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yeppers

Melbourne, Australia

#32782 Oct 14, 2012
TeenActivist wrote:
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Hey rightyo mookie:
What was the name of your buddy that was a paedophile rapist Christian brother that got jailed for 14 years in Australia?
No quid pro quo there babycakes.

Use your head.
Jake Bradock

Capalaba, Australia

#32783 Oct 14, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
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So am I Jake just traveling around the country were there is no access
Good to hear Shelia, united we stand......lol
Aspire

Pyrmont, Australia

#32785 Oct 14, 2012
http://news.brisbanetimes.com.au/breaking-new...

Surely a country, with pigs walking up and down its streets, can look after some little old NUCLEAR REACTORS.

Its not like bombs are going off all around the country and its neighbors country's.
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#32786 Oct 14, 2012
RM wrote:
It's pretty well known that Saudi hates and fears Iran. You'd like nothing better than to nuke it. Why not just come out and say so?

Oh right -if you did, you'd have to admit that you kill muslims. And that would be bad. So you obfuscate, lie and manipulate instead.

You need to do better than this mookie. Your taqiyya is showing.
Ans.

There might be or there might be any problem between Saudi Arabia and Iran, the question is that it is an internal problem of Muslims and you do not have any business to be concerned one way or the other in it.

Saudi Arabia and Iran have been co-existing for many centuries and there is no possibility that they or one of them would vanish from the earth.

What we hate is that you people trying to exploit the situation and creating fear and mistrust between the two leaders and selling arms and ammunition to both of them…. In case of any fights or struggle both Saudi Arabia and Iran would be the loser.

The gainers would only be you people!!

And this is truth and no TAQIYYA, there is nothing like TAQAIYYA in Islam.
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#32787 Oct 14, 2012
Cyber wrote:
Straight to the point,

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/

The middle east is a backward mess, and the only ones to blame is the ones who created it.

And its not 1.3 million Jews. Its the billions of Muslims.

Take Responsibility For you own actions and stop blaming.
Ans.

Thanks for your advice brother. Let us see how Israel figures in the current struggle and how much you people loose.
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#32788 Oct 14, 2012
"First Afghanistan, now Iraq. So who's next? Syria? North Korea? Iran? Where will
it all end?' If these illegal interventions are permitted to continue, the implication
seems to be, pretty soon, horror of horrors, no murderously repressive regimes
might remain." - Daniel Kofman, A Matter of Principle: Humanitarian Arguments for
War in Iraq

"My number one priority continues to be the security of the United States, but
also the security of Israel" - Barack Obama - 2012

"If I am president, I will begin by imposing a new round of far tougher economic
sanctions on Iran. I will do this together with the world if we can, unilaterally
if we must." - Mitt Romney

"My sons are all adults and they've made decisions about their careers and they've
chosen not to serve in the military and active duty and I respect their decision
in that regard. One of the ways my sons are showing support for our nation is helping
me get elected because they think I'd be a great president." - Mitt Romney

"Do you know what you are?
You are a manuscript of ; a divine letter.
You are a mirror reflecting a noble face.
This universe is not outside of you.
Look inside yourself;
everything that you want,
you are already that." - Rumi - September 1207 - December 1273 - Persia Poet

August 06/07, 2012
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#32789 Oct 14, 2012
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

Obama's October Surprise: Bombing Iran

By Jacob Heilbrunn

August 06, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- A devastating strike would create an upsurge of patriotism in America and fully neutralize Mitt Romney's contention that Obama is a foreign-policy wimp. It could allow Obama to sweep to victory in November.

Will he do it?

One reason he might is that Mitt Romney is singlehandedly pushing the entire debate about Israel and Iran to the right. The parameters have changed markedly. As TNI editor Robert Merry and others have noted, Romney's efforts to ingratiate himself with Jewish donors and voters have prompted him to suspend any notion of an independent American foreign policy in the Middle East. Traditionally, the green or red light for military action has come from America, at least when it comes to actions that directly impinge upon American interests.

Ronald Reagan, for instance, successfully demanded that Israel halt its attacks on Lebanon in 1983. Romney, by contrast, has effectively promised to give Israel a veto power over military action, indicating that he will do whatever Benjamin Netanyahu wants. As Romney observed in December, he would never, ever criticize Israel. Instead, he would get on the phone with Prime Minister Netanyahu and ask, "What would you like me to do?" So it's fair to say that Romney would outsource his foreign policy to Netanyahu when it comes to Israel and its enemies.
]

What's more, anyone who thinks that Romney is bluffing should think again. It's no accident that his senior adviser on the Middle East is Dan Senor, a hard-line neoconservative. As the New York Times notes today, Romney relies upon him for advice and frequently cites his book Start-Up Nation. Senor wasn't dissembling when he said in Israel that Romney was prepared to endorse an attack on Iran—he simply got a little ahead of the program.

Obama has not been far behind in giving Netanyahu close to carte blanche. But he has not gone as far as Romney in endorsing the threat that Iran should be precluded from having the capability of building a nuclear weapon. But as Netanyahu champs, or tries to give the impression of champing, at the bit to bomb Iran, Obama must be weighing whether or not he should call Netanyahu out on his threats. So far, the Obama administration has been doing everything in its power to dissuade Israel from speedy action. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta's visit to Israel was another sign that the administration is trying to reassure Israel of its commitment to its security. But his emphasis was on sanctions:

The most effective way to stop Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon is for the international community to be united, proving to Iran that it will only make itself less secure if it continues to try to pursue a nuclear weapon.
But as Romney calls for "any and all measures" to stop Iran, Obama surely could deflate his sails by launching a strike in October. If it worked, he would be hailed as a hero.

MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#32790 Oct 14, 2012
The consequences of a strike wouldn't be felt for at least a few weeks—the nightmare scenario is that an oil shock would result in a quadrupling of oil prices, plunging the world into a new Great Depression. Enough time for Obama to sail back into office as a tough foreign-policy president. Given Obama's congenital caution and sobriety, he seems unlikely to follow such a course. But it should not be ruled out. The neocons may be closer to helping bring about an assault on Iran than even they realize.

They've already captured Romney. But they may also be on the verge of capturing Obama. Their sustained campaign of pressure, in other words, may be more effective than anyone has acknowledged.

For the fact is that Obama already has amply demonstrated his ruthlessness when it comes to confronting America's adversaries. If he were able to carry out regime change in Tehran, he might even start referring to himself as the new Decider.

This article was originally published at The National Interest ©2010 The National Interest.
rightyoh mookie

Melbourne, Australia

#32791 Oct 14, 2012
MUQ wrote:
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Ans.
There might be or there might be any problem between Saudi Arabia and Iran, the question is that it is an internal problem of Muslims and you do not have any business to be concerned one way or the other in it.
"There might be of there might be" pretty much says it all mookie.

And your 'internal problems of muslims' is everyone's business when your 'might or might be' enemies want to nuke your arse and you want U.S. protection from it.

Don't ever tell me what my concerns are mookie baby. You stick your big fat nose into my f*cking concerns all day long and as long as you keep doing it you're going to get what's coming to you.
Serpent

Calgary, Canada

#32792 Oct 14, 2012
MUQ wrote:
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There might be or there might be any problem between Saudi Arabia and Iran, the question is that it is an internal problem of Muslims and you do not have any business to be concerned one way or the other in it.
Hey RM, tell us more about this Sunni, Shea problem that the Muslims are having..

Muslims can't coexist amongst themselves let alone with western countries.

Tell us RM, we want to see how stupid these Muslims are..
rightyoh mookie

Melbourne, Australia

#32793 Oct 14, 2012
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Ans.Saudi Arabia and Iran have been co-existing for many centuries and there is no possibility that they or one of them would vanish from the earth.
Don't count on it. Your 'brothers' in Iran, as you well know, are as dangerous a pack of lunatics as you are.

There is every possibility that 'they or one of them'(sic)(meaning YOU) will in fact vanish from the earth. You're so frightened that it will be YOU that you've even committed to an alliance with the U.S., which you clearly hate, because according to YOU it is run by JEWS.

So mookie wookie is in a political alliance with JEWS because according to you, JEWS run the U.S. and somehow this means that none of this is anyone else's concern?

How stupid are you, exactly?

Never mind answering that - it's been aptly and amply demonstrated over and over on this thread.

You must hate your own guts boy.
Leaping Lenny

Australia

#32794 Oct 14, 2012
If the muslim world acted like civilized humans beings good things would follow, for every action has a reaction.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/

Its not just one muslim state, its all of them consumed with greed.

Having a violent religion as the basis of a state the result is violence.
rightyoh mookie

Melbourne, Australia

#32795 Oct 14, 2012
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Ans.What we hate is that you people trying to exploit the situation and creating fear and mistrust between the two leaders and selling arms and ammunition to both of them…. In case of any fights or struggle both Saudi Arabia and Iran would be the loser.
The gainers would only be you people!!
And this is truth and no TAQIYYA, there is nothing like TAQAIYYA in Islam.
"...you people"? You mean the JEWS that you claim run the world and that you are allied with in order to provide protection from Iran?

"Nothing like Taqiyya in Islam" is taqiyya in its basest form.
Jake Bradock

Capalaba, Australia

#32796 Oct 14, 2012
MUQ wrote:
The consequences of a strike wouldn't be felt for at least a few weeks—the nightmare scenario is that an oil shock would result in a quadrupling of oil prices, plunging the world into a new Great Depression. Enough time for Obama to sail back into office as a tough foreign-policy president. Given Obama's congenital caution and sobriety, he seems unlikely to follow such a course. But it should not be ruled out. The neocons may be closer to helping bring about an assault on Iran than even they realize.
They've already captured Romney. But they may also be on the verge of capturing Obama. Their sustained campaign of pressure, in other words, may be more effective than anyone has acknowledged.
For the fact is that Obama already has amply demonstrated his ruthlessness when it comes to confronting America's adversaries. If he were able to carry out regime change in Tehran, he might even start referring to himself as the new Decider.
This article was originally published at The National Interest ©2010 The National Interest.
Hmmmm the consequences might be very high fuel prices ? So! enjoying cheaper fuel for a few years then faceing an nuke threat from an unstable regeime like Irans would the least of our worries in the west.

What would we say to future generations when trying to explain why we allowed iran a nuke capability ? we had a few years of cheaper fuel ?
I`d rather pay 10 bucks a liter than allow them nukes.
aiesha s

Sydney, Australia

#32797 Oct 14, 2012
TeenActivist wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey rightyo mookie:
What was the name of your buddy that was a paedophile rapist Christian brother that got jailed for 14 years in Australia?
Who Cares?
aiesha s

Sydney, Australia

#32798 Oct 14, 2012
Jake Bradock wrote:
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Hmmmm the consequences might be very high fuel prices ? So! enjoying cheaper fuel for a few years then faceing an nuke threat from an unstable regeime like Irans would the least of our worries in the west.
What would we say to future generations when trying to explain why we allowed iran a nuke capability ? we had a few years of cheaper fuel ?
I`d rather pay 10 bucks a liter than allow them nukes.
Very true, Jake. Those Ayatollahs are stark raving loonies.

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#32799 Oct 14, 2012
TeenActivist wrote:
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Hey rightyo mookie:
What was the name of your buddy that was a paedophile rapist Christian brother that got jailed for 14 years in Australia?
There were photos from this never released, showing at least one of the poor guys being stripped while being carried away to be burned alive.

Stripped naked and burnt alive.
Nevill

Australia

#32800 Oct 14, 2012
The Little Things wrote:
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There were photos from this never released, showing at least one of the poor guys being stripped while being carried away to be burned alive.
Stripped naked and burnt alive.
Thats the life ey?
Frantelle

Australia

#32801 Oct 14, 2012
TeenActivist wrote:
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Hey rightyo mookie:
What was the name of your buddy that was a paedophile rapist Christian brother that got jailed for 14 years in Australia?
Mohammad was his name,

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_paci...

“He doesn’t have a father, so there is no one to stop this.”

What's your point blacee, we jail them in safe decent Australia, whereas in the middle east ..... NOTHING HAPPENS except the raping goes on Night after Night....... you clown
aiesha s

Sydney, Australia

#32802 Oct 14, 2012
The Little Things wrote:
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There were photos from this never released, showing at least one of the poor guys being stripped while being carried away to be burned alive.
Stripped naked and burnt alive.
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