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#6321 woj1@cyberonic.

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Posted 08 November 2006 - 03:33 PM

We were providing so many information about Kaczynski Brothers family during election, especially about their religions details. Very strangely, nations lost communication with Kaczynskis Brothers during celebrations of holiday on November 1. No flowers on tombs, crypt, burial places
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Posted 08 November 2006 - 05:58 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
At least 18 Palestinian civilians were killed when Israeli tank fire hit a residential neighbourhood of the northern Gaza Strip. Liberman was elected and ms. Clinton and Pelosi. US maybe expect deffrence, the world doesnt.

B- you are right there. Its a 'Punch and Judy show'. Those that are very angry right now wont be appeased and wake up to the fact it isnt the republicans its the whole political system that has become a brothel.
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Posted 09 November 2006 - 01:47 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B]B- you are right there. Its a 'Punch and Judy show'. Those that are very angry right now wont be appeased and wake up to the fact it isnt the republicans its the whole political system that has become a brothel. B]


The northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Hanoun was turned into ruins after a bloody six-day Israeli assault against the coastal strip.
On early Wednesday, Israeli artillery shells killed 19 Palestinian civilians in Beit Hanoun, including 13 from one family.
The shelling came 24 hours after Israel announced it ended Operation Autumn Clouds in the town which had claimed lives of more than 50 Palestinian militants and civilians.
I think that Russia is right that again push Israel case to UN.
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Posted 10 November 2006 - 01:36 PM

From 1990 year Poland lost few million young peoples.
More than during I and II WW.
Instead of support the places of work for them, Poland bought 48 second hand F-16.
Do you think that Poland has Polish government?
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Posted 10 November 2006 - 02:29 PM

French peacekeeping troops in Lebanon came within seconds of firing anti-aircraft missiles at
Israeli warplanes carrying out mock attacks on their positions in the south of the country last week, France
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Posted 10 November 2006 - 03:08 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]French peacekeeping troops in Lebanon came within seconds of firing anti-aircraft missiles at
Israeli warplanes carrying out mock attacks on their positions in the south of the country last week, France
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Posted 10 November 2006 - 06:10 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
"From 1990 year Poland lost few million young peoples.
More than during I and II WW.
Instead of support the places of work for them, Poland bought 48 second hand F-16.
Do you think that Poland has Polish government?"

B- Thats to defend Europe from Nth Korea, they might take China and then Russia..... Polish youth can always join the US army if they are desperate for 'employment'. While in there they can learn about democracy and take it back home with them later.
POland does have a govt, its in Brussells.
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Posted 10 November 2006 - 06:18 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.

Is anyone really surprised that Israel violated the cease-fire? Here, after all, is a nation that has defied the United Nations on 321 different occasions, refused to sign the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, and proudly proclaims its own lawlessness. Only a fool, or a masochist, would count on Tel Aviv to keep its agreements. Apart from that, however, this latest raid underscores the real objective of what the American media insists on calling the Israeli "incursion" (never "invasion") into Lebanon: it's all about Syria and Iran.
http://www.antiwar.c...?articleid=9570

B- it was anothing more than a 'victory'salute'. One of the objects of the war on Lebanon would have been to force European troop into the Region. The French are servants and can be treated as such. Just like Poland. All the European peoples have submitted to being servants. That is why they are taking over in Afghanistan.
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Posted 12 November 2006 - 10:52 AM

Originally posted by Bader
B]Originally
B- it was anothing more than a 'victory'salute'. One of the objects of the war on Lebanon would have been to force European troop into the Region. The French are servants and can be treated as such. Just like Poland. All the European peoples have submitted to being servants. That is why they are taking over in Afghanistan.
B]

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Posted 12 November 2006 - 11:06 AM

"Israeli PM: Iran must start to fear "


www.chinaview.cn 2006-11-12 07:29:32

Do you share Israel PM opinion that only Iran should start to fear?
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Posted 12 November 2006 - 05:38 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
"Israeli PM: Iran must start to fear "


www.chinaview.cn[/url] 2006-11-12 07:29:32

Do you share Israel PM opinion that only Iran should start to fear?
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B- 'fear' is their trade mark. Olmet said the Iranian people should realise the consequences of defying world opinion, while Israel has defied 70 UN resolutions that the US didnt veto.

The sabre rattling is to get the US people minds off the election results and back on the job of the Zionist crusade.

I understand a private video of the alleged assassination of Rabin has been released which shows he wasnt killed by the 'patsy' that was convicted for it. Like the attempt on Reagan it was by the security when they bundled him into the car.
Same with the bali bombing, the cleric among those imprisoned recently said in an interview on ABC tv that it was a CIA bomb.
Car bombs dont create huge craters in the ground. It was a mini-nuke.
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Posted 13 November 2006 - 10:02 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B]
Same with the bali bombing, the cleric among those imprisoned recently said in an interview on ABC tv that it was a CIA bomb.
Car bombs dont create huge craters in the ground. It was a mini-nuke. /B]

Last night I watched Globtreker with program abut Libanon 2 weeks before Israel invasion.
It was country fantastic beauty country. It was obvious that Israel jealously, that Lebanon is rich and beautiful was main reason for attack.
Like attack the Mongols on Venetia in middle ages.
Especial interesting were looking million years old water flora and fauna locked in dry sea rock for infinity. Underground river swimming in rocks high way also made impression.
On line Beirut and Damasked was situated famous house of warship. . Beirut was one of the most vibrant and prosperous cities in the world. It was a distinctive centre for trade, banking and leisureDog River
Just 15km from Beirut on the northern highway are commemorative inscriptions and bas-relief sculptures carved into the limestone cliffs. Rameses II, Nebuchadnezzar, Marcus Aurelius -- some of history's most famous military men -- left steles behind to record their victories in this ancient form of carving.
It contains the huge temples of Jupiter and Bacchus. The ancient city of Byblos, 37km from Beirut, gave its name to the BIBLE and over the centuries has been home to the Phoenicians, Egyptians, Assyrians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Crusaders and Ottomans.
Excavations show that Byblos was inhabited more than 7000 years ago making it one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.
It became an important trading port during the 3rd century BC when it exported cedar wood and oil to Egypt in exchange for gold, alabaster, papyrus and linen.
The last remaining forest of cedars in Lebanon. The grove of 400 trees, some of which are more than 1,500 years old, are on the slopes of Mt. Makmal. Sidon, an old port town 43km from Beirut, is built like all ancient Phoenician cities on a promontory facing an island to shelter its fleet.
Sidon surpassed other Phoenician cities. Glassblowing was the most important industry, closely followed by the production of Tyrian Purple, a dye made from the shell of the murex, a marine snail.

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Posted 14 November 2006 - 05:16 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
"Last night I watched Globtreker with program abut Libanon 2 weeks before Israel invasion.
It was country fantastic beauty country. It was obvious that Israel jealously, that Lebanon is rich and beautiful was main reason for attack.
Like attack the Mongols on Venetia in middle ages.
Especial interesting were looking million years old water flora and fauna locked in dry sea rock for infinity. Underground river swimming in rocks high way also made impression.
On line Beirut and Damasked was situated famous house of warship. . Beirut was one of the most vibrant and prosperous cities in the world. It was a distinctive centre for trade, banking and leisureDog River
Just 15km from Beirut on the northern highway are commemorative inscriptions and bas-relief sculptures carved into the limestone cliffs. Rameses II, Nebuchadnezzar, Marcus Aurelius -- some of history's most famous military men -- left steles behind to record their victories in this ancient form of carving.
It contains the huge temples of Jupiter and Bacchus. The ancient city of Byblos, 37km from Beirut, gave its name to the BIBLE and over the centuries has been home to the Phoenicians, Egyptians, Assyrians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Crusaders and Ottomans.
Excavations show that Byblos was inhabited more than 7000 years ago making it one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.
It became an important trading port during the 3rd century BC when it exported cedar wood and oil to Egypt in exchange for gold, alabaster, papyrus and linen.
The last remaining forest of cedars in Lebanon. The grove of 400 trees, some of which are more than 1,500 years old, are on the slopes of Mt. Makmal. Sidon, an old port town 43km from Beirut, is built like all ancient Phoenician cities on a promontory facing an island to shelter its fleet.
Sidon surpassed other Phoenician cities. Glassblowing was the most important industry, closely followed by the production of Tyrian Purple, a dye made from the shell of the murex, a marine snail."

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B- the water supply would be one of the Lebanon treasures Israel would want. On the otherhand they seen to want to be a the jewel in the midst of rubble.

Damascus is the longest occupied city in history I believe, so it may well be targeted for destruction sooner or later.
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Posted 14 November 2006 - 03:26 PM

U.S. Ships Encounter Chinese Submarine
Why Polish is interested?
Polish government sends Polish soldiers to Congo, North Korea
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Posted 16 November 2006 - 12:49 PM

Yesterday I couldn
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Posted 16 November 2006 - 01:23 PM

www.chinaview.cn 2006-11-15 22:46:30

- China's issued new regulations on foreign-funded banks which will take effect on December 11, the date China is expected to fully open its banking sector to foreign competition.
The new regulations lift restrictions on Reminbi and foreign-currency transactions by solely foreign-funded banks and Sino-overseas joint venture banks.
Chinese branches of foreign banks, however, are banned from engaging in Renminbi services with Chinese citizens unless an individual, having obtained the approval of the banking regulatory body, makes a fixed deposit of no less than one million yuan (127,000 U.S. dollars).
Solely foreign-funded banks and joint venture banks must have a minimum registered capital of one billion yuan or the equivalent in hard foreign currencies. Chinese branches of foreign banks must have a minimum operating fund of 200 million yuan.
Foreign financial institutions who apply to set up solely-owned banks in China must have had no less than 10 billion dollars in total assets at the end of the previous year. !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Foreign banks who apply to set up branches must have had no less than 20 billion dollars in total assets at the end of the previous year. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The regulations also apply to financial institutions registered in Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
In Poland, bank with practically had no deposit could buy with borrow money in Poland bank with 7 millions dollars.
This make me think that communism is more patriotic form of govern .
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Posted 16 November 2006 - 06:41 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
www.chinaview.cn[/url] 2006-11-15 22:46:30

- China's issued new regulations on foreign-funded banks which will take effect on December 11, the date China is expected to fully open its banking sector to foreign competition.
The new regulations lift restrictions on Reminbi and foreign-currency transactions by solely foreign-funded banks and Sino-overseas joint venture banks.
Chinese branches of foreign banks, however, are banned from engaging in Renminbi services with Chinese citizens unless an individual, having obtained the approval of the banking regulatory body, makes a fixed deposit of no less than one million yuan (127,000 U.S. dollars).
Solely foreign-funded banks and joint venture banks must have a minimum registered capital of one billion yuan or the equivalent in hard foreign currencies. Chinese branches of foreign banks must have a minimum operating fund of 200 million yuan.
Foreign financial institutions who apply to set up solely-owned banks in China must have had no less than 10 billion dollars in total assets at the end of the previous year. !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Foreign banks who apply to set up branches must have had no less than 20 billion dollars in total assets at the end of the previous year. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The regulations also apply to financial institutions registered in Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
In Poland, bank with practically had no deposit could buy with borrow money in Poland bank with 7 millions dollars.
This make me think that communism is more patriotic form of govern .

B- what's the difference? Both involve a few executives who hold all power over policy, unaccountable to the public, and involve large scale palnning.
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Posted 17 November 2006 - 12:15 PM

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B]B- what's the difference? Both involve a few executives who hold all power over policy, unaccountable to the public, and involve large scale palnning. B]

Vietnam rolls out red carpet for Bush
By Amy Kazmin
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Posted 17 November 2006 - 06:00 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Vietnam rolls out red carpet for Bush
By Amy Kazmin
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Posted 20 November 2006 - 03:39 PM

Norway to host talks on cluster bombs
intercept By Frances Williams in Geneva
The announcement followed the failure of a United Nations meeting on inhumane weapons to agree to immediate UN-sponsored talks on cluster munitions, despite a growing international outcry over their impact on civilians.
The conference is expected to take place in Oslo in February, ahead of another meeting on cluster munitions already planned by the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva.
Jubilant campaigners drew parallels with the Ottawa convention banning anti-personnel landmines, now including 151 states, which
Cluster bombs, first used by the US in Vietnam, contains hundreds of tiny bomblets or sub-munitions, many of which fail to explode on impact and remain a threat long after conflict has ended.
Norway didn
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