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    Terror in London

    I read this in another forum, and I thought i'de post it here to see some of your opinions. It was quite shocking.


    http://www.varkoume.net/phpBB2/viewt...=asc&start=330

    Quote Originally Posted by mistery_m
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    poor people.... damn man!
    They should bomb Blair and Bush. They are the only ones responsible for any possible misfortunate event caused by western army in their countries (Afghanistan, Iraq) and if someone should be punished he should be those 2 bastards
    Foreign policy is not something prepared by Bush or Blair or any other individual. In case you haven't noticed, the system ir run by a group of individuals that for them even Bush and Blair are just "expandable items" who can be replaced at any time. The oil and weapon industries are the most powerful corporations at present and this particular group of people is basically in charge of everything, and they have created something like a "masonic temple" or a "circle of trust". Do you possibly think that Bush's level of intelligence is enough to run a country like the U.S.?

    Just like the 9/11 attacks in NYC (where there are significant sources who claim the Americans are behind it), I firmly believe that the British authorities could even be behind the London attacks. Did you watch Jack Straw's press conference two days ago? He basically said that now they have to raise taxes to increase security. Which opportunity could be better than that? In normal times, announcing a raise on taxation (and as a result pouring more money in the country's treasury) would make the citizens go crazy. Now however, they will do it with a smile on their face believing their government really cares about them. For that, they had to sacrifice 50-100 lives, big deal, collateral damage...

    These mechanisms like CIA, MI6, etc. are not just a spying network but unfortunately are determining the future in their own perspective. If you actually think they can't catch Bin Laden then you're fooling yourself. They simply need him to be there in order to excuse the presence of that particular budget against "terrorism". If they wanted to track him and knock him out, they would have done it long time ago. Additionally, they definition of the word "terrorism" states that "terrorism is an act of violence caused by a specific individual or group in an attempt to spread fear and violence". Now, who is really doing that and imagine how worse it is when it happens under the name of an army which represents a legitimate democratic western society...
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    Circle of trust.... isn't that from "Meet the fockers" ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MatrixGuy
    Circle of trust.... isn't that from "Meet the fockers" ?

    It was written in inverted commas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toenail Juice Z
    It was written in inverted commas.
    I was only messing bro.

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    How can they let all those Pakis become citizens of the UK?. There's over a million of them in London alone.

    I hear there coming down on them hard however!
    There reputation has been tarnished (they never really had a good rep anyway)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toenail Juice Z
    How can they let all those Pakis become citizens of the UK?. There's over a million of them in London alone.

    I hear there coming down on them hard however!
    There reputation has been tarnished (they never really had a good rep anyway)
    Tell me about it bro... it sucks big time! My work colleague was only telling me the other day that when she was in London not so long ago, she had to ask for directions and more or less every person she asked was foriegn and did not have a clue!

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    Some background is in order here. The explosion did NOT occur at a bus-stop. According to the majority of eye-witness accounts available - the driver had stopped to ask for directions from a parking attendant who was talking to someone else on the curb, in Tavistock Square, near "77" Russell Street *, after the bus was diverted and please note well - could not possibly have arrived at any passenger's legitimate destination.

    * "77" Great Russell Street was the first headquarters of the World Zionist Organization that preceded the Counterfeit-Jewish State in (but not of) Israel and is where the Balfour Declaration was issued, which led to the now 57 year-old illegal occupation of Palestine.

    What have the Police got so far except cctv camera images (it is claimed) which captured "Four Bombers" who were enjoying themselves immensely according to the descriptions of the as yet publically unseen footage? And who have not been observed on any train or getting into any train but rather outside, or partly inside, King's Cross Station.

    Neither for that matter, have the Police revealed how they knew these four Brit-born Muslims were carrying bombs, from the footage, and were not just possible passengers, or hired "actors" playing the role of "baddies" in the DRILL taking place on the same day.

    What do we have except an apparently manic schizophrenic's * claims that he saw one of the "bombers" on the bus, especially when the FOUR cctv cameras on the bus were "coincidentally" out of order that day?

    As you read this of course, please recall those "scurrilous" rumours flying about prior to the US "election". Remember? If Bush wins - "Al Qa'ida" won't attack. Well he didn't win. But he stole it and that was good enough for those who don't view playing fair as a virtue but as a weakness. And so, the "Al Qa'ida" attack was shelved.

    Prior to the US stolen "elections" last year, it was claimed that communications ("chatter") had been intercepted between Pakistan and Britain. The MSM spinned this as a possible attack on the US but later changed its story to "Britain was the target" and that the locations were not definitive... once Bush had grabbed his second-term on November 2nd 2004.

    Until 77/05, London. When the NWO, through the Mossad and probable involvement of other agencies like the CIA and MI5, resuscitated this post-poned "Al Qa'ida" plan and decided it was time to give Britain a taste of "Islamic terror".

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    Sorry Bro, but you are confusing the hell out of me.

    However I think I might actually understand.

    You’re saying that the bombing in London, was set up by the Mossad, the CIA and MI5?
    Please provide any information that you have that verifies this claim.

    Then you assert that Bush “stole” the elections and “grabbed his second-term”?
    Please provide information that you obviously have that verifies this claim.

    Am I missing something?

    Quote Originally Posted by Toenail Juice Z
    What do we have except an apparently manic schizophrenic's * claims that he saw one of the "bombers" on the bus, especially when the FOUR cctv cameras on the bus were "coincidentally" out of order that day?
    They found the bodies on the blown up bus, and in the subway, right?

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    [QUOTE=Bigen12]Sorry Bro, but you are confusing the hell out of me.

    However I think I might actually understand.

    You’re saying that the bombing in London, was set up by the Mossad, the CIA and MI5?
    Please provide any information that you have that verifies this claim.

    Then you assert that Bush “stole” the elections and “grabbed his second-term”?
    Please provide information that you obviously have that verifies this claim.

    Am I missing something?



    [QUOTE]

    PEOPLE WHO saw Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 will recall the scene of Congressional Black Caucus members requesting a single member of the Senate to support their calls for investigations into the stolen election in Florida that put Bush in the White House in 2000.

    Last week, that scene was re-enacted over disputed results in Ohio last November. Only this time, instead of responding with craven silence, Democratic senators--or at least one of them, Barbara Boxer of California--agreed to support a challenge to Bush getting Ohio’s electoral votes.

    But after a few minutes of speechmaking on the importance of electoral reform, the Congress went ahead and dismissed the complaints about Ohio, certifying Bush as the victor in that state, and therefore the next president.

    Bush’s opponent, John Kerry, was AWOL--having arranged for a visit to troops in Baghdad to coincide with the certification vote. In the Senate, only Boxer voted to pursue an investigation. In the House, 81 Democrats voted with the Republicans to dismiss the objections--and 80 House Democrats didn’t even bother to show up.

    As Salon’s Tim Grieve described the spectacle, “There was no sense of history being made, no sense that anything was really happening at all.” In the end, the Democrats’ performance in 2004 was only slightly improved over their dive in 2000.

    For more than two months since the November election, a number of activists have documented voter intimidation and dirty tricks carried out by the pro-Bush hacks running the Ohio election--starting with Republican Secretary of State Ken Blackwell--to suppress the Democratic vote. Similar hijinks took place in Florida, Georgia and other states.

    But this doesn’t prove that Bush stole the election like he did in 2000--or that “Kerry really won,” as hundreds of Internet activists argue today.

    If there was anything notable about the election and the dirty tricks involved in it, it was how similar Election 2004 was to every other election organized in the U.S. Alone among major industrial democracies, the U.S. leaves election administration in the hands of corrupt and partisan local officials--and vote-counting to the private manufacturers of voting machines. And the Electoral College--a relic of the pre-Civil War era--chooses the most important office in the country, not a nationwide popular vote.

    That’s why even if it could be proved that Kerry really won Ohio, his victory would be tainted--for having been won in the Electoral College, while losing the popular vote. While the left was right to denounce Bush as illegitimate when he became president after losing the popular vote in 2000, it would have no moral high horse to ride if Kerry had become president under similar circumstances.

    The dirty secret of American “democracy” is that neither major political party wants elections to be truly democratic and free. Instead, they want a system that predictably produces victories for their corporate money-soaked candidates.

    Counterpunch’s Alexander Cockburn is correct when he argues: “Do I think the election was stolen? No more than usual. The Democrats are getting worse at it and the Republicans better. Back in 1960, it was the other way round. The best-documented stolen election in history is probably the one that put Lyndon Johnson in the U.S. Senate. Next came the one that gave JFK the White House. So, for sure, there’s vote suppression in Ohio and Florida. I don't think it made the crucial difference.”

    Many of the liberals who complained about voter suppression in 2004 were also the same people who spent millions of dollars and thousands of hours to make sure that Ralph Nader would not appear on ballots across the country. And a brewing scandal in California alleges that Democratic Secretary of State Kevin Shelley diverted some of the more than $3 billion in federal money appropriated to modernize the state’s voting system to cronies and his own partisan self-promotion.

    The Democrats’ sorry performance throughout Election 2004 should show just how wrong is anyone who thinks that a party named after democracy would actually be interested in it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toenail Juice Z
    How can they let all those Pakis become citizens of the UK?. There's over a million of them in London alone.
    1 in every 8 people in London is Muslim.

    Pakistanis and Indians are a very important part of British society.

    Although there are young Pakistani Muslim youth who commit terror in London. There are also young Pakistani Muslim youth who bring pride to Britain.

    Like Aamir Khan.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/boxing/4690133.stm

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    http://www.vegsource.com/talk/flame1/messages/686.html

    Thugs, Racketeers Counting American Votes

    “An electronic voting system is to a mechanical one what a nuclear bomb is to a hand grenade... If someone manages to sabotage it, the results can be catastrophic."
    November 24 2004-Venice,FL.
    by Daniel Hopsicker

    While Ukrainians poured into the streets of their capital Kiev to protest a presidential election they say was stolen by that country’s current regime, here in the U.S. a little-known election company called Sequoia Pacific, responsible for putting our own ‘current regime’ in power four years ago, was at the center of controversy last week... for the second Presidential election in a row.

    While U.S. newspapers have been filled with quotes from American officials pontificating about election miscues in the Ukrainian election, doubts have been raised anew about the accuracy of the election results of Sequoia Pacific, fingered for blame four years ago in the Florida Vote Snafu which marred the 2000 election.


    “Mum’s the word"

    Senator Richard Lugar, ‘monitoring’ butterfly ballots in Cyrillic, issued a statement calling the Ukrainian election “unfair.” And a top White House representative said authorities in the Ukraine appeared to have indulged in a "concerted and forceful program" of fraud.

    Yet a MadCowMorningNews investigation into the ownership of the companies that count America’s votes has uncovered evidence indicating the crisis of democracy in Kiev is hardly more serious than the one taking place in Washington, D.C.

    One of America's two major election companies, Sequoia Pacific, has a felony 'rap sheet' an arm-long. In the endless news coverage of the recent Presidential Election, this news has somehow failed to surface, perhaps because if it had, people might start pouring into the streets here, too.

    Yet even as Sen. Lugar and the unnamed White House official were making their righteous statements about the virtues of democracy in foreign countries, researchers at the University of California, Berkeley were announcing their findings of irregularities in three Florida counties using electronic voting machines from Sequoia Pacific and industry giant Election Systems & Software, the U.S.'s two largest election services companies.

    Where Are International Observers When You Need Them?

    The "irregularities" resulted in a so-far inexplicable 260,000 additional votes for President Bush.

    A New York Times editorial demanded a “Fair Vote Count.” But the editorial writers were referencing—not embattled citizens in the states of Ohio and Florida—but those of the Ukraine. The Times said, “International observers alleged systemic voting abuses.”

    What the Times and almost all of the major media refuse to address is the fact that there has, to date, been no credible counter-argument put forward to counter the loud and vociferous assertions of numerous computer experts who insist that electronic voting machines can be rigged. And that if they can be rigged, they are… because if you leave the bank vault open, sooner or later someone is going to rob it.

    The persistent allegation that American elections might not be as open and honest as has thus far been made known has received no serious coverage.

    Why the official silence?

    Let’s take a look.

    Racketeers Anonymous

    Two of the three Florida counties cited, Broward and Miami-Dade, used machines made by Election Systems & Software (ES &S). Palm Beach County uses machines from Sequoia Voting Systems. (The company which has so far received the most critical scrutiny, Cleveland-based Diebold Election Systems, has no touch-screen machines in use in Florida.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toenail Juice Z

    PEOPLE WHO saw Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 will recall the scene of Congressional Black Caucus members requesting a single member of the Senate to support their calls for investigations into the stolen election in Florida that put Bush in the White House in 2000.
    Ok, let’s start here.
    I didn’t and won’t watch Michael Moore’s fictional movie, it is too full of lies, 59 different lies, if I remember correctly.

    Quote Originally Posted by Toenail Juice Z
    Last week, that scene was re-enacted over disputed results in Ohio last November. Only this time, instead of responding with craven silence, Democratic senators--or at least one of them, Barbara Boxer of California--agreed to support a challenge to Bush getting Ohio’s electoral votes.

    But after a few minutes of speechmaking on the importance of electoral reform, the Congress went ahead and dismissed the complaints about Ohio, certifying Bush as the victor in that state, and therefore the next president.

    Bush’s opponent, John Kerry, was AWOL--having arranged for a visit to troops in Baghdad to coincide with the certification vote. In the Senate, only Boxer voted to pursue an investigation. In the House, 81 Democrats voted with the Republicans to dismiss the objections--and 80 House Democrats didn’t even bother to show up.

    As Salon’s Tim Grieve described the spectacle, “There was no sense of history being made, no sense that anything was really happening at all.” In the end, the Democrats’ performance in 2004 was only slightly improved over their dive in 2000.

    For more than two months since the November election, a number of activists have documented voter intimidation and dirty tricks carried out by the pro-Bush hacks running the Ohio election--starting with Republican Secretary of State Ken Blackwell--to suppress the Democratic vote. Similar hijinks took place in Florida, Georgia and other states.

    But this doesn’t prove that Bush stole the election like he did in 2000--or that “Kerry really won,” as hundreds of Internet activists argue today.

    If there was anything notable about the election and the dirty tricks involved in it, it was how similar Election 2004 was to every other election organized in the U.S. Alone among major industrial democracies, the U.S. leaves election administration in the hands of corrupt and partisan local officials--and vote-counting to the private manufacturers of voting machines. And the Electoral College--a relic of the pre-Civil War era--chooses the most important office in the country, not a nationwide popular vote.

    That’s why even if it could be proved that Kerry really won Ohio, his victory would be tainted--for having been won in the Electoral College, while losing the popular vote. While the left was right to denounce Bush as illegitimate when he became president after losing the popular vote in 2000, it would have no moral high horse to ride if Kerry had become president under similar circumstances.

    The dirty secret of American “democracy” is that neither major political party wants elections to be truly democratic and free. Instead, they want a system that predictably produces victories for their corporate money-soaked candidates.

    Counterpunch’s Alexander Cockburn is correct when he argues: “Do I think the election was stolen? No more than usual. The Democrats are getting worse at it and the Republicans better. Back in 1960, it was the other way round. The best-documented stolen election in history is probably the one that put Lyndon Johnson in the U.S. Senate. Next came the one that gave JFK the White House. So, for sure, there’s vote suppression in Ohio and Florida. I don't think it made the crucial difference.”

    Many of the liberals who complained about voter suppression in 2004 were also the same people who spent millions of dollars and thousands of hours to make sure that Ralph Nader would not appear on ballots across the country. And a brewing scandal in California alleges that Democratic Secretary of State Kevin Shelley diverted some of the more than $3 billion in federal money appropriated to modernize the state’s voting system to cronies and his own partisan self-promotion.

    The Democrats’ sorry performance throughout Election 2004 should show just how wrong is anyone who thinks that a party named after democracy would actually be interested in it...
    Your post is an editorial that you seem to have cut and pasted from another site, is full of innuendo and absolutely no facts?

    Can you post a link to the site where you found this editorial?

    Wait I found it here.

    http://www.socialistworker.org/2005-...Election.shtml

    Socialist Worker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toenail Juice Z
    http://www.vegsource.com/talk/flame1/messages/686.html

    Thugs, Racketeers Counting American Votes

    “An electronic voting system is to a mechanical one what a nuclear bomb is to a hand grenade... If someone manages to sabotage it, the results can be catastrophic."
    November 24 2004-Venice,FL.
    by Daniel Hopsicker
    Ok, I read the entire article, and I will attempt to deliver the message in 3 quick sentences.

    One is that in some counties Bush got more votes than expected.

    Second is that computer experts electronic say that voting systems can be tampered with.

    Third, is that some of the people, and some of the people who have invested in the company, have been convicted of bribery.

    Again, this is an editorial with no proof, just innuendo.

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    I guess we have another conspiracy theorist in toenail juice z, instead of only badgerman on this board. Saying that the CIA and other major org's were responsible for 9/11 and London, instead of the terrorists that did the attacks and claimed it is just stupid...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatrixGuy
    Tell me about it bro... it sucks big time! My work colleague was only telling me the other day that when she was in London not so long ago, she had to ask for directions and more or less every person she asked was foriegn and did not have a clue!

    MMMM ok. Maybe you should join the kkk and do something about it. At my university in Canada we have loads of indians, pakistans, chineese, - i guess maybe we should lower the standards so we can have more whites there, would that make you happy - by the way thats how stupid your reply sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    I guess we have another conspiracy theorist in toenail juice z, instead of only badgerman on this board. Saying that the CIA and other major org's were responsible for 9/11 and London, instead of the terrorists that did the attacks and claimed it is just stupid...
    man you really look like my previous servant do you have Armenian origin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilitiaGuy
    man you really look like my previous servant do you have Armenian origin?
    HAAA... I could probably buy you if i was in that part of the world. Which i wouldn't ever be in though, because i don't leave America, as i have no need to. Greatest country in the world...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    I guess we have another conspiracy theorist in toenail juice z, instead of only badgerman on this board. Saying that the CIA and other major org's were responsible for 9/11 and London, instead of the terrorists that did the attacks and claimed it is just stupid...

    Its hard to believe that they actually think that is true. Its like saying its snowing today and its America's fault.

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    There was some unusual stock activity leading up to 911......
    The biggest clue is Bush and his response in the classroom......just sitting there while the US was being attacked.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerman
    There was some unusual stock activity leading up to 911......
    The biggest clue is Bush and his response in the classroom......just sitting there while the US was being attacked.......
    Stop watching fahrenheit 9/11...

    Yes, he should have left the classroom, but what would he have been able to stop what was going on? Nothing... And we still don't know the exact timeline of those events, he could have just been informed that a plane hit the twin towers the first time and then left when the second one hit and they informed him of it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa


    HAAA... I could probably buy you if i was in that part of the world. Which i wouldn't ever be in though, because i don't leave America, as i have no need to. Greatest country in the world...
    I think I can buy you, actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAUSASIAN
    I think I can buy you, actually.
    Yeah? You got over a million U.S. Dollars? Didn't think so....

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    Yeah? You got over a million U.S. Dollars? Didn't think so....
    Trust me I can buy you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAUSASIAN
    Trust me I can buy you.
    No you can't. It's easy to say it over an online message board. You can't even get citizenship in America, let alone buy a citizen on welfare...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    No you can't. It's easy to say it over an online message board. You can't even get citizenship in America, let alone buy a citizen on welfare...
    You said it over an online message board first. Now you see how stupid that statement you said to Militia sounded.

    By the way, I am in America right now, all expense paid by the US government. Oh yeah, its in the same state as you. New Jersey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAUSASIAN
    You said it over an online message board first. Now you see how stupid that statement you said to Militia sounded.

    By the way, I am in America right now, all expense paid by the US government. Oh yeah, its in the same state as you. New Jersey.
    Im sure that's true...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    Im sure that's true...
    It is. New Jersey, my favorite American state.

    Bergen County, my favorite county in America.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CAUSASIAN
    It is. New Jersey, my favorite American state.

    Bergen County, my favorite county in America.

    Yeah, good for you, even though i doubt you're in Jersey. If you want to compare finances and material things thats fine, I can do that and you will lose. Or we can compare any other aspect of life and chances are i would win. Have fun visiting where i live, then enjoy your ride back to where you live....

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    If you want to compare finances and material things thats fine, I can do that and you will lose. Or we can compare any other aspect of life and chances are i would win.


    Whatever makes you feel better.

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    Being alive, going to my job and my family make me happy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    Being alive, going to my job and my family make me happy...
    ........and having an iPod

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerman
    ........and having an iPod
    Why would you quote me? I don't understand why you pick fights with people. I was simply stating that being alive, the relationships and helping people are what makes me happy. The material possesions are just nice things to have along with what i am truly happy to posess...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    I guess we have another conspiracy theorist in toenail juice z, instead of only badgerman on this board. Saying that the CIA and other major org's were responsible for 9/11 and London, instead of the terrorists that did the attacks and claimed it is just stupid...
    Be open minded. Read as much as you can and then make judgements. JMO.

    Can you prove otherwise?

    It’s easy to be ignorant, but it’s also a shame!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nsa
    Why would you quote me? I don't understand why you pick fights with people. I was simply stating that being alive, the relationships and helping people are what makes me happy. The material possesions are just nice things to have along with what i am truly happy to posess...
    nsa.
    Your arguing semantics with people who proudly and openly support terrorism at every opportunity, don’t expect polite conversation, or intelligent discussion from sponges who soak up conspiracy theories, and hatred like you and I drink water.

    Its easy for these armchair terrorist hypocrites to spout any uneducated, retarded, perverted bullsheit they wish, while enjoying the freedoms our nation offers them.
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    Back on Topic.

    Tony Blair met Tuesday with two dozen representatives of the Muslim community to discuss anti-terror legislation the government plans to introduce by year's end.

    The Muslim leaders will be "able to talk to the Muslim community and confront this evil ideology, take it on and defeat it by the force of reason," the prime minister said.


    IMO
    Its about Damned time the whole world follows the example, its time the true Muslim communities, everywhere stood up to this problem.

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    Muslim community can help a little 1%. I know what happens when liberals confront extremists. I have seen it so many times in Chechnya.

    Where the Sufis confront the Wahhabis. The Wahhabis call the Sufis Kafirs and non-Muslims. They say the Sufis are siding with the Russian crusaders. Then for some reason the Sufi youth join the Wahhabis. And today Sufism is getting erased as the older generations die out.

    The only way for Sufi to have a voice would be if Russia didnt attack Chechnya, the Wahhabis wouldnt have support. But when Russia kept attacking Chechnya and killing civlians the Sufi youth were like, you know what the Wahhabis were right.

    The only way to confront and erase terror, is to stop the causes of it. Plain and simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAUSASIAN

    The only way to confront and erase terror, is to stop the causes of it. Plain and simple.
    As a feeling member of the human race I can not argue with the frustration and anger of the Muslim world, but

    1. Terror is not the answer, Violence will not resolve any issue, bloodshed will never make a positive change.

    2. There is more than just the outspoken hatred of the Western political policies here, there is the problem of Radical oppressive governments in the Arab and Muslim world, choking the sheti out of its people.
    There is the problem with militant Imams, who twist the messages of religion to justify criminality. There is the problem of poverty, and illiteracy in an Arab world swimming in riches, and oceans of oil prosperity.

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    Militant imams will never have support if there wasnt injustices being done to Muslims. Youth go out and take refugee in these Militant imams because they show them there is a way to release fustration and anger. And to help fellow muslims out.

    Again the US supports dictators. Musharraf in Pakistan, King Abudallah in Jordan, Egypt and Mubarak, King Faud in Saudi Arabia. These are America's good friends. The US has taken out democratically elected leaders in the Middle East and put in dictators before. How can you support these dictators who are just as repressive as Saddam?

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