Possibility: Is Saddam A U.s. Agent?
Posted 29 January 2003 - 01:48 PM
THE US HAD MILITARY PRESENCE IN IRAN
DURING THE TIME OF THE SHAH.
ONCE UPON A TIME IN MANHATTAN, USA,
A GROUP OF IRANIANS ON THE STREET INSISTED THAT THE (FORMER) AYATOLLAH
KHOMEINI WAS REALLY A U.S. AGENT.
I RAN THAT BY A UN PERSON WHO SAID:
"YEAH, I'VE HEARD RUMORS TO THAT EFFECT"
CRAZY AS THAT MAY INITIALLY SOUND,
CAN YOU OF ANY POSSIBLE REASON WHY
WOULD HAVE SET HIM AND/OR SADDAM
AND/OR BIN LADEN (ALL OF WHOM HAD
SOME CONNECTION BACK TO THE CIA)
UP IN THAT "POSITION"?
Posted 29 January 2003 - 01:55 PM
NO GROUP IS PERFECT
AND SOME PLANT THE IDEA
OF HOW "STUPID" THEY "REALLY" ARE
THEY KNOW THEIR ENEMY
WILL BECOME THE "BEST" DISSEMINATORS
OF THIS DISINFORMATION
WHEN ONE CONSIDERS THE WHEELS WITHIN
WHEELS MACHINATIONS OF THOSE WHO MOVE
THE SHAKERS, NOTHING MUCH SURPRISES ME
WHAT NEVER FAILS TO CONTINUE TO CATCH
MY ATTENTION - IS THOSE CASES WHERE A
SINGLE ENTITY SPONSORS BOTH SIDES OF A
Posted 29 January 2003 - 05:02 PM
Now that I think about it, the entire arab region was americas friend and the US sent in the airforce when Israel was loosing the war. So the US back stabbed all of them. Guess you always need to look over your shoulder with the US being your friend and supporter.
Posted 18 February 2005 - 05:27 AM
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A Long Record of Abrupt Climate Changes
Ice cores extracted from the two-mile thick Greenland ice sheet preserve records of ancient air temperatures. The records show several times when climate shifted in time spans as short as a decade.
The Younger Dryas ?about 12,700 years ago, average temperatures in the North Atlantic region abruptly plummeted nearly 5?C and remained that way for 1,300 years before rapidly warming again.
The 8,200-Year Event ?A similar abrupt cooling occurred 8,200 years ago. It was not so severe and lasted only about a century. But if a similar cooling event occurred today, it would be catastrophic.
The Medieval Period ?An abrupt warming took place about 1,000 years ago. It was not nearly so dramatic as past events, but it nevertheless allowed the Norse to establish settlements in Greenland.
The Little Ice Age ?The Norse abandoned their Greenland settlements when the climate turned abruptly colder 700 years ago. Between 1300 and 1850, severe winters had profound agricultural, economic, and political impacts in Europe.
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