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#6981 Bader

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Posted 26 June 2007 - 07:28 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
when

Islamic Hamas movement on Saturday called on the Egyptian authorities to let more than 4,000 Palestinians stranded at the Egyptian side of Rafah border crossing back into the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.
and
Israel detains senior Hamas leader in West Bank
and took him into custody.

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A likely outcome is tht when elections are held Hamas will get a cleansweep and fatah will loose because it obvious Fatah is just a prostitute.
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Posted 26 June 2007 - 07:41 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
U.S., Israel voice support for Abbas as leader-
and this is just world problem.

Abbas, as previously was Arafat, is traitor for Palestinian authority.

When Hamas will remove Abbas from power and American aid, the Palestinians finally will declare Palestinian state and Peace.
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The problem is the money. It has been embargoed by the US and EU until just recently which effectively rendered the voting of the people of no value by the democratic world.
I dont know about Japans money, they send huge amounts but I guess they do what the US wants.

Hamas got needs Russian, Iranian and others money to make up for it.

It may be an option for them now they control Gaza to declare a Palestinian State based in Gaza with no final boundaries, meaning its up to allPalestinians what the final state comprises of, which obviously will include the West Bank in due course. Once something is established the people will help build it. As soon as one is declared it will flush out the true Arabs from those who sleep with Uncle Sam, who will not recognise it. But this can only happen if others supply the funds.
Once the state is recognised they should then put a case for reparations from Europe, Britain and the US for giving their territory away to the Jews. It should equal the contributions made to Israel since it was formed.
Then it should not recognise the UN for sanctioning it.
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Posted 26 June 2007 - 07:56 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Czech President Vaclav Klaus said a failure by the European Union to reach agreement on a new EU treaty would not be a ``disaster'' and the enlarged bloc will continue to function without it.

Polish rejection of changes in the voting system and Britain's objections to extending the EU's powers are the biggest obstacles.

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``Nothing would happen'' if no compromise is reached, said Klaus, whose position is largely ceremonial, in an interview in the Prague Castle yesterday. ``Europe has been existing for years without a European constitution and Europe can very easily live without a similar constitution for years to come.''

I dont know why Blair is representing UK?



It could be pointed out it makes no difference in the long run if there is a constitution as witnessed in the US.
The Euro Commission will interpet it however they want to as its not subject to any govt or all the govts. Its a western version of the USSR ruled by the party not the govt, govts are just proxies.
A big threat to EU is Russia becoming a model of democracy that will show up the EU.
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Posted 27 June 2007 - 01:59 PM

Originally posted by Bader
Its all for one and none for all.



Oil one can now buy in Iraq buy on ration as a US friend. :scrollhah
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Posted 27 June 2007 - 02:32 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B]It could be pointed out it makes no difference in the long run if there is a constitution as witnessed in the US.
The Euro Commission will interpet it however they want to as its not subject to any govt or all the govts. Its a western version of the USSR ruled by the party not the govt, govts are just proxies.
A big threat to EU is Russia becoming a model of democracy that will show up the EU.B]



Venezuela takes over US oil projects
Venezuela
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Posted 27 June 2007 - 07:50 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]Venezuela takes over US oil projects
Venezuela
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Posted 28 June 2007 - 08:39 AM

Lol
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Posted 28 June 2007 - 11:13 AM

What's an unemployed world leader to do, especially one as young as former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair?

Fortunately, just as Blair's time in office was up, a group dedicated to bringing peace to the Mideast -- hung out a sign advertising for someone to stop the bloodletting in the region.

The U.S. was the driving force behind the appointment, which gives credence to the charge that Blair was President George W. Bush's poodle, and a toy one at that.

At joint appearances, it looked otherwise, as Bush would explain his rationale for the Iraq war in halting English and Blair would back him up, making the same excuses but with bigger words and a lovely upper-crust British accent.

Sending Tony Blair to negotiate a Middle East peace is worse than making Karen Hughes undersecretary for public diplomacy, charging her with explaining to the Arab world how, if only they understood us better, they would really, really like us. She's keeping busy, and on a good day, at least doing no harm.

Blair, if he's just being kept busy, is prolonging the day when someone with power -- say the head of state that he was -- starts knocking heads together.

In his new task, Blair will be undertaking a post that has defeated many before him who don't have his troubled history in the region. It's a post complicated by his singular role as Bush's enabler in starting the Iraq war, and by its domino effect -- the takeover of Gaza by Hamas and the West Bank by Fatah and the inability of anyone to do anything about it.

We have a far worse situation than when Blair and Bush began to assert themselves in the region: Fatahstine and Hamastan.


Although wedded to Bush, Blair actually resembles Clinton in his elevation of process over substance, his tendency to blame anyone but himself for his troubles as he did in his final press conference, and his facile personality.

It calls for the grubby, tedious work of building a legitimate governing infrastructure for the Palestinian Authority and dealing with terrorists running territories, at a time when Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is politically crippled after his inconclusive, if not losing, war against Hezbollah in Lebanon.

No cameras are going to be following Blair in the drab offices of Abbas or Olmert, when he speaks of peace in the Middle East.
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Posted 28 June 2007 - 12:17 PM

NATO PREPARED TO STOP SERBIAN MILITIA ON KEY ANNIVERSARY
NATO said on June 26 that it is prepared to prevent a Serbian nationalist militia from marking the 618th anniversary of Kosovo Polje, a battle in 1389 that destroyed the medieval Serbian state and ushered in five centuries of Ottoman rule over Kosova.:mad: :wonder: :jab:
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Posted 29 June 2007 - 06:34 AM

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Posted 29 June 2007 - 02:28 PM

Russians test ballistic missile

Russia has successfully tested a new, sea-based ballistic missile from a nuclear submarine, officials have said.
The weapon, capable of breaching anti-missile defence systems, flew almost the whole length of the country.

US plans to build a missile defence shield in Europe have angered Russia, which sees the proposal as a challenge to its influence in the region.

The Russian test comes as President Vladimir Putin heads for the US to meet President George W Bush on Sunday.


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Posted 30 June 2007 - 01:21 AM

ANNIVERSARY OF KOSOVA BATTLE, which in 1389 led to the destruction of the medieval Serbian state and ended Serbian rule over Kosova for roughly five centuries. NATO arrested one Serb and confiscated nationali banners and placards with photos of the leading ethnic-Serbian figures in the Balkan wars, former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic and the Bosnian Serb leaders Ratko Mladic and Radovan Karadzic.
SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH STRESSES KOSOVA'S CENTRALITY
Kosovar and international media reported that, in all, about 300 Serbs, including two Serbian ministers and Crown Prince Aleksandar II, and church dignitaries, on June 28 attended a religious ceremony at the monument to the Battle of Kosovo Polje,
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Posted 30 June 2007 - 05:24 PM

Walesa name day- invited and present friends;
Gieremek, Borowski- strangely surrounding for leader
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Posted 30 June 2007 - 05:47 PM

Know your enemy is even more critical in diplomacy than it is in warfare. .
He was not, as might have been expected, George W. Bush. Nobody can be bothered to talk to the White House any longer about Iraq and Iran, while on climate change Washington has successfully created a diversion and thwarted the German and British desire to make this the summit
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Posted 01 July 2007 - 04:54 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
What's an unemployed world leader to do, especially one as young as former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair?

Fortunately, just as Blair's time in office was up, a group dedicated to bringing peace to the Mideast -- hung out a sign advertising for someone to stop the bloodletting in the region.

The U.S. was the driving force behind the appointment, which gives credence to the charge that Blair was President George W. Bush's poodle, and a toy one at that.

At joint appearances, it looked otherwise, as Bush would explain his rationale for the Iraq war in halting English and Blair would back him up, making the same excuses but with bigger words and a lovely upper-crust British accent.

Sending Tony Blair to negotiate a Middle East peace is worse than making Karen Hughes undersecretary for public diplomacy, charging her with explaining to the Arab world how, if only they understood us better, they would really, really like us. She's keeping busy, and on a good day, at least doing no harm.

Blair, if he's just being kept busy, is prolonging the day when someone with power -- say the head of state that he was -- starts knocking heads together.

In his new task, Blair will be undertaking a post that has defeated many before him who don't have his troubled history in the region. It's a post complicated by his singular role as Bush's enabler in starting the Iraq war, and by its domino effect -- the takeover of Gaza by Hamas and the West Bank by Fatah and the inability of anyone to do anything about it.

We have a far worse situation than when Blair and Bush began to assert themselves in the region: Fatahstine and Hamastan.


Although wedded to Bush, Blair actually resembles Clinton in his elevation of process over substance, his tendency to blame anyone but himself for his troubles as he did in his final press conference, and his facile personality.

It calls for the grubby, tedious work of building a legitimate governing infrastructure for the Palestinian Authority and dealing with terrorists running territories, at a time when Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is politically crippled after his inconclusive, if not losing, war against Hezbollah in Lebanon.

No cameras are going to be following Blair in the drab offices of Abbas or Olmert, when he speaks of peace in the Middle East.



No self respecting official would welcome Blair, a lier and commitor of crime against humanity.
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Posted 01 July 2007 - 04:58 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
NATO PREPARED TO STOP SERBIAN MILITIA ON KEY ANNIVERSARY
NATO said on June 26 that it is prepared to prevent a Serbian nationalist militia from marking the 618th anniversary of Kosovo Polje, a battle in 1389 that destroyed the medieval Serbian state and ushered in five centuries of Ottoman rule over Kosova.:mad: :wonder: :jab:



WEll now isnt that just typical. NATO and the US have in recent time destroyed Serbia and ushered in Islamic rule over Kosovo.
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Posted 01 July 2007 - 06:31 PM

KENNEBUNKPORT, US President George W. Bush was to host his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin at his family vacation home on the rocky Atlantic coast Sunday, hoping to use the informal setting to defuse sharp differences over missile defense, Iran and human rights.

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"I hope that the dialogue with this person with whom I've formed good, I would say friendly relations, will take place in exactly that spirit," .

"Otherwise I wouldn't be going and wouldn't have received the invitation."

The leaders were also facing acute discord over Kosovo.

Putin opposed the US invasion of Iraq in 2003 and now Western efforts to allow Kosovo to move toward independence from Serbia under UN supervision.

Russia particularly sees a planned US missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic as a threat -- despite Washington's insistence that the system is targeted at possible attacks from a "rogue state" such as Iran.

The White House said areas of cooperation between the two governments, such as efforts to curtail Iran's and North Korea's nuclear ambitions, could also be on the agenda.

Asked if Bush would lobby Putin to support such sanctions, National Security Council spokesman Gordon Johndroe said "issues related to Iran are likely to come up, but let's let the meeting take place first."

Hundreds of protesters also descended on Kennebunkport to demonstrate against Bush.
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Posted 01 July 2007 - 06:55 PM

A Lost Opportunity for China
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Posted 01 July 2007 - 07:07 PM

To Be Young and Liberal in America (3 Letters)

Published: July 1, 2007
To the Editor:

Young Americans Are Leaning Left, New Poll Finds (June 27, 2007) Re
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Posted 02 July 2007 - 03:32 PM

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