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#4941 woj1@cyberonic.

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Posted 20 March 2005 - 11:48 AM

The Japanese forced up to 200,000 women, mostly Koreans but also Filipinos, Chinese and Dutch, into sexual slavery during World War II.
Dozens of court cases seeking compensation from Asia's World War II-era sex slaves and forced laborers are still pending in Japan.
The high court judge said what the sexual assault against them was not systematically conducted or authorized by the Japanese government. http://news.xinhuane...ent_2714611.htm
The woman was killed and about 400 people received treatment in hospitals following a 7.0 magnitude earthquake in the southwestern Kyushu island Japan.
Maybe it is God punishment after all. :)
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Posted 20 March 2005 - 12:42 PM

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice suggested Sunday that European governments are irresponsible if they sell sophisticated weaponry to China that might one day be used against U.S. forces in the Pacific.
"II is the United States, not Europe, that is defending the Pacific,"

South Korea , Japan and the United States are all Pacific powers and all contribute resources to keep the Asia-Pacific region stable,.
In contrast to the closed society of North Korea, Rice said, "you can come here and think what you want and ask me anything
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Posted 20 March 2005 - 01:05 PM

---Western plans to moderate Putin's behavior through conciliation and engagement have failed. They should now be reassessed.
Neither a crushing political defeat in Ukraine's December elections nor a friendly session of tough-love diplomacy with President Bush in Slovakia last month persuaded Putin to change tone, much less gears.
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. Coming only weeks after Putin's meeting with Bush, the Maskhadov killing is an operational setback as well as a public relations problem for Washington.
It derails a subtle, behind-the-scenes effort by the Bush administration to nudge Putin toward seeking a political solution in Chechnya -- an outcome that only Maskhadov might have been able to deliver, in the view of some U.S. officials.
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. Both Russian dissidents and Chechen guerrillas predict that the rebellion will now be a fight to the finish that will be marked by even more horrendous terrorist acts.
Bush's need for Putin's help in the global war on terrorism gave him little room to pressure the Russian on Chechnya.
Bush's instinctive liking for Putin seems to endure: For one thing, neither of them does nuance. "One cool dude" is the way Bush described Putin to another leader shortly after first meeting him in June 2001. The Russian president is "Vladimir" when they talk and "Puty" on Bush's long list of nicknames.

It is not just Chechnya. One leader who talked with Putin in recent weeks recounts that the Russian launched a long tirade against the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), which was established in 1975 to monitor security, human rights, democracy and other issues. NATO is "a serious organization" and presents no problems for Russia, Putin said, according to the surprised European official. It is the OSCE that is intent on destabilizing Russia, interfering in its former sphere of influence by encouraging democracy in Ukraine, Georgia and elsewhere, the Russian leader maintained.
This paranoia has led Putin to try to block funding for the body of 55 nations. The West must present a united front against this disastrous course and against other self-defeating lurches of retrenchment and isolation by Putin.
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder is best positioned to lead in establishing and communicating to Putin U.S. and European expectations and constraints on Russian behavior. But Schroeder will need strong encouragement, and perhaps prodding, from Washington, London and Paris to get him to take a firmer line with Putin. Only if Schroeder is convinced that Putin is choosing self-defeating options will the chancellor intervene.
Not long before going to Bratislava, Bush asked a foreign leader two vital questions that are late in coming but nonetheless welcome. They were, as relayed to me in paraphrase: Was I too trusting in my first meeting with Putin? Did I overinvest in him?
To ask those particular questions is to begin to answer them, correctly. If Putin won't change gears, Bush and his partners must. http://www.washingto...-2005Mar11.html
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Posted 20 March 2005 - 07:51 PM

Donald Rumsfeld said the insurgency in Iraq could have been cut short if allied military forces had been able to attack through Turkey at the onset of the war.
The Turkish parliament voted against allowing as many as 62,000 U.S. troops to use the nation's bases before the start of the war two years ago. As a result, U.S. forces seized an airfield in northern Iraq to fly in armored vehicles for an attack on Baghdad.
``Had we been successful in getting the 4th Infantry Division to come in through Turkey in the north when our forces were coming up from the south out of Kuwait, I believe that a considerably smaller number of the Baathists and the regime elements would have escaped,''
. Shortfalls in recruiting for the National Guard and reserves are being countered by higher-than-anticipated numbers of troops in Iraq and Afghanistan staying in the service,.
http://quote.bloombe...18Ng&refer=home,

We all know that that Turkey won for US the first Iraq war , and in result Turkey lost billion of dollars. . In second war Turkey demanded good payment for the service what US refused to pay, erroneously believing in US chances to win the war.
But critical assessing the situation is part of strategy.
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Posted 21 March 2005 - 11:52 AM

When hundreds of Americans are allowed to die from hungry, starvation and cold on snow, when Iraqi victims are even not accounting for;
the American creates big theater for the fate brain damaged of Terri Schiavo.
Taking the Senate's lead, the House early Monday passed a bill to let the woman's parents ask a federal judge to prolong Schiavo's life by reinserting her feeding tube. President Bush) signed the measure less than an hour later.
Instead of concerning for the life of leaving people , they pretend very much care for the dead body.
On Friday Bush (without in this case of press coverage) tried to cut US expedite for Medical care , it didn
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Posted 21 March 2005 - 12:49 PM

UNLIKELY TO BLOCK that is why
I want Islam in Europe.

Only Islam can return dignity to the Europe.
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Posted 21 March 2005 - 01:33 PM

Israel to build 3,500 new homes for Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank to cement its hold on Jerusalem, government sources said Monday, drawing Palestinian warnings that peace efforts were at risk. http://www.reuters.c...storyID=7957247
By expanding settlements in the West Bank, Israel gives the impression that it intends to exchange Gaza for a 'Greater Israel',"

"Israel is responsible for any consequences resulting from this continuous violation of the road map," he said. "I don't think the Palestinian leadership and people can tolerate this."
Asked about the new project, a U.S. official said: "We expect Israel to abide by its commitments under the road map."

The first city, Jericho, was handed over last week. But a snag in security arrangements held up the transfer of the second city, Tulkarm, which has been expected Monday.

Oil is up today, I think that is right that US citizens pay Israel's bills, isn
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Posted 21 March 2005 - 01:52 PM

a. $55 per barrel-- 58.55%
b. $60 per barrel- 17.68%
c. $65 per barrel- 23.77%

http://www.xinhuanet...lish/index.htm:)
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Posted 22 March 2005 - 12:25 PM

After nearly nine months in a Japanese detention cell, American chess legend Bobby Fischer appears to have cleared the final hurdle on his way to freedomFischer, 62, has been in Japanese custody since his arrest at the Tokyo airport in July.
He is wanted in the U.S. for violating sanctions against the former Yugoslavia by playing a chess match there. http://story.news.ya..._bobby_fischer.
Which free country will vote for Japan ese US slaves for permanent place in security consul ?
Israel for sure.:)
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Posted 22 March 2005 - 01:01 PM

The UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has laid out his ideas( written by US ) reform of UN .
Reform has the dual challenge of re-establishing confidence in the UN itself and of re-engaging its largest member, the United States.
The first called for an expanded Security Council, proposed a new doctrine of intervention where a government failed in a "responsibility to protect", outlined a "peace-building commission", urged reform of the UN's Human Rights Commission and offered a definition of terrorism for general agreement.

The first called for an expanded Security Council, proposed a new doctrine of intervention where a government failed in a "responsibility to protect", outlined a "peace-building commission", urged reform of the UN's Human Rights Commission ( eliminate Cuba and Zimbabwe) offered a definition of terrorism for general agreement.
So far Cuba is right and well.
G-77 meeting in Cuba focuses on South-South cooperation .
The Group of 77 (G-77) started a meeting here on Monday to discuss ways to boost South-South cooperation.
At the opening ceremony, Zhou Yiping, director of special unit for South-South cooperation of the United Nations Development Program, said developing countries have played a very important role in promoting the regional and world economy and trade.

Created in 1964, the G-77 comprises 132 developing countries, the largest group of its kind http://www.xinhuanet...glish/index.htm
Congratulation Cuba!:)
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Posted 22 March 2005 - 01:16 PM

Indonesian president orders probe into Ambon bombing
that injured five people earlier Monday.
Kalla acknowledged security authorities have not made any arrest in connection with the attack, which he said was possibly carried out by members of the separatist movement South Maluku Republic (RMS).
Kalla said the government is struggling for the extradition of RMS leader Alex Manuputty who has fled justice to the United States since November 2003:)

http://news.xinhuane...ent_2730102.htm
Similarity with Chechnya?
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Posted 22 March 2005 - 01:26 PM

Premier Pak Bong Ju of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) arrived in Beijing Tuesday morning, starting his first official visit to China after taking office in 2003.
As guest of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, Pak is scheduled to visit Shanghai, Shenyang and Anshan besides Beijing, according to diplomatic sources.
Pak visited China in 2004 accompanying DPRK top leader Kim JongIl.
Analysts here believe that the six-party talks on the Korean Peninsular nuclear issue and economic cooperation between China and DPRK will be high on Pak's agenda during the visit. http://news.xinhuane...ent_2728027.htm
China might don
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Posted 22 March 2005 - 02:09 PM

Arab summit in Algeria.
The Arab leaders are expected to discuss a draft resolution on reviving the Arab peace initiative.
The draft, based on a Jordanian proposal spells out the terms for normalizing relations with Israel -- Israeli pullout of territories it has occupied since the 1967 Middle East war, a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital and recognition of the rights of Palestinian refugees.

Absence including Lebanese President Emile Lahoud, Jordanian King Abdullah II and Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah.

http://news.xinhuane...ent_2730385.htm
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Posted 23 March 2005 - 03:56 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
When hundreds of Americans are allowed to die from hungry, starvation and cold on snow, when Iraqi victims are even not accounting for;
the American creates big theater for the fate brain damaged of Terri Schiavo.



You got that right, Woj. But you know in the jungle everything is camouflage.;)
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Posted 23 March 2005 - 07:16 AM

Well done lads.

Howdy DonQ, still pumping out your pamphletes?

check out:

www.judicial-inc.biz/interment_camps.htm

Use the lower hyphon between interment and camps.

Woj, if you want to protest at the option of the wolf-witch you can e/mail either of the following World Bank Directors.

tscholar@worldbank.org ( Thomas Scholar, the British rep)

edeutscher@worldbank.org ( Eckhard Deutscher, German)

pduquesne@worldbank.org (Pierre Duquesne, France)

Arab Summit:
Draft reolution on how thw Arab lambs must lie down next to the
Zionist lion. So God can bless them.
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Posted 23 March 2005 - 12:37 PM

Originally posted by Bader

Woj, if you want to protest at the option of the wolf-witch you can e/mail either of the following World Bank Directors.

Draft reolution on how thw Arab lambs must lie down next to the
Zionist lion. So God can bless them.


Paul Wolfowitz, President George W. Bush's choice to lead the World Bank, gained support from European Union nations as Italy and the Netherlands joined Germany in saying they'll back his nomination.
. Italian Finance Minister Domenico Siniscalco said he has always ``always supported'' Wolfowitz.
Grasser said he respects the U.S. tradition of picking the World Bank president.
We shouldn't give dramatic signals that EU and the U.S. are carving up the international financial institutions.
``If Paul Wolfowitz is confirmed by the World Bank, people will be pleasantly surprised by this man,'' U.K. Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said today on British Broadcasting Corp. radio. ``He is a very experienced public servant.''
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And it is correct. American soon will be without Social Security , because Bush spent money on wars.
So that time Americans they will need Wolfowitz to borrow money from World Bank as every developing country.
If not social program will be no difference between US and Bangladesh. And US Government is right when stops to pay Social Security.
US society pays to Social Security Found and doesn
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Posted 23 March 2005 - 01:02 PM

Originally posted by donquijote
You got that right, Woj. But you know in the jungle everything is camouflage.;)


BBC is failing apart ; Not many station intend to pay for BBC News when it is only Echo of Washington propaganda.
Good Bye the Israel pie. Cheep camouflage doesn
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Posted 23 March 2005 - 01:31 PM

Originally posted by donquijote
You got that right, Woj. But you know in the jungle everything is camouflage.;)



Lufthansa, Swiss Air sign takeover agreement
GENEVA, March 22 (Xinhuanet) -- Germany's flag carrier Lufthansa signed an agreement late Tuesday in Zurich to take over Swiss International Air Lines . http://news.xinhuane...ent_2732850.htm
Country which with US too much cooperates not long sole exists.
Still Swiss permitted to yodel on their hills. :)
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Posted 23 March 2005 - 01:49 PM

Originally posted by Bader
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Draft reolution on how thw Arab lambs must lie down next to the
Zionist lion. So God can bless them. [/B]




Not at all; Lamb status is Arab camouflage, you don
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Posted 23 March 2005 - 02:46 PM

Waco, Texas; place where Clinton killed 100 US citizens without any American outcry.

Among the issues with Canada are the country's lumber exports to the U.S. A U.S. plan this month to resume imports of Canadian cattle. Canada, meanwhile, has rejected Bush's request to take part in a planned ballistic missile defense.
Canada declined to participate in the invasion of Iraq without United Nations backing. Since then, Canada has contributed funds to reconstruction and is helping to train police.
Canada's refusal to take part in a planned ballistic-missile defense system after a personal appeal by Bush during his visit to Ottawa. Before becoming prime minister, Martin backed such a plan; he shifted course in the face of pressure from Liberal Party members and polls showing public opposition.
``We really don't get it,'', the U.S. ambassador to Canada told reporters Feb 24.
Martin needs to show that cooperation with the U.S. and Mexico will advance Canada's interests .``
Canada just days before the summit by saying that the U.S. could move ``very quickly'' to resume imports, provided the government prevails in the courts.
To the south, Fox has pressed the U.S. for easier immigration policies that Bush has been unable to deliver because of opposition in his own party.
Many Mexicans feel that crossing into the U.S. to work is their right.
http://quote.bloombe...Crno&refer=home

Martin shifted course in the face of pressure from Liberal Party members and polls showing public opposition.
``We really don't get it,'', the U.S. ambassador to Canada told reporters Feb 24. It looks that US ambassador has problem with understanding democracy. :)
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