer to your expertise concerning A and I. From my perch I still see muslims killing muslims (a good thing), Christians being slaughtered or forcibly converted and terrorism being exported on a grand scale.
William

Talladega, AL

#48 Sep 10, 2013
Joey N wrote:
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Youre paranoid. You are making claims like this without any substance at all.
No, I'm really not. Got a little experience dealing with these people.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#49 Sep 10, 2013
Joey N wrote:
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Youre paranoid. You are making claims like this without any substance at all.
Obviously you don't know who you're talking to.
William

Talladega, AL

#50 Sep 10, 2013
Joey N wrote:
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You prob now have plp watching you since making such a statement.
Not telling anything that isn't already well known.
Joey N

Axton, VA

#51 Sep 10, 2013
MarkEden wrote:
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Obviously you don't know who you're talking to.
And you know, do you.
William

Talladega, AL

#52 Sep 10, 2013
MarkEden wrote:
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I will of course defer to your expertise concerning A and I. From my perch I still see muslims killing muslims (a good thing), Christians being slaughtered or forcibly converted and terrorism being exported on a grand scale.
It's a small percentage of Muslims that are doing this. Unfortunately, it is ones with gobs of money.

Allah has blessed them and they must spend it wisely.
Caleb

United States

#53 Sep 10, 2013
MarkEden wrote:
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Obviously you don't know who you're talking to.
I have read of his tours in war. That doesn't give him an eagles eye on anything. We all can read stuff abd draw the same conclusions.
William

Talladega, AL

#54 Sep 10, 2013
Caleb wrote:
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I have read of his tours in war. That doesn't give him an eagles eye on anything. We all can read stuff abd draw the same conclusions.
Feel free to. And you will eventually come to same conclusion about it.

These weapons are easy to make with the right people writing checks for you. And there are plenty of tech people that can be hired to build it. Russians and Pakistanis, mostly. Money does strange things to people.
William

Talladega, AL

#55 Sep 10, 2013
The use of a nuke has strategic consequences far removed from actually setting it off in a war.

The two we dropped on Japan changed the entire nature of geo-politics forever. It signaled a completely new dynamic in relations between both allies and adversaries.

Nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons are really not very useful in an actual battle situation. They cannot be really controlled in terms of damage and fallout. The side that uses them then opens themselves up to a myriad of consequences that cannot be planned for.

Which makes the use of them by a terrorist all the more appealling. Chaos is the end-game, not winning.
Joey N

Axton, VA

#56 Sep 10, 2013
Caleb, maybe they are reading too much John Hagee. Like Caleb said who can’t see this. We always are running to Israel’ side as if they are the right choice, give me a break. We pound and ground on people from other Countries while looking right past Israel. Yeah, we are a “godly” nation of “Christians”, and that makes us a target, also.
William

Talladega, AL

#57 Sep 10, 2013
Israel is just as bad as the Muslims. All of this "stand for Israel" b.s. is just a cash-grab by Jews to fleece evangelical Christians of their money.

John Hagee even gets a cut of that action.
Joey N

Axton, VA

#58 Sep 10, 2013
I am with you on that. Our “standing for Israel” has just made things worse. My beef with Hagee and others like him is they are pushing things the direction you said while they pack their pockets full of cash all in the name of Christianity.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#59 Sep 10, 2013
William wrote:
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It's a small percentage of Muslims that are doing this. Unfortunately, it is ones with gobs of money.
Allah has blessed them and they must spend it wisely.
I don't buy this small percentage or religion of peace crap. islam is an evil, dark force on this earth and has been since its founding. The West has come perilously close to being over run in past centuries and Europe, particularly France and England, are on the brink again. For certain, Western Civilization cannot depend on the Catholic Church to stop the muslim conquest this time nor can we depend on our own government which seems happy to have a mosque on every corner and is even building mosques in Afghanistan.
William

Birmingham, AL

#60 Sep 10, 2013
"I don't buy this small percentage or religion of peace crap."

It is most certainly not the "religion of peace." I'm not sure what is. A Christian nation dropped two nukes on Japan and killed a whole bunch of civilians for essentially nothing, other than to tell Japan that the third one might get dropped on the Emporer's head in Tokyo. That is Real Fear.

It is a small percentage of Muslims who actually have the means and method to do bad things to us, is what I meant. They already have the motive. The 1% of haves vs. the 99% of the have-nots. Most every Muslim that I met that wasn't military was dirt-ass poor and could basically give a rip about anything other than staying alive and getting their next meal. It's only when a well-funded Cleric comes along with some oil money and some firebrand rhetoric do they get worked up, and then it is usually against a rival Muslim group.

They can't organize. If they could, we would be in real trouble. Nassar and Saddam found this truism about Muslims out the hard way.
William

Birmingham, AL

#61 Sep 10, 2013
http://www.inplainsite.org/html/tele-evangeli...

Love that site. Exposing Tee-Vee Evangelists and their ilk for what they are. Johnny Robertson is small potatoes.

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