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#4981 Bader

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Posted 26 March 2005 - 07:04 PM

What makes you think the US arent interested in Japan joining them on the inSecurity Council, Woj?

The sales from NATO to China makes the US position in north
Pacific to have a longer future. IF you call it NATO instead of Europe, and the US play a dominant role in NATO its easier to
see another side.

If information about Nazi criminals having been employed by the fore-runner of the CIA and they continued through into the CIA becomes public knowledge, its likely the US media giants will not make an issue (dumbing down) it wont then be an issue, most of the public only see an issue if the press sees one, and nor will any new information regards Japanese war crimes.

It may drift into a situation that the friction China causes may detter arms sales to her. If the US wants Japan inside the
inSecurity Council they will not want any big scandal from China
saying how bad the Japanese were. Doesnt mean anything that
the US is committing genocide in Iraq right now and they and Britain are still allowed on the inSecurity Council, because thats current. Maybe in fifty years time they might get expelled.

The Emporers iq might be low but so is the UN officials.

Pakistan appears to be similar to Israel, a phoney state that is basically built on intelligence and military structures linked to outside intelligence, playing their own respective games for the bigger game. Their respective "jewishness" and "Islamicness"
are camoflage. Note the stand-offs in the middle east, Indian subcontinent and north East Asia which are the basis of US foreign policy. And they are busy creating a new one on the southern Russian borders.
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Posted 27 March 2005 - 11:15 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Natural resources;

petroleum, diamonds, iron ore, phosphates, copper, feldspar, gold, bauxite, uranium

Exports - partners:
US 47.7%, China 23.4%, Taiwan 8%, France 7.4%

Imports - partners:
Portugal 18.2%, South Africa 12.4%, US 12.2%, Netherlands 11.6%, France 6.5%, Brazil 6.1%, UK 4.2%

Exports - commodities:
crude oil, diamonds, refined petroleum products, gas, coffee, sisal, fish and fish products, timber, cotton

Government type:
republic, nominally a multiparty democracy with a strong presidential system

Life expectancy at birth:
total population: 36.79 years :)



Guess the country name -.



Angola [/B] http://www.odci.gov/...ok/geos/ao.html[B]
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Posted 27 March 2005 - 12:42 PM

Originally posted by Bader
What makes you think the US arent interested in Japan joining them on the inSecurity Council, Woj?

The sales from NATO to China makes the US position in north
Pacific to have a longer future. IF you call it NATO instead of Europe, and the US play a dominant role in NATO its easier to
see another side.

If information about Nazi criminals having been employed by the fore-runner of the CIA and they continued through into the CIA becomes public knowledge, its likely the US media giants will not make an issue (dumbing down) it wont then be an issue, most of the public only see an issue if the press sees one, and nor will any new information regards Japanese war crimes.

It may drift into a situation that the friction China causes may detter arms sales to her. If the US wants Japan inside the
inSecurity Council they will not want any big scandal from China
saying how bad the Japanese were. Doesnt mean anything that
the US is committing genocide in Iraq right now and they and Britain are still allowed on the inSecurity Council, because thats current. Maybe in fifty years time they might get expelled.

The Emporers iq might be low but so is the UN officials.

I don
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Posted 27 March 2005 - 03:08 PM

In US thousands of people are anxious to show their Native American heritage and are turning to DNA testing for help.
Some white Americans have long claimed distant ties to Cherokee princesses or other legendary figures .
Now Indian heritage -- which can make a person eligible for federal assistance programs or a share of tribal casino profits or just satisfy curiosity -- can be determined through genetic testing. Advances in DNA screening have provided new tools to document Native American ancestry.

Although U.S. citizens typically know the broad outlines of their ancestry, for Native Americans the exact fractions of their heritage can take on heightened importance.
Nineteenth-century treaties obligate the U.S. government to provide education, health care and other services to many tribes. Indian sovereignty also means tribes can set up casinos on reservations, and Indian casinos now generate $18 billion annually and the numbers are growing.
With individuals seeking to affirm membership in recognized tribes and dozens of unrecognized tribes seeking federal acknowledgment, commercial firms have in the last two years stepped up marketing of genetic ancestry tests. "Nobody else in this nation has to prove their ancestry except for American Indians," said Ken Adams, chief of the Upper Mattaponni Tribe in Virginia which is not recognized by the U.S. government. "It's so ironic because we were the original ones."

Firms such as Genelex says that number was likely the result of intermixing following the 13th century invasion of Europe by Mongols, who hailed from the same region of Asia as the forefathers of Native Americans.
"Do you have Native American DNA?."
"A lot of people out there primarily want to find out if they have Native American ancestry, not for purposes of claiming rights to a casino http://www.reuters.c...85&pageNumber=1

On Slavs territories rightful citizens should have the Slavs, Mongols and IranoScyths combination of DNA ; everybody else should be locked in reservations. . :)
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Posted 27 March 2005 - 07:12 PM

Dont Need Analysing

DNA testing? Do they maginify the gene until they can read the label.

WHo knows where the DNA originats, they will end up moving the goalposts. Certainprivileges and payouts will get made and then research will show that such and such actually migrated there
from somewhere else before such and such a time,oops sorry,
you have to giveit back. Plus interest.

I know all about tribal payouts, certain high families get the benefit and those who are other family are scattered all over the nation and dont get anything, have no say. Just like the old days
before the white man bought a sense of equality and social justice.

This why every island nation across the Pacific is have internal
problems, all over the elite living like kings as the rest struggle.

DNA may be the way to settle who should be dominating in the Middle East. Khazas can go back and annoy the Slavs.

Japan will need to re-arm first before they push out the US.
Have Japan signed the Non-Proliferation Treaty?
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Posted 27 March 2005 - 10:39 PM

Originally posted by Bader



Japan will need to re-arm first before they push out the US.
Have Japan signed the Non-Proliferation Treaty?



Majority of Japans energy is from nuclear sources and their nuclear reports impossible to check exactly.
I think that Japan signed the Non-Proliferation Treaty as in the past Nederland did it. . It didn
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Posted 28 March 2005 - 02:54 AM

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Kyrgyzstan has been saved by George Soro and the outfit Woolsey ex-cia runs. If democracy comes so easily there is hope for America.



Howdy
America has become a maker of Frankensteins. First they create the monster, and then they fear it. It's risky business, for sure.:(

'The United States, in the context of promoting democracy, has been pushing for political reforms in Kyrgyzstan for years through groups such as the largely US government-funded National Democratic Institute.

US officials acknowledged there was always the danger of events slipping out of control. "It's such a fluid and unusual situation," said one. "We're going to have to take it day by day, hour by hour."'

http://news.yahoo.co...fp/uskyrgyzstan
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Posted 28 March 2005 - 12:26 PM

Originally posted by donquijote
"We're going to have to take it day by day, hour by hour."'



US is nation of war party. It is not the party of democracy. It is the party of autocracy. It seeks to dominate absolutely.

Plagiat from ~Senator Robert M. La Follette

But it is easy to see on South America where if more US is in is more US in South America out; Venezuela buys arms in Russia, , gas stealing in Bolivia also doesn
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Posted 28 March 2005 - 07:36 PM

Year by year. Not just hour by hour.

So who's next?

The democricy the US state promotes is their own kind, parties and polies that respond to money not the public. When the voting is over once every three or four years so is democracy
and democricy starts.

If the the Non-Poliferation Treaty was for real Pakistan wouldnt have been allowed to develop nuclear weapons and then be allowed to sell its products. The US has allowed this to happen in order to create 'evidence' to then use against countries it wants to rule.

Currently the US is allowing the f 18 to be sold to India, the first country outside the US and at the same time Pakistan is looking to buy f16s. India hasnt decided what it will buy yet, an updated f16 is an alturnative along with some Euro ones.

It might become a feature of the current worls as the UD dollar
continues to fall, an arms race to bouy up the dollar.
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Posted 28 March 2005 - 08:13 PM

Originally posted by Bader
Currently the US is allowing the f 18 to be sold to India, the first country outside the US and at the same time Pakistan is looking to buy f16s. .



I remember that few years ago US sold Pakistan F-16. US took money and changed view regarding the sell and offered the F-16 substitute. I don
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Posted 29 March 2005 - 07:25 AM

If I remember correctly the F16s were withheld from Pakistan
but I cant remember why, perhaps related to nuclear testing or the clash with India.
But those F16s were offered to NZ which sold its Skyhawks
and changed its defence force to suit UN duties not to defend the country.
Pakistan probably didnt pay anything, may have been based on a loan.
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Posted 29 March 2005 - 10:38 AM

Originally posted by Bader
Pakistan probably didnt pay anything, may have been based on a loan.



Step to follow;

I think that was Lady president of Pakistan who claimed that Pakistan paid . I believed her because Pakinstan that time was interested in receiving F-16.
Loans are given to countries like Poland who don
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Posted 29 March 2005 - 12:24 PM

Interview Gary Kasparov with David Rose;

Do you want to be a Russian president ?

Kasparow Garri, w?a?ciwie Harry Weinstein is Russian chess players.
I wonder what makes him interested for US as a candidate for Russian presidency.
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Posted 29 March 2005 - 12:54 PM

Support for Turkey's bid to join the European Union is unchanged at 75 per cent, at least half of Turks believed their country was "surrounded by enemies".

Respondents had negative feelings for Israel, Armenia, the US and Greece, and positive feelings for Germany and Azerbaijan.

http://news.ft.com/c...000e2511c8.html
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Posted 29 March 2005 - 01:29 PM

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan is again criticized for not properly confronting his son's employment by a Swiss company that won a contract under oil-for-food program.

UN already approves troops for Sudan 10,700 peacekeepers (it is oil country) http://www.boston.co...ops_for_sudan/.
China and Russia oppose the Sudan sanctions so nothing more Annan can do in UN, so for what US pressure in that time?

BTW; President Robert Mugabe is widely expected to win Zimbabwe's parliamentary elections on Thursday. .:)
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Posted 29 March 2005 - 07:43 PM

Children always expose the weaknesses of the parents before others - Annan

TRoops stationed where oil and gas and pipelines are around the world is quite interesting. Chessboard being loaded for something special?

Kasparov should be looking at the Czech republic if he is a good check-mate.

Turkey was modelled on the one built up behind Germany. I would challenge them to check out who the architects are, they might change their minds. Dont think they were German ethnicity.
I am sure you could make a good guess Woj.

You could be right about Pakistan having paid but its hasnt been an issue, there are other days and ways.

I agree with the Brazilian stand, which follows Argentina. If the
result is that socialism then steps in and nationalises everything
as an alturnative it will have just a pupet show. The international bankers are heading for a world socialist govt anyway. More than one way to skin a cat, eh.
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Posted 30 March 2005 - 12:50 PM

Originally posted by Bader

Turkey was modelled on the one built up behind Germany.
The international bankers are heading for a world socialist govt anyway. More than one way to skin a cat, eh.



Since Us attack on Yugoslavia and Iraq and lack Un protection for invaded country Annan deserves seat on electric chair.! Regarding food for oil, Annan should be brought to justice only for bringing American cigarettes as a food program.

What you mention as threat ; nationalization and socialism I see as a freedom from 30% on credit card politics.
Germany might get UN seat but Japan not.
Supporting US interest it is not always go along with own country interest. I don
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Posted 30 March 2005 - 07:08 PM

Quite ironic isnt it. The UN was formed to end wars and poverty etc and it has increased since and one of the first significant decisions the UN made was to give away territory to foreigners
in the Middle East which has been a war zone since.

It's a wolf, not a fox, garding the hen-house.

The point I was originally going to make was the Japan is the only country that hasnt got any military forces capable of even
oppressing their own people let alone attacking anyone else.
One might expect they were top of the class in the UN.

Notice that there are no details of what the reforms are likely to be. Why the secrecy?

Germany isnt a sovereign nation, they are still occupied territoryof the USA. The UE should only have one and they already have France. Otherwise every state in the USA could apply for the Sec. Coun.

UN should be called United Banana Republics Inc.
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Posted 31 March 2005 - 08:12 AM

Originally posted by Bader
Quite ironic isnt it. The UN was formed to end wars and poverty etc and it has increased since and one of the first significant decisions the UN made was to give away territory to foreigners
in the Middle East which has been a war zone since.

It's a wolf, not a fox, garding the hen-house.


Notice that there are no details of what the reforms are likely to be. Why the secrecy?

Germany isnt a sovereign nation, they are still occupied territoryof the USA. The UE should only have one and they already have France.



Besides adding UN Security seats , US declared as a UN reform , UN declaration the US leading role on the world, and that only US recognize when is terrorism and when war for independence. ?????
More seats actually means less US influence; Brasilia is only in correct terms with US and in love with China, India is aware of US support for Pakistan, Germany pursuing only their national interest. I think that US are very disappointed in Germany role after unification.....
Germany seat might be good for world as a anti balance for US but is very dangerous for Slavs; still I have fun seeing the German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder reiterated his support for lifting the E.U.'s arms embargo on China despite possible opposition from the German parliament.
He told German newspaper die Zeit he would consider the opinions of parliament members, but that the federal government is in charge of drafting foreign policy.
France and Germany have been leading the drive.
http://news.xinhuane...ent_2767867.htm
Germany owns US treasure , what gives them freedom in their decisions.

Darfur is very strategic place and I saw on TV UN Norwegian who was happy that Russians were excluded by UN from peacekeeping there , but he might disappointed as Major General Charles George Gordon. Gordon fought in Sudan with al-Mahdi's and was killed. After many of the citizens of Khartoum had been massacred, al-Mahdi made a triumphal entry . al-Mahdi (1844-, 1885, created this Islamic state extending from the Red Sea to Central Africa. Gordon the British general exploited China before his ill-fated defense of Sudan Khartoum against Sudanese rebels.
It was during Victoria queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1837
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Posted 31 March 2005 - 09:06 AM

Abu Dhabi TV/Zogby poll speaks for the citizenry on this: About 82% of Sunnis and 69% of Shiites want the U.S. military to leave "either immediately or after an elected government is in place."

. Make no mistake: A clear victory for Sistani does not fit the White House neoconservatives' blueprint for creating a more pliable Middle East.

This past weekend, the nation took another embarrassing hit when the BBC reported that the United States' own auditors had found that nearly half of all oil revenues generated since the invasion cannot be accounted for
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