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LRS

Shreveport, LA

#143266 Feb 19, 2013
Shakalaka wrote:
<quoted text>
No mas pantelones from you telling that damn lie. It has EVERY THING TO DO with Obama being Black. You people are such liars. You need to go into confession. And what in the hell would you people know about integrity? OMG! Let me ease your pea brain. It doesn't f**king matter how many "unknowns" exists in his past. His past is none of your damn business. HE IS THE PRESIDENT. FOUR MORE YEARS. Sorry if you have a problem accepting that FACT.
Accept it or not ...who gives a flying F**k? There is absolutely Nada you can do about it. But cry...cry...cry...cry...cry... .cry....cry....cry....cry....c ry....
I'm loving every moment of it. Hey...*whispering*(he could be a muslim dude...in cahoots with Al quada...a communist...a socialist...from Kenya...not american, hiding stuff,out to get whitey,giving free stuff to the black people... yeah...ooooweeee! Is it time for your Pill now?
You people are beyond CRAZY. Now...wait... The News is on. They just said another white baby, Russian this time, adopted by a crazy ass white American family is DEAD.Beaten to death! Now Russia is banning you idiots from adopting. Wonder if they checked these mofo's birth certificate, college transcipts or mental health records? You people need to back up off Obama and check your own peeps out! There lies the problems.
You really are a dipshyt. If he's the president of this country, which I am a citizen of, then it is most definitely my business. You sound as though you're worried about his past. Gee, I can't see why! LOL Really, keep your Obumbler propaganda to yourself. We've heard all this BS before. One more time for the learning challenged, I could not care less what color the man is. You, on the other hand, have made your racist views quite clear for all to see. Bravo racist!!! squidink

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#143267 Feb 19, 2013
Hey nebka and Jacques, did you miss this?

From Wiki; Initially there were hopes that post-occupation Iran could become a constitutional monarchy. The new, young Shah Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi initially took a very hands-off role in government, and allowed parliament to hold a lot of power. Some elections were held in the first shaky years, although they remained mired in corruption. Parliament became chronically unstable, and from the 1947 to 1951 period Iran saw the rise and fall of six different prime ministers.
In 1951 Prime Minister Mohammed Mosaddeq received the vote required from the parliament to nationalize the British-owned oil industry, in a situation known as the Abadan Crisis. Despite British pressure, including an economic blockade, the nationalization continued. Mossadegh was briefly removed from power in 1952 but was quickly re-appointed by the shah, due to a popular uprising in support of the premier and he, in turn, forced the Shah into a brief exile in August 1953 after a failed military coup by Imperial Guard Colonel Nematollah Nassiri. Shortly thereafter on August 19 a successful coup was headed by retired army general Fazlollah Zahedi, organized by the American (CIA) with the active support of the British (MI6)(known as Operation Ajax). The coup — with a black propaganda campaign designed to turn the population against Mossadegh — forced Mossadegh from office, and was remembered with anger by Iranians. Mossadegh was arrested and tried for treason. Found guilty, his sentence reduced to house arrest on his family estate while his foreign minister, Hossein Fatemi, was executed. Zahedi succeeded him as prime minister, and suppressed opposition to the Shah, specifically the National Front and Communist Tudeh Party.
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Since: May 10

Location hidden

#143268 Feb 19, 2013
Or how about this?

From Wiki; Abadan Crisis
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anglo-Iranian Oil Company in Abadan
The Abadan Crisis occurred from 1951 to 1954, after Iran nationalised the Iranian assets of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (AIOC) and expelled Western companies from oil refineries in the city of Abadan (see Abadan Refinery).
Contents [hide]
1 Prelude
2 Nationalization
3 Coup d'้tat
4 See also
5 Notes
[edit]Prelude

The AIOC was the United Kingdom's "single largest overseas asset" and a "source of national pride" in the British post-war era of Clement Attlee, and Ernest Bevin. Even as late as the "1940s and early 1950s some high British officials still believed that Persian petroleum was actually and rightly British petroleum because it had been discovered by the British, developed by British capital, and exploited through British skill and British ingenuity." [1]
In stark contrast, Premier Mosaddeq believed the 1933 concession granted to the AIOC by Iran was "immoral as well as illegal". Mosaddeq "challenged every aspect of the British commercial presence in Iran". The British feared that if Mosaddeq's policies prevailed, "nationalists throughout the world could abrogate British concessions with impunity.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#143269 Feb 19, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
A very simple fact: Prior warming and cooling has nothing to do with current models indicating a significant contribution of human activity on the current climate situation.
And the ignorant dropouts don't think top climatologists are aware of climate changes over the eons?
Sad.
Time shall tell. Weren't the polar caps supposed to be gone by now? LOL Now, as far as I know, "dropout" only applies to jakeleg and probably you. LMAO!!!!! braindead bedbug
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#143270 Feb 19, 2013
Poor Birfoons

An 0 for 3 Day! And after Oily assured you that Astrue was in default.

Welcome to 2013 - a YEAR when it must really suck to be a pathetic ignorant Birfoon

http://www.scribd.com/mobile/doc/126288478

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#143271 Feb 19, 2013
Do you remember when Venezuela nationalized it's petroleum in 2007 and stole property from Exxon? Well last year Exxon won one lawsuit awarding them $255 Million and there is still another lawsuit still going.
I country can not just take another county's property. In 1951 there were no real world courts so the United States and Britain interceded when the Iranian parliament tried to take their property.
But to you Progressives, we are the evil ones. Why if we had not developed their oil resources, they would all still be in rags!
Oh, the only poor American Indians are the ones still living on reservations.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#143272 Feb 19, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>"I just do a Google search"?
All this proves is that Rouge is a delusional rube.
Someone please toss our resident chimp a peanut! That usually quiets him down. LMAO! LMAO! LMAO! fakesquid
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#143273 Feb 19, 2013
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
That no president has ever produced his school records is a fact Mr. Liars not a disagreement.
That the only president to produce a birth certificate is Barack Obama is a fact as well.
That the ignorant birfoon is a fact denier is also a fact.
That you would disagree was inevitable.
What exactly does a computer generated document prove? Not one damn thing! slaveboi
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#143274 Feb 19, 2013
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry, wrong post
That no president has ever produced his school records is a fact Mr. Liars not a disagreement.
That the only president to produce a birth certificate is Barack Obama is a fact as well.
That the ignorant birfoon is a fact denier is also a fact.
That you would disagree was inevitable.
And you being a dumb, blind, brainwashed, imbecile is also inevitable.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#143275 Feb 19, 2013
The man is disgusting. Not to mention, he hasn't a clue how to run a country. Pitiful! IT WAS HIS IDEA!!!

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/02/19/ob...
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#143276 Feb 19, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Do you remember when Venezuela nationalized it's petroleum in 2007 and stole property from Exxon? Well last year Exxon won one lawsuit awarding them $255 Million and there is still another lawsuit still going.
I country can not just take another county's property. In 1951 there were no real world courts so the United States and Britain interceded when the Iranian parliament tried to take their property.
But to you Progressives, we are the evil ones. Why if we had not developed their oil resources, they would all still be in rags!
Oh, the only poor American Indians are the ones still living on reservations.
I wonder how many know that it was the U.S. that showed them how to get the oil out of the ground. Probably not many.
Jacques Ottawa

Ajax, Canada

#143277 Feb 19, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Bawny Fwank wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, several days ago you stated that the reason why gun deaths are way up in Shitcago is because they can get guns from other states to which I brought to your attention that Wash. DC was at it's lowest murder rate in 50 years. DC also has very strict gun laws and is adjacent to states that have Liberal (Conservative) gun laws.
So just why is Shitcago having runaway gun murders why DC is at a 50 year low? And for the second time in three days I post a link too!
D.C. Murder Rate For 2012 At 50-Year Low
Mayor says he'll continue to focus on reducing crime
By: Martin Di Caro // December 31, 2012
http://wamu.org/news/12/12/31/dc_murder_rate_ ...
Maybe DC has such a low murder rate because they got rid of Mayor Marion Barry!<quoted text>
Can you read? I mean can you f-ing read and comprehend?!? You blame the gun violence in Shitcago on guns brought from other states but when I give you Washing DC as an example, YOU IGNORE IT!!!
Stop being a broken record!
First ,stick with Chicago as that is where we started. I stated what I thought was the reason for so many gun killings in Chicago, which, incidentally , is bucking the trend, as most major cities in the US have seen decreasing numbers of gun killings.

As to Washington, YOU brought it up,I never mentioned it. There are mild and soft gun purchasing rules and homicides by firearms are down. That's good news. Could it be that outlying areas of DC are more afflutent and therefore less prone to be vagabonds and low lifes and therefore import less arms into DC?

Getting frustrated, Rogue? You don't like getting stuffed, proven worng and proven to be a bullshshitter at every turn?
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#143278 Feb 19, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>I wonder how many know that it was the U.S. that showed them how to get the oil out of the ground. Probably not many.
It was also the US powers that be that assumed they would remain ignorant and dependent on us. Ingrates!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#143279 Feb 19, 2013
jakeleg, I do believe you managed to clownstomp yourself. LMAO!!!
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#143280 Feb 19, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
<quoted text>It was also the US powers that be that assumed they would remain ignorant and dependent on us. Ingrates!
That be that be?
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#143281 Feb 19, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
<quoted text>
It was also the US powers that be that assumed they would remain ignorant and dependent on us. Ingrates!
They assumed? Hmmm...
Jacques Ottawa

Ajax, Canada

#143282 Feb 19, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Sure I stand a chance, a good one. You make this same mistake over and over. A typo each time? I think not. Trying to cover your errors is exactly what you're doing. FUSD
You don't stand a chance in hell. You're out-spelled, out- grammared, out-syntaxed and out-compositioned. Try me, loser. And you know, English is only my second language. Imagine what I'd do to you in French, my 1st, and Italian and Spanish. Go away, unkempt unwashed peasant.

And : conjunction
An : article, though disputed by wojar whose opinion I respect as opposed to your rants and foul language.

“zero nuclear weapons”

Since: Sep 08

Perryville

#143284 Feb 19, 2013
Rouge
our actions back them consequences every country we over thew has come back to bit us in the ass

Guatemala 1954
Cuba 1959
Democratic Republic of the Congo 1960-65
Iraq 1960-63
Dominican Republic 1961
South Vietnam 1963
Brazil 1964
Ghana 1966
Chile 1970-73
Afghanistan 1979-1989
Nicaragua 1981-1990

There no dought others we don't know about but many of these have come back to haunt us???
Pdamerica org

Bay Shore, NY

#143285 Feb 19, 2013
Braindeadlintards wrote:
<quoted text>
Snore! Blah, blah, blah, republicans are bad because Hollywood dipshites like Woopie Pie and Chris rocks for brains, tell you to follow mien obummer, now your "Father"!
Hurry CNN has more Libtard propaganda for you to follow!
Paul Pillar served for 30 years as an analyst at the CIA, finishing his career as the national intelligence officer for the Near East and South Asia.
Question: At least the way the story is told by [journalist] Bob Woodward, is that even then the president is asking Rumsfeld to begin war plans.[Counterterrorism expert] Richard Clarke reports that [there is] lots of conversation about "Let's get ready." That's the fall [of 2001]. You're the Middle East guy for the Central Intelligence Agency, and you're not receiving any formal requests, any requests for information, any intelligence requests?...
Pillar
I did not receive any requests from a policy-maker on Iraq until about a year into the war. Now, this is to be distinguished from our military, which was doing a lot of the planning work and making many, many requests, usually at other levels, but some of my colleagues in the National Intelligence Council were involved in supporting the military planning. But no, I did not.
Q
A year into the war meaning when?

Pillar
Meaning close to mid-2004.... Remember, things like the infamous National Intelligence Estimate [NIE] on weapons of mass destruction, which was published in the fall of 2002, that was not requested by the administration; that was requested by Congress.

Q
Wait a minute. The Bush administration, the vice president, president, did not ever ask the Central Intelligence Agency for an intelligence assessment?

Pillar
I want to be precise. From my seat on the National Intelligence Council,... not just the CIA but the entire intelligence community,... no, I did not receive any request on Iraq.... There were other requests being made, from DIA to CIA, particularly by the military as they faced their very awesome job of planning.

Q
But not the vice president?

Pillar
No, sir.

Q
Not the president? Not the national security adviser?

Pillar
The course had already been set.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/darks...
Jacques Ottawa

Ajax, Canada

#143286 Feb 19, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Hey nebka and Jacques, did you miss this?
From Wiki; Initially there were hopes that post-occupation Iran could become a constitutional monarchy. The new, young Shah Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi initially took a very hands-off role in government, and allowed parliament to hold a lot of power. Some elections were held in the first shaky years, although they remained mired in corruption. Parliament became chronically unstable, and from the 1947 to 1951 period Iran saw the rise and fall of six different prime ministers.
In 1951 Prime Minister Mohammed Mosaddeq received the vote required from the parliament to nationalize the British-owned oil industry, in a situation known as the Abadan Crisis. Despite British pressure, including an economic blockade, the nationalization continued. Mossadegh was briefly removed from power in 1952 but was quickly re-appointed by the shah, due to a popular uprising in support of the premier and he, in turn, forced the Shah into a brief exile in August 1953 after a failed military coup by Imperial Guard Colonel Nematollah Nassiri. Shortly thereafter on August 19 a successful coup was headed by retired army general Fazlollah Zahedi, organized by the American (CIA) with the active support of the British (MI6)(known as Operation Ajax). The coup — with a black propaganda campaign designed to turn the population against Mossadegh — forced Mossadegh from office, and was remembered with anger by Iranians. Mossadegh was arrested and tried for treason. Found guilty, his sentence reduced to house arrest on his family estate while his foreign minister, Hossein Fatemi, was executed. Zahedi succeeded him as prime minister, and suppressed opposition to the Shah, specifically the National Front and Communist Tudeh Party.
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Do you understand one iota of the cut-and-paste you just posted? It runs counter to your previous thinking on Iran, shows that Mossadegh was unlawfully and forcefully removed via machinations by British oil interests and the CIA. Are you sane?

The takeover of the U.S. Embassay was not an Iranian govt action. However, in its revolutionary fervour it wrongly and unlawfully permitted the holding of hostages. Reagan gave in, thus the Iran-Contra fiasco. I don't think he should not have negotiated the release of the diplomats. But hey, that is just my opinion, not a fact.

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