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#6101 woj1@cyberonic.

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Posted 13 August 2006 - 01:04 PM


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Posted 14 August 2006 - 05:51 AM

The G8 includes Russia.

I doubt that they have the same interests are the Nato countires in what is intended in Lebanon. Olmert has boasted that the Middle east will never be the same due to their offensive. That is undoubtedly true, and the reason everyone except Russia has contributed to the delay in calling for a ceasefire, to ensure this becomes so.
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Posted 14 August 2006 - 05:54 AM

Reminds me of the UN WMD inspectoirs checking to see if it was ok for US to invade Iraq.
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Posted 14 August 2006 - 02:26 PM

Originally posted by Bader
The G8 includes Russia.

Olmert has boasted that the Middle east will never be the same due to their offensive. That is undoubtedly true, and the reason everyone except Russia has contributed to the delay in calling for a ceasefire, to ensure this becomes so.


Lebanon was as a country
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Posted 14 August 2006 - 02:26 PM

Originally posted by Bader
The G8 includes Russia.

Olmert has boasted that the Middle east will never be the same due to their offensive. That is undoubtedly true, and the reason everyone except Russia has contributed to the delay in calling for a ceasefire, to ensure this becomes so.


Lebanon was as a country
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Posted 14 August 2006 - 04:31 PM

Spoiled oranges.

Ukraine's new pro-Moscow Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych heads to Russia Tuesday.
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Posted 14 August 2006 - 05:49 PM

Israel halted its offensive against Hezbollah guerrillas as a U.N.-brokered cease-fire went into effect. Israel's failure to defeat Hezbollah forced U.S. compromises at the U.N., in a likely blow to Bush's Mideast policy and Israeli leader Olmert. http://online.wsj.com/public/us
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Posted 15 August 2006 - 03:53 PM

The Roman temple complex in the Lebanese town of Baalbek has somehow endured the region's centuries of bloody-minded conflict. But it may not survive the latest bombing raids of Israeli fighter planes, which destroyed two buildings in the town square and damaged the Temple of Bacchus.
The well-preserved structure, which has withstood wars and earthquakes since its construction in 150 A.D..
Baalbek is just one of many archaeological treasure troves in the Beqaa Valley to fall victim to shelling.
In addition, the ancient city of Tyre, with its important archaelogical sites and architecture, also has come under fire. Beirut and Sidon, about 27 miles to the south, both have important historic buildings going back to the 10th to 13th centuries,
. Among those structures is Chehabi Citadel in Hasbaya, which is on the fund's 2006 most-endangered list. A fortress for the armies of the First Crusade in the 11th century, the Citadel was taken over in the 12th by the Chehabi emirs, whose descendants occupy it to this day.
Damage in Arqa
Israeli bombing raids destroyed the modern bridge at Arqa, about 62 miles north of Beirut. Just 70 feet from that bridge, according to the Biblical Archaeology Society, is an excavation site believed to have been damaged in the pounding -- including Hellene and Iron Age pottery pieces and the structures that house them.
Megiddo, or ``Armageddon'' as the Greeks like to call it, has been home to 37 different cities over thousands of years and is a trove of archaeological treasurewith Megiddo a staging area for the final battle between good and evil, according to the Book of Revelation. Good is expected to prevail, a victory that will presage the Rapture, in which the saved are rewarded with eternal paradise, while the rest suffer the travails of a violent earthly existence.
Archaeology sites and ancient temples aren't the only cultural attractions under fire. The Baalbeck International Festival shut down on July 12, canceling the Eifman Ballet Theatre of St. Petersburg, the Budapest Symphony Orchestra/Nice Opera joint production of ``Lucia di Lammermoor'' .
Environmental Toll
Another war casualty has been the environment. It will be a while before we know the full extent of the ecological nightmare unleashed by the Israeli strike on the power station in Jiyyeh, but we do know that at least 13,000 tons of oil have spread over 93 miles of the Mediterranean into Syrian waters, a spill that could grow to three times that amount, at which point it will reach Exxon Valdez proportions
Mike Di Paola at mdipaola@nyc.rr.com.
British museum is in good shape. TBritish didnt have artifacts who made by their ancestors. They just steal what was made by tforeigns and their ancestors .. Brits were very critical on Taliban in Afghanistan that didn
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Posted 16 August 2006 - 03:43 PM

The French foreign minister on Wednesday called for Israel to lift its air, naval and land blockade of Lebanon,.and I hope that Hezbollah don
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Posted 17 August 2006 - 07:26 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Israel halted its offensive against Hezbollah guerrillas as a U.N.-brokered cease-fire went into effect. Israel's failure to defeat Hezbollah forced U.S. compromises at the U.N., in a likely blow to Bush's Mideast policy and Israeli leader Olmert. [url]http://online.wsj.com/public/us
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Posted 17 August 2006 - 12:42 PM

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[BA CBS radia interview was pulled after a Dr in a hospital in Israel where the injured troopps were going to said thay had been training for this for the past year. That much training suggests there is a lot more to come. [/B]



I think the best an answer is the following press note;
"A terminal at Seattle, was evacuated Wednesday after bomb-sniffing dogs smelt possible explosives at two containers". Paranoja .
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Posted 17 August 2006 - 12:59 PM

B- Another positive side of the case is that France is taken the command of Un force. (Syria has French type of schooling.)

"France has been in UNIFIL (the UN interim force in Lebanon) since 1978 and we are in command today," .

The rapid deployment was needed to beef up the existing UN Resolution 1701, which gives a mandate for UNIFIL to increase from its current level of 2,000 troops to 15,000!~
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Posted 17 August 2006 - 07:07 PM

This is obviously one of the main objectives in this planned war to increase the 'UN' forces.

At the end of the day everyone will be sick of the US and turn all the authority over to the NATO ones which is also run by the US anyway and we are back to the League of Nations which the Zionists wanted in the first place.
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Posted 18 August 2006 - 01:06 PM

NATO serves USA to give push to the American products as airplanes AVACs mainly to sell in South and Eastern Europe.
And it was main purpose of NATO organization.
Recently NATO supplies also military meat for USA wars, but not from Germany and France.
They are smart to be trashed. :Potstir:
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Posted 18 August 2006 - 01:49 PM

Israel claimed that , Syria, could help to resolve border problems by giving up its own claim on the same piece of land. Shebaa Farms???????????????
Do country needs such parliamentary bloc?
Do we call the defence of the borders the fuelling the problems.?
As long Lebanon
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Posted 18 August 2006 - 02:26 PM

The US should "shut up" with its concerns about China's growing military spending because the increase is no threat, a Chinese ambassador .http://news.yahoo.co...l=index&cid=516
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Posted 18 August 2006 - 04:11 PM

Who said that USA implementing democracy?
BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT SAYS INDEPENDENCE REFERENDUM NOT POSSIBLE UNDER DAYTON
Republika Srpska President Dragan Cavic said on August 17 that it is legally impossible to hold a referendum on the Bosnian Serb republic's status.. ".
The Dayton agreement with its Annex 4 constitutes for the Bosnia-Herzegovina Constitution, and does not allow for such a possibility," ??????????????????????????????????????????????? B 92
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Posted 18 August 2006 - 07:03 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.

The US should "shut up" with its concerns about China's growing military spending because the increase is no threat, a Chinese ambassador .[url]http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=index&cid=516

B- why should they shut up about Chinese military spending?
They should shut up about everything.
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Posted 19 August 2006 - 02:36 PM

Originally posted by Bader
[B- why should they shut up about Chinese military spending?
They should shut up about everything.
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You are correct .

"The harshest oppression is that which acts under the pretension of legality and the banner of justice "
said ; Charles-Louis de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu
in 1689- 1755, Paris. French philosophe and satirist.
He celebrated the political influence of climate.
His work profoundly influenced European political thought. (Causes of the Greatness and Decadence of the Romans )
We see that nothing have changed from his time.

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Posted 20 August 2006 - 02:09 PM

B- Too bad the intrusion of the US into Iraq is not only larger, has been totally destructive, internationally illegal and has drawn others into the destroyed country in a general regional state of war. It is a war on Islam. Its not just regime xhange here and there it is clearly cultural change. Even the war on Lebanon was started with the open and public declaration of permanent change and that wasnt for Hezbollah alone.
The assunption that any action by a beligerant state is legitimate and that likewise of no-state enties is illegitimate is mere propaganda aimed at ten year olds.
Iraqi Shiites are not Iranians. Dave DeBatto should look up his dictionary and remind himself what 'dumb' means.
The US is at war with Iran and to accuse them of being the beligerant ones and building terrorism because they dont just sit there shaking is also dumb. Given the state of Iraq and how it became like it is and the proximity of Iran and under threat, every nation would do the same or similar, in particular sending agents, which includes De Batto's role there. What makes it alright for DeBatto and not alright for an Iranian?
DeBatto may have at least made an attempt at trying to fathom why the US havent used this 'information' against Iran or why they are trying to keep it a secret.
The US not only made this possible, but also imperitive for Iran given the US is at war with them.
The mind-set of 'we are god and anyone opposing us is evil and must be destoryed' is that part zionist philosophy deserving of clinical analysis.


Cyprus and Kurdish Territory.
Future of the world depends from Turkey. USA and Israel will never win war on Muslims without Turkish ground involvement. Turkish action or its lack, might be decisive force in the Muslim story.
Unfortunately Turkey has 2 things to lose and these the carrots perfectly well play against them ;
Cyprus and Kurdish territory.
When Turkey finally will go for oil to their heads might be too late.
Of course, it is one person opinion. :2cents:
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