Iran warplane shoots at U.S. drone

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An Iranian warplane opened fire on an unarmed U.S. military drone conducting surveillance near Iranian airspace Nov.
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“bless the USA”

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#63
Nov 13, 2012
 
ocxz wrote:
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At least it can think which is more that can be said for you.
You will always be the dumb american.
Kennyboy kennyboy what crass ignorance and what a fail boy.
Who cares what a poorly educated clod like you thinks of anyone or anything?
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Nov 13, 2012
 
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Too subtle for you? The point is, the more Iran militarizes the straits the more other countries will work around them, laying pipelines, railways, special ports and offshore facilities, and developing alternative sources of oil elsewhere.
Exactly!
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Nov 13, 2012
 
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OH, Ollie, you are so funny!
"An Egyptian jihad leader, with self-professed links to the Taliban, called for the “destruction of the Sphinx and the Giza Pyramids in Egypt,” drawing ties between the Egyptian relics and Buddha statues, local media reported this week.
“All Muslims are charged with applying the teachings of Islam to remove such idols, as we did in Afghanistan when we destroyed the Buddha statues,” he said on Saturday during a television interview on an Egyptian private channel, widely watched by Egyptian and Arab audiences.
Thats all very interesting but whats your point?you said the U.S. has a problem with jihadists,you don't seem to have a problem with them killing Serbs,Russians,and Syrians,like i said ask Bill Clinton why he sent them to Bosnia and his friend Izetbegovic gave Bin Laden a Bosnian passport.

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Nov 13, 2012
 
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Thats all very interesting but whats your point?you said the U.S. has a problem with jihadists,you don't seem to have a problem with them killing Serbs,Russians,and Syrians,like i said ask Bill Clinton why he sent them to Bosnia and his friend Izetbegovic gave Bin Laden a Bosnian passport.
Ollie, you old clown you, I know asking you to think is a bit of a leap, but just think what that ignorant SOB could do with the Louvre. It is a methaphor for what Islam will surely to to the entire globe if it can.

"Morgan Al-Gohary, a radical jihadi sheikh, says he would destroy the Sphinx and the pyramids without hesitation if he could, in order to rid the Earth of what he calls “pagan idols”. Unfortunately, Al-Gohary has already succeeded in destroying other artifacts, such as the Bamyan Buddhas in Afghanistan, and says he would have no hesitation when it came to taking down the famous Egyptian monuments despite the fact that many think they were placed there for all of mankind, and not just for one religion."
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Nov 15, 2012
 
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Ollie, you old clown you, I know asking you to think is a bit of a leap, but just think what that ignorant SOB could do with the Louvre. It is a methaphor for what Islam will surely to to the entire globe if it can.
Correction

"It is a methaphor for what Islam will surely to to the entire globe according to my unsupported comments if it can (yeah all is in the IF it can) but i cannot prove if it can or not."

IF

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does not make facts
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Nov 15, 2012
 
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Too subtle for you? The point is, the more Iran militarizes the straits the more other countries will work around them, laying pipelines, railways, special ports and offshore facilities, and developing alternative sources of oil elsewhere. Iran just doesn't get it any more than you do. DUH.
militarizes the straits ?

Once again you suffer from utter blindness by eluding the fact that it is the United States who has been militarizing the middle east with military bases and navy concentration.
Bear in mind that Iran militarizing the region is more logical than the US because it is HOME ground for them
"what kind of dumb expression is militarization it means eveything & nothing" ?

The other countries would develop alternatives with or without Iran.

You are still acting like a jingoistic spoilt little american brat that lives on credit but insists on giving lessons to others.

Were you not saying that iran currency devaluation would bring them to their knees in no time.

What happened ?

You also pretend they are developping nuclear weapons.

Where are they ?
In Irak maybe ?
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Nov 15, 2012
 
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Correction
"It is a methaphor for what Islam will surely to to the entire globe according to my unsupported comments if it can (yeah all is in the IF it can) but i cannot prove if it can or not."
IF
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does not make facts
Israel will be around long after your pathetic azz is dead and buried. Deal with it!
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Israel will be around long after your pathetic azz is dead and buried. Deal with it!
Really ?
Why should I care about Israel being around before or after i'm dead ?
Do I care about Tibet or Sweden being around ?
nope i have to say these thoughts never cross my mind.

Why is that ? Maybe because a normal person having a normal life does not think about these things.

But now what about you ?

You wake up and your first worry is the survival of Israel ?
Why then when confronted with your lack of argumental skill, and faced with a factual comment post on Iran or propaganda, you have to abuse others verbally, and bring the Israel subject on the table ?
You feel under attack ?

Did I mention israel in my previous post ?
Why do you suddenly bring it on ?

You are a hasbarat ?
you want to derail the subject ? Like a hasbarat ?
you abuse like a hasbarat ?

you are jewish ?

I know you go to school in the USA because of your schoolboy playground language.
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Nov 18, 2012
 
I am sorry again and again.
I am a slow thinker.
I have another solution in explanation.
(Now, I can take a good long sleep.)

In short,
Feudal-Society and Absolute-Monarchy were destroyed,
because Samurai, Knights, and Nobilities
were worse than merchants in money-counting, money-making, and business.

Samurai, Knights, and Nobilities were bad in money-counting, money-making, and business.

I love money.
I love GM, Ford, Chrysler, General Electric.
I love Rockefeller.

Do you really love Samurai and Knights?
Then, you will be poor.
(Even I can understand that some young-people love romanticism.)
(As you can see, I donot have anything to do with romanticism.)
Money, money, money, money, money!

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militarizes the straits ?
Once again you suffer from utter blindness by eluding the fact that it is the United States who has been militarizing the middle east with military bases and navy concentration.
Bear in mind that Iran militarizing the region is more logical than the US because it is HOME ground for them
"what kind of dumb expression is militarization it means eveything & nothing" ?
The other countries would develop alternatives with or without Iran.
You are still acting like a jingoistic spoilt little american brat that lives on credit but insists on giving lessons to others.
Were you not saying that iran currency devaluation would bring them to their knees in no time.
What happened ?
You also pretend they are developping nuclear weapons.
Where are they ?
In Irak maybe ?
Recall that Iran threatened US allies in the region, and the world has an interest in the free movement of oil via the straights. Protecting those interests makes good geopolitical sense. One can only wonder what the region might be like if Islamists had a free run of the place.

And no, other countries did not develop alternative routes until it was obvious what Iran had in mind.

I am pretending nothing. The IAEA only yesterday opined as to the status of Iran's enrichment of fissionable fuel:

"A leaked report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said there were 2,784 centrifuges at Fordo, and that Iran could soon double the number operating from 700 to 1,400.

The IAEA’s report concluded that the agency was “unable… to conclude that all nuclear material in Iran is in peaceful activities”.

Do you not have free access to the news there?
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Nov 18, 2012
 
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Recall that Iran threatened US allies in the region, and the world has an interest in the free movement of oil via the straights. Protecting those interests makes good geopolitical sense. One can only wonder what the region might be like if Islamists had a free run of the place.
And no, other countries did not develop alternative routes until it was obvious what Iran had in mind.
I am pretending nothing. The IAEA only yesterday opined as to the status of Iran's enrichment of fissionable fuel:
"A leaked report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said there were 2,784 centrifuges at Fordo, and that Iran could soon double the number operating from 700 to 1,400.
The IAEA’s report concluded that the agency was “unable… to conclude that all nuclear material in Iran is in peaceful activities”.
Do you not have free access to the news there?
Nah Iran has threatened nobody and you know it.
Words are words and interpretation of words varies among people of the same language and add to that translation of foreign languages and we have "lost and found in translation".
If today the IAEA came to the USA they would conclude the same thing, and it would be a very mellowed out understatement, with all the weapons of doom you need to "feel safe".
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Nov 18, 2012
 
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Nah Iran has threatened nobody and you know it.
Words are words and interpretation of words varies among people of the same language and add to that translation of foreign languages and we have "lost and found in translation".
If today the IAEA came to the USA they would conclude the same thing, and it would be a very mellowed out understatement, with all the weapons of doom you need to "feel safe".
Total bs and you know it.

Iran is a terror by proxy state. Eg. Hamas.
You have no arguments, just give it up and go away.

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ocxz wrote:
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Nah Iran has threatened nobody and you know it.
Words are words and interpretation of words varies among people of the same language and add to that translation of foreign languages and we have "lost and found in translation".
If today the IAEA came to the USA they would conclude the same thing, and it would be a very mellowed out understatement, with all the weapons of doom you need to "feel safe".
LOL. Right. The interpreter was mistaken. What Iran really said was, er, uh...

Iran has not only threatened, it has supported murder and terror around the globe, and YOU know it.

The IAEA said what it said about IRAN yesterday. Misdirection will not change the fact. And you know it.

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