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Posted 29 May 2008 - 06:13 AM

[quote name='Raggz']I found this.

...In America's foreign-policy debate one that has been bandied about too much lately is
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Posted 29 May 2008 - 06:17 AM

Number One at What???

If you mean hockey, let's talk hockey.

If you mean economics or life style, we should be talking first about how to be #49. Russia could work her way up, I respect Russia, but focus on 49th for now, then 48th and so on. Let's get back to this when Russia hits #10?


Most people will have observed that Russia has been on the way up and if you keep both eyes open Raggz you might see it for yourself on your way down as you pass.

One could say they are number one at restoring their own country while the US is number one at destablising their own country.
Some of the revolutionaries from the former are helping in the latter.
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Posted 29 May 2008 - 06:18 AM

I missed this last week Raggz.

The article was quite a mess and unfortunately it never gave the appropriate quote so it could clarified what Bush said and meant.

Much of the Economist article is full of common notions that have been engrained into the public thinking by repetitious propaganda.
Interesting the same journalist repeats the claim the President of Iran has called for the state of Israel to be destroyed ( of 'wiped off the map' fame) which was also a case of misrepresentation.
The President of Iran has made several repeat comments of Israel self-destructings.


I agree that the President of Iran has been careful to never make an indictable statement. He walks that line, but stay a millimeter away.
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Posted 29 May 2008 - 06:22 AM

Military Officials Question 9-11 ConspiracyCoverup
by PAKISTAN DAILY

(May 22, 2008)Twenty-five former U.S. military officers have severely criticized the official account of 9/11 and called for a new investigation.

They include former commander of U.S. Army Intelligence, Major GeneralAlbert Stubblebine, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Col. Ronald D. Ray, two former staff members of the Director of the National Security Agency; Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski, PhD, and
*** Lt. Col. Robert Bowman, PhD

"A lot of these pieces of information, taken together, prove that the official story, the official conspiracy theory of 9/11 is a bunch of hogwash. It
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Posted 02 June 2008 - 08:14 AM

The following is an excert from am article by a political anayst Dan Smoot, written in 1879.

"White's Bretton Woods Conference set policies which our governemnt has followed, without deviation, under all Presidents, since the end of World War Two. These policies were intended to accomplish four major objectives:

1. Strip the United States of its monetary gold reserve by giving the gold to other countries.

2. Build the industrial capacity of other nations, at our expense, to eliminate American productive superiority.

3. Take world markets - and much of the domestic market - away from American producers to stop American domination of world trade.

4. Entwine American affairs with those of other nations until the US could not have an independant policy, but would become an interdependant link in a world-wide socialist chain.

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'White' was Harry Dexter White an exposed communist in the US state dept. A key player in the Big Three conferences of the forties, the gift of Eastern Europe to Stalin, the creation of the UN and setting up the Cold War.

From these you can see why Mr Putin ( who has been doing the opposite) is unpopular with the western politicians and press where all have sold their nations souls to a cold-blooded elite.
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Posted 08 June 2008 - 01:12 AM

Extract from Obama's speach to the all american boys at the AIPAC
recently.

"I respect Sen. McCain, and look forward to a substantive debate with him these next five months. But on this point, we have differed, and we will differ. Sen. McCain refuses to understand or acknowledge the failure of the policy that he would continue. He criticizes my willingness to use strong diplomacy but offers only an alternate reality
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