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Posted 14 June 2007 - 02:49 PM

Hamas Seizes Control of Fatah-Run Gaza Security Base (Update1)

By Gwen Ackerman June 14 (Bloomberg) -- Hamas fighters stormed Gaza City's Fatah-controlled security headquarters after taking over Palestinian posts at the border with Egypt today as the Islamic group grew closer to gaining control of the Gaza Strip.
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Posted 14 June 2007 - 06:51 PM

Polish iBronislaw Pilsudski have its monument on Russian Sachalin

Bronislaw, brother of Marshal Jozef Pilsudski was Polish prisoner who organized together with Lenin brother
Assassination of tsar Alexander.
Lenin brother was executed, Bronislaw Pilsudski send on Siberia.
He works on culture of Aimow .
Pilsudski work saved Aim culture from demise.

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Posted 14 June 2007 - 07:48 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]I don
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Posted 14 June 2007 - 07:50 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Polish iBronislaw Pilsudski have its monument on Russian Sachalin

Bronislaw, brother of Marshal Jozef Pilsudski was Polish prisoner who organized together with Lenin brother
Assassination of tsar Alexander.
Lenin brother was executed, Bronislaw Pilsudski send on Siberia.
He works on culture of Aimow .
Pilsudski work saved Aim culture from demise.

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What's Aim Culture?
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Posted 14 June 2007 - 07:59 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Hamas Seizes Control of Fatah-Run Gaza Security Base (Update1)

By Gwen Ackerman June 14 (Bloomberg) -- Hamas fighters stormed Gaza City's Fatah-controlled security headquarters after taking over Palestinian posts at the border with Egypt today as the Islamic group grew closer to gaining control of the Gaza Strip.
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Hamas won the last election but Fatah and Israel have attacked them ever since. They will have to use force to rule and than means eventually taking over the P.A. or destroying it and creating new structure. It will be a long hard road that may go to no where.
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Posted 15 June 2007 - 04:32 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]Polish iBronislaw Pilsudski have its monument on Russian Sachalin

Bronislaw, brother of Marshal Jozef Pilsudski was Polish prisoner who organized together with Lenin brother
Assassination of tsar Alexander.
Lenin brother was executed, Bronislaw Pilsudski send on Siberia.
He works on culture of Aimow .
Pilsudski work saved Aim culture from demise.

B]


Pi?sudski Bronis?aw Piotr (1866-1918), was rewarded for his ethnography and sociology job written on voice recording drum and treasure of Aim religion costumes the Paris reward.
The celebrating attire was really fascinating, where garment and shoes were made from many type of decorated fish skin. Image himself beautiful fish skin dresses.
When Japan attacked Sakhalin he returned to Poland , where he couldn
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Posted 16 June 2007 - 03:05 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B]Hamas won the last election but Fatah and Israel have attacked them ever since. They will have to use force to rule and than means eventually taking over the P.A. or destroying it and creating new structure. It will be a long hard road that may go to no where.


Hamas way to nowhere?

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Posted 16 June 2007 - 09:14 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]Pi?sudski Bronis?aw Piotr (1866-1918), was rewarded for his ethnography and sociology job written on voice recording drum and treasure of Aim religion costumes the Paris reward.
The celebrating attire was really fascinating, where garment and shoes were made from many type of decorated fish skin. Image himself beautiful fish skin dresses.
When Japan attacked Sakhalin he returned to Poland , where he couldn
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Posted 16 June 2007 - 09:19 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]Hamas way to nowhere?

I don
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Posted 17 June 2007 - 09:41 PM

This population melting in the crowd of another nations.
Their existence is mostly documented and collected for the history and ethnography by Bronislaw Pilsudski.

You are committed error characteristic also for many individuals. They are only believe in the power of money . But it is a s great power but not only on this world.
Is it wrong or positive side of human nature?
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Posted 18 June 2007 - 05:47 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
This population melting in the crowd of another nations.
Their existence is mostly documented and collected for the history and ethnography by Bronislaw Pilsudski.

You are committed error characteristic also for many individuals. They are only believe in the power of money . But it is a s great power but not only on this world.
Is it wrong or positive side of human nature?
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What is the error I have commited?

I dont believe in the power of money, but I believe 'about' the power of money, it rules this world.

Is what wrong or positive?
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Posted 18 June 2007 - 06:22 AM

CORRIERE DELLA SERA: What about NATO?

VLADIMIR PUTIN: We think NATO expansion is different because NATO is a military-political bloc and this expansion creates friction in relations with Russia. We see no need for Ukraine to join NATO because no one has any plans to attack it, and we think that the argument that NATO expansion can make the fight against terrorism more effective is just empty talk that has nothing to do with common sense. NATO in itself does not help the fight against terrorism; multilateral cooperation helps us to combat terrorism. Today we face threats and challenges such as terrorism, human trafficking and drugs trafficking, organized crime and nuclear proliferation, and what help can bloc politics be here?

And there is more to add. We have spoken about what is actually happening in international affairs, the reasons for increased tension and so on. This happens because our partners are taking a more aggressive line in some areas now. You cite the case of NATO and Ukraine. But the public opinion surveys show that 60-70 per cent, perhaps even 80 per cent of people are against Ukraine joining NATO. Even so, the US Congress votes to finance Ukraine's accession to NATO. But have they asked the Ukrainian people what they want? Why are they not taking the Ukrainian public's views into account?

GLOBE AND MAIL: If NATO had advantages in terms of missile defence, it could perhaps be of use? The US is taking unilateral action, but if NATO were to get involved instead it would not look like an imperialist step. Everything might look different if NATO or Russia were to become involved in these missile defence plans.

VLADIMIR PUTIN: If NATO were involved this would not fundamentally change anything because we know how decisions are made in NATO. They were made in the same way in the Warsaw Pact. There was a joke in East Germany: How can you tell which of the telephones on Honecker's desk is the direct line to Moscow? Do you know this joke?

DER SPIEGEL: No.

VLADIMIR PUTIN: The answer is: it's the one with only a receiver and no mouthpiece. (Laughter).

The same goes for NATO, except that the telephone line goes not to Moscow in this case but to Washington, and so it would make no difference to us if NATO were heading this project.

As for the question of other countries participating, yes, we are not against this idea, but no one has asked us. We often hear talk of European solidarity and so on, but what solidarity are we talking about? Two countries -Poland and the Czech Republic -have decided to allow missile defence systems to be deployed on their territories. We are told that this is needed for Europe's defence. But has anyone asked Europe? Was this really a common European decision? The decision could have at least been taken through NATO, if only for cover. But no one was asked. I am sure that had Europe been asked it would have given its agreement, but the US did not even bother to consult with its allies in this case.

As for Russia, we are not against the idea of reflecting on this project. Indeed, strange though it may sound, we proposed this right from the start. We suggested working together right from the start but we got an immediate refusal. Later, seeing the opposition in Europe and around the world to their plans, our colleagues and partners said that actually they did want to talk to us. But do you know what their cooperation proposals amount to? They want us to provide our missiles as targets they can use in training. What clever fellows to have come up with such an idea! Some of my American colleagues, friends, people with a lot of experience in politics and international affairs, reacted the same way as you and laughed. I am referring to important US political figures.

But we have not heard any real proposals of substance, any proposals on far-reaching cooperation, and we know that no such proposals will be made because this system is being created as part of the United States' nuclear forces. Of course, it would be strange if they were to suddenly let Russia into their holy of holies. There is not anything to talk about. This is a serious affair. But if we saw that efforts are being mad e to take our views into account, to think about our security too, to preserve some kind of balance, and if we saw that this system does not threaten us and does not undermine our own potential, then of course we would be willing to work together. I think, however, that is not very likely. As I say, this would involve giving us access to the holy of holies of the strategic nuclear forces, and that is obviously a serious decision.

Thank you for your attention, and until we meet again.

Source: President of the Russian Federation website, Moscow, English 4 June 2007
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Posted 18 June 2007 - 01:15 PM

I believe that Putin was off yesterday, RT only reported celebration the Argentina victory in US Golf and shameful 25 celebration UK other Argentina on Falklands. . :wonder:
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Posted 18 June 2007 - 02:33 PM

BODIES OF 160 SERBS FOUND IN CROATIA
The remains of 160 Serbs killed during the 1991-95 war in Croatia have been exhumed in the central Croatian town of Petrinja, Croatian and Serbian forensic teams spent three days exhuming the bodies, which were buried in a church cemetery.
Serbia is currently looking for about 1,100 missing people.
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Posted 18 June 2007 - 02:44 PM

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Is what wrong or positive?



HUMAN RIGHTS WATCHDOG SLAMS LOWERING IN GEORGIA OF AGE OF CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITy but in Poland keep its mouth shut. why ?
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Posted 19 June 2007 - 12:11 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B]What is the error I have commited?

I dont believe in the power of money, but I believe 'about' the power of money, it rules this world.

Is what wrong or positive? B]

America and Israel must open the door to Hamas
The Bush administration is again committing a blunder in the Middle East by supporting the Israeli government in its refusal to recognise a Palestinian unity government that includes Hamas. This precludes any progress towards a peace settlement at a time when such progress could help avert conflagration in the greater Middle East.

The US and Israel seek to deal only with Mahmoud Abbas, Palestinian Authority president.
They hope new elections would deny Hamas the majority it has in the Palestinian legislative council.
This is a hopeless strategy.
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Posted 19 June 2007 - 01:01 PM

China Isn't a Manipulator, U.S. Congress Is:
China may not qualify as a currency manipulato. Not to worry: The U.S. Congress is happy to fill those shoes.
``Treasury was unable to determine that China's exchange rate policy was carried out for the purpose of preventing effective balance of payments adjustment or gaining unfair competitive advantage in international trade.''.
Was unable to determine or didn't see the point?
On the same day that Treasury was punting on name calling -- preferring, instead, a Strategic Economic Dialogue between the two countries -- four U.S. senators picked up the ball, introducing legislation that would make it easier for American companies to seek redress under anti-dumping laws.
``For too long our currency policy has left American workers and businesses unprotected from foreign governments seeking an unfair financial advantage,'' said Senate Finance Committee Chairman to its sponsors.
In case the good senator hasn't noticed in his 32 years in Congress, the U.S. has no currency policy. And as for getting China to adopt a more flexible exchange rate, anything Congress does will probably be
In the Asian financial crisis in 1997, ``some currencies practically dropped 40 percent overnight,'' Griswold said. ``It didn't create prosperity.''
China was singled out and praised for maintaining its peg to the U.S. dollar.
``Our previous legislation got China's attention,''. ``The purpose of this legislation is to require them to change.''
Schumer's ``elegant solution'' to the China conundrum involves identifying ``fundamentally misaligned currencies'' for ``priority action'' in 180 and 360 days if the misaligned country fails to adopt ``appropriate policies'' to realign itself. The final step would require the Treasury and Federal Reserve Board to consult with other central banks and consider ``remedial intervention in currency markets.''
As a practical matter, how would that work? Schumer's elegant solution seems to have some inelegant operational difficulties. For example, how exactly would the Fed sell dollars and buy yuan, a currency that isn't freely traded in the open market?
At the same time, do American consumers want to pay 40 percent more for underwear and other low-end apparel from China?
``To intentionally weaken the dollar to gain some illusory trade advantage is a fool's errand.''
Now there's a challenge Congress won't be able to resist.
intercepts from cabaum@bloomberg.net .
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Posted 19 June 2007 - 03:57 PM

Peace , war and chaos- who win, who will lost?
Russia, Chine, bless peace, USA, Israel honor war,
whose country citizens will be benefited from politics their country. ?:wonder:
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Posted 20 June 2007 - 01:11 AM

".....These are Putin's grievances. Does he not have a small point?
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Posted 20 June 2007 - 01:24 AM

If Russia made incision strikes on the two new sites, which the neo-cons think they have the natural born right to do themselves, I would expect that the uproar across Europe will put back the US programme at least a decade. It could topple any govt that tried to protect the US.

It could do ( the threat of war) to the the Europeans what Sept 11 did to the americans, but in reverse. It would split the EU at grass roots level if not higher.
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