Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says

Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says

There are 38083 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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MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#39657 Jul 21, 2013
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He Is Comfortable with Bush’s Inferno

By Ralph Nader

April 22, 2013 "Information Clearing House" - George W. Bush is riding high. A megamillionaire, from the taxpayer-subsidized Texas Rangers company, he makes $150,000 to $200,000 per speech, receives a large presidential pension and support facilities and is about to dedicate the $500 million George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum on April 25.

President Obama will be at the dedication, continuing to legitimize Mr. Bush, as he did from the outset by announcing in 2009 there would be no investigations or prosecutions of the Bush officials for their crimes.

In an interview with the New York Times, Mr. Bush continued to say he has no regrets about his Presidency.“I’m comfortable with what I did,” he said,“I’m comfortable with who I am.” He added,“Much of my presidency was defined by things that you didn’t necessarily want to have happen.”

But he and Dick Cheney made them happen, although Mr. Bush attributed some military events to Providence. One of the “things” he is comfortable with was his criminal, unconstitutional invasion and occupation of Iraq, which took over one million Iraqi lives – children, women and men – created 5 million refugees and committed overall sociocide on that country which posed no threat to the U.S. The carnage continues to this day by a militarized al-Qaeda-in-Iraq that didn’t exist before his invasion.

Apparently, Mr. Bush is “comfortable” with the price paid by the U.S. soldiers and their broken families – over 5,000 fatalities and suicides, 200,000 injuries, illnesses and traumatic syndromes – and by U.S. taxpayers, who over time will pay an estimated 3 trillion dollars according to Nobel Laureate and economist, Joseph Stiglitz.

Former Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) has said repeatedly that Bush and Cheney “lied us into invading Iraq.” Such an understatement. Bush and Cheney not only lied about Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction, they also deceived, covered-up, corrupted or intimidated the mass media, bullied an abdicatory Congress, and delivered a false address to the United Nations with the now regretful Secretary of State Colin Powell.

Two secretary generals of the UN subsequently declared Bush’s war of aggression against Iraq to be a violation of international law.
Bush suffers no qualms about the brutal realities of his war and his recidivist violations of our Constitution, federal statutes and international treaties.“One of the real challenges of life is when you complete a chapter, you don’t atrophy, that you continue to find ways to contribute,” said Bush in an interview with The Dallas Morning News.

Army veteran Tomas Young is atrophying from his massive wounds in Iraq. Before he decides to end his devastated life, possibly this month, he summoned his moral energy to write Mr. Bush a poignant letter calling him to account for his war crimes. Bush, however, never responds. After all he’s “comfortable” and that bloody “chapter” is closed.
Gary

Westerville, OH

#39659 Jul 22, 2013
MUQ wrote:
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And west will turn against him as usual!!
and he will turn against the west as usual
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#39661 Jul 22, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text>and he will turn against the west as usual
So why make all that noise that "Iran got a New President"!!

Do we ask who became Prime Minisiter of Isreal?
w wman uk

Liverpool, UK

#39662 Jul 22, 2013
MUQ wrote:
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Where Nukes of Isreal pointed at? Towards Washington? Towards London? Towards Moscow? Or towards Paris?
Why this biased attitude? Do you mean to say that Muslim countries should be ready to be hit any time by Israeli nukes, but they should not retaliate?
How you hate filled breasts could understand the unprincipled stand of western nations in this issue.
Its simple mug its because islam is a political cult set on world domination in its violent backward and it has mortaly wounded itslf by nor remforming and a wounded amimal is a dangerous one. There is not hatred in my heart you just play that card because l post the truth about islam and what is writen in the koran. You any your girlfriend cant stand the truth so you start the personal gender insults. Tell me who else but a violent masoginistic pedophlie would say its ok to marry a 9 year old girl and issue istructions to his followers on how to beat brides when they refuse sex.You wont answer l will moohamed.
A challange to the twisted islamic sisters take my arguments apart, go for it be our jests.

rtloder

Since: Nov 12

Sydney, Australia

#39664 Jul 22, 2013
w wman uk wrote:
<quoted text>Its simple mug its because islam is a political cult set on world domination in its violent backward and it has mortaly wounded itslf by nor remforming and a wounded amimal is a dangerous one. There is not hatred in my heart you just play that card because l post the truth about islam and what is writen in the koran. You any your girlfriend cant stand the truth so you start the personal gender insults. Tell me who else but a violent masoginistic pedophlie would say its ok to marry a 9 year old girl and issue istructions to his followers on how to beat brides when they refuse sex.You wont answer l will moohamed.
A challange to the twisted islamic sisters take my arguments apart, go for it be our jests.

w wman uk don't worry about the peace man , its not him , that's the problem , it's that stupid monkey he's got , and he's been warned about it.
What's this you say about the Talmud Rabbi Abodahzarah 98a your referting too .
If the moo harmed the Jew when he was having sex with a cow he has to have his tonsils out.?????????
Gary

Columbus, OH

#39665 Jul 22, 2013
MUQ wrote:
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So why make all that noise that "Iran got a New President"!!
Do we ask who became Prime Minisiter of Isreal?
You missed the point of the whole thread, dumbo.
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#39666 Jul 22, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text>You missed the point of the whole thread, dumbo.
Please enlighten me. O great sage!!
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#39667 Jul 22, 2013
w wman uk wrote:
<quoted text>Its simple mug its because islam is a political cult set on world domination in its violent backward and it has mortaly wounded itslf by nor remforming and a wounded amimal is a dangerous one. There is not hatred in my heart you just play that card because l post the truth about islam and what is writen in the koran. You any your girlfriend cant stand the truth so you start the personal gender insults. Tell me who else but a violent masoginistic pedophlie would say its ok to marry a 9 year old girl and issue istructions to his followers on how to beat brides when they refuse sex.You wont answer l will moohamed.
A challange to the twisted islamic sisters take my arguments apart, go for it be our jests.
Islam is a major world religion, it does not distinguish between worldly matters and spiritual maters.

It provides teachings in all spheres of life.

To call it a political cult, means you have no knowledge about Islam, which becomes clear from your every post.

What you have a hateful mind and body and you cannot see anything beyond that hate.

You need a cure, fast and effective. Why not join Islam, it would cure you of all your diseases?
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#39668 Jul 22, 2013
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He Is Comfortable with Bush’s Inferno

By Ralph Nader (Contd.)

The American people have yet to come to terms with the reality that presidents are above the law. Presidents can commit repeated crimes in an outlaw presidency so long as they can invoke, however falsely and vaguely, national security.

Were presidents to engage in personal crimes or obstruction of justice, like Nixon with the burglary of the Democratic Party’s Watergate offices, the law and Congress can hold them accountable. But Bush and Cheney had bigger fish to fry with their destruction of justice. As the ancient Roman historian Tacitus wrote:“The worst crimes were dared by a few, willed by more, and tolerated by all.”

Fortunately, for our fragile democracy, there were dissenters. After 9/11, leading civil liberty groups objected to provisions in the Patriot Act that allowed searches of your home and businesses without telling you for 72 hours. And, the muzzling of librarians and custodians of your financial medical records from even telling you that the feds are retrieving them. And warrantless snooping on millions of Americans.

In the months leading to the invasion of Iraq in March 2003, more than three hundred retired generals, admirals, high ranking officers, national security officials and diplomats spoke out against any invasion.

Retired General and former Director of the National Security Agency Bill Odom called the invasion the most strategic military blunder in our history. Bush’s father was privately opposed to the invasion, urging his top retired advisors, James Baker and Brent Scowcroft to speak and write against the pending invasion.

The venerable, conservative American Bar Association weighed in with three White Papers declaring Bush’s many signing statements – that he was not bound by legislation – domestic surveillance and treatment of enemy combatants were unconstitutional actions. Bush never acknowledged these reports. And this week, a bipartisan report by the Constitution Project concluded that Bush/Cheney approved torture practices at Guantanamo.

All the above plus mass anti-war rallies in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere did not slow the march to war. The protests were not strong enough to penetrate the political and electoral systems. Until that happens, criminal unconstitutional actions regularly conducted at top levels of our government will not, as a practical matter, trigger either the application of the rule of law or the impeachment authority of the U.S. Congress. To the contrary, each succeeding President feels free to push the illegal, unconstitutional envelope further.

So the lawless legacy of George W. Bush continues under Obama – sometimes worse, sometimes not. Indefinite detention, arbitrary use of military rather than civil tribunals, secret evidence and secret laws, war crimes, secret courts, immunity from judicial review, continual snooping on citizens, extraordinary renditions to foreign countries and, for the first time, President Barack Obama claims to have the right to assassinate an American citizen, far from the battlefield, in his sole secret judgment as prosecutor, judge, jury and executioner. All shame the Obama Administration.

The above list comes from the great law professor, Jonathan Turley of George Washington University, who published a chilling article in the Washington Post on January 15, 2012...



On April 25, George W. Bush will bask in the fawning media sunlight of his presidential library and museum. The devastated people of Iraq and the soldiers of America, sent to kill and die in Bush’s illegal, boomeranging war, may have some exhibits, pictures and artifacts to suggest for the museum’s collection.

“The day after the Iranian bomb”

Since: Mar 13

Kiryat Gat - Israel

#39670 Jul 23, 2013
The Day After The Iranian Bomb

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/iran/TQ9B1O2...

EBook with purpose – for free: The Day After The Iranian Bomb
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8aGhOOtXzN3d...

The book purpose

The book aim is to arouse public opinion from the bottom, in order to press the Israeli leadership to act now with no delay, and take action to stop the Iranian bomb by any means.

The book was handed to top opinion leaders and all communication networks: Channel 2, Broadcasting, radio stations, Channel 10, Israel’s foreign networks: CNN, FOX, French network, German network, Al-Jazeera, Reuters. Moreover, provided copies to Maariv and Yedioth Ahronoth

The book was sent as well to all 120 members of the Knesset, dedication addresses these words:

“I have the words, and you have the power, you have to do everything and with all means to stop the Iranian bomb.”

All of that was written with hope for an action, unequivocally and emphatically, to stop the Iranian bomb.

“Nowadays, I decided to expand the publishing of the book to the worldwide. The reason- time is running out. I do not expect that others will protect us, but just looking for vital support from the free world people, to all means that the people of Israel will take in order to protect their family lives in front of the Iranian atomic bomb, whatever it takes.”

https://twitter.com/offerbin
w wman uk

Liverpool, UK

#39673 Jul 23, 2013
offer binshtok wrote:
The Day After The Iranian Bomb
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/iran/TQ9B1O2...
EBook with purpose – for free: The Day After The Iranian Bomb
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8aGhOOtXzN3d...
The book purpose
The book aim is to arouse public opinion from the bottom, in order to press the Israeli leadership to act now with no delay, and take action to stop the Iranian bomb by any means.
The book was handed to top opinion leaders and all communication networks: Channel 2, Broadcasting, radio stations, Channel 10, Israel’s foreign networks: CNN, FOX, French network, German network, Al-Jazeera, Reuters. Moreover, provided copies to Maariv and Yedioth Ahronoth
The book was sent as well to all 120 members of the Knesset, dedication addresses these words:
“I have the words, and you have the power, you have to do everything and with all means to stop the Iranian bomb.”
All of that was written with hope for an action, unequivocally and emphatically, to stop the Iranian bomb.
“Nowadays, I decided to expand the publishing of the book to the worldwide. The reason- time is running out. I do not expect that others will protect us, but just looking for vital support from the free world people, to all means that the people of Israel will take in order to protect their family lives in front of the Iranian atomic bomb, whatever it takes.”
https://twitter.com/offerbin
Without doubt there is an islamic bias in the media in the Uk underplaying the misdeeds of islam and islamists.
w wman uk

Liverpool, UK

#39674 Jul 23, 2013
w wman uk wrote:
<quoted text> Sorry mug not into little girls and if l beat my wife she would fight back.
islam certainly distinguishes between the believer and non believer in fact there are pages on punishments and hatred toward them.
islam death to non believers nazzis death to non believers. islam for world domination nazzies for world domination.
All way are to be the muhumnas way or off with your head all ways were to be the nazzis ways or off with your head.
islam must punish and kill all Jews nazzies must kill all Jews.
It is a glorious death to die for islam nazzis it is a glorious death to die for the fatherland nazzis.
The nazzies were a political cult islam is a political cult take iran for instance the clue is in the name thicki the islamic public of iran.
lf it looks like a dog turds smells like a dog turds dont expect people to swallow it.
That is republic mug.
w wman uk

Liverpool, UK

#39675 Jul 23, 2013
offer binshtok wrote:
The Day After The Iranian Bomb
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/iran/TQ9B1O2...
EBook with purpose – for free: The Day After The Iranian Bomb
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8aGhOOtXzN3d...
The book purpose
The book aim is to arouse public opinion from the bottom, in order to press the Israeli leadership to act now with no delay, and take action to stop the Iranian bomb by any means.
The book was handed to top opinion leaders and all communication networks: Channel 2, Broadcasting, radio stations, Channel 10, Israel’s foreign networks: CNN, FOX, French network, German network, Al-Jazeera, Reuters. Moreover, provided copies to Maariv and Yedioth Ahronoth
The book was sent as well to all 120 members of the Knesset, dedication addresses these words:
“I have the words, and you have the power, you have to do everything and with all means to stop the Iranian bomb.”
All of that was written with hope for an action, unequivocally and emphatically, to stop the Iranian bomb.
“Nowadays, I decided to expand the publishing of the book to the worldwide. The reason- time is running out. I do not expect that others will protect us, but just looking for vital support from the free world people, to all means that the people of Israel will take in order to protect their family lives in front of the Iranian atomic bomb, whatever it takes.”
https://twitter.com/offerbin
No you have it all wrong our resident islamist says they want nuke tec for peaceful perposes he must be telling the truth after all hes a mooslim and holier than anyone else.

rtloder

Since: Nov 12

Sydney, Australia

#39677 Jul 23, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Islam is a major world religion, it does not distinguish between worldly matters and spiritual maters.
It provides teachings in all spheres of life.
To call it a political cult, means you have no knowledge about Islam, which becomes clear from your every post.
What you have a hateful mind and body and you cannot see anything beyond that hate.
You need a cure, fast and effective. Why not join Islam, it would cure you of all your diseases?

Spot on , excellent invitation.
We could clean her up in two shakes of a lambs tail.
Provided her really isn't a he.
And he hasn't been sheep farming in New Zealand.
Then it would take considerable more.
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#39678 Jul 23, 2013
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GOP Lawmaker Calls for 'Increased Surveillance' of Muslims After Attack

By Julian Pecquet

April 20, 2013 "Information Clearing House" -"The Hill" - Rep. Pete King (R-N.Y.) called for “increased surveillance” of Muslims on Friday, saying the Boston Marathon bombing suspects' links to Chechnya represented a “new front” in the war on terror.

“Police have to be in the community, they have to build up as many sources as they can, and they have to realize that the threat is coming from the Muslim community and increase surveillance there,” the chairman of the House subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence told National Review.“We can’t be bound by political correctness. I think we need more police and more surveillance in the communities where the threat is coming from.”

He went on to suggest that the two suspects' Chechen background and Tamerlan Tsarnaev's visit to Russia last year suggested increased radicalization of the Chechen community. The two brothers immigrated to the United States in 2001 from Kyrgyzstan, and the FBI has so far not released any evidence that they did not act alone.

“There’s never been any history of any threats emanating in this country from the Chechen community,” King told the Review.“So in a way this opens up a new front in the war.”

Later, on CNN, King said reports that Tamerlan Tsarnaev followed a radical cleric linked to al Qaeda needed to be probed. He said homegrown terrorism presented a more dangerous threat than attackers coming in from overseas, who might be easier to stop.

“Obviously, something happened to these two, and it's something that has to be really examined and examined fully,” he said.

King acknowledged that, so far, there's no evidence that the attackers were anything more than disaffected youth who self-radicalized.

“There is a question as to whether these two on their own could have done all that's been done,” he said.“But the fact is right now there's no evidence at all” of a wider threat.

And he defended his earlier statement comparing the Boston bombing, which killed three people, to the coordinated 2008 attack on Mumbai, which left 164 people dead — including nine of the 10 attackers.

“My speculation is that these two never intended to escape,” King said.“You don't have a second round of explosives unless you're going to carry out a second wave of attacks. So when they went out today, I don't think it was to escape ... I think they were going to go down fighting.”
See also

Lest we forget: Sen. Lindsey Graham on the NDAA, Indefinite Detention of American Citizens: The bill allows the president to send the military literally anywhere in the world to detain civilians - even American citizens in the United States itself - without charge or trial.

In case you missed it: We Japanese Americans Must Not Forget Our Wartime Internment: Seventy years ago, US soldiers bearing bayoneted rifles came marching up to the front door of our family's home in Los Angeles, ordering us out.

Gary

Columbus, OH

#39682 Jul 25, 2013
MUQ wrote:
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So why make all that noise that "Iran got a New President"!!
Do we ask who became Prime Minisiter of Isreal?
haven't you figured out the difference yet ?
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#39683 Jul 25, 2013
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What Is the Threshold for Martial Law?

By Anthony Gregory

April 20, 2013 "Information Clearing House" -"Independent Institute" - It seems simple enough. Publicly available evidence shows two young men implicated in the horrific massacre in Boston this Monday, the shooting of the officer at MIT, crimes against others, and violent resistance against the police. One brother is dead and the other on the lam. And so the police have locked down Boston, Cambridge, Belmont, and Watertown. There are tanks and heavily armed officers all over the streets. They go door to door, without warrants, searching for the suspect.

The crime of April 15 was unspeakable. The bombers murdered three people, including an eight-year-old boy, and injured two hundred more, many of them maimed and missing limbs. An atrocity like this, of course, represents everything civilization must oppose.

I cannot help but wonder what the standard is that triggers the martial-law response we’re seeing in New England. If these bombers had murdered three but not caused as many injuries—if the sheer terror of their crime had not reached this magnitude—would Boston look like a totalitarian state right now? What if the police needed to find a serial killer? Or what if a city was home to lots of violent crime in general?

If the suspect escapes into another city tomorrow, can the police lock down one city after another until they find him? And how long will this go on? They might catch him and it might all end and Boston could be back to normal, if we can call it that, by the end of the weekend. What if he isn’t caught for a while? What if a future suspect implicated in a gruesome and dramatic criminal act next year manages to escape justice for months?

Can the police now just shut down cities, transportation, and—as they did on Monday*—cell service for as long as they deem necessary? Should normal denizens really have no say of their own on whether they will risk the violent threats that might await them outside? If they have no right to walk about freely today without expecting, at a minimum, serious harassment from authorities, can the same be true on any other day?

People tolerate extreme police powers when they seem temporary. The martial law after Katrina gave way to more civilized policing, such as it is in New Orleans. But what if the emergency persists? What if the U.S. becomes home to a crime plausibly labeled terrorism every couple months—can we expect a state of constant siege? Even then, the threat to any given American would be very statistically low. Yet the gruesomeness and horror could legitimize all sorts of overreaction.
w wman uk

UK

#39684 Jul 26, 2013
ARABS AND their nazzi boyfriends
ARABS AND NAZIS - CAN IT BE TRUE?
by Elliott A Green
Whitewashing the Arab historical record has long been the practice not only of Arab spokesmen but of the Arabs' Western and Communist sympathizers. Among the most persistent efforts to this end have been the denial and belittling of Arab involvement with the Nazis and the Holocaust.
In fact, many Arab nationalist leaders - from Morocco in the west to Iraq in the east - not only sympathized with the Nazis but cooperated with German agents before and during World War 2. The most outstanding Arab Nazi collaborator, however, was the leader of the Palestinian Arabs, Haj Muhammud Amin el-Husseini, Mufti of Jerusalem.
Husseini spent most of World War 2 in the Axis domain in Europe. He conferred officially with Mussolini and Hitler. In a petition he submitted together with other Arab leaders, Husseini urged the Fuehrer in the name of the Arab nation to recognize the Arab right to solve "the Jewish Question" in the Arab countries. Later he helped the Germans recruit an SS division among the Bosnian Muslims, exerting his influence over their imams, later on inspiring them during their service.
One researcher tells us, "The Mufti worked closely with the Nazi machinery responsible for exterminating Jews." (1)
This apparatus was part of the SS headed by his friend Himmler. Husseini made energetic efforts to further the mass murder process by preventing the emigration of Jews from the Axis domain. He petitioned the governments of Axis Croatia, Hungary, Rumania, and Bulgaria, as well as their patrons in Germany and Italy, and neutral Turkey,(2) to prevent Jews from leaving the Axis zone.
w wman uk

UK

#39685 Jul 26, 2013
Towards the end of the war, when the Axis satellite states of Eastern Europe could see the looming Nazi defeat, they made plans to release Jews, especially children, from their territory, in return for various considerations or perhaps in order to clear themselves with Allied public opinion. The Mufti, hearing of these plans, exerted his considerable diplomatic influence among the Germans and their satellites to stop these children and adults from escaping their fate under the Nazis. For instance, Husseini wrote to the Prime Minister of Bulgaria, an Axis partner, urging Bulgaria to send 4,000 Jewish children to Poland where they would be "under stringent control" in his words (letter of June 5, 1943). These children, he asserted, presented "a degree of danger to Bulgaria whether they be kept in Bulgaria or be permitted to depart from that country." (3)
w wman uk

UK

#39686 Jul 26, 2013
Under "stringent control" in Poland, apparently, these children would no longer represent a danger to Bulgaria. He also delivered a note to the same end to the German Foreign Ministry which in turn instructed its ambassador in the Bulgarian capital to bring to the Bulgarians' attention the common German-Arab interest in preventing the departure of these children. Thus, the Mufti succeeded in blocking the further release of Jewish children from Bulgaria. That same summer of 1943, he sent a similar letter to the Rumanian foreign minister. He again urged sending Jewish children -- 1,800 this time -- to Poland where they would be under "active supervision." (4)
Husseini even intervened with the Germans against trading Jews under their control for fellow Germans (including the so-called Templars) who had been interned by the British in the Palestine mandate, perhaps thusly showing himself more resolute in finishing off the Jews than were the Germans themselves. Complaining to SS chief Himmler about this planned trade, the Mufti wrote, "It is to be feared that further Jewish groups may leave Germany and France." By "further" groups, he had in mind his earlier, unsuccessful attempt to prevent Egyptian Jews from leaving the Axis domain as part of a larger group of Egyptians. "In my letter to you of June 5, 1944, I referred back to our conversation in which I reported to you on the inclusion of [Egyptian] Jews in the exchange plan of some Egyptians living in Germany.

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