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Originally posted by Djarums
Originally posted by golddragnet
You say Israel didn't tell you they control USA, well they did, you just weren't listening when Ariel Sharon said it
You mean this quote by Sharon?
Folks should use the search feature once in a while, or at least verify their remarks before posting.
IAP wrote: According [to] the Israeli Hebrew radio, Col [sic] Yisrael Wednesday, Peres warned Sharon that refusing to heed incessant American requests for a cease-fire with the Palestinians would endanger Israeli interests and turn the US against us. At this point, a furious Sharon reportedly turned toward Peres, saying “...I want to tell you something clear, don’t worry about American pressure on Israel, we the Jewish people control America, and the Americans know it.”
I fail to see the "we're screwed" part of the story? We could all learn a thing or two from the Israelis about preventing terrorist attacks. They've had the monsters living there in their country for years.
My only guess is you are anti-Israel and therefore think this is a bad thing.
Originally posted by Midwest Agenda
I am sorry the OP of this story has an Antil-Israeli or Anti-American stance.
I am sorry you can't see that the islam-o-fanatic is the REAL enemy.
I am sorry you have to lash out saying :
we are all screwed
You truly need to educate yourself on the state of the world with muslim-nauts trying to kill my very way of life.
In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Michael Chertoff, who arrives in Britain tomorrow for talks with John Reid, the Home Secretary, said the US was determined to build extra defences against so-called "clean skin" terrorists from Europe.
"We need to build layers of protection, and I don't think we totally want to rely upon the fact that a foreign government is going to know that one of their citizens is suspicious and is going to be coming here," he said.
Mr Chertoff insisted that the US required additional information, including email addresses and credit card details, to vet European passengers and rejected "the idea that we're going to bargain with the European Union over who's going to come into the United States" under the visa waiver scheme.
"We have an absolute right to get this, in the same way that if someone wants to be a guest in my house I have a right to ask them who they are and get identification."
The July 7 tube and bus bombs nearly two years ago had shown that Britain had a problem with its Muslim immigrant population that America did not share, he argued.