'The War Is Not Over'

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WASHINGTON - President Bush led the nation on Monday in marking the fifth anniversary of the Sept.
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John_Pa

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Jan 25, 2013
 
Who in the world is giving Egypt F-16s

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Jan 25, 2013
 
Congi and their Reps...

Seems a lot of em have white hair if you take a look when it is shown on the TV...

Like the old Judges wearing wigs...

Wonder if they have toupes topes you know fake fibers on their heads...

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Jan 25, 2013
 
Wait what if there were to be another civil up-roar who would one even fight with along-side?

I am going to find must one an enemy?

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Jan 25, 2013
 
One weird trick for sleeping I am not going to read the ad but dreaming always helps

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Jan 25, 2013
 
Hey Brit is turning into a WOMAN....

Been where one has been hey To a Libra no one gives a shit is what I am reading...

well then for a day to where are you at?

Out and about good take one a walk for a while...

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Jan 25, 2013
 
I think The Libra's horoscope is fecked somewhat what did you do a minute ago, did you light a smoke oh well now youre tot...

Smoked drank popped some...

Pill...

War on what against again?

Where are we?

Starting out Egypt...

Talk about a bricks and the building size and to transport....

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Jan 25, 2013
 

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Jan 25, 2013
 
John_Pa wrote:
<quoted text>thank Goodness for George Bush and Tony Blair. http://www.commondreams.org/headlines03/1220-...
I will give Bush some credit but it seems the Colonel was against al Qaeda back in 1995-96.

http://afpak.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2010/09/...

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The era saw Libya's return to the international arena. In 1999, Libya began secret talks with the British government to normalise relations.[223] In 2001, Gaddafi condemned the September 11 attacks on the U.S. by al-Qaeda, expressing sympathy with the victims and calling for Libyan involvement in the War on Terror against militant Islamism

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Jan 25, 2013
 
ABs wrote:
Look at the bright side though, comrade....North Korea is going to nuke us...
I read North Korea has the capabilities to nuke the western coastline of the USA.
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Jan 25, 2013
 
News you will not see or hear on CNN and FOX News

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When Will the Killing War in Iran Begin? It Already Has

“Economic sanctions are, at their core, a war against public health.”–The New England Journal of Medicine [1]

By Stephen Gowans

November 06, 2012 "Information Clearing House" - While campaigns are organized to deter the United States and Israel from acting on threats to launch an air war against Iran, both countries, in league with the European Union (winner of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize) carry on a low-intensity war against Iran that is likely to be causing more human suffering and death than strikes on Iran’s nuclear facilities would. This is a war against public health, aimed at the most vulnerable: cancer patients, hemophiliacs, kidney dialysis patients, and those awaiting transplants. Its victims are unseen, dying anonymously in hospitals, not incinerated in spectacular explosions touched off by cruise missiles and bunker buster bombs.

But ordinary Iranians who can’t get needed medications are every bit as much victims of war as those blown apart by bombs. And yet, we think, that as long as the bombs don’t rain down, that peace has been preserved. Perhaps it has, in formal terms, but bleeding to death in the crater of a bomb, or bleeding to death because you can’t get hemophilia drugs, is, in either case, death.

In Iran today there is an acute shortage of pharmaceuticals for kidney dialysis and transplants and for treating cancer, hemophilia, thalessemia, multiple sclerosis, and other disorders. Hospital equipment is breaking down for want of spare parts. And raw materials used by domestic pharmaceutical manufacturers—blocked by Western sanctions—are in short supply. It adds up to a healthcare crisis. The United States and European Union say their sanctions don’t apply to drugs and medical equipment, but US and European banks are unwilling to handle financial transactions with Iran. If they do, the US Treasury Department will deny them access to the US banking system.

Since isolation from the world’s largest economy would guarantee their demise, banks comply and shun Iran. As a consequence, few goods from the West make their way into the country, the exemptions for drugs and medical equipment being nothing more than a public relations ruse to disguise the barbarity of the sanctions. Not that Washington is denying that its sanctions are hurting ordinary Iranians. It’s just that responsibility for their consequences is denied. US president Barak Obama “has said the Iranian people should blame their own leaders.”[2] For what—failing to knuckle under?

“In contrast to war’s easily observable casualties, the apparently nonviolent consequences of economic intervention seem like an acceptable alternative. However…economic sanctions can seriously harm the health of persons who live in targeted nations.”[3] This has been well established and widely accepted in the cases of Iraq in the 1990s and the ongoing US blockade of Cuba. Political scientists John Mueller and Karl Mueller wrote an important paper in Foreign Affairs, in which they showed that economic sanctions “may have contributed to more deaths during the post-Cold War era than all weapons of mass destruction throughout history.”[4]

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Jan 25, 2013
 
Can you hear me now?

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Mobi...
SRINAGAR: Ahead of Republic Day parades in Srinagar and elsewhere on Saturday, mobile phone services were suspended across the Kashmir Valley as part of a security drill.

Different service providers did not issue any alert to subscribers before suspending their services.

Contacted on landline phones, people in Srinagar, Ganderbal, Anantnag, Badgam, Baramulla, Sopore and other towns said mobile phones had stopped working since Saturday morning.

Last year too mobile phone services were withdrawn in the valley Jan 26 and Aug 15.

In the past, separatist guerrillas triggered improved explosive devices using mobile telephones.
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Jan 25, 2013
 
AB s wrote:
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So i Guess what you are saying is it does NOT restore honor if a muslim rapist marries his muslim teenage victim...good to hear you aren't one of those "DEFEND THE MUSLIM AT ALL COSTS" types. I agree completely...what a hypocritical position. But isn't this the same hypocritical position they take in Iran?

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Yes there are many nukes in Russia but they are our friends now in case you haven't noticed...we share the space station together and ar finalizing our starwars system together as we speak...have you noticed the additional "bright stars" in the sky lately? When this starwars project is complete nukes will become obsolete anyway...so no worries...at least for us...sleep tight
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1. I am not defending any guilty party. I am only defending Islam and its teachings, which are most balanced.

I would have been hypocrite, if I said that I believe in Islam and then criticise its teachings. You do not understand the meaning of a Hypocrite, do you?

2. How come Russian Nukes have become your "friends"? If nukes will become obsolete, then why you make so much noise about nukes of Iran and North Korea? Are YOU behaving like a Hypocrite?

I think you are just waiting for a much bigger 9/11!!
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Jan 25, 2013
 
Angels Flight wrote:
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http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Mobi...
SRINAGAR: Ahead of Republic Day parades in Srinagar and elsewhere on Saturday, mobile phone services were suspended across the Kashmir Valley as part of a security drill.
Different service providers did not issue any alert to subscribers before suspending their services.
Contacted on landline phones, people in Srinagar, Ganderbal, Anantnag, Badgam, Baramulla, Sopore and other towns said mobile phones had stopped working since Saturday morning.
Last year too mobile phone services were withdrawn in the valley Jan 26 and Aug 15.
In the past, separatist guerrillas triggered improved explosive devices using mobile telephones.
One more "routine day" in the lives of Kashmiri Muslims.

Since some "extremists" triggered some devices thru Mobile Phones ,so ALL people in kashmir should stay out of Mobile Services for as many days as Indian Lords sitting at Delhi decide.

I hope they do the same when some Hindus explode some Bombs in some part of India and shut off Mobile services for one day or two days as a "Security Precaution".

But this is India, they have separate rules for Muslim Extremists and another for Hindu Extremists.
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Jan 26, 2013
 
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Activists denounce Aquino government’s ‘subservience’ to the US

By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL Bulatlat.com MANILA – Like the previous administrations, President Benigno S. Aquino III did not break from the dictates of the United States of America, Renato Reyes, Jr. secretary general of umbrella group Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan), said as the country marked Independence Day, June 12. Carrying banners “Down with imperialism!,”[...]
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I will give Bush some credit but it seems the Colonel was against al Qaeda back in 1995-96.
http://afpak.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2010/09/...
http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politi...
The era saw Libya's return to the international arena. In 1999, Libya began secret talks with the British government to normalise relations.[223] In 2001, Gaddafi condemned the September 11 attacks on the U.S. by al-Qaeda, expressing sympathy with the victims and calling for Libyan involvement in the War on Terror against militant Islamism
So what's your point. Bush did not overthrow Gaddafi. He just dismantled his nuclear program and ambitions. Along with other WMD. Thank Goodness a lot was moved to the States.

Others eliminated Gaddafi. My beef with the others is that they should have had better security for the State Dept people. They could have eliminated Al-Qaeda types and perhaps the Algerian gas plant attack might not have happened. It was reported that the same people were involved,
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Jan 26, 2013
 
John_Schuylkill County_Pa wrote:
<quoted text>So what's your point. Bush did not overthrow Gaddafi. He just dismantled his nuclear program and ambitions. Along with other WMD. Thank Goodness a lot was moved to the States.
Others eliminated Gaddafi. My beef with the others is that they should have had better security for the State Dept people. They could have eliminated Al-Qaeda types and perhaps the Algerian gas plant attack might not have happened. It was reported that the same people were involved,
Bush opened the Middle East Floodgates and FREED the Muslims from their Dictators.

As you already know al Qaeda is Global and even if the Republican Congress did give the extra funding, it still might of happened in Benghazi.

Look how many attacks were on our Embassy in Iraq which is larger than the Vatican.

The Green Zone has the most protection in the world.
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Jan 26, 2013
 
Foul Play in the Senate: Republicans Orin Hatch, Mitch McConnell John Boehner Democrat Max Baucus and the Obama White House with the Healthcare/ Pharmaceutical companies / BACK ROOM DEALS
January 26, 2013 / http://tinyurl.com/bynacyh
WITHOUT CONGRESSIONAL APPROVAL
http://www.commondreams.org/video/2013/01/26

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http://www.pacificfreepress.com/opinion/12136...
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Jan 26, 2013
 
According to a study by the Kaiser Foundation.
Annual health care costs are roughly $96 billion for smokers and $147 billion for the obese and 150 billion for gun related injuries. These costs accompany sometimes heroic attempts to prolong lives, including surgery, chemotherapy and other measures. Talking about entitlements ... your freedom is someone else’s harm!
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Jan 26, 2013
 
John_Schuylkill County_Pa wrote:
<quoted text>So what's your point. Bush did not overthrow Gaddafi. He just dismantled his nuclear program and ambitions. Along with other WMD. Thank Goodness a lot was moved to the States.
Others eliminated Gaddafi. My beef with the others is that they should have had better security for the State Dept people. They could have eliminated Al-Qaeda types and perhaps the Algerian gas plant attack might not have happened. It was reported that the same people were involved,
"they should have had better security for the State Dept people"? Duh!
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Jan 26, 2013
 
Spocko wrote:
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"they should have had better security for the State Dept people"? Duh!
The small and lightly secured diplomatic mission in Benghazi served as a cover for a much larger covert CIA intelligence presence, centered in an “annex” located about a mile from the diplomatic mission. CIA agency officers based at the annex arrived at the besieged mission within 25 minutes of the initial attack.

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