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#5921 woj1@cyberonic.

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Posted 12 June 2006 - 02:33 PM

Humor of the day:
Cuba is auctioning 59 lots for exploration, some within 45 miles of Florida.
12 have been sold to Canada's and Spain, in partnership with companies from Norway and India. China Sinopec, oil company, also may bid.
In February, U.S. oil and gas companies including Exxon Mobil attended a Mexico City conference on Cuba's energy resources hosted by the U.S.-Cuban Trade Association.
The meeting was interrupted in its second day by the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control, which enforces the embargo.
The manager of the Mexico City Sheraton Hotel was forced to evict Cubans attending the conference because the hotel is owned by White Plains, New York-based Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc.
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Posted 12 June 2006 - 02:38 PM

Originally posted by Bader
A war on Iran will amount to a war on Russia.

THat means they have to take too many steps at the one time.
THE ANSWER IS WHO HAS THE ADVANTAGE IN SCALAR WEAPONRY.

Acknowledge the superiority would be understand as a my efforts to start the new war.
Do we have right to do it ?
Some people, they will start the war, encourage by our silence, and they will be bearing the consequences .
But it would not be our fault.
Sometimes war brings justice and this one will be one of them.
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Posted 12 June 2006 - 05:01 PM

and wow;
You cannot be on one hand dedicated to peace and on the other dedicated to violence. Those two things are irreconcilable.

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Posted 13 June 2006 - 07:28 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
and wow;
You cannot be on one hand dedicated to peace and on the other dedicated to violence. Those two things are irreconcilable.

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Posted 13 June 2006 - 07:49 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.

"Acknowledge the superiority would be understand as a my efforts to start the new war.
Do we have right to do it ?
Some people, they will start the war, encourage by our silence, and they will be bearing the consequences .
But it would not be our fault.
Sometimes war brings justice and this one will be one of them. "

Not in the modern world it doesnt. Wars are started by those who dont believe in justice. War is policy by other means.

Bush will do as he is told. Many national leaders have been used but often there is a limit they will be pushed to. Bush seem like the type who can be pushed to any limit. But I doubt the US would risk their new bases in the region as they are the key to their future policy in the region.
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Posted 13 June 2006 - 04:46 PM

Originally posted by Bader
THat means they have to take too many steps at the one time.
THE ANSWER IS WHO HAS THE ADVANTAGE IN SCALAR WEAPONRY.

Israel
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Posted 13 June 2006 - 05:10 PM

The world military expenditure in 2005 increased 33 billion US dollars, and the United States accounted for about 80 percent, or 26 billion dollars, of the total increase,.
Last year, a total of 1.118 trillion dollars was spent on military expenditure around the world, which equals 173 dollars per capita.
The United States accounted for 48 percent of all military spending, an increase of 1 percent from 2004, as its costly campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan continued
http://news.xinhuane...ent_4690392.htm
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Posted 13 June 2006 - 05:24 PM

All countries should refrain from military sales and arm sales," Nicholas Burns said at a briefing.

As to Russia's plan to sell Iran 29 TOR M1 mobile surface-to-air missile defense systems, Burns said: "We hope and we trust that that deal will not go forward because this is not time for business as usual with the Iranian government."



"It's also important for countries to know that, if for any reason the Security Council can't succeed, there will be an effort made, and there are avenues available to us to apply the kind of pressure that we need to apply," The United States has hoped that the United Nations Security Council could impose sanctions on Iran for its nuclear programs. However, Russia has been reluctant to do so
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Posted 13 June 2006 - 07:37 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
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Posted 13 June 2006 - 07:40 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
The world military expenditure in 2005 increased 33 billion US dollars, and the United States accounted for about 80 percent, or 26 billion dollars, of the total increase,.
Last year, a total of 1.118 trillion dollars was spent on military expenditure around the world, which equals 173 dollars per capita.
The United States accounted for 48 percent of all military spending, an increase of 1 percent from 2004, as its costly campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan continued


B- I wonder what % of the risen cost in oil funds this.
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Posted 13 June 2006 - 07:50 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
All countries should refrain from military sales and arm sales," Nicholas Burns said at a briefing.

As to Russia's plan to sell Iran 29 TOR M1 mobile surface-to-air missile defense systems, Burns said: "We hope and we trust that that deal will not go forward because this is not time for business as usual with the Iranian government."



"It's also important for countries to know that, if for any reason the Security Council can't succeed, there will be an effort made, and there are avenues available to us to apply the kind of pressure that we need to apply," The United States has hoped that the United Nations Security Council could impose sanctions on Iran for its nuclear programs. However, Russia has been reluctant to do so "

B- Great, Iran threatened by two nuclear nations both rated a greater military power than Iran and Burn says dont sell them defence systems. I suppose he would rate Iran the agressor for buying self-defenec systems. Must have an office ajoining Condi Rice as she makes as much sense as him.

The US with support of others, right now, are embargoing the UN of funds it needs to continue to force the SG to push through the reforms they want. THis is why the US has been taking its time with Iran because they are intending to use new powers in the Security Council to reduce the members ability to counter her.
Be a good time for Clinton to become Sec Gen. Bush will get a nobel preace prize for the reforms as the UN starts to grow teeth and claws.
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Posted 14 June 2006 - 05:11 PM

Originally posted by Bader
by two nuclear nations both rated a greater military power than Iran and Burn says dont sell them defence systems. .

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Nicholas Burn is very ambition politics, in the past, in Greece when he was American ambassador was forced to out the country .
Democracy again in hot seat;

The Court of Cassation, in France, ended its review of Soros broke insider-trading laws when he bought Societe Generale SA shares in 1988 with the knowledge that the bank might be a takeover target.
Soros plans to appeal the decision at the European Court of Human Rights, based in Strasbourg,
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Charitable activities require Soros to pay a fine that is yet to be determined.
Soros had been ordered to pay back 2.2 million euros in gains. That amount will now be reviewed because his trading in 65,000 Societe Generale shares on the London Stock Exchange will be excluded,. The fine will be related only to 95,000 shares purchased in Paris.
The defense and prosecution agreed that Soros was aware of a pending stock market raid on Societe Generale when he bought the shares. (Gabriele Parussini ) in Paris
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Posted 14 June 2006 - 05:14 PM

The U.S. House endorsed a package of supplemental funds for war.
Passed with a 351-67 vote, the funds include 66 billion dollars for military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. total cost of the two wars is about 450 billion .dollars. ,http://www.xinhuanet...lish/index.htm.

Presidents of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan have arrived in Shanghai for the SCO summit meeting with Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad.,
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Posted 14 June 2006 - 05:22 PM

Fed rises more likely dollar more stronger , and cost of borrowing higher
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Is it polite to insult the landlord?
GM CEO SAYS ST. PETERSBURG WILL BECOME 'DETROIT OF THE NORTH'. Wagoner, who is CEO of General Motors, broke ground at Shushary near St. Petersburg on June 13 for a $115 million factory, which will be its first in Russia that is not part of a joint venturehttp://www.rferl.org/newsline/3-cee.asp
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Posted 15 June 2006 - 12:06 PM

Originally posted by vigorous
Bader. the photo is actually very large.

All you need do is click at "618kB"

To see how the airplane is being marketed
online, (assuming you use Google) enter
"waterbomber" and go through five
pages of links, selecting those related to
the IL-76 or, if you wish, see what the other
planes offer too. The most recent World Net
Daily piece is repeated through other independent
media. The Original World Net Daily piece was
also offered here at Pravda in the Russian language.
In English, it is here: http://www.worldnetd...RTICLE_ID=28739

To see more, go to this page: http://www.vadscorner.com/haze.html
and 2/3 - 3/4 down the page, beside the picture
of the airplane, there is a series of links
to articles (very few dead links) not showing up on the first
five (5) pages of a Google search of "waterbomber".
More efforts if you go deeper into that Google search.

Beats faxing material around!

One of my favourites is Venik's item on Los Alamos
here:http://www.aeronauti...s-alamos-01.htm
(slow loader)

The main site for the project is www.waterbomber.com

U. de Freiburg/Max Planck U./Global Fire Monitoring Center,
a UN project, hosts this mirror site: http://www.uni-freib...ergency/ger.htm

Despite all the publicity (and we have a a letter from
NATO in pdf following on the Los Alamos incident too), US
major news outlets like PBS, CNN, and LA Times, for example,
refuse to carry the Russian miracle plane, doing the
investigative work required.

I once wondered why that was and dilligently sought out
how media censorship works. At a UK media org site
dealing only with the topic of censorship, I found two
reasons why: Seems that two areas where the media can
legitimately keep you below the peoples' radar are

(a) criticisms of civil defence and

(B) some foreign trade items.

This project contains elements of both.

If Americans knew, they would be incensed.

Ironically, when MSNBC ran this one, now available in
reprint form only (http://www.vadscorne...m/tooproud.html),
MSNBC ran an online poll and the results overwhelmingly
supported bringing on the Russians! We're talking 94%
of about 15K people. I don't care that such a poll is
"unscientific". You could only vote once and beyond a
certain # votes, this "unscientific" thing just gets lower
and lower.

Somebody in the US besides the US Forest Service is
holding back powerful civil defence services from Americans.

And because these services are held back from Americans,
a global freeze is in effect. I am ashamed of my own nation,
Canada, for making zero efforts, especially since we lost
over 220 homes this summer in British Columbia but this
is the nature of the prejudice against Russia in the
world of firefighting aviation today.

For the darker side of US Forest Service aviation history,
check this link: http://www.tex-la.ne...exclusive.shtml




Going back to 2003. Advertising and spam.

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Posted 15 June 2006 - 01:50 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B] THE ADVANTAGE IN SCALAR WEAPONRY is necessary.

The advantage of electromagnetic technology is that a nuclear attack cannot succeed, they all self-destruct on launching, can you beat that? exploding in the country or base of the aggressor. Russia can protect Europe from Israel blackmail if they have the technology and if the UE doesnt play to the US rules and demands this might be the reason why. Is this why they didnt follow into the Iraq swamp? /B]


Behind every war in world history is economy.
Regardless how the war is called.
Maybe grain, or cedar wood , or soil, or territory or wine and beer , or democracy, or communism, or justice or better world war etc, religion , real reason is economic.
Our time is no different, and the same really reason was behind the first war in our millennium; oil money.
Because it didn
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Posted 15 June 2006 - 04:52 PM

Kavkaz-Center s posted a video in which Shamil Basayev claims to have paid $50,000 to the militants responsible for the bombing two years ago that killed then Chechen administration head Akhmad-hadji Kadyrov and several other people. Basayev added that he is prepared to pay only a reward of $25,000 for the killing of Kadyrov's son Ramzan as "he's not worth more than that RFE/RL
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Posted 16 June 2006 - 12:40 AM

"...holding back powerful civil defence services from Am?ricans."

Moulderx1, that has been re-magnified by the New Orleans disaster also fulfilling those words above, hasnt it and it recalls the fact that Sept 11 was allowed to go ahead also when it could have been averted.

I did come across something that showed the US Forest Service had been used ( their budget) to serve the defence system I think it was, which means the Pentagon has dipped into others budgets to supplement their own.

But the greatest issue is that of allowing the citizens to suffer needlessly which amounts to a pychological war on the citizens and this has to be seen in conjunction with the so-called 'patriot acts', and the endless 'swamp' in Iraq, which has turned up to half a million Americans into vegetables. Then consider the 13 million illegal immigrants, and still pouring across the border under agreement between Fox and Bush, the picture is rather self explanatory. There has been a coup.
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Posted 16 June 2006 - 12:38 PM

Lie is lie and indicates that minority tries to get power in European Union.

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Posted 16 June 2006 - 12:58 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by Bader
[B]"...holding back powerful civil defence services from Am
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