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#6561 Bader

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Posted 03 February 2007 - 10:16 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Iran: A War Is Coming
by John Pilger
The United States is planning what will be a catastrophic attack on Iran.
For the Bush cabal, the attack will be a way of "buying time" for its disaster in Iraq.
In announcing what he called a "surge" of American troops in Iraq, George W. Bush identified Iran as his real target.
"We will interrupt the flow of support [to the insurgency in Iraq] from Iran and Syria," he said.
"And we will seek out and destroy the networks providing advanced weaponry and training to our enemies in Iraq."
"Networks" means Iran.
"There is solid evidence," said a State Department spokesman on 24 January, "that Iranian agents are involved in these networks and that they are working with individuals and groups in Iraq and are being sent there by the Iranian government."
Like Bush's and Blair's claim that they had irrefutable evidence that Saddam Hussein was deploying weapons of mass destruction, the "evidence" lacks all credibility.
Iran has a natural affinity with the Shi'ite majority of Iraq, and has been implacably opposed to al-Qaeda, condemning the 9/11 attacks and supporting the United States in Afghanistan.
Syria has done the same.
Investigations by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and others, including British military officials, have concluded that Iran is not engaged in the cross-border supply of weapons.
General Peter Pace, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, has said no such evidence exists.
with Israel and Washington's Zionist and fundamentalist Christian lobbies, the Bushites say their "strategy" is to end Iran's nuclear threat.
Unlike its two nemeses, the US and Israel, Iran has attacked no other countries.
Iran has a history of obeying international law and occupies no territory other than its own.
The "threat" from Iran is entirely manufactured.
The one piece of "solid evidence" is the threat posed by the United States. An American naval buildup in the eastern Mediterranean has begun. This is almost certainly part of what the Pentagon calls CONPLAN 8022.
The well-informed Arab Times in Kuwait says Bush will attack Iran before the end of April.
One of Russia's most senior military strategists, General Leonid Ivashov says the US will use nuclear munitions delivered by Cruise missiles launched in the Mediterranean.
"The war in Iraq," he wrote on 24 January, "was just one element in a series of steps in the process of regional destabilization.


This article was on the other thread ' we are coming for you Iran'
Cant see Iran geting to involved inside Iraq as that would likely split the shia into pro-Iran and anti-Iran. Iraqis are Arabs and the Iranians are not.

Just seem to be a propaganda campaign for every new strategy, or action-plan. Like before Israel went into Lebanon, it was all about Iran all-but running the Hezbollah but after they had been in there were no Iranians caught nor any captured Iranian military hardware on the news. It was Russian missiles that zapped Israeli armour and drove them out.
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Posted 04 February 2007 - 08:54 PM

Debt is key to Kosovo
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Posted 04 February 2007 - 09:07 PM

Originally posted by Bader
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Cant see Iran geting to involved inside Iraq as that would likely split the shia into pro-Iran and anti-Iran. Iraqis are Arabs and the Iranians are not.

Just seem to be a propaganda campaign for every new strategy, or action-plan. Like before Israel went into Lebanon, it was all about Iran all-but running the Hezbollah but after they had been in there were no Iranians caught nor any captured Iranian military hardware on the news. It was Russian missiles that zapped Israeli armour and drove them out.B]


I think that Iranian
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Posted 04 February 2007 - 09:54 PM

Romania's foreign minister, was asked to resign yesterday over a controversy surrounding the arrest last October of two Romanian workers in Iraq by US military police.
The two men, who were released yesterday, were detained on October 31 when they were caught filming in a US military base. They have not been charged by US officials or Iraqi police.

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Posted 05 February 2007 - 04:44 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B]This article was on the other thread ' we are coming for you Iran'
Cant see Iran geting to involved inside Iraq as that would likely split the shia into pro-Iran and anti-Iran. Iraqis are Arabs and the Iranians are not.

Just seem to be a propaganda campaign for every new strategy, or action-plan. Like before Israel went into Lebanon, it was all about Iran all-but running the Hezbollah but after they had been in there were no Iranians caught nor any captured Iranian military hardware on the news. It was Russian missiles that zapped Israeli armour and drove them out.B]



G.Bush is going in steps Hussein who executed Iranians, and this was reason for wchich he was executed:camo:
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Posted 05 February 2007 - 06:39 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
G.Bush is going in steps Hussein who executed Iranians, and this was reason for wchich he was executed:camo:



Who is going to hang George then?
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Posted 05 February 2007 - 06:45 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Romania's foreign minister, was asked to resign yesterday over a controversy surrounding the arrest last October of two Romanian workers in Iraq by US military police.
The two men, who were released yesterday, were detained on October 31 when they were caught filming in a US military base. They have not been charged by US officials or Iraqi police.

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The US may want to operate stealth bombers out of Rumania soon against Iran. Not good timing.
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Posted 06 February 2007 - 06:05 PM

Originally posted by Bader
The US may want to operate stealth bombers out of Rumania soon against Iran. Not good timing.


PAKISTANI PRESIDENT VISITS IRAN
General Pervez Musharraf arrived in Tehran on February 4 for a one-day visit
Ayatollah Khamenei stressed the importance of Muslim unity in his meeting with Musharraf, and denounced "the enemies of the Islamic people" for plotting to divide Muslims,
"Israel has so far been the main factor for division among the Muslim people, and it will pursue the same policy from now on." Musharraf said the aim of his visit is to consolidate ties with Iran and discuss regional affairs.
He expressed satisfaction that Iran and Pakistan have agreed on a price for gas to flow through the Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline.
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Posted 07 February 2007 - 02:40 PM

A Sea Knight helicopter went down northwest of Baghdad on Wednesday, the military said, the fifth helicopter lost in Iraq in just over two weeks.


The CH-46 helicopter went down about 20 miles northwest of the capital, U.S. military spokesman Maj. Gen. William Caldwell said, but he declined to comment on casualties.
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Posted 07 February 2007 - 05:40 PM

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A Sea Knight helicopter went down northwest of Baghdad on Wednesday, the military said, the fifth helicopter lost in Iraq in just over two weeks.


The CH-46 helicopter went down about 20 miles northwest of the capital, U.S. military spokesman Maj. Gen. William Caldwell said, but he declined to comment on casualties.


If these are the missiles Saddam had then the Iraqis in charge of this sector of the war have been exceedingly patient. Soon the Americans will be all alone there in 'Dien Bien Phu'.
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Posted 07 February 2007 - 05:41 PM

"Chemiczny Ali": Amerykanie robi? to samo co my
Podczas rozprawy przed irackim s?dem kuzyn Saddama Husajna Ali Hasan al-Mad?id, znany pod przydomkiem "Chemiczny Ali", por?wna? kierowan? przez siebie akcj? likwidacji osiedli kurdyjskich z dzia?aniami wojsk USA w Iraku.
Mad?id jest jednym z sze?ciu oskar?onych, s?dzonych za zbrodnie wojenne i zbrodnie przeciwko ludzko?ci, jakie pope?niono w trakcie pacyfikowania irackiego Kurdystanu podczas wojny z Iranem w latach 1980-88. Operacja ta, realizowana przez si?y zbrojne Iraku, otrzyma?a kryptonim "Anfal".

Jako szef partii Baas na p??nocny Irak Mad?id kierowa? rozpraw? z Kurdami. Wed?ug r??nych ocen, w trakcie o?miu ofensyw, przeprowadzonych w ramach tej operacji, zabito od 80 tys. do 180 tys. ludzi, w tym kobiety, starc?w i dzieci. W akcie oskar?enia uznano to za ludob?jstwo. Zapytany przez przewodnicz?cego sk?adu s?dziowskiego Mohammeda Oreibiego al-Chalif?, czy przyznaje si? do stosowania odpowiedzialno?ci zbiorowej przy bombardowaniu kurdyjskich wiosek, Mad?id odpar?, i? Amerykanie dopu?cili si? tego samego podczas niedawnych walk na ulicy Hajfa w Bagdadzie.

"Us?ysza?em w radiu, ?e ameryka?skie samoloty zbombardowa?y ulic? Hajfa. Czy wszyscy mieszka?cy tej ulicy uczestniczyli w ruchu oporu, czy te? tylko niekt?rzy? Dlaczego nam nie by?o wolno tego robi?, skoro Amerykanom wolno robi? to samo?" - powiedzia? "Chemiczny Ali".http://wiadomosci.on...04,12,item.html
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Posted 07 February 2007 - 05:53 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B]If these are the missiles Saddam had then the Iraqis in charge of this sector of the war have been exceedingly patient. Soon the Americans will be all alone there in 'Dien Bien Phu'. B]



Loneliness links with Alzheimer's


www.chinaview.cn 2007-02-06 11:59:54



The elderly who don't socialize much not only can go into a mental decline, but also are twice as likely as those with a more active social life to get Alzheimer's, a U.S. study reported
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It cannot be sure whether loneliness contributes to the earlier onset of the disease or is an early symptom, but the study does raise the possibility that social interaction might help keep Alzheimer's at bay, said the researchers from the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
Shouldn't read they own study?


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Posted 08 February 2007 - 07:52 PM

TV Polonia dispute:
Do citizens have duty to pay for government political propaganda and TV money collection on social resources which should be paid from government budget.?
Taxes in Poland higher than any where in Europe and government is too big and too expensive
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Posted 08 February 2007 - 08:11 PM

A TAX ON FOSSIL FUELS is the best way for the federal government to champion development of alternative energy, economists said in a WSJ.com survey,
GDP, Housing and Erasing the Deficit


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Posted 09 February 2007 - 05:54 PM

US Mideast policies
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Posted 09 February 2007 - 08:17 PM

Which issue will matter most to you in sizing up presidential candidates?


Economy Education Environment Health care Iraq war Social Security Taxes Terrorism


(20%) 45 votes Economy
(2%) 131 votes Education
(5%) 228 votes Environment
(9%) 616 votes Health care
(24%) 77 votes Iraq war
(3%) 425 votes Social security
(17%) 525 votes taxes
(21%) terrorism
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Posted 10 February 2007 - 05:48 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
A TAX ON FOSSIL FUELS is the best way for the federal government to champion development of alternative energy, economists said in a WSJ.com survey,
GDP, Housing and Erasing the Deficit


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That should make the poor get cracking and invent a cheaper fuel.
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Posted 10 February 2007 - 05:50 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
TV Polonia dispute:
Do citizens have duty to pay for government political propaganda and TV money collection on social resources which should be paid from government budget.?
Taxes in Poland higher than any where in Europe and government is too big and too expensive
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Not realy , the rest of Europe is slower to learn.
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Posted 10 February 2007 - 05:52 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Which issue will matter most to you in sizing up presidential candidates?


Economy Education Environment Health care Iraq war Social Security Taxes Terrorism


(20%) 45 votes Economy
(2%) 131 votes Education
(5%) 228 votes Environment
(9%) 616 votes Health care
(24%) 77 votes Iraq war
(3%) 425 votes Social security
(17%) 525 votes taxes
(21%) terrorism


How does twenty votes get a 20% rating? and 616 votes only get 9%?
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Posted 10 February 2007 - 04:29 PM

Originally posted by Bader
How does twenty votes get a 20% rating? and 616 votes only get 9%?


Subject and Percentage is exact, votes moved during copy.
Sorry and thank you for your correction. .
http://forums.wsj.co...topic.php?t=278
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