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10-28-2011 04:47 PM  6 years agoPost 61
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The entire US doesn't behave this way, however I can confirm that all Christians dance with snakes.
Not me! Have you ever tried to get dancing shoes on a snake?

Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about!

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10-28-2011 04:56 PM  6 years agoPost 62
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LOL!! I kid you not. I met someone from Iceland that believed that.

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10-28-2011 05:31 PM  6 years agoPost 63
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Well then, if you believe that every Muslim is out to kill you because you are an infidel then you win!
let's take this crude point and, for argument's sake, assume that it is so, what would the implications be (knowing that a fair percentage are Muslim)?

1) there will be far less people on earth, and it would decrease rapidly.

2) probably the whole human ecosystem will be totally obliterated, the social structure shot to pieces.

3) peace and the development of commerce/business would ground to a halt etc. . .

it's not in human nature to be this extreme - it would never work biologically or socially/politically. Not possible. Extremes NEVER work in nature or in our culture. They're always the minority that think that, never the majority.

as human beings we're actually being pushed in opposing directions with opposing ideologies etc. . . . which is why the world is in the mess that it is.

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10-28-2011 06:41 PM  6 years agoPost 64
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Exploiting their natural resources ?????
You must mean their oil.
Oil in Iraq, gas from the Caspian sea in Afghanistan, and it will be oil and water in Libya. Libya doesn't produce much oil now, but most of it has not been explored for oil, yet. Watch big corporations move in after complete privatisation of the Libyan oil industry.

It will be interesting to see which western corporation this is ''sold'' to. It could have ended starvation in Africa, but that would mean an end to the African continent being a source of cheap raw materials.

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Indigenous populations are another form of natural resources, when they can work, and pay tax to their governments to enable them to pay interest on their national debts. Under Gadaffi, the Libyan banking system was not tied in with the IMF, and Libya had virtually no national debt. All countries with central banks tied to the IMF have national debts. Even oil rich Qatar, by far the richest country in the world, per capita, has a significant national debt for it's size. Several months ago, the ''rebels'' in Libya with their C.I.A. appointed leader, took time out from their ''rebellion'' to set up a new central bank. Watch Libya go into debt in the near future, and I wonder what will happen to all their gold reserves, which were 5x the gold reserves the U.K. has, per capita.
Then, they are exploiting themselves if they offer their natural resources up for sale. I am not aware that anyone FORCES them to do that.
Do you think it's just coincidence that these new ''governments'' in middle eastern countries that we have invaded, denationalise all their energy resources, and the ones who decide to nationalise them end up getting invaded or overthrown by an Anglo-American organised coup détat?
Right. We are hunting down terrorists and killing them.
Sounds like a good thing to me.
You don't imagine there are tens of thousands of ''terrorists'' in these particular middle eastern countries, queuing up to come to the U.S. to crash planes into buildings, do you? If not, what sort of threat do you think they might pose, that justifies killing them?
Those bases would not be there if not for the permission of the king himself.
It sounds like you think highly of the most repressive of all Arab regimes, where there is no trial by jury, civilians are tortured by the monarch's personal 70,000 strong secret police, and where public executions by beheading are carried out a couple of times per week on average, for such ''crimes'' including apostasy, drug taking, witchcraft and sorcery. The country in which such items as Bibles are illegal, where 15 out of the 19 hijackers from 9/11 came from, and where much of the funding for various terrorist organisations comes from donations through the Muslim Brotherhood. The country which took ''pre-emptive action'' in it's Eastern Province to ensure that there was no chance of an Arab Spring happening there,and who sent troops over to Bahrain to kill some of their civilians during their attempt at an Arab Spring against their oppressive and unpopular leaders. So much for ''spreading democracy.''
BTW: It turns out that the Saudis and Americans got along very well and respected each others culture
Sure...
The king of Saudi Arabia invited us there during the Gulf war when Iraq invaded Kuwait and was poised on the border between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
Rather, the King ''invited'' U.S. troops when your government told him that Saddam was amassing forces on his border, when these U.S. troops were already half way there. Where is the evidence that these Iraqi forces were in fact gathering on the Saudi border, and/or that Saddam intended to invade Saudi Arabia? There isn't any.

http://johnpilger.com/articles/the-...to-the-contrary
It turns out that Saddam did make an attempt to invade Saudi Arabia. But, was turned back by coalition forces with overwhelming fire power twice.
When? If that had happened it would have been well publicised.
Get over yourself dusty.
Try taking you head out of the sand once in a while, DEET

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10-28-2011 06:46 PM  6 years agoPost 65
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Really dusty I mearly pointed out what is happening in the world today and you got to run off into a blame the US for all the worlds problems. A little off topic me thinks.
Really Thomas I didn't start the discussion on terrorism or WW2 etc, I was ''mearly'' (sic) responding to points that had already been raised. Please try to keep up...

You could always have tried to respond to even one specific of my response to your post, even the easy question I asked you. Do you actually know any Muslims, Thomas?

Here's another question relating to the point that you just raised: Do you think that in the video I posted, Ron Paul is ''running off into a blame the US for all the world's problems?''

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10-28-2011 06:48 PM  6 years agoPost 66
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Aparently our "guy in power" is fickle. 45$ a barrel one day 135$ the next...
Nah, that'll be ''big corporation''. ''Our guy in power'' charges big corporation a flat rate of around a measly 14c per barrel - but only once production is ''fully up and running.'' Before that time, they get nothing, but with all these oil reserves and allowing full access to them by big corporation, I'm sure the international banking cartel will be only too happy to lend them some pretend money.

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10-28-2011 06:49 PM  6 years agoPost 67
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When? If that had happened it would have been well publicised.
Once again, read "Every Man A Tiger" by Tom Clancy.

Its all there dusty. The entire war to remove the Iraqis from Kuwait told by the generals fighting the war.
You don't imagine there are tens of thousands of ''terrorists'' in these particular middle eastern countries, queuing up to come to the U.S. to crash planes into buildings, do you? If not, what sort of threat do you think they might pose, that justifies killing them?
Well, we could just leave them alone and have more 9/11's just happen.

Would that be OK with you?
It sounds like you think highly of the most repressive of all Arab regimes
It really don't matter what I think of them.
Try taking you head out of the sand once in a while
Try putting your head in the sand and keeping it there.

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10-28-2011 06:50 PM  6 years agoPost 68
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The entire US doesn't behave this way, however I can confirm that all Christians dance with snakes.
I take it they are all descended from the talking snake in the Garden of Eden?

Dusty

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10-28-2011 06:55 PM  6 years agoPost 69
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Once again, read "Every Man A Tiger" by Tom Clancy.
When you want an unbiased political view of a war, you don't read a book written by someone who got the story from someone who fought on one of the sides. That is what you call a ''one-sided view'' - the very definition of ''biased''.

That's like reading a Ford mag to determine which is the best between Ford and GM.
Well, we could just leave them alone and have more 9/11's just happen.
So, you do actually think that all these ''terrorists'' would come to the U.S. to crash planes into buildings. What about all the other ''terrorists'' in all the other Arab countries?

Doesn't the fact that 15 out of the 19 hijackers involved in 9/11 were Saudis register with you? If so, why don't you advocate invading Saudi Arabia?

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10-28-2011 07:23 PM  6 years agoPost 70
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When you want an unbiased political view of a war, you don't read a book written by someone who got the story from someone who fought on one of the sides. That is what you call a ''one-sided view'' - the very definition of ''biased''.

That's like reading a Ford mag to determine which is the best between Ford and GM.
Piss poor comparison dusty.

The interviews and story in that book were by Clancy of the general that headed the air portion of that war.

Why would he say that the Iraqis attempted an invasion of Saudi Arabia if they did not?
So, you do actually think that all these ''terrorists'' would come to the U.S. to crash planes into buildings. What about all the other ''terrorists'' in all the other Arab countries?
So, do you actually think they should be left alone so that we find out?
Doesn't the fact that 15 out of the 19 hijackers involved in 9/11 were Saudis register with you? If so, why don't you advocate invading Saudi Arabia?
Why would I? There never has been any direct evidence what so ever that the Saudi government has anything to do with 9/11, nor any evidence they sanctioned that event.

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10-28-2011 10:24 PM  6 years agoPost 71
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Dusty,

our Dennis here loves his raccoon costume far too much.

. . . and the park rangers always love a good hunt in the woods now and then.

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10-29-2011 02:03 AM  6 years agoPost 72
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Lybia was overthrown to give George Soros their oil fields. Period!
More overpriced gas for Europe.

Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about!

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10-29-2011 03:24 AM  6 years agoPost 73
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Do you actually know any Muslims, Thomas?
I know a few.It is not about a few people you know but what they will do when push comes to shove. The real question here is your lack of knowledge about the attributes of Christianity vers the attributes of islam. Islam is he fastest growing man made religion in the world and once they dominate a country sharia law will become the norm. Do you have a clue what sharia mandates ? Do you understand what all sects of Islam have in comon ? You had better study it now so you will fit in better.

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10-29-2011 04:52 AM  6 years agoPost 74
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Kinda a Mute Point : In a Bigger Picture - long run

Very little, if any territories of the middle east nation's have any viable natural resources. But a lot of what once was - and little if , - any of the most valuable - Oil an abundance and Water,- severely lacking.

Shame what they have done to some of the most fertile ground's along the Delta and the great River's of time - they are almost infertile and approaching desolate . Now it's being populated by desalination plant's. !000's of miles of desolation - populated in just small cluster's.

Hence the migration's toward's other natural resources. Fertile Soil's, Abundance of timber - fresh running water full of life - fed by snow fall among the mountains. Where there is a over abundance of game.

Not including the Western Technologies and Western Social Values and Life Styles. Not apparent in the Middle east unless it is imported with western education but they still migrate toward the Western method's and Values. CHRISTIAN

USA Home Land - coal, copper, bauxite, gypsum, taconite for steel production and the list is forever endless. Soil is fertile, we devise mean's to stop thing's from growing in it !

If needed we can grow our own fuel. Crazey part is - we are still sitting on literal OCEAN's of the stuff - but at a time it was cheaper and we got lazy -- it got out sourced .

Fossil Petroleum Energy was a literal Blood protection purchase . Saudi Oil for your USA blood to protect me. and From Whom ??

Oil embargo's of the 70's ?? I believe it was Mr. Peanut farmer that actually signed the 1st treaty for the house of Saudi. The first great mistake -

Arab's - Royalty - different than the the behavior of the other nation's. View ocean's of corn field's, hundred's of miles of timber, or mining for rare earth mineral resources in abundance in the middle east. Pretty rare.

Still not sure what is exportable but cotton.

Japan entered the Great War : re = Petroleum . Also applies to Germany. They built Ploiestie a syn - gas plant in the 40's to supply over 30% of their need's.

Japan just blew up 4 poison reactors all over the place- so --- and it's a island .
China is in the middle of honest to goodness Polio Epidemic - w/ vaccinations of around 300 million so far - and measles of a few strain's are up 40% globally . Most of the population of Africa is starving.

Our solution is very simple - FOOD - the Bread Basket - I have no idea why any one would raise 4000 head of cattle on a hobby farm or what you do with 800 billion bushels of corn alone seem's every one eat's it though.

even simpler - toss the electronic switch - stop the international transfer of funds - let all depend on their own provision's of natural resources. Bushel for a barrel. You want some thing you buy it. Fight your battles among your own tribes for your limited resources on your homeland.

Western Civilized Society - That should Blow Some One's Air Bag

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10-29-2011 07:38 AM  6 years agoPost 75
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^^^^^Aint those some of the points that the Wall Street protestors are there for????

Team- unbiased opinion.K.I.S.S principle upheld here

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10-29-2011 12:17 PM  6 years agoPost 76
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Aint those some of the points that the Wall Street protestors are there for????
Naw! This is the reason

https://rc.runryder.com/t669351p1/

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10-29-2011 12:24 PM  6 years agoPost 77
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The interviews and story in that book were by Clancy of the general that headed the air portion of that war.
Of course they were. We know that Clancy wasn't there.
Why would he say that the Iraqis attempted an invasion of Saudi Arabia if they did not?
So far, you are the only one here who claims this happened. Perhaps you misinterpreted what you read, or perhaps Clancy misinterpreted Horner. Perhaps Horner's superiors told him that to boost troop moral, and it is not a soldier's job to question his superiors. Or perhaps they told the Saudis that to provide an excuse to mobilise the troops that were based there into Iraq. Like I said, it wasn't widely reported, if it was reported at all. If it wasn't reported at all, chances are it didn't happen, because it would have been a useful piece of war propaganda if it did happen. Can you not even provide the dates you claim this is supposed to have happened on?
So, do you actually think they should be left alone so that we find out?
As no Afghan or Iraqi terrorist has flown a plane into a building in America, so there is no reason to think that any would. It's Saudi terrorists who fly planes into buildings, not Afghan or Iraqi terrorists. Do you actually think that Saudi terrorists should be left alone to see if they will fly more planes into buildings, when you could be hunting them down and killing them in Saudi Arabia?
Why would I?
To kill more ''terrorists'' of course. Then you can say the same thing about Saudi Arabia as you say about Iraq and Afghanistan:
Right. We are hunting down terrorists and killing them.
Sounds like a good thing to me.
There never has been any direct evidence what so ever that the Saudi government has anything to do with 9/11, nor any evidence they sanctioned that event.
There has never been any direct evidence whatsoever that Saddam or the Taliban had anything to do with 9/11, or any evidence that they sanctioned that event. The Saudi ''government'' includes an estimated 7.000 odd Princes. We don't even know how many for sure, never mind who they are or who they support. What we do know is that most of the hijackers on 9/11 came from Saudi Arabia, as does most of the funding for various terrorist organisations including Al Qaeda. So, why don't you think we should invade Saudi Arabia to hunt down and kill some more ''terrorists''?

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10-29-2011 12:28 PM  6 years agoPost 78
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Simple Dusty,because everything in this world is so black and white.Has anyone read"A simpletons guide to the universe"

Team- unbiased opinion.K.I.S.S principle upheld here

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10-29-2011 12:29 PM  6 years agoPost 79
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I know a few.It is ot about a few people ou know but what they will do when push comes to shove.
I see, so you don't trust them.
Do you have a clue what sharia mandates ?
It mandates different things in the different countries that use it.
Do you understand what all sects of Islam have in comon ?
They all believe in God. That is, God the Father of the Old Testament - same one that you believe in.
Islam is he fastest growing religion in the world and once they dominate a country sharia law will become the norm.
Turkey is the biggest country in the world where the majority of the population (around 99%) are Muslim. If your statement was true, Turkey would have Sharia Law. They don't, therefore your statement is false.
You had better study it now so you will fit in better.
You shouldn't be so concerned. Your Bible tells you that good triumphs over evil at the end of the day.

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10-29-2011 12:32 PM  6 years agoPost 80
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Kinda a Mute Point : In a Bigger Picture - long run

Very little, if any territories of the middle east nation's have any viable natural resources.
The Middle East is where most of the world's oil reserves are. Oil is a viable natural resource.
But a lot of what once was - and little if , - any of the most valuable - Oil an abundance and Water,- severely lacking.
Did you miss the point regarding the Libyan water project in Africa? Water is what makes plants grow.

Anyway, I think that's enough for now. Who let you out of your cage? Shoo, back to the God thread or we'll call the park ranger.

Dusty

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