Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says

Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says

There are 38125 comments on the Worcester Telegram & Gazette story from Jun 4, 2007, titled Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says. In it, Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports that:

TEHRAN, Iran- Iran's hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad yesterday said the world would witness the destruction of Israel soon, the official Islamic Republic News Agency reported.

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Lynn

Yorba Linda, CA

#37050 Nov 6, 2012
Rtloder wrote:
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I could not reply to you without self incrimination,, you've been at the bar again haven't you,, then you try to trick me into your hanging party, so I be the party that gets hung,, I know your sort,, how about a snort,,pass the bottle over here,, give us a lump of your grits. We've heard all that before, if you were genuine you wouldn't be lying on the floor, so don't ask me a loaded question, my mother was a solicitous before that bastard Hawke touched base with her in Hungary,, I've still got friends in the business you know.
You like commas don't you? Maybe you should get an education.

“life is a gift. make it easy”

Since: Oct 10

surakarta

#37051 Nov 6, 2012
Rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
I think the best thing to do is to revisit the immediate past, then realize what the,, post war,, period has concreted won't be going away,,,, why persist with the EEC. it's not
even baked sand. Why persist forcing Africa to funnel its resources into Britain and France that sediment of binding is only coagulated blood. Why persist with war in the middle east, Israel can't take over from the USA. as the policeman of the world, but that's where Britain and France will put her,,to create stability at home by creating war abroad. Iran should start talking about why
the Koran portrays Jews as a religion when in fact they abandoned religion with the Talmud. To me that is the key.
The universe and its contents created by Allah SWT is the evidence of the truth for those who believe in., but for those who do not believe, it is not the evidence and the absolute truth.
‘What we consider right is not necessarily the same for other people, but the truth will be considered as truly truth if it becomes part of a person's life.:).”

For me, truth is possible if it has clear guidelines, rational and in accordance with the fact. but it should not be used as justification for translating the verses of Allah with our minds because we do not have perfect vision. Nice to be with,,,,

“life is a gift. make it easy”

Since: Oct 10

surakarta

#37052 Nov 6, 2012
Rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
Truth is the continuation of the past, in other words,,, Station,,, that which Allah departed from, as an aspect of possibility, by electing self destruction, creating the emotion of sorrow, due to the departure from perfection.
Truth is impossible, to me truth is the validity of the continuous present as a consistency to the success of the past.
Allah's ambition does not dominate except as a relationship to predestined prophesy.
History may repeat itself, not the mass and the time but the incidence and its impact. Imperialism will never cease in this world. Mankind will never be satisfied and full of ambition so it is true to say that man is a creature who make mischief on earth.

USA, FRANCE, BRITAIN, ISRAEL... They are the countries that have a high risk of bankruptcy,. They will not always be at the peak of glory. They will justify any means to defend its position. models of physical occupation is no longer considered as the proper way this time, but it does not mean it will never happen. Saturation level and the development of the world will force these countries to fight physical and the consequences of it will be felt around the world. May RUSSIA, CHINA, INDIA, IRAN, NORTH KOREA will be a rival for them.

For me, being able to put ourselves in the wise position is more proper than following the presence of propaganda and mass media advertising increasingly unfriendly. a truly Muslim will not let his brother live in injustice and slander. But they would always keep his brother not to get caught into the own trap of it. Nice days,,,,:)

“life is a gift. make it easy”

Since: Oct 10

surakarta

#37053 Nov 6, 2012
bmz wrote:
<quoted text>
No.
The US Military is exhausted, stretched to thin, about to break, drained and the morale of men is extremely low. Soon, the US will not be a able to launch another war because of fears of bankruptcy.
Aerial bombardment, destruction of infra-structure and killing a few hundred thousand people can be done but the US does not have enough man power, I mean enough boots to put on ground.
You can see that from the exit strategy in Afghanistan, Queer.
that is right,,,i agree with it...
there are many analysis showed that USA will never have longer time to be world police. yes, it is the greatest country in the world, but USA will not be able to stem the china economic power, Russia and some countries in Asia. someday, the world economic power will shift in the ASIA continent.
Rtloder

Wentworthville, Australia

#37054 Nov 6, 2012
MUQ wrote:
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http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...
We Are at War
The War on Terror exploits the tragedy of September 11 for the benefit of a very few.
By Johnny Barber
“We are at War. Somebody is Going to Pay.” George W. Bush, Sept 11th, 2001.
September 10, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Eleven years later, we are still at war. Bullets, mortars and drones are still extracting payment. Thousands, tens of thousands, millions have paid in full. Children and even those yet to be born will continue to pay for decades to come.
On a single day in Iraq last week there were 29 bombing attacks in 19 cities, killing 111 civilians and wounding another 235. On Sept 9th, reports indicate 88 people were killed and another 270 injured in 30 attacks all across the country. Iraq continues in a seemingly endless death spiral into chaos. In his acceptance speech for the Democratic nomination for President, Obama claimed he ended the war in Iraq, well… not quite.
The city of Fallujah remains under siege. Not from U.S. troops, but from a deluge of birth defects that have plagued families since the use of depleted uranium and white phosphorus by U.S. forces in 2004. No government studies have provided a direct link to the use of these weapons because no government studies have been undertaken, and none are contemplated.
Dr. Samira Alani, a pediatric specialist at Fallujah General Hospital, told Al Jazeera,“We have all kinds of defects now, ranging from congenital heart disease to severe physical abnormalities, both in numbers you cannot imagine. There are not even medical terms to describe some of these conditions because we’ve never seen them until now.” The photographs are available on line if you can bear to look at what we have wrought. George W. Bush will loudly proclaim his “Pro-life” bona fides, and he’ll tell you he believes “that every child, born and unborn, ought to be protected in law and welcomed into life.” Apparently,“every child” doesn’t apply to the children of Fallujah, and the “law” doesn’t apply to George W. Bush.
Our soldiers, some physically damaged by IED’s, some mentally destroyed by PTSD, will pay for these wars for the rest of their days. Drug and alcohol abuse is out of control. Suicide among the troops is an epidemic. 2,916 Americans were lost in the towers on that fateful day, many, many more have perished in the intervening years.
Today we will be asked to honor the men and woman of our armed forces, but what does honoring the veterans entail? In its most recent report, The Veterans Administration estimates about 107,000 veterans are homeless on any given night. Mental illness plagues 45% of homeless vets and 70% suffer from some kind ofsubstance abuse. So how do you honor our veterans? Are “Support Our Troops” ribbons still in vogue? How does our government honor our veterans other than use them as political pawns in stump speeches and cannon fodder for their wars?

Johnny Barber has s clear understanding .
LoL.
Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#37055 Nov 6, 2012
Lynn wrote:
<quoted text>
You like commas don't you? Maybe you should get an education.
Lynn I accept your criticism and admit my lack of education, but I think my device is not up to your standard, for example allow me to explain, notice you highlight your delightful name with inverted apostrophes, watch what happens when I do that
"Lynn"
My goodness you've corrected my error after only such a slight occasion, it's obvious your not a drinking woman, I have a pedestal for you to stand on, some where, unless the Clergy have sawn the legs off again.
Rtloder

Marrickville, Australia

#37056 Nov 6, 2012
the bright light wrote:
<quoted text>
The universe and its contents created by Allah SWT is the evidence of the truth for those who believe in., but for those who do not believe, it is not the evidence and the absolute truth.
‘What we consider right is not necessarily the same for other people, but the truth will be considered as truly truth if it becomes part of a person's life.:).”
For me, truth is possible if it has clear guidelines, rational and in accordance with the fact. but it should not be used as justification for translating the verses of Allah with our minds because we do not have perfect vision. Nice to be with,,,,
My problem with truth becoming individual choice, as opposed to a discipline prescribed,, as I believe the Koran to be, is that the individual is cut adrift, that's all right for the good times and the healthy people, adverse to that it's the opposite.
Also if reference isn't made to force, problem solving becomes impossible.
Agreement is always the subject of rudiment, so interpretation must consider its relevance. Slavery is legitimatised by
the Koran, it had to be, but not at the moment. 4 wives is an addition for some except the 3 that miss out. The Koran speaks of the Jew in accordance with their association to religious practice being intact. Every thing is the systematic progression of cognition,, or catastrophe.
Not all nations will survive, I assert idealism as a scientific conclusion, idealism as a philosophical sentiment is a mill stone around your neck.
Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#37057 Nov 6, 2012
the bright light wrote:
<quoted text>
History may repeat itself, not the mass and the time but the incidence and its impact. Imperialism will never cease in this world. Mankind will never be satisfied and full of ambition so it is true to say that man is a creature who make mischief on earth.
USA, FRANCE, BRITAIN, ISRAEL... They are the countries that have a high risk of bankruptcy,. They will not always be at the peak of glory. They will justify any means to defend its position. models of physical occupation is no longer considered as the proper way this time, but it does not mean it will never happen. Saturation level and the development of the world will force these countries to fight physical and the consequences of it will be felt around the world. May RUSSIA, CHINA, INDIA, IRAN, NORTH KOREA will be a rival for them.
For me, being able to put ourselves in the wise position is more proper than following the presence of propaganda and mass media advertising increasingly unfriendly. a truly Muslim will not let his brother live in injustice and slander. But they would always keep his brother not to get caught into the own trap of it. Nice days,,,,:)


Germany is a big hope for the future, and I
see Israel as secular, and so slightly more able to be accepted by her neighbours,
provided her progressive neighbours, Iran, Iraq, and the Palestinians with assorted contingents respond to the threat posed by
Britain and France.
Its interesting to note the BBC are now describing bombing in Iraq (today)as totally defensible insurgency.
In relation to your question, I relate this news to make the point, everybody has got
a different barrow to push.
The Advocate

Mexico

#37058 Nov 7, 2012
Congratulations Obama for another 4 yeasr!!

“life is a gift. make it easy”

Since: Oct 10

surakarta

#37062 Nov 8, 2012
Rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
My problem with truth becoming individual choice, as opposed to a discipline prescribed,, as I believe the Koran to be, is that the individual is cut adrift, that's all right for the good times and the healthy people, adverse to that it's the opposite.
Also if reference isn't made to force, problem solving becomes impossible.
Agreement is always the subject of rudiment, so interpretation must consider its relevance. Slavery is legitimatised by
the Koran, it had to be, but not at the moment. 4 wives is an addition for some except the 3 that miss out. The Koran speaks of the Jew in accordance with their association to religious practice being intact. Every thing is the systematic progression of cognition,, or catastrophe.
Not all nations will survive, I assert idealism as a scientific conclusion, idealism as a philosophical sentiment is a mill stone around your neck.
he he he :) as Iwas said before, that Quranic verses should not be interpreted with our logic, because we do not have perfect vision.

we can use, need and recognize that we can not escape from the developing technology, regardless of its form, but we must remember that the world and the material are not everything,

for me "there is better than nothing"
.
there is nothing wrong with a difference and all that we have.
the only our perspectives that makes us be separated.
because the difference shouldnt be an abyss.
weren't we created to be complementary?
... these are the wise world to the people of this world who admit that they are a Moslem,,
Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#37063 Nov 8, 2012
the bright light wrote:
<quoted text>
he he he :) as Iwas said before, that Quranic verses should not be interpreted with our logic, because we do not have perfect vision.
we can use, need and recognize that we can not escape from the developing technology, regardless of its form, but we must remember that the world and the material are not everything,
for me "there is better than nothing"
.
there is nothing wrong with a difference and all that we have.
the only our perspectives that makes us be separated.
because the difference shouldnt be an abyss.
weren't we created to be complementary?
... these are the wise world to the people of this world who admit that they are a Moslem,,
bright light its not your vision, neither is it your ear that hinders perfection, for it is
transgression from one to the other and
only occurs for those who can access the question preceding the answer, to you I hand it over because you threaten the abyss. You will be surprised to know, I
knew you'd say that, and I was ready for you with this. Also creation is a reversal.
Them that walk in evil must walk in a way that Allah had commanded them, for the original prophecy of vengeance was not set in stone, it stayed in progress in order to stay alive, and was advanced by Memar
Marquah as no concept stands idol he said
(You shall not turn to the right or to the left, the land of Cannan is the right and the land of Egypt is the left, the way of the true one is the middle, he who turns to one or the other will fall and stumble)
O bright light follow your calling and be nimble the lapwing throws a message at your feet, I evolved to be Samaritan Joshua's dove, to bring glad tidings the punishment is the righteous, and if you say (p) Muhammad courting the Jew in such a way reflecting there's was a bona fide religion and not a plot in a scheme, then
you O bright light have just sanctioned Israel to be God Himself. For opinion is only a small aspect of being, only the Koran save you, I'm OK because I maintain vengeance, and l know only Allah can
transgress between one and the other.
O bright light I send without reading back its a foolhardy fool that I love and I miss
w woman uk , I'm feeling suicidal.
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#37064 Nov 9, 2012
Congratulations, UV Voters!!

They have taken the most serious decisions of their life time and in the race of Presidentship, selected the Tweedledom over Twedledee…

The foundations of US would have failed it Tweedledom got elected.

I wonder if that is what is democracy all about, you MUST Eat one of the two worst prepared dishes that has been served to you?

We never knew it

And how,

Congratulations, US Voters, you have saved USA for another four years!!

The End is Near!!
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#37065 Nov 9, 2012
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http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

We Are at War (Contd.)

The War on Terror exploits the tragedy of September 11 for the benefit of a very few.

By Johnny Barber

“We are at War. Somebody is Going to Pay.” George W. Bush, Sept 11th, 2001.

84,000 American troops remain in Afghanistan. While the occupation is rarely mentioned in the U.S. mainstream media, that doesn’t mean the killing has stopped. On average, one U.S. soldier dies everyday. Not an enormous sum, unless it is your mother, father, son or daughter that has perished. Few Americans notice. Afghan loses are not reported. They have loved ones who grieve as well.

The American public has turned their attention to feeding their families, keeping their homes, and finding employment. But what of the $2 billion dollars per week we are spending on war in Afghanistan? What would $2 billion per week look like in our devastated communities, in our schools, in creating jobs or in caring for our elders? Politicians in both parties claim our first priority is to reduce the debt. If they were really serious, if they were honest, they would end this occupation and stop calling for cuts to Medicaid, Food Stamps, and Social Security.

And what is the price extracted from the Afghan people? Security is still a dream, even in Kabul. As I write this, 6 people have perished in a suicide bombing outside NATO headquarters, in the heart of Kabul. Several of them were impoverished street kids, peddling packs of gum to the westerners who frequent the area.

Hilary Clinton, Madeline Albright, Jan Schakowsky, and other prominent American women claim American forces are necessary in Afghanistan to protect the gains made in woman’s rights. On Sept 6th, Emma Graham-Harrison reported in the Guardian that 3 women in Kabul were attacked by a group of men because of their work as television actresses. One of the women was murdered. After seeking treatment at the hospital, the two survivors were taken to prison, where they face intrusive virginity tests and possible charges of prostitution or collusion in the attack. They face long prison sentences. This is not the Taliban; this is woman’s rights in Afghanistan today, rights that Hilary Clinton fears will be rolled back!

On the streets of Kabul it is not unusual to see burka clad women clutching starving children begging for spare change. Poverty and hunger is even worse in Kandahar and Helmand, areas that have seen some of the most intense fighting of the war. In southern Afghanistan 29.5% of the children are suffering from severe malnutrition. This compares to famine stricken areas of Africa, yet, officially, there is no famine in Afghanistan and hundreds of millions of dollars of humanitarian aid has flowed into the country.

In America, 35 million people are hungry or do not know where their next meal is coming from and 13 million of them are children. Who benefits from the “War on Terror”?

On Sept 2nd, Hamid Karzai announced his choice for the new intelligence chief, Asadullah Khalid. Khalid is currently the country’s minister of tribal and border affairs who oversees its southern security forces. In 2009 Richard Colvin, Canada’s former deputy ambassador to Afghanistan, testified before Canada’s parliament that his team had uncovered “very credible” evidence of torture, which allegedly included Khalid’s direct involvement.“He was known to have had a dungeon in Ghazni, his previous province, where he used to detain people for money, and some of them disappeared,” Colvin said in his testimony.“He was known to be running a narcotics operation. He had a criminal gang. He had people killed who got in his way.” Khalid and Karzai dismiss the allegations as unfounded.

MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#37066 Nov 9, 2012
In Kabul, children freeze to death in the winter, and they starve to death all year round. Meanwhile on the edge of Kabul a “New City” is being built. Hamid Karzai’s brother, Qayum Karzai, the owner of a construction company, benefits as his company “wins” government contracts without the hassles of competitive bidding. Karzai’s relatives are also benefiting from lucrative contracts in the oil and mineral sectors. In late 2011, Watan Oil and Gas, a company controlled by President Karzai’s cousins Rateb and Rashid Popal gained a contract with China’s National Petroleum Corporation. In 1989 Rateb was convicted for smuggling drugs in the U.S. and spent more than eight years in prison.

The Popal family’s company, Watan Risk Management, also worked as a contractor for the US forces. In 2010, they were accused of paying off Taliban insurgents with a cut from NATO contracts. According to the NY Times, another brother, Ahmed Wali Karzai was involved in the heroin trade and was also on the CIA’s payroll for several years before his assassination in 2011. The Karzai family now brings in billions of dollars a year. 42% of Afghans live on less than a dollar a day. So we are bent on ridding Afghanistan of the Taliban while the government is full of warlords, gangsters, and drug dealers.

Since America’s intervention in Afghanistan, the heroin trade has exploded, doubling opium production. Afghanistan is now the source of 90% of the world’s heroin. This dovetail’s nicely with America’s “War on Drugs.”
w wman uk

Manchester, UK

#37068 Nov 11, 2012
MUQ wrote:
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http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...
We Are at War
The War on Terror exploits the tragedy of September 11 for the benefit of a very few.
By Johnny Barber
“We are at War. Somebody is Going to Pay.” George W. Bush, Sept 11th, 2001.
September 10, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Eleven years later, we are still at war. Bullets, mortars and drones are still extracting payment. Thousands, tens of thousands, millions have paid in full. Children and even those yet to be born will continue to pay for decades to come.
On a single day in Iraq last week there were 29 bombing attacks in 19 cities, killing 111 civilians and wounding another 235. On Sept 9th, reports indicate 88 people were killed and another 270 injured in 30 attacks all across the country. Iraq continues in a seemingly endless death spiral into chaos. In his acceptance speech for the Democratic nomination for President, Obama claimed he ended the war in Iraq, well… not quite.
The city of Fallujah remains under siege. Not from U.S. troops, but from a deluge of birth defects that have plagued families since the use of depleted uranium and white phosphorus by U.S. forces in 2004. No government studies have provided a direct link to the use of these weapons because no government studies have been undertaken, and none are contemplated.
Dr. Samira Alani, a pediatric specialist at Fallujah General Hospital, told Al Jazeera,“We have all kinds of defects now, ranging from congenital heart disease to severe physical abnormalities, both in numbers you cannot imagine. There are not even medical terms to describe some of these conditions because we’ve never seen them until now.” The photographs are available on line if you can bear to look at what we have wrought. George W. Bush will loudly proclaim his “Pro-life” bona fides, and he’ll tell you he believes “that every child, born and unborn, ought to be protected in law and welcomed into life.” Apparently,“every child” doesn’t apply to the children of Fallujah, and the “law” doesn’t apply to George W. Bush.
Our soldiers, some physically damaged by IED’s, some mentally destroyed by PTSD, will pay for these wars for the rest of their days. Drug and alcohol abuse is out of control. Suicide among the troops is an epidemic. 2,916 Americans were lost in the towers on that fateful day, many, many more have perished in the intervening years.
Today we will be asked to honor the men and woman of our armed forces, but what does honoring the veterans entail? In its most recent report, The Veterans Administration estimates about 107,000 veterans are homeless on any given night. Mental illness plagues 45% of homeless vets and 70% suffer from some kind of substance abuse. So how do you honor our veterans? Are “Support Our Troops” ribbons still in vogue? How does our government honor our veterans other than use them as political pawns in stump speeches and cannon fodder for their wars?
Today its brother muslims killing brother muslims ,murhumna killing murhumna. Is this what you call islamic juresprudence? 360 million womem and girls denied education by the backward murhumna is this the pattern you want for the rest of the world?. So touching you care about our vets most of them been damaged inefficient prosicution of their duties being bound by rules of engagement crap . Trying to use soldiers as policemen. Our politicians not realising how murderious and treacherious the radical muslims are.
w wman uk

Manchester, UK

#37069 Nov 11, 2012
MUQ wrote:
Congratulations, UV Voters!!
They have taken the most serious decisions of their life time and in the race of Presidentship, selected the Tweedledom over Twedledee…
The foundations of US would have failed it Tweedledom got elected.
I wonder if that is what is democracy all about, you MUST Eat one of the two worst prepared dishes that has been served to you?
We never knew it
And how,
Congratulations, US Voters, you have saved USA for another four years!!
The End is Near!!
Well its not perfect but its better than shite cake that muslims are eating everyday in murhumna land it tastes so nasty that it makes them want to kill each other daily such is the taste of radical islam its killing them quicker than cancer.
Doctor REALITY

Little Rock, AR

#37070 Nov 11, 2012
Well,since he can't stay in power after next summer,Admadinejad's 'end' will come before Israel's,huh??
w wman uk

Sheffield, UK

#37072 Nov 11, 2012
MUQ wrote:
-
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...
We Are at War (Contd.)
The War on Terror exploits the tragedy of September 11 for the benefit of a very few.
By Johnny Barber
“We are at War. Somebody is Going to Pay.” George W. Bush, Sept 11th, 2001.
The growth in the heroin trade coupled with the despair of daily living has contributed to an eruption of drug addiction. Addicts can be found huddled under bridges throughout Kabul. As these men succumb to addiction, their families are left to fend for themselves. Heroin floods the streets of Europe and Russia. Which banks benefit from the enormous cash flows generated by the heroin trade? Who in the Afghan government benefits?
The corruption is mind-boggling. We support terrorist elements, most recently in Syria and Libya, but before that in Iraq, Bosnia, Kosovo, and Afghanistan, and then find ourselves fighting them down the road. In a reversal of our usual modus operandi, it has come to light that during the Bush years the CIA tortured numerous members of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), an armed Islamist Group that had worked to overthrow Gaddafi for 20 years, before transferring them to Gaddafi’s regime for further torture. Some of these same fighters rendered and tortured by America and Libya now hold key leadership posts in the “liberated” Libya.
Private interests in Saudi Arabia continue to fund Sunni extremists around the world. Wikileaks released a Dec. 2009 cable from the State Department that complained that Saudi donors remain the primary financiers of militant groups like Al-Qaeda. In May 2010, the Sunday Times of London revealed that the Afghan Financial Intelligence Unit, FinTRACA, reported that since 2006 at least 1.5 billion dollars from Saudi Arabia was funneled to the Taliban in Afghanistan, with Al-Qaeda withholding a cut for their delivery services. Why is there no outcry from the U.S.?
In 2011 overseas weapons sales by the United States totaled $66.3 billion, or more than three-quarters of the global arms market. Russia was second, with $4.8 billion in deals. Who benefits from the War on Terror and who benefits when America threatens war?
Over half of the sales, or $33.4 billion, consisted of arms sales to Saudi Arabia. These sales included F-15 fighter jets, dozens of Apache and Black Hawk helicopters, as well as an array of missiles, bombs and delivery systems, as well as accessories such as night-vision goggles and radar warning systems. These sales offset the flow of US dollars to pay for Saudi oil, and this explains why there is no outrage directed toward the Saudi regime.
The War on Terror exploits the tragedy of September 11 for the benefit of a very few. Poor people continue to pay an enormous price, while the elites, including our own government and the corporations it answers to, ignore everything but the influx of cash into their coffers. The war business is profitable if you refuse to count the cost of human lives.
In his acceptance speech for the Democratic nomination for President, Obama said,“Our destinies are bound together. A freedom which only asks what’s in it for me, a freedom without a commitment to others, a freedom without love or charity, is unworthy of our founding ideals.” In closing, he said,“We travel together. We leave no one behind. We pull each other up.” Why is it our Presidents fail to include those they bomb in their lofty sentiments? The simple truth is our destinies are bound together with those who lie beyond the borders of our country as well.
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Johnny Barber is writing from Kabul where he is a guest of the Afghan Peace Volunteers in Kabul. To learn more, visit www.oneBrightpearl-jb.blogspot.com and www.oneBrightpearl.com
Radical islam is very profitable for the leaders. Look at the gangsta palistinians for a start.
w wman uk

UK

#37080 Nov 13, 2012
MUQ wrote:
New wave of "morality" sweeping the west these days, people are "resigning" just because of having illicit sex !!- MUQ
BBC Director-General resigns over sex abuse row
The BBC's Director-General George Entwistle resigned on Friday after the broadcaster's flagship news programme wrongly implicated a British politician in child sex abuse.
"I have decided that the honourable thing to do is to step down," Entwistle said in a televised statement outside the BBC's London headquarters.
http://en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com/
Oh how crows muq its embarrising but its out in the open now. Not like islamic countries where its hidden by the vale. The murhumna are well know for their tendences for under age marrage repressed homosexiality and child abuse, not to mention coruption, if all the islamic gays come out it would be raining men. There is no bigger meetimg of gay men than the hadge at mecca. Explain why certain muslims mutulate young girls .Explain why some muslims have a hadith which states that if a girl has a 3 periods mr muslim can sell his daughter off as a child bride that child might only be 10 . Is this what your wonderfull islam offers some of its children. You want the world to eat the shite cake that is islam? Try answering these pionts with a little honesty this time instead of smoke and mirrors. You might even make a few converts.
iSpyGuy

Ironton, OH

#37081 Nov 13, 2012
w wman uk wrote:
<quoted text> Oh how crows muq
After watching this thread tick by,I have come to the conclusion you and MR.Copy and Paste(MUQ) are in love.

Well it's either that or..you two are secret employees of Topix, paid to keep this thread alive.

If not perhaps you guys should apply for the job.

I've heard the starting salary for Topix posters is 3 Gallons of liquid Prozac and 4 large bags of Nacho Chips.

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