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#4761 woj1@cyberonic.

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Posted 08 February 2005 - 08:12 PM

BELARUS PAYS OFF IMF DEBT
Belarus settled the last installment of its debt to the (IMF) on 1 February, Belapan reported on 7 February, citing Finance Ministry spokesman Mikhail Valkouski.
"Belarus has met its liabilities under IMF loans fully and in due time specified by the loan agreements,"
A member of the IMF since 1992, Belarus received a total of $294.6 million from the fund in 1993-95. National Bank of Belarus announced that it would no longer borrow from the fund. JMhttp://www.rferl.org/newsline/3-cee.asp
US so hate Byelorussia because she refuses to walk on USrael leash . :)
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Posted 08 February 2005 - 08:22 PM

Yevgenii Primakov, an eminent expert on the Arab world, began on 6 February a four-day trip to Syria and Iran, Primakov is also visiting Lebanon and Jordan to discuss Russia's trade relations with countries in the Arab world.
Russia's has a lot to offer the Arab world, RBK reported. In particular, Primakov mentioned cooperation in the aviation, energy, and transport sectors. It is no secret that there are forces that, want to divide the world along national-religious lines," . "Russia is a reliable partner of all those who are against the unilateral use of force without the authorization of the UN Security Council." Russia is united with the Arab world on two issues: Iraq and Palestine. http://www.rferl.org...sline/1-rus.asp
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Posted 08 February 2005 - 08:59 PM

Originally posted by Bader

Turkey gaining its old empire? You have to be joking.
The planned Middle east Market will be the new Ottoman Empire and you know who will pull the strings there.



Turkey develops relations with Syria and Iran

In an interview with Turkish private TV channel Khabar Turk, Gul said "Ankara's relations with Syria and Iran are in the interest of Turkey politically, economically and strategically as they serve security, stability and peace in the region." Gul pointed out that Ankara couldn't ignore its great economic interests in its relations with Syria and Iran because of the others' reactions.

He pointed out that during its openness efforts with the regional states and developing its relations with them, Turkey will not take into its account sensitivity and considerations of the others. http://www.arabicnew...2005012608.html

Washington is working to take preventive measures to slow Iran's quest for power. For instance, one preventive measure - and a measure that has been in place for years - is US economic sanctions.

Washington's sanctions policy has not beeny effective. Iran's economic sectors remain heavily reliant on energy resources. China and India, both of which have a growing demand for energy resources.

Because of this, Tehran is able to compensate for US economic sanctions through its growing relations with China and India. Further, in the case of China, it is not in Beijing's present interests to see Iran weakened and for the US to be strengthened, since increased US influence in the Middle East and Central Asia is looked on by Chinese policymakers as a threat to China's growth as a regional power. These geopolitical interests are linked to pipelines and other infrastructure investments through Central Asia that have everything to do with China's and India's interests in Iran.


Two regional US allies that are affected by Iran's upcoming elections, and its suspected drive toward nuclear weapons, are Turkey and Saudi Arabia; on paper.
Turkey spent its Cold War years under the nuclear umbrella afforded by the US. For Ankara, and NATO has become more of a symptom of the past than a solution to the future,.
Although the Turkish National Security Council (TBSC) has kowtowed to the theory of civilian leadership - a precondition for entrance to the EU - the essence of Turkish nationalism lies not far below the surface. Attached to this powerful notion of Turkish nationalism is the Turkish military command structure and their Ataturk-based mandate of guardians of a secularized Turkey.


In direct - yet quiet - contestation to this, the TNSC has condemned these reforms as a compromise tantamount to "selling out" the legacy of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern-day Turkey. Thus, where the Turkish military leadership would seek to meet Iran with resistance, it would be highly probable that Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's party would find themselves restraining a highly nationalistic Turkish military.. http://www.atimes.co...t/GA29Ak01.html
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Posted 08 February 2005 - 09:16 PM

EXILED OLIGARCH SAYS CHECHEN RESISTANCE HAS NUCLEAR CAPABILITIES
Oligarch Boris Berezovskii said the Kremlin should accept the cease-fire proposed by Chechen Aslan Maskhadov

Otherwise, Berezovskii said, Putin risks sharing the fate of former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic and facing the international war crimes tribunal in The Hague.
Berezovskii alleged that the Chechen resistance has a miniature nuclear explosive device but lack all the parts to detonate it.

Russian special services are not going "to comment on the delirious statements of a person who is on an international wanted list." It is "very doubtful" that the Chechen resistance is in possession of nuclear devices; even if Chechens do have such a device, it is impossible to activate one under field conditions. http://www.rferl.org...sline/1-rus.asp
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Posted 09 February 2005 - 12:29 AM

mini-nuks are allegedly inside the US as well.

Berezovskii, Jewish/Russian Mafia boss, should know, there are a lot of stuff missing from the storage that ten years ago was a major issue because Russia said they couldnt afford to secure/
dispose of ex-cold war stock. Its interesting that a Jew would have a celerbratary attitude over a group or militant Muslims in possession of a nuclear device. Says a lot doesnt.

Israel uses nucler threat as well, but for Putin to end up behind bars it will take more than the killing of school children to achieve that. If they had any decency they would send George S along to see Mr Putin and offer to sell him the best democrcay money can buy. After that and Putin rejects it then the whole world will know the Russians deserve to be nuked as terrorists.
The New York Jewish bankers who bank-rolled the Bolshevist govt
in 1917 could offer to lend Putin the money to pay Soros. Everyone should be grateful for what they do for everyone, including their own rank and file. Russians should be more grateful for all they have done for them.

Belarus pays off IMF and tells the international banker to stick it
is the best news I have heard in years. No, hang on Argentina
did bettre they refused to pay didnt they, even better!
As I said Russia and its neighbours, Central Asia and Islam should form a financial block that is non-usury and watch the rest melt like ice.

There is too much Usrael influence in Turkey, they appear to be trying to be everything to everybody looking for some credibility.
They seem to want to be important to NATO/Eu as the land-bridge to the Middle East. They were modeled on Germany
and its German High Command, the power behind the scenes
which developed from Bismarks time and the internationalist Jews
had a big imput which is why Hitler never allowed the Army to
run the war. I suspect that Israel is a further extension of the same model.

It looks like its shaping up to be an all or nothing game for the US,
they may have been misled as much as the public and dont discount the possibility of US Jewry also finding they are being betrayed by rivals using the same label.
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Posted 09 February 2005 - 01:47 PM

What type of federal spending should be most reduced next year?

Agriculture 40 %

Defense 24

Education 7

Environmental protection 9

Health care 5

Homeland security 5

Some other area 9


http://discussions.w...voices&msg=3419
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Posted 09 February 2005 - 02:03 PM

Originally posted by Bader

It looks like its shaping up to be an all or nothing game for the US,
they may have been misled as much as the public and dont discount the possibility of US Jewry also finding they are being betrayed by rivals using the same label.



Cuba and Zimbabwe selected for a panel that will decide on the agenda for a meeting of the U.N. Human Rights Commission next month.
Besides Cuba and Zimbabwe, the other members of the so-called "Working Group on Situations" are Hungary, the Netherlands and Saudi Arabia.

Casey's statement offered no criticism of the selection of Saudi Arabia, an authoritarian monarchy.
Cuba was selected to the working group based on the support it received from fellow Latin American countries. The Cuban Foreign Ministry web site said Argentina proposed Cuba for membership on the panel.
The show of hemispheric support for Cuba signaled another setback for the administration in its campaign to isolate Cuba internationally. http://story.news.ya...ts_commission_1

Last week, ignoring Bush administration objections, the European Union lifted sanctions on a suspension on Cuba imposed in 2003.
Cuba's official news agency, AIN, said that among the cases being considered by the commission this year are "the well documented atrocities committed by the U.S. government in), particularly the brutal procedures used against prisoners at the Abu Ghraib jail and at the prison camp set up at the illegal U.S. naval base located in the eastern Cuban province of Guantanamo."
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Posted 09 February 2005 - 02:56 PM

US is leading on democracy in Iraq.

The United Iraqi Alliance, endorsed by Sistani, has won nearly 2.3 million of votes.
Tthe Kurdish Alliance is in second place with 1.1 million ballots.
The list headed by Allawi is in third place with 620,000 votes.

Allawi, a U.S.-backed Shiite who favors a secular government, may see his position confirmed as a compromise that will unite ethnic and religious groups, said analysts including Rime Allaf of London's Chatham House foreign-policy institution, which advises the U.K. government on Iraq. http://quote.bloombe...dvwQ&refer=home

Am I wrong that I pray for dictatorship world wide?
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Posted 10 February 2005 - 02:44 AM

Howdy Bader
No time wasted in our long debate. Things are just moving along, but different venue. Many debates at Google and other places like this organization that concentrates on the currency issues. Still I believe coops can create the necessary no-lion environment we need. Of course there's always a chance of a Revolution, but depends on the little people...;)

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Posted 10 February 2005 - 04:20 AM

Thanks for that DonQ,

I spotted your one, I must get back later and delve a bit.

Notice the Guernsey Island ones, no taxes, no interest on their own citizens money, that was based on social credit, and proves that the problem isnt fiat money itself as many argue such as Pliny. But its not a subject to grasp in a short time.

Sistani Woj is the leading Shia so the US isnt winning. There is talk of loosing assasins to target specific people so they xcan always cut down those that are likel;y to make a success of
restoring Iraq without the Us having a hold. Saw a repor that said the Us is building 14 new military bases in Iraq, so what does that tell us.
The United Iraqi Alliance is a huge bunch of small parties so it is good that they have a clear majority that they dont have to go into coalition with any ratbags like Allawi.

Chatham House is the chief insiders think tank - Royal Institute on Foreighn Relations a sister to the CFR in Washington. Leaders in the Middle East including Israel fly to London before the make their big decisions. They say Kissinger is a Royal Institute man.

Dont pray for dictatorships Woj, just send donations to Soros.

What a joke, those appointed to the Human Rights Commission.
Like Jackson appointed to a childrens commission.
Discussing Abu Ghraid and ignoring the invasion of iraq says it all.
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Posted 10 February 2005 - 02:31 PM

Originally posted by donquijote
Still I believe coops can create the necessary no-lion environment we need. Of course there's always a chance of a Revolution, but depends on the little people...;)

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Bader/Donq;

I honor lions very high; lions never kill one each other, in contrary to peoples little or small.. An allegory doesn
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Posted 10 February 2005 - 02:50 PM

In the 1920s a Soviet biochemist, A.I. Oparin, suggested that life may have come from nonliving matter under conditions that existed on the primitive Earth, when the atmosphere consisted of the gases methane, ammonia, water vapour, and hydrogen.
According to this concept, energy supplied by electrical storms.

He was not far from the truth, at his time he couldn?
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Posted 10 February 2005 - 06:02 PM

Howdy Woj:

People have always believed it wasnt accidental.
Bruno's murder wasnt accidental either.
We are breaking up our train-truck to keep the engine going
and throwing people overboard because they think we are too many, just as Bruno was one too many. The train driver is anti-creationist.

No point in saying how wonderful the communist or suedo-communists are and what wonderful things they do for people when in their wake are huge numbers of wasted lives. They portray Darwinism - survival of the fittest. The humane will not sacrific hords just to make a prescribed state for the rest.
Third reich was another example.

Spave is curved and there is 'evidence' circulating with no date on it. Imagine a library with no order and books with no date of publication. There are energy waves that have everything that has happened recorded just like satelite tv, looking at lumps of matter in various states and in chaotic order will not be decoded by human brains, eventually the "record" will be "received" by science.
But I doubt that the present world will survive the mad-men driving it that it will get that far.
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Posted 11 February 2005 - 02:59 PM

Originally posted by Bader


Dont pray for dictatorships Woj, just send donations to Soros.


Discussing Abu Ghraid and ignoring the invasion of iraq says it all.
But I doubt that the present world will survive the mad-men driving it that it will get that far.



As long mad-men get cooperation of democratically elected vermin , world will survive, because life depends on material not on morality.

-- President Yushchenko will consult Washington as well as the authorities in Baghdad before the pullout starts. "Ukraine's military presence [in Iraq] is gradually to be reduced and to be replaced with instructors, diplomats, and businessmen," Reuters quoted. "I plan to visit Iraq in order to examine the situation. http://www.rferl.org.../cee-090205.asp
Before election Yushchenko claimed the removing Ukrainian presence in Iraq, so what is democratic election for? :)

Dictatorship is only the only government which provides accountability of power.
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Posted 11 February 2005 - 04:00 PM

Originally posted by Bader

No point in saying how wonderful the communist or suedo-communists are and what wonderful things they do for people when in their wake are huge numbers of wasted lives. They portray Darwinism - survival of the fittest. The humane will not sacrific hords just to make a prescribed state for the rest.
Third reich was another example.



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Posted 11 February 2005 - 04:15 PM

What is different between the journalist and spy?
They both pay for the same kind of work; yes, no maybe?
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Posted 12 February 2005 - 05:19 AM

Life does depend on the material because the body is a material
being although not limited to such, civilisation on the other hand depend on morality once they loose that they are on the way out.

Darwins writing and Marx's were fellow revoutionary literature
promoted to undermine the existing society.

Sir Bernard Shaw was held in high esteme by Russian communists. He may have been one of the few non-Jews to be so.

I dont think the Tird Reich is so much to blame either, but it was anothetr example.

Who does a dictatorship acount to? The Dictator.
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Posted 12 February 2005 - 02:04 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by Bader
[BDarwins writing and Marx's were fellow revoutionary literature
promoted to undermine the existing society.

Sir Bernard Shaw was held in high esteme by Russian communists. [/B][/QUOTE

Promoted to undermine the existing society? Isn
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Posted 12 February 2005 - 08:19 PM

Fabians were wolves in sheeps clothing - "elusive" strategists
over a longer term (undermining societies economy, values etc)while the others, eg Marxists, atheists etc) were more open and destructive in the immediate term.

The Protocols say that an outbreak of atheism was inevitable by-product of destablising society but would be tolerated for a season as it was aiding the cause.
Not all communists were atheists, many like Marx were Satan worshipers in the Jewish branch of Masonry.

Dont forget the unltimate plan is to rid the world of Christians and atheists who wont worship Satan. The decendants of the Hebrews would be included in the unwanted.

Eugenics was also practiced by certain "Jews". Its interesting how the cultic Nazi copied so called "Jewish" cultic policy.

Evolution like Marxism and several 'christian' cults derived from the Illuminati movement financed by Rothschilds and using Jewish Jesuits/Masony all combined in the latter part of the 18 hundreds to try and discredit Christianity the philosophical basis of the western world, and it carried on into the 19th century when the archeologists started to unearth evidence around the middle east. Archeology made fools of them so they turned to corrupting new translations, wars between Christain nations and liberalism. Bibles will soon be hate literature, you watch.

There is no evolution, the same hand betrays the same mindset
which cant be disguised. Goes back thousands of years. The Rockefellers have a new world religion for the culturally 'evolved'.
The capstone on the top of the pyramid must have four faces.
This will be one, purhaps facing east. If anyone should assit the accending capstone onto the top to be perfectly placed I expect
Shimon Peres to be the one to have such an honour. When the Pope sits in Jerusalem we will know the revolution (evolution) is complete, the four faces of Man has reached it cabalistic ultimate.

Evolution and liberalism together has cultured a mindset that we are having problems but are slowly improving and getting freer.
The opposite is more correct. As people get more confused and fearful they will surcome to world dictatorship and the lie we need to cull out certain types (eugenics) to make life sustainable.
Its already well underway in Africa.
Thats why God broke up ancient Babylon. The great dispersion as recorded in Gensis is recorded around the world in ancient cultures, the same as the flood. There is nothing new under the sun. Even GE, an extension of eugenics, is reorganising/disorganising what already exists.

In the early days of Israel Yemen babies were taken off Yemen Jewish mothers, because they were inferior, and sold to raise money for the state. They were bought for medical experimenting and human sacrifices. Same 'cult - ure' as those highly educated progressives you quoted, as found amongst Nazi,
and so ethnicity has nothing to do with it, its more like a religion.

Have you ever read James Mitchener's book "The Source" Woj?
You should be able to get it from a library. He has a clever way of bringing to life the ancient practices of various peoples who lived in the Middle East and their grotesque and lurid practices and beliefs and you will recognise there is no such thing as evolution.
It more a case of fashion in revolv-lution. Nothing new in the sexual revolution and the gay revolution of today. Nothing new under the sun.
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Posted 13 February 2005 - 11:08 AM

Originally posted by Bader
The Protocols say that an outbreak of atheism was inevitable by-product of destablising society.Evolution like Marxism and several 'christian' cults derived from the Illuminati movement financed by Rothschilds.
Thats why God broke up ancient Babylon. The great dispersion as recorded in Gensis is recorded around the world in ancient cultures, the same as the flood. There is nothing new under the sun. .



PASADENA, Calif. - Two space observatories have provided the first strong evidence of a supermassive black hole stretching, tearing apart and partially gobbling up a star flung into reach of its enormous gravity.
A powerful X-ray blast drew the attention of astronomers to the event, located near the center of a galaxy about 700 million light-years from Earth. The international team of astronomers believe gases from the star, heated to multimillion-degree temperatures as they fell toward the black hole near the heart of galaxy RX J1242-11, produced the blast.

Astronomers said a star about the size of our sun neared the black hole after veering off course following a close encounter with another star. The tremendous gravity of the black hole, estimated to have a mass 100 million times that of our sun, then stretched the star to the point of breaking.

The effect is the same that the tug of the moon has on the Earth's oceans, but with much more violent results. The black hole consumed an estimated 1 percent of the doomed star, flinging the rest out into space.

. Similar events are estimated to occur just once every 10,000 years in a typical galaxy.

Astronomers have seen other similar X-ray blasts before, but never were able to pinpoint them at the center of a galaxy, where black holes lurk. The new observations also revealed the characteristic X-ray signature expected of the surroundings of a black hole.

http://www.xposed.co....aspx?roiid=990

Do you honestly believe that God created humans on His likeness, what would means that God is resemblance of Bush or Sharon etc?
I don
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