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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

12 Years to the day after 911, The US of America is allied in Syria with the same forces that attacked our country on that day, September 11. Al Qaeda is the dominant force in the Syrian opposition. Have they changed? Have a look



HAS JOHN MCCAIN CHANGED?




  1. Expert Report: Talk of WMD Terror Threat to U.S. Has Been 'Overheated'

    By Rachel Oswald, Global Security Newswire
    September 9, 2013 | 2:02 p.m.

    WASHINGTON -- Warnings over the past dozen years of the threat of extremists carrying out weapons-of-mass-destruction attacks on the United States have been overblown, concludes a new think-tank report released on Monday.

    The Bipartisan Policy Center report notes that in the 12 years since the Sept. 11 attacks, no domestic Islamist terrorist groups or individuals are known to have gained access to or utilized chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear weapons.

    “This point bears repeating as there has been considerable overheated commentary on this subject over the past decade,” states the report, a project of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Homeland Security Project. The 84-page report, which is backed by the former heads of the 9/11 Commission, is the first in a series of planned yearly threat assessments on the Islamist terror threat.

    The document notes that none of the 221 separate cases of known Islamist extremism since Sept. 11 have involved reports of WMD acquisition, production or usage.

    "Jihadist Terrorism: A Threat Assessment" was written by Peter Bergen, a national security analyst who appears on CNN; Bruce Hoffman, director of Georgetown University’s Center for Security Studies; and Mike Hurley, a former career CIA operations officer.
    The authors emphasize that the lack of Islamist WMD attacks to date does not eliminate the need to continue efforts to secure and lock-down WMD-relevant materials.
  2. Former Republican New Jersey Governor Tom Kean, who chaired the now-disbanded 9/11 Commission, formally named the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, said he sees some WMD threats as more exaggerated than other perils. 

    Those include, he said, “the wilder, almost science-fiction” warnings about the potential for terrorists to detonate a nuclear device in the atmosphere above the United States for the purposes of creating an electromagnetic pulse that could disrupt and damage the electrical grid below.

    A number of Washington political figures and pundits are calling for the United States to take steps to strengthen the disparate electrical networks in the country so that they can better withstand a feared EMP attack. A massive test involving over 150 companies and organizations is planned for November that is intended to examine how local governments and businesses handle a sudden shutdown of the electrical grid due to a terror attack or natural disaster.

    In terms of how to most effectively defend against a WMD strike, Kean said he sees the most cost-effective approach coming from investing more to help public-health systems respond to attacks.
    "I think when you talk about health facilities, that to me is always a priority because it covers everything," Kean said in a phone interview with Global Security Newswire. He co-chairs the BPC Homeland Security Project with Lee Hamilton, the former 9/11 Commission vice chairman and a onetime Democratic congressman from Indiana.

    The federal government in recent years has moved to substantially curtail the funding it provides to state and local public-health agencies and emergency-response-planning efforts, according to a November 2012 study by the Aspen Institute, a nonpartisan think-tank based in Washington. The loss of funding has meant that much of the headway in preparing localities for responding to WMD terror attacks, notably biological ones, is being rolled back, according to the Aspen report.

    Addressing the law-enforcement response to the April Boston Marathon bombing, the BPC report warns against overreacting to future conventional terror attacks on the homeland in order to avoid playing into the hands of terrorists.

    "The Boston Marathon bombings, for example, an undeniably tragic but comparatively modest terrorist incident, closed down not only the Boston suburb where the Tsarnaev brothers were believed to have fled, but the entire Boston metropolitan area and Logan International Airport," reads the BPC threat assessment. “The lesson to future adversaries is that even a handful of deaths can elicit a large response.”

    The report offers a list of recommendations for improving U.S. national security. Those include drastically curtailing the number of congressional committees that have oversight of the Homeland Security Department. Currently a “mind-boggling" 108 panels have oversight of differing aspects of the department, according to the study.

    "We are less safe because Congress has not addressed the jurisdictional problems" with DHS oversight, Kean said


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  1. Who Do You Trust?
    By MAUREEN DOWD
    Published: September 10, 2013

    WASHINGTON — Vladimir Putin, who keeps Edward Snowden on a leash and lets members of a riotous girl band rot in jail, has thrown President Obama a lifeline.

    The Russian president had coldly brushed back Obama on Snowden and Syria, and only last week called John Kerry a liar.

    Now, when it is clear Obama can’t convince Congress, the American public, his own wife, the world, Liz Cheney or even Donald “Shock and Awe” Rumsfeld to bomb Syria — just a teensy-weensy bit — Pooty-Poot (as W. called him) rides, shirtless, to the rescue, offering him a face-saving way out? If it were a movie, we’d know it was a trick. We can’t trust the soulless Putin — his Botox has given the former K.G.B. officer even more of a poker face — or the heartless Bashar al-Assad. By Tuesday, Putin the Peacemaker was already setting conditions.

    Just as Obama and Kerry — with assists from Hillary and some senators — were huffing and puffing that it was their military threat that led to the breakthrough, Putin moved to neuter them, saying they’d have to drop their military threat before any deal could proceed. The administration’s saber-rattling felt more like knees rattling. Oh, for the good old days when Obama was leading from behind. Now these guys are leading by slip-of-the-tongue.

    Amateur hour started when Obama dithered on Syria and failed to explain the stakes there. It escalated last August with a slip by the methodical wordsmith about “a red line for us” — which the president and Kerry later tried to blur as the world’s red line, except the world was averting its eyes.

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    Obama’s flip-flopping, ambivalent leadership led him to the exact place he never wanted to be: unilateral instead of unified. Once again, as with gun control and other issues, he had not done the groundwork necessary to line up support. The bumbling approach climaxed with two off-the-cuff remarks by Kerry, hitting a rough patch in the role of a lifetime, during a London press conference Monday; he offered to forgo an attack if Assad turned over “every single bit of his chemical weapons to the international community” and promised, if they did strike, that it would be an “unbelievably small” effort.

    A State Department spokeswoman walked back Kerry’s first slip, but once the White House realized it was the only emergency exit sign around, Kerry walked back the walking back, claiming at a Congressional hearing Tuesday that he did not “misspeak.”

    The president countered Kerry’s second slip with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie Monday night, declaring that “The U.S. does not do pinpricks,” which Kerry parroted at the hearing Tuesday, declaring that “We don’t do pinpricks.” For good measure, Obama, in his address to the nation Tuesday night, made sure the world knew: “The United States military doesn’t do pinpricks.”

    Where the mindlessly certain W. adopted a fig leaf of diplomacy to use force in Iraq, the mindfully uncertain Obama is adopting a fig leaf of force to use diplomacy in Syria.

    Even as Democrats tiptoed away from the red line, eager to kick the can of Sarin down the road, their own harsh rhetoric haunted them. Kerry compared Assad to Hitler last week, and Harry Reid evoked ”Nazi death camps” on the Senate floor Monday.

    Again, an echo of the misbegotten Iraq. Making his hyperbolic case for war, W. was huffy with Germans on a visit in 2002, irritated that they did not seem to grasp the horror of “a dictator who gassed his own people,” as he put it to a Berlin reporter.

    Obama cried over the children of Newtown. He is stricken, as he said in his address Tuesday, by “images of children writhing in pain and going still on a cold hospital floor” from “poison gas.” He thought — or thought he thought — that avenging the gassing was the right thing to do. But W., once more haunting his successor’s presidency, drained credibility, coffers and compassion.

    While most Americans shudder at the news that 400 children have been killed by a monster, they recoil at the Middle East now; they’ve had it with Shiites vs. Sunnis, with Alawites and all the ancient hatreds. Kerry can bluster that “we’re not waiting for long” for Assad to cough up the weapons, but it will be hard for him to back it up, given that a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll indicates that Joe Sixpack is now a peacenik; in 2005, 60 percent of Republicans agreed with W. that America should foster democracy in the world; now only 19 percent of Republicans believe it.

    W., Dick Cheney and Rumsfeld launched a social engineering scheme to change the mind-set in the Middle East about democracy and the mind-set at home about the post-Vietnam reluctance to be muscular about imposing our values through war. They did manage to drastically change the mind-set in the Middle East and at home, but in the opposite way than they intended.

    In a crouch after 9/11, the country was happy to punish an Arab villain, even the wrong one. That mass delusion, plus the economic vertigo, has sent Americans into a permanent crouch. And that’s too bad.

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  3. Ouch > Tuesday night, made sure the world knew: “The United States military doesn’t do pinpricks.”

    Where the mindlessly certain W. adopted a fig leaf of diplomacy to use force in Iraq, the mindfully uncertain Obama is adopting a fig leaf of force to use diplomacy in Syria.

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    1. We're like the black sheriff, with the gun to his own head, in Blazing Saddles -

      The Saudis must be shaking their heads in amazement.

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  5. The Colorado state senate president who faced a backlash after casting votes for gun control has conceded in a race to recall him from office, and the Associated Press says a second state lawmaker who cast the same votes has lost her recall vote.

    Now bring on the Syria War Vote. Make our day.

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      We will be lucky to see a Syrian vote any time soon.


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    2. Luck has nothing to do with it.

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  6. Iran threatens widespread retaliation against U.S. and allies

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/09/10/iran-threatens-widespread-retaliation-against-u-s-and-allies/#ixzz2ealLmNVr

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  7. CIA finds 1 in 5 flagged job applicants come from Hamas, Hezbollah, al Qaeda

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/sep/2/cia-finds-1-5-job-applicants-hail-hamas-hezbollah-/

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  8. Love you tons and miss you bunches.. :)
    Big bear hug and sloppy kisses,
    Your niece..



    FOREIGN POLICY AT ITS BEST.

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    1. One night in Vegas makes a hard man humble

      Not much between despair and ecstasy
      One night in Vegas and the tough guys tumble
      Can't be too careful with your company
      I can feel the devil walking next to you

      One night in Vegas and your whole world crumbles.

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    2. :)

      IV am beginning to find you humorous.

      You certainly work at it.

      Not bad, not bad at all.

      bob

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      Again, Uncle Gob?

      Not bad, not bad at all.


      Yeah, really, especially when Murray Head sings it.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAIFOR0Tmyw


      You doofus.

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  9. Who remembers the Secretary of State from forty years ago?

    But she and I will remember one another for ever.

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    1. For ever?

      You will be dead and buried within a decade

      You will not remember a thing

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    2. You are a moron and don't 'get' Kant's idea of time.

      You are disgusting.

      Please leave me alone now.

      Peace.

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    3. Fuck Kant

      Do or do not

      Better to can than Kant

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  10. You are just jealous, anon. you got no way with the wimmin, like Ruf and me, you don't even got Bank of America Card.

    Loser.

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    1. I never had to spend $900 to get some pussy, either


      Winning!

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    2. I have had to pay 'em to leave

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    3. Don't put me in your "idiot club." I never sent money to Germany for some hindu pussy that I'll never get.

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    4. wow... such a feeling of remembrance on 911.

      How about we think of benghazi or 911?

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  11. Report to Deuce as requested:

    She is coming back around January I think.

    This break has been really good for her.

    She is getting her balance again after an awful experience.

    She is gonna 'make it'.

    She is lovely in all ways.

    My God, she is working at the Max Planck Institute of Brain Science doing imaging.

    She is something 'special'.

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      Long Distance Love Affair

      My wife is suspicious and my daughter is too
      But I'd give up everything if I could canoodle with you
      Couldn't pay this month's tab at the old liquor store
      But still, here's the $900 clams that you just asked me for
      I was surprised to hear of the illness of your brother Babu
      But until I get paid your requests for more funds will have to accrue.

      Love and kisses and great big bear hugs
      from Uncle Gob your bundle of love

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    4. HO ho ho

      To you old Q

      She would never turn

      For the sweet 900

      Nor ever ever screw

      To make it sound

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    5. QUIRK SHOWS HIS DIRTY ROTTEN DETROIT 'MENTALITY' HERE,



      HE JUST ALWAYS ASSUMES THERE'S GOT TO BE A QUID FOR EVERY QUO.

      Q IS AN APE.

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    6. And needs underarm deodorant really badly;

      OOOOfff, that a real blast in the face.

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    7. Braathe through bandana uncle bob and rush upwind.

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      HE JUST ALWAYS ASSUMES THERE'S GOT TO BE A QUID FOR EVERY QUO.


      Not at all. In this case, I would be very, very, very surprised if you got even symbolic quid for that quo you been laying out.

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  12. Kennedy accused himself of naïveté for trusting the military’s judgment that the Cuban operation was well thought-out and capable of success. “Those sons of bitches with all the fruit salad just sat there nodding, saying it would work,” Kennedy said of the chiefs. He repeatedly told his wife, “Oh my God, the bunch of advisers that we inherited!” Kennedy concluded that he was too little schooled in the Pentagon’s covert ways and that he had been overly deferential to the CIA and the military chiefs. He later told Schlesinger he had made the mistake of thinking that “the military and intelligence people have some secret skill not available to ordinary mortals.” His lesson: never rely on the experts. Or at least: be skeptical of the inside experts’ advice, and consult with outsiders who may hold a more detached view of the policy in question.

    http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2013/08/jfk-vs-the-military/309496/

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    1. Kennedy’s civilian advisers were elated when Khrushchev agreed to withdraw the missiles. But the military chiefs refused to believe that the Soviet leader would actually do what he had promised. They sent the president a memo accusing Khrushchev of delaying the missiles’ departure “while preparing the ground for diplomatic blackmail.” Absent “irrefutable evidence” of Khrushchev’s compliance, they continued to recommend a full-scale air strike and an invasion.

      Kennedy ignored their advice. Hours after the crisis ended, when he met with some of the military chiefs to thank them for their help, they made no secret of their disdain. LeMay portrayed the settlement as “the greatest defeat in our history” and said the only remedy was a prompt invasion. Admiral George Anderson, the Navy chief of staff, declared, “We have been had!” Kennedy was described as “absolutely shocked” by their remarks; he was left “stuttering in reply.” Soon afterward, Benjamin Bradlee, a journalist and friend, heard him erupt in “an explosion … about his forceful, positive lack of admiration for the Joint Chiefs of Staff.”

      Yet Kennedy could not simply disregard their advice. “We must operate on the presumption that the Russians may try again,” he told McNamara. When Castro refused to allow United Nations inspectors to look for nuclear missiles and continued to pose a subversive threat throughout Latin America, Kennedy continued planning to oust him from power. Not by an invasion, however. “We could end up bogged down,” Kennedy wrote to McNamara on November 5. “We should keep constantly in mind the British in Boer War, the Russians in the last war with the Finnish and our own experience with the North Koreans.”

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  13. “The first thing I’m going to tell my successor,” Kennedy told guests at the White House, “is to watch the generals, and to avoid feeling that just because they were military men, their opinions on military matters were worth a damn.”

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  14. Our personal data, gleaned by the NSA is shared with Israel, no questions asked. No wonder AIPAC has the American flag embossed on the Star of David.

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  15. Here is the link to the agreement:

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/interactive/2013/sep/11/nsa-israel-intelligence-memorandum-understanding-document


    That is what happens when you let a foreign agency Mossad, using AIPAC as a front, having unfettered access to roam the halls of congress at will. And please don’t tell me Mossad is not part of AIPAC. It is Mossad’s best producer.

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  16. Israeli Mossad Agents allegedly Impersonated CIA in fostering Baluch Terrorism against Iran

    Posted on 01/14/2012 by Juan Cole

    Mark Perry reveals that Israeli Mossad intelligence operatives pretended to be American field officers when contacting members of the Baluch Jundullah terrorist group, presumably in Pakistan, and funding and encouraging Jundullah to blow up targets in Iran.

    Among Jundullah operations was a July, 2010, bombing of a Shiite mosque in Zahedan in July of 2010– which killed 27 innocent civilians and injured 169. It was blamed by Shiite authorities on the United States.

    The province of Sistan and Baluchistan in Iran is dominated by members of the Baluch ethnic minority, who are Sunni and speak a distinctive Indo-Iranian language, in addition to Persian. Zahedan, the capital, has a lot of Persian Shiites from elsewhere in Iran.

    If the allegations are true, they indict the right wing Israeli government on several counts:

    1. Of being involved in terrorist operations against civilians and,

    2. Of falsely implicating the US government in those terrorist operations, shifting blame onto the CIA and also encouraging Iranian counter-attacks on Americans.

    Just to be clear, it is too soon to absolve US agencies from any involvement in Jundullah. But apparently from what Perry says, that would have been very indirect, through third or fourth parties. Washington is annoyed that Mossad made it look direct, in hopes of provoking Iranian terrorism against the US and ginning up a war.

    Israeli right wing governments have often been perfidious “allies.” Their political agent in the United States, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), has assiduously spied on America, garnering military, technological and trade secrets. The spying is so normal that when AIPAC fired the longtime head of its Mideast bureau, Steven Rosen, who had been caught passing classified Pentagon documents to the Israeli embassy, he sued AIPAC on the grounds that he was only acting as AIPAC operatives routinely did. That is, it was unfair to fire him for this offense, given the long history of domestic espionage conducted by that organization.

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    1. did this come direct from the "white nations brotherhood site" or the PLO's website?

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    Likewise, the assassination by Mossad operatives in Dubai of alleged Hamas figure Mahmoud al-Mabhouh involved massive identity theft by Israeli agents of names, passports and other information of nationals from countries considered friendly to Israel such as Australia and the UK. 1) Identity theft is wrong. 2) Stealing another person’s identity to commit murder is wrong, both because murder is a crime and because the consequences of the murder would then fall on an innocent. 3) Israel was clearly attempting to deflect a) international blame and b) any Hamas retaliation onto the innocent citizens of countries that supported Israel. That’s about as sleazy as you can get.

    In the peculiar American system of legalized bribery, AIPAC has bought most US congressmen by organizing thousands of Jewish and Christian Zionist groups to give money to Congressional campaigns. AIPAC ought to have to register as an agent of a foreign country, but is allowed to so function without any let or hindrance, by the FBI, which really ought to intervene here.

    The hypocrisy is so thick you could drown in it. The Israel lobbies have managed to configure the Hizbullah party-militia of Lebanon as a “terrorist” organization, when Hizbullah’s major military operations were defensive, aimed at expelling occupying, aggressive Israeli troops from Lebanese territory on which they had unlawfully squatted.

    But when Mossad (pretending to be Americans) buys Baluchi agents to blow up innocent worshippers in mosques in Zahedan, that is defined away as not terrorism. Not only will there be no consequences for Israel for endangering American lives by impersonating CIA field officers, but it won’t even be reported in most American news outlets that Israel may have done so.

    [Earlier post mistaken; Jundullah recently designated terrorist organization.]

    In fact, Israel will be rewarded for bad behavior be even more taxpayer money in “aid” (Israel’s per capita income is greater than some European countries and it doesn’t need any American taxpayer money as aid). And, far right wing and very pernicious Israeli demands such as the unilateral annexation of Jerusalem and gradual expulsion of its Palestinian inhabitants, have been obsequiously adopted by the Republican presidential candidates.

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    1. Yep on 9/11 you bash Israel.

      Tells a lot...

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    2. False flags are flying all over the "War on Terror"

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    3. False flags are like fluttering butterflies on the battlefield of love

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    4. SO Israel took out a Hamas "mastermind".

      How many jihadists has America taken out via drones?

      Hamas has murdered scores of Israelis (and Americans) in Israel, rained ten thousand rockets down on civilians, kidnapped soldiers.

      Why is a bad thing that Israel took him out?

      Did not America during WW2 not take out top Nazis? Top nazi scientists?

      Hmm...

      Sounds like only those killed by Israel are considered "crimes"....

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    5. The hypocrisy is so thick you could drown in it. The Israel lobbies have managed to configure the Hizbullah party-militia of Lebanon as a “terrorist” organization, when Hizbullah’s major military operations were defensive, aimed at expelling occupying, aggressive Israeli troops from Lebanese territory on which they had unlawfully squatted.



      So when Israel withdrew from Lebanon, to the applause of the world and the UN Hezbollah up'd it's arms and aggressive behaviors.

      SO much so it crossed the border and KIDNAPPED 3 Israelis, tortured, murdered and dismembered them.

      This cause the south lebanese war.

      So your statement?

      Complete and total bullshit.

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    6. The cause of the south lebanese war ...

      The establishment by colonialist forces of the state of Israel in 1948.

      Complete and utter truth.

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    7. Those Israeli are always flying false flags, always looking to deflect blame for their actions of aggression onto the victims of their actions of aggression.


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    8. Yep "actions of aggression"

      Living, existing are "actions of aggression" to those that seek the destruction of Israel.

      Must piss you off that Jews and Israel exist.

      In 1948, when the UN scaled down the offer for the creation of the modern state of Israel, after the Ottomans had been defeated and the Nazis as well, the League of Nations offer for a Jewish state from the river to the sea was scaled down to a tiny sliver of it's historic lands. The Arabs rejected that offer to create 2 states. One for the Jews and one for the arabs.

      Let's restate that.

      The Arabs? Have turned down a arab-palestine numerous times.

      Sucks out numbering Jews 30 to one and still lose to Jews....

      But now the arab world is hundreds of millions strong and still cant feed it'sself.

      Maybe someday the arabs will understand that the Jews, Abraham's non-bastard son might have a better plan than listening to the so called leaders of the arab world...

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    9. And, far right wing and very pernicious Israeli demands such as the unilateral annexation of Jerusalem and gradual expulsion of its Palestinian inhabitants, have been obsequiously adopted by the Republican presidential candidates.


      How dare the Jews think that the western wall and Jewish east Jerusalem should be their capital!~!!

      The gaul...

      How dare Israel allow arabs to grow communities INSIDE Israel and jerusalem as well!!!

      The GAUL...

      there are 10 times more arabs living in Jerusalem today than at any time in history.

      the GAUL...

      As for EXPULSIONS? More jews were expelled by the arabs from 1948-1967 than palestinians ever were....

      And there are MORE arab citizens of Israel today than existed from the river to the sea in 1948.

      Arabs in Israel are healthy, well read, educated, own businesses, are full citizens to such a point?

      Miss Israel last year? An Arab.

      there are arab supreme court justices, cops and sports heroes.

      Now in the Arab world that squats on the other 899/900th of the middle east? Scrubbed clean of Jews and on the way? Scrubbed clean of christians....

      Forget gays, transgendered, transvestites, lesbians, mormons, pagans, wiccans... all gone from arab lands...

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    10. Miss Israel last year? An Arab.

      There goes our racist, Arab-phobic Israeli, yet again.
      What does it matter what ethnicity Miss Israel is?
      Only a racist would care enough to mention it.

      A Misogynist as well.
      Look at how he uses the word "squat" derogatorily, only a Misogynist would be so crude.

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    11. He wants us to envision Miss Israel, as she is squatting over her Arabic cousins.

      Not yet reaching the grand heights of the work of a master wordsmith, like Ernest Hemingway. WIO is none the less showing a marked improvement in his writing style. Especially when compared to his previous attempts at forging mental images in the mind of the reader. The subliminal imagery of Miss Israel squatting on Arabia, just to to intense for this casual reader.

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    12. Actually I, in no way, implied that Miss Israel, an Arab, should "squat" over arabic cousins.

      I did clearly infer that Arabs "squat" or carpetbag in North Africa & such.

      I, an American, do not understand how sick a mind these "anon's" are to see something ungainly in ever word posted.

      It's really the sign of a sick, twisted person.

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    13. here was the statement: Now in the Arab world that squats on the other 899/900th of the middle east? Scrubbed clean of Jews and on the way? Scrubbed clean of christians....

      The Arab world has conquered other people's lands.

      Sometimes? The original people fight back.

      The Berbers, Druze, Coptics, JEWS, Kurds and more all lived in these lands for THOUSANDS of years before the Arabs crawled out of Arabia in 640ce.

      it's basic history.

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    14. AnonymousWed Sep 11, 05:42:00 PM EDT
      Miss Israel last year? An Arab.

      There goes our racist, Arab-phobic Israeli, yet again.
      What does it matter what ethnicity Miss Israel is?
      Only a racist would care enough to mention it.



      Hardly ANON, only a racist would call Israel an apartheid nation.

      Discussing the pluralistic nature of the great nation of Israel just shows how great, pluralistic and free it is in a sea of arab savages intent on murdering all Israelis, Jews, Christians, Moslems and all...

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  18. False flags litter the battlefield of asymmetric warfare

    Manhattan to Jerusalem
    Kabul to Cairo

    No telling who is on what team, even with a score card

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    1. Why did the Bush Administration allow the family bin Laden to leave the country, when all other civil air traffic in the nation had been grounded?

      Whose flag was that flying so high, up there in the sky?

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    2. 16 Saudi members of Al Queda (an organization largely funded by Saudis) knocked down the twin towers, and caused Trillions of dollars in lost economic activity, and wars,

      and now, the Saudis have "recruited?" us to ally with Al Queda to take down a Government that is causing us no trouble, whatsoever.

      But, no, it's not about the oil.

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    3. Whose flag is she flying, today?

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    4. Whose flag are you flying, today?

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  19. Next month, the United States will mark a major energy milestone. For the first time in nearly two decades, we will produce more oil domestically than we import.

    That's a Forbes article, mind. Not sci-fi. But it does go on to describe life thirty years in the future:

    "DOE, by the way, projects solar and wind will account for 4 percent of domestic energy production by 2040. Oil and gas will still comprise nearly half — roughly unchanged from its share today."

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  20. And hopefully, this photograph after Anthony Weiner's concession speech is the last we ever see of him.

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    1. Carlos Danger just texted my nice niece!

      His tentacles are reaching out to her ...
      With a photo of his testicles!

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  21. "13 Years to the day after 911, The US of America is allied in Syria with the same forces that attacked our country on that day, September 11. "

    13 Years!?? Are you math challenged or making a prediction?

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  22. http://twitchy.com/2013/09/11/oh-my-god-check-out-esquires-horrible-911-photo-fail/

    Esquire magazine screwed up and then a manager put his foot in his/her mouth and swallowed hard.

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  23. QuirkWed Sep 11, 04:13:00 PM EDT
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    HE JUST ALWAYS ASSUMES THERE'S GOT TO BE A QUID FOR EVERY QUO.


    Not at all. In this case, I would be very, very, very surprised if you got even symbolic quid for that quo you been laying out.

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    You are just thinking 'Detroit payback, showing your personality again'.

    Just like a turd who started 'SoulsRUs'.

    Oh, I'll get paid back all right, but in no way your dirty mind could imagine.

    bobo

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    1. But we Troubadours of old tradition really don't care for payback at all.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troubadour

      http://www.amazon.com/Mystic-Eros-Troubadours-Vaisnava-Medieval/dp/8183900615

      Troubadours of old India.

      Only emotionally dead farts from Detroit think in materialistic terms.

      Only frauds and petty swindlers think in such manner.

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  24. For all the Israel bashing you do deuce you offer no solutions short of Jewish suicide.

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  25. AnonymousWed Sep 11, 03:19:00 PM EDT
    The cause of the south lebanese war ...
    The establishment by colonialist forces of the state of Israel in 1948.
    Complete and utter truth.


    Thanks for the truth.

    My answer?

    Bring in on cocksucker and dont bitch like the pussy you are when Israel bombs you into the dust.

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    1. The VERY existence of Israel pisses you off....

      Too bad.

      You lost.

      You will never win.

      You are the very definition of the term "loser"

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    2. I care nothing about the existence of Israel

      That is good

      Winning

      Always winning

      I am anonymous, just like you

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    3. AnonymousWed Sep 11, 03:19:00 PM EDT
      The cause of the south lebanese war ...
      The establishment by colonialist forces of the state of Israel in 1948.
      Complete and utter truth.


      The poster, "anon" speaks the truth.

      The very presence of Israel in the world justifies Hezbollah (and others) to murder Jews/Israelis at every opportunity.

      Faced with enemies such as this what is the solution Deuce?

      We are listening....

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    4. AnonymousWed Sep 11, 06:54:00 PM EDT
      I care nothing about the existence of Israel
      That is good
      Winning
      Always winning
      I am anonymous, just like you


      Sounds like Rat.

      Has that same narcissistic personality defect...

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    5. The solution is fairly simple.
      Establish in the lands of Palestine/Israel a single pluralistic democratic government.
      Eliminate laws, rules, regulations based upon ethnicity or sectarian alignment.
      Disavow the apartheid and Jim Crow policies that now envelope Palestine/Israel
      Open the gates and allow freedom of movement to all the resident peoples of Palestine/Israel

      Move forward from there towards a bigger, brighter and better future.

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    6. ” From the Middle Eastern perspective, the defining words governing their form of democracy would likely reflect “fairness, justice, equality, unity and charity.”

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    7. Allow the return to Palestine/Israel of the 1948 refugees or their descendents now in UN camps in Lebanon

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    8. Two states, one for the Jews, one for the arabs.

      The Jews, 850 thousand that were made refugees by the arabs? Settled in Israel

      The arabs, 600 thousand that were made refugees by the jews? Settle them in the West Bank and Gaza.

      SInce the President of Palestine, Abbas has stated that NO JEW is allowed to live in a Islamic Palestine?

      Maybe Israel should expel any arab citizen of Israel it "deems" problematic to the Nation of Palestine?

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    9. AnonymousWed Sep 11, 08:26:00 PM EDT
      The solution is fairly simple.
      Establish in the lands of Palestine/Israel a single pluralistic democratic government.

      Sure majority rule!!!

      Jews are dogs, CHECK

      Jews are Dhimmi, CHECK

      Killing Jews is a religious duty, CHECK.

      Go fuck yourself

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    10. How about this solution?

      The palestinians wage another war?

      Lose and are driven out of gaza into the sinai? The west bank arabs that fight for "palestine"? are exiled to Jordan, where they are free to create a new nation.

      Now if that nation declares war on Israel? How about the driving of those folks into Iraq?

      yeah I like that solution..

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    11. I have read your own words, where prior to 1948 Jews lived all across Arabia and North Africa. That these Jewish people had lived in those places for a thousand years. How with the founding of Israel in 1948 those folks were "forced" to migrate, move to Israel. Obviously, by your own story telling, the Jews had co-existed with the Muslims for a thousand years prior to 1948.

      What changed, the establishment of a "Jewish" state in the middle of Arabia.

      Remove that cancer and the patient should return to good health.
      The Jewish immigrants and their descendents now living in Palestine/Israel would be able to integrate with their Arab neighbors, living harmoniously, as the two sectarian cultures had for the past thousand years.

      That is the solution.
      Your hate filled bigotry not withstanding.

      If the Israeli do not establish a government that embraces “fairness, justice, equality, unity and charity.” they will not last.

      Whether that will bring satisfaction the Christian Zionists of the American Bible Belt ....
      ... Lord only knows.

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    12. For a thousand years Jews lived in forced semi-slavery by the moslems.

      When israel was created? the arabs ethnically cleansed the Jews from their land fully expecting to gather them like rats and then KILL THEM at once.

      Your solution is suicide.

      The only cancer? Is the insanity that Islam has done to the arab culture and mind.

      there was NO harmony by arabs to chrsitians or jews. they murdered anyone that was not accepting of their superiority.

      So try again, there are no "do-overs" in real life.

      The arabs helped create America, the arabs helped create the Modern State of Israel.

      They have no one but themselves to blame.

      It's actually pretty funny..

      The Ottomans? Attacked the colonies of the Americas, and forced America to create a Navy to KICK THIER ASSES.

      The arabs? By trying to commit genocide repeatedly? Has tempered Israel into the nation it is.

      The arabs? they are on their own now...

      Grow up or die...

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    13. If the Israeli do not establish a government that embraces “fairness, justice, equality, unity and charity.” they will not last.



      Israel is doing just fine by it's citizens of all faiths.

      Now the collective arab world and islamic world?

      one giant gooey crap pile of diarrhea.

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    14. Grow up or die ...
      Right after the threat of suicide?

      You really need to get a hold of yourself.
      Check your package.

      The solution is not suicide, it is co-existence.
      Your continued ranting and raving will not change that basic truth.

      I am sure you saw World War Z.
      Eventually the "savages" climb over the walls.

      They always do.

      Evidenced at the Siege of Jerusalem in 1099.
      Everyone died.

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    15. There is no "coexistence" with Islam.

      It demands supremacy.

      Are you that naive or stupid to not understand that?

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    16. You make infantile solutions.

      Should we all just hold hands and sing Kumbyya?

      Why not read the Hamas Charter, or the PLO's charter.

      It's suicide to merge into one nation with savages.

      As for World War Z? never heard of it.

      But I am aware of what the arabs did in hebron, mecca, tel aviv, jerusalem.

      It aint pretty.

      Why not focus on the 899/900th of the arab dominated/occupied/controlled middle east, there is PLENTY of room for the brother arabs to confederate into one nation.

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  26. Act now!

    Act troubadour..


    Act for your community.

    Stand up for the wimmin so they do't have to take it anymore.

    Be a man.

    Be a troubadour.

    Sing your ancient song.


    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  27. .

    Sing it loud and sing it strong

    Now, pass me a Bud light and pass me the bong

    We'll sing of your coquette and sing of her lies

    We'll sing or your gifts and the things that she buys.

    .



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  28. The New York Times has an op-ed by Vladimir Putin on its website.

    No. Really. I shit you not. Really.

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    1. “A strike would increase violence and unleash a new wave of terrorism,” Putin writes. “It could undermine multilateral efforts to resolve the Iranian nuclear problem and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and further destabilize the Middle East and North Africa. It could throw the entire system of international law and order out of balance.”

      Putin argues that while no one disputes sarin gas was used in Syria, the attack was carried out by the opposition forces, who he says used the gas in the deadly attack to provoke international intervention.

      Putin also chides the U.S. for what he says is its reliance on “brute force” in Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan, saying its “alarming that military intervention in internal conflicts in foreign countries has become commonplace for the United States. “

      “We must stop using the language of force and return to the path of civilized diplomatic and political settlement,” he writes.

      Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/09/11/putin-calls-for-us-to-reject-brute-force-in-syria-in-new-york-times-op-ed/#ixzz2edndJyKU

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    2. Of course the ruskies would never, ever, consider the use of brute force to address their problems! :P

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    3. Okay, question for those who grew up during the Cuban Missile Crisis:

      Did you ever think you would see this?

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    4. Warring Warriors? Nah. Warring Op-eds.

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    5. Actually, I think it's a hell of an idea.

      I remember when "ping pong diplomacy" made me smile.

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  29. Hell ash, he was talking write at you!

    ...It could throw the entire system of international law and order out of balance.”

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  30. Last two paragraphs:

    If we can avoid force against Syria, this will improve the atmosphere in international affairs and strengthen mutual trust. It will be our shared success and open the door to cooperation on other critical issues.

    My working and personal relationship with President Obama is marked by growing trust. I appreciate this. I carefully studied his address to the nation on Tuesday. And I would rather disagree with a case he made on American exceptionalism, stating that the United States’ policy is “what makes America different. It’s what makes us exceptional.” It is extremely dangerous to encourage people to see themselves as exceptional, whatever the motivation. There are big countries and small countries, rich and poor, those with long democratic traditions and those still finding their way to democracy. Their policies differ, too. We are all different, but when we ask for the Lord’s blessings, we must not forget that God created us equal.


    astonishing. :)

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    1. ... we must not forget that God created us equal

      A Russian autocrat embracing the precepts of the US revolution!

      Simply amazing

      ;-)

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    2. Welcome to the 21st Century. :)

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  31. Here is an amazing Palestinian reaction to 911. Let's give them a state.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRA0NKQ0k6E&feature=player_embedded#t=74

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    1. You cannot "give" them anything, let alone a state.
      It will be theirs by the grace of God.

      As is their equality to you and you to them.

      Truths we here in the United States hold as self-evident.



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