What would it take for Russia to be #1?
Posted 22 June 2004 - 05:27 AM
firstly a secular (progressive) oil rich nation with a leader that had his country air tight (substantially) from outside manipulation and harder to penitrate their systems given the record of the sons.
Israel had already attacked it in 1981.
Hussein was educating and training his own people which seems in contracst to Saudi Arabia which imports experts (to occupy its territory) when it should train its own people.
This is taking for granted that being anti-Zionist was the top of the hit list which brackets both Iraq and Iran, although Iran is not Arab.
Also taking for granted the point I mentioned yesterday about the the nationalising Iraqi oil and the deposing of the Shar which
had a similar effect.
If Iraqis are the friendiest arabs to pick on, they must be welcoming the GIs to heaven where twenty two virgins await them.
Iraq was becoming a wrong role model to the rest of the Arab nation that would have complicated and undone all the work by the zionists.
Making an example of it has had a huge impact on the Nation as
evidenced in the last Arab League meeting. They are all talking about becoming more "democratic" which probably spells
reforms to come into line with the Road Map/economic region (Greater Israel).
Posted 22 June 2004 - 12:17 PM
Iraq has only 25 mln people iwhen Iran over 60mln , and was disabled after 10 years US sanctions. Therefore it seems to Bush the easy *piece of cake*. .
Iranians are not Arabs; Fact is that Persian language belongs to Indo-European languages as English, Polish, Russian or French indicates that they are related to European nations. . IranoScythians (Sarmatians, Samarians) besides Ironsmith brougth Slavs also words ; raj. or nebo, woda etc. Christianity is Zoroastrian without paying patent infringers
Posted 22 June 2004 - 01:46 PM
One expects that end of civilization will be because the shortage of oil, but people live without oil thousands years, so it is not true.
Civilization will end because of an movement of earth balance. People seldom remember that Earth is liquid mainly steel inside. Some even say that temperature is higher than on surface of our Sun.
Powerful bombing decided to penetrate in deep of Earth will push Earth to respond.
First it was Turkish earth quake after US Yugoslavia bombing, next were Iran Earthquake after Iraq bombings.
Some might be more destructive and expected less than Sodom and Gomorrah .
So when for one might be news;
Posted 22 June 2004 - 04:49 PM
I'm out of town/jungle so my contributions may not be so frequent, though I consider most of the job has been done. We've proven 1000 times that living with the lion is bad for your health...
The job that remains now is passing the message around so it reaches the little people. Every contact that can be made, should be made, high and low.
I'm confident it'll happen because I've seen the reaction on little people's faces. They really want to come out of the jungle. They sense the lion will otherwise eat them...
Well, this is a letter from Michael Moore. As far as I can tell (though he's never replied to me) the guy is real. His latest documentary has really touched a nerve, perhaps digging near the puppeteer himself. No wonder Big Brother doesn't want you to see it...
(sorry to reproduce in full, but I got no website for it)
We're a week away from the nationwide opening of "Fahrenheit 9/11" and not a day goes by where we don't have some new battle to fight thanks to those who are still working overtime to keep people from seeing this film. What's their problem? Are they worried about something?
A Republican PR firm has formed a fake grassroots front group called "Move America Forward" to harass and intimidate theater owners into not showing "Fahrenheit 9/11." These are the same people who successfully badgered CBS into canceling the Reagan mini-series a few months ago. And they are spending a ton of money this week to threaten movie theaters who even think about showing our movie.
As of this morning, a little over 500 theaters have agreed to show the movie beginning next Friday, June 25. There are three national/regional theater chains who, as of today, have not booked the movie in their theaters. One theater owner in Illinois has reported receiving death threats.
The right wing usually wins these battles. Their basic belief system is built on censorship, repression, and keeping people ignorant. They want to limit or snuff out any debate or dissension. They also don't like pets and are mean to small children. Too many of them are named "Fred."
This new nut group is the Right's last hope in limiting how many people can see this movie. All of their other efforts have failed.. Let's recap:
1. Roger Friedman at FOX News reported that the head of the company which first agreed to fund our film
Posted 22 June 2004 - 05:32 PM
President George W. Bush's approval rating among adults in the U.S. climbed in the last month as more Americans said the military effort in Iraq was going well, according to a poll from the Pew Research Center. Michael Forsythe at email@example.com
Who say that Bush doesn
Posted 23 June 2004 - 11:10 AM
quoting Christopher Kremmer from his book The Carpet Wars.
He went on to say that Zoroaster incorporated aspects of their previous faith, Mithraism, which included a god of light who came to earth via a miraculous birth and was resurrected after death.
Christianity was named after/based on a person who live two thousand years ago. Lucifer (=false light bearer) the lion satan
existed long before and knew the prophesies, which is why King Herod slaughtered Jewish boys after hearing from the wise men (Magi?) from the east (Persia?)visiting the child born to be King of the Jews.
I have seen the moveon site supporting Michael Moore, it appears to be just a Democratic manipulating an opportunity to get votes for kerry and against Bush- one Bonesman for another,
same false light bearer.
They should remember what the Jewish Klu Klux Klan did for Mel Gibsons movie The Passion when they (ADL) tried to denounce it as anti-semetic, made everyone want to see what the screaming was all about. I would tell all the young folk dont see it because its disrespectful of national leaders. They would flock to it.
Posted 23 June 2004 - 07:07 PM
that despised the faith and sort the material blessings promised to Abrahams descendants which one of the prophets of the Old Testament said would continue down to the end of the world as
we know it.
That puts them inside the zionist plan of today- false claim to the holyland, a bridgehead to capture the oil and gas through terrorism and destablising the nations around her.
Currently they are training the Kurds for commando operations
against the surrounding nations and use them for intelligence
penetration. The US has boosted their budget for the same area so their will be alot of assasinations of people who are considered
enemies while they stir the pot. So Iraq will stay unstable and the surrounding countries will have increased tension. The cancer continues to spread outwould from 1948.
They may have inspired Hussein in his early days to treat the Kurds harshly in order to create a hatesourse for their future operations.
The video assasinations are of the same holywood sept 11
industry in the psychological side of the war.
GOre wont attack his commander-in-chief so blames the rats around him. Kerry doesnt seem to have anything of substance all he does is act as though he is opposition but as the situation gets more complex he will be seen as having nothing to offer
and they will decide the devil we know...
Posted 24 June 2004 - 11:25 AM
Among European Union members on the council, only close U.S. ally Britain was prepared to vote in favor:)
Posted 24 June 2004 - 07:10 PM
by taking loans from the IMF.
The Saudis pulled billions out of the US why should the Turks
fellow muslims go to the Fed dominated IMF, when within Islam
there is huge fortunes that could be used.
This is one of the reasons I dont respect the claims against Osama Bin Laden. Their biggest enemy is within which is why the zionist-neocons are winning.
Does this mean that the US are immune from prosecution for war crimes up till now?
The UN should be in deep crisis over the whole war/sanctions
because it was all a setup. The US and Britain should be suspended from the Security Council pending a full review. Likewise Annon should be suspended.
All those countries who gave the immunity from prosecution should be included in reparations. The tax payers will not forget
those political parties in a hurry.
The choice in the world in no longer between the good and bad
but between the rotten and badly rotten. But then I guess when we look at the standard of govt across the world which make up a majority in the UN we cant expect much better while the developed world is just as filthy corrupt-sociopathic as DonQ
Posted 24 June 2004 - 07:26 PM
which indicates Bush knew about what was about to happen or was happening on the morning of sept 11 before he went to the
Heres an interesting one:
someone claims that "ana raicha al-qaeda" note the last phase
al-qaeda, means I am going to the toilet!
Posted 25 June 2004 - 11:50 AM
Therefore many funny articles came to the light. One example;
*If Turkey wins a favorable vote in December, it will need about a decade to complete the complex process of preparing for actual EU membership. During that decade, the EU will probably be pressed to extend its reach even further. The countries of the western Balkans
Posted 25 June 2004 - 01:42 PM
So you see wsj proved that majority of Americans reject wage increase. ha, ha ha.
Regardless where you have poll you get answer you want. . .
Posted 26 June 2004 - 05:37 AM
Woj, you may not, but it's in everybody's interests that Americans know what's going on. Perhaps they would even see the waste of money and lives in Iraq. You know, they may be as well informed as the Russians were under communism...
THE PROBLEM WITH US MEDIA
1. A handful of companies dominate.
Five media conglomerates --Viacom, Disney, Time Warner, News Corp. and NBC/GE-- control the big four networks (70% of the prime time television market share), most cable channels, vast holdings in radio, publishing, movie studios, music, Internet, and other sectors. [Consumers Union/Parents Television Council]
2. Big Media are a powerful special interest in Washington.
Media companies intent upon changing the FCC media ownership rules have spent nearly $100 million on lobbying in the last 4 years. FCC officials have taken more than 2,500 industry-sponsored junkets since 1995, at a pricetag of $2.8 million. [Common Cause, Center for Public Integrity]
3. Consolidation fosters inferior educational programming.
After Viacom purchased the independent KCAL in Los Angeles, children's programming plunged 89%, dropping from 26 hours per week in 1998 to three hours in 2003 (the minimum requirement set by Congress). TV stations air programs like NFL Under the Helmet and Saved by the Bell, claiming they meet educational programming requirements. [Children Now, FCC]
4. Cable rates are skyrocketing.
Cable companies lobbied for and won deregulation in 1996, arguing that it would lower prices. Since then, cable rates have been rising at three times the rate of inflation. On average, rates have risen by 50%; in New York City, they've risen by 93.7%. [US PIRG]
5. Big Media profit from a money-dominated campaign finance system.
In 2002, television stations earned more than $1 billion from political advertising --more than they earned from fast food and automotive ads. You were four times more likely to see a political ad during a TV news broadcast than an election-related news story. [Alliance for Better Campaigns]
6. Big Media use the public's airwaves at no charge.
The total worth of the publicly-owned airwaves that U.S. broadcasters utilize has been valued at $367 billion --more than many nations' GDPs-- but the public has never been paid a dime in return. And the broadcasters claim they can't afford to be accountable to the public interest! [Alliance for Better Campaigns]
7. Independent voices are fading.
Since 1975, two-thirds of independent newspaper owners have disappeared, and one-third of independent television owners have vanished. Only 281 of the nation's 1,500 daily newspapers remain independently owned, and more than half of all U.S. markets are one-newspaper towns. [Writers Guild of America, East; Consumer Federation of America]
8. Consolidation is killing local radio.
The number of radio station owners has plummeted by 34% since 1996, when ownership rules were gutted. That year, the largest radio owners controlled fewer than 65 stations; today, radio giant Clear Channel alone owns over 1,200. [FCC]
9. Consolidation threatens minority media ownership.
Minority ownership --a crucial source of diverse and varied viewpoints-- is at a 10-year low, down 14% since 1997. Today, only 4% of radio stations and 1.9% of television stations are minority-owned. [Writers Guild of America, East]
10. The free flow of idea and information is being stymied.
No copyrighted work created after 1922 has entered the public domain --an incubator for new ideas-- due to corporate-sponsored legislation extending copyright terms. If laws being considered today had been in effect a few generations ago, you wouldn't have access to products such as VCRs and copy machines. [U.S. Copyright Office, FCC, Electronic Frontier Foundation]
Posted 26 June 2004 - 05:46 AM
same false light bearer.
They should remember what the Jewish Klu Klux Klan did for Mel Gibsons movie The Passion when they (ADL) tried to denounce it as anti-semetic, made everyone want to see what the screaming was all about. I would tell all the young folk dont see it because its disrespectful of national leaders. They would flock to it.>
It can certainly be a possibility, but we should welcome any effort to get rid of Bush. Unless you think Bush is helping the undoing of America and certainly risking a world conflagration better than any other.:confused:
For one, everybody knows where the lion is...
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