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#7041 woj1@cyberonic.

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Posted 14 July 2007 - 07:57 PM

Bush lately has hinted that his faith in democracy is weakening by implying that a reasonable authority would be acceptable. Trouble is, the U.S. can't even find a dictator willing to take the job, given the present situation.

Now, when the issue has become getting Americans home from a war that has lasted longer than World War II.
It's hard to believe anyone can say that with a straight face. Iraq is unstable already. It's in the midst of civil war, with a million refugees and displaced people, hundreds of thousands of dead and wounded, its economy a total wreck, and virtually all work on repairing the infrastructure at a standstill.

Ironically, the last time Iraq was stable was when Saddam was in power.
Iraq is unstable because we made it unstable.
We destroyed Iraq's infrastructure, its economy and its government. We did.
One of the most shameful lies peddled by the Bush administration has been to blame the poor state of Iraq's infrastructure on Saddam.
We destroyed that infrastructure with wars, bombings and medieval sanctions. The miracle is that with all we were doing, Saddam managed to produce more electricity and more oil than our occupation has been able to produce.

What Bush has done is destroy the credibility of the U.S. sully our reputation almost beyond repair, demonstrate the weakness of our leadership and the vulnerability of our military, and convince many people in the world that we are an evil nation of idiots led by fools. intercpt from Excuses Keep on Coming

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Posted 15 July 2007 - 04:51 PM

Most recent words of o. Rydzyk.

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Posted 15 July 2007 - 07:36 PM

Would the rat call another rat awful?
ask Lech Kaczynski his brother Jaroslaw Kaczynski.
They are both involved in political provocation to become beloved tof he American government.

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 03:03 PM

Robot air attack squadron bound for Iraq Iraq - The airplane is the size of a jet fighter, powered by a turboprop engine, able to fly at 300 mph and reach 50,000 feet. It's outfitted with infrared, laser and radar targeting, and with a ton and a half of guided bombs and missiles.

The Reaper is loaded, but there's no one on board. Its pilot, as it bombs targets in Iraq, will sit at a video console 7,000 miles away in Nevada.

The arrival of these outsized U.S. "hunter-killer" drones, in aviation history's first robot attack squadron, will be a watershed moment even in an Iraq that has seen too many innovative ways to hunt and kill.

That moment, one the Air Force will likely low-key, is expected "soon," says the regional U.S. air commander. How soon? "We're still working that," Lt. Gen. Gary North said in an interview.

The Reaper's first combat deployment is expected in Afghanistan, and senior Air Force officers estimate it will land in Iraq sometime between this fall and next spring. They look forward to it.

"With more Reapers, I could send manned airplanes home," North said.

The Associated Press has learned that the Air Force is building a 400,000-square-foot expansion of the concrete ramp area now used for Predator drones here at Balad, the biggest U.S. air base in Iraq, 50 miles north of Baghdad. That new staging area could be turned over to Reapers.

It's another sign that the Air Force is planning for an extended stay in Iraq, supporting Iraqi government forces in any continuing conflict, even if U.S. ground troops are drawn down in the coming years.

The estimated two dozen or more unmanned MQ-1 Predators now doing surveillance over Iraq, as the 46th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron, have become mainstays of the U.S. war effort, offering round-the-clock airborne "eyes" watching over road convoys, tracking nighttime insurgent movements via infrared sensors, and occasionally unleashing one of their two Hellfire missiles on a target.

From about 36,000 flying hours in 2005, the Predators are expected to log 66,000 hours this year over Iraq and Afghanistan.

The MQ-9 Reaper, when compared with the 1995-vintage Predator, represents a major evolution of the unmanned aerial vehicle, or UAV.

At five tons gross weight, the Reaper is four times heavier than the Predator. Its size
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Posted 16 July 2007 - 04:22 PM

Non mitizziamo Darwin.
Sembra che con appropriati programmi scolastici
anche la scimmia pu? derivare dall'uomo.


We don't make Darwin a Mythe.
It seems that with appropriates scholastic programs
also the monkey can derive from the man.
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Posted 16 July 2007 - 07:31 PM

Only in Texas. :cheers:
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Posted 17 July 2007 - 03:24 PM

United in treason.
False tooth, false PiS ( Polish LAW and Justice party of Kaczynski brothers ) and false Mr Erdogan Islamist party,
an opposition to to end the fransfer of Turkish assets to foreign investors.
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Posted 17 July 2007 - 04:27 PM

The first-ever floating atomic power station, set to begin operations in the frigid White Sea by 2010.

In a sweeping revival of Russia's nuclear industry, President Vladimir Putin has signed off on the construction of 26 major new nuclear stations, which will almost double the share of atomic power in Russia's electrical grid. In addition, the country's main atomic agency says it hopes to export as many as 60 nuclear power plants in the next two decades.


"Russia's economy is growing faster than anyone predicted; it's outrunning the capacities of our energy sector," says Vladimir Fortov, director of the official Institute of High Energy Physics in Moscow. "We're already starting to feel shortages of electricity, even in the Moscow region."

About 15 percent of Russia's electricity comes from nuclear power. Putin wants to increase that to 25 percent or more by 2030.

Nuclear power engineering is no longer the Cinderella of Russian industry but "a priority branch for the country, which makes Russia a great power," "The most ambitious projects and progressive technologies are linked with this branch."

The new nuclear giant, to be called Atomenergoprom (Atomic Energy Industry Complex), is similar to other conglomerates that the Putin government has created and now runs in branches such as aircraft production, arms exports, electricity, and gas.

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Posted 18 July 2007 - 04:54 PM

UKRAINIAN AUTHORITIES CLAIM TO HAVE AFTERMATH OF PHOSPHORUS TRAIN DERAILMENT UNDER CONTROL
Emergency Situations Ministry spokesman Ihor Krol told Interfax on July 18 that the situation in the area of the toxic phosphorus spill in Lviv Oblast has been brought under control.
Six children with symptoms of injuries to their respiratory organs were hospitalized in Lviv, while 59 more children have been sent to other health centers. He added that rescue teams are continuing to spray water on the damaged train tanks and insulate them from exposure to the air with foam. On July 16, a freight train carrying poisonous yellow phosphorus in tanks from Kazakhstan to Poland derailed near the settlement of Ozhydiv in Lviv Oblast, and several tanks caught fire after the phosphorus leaked out. Deputy Prime Minister Oleksandr Kuzmuk commented on July 16 that the accident was the most serious environmental catastrophe in Ukraine.
. More than 800 people living in the area were evacuated. JM
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Posted 27 July 2007 - 04:21 PM

TWO U.S. SOLDIERS CONVERT TO ISLAM, MARRY IN AFGHANISTAN

. The "Hewad Daily" reported that the two soldiers are stationed at Bagram Air Base north of Kabul, the center of U.S.-led operations in Afghanistan. An unidentified U.S. military spokesman said he is working to verify the account, but added that freedom of religion is a protected right under the U.S. Constitution:scrollhah
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Posted 28 July 2007 - 01:30 AM

Howdy you guys.

Havent been getting notices of messages lately and then Pravda was off line for acouple of days.

Are ther no muslims in the US armed forces or state Guards?
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Posted 28 July 2007 - 02:04 PM

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Posted 28 July 2007 - 02:06 PM

In USA, contrary to Western Europe, and like in Democratic Countries in Central and Eastern European now, is high education paid by students.
Most of American students are the children poor majority who can effort paid for schools and sell themselves to military to get military scholarship.
Muslims in USA are mostly children from rich families who could effort school payments .. :wonder:
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Posted 28 July 2007 - 06:53 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
In USA, contrary to Western Europe, and like in Democratic Countries in Central and Eastern European now, is high education paid by students.
Most of American students are the children poor majority who can effort paid for schools and sell themselves to military to get military scholarship.
Muslims in USA are mostly children from rich families who could effort school payments .. :wonder:



I doubt that. I expect that muslims are of all economic levels and be mindful that negroes who are muslims are no small number and wouldnt just be well off people.
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Posted 29 July 2007 - 03:57 PM

These are the theses which Hitler with pleasure would be financial sponsor, I am not the racial devotee . :scrollhah
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Posted 29 July 2007 - 04:05 PM

Blair caught between Hamas and Fatah advice


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Posted 29 July 2007 - 06:22 PM

Remember, there is allways a white pale face inside yourself or in front of you.

Coloured Axioma
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Posted 30 July 2007 - 04:22 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
These are the theses which Hitler with pleasure would be financial sponsor, I am not the racial devotee . :scrollhah




Wrong, he paid me nothing!
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Posted 30 July 2007 - 04:48 AM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]Blair caught between Hamas and Fatah advice


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Posted 30 July 2007 - 04:36 PM

Gordon British general.

Gordon distinguished himself as a young officer in the Crimean War (1853
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