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Now this really angers me Iraq saying the shuttle was destroyed by God

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posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 08:20 AM
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Originally posted by Lupe_101
"And for them ( BT & Lupe ), we are the extremists......yeah yeah yeah.....what a world ! "

you really are desperate for a black and white war aren't you.

look.

Saddam says the shuttle was gods punishment, Bush says that we have god on our side in our war against Iraq.

Saddam says it and its a religous fundementalist rant.
Bush says it and he's simply justifying our ritious indignation and stirring up national pride.

this is a classic example of how two devils can say the same thing and, depending on which you prefer, one can be made to look like an angel.

the levels of hypocracy this war is generating astound me.


Lupe, I wasn' speaking about Saddam. I was speaking ABOUT you and what you sayed, but also, what you DIDN'T say.

And if you want to know it, I don't see Bush like an angel. But I see Saddam like what he is. An evil guy who don't care about his own peoples.




posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 08:24 AM
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How do you see bush UP?

[Edited on 3-2-2003 by alienaddicted]



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 08:37 AM
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Originally posted by alienaddicted
How do you see bush UP?



Like someone who want to remove from his office an evil man who's threatnening the whole world ! ( Saddam ).



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 08:44 AM
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and how exactly is Saddam threatening the whole world?

in fact, out of interest, in your opinion, which country is currently the most dangerous on the planet and which country has started the most wars in the last few years?



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 09:10 AM
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Originally posted by Lupe_101

1) and how exactly is Saddam threatening the whole world?

2) in fact, out of interest, in your opinion, which country is currently the most dangerous on the planet and

3) which country has started the most wars in the last few years?


1) If you don't know it, look on ATS and Internet.


2) North-Korea has the pole position.

3) The U.N ?



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 09:13 AM
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1) If you don't know it, look on ATS and Internet.


hmmmmm well I looked...
can't see any evidence saddam is more of a threat to the rest of the world than any number of other countrys.
considerably less I'd have thought given that we know of other countrys with WMD's and so far haven't found any in Iraq.

add to that the fact that he's under constant surveilance I'd say his threat is pretty minimal.

especially when considered next to the threat of a U.S. attack on any country who's politics differ from its westernised concept of democracy.



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 09:43 AM
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Originally posted by Lupe_101

especially when considered next to the threat of a U.S. attack on any country who's politics differ from its westernised concept of democracy.


And you Lupe, what's your concept of democracy ? The Russian Gulag or the Chinese Lao-Ga ?



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 09:48 AM
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I think I've stated countless times that the base principal of democracy is that it must be accepted as one.

hence one cannot blow up another country simply because you don't believe its democracy is as effective as yours.

we've had this debate countless times.

I think you even agreed with me at one point...



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 10:22 AM
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EL RAIS (SODOM HOSON) IS A MAD, NOT A MESSENGER, WHEN SOVIETS WHERE STRONG IN THIRD WORLD, JE WAS COMMUNIST, NOW THAT MUSLIMS ARE STRONG, HE BECAME MUSLIM...
THE DAY JESUS WILL COME BACK TO FREE CHRISTIAN, I'm sure he'll gonna say AMEN... In GOD we trust



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 10:43 AM
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great.
another freek.


B

posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 11:21 AM
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Originally posted by ultra_phoenix

Originally posted by Lupe_101
3) which country has started the most wars in the last few years?

3) The U.N ?


ROTFLMAO you do have a point UP :-)

And that newsflash about Saddams statement about Gods punishment or whatever is just PURE PROPAGANDA!!! I'm not saying its propaganda from the US or IRAQ that's up to you to make out



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 12:50 PM
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OILS, HYDROCARBONS and POLYMERS :

A NON-FUTUR INVESTMENT...




posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 12:58 PM
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Originally posted by Lupe_101
great.
another freek.


I'll take another freak over another obnoxious, barely civil jerk.



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 01:01 PM
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Its been a long time since i came to this site, but UP and free mason never seize to amaze me, i always get a good sarcastic laugh out of their bush supporting statements!!

Orion



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 01:09 PM
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Originally posted by Lupe_101
1) If you don't know it, look on ATS and Internet.


hmmmmm well I looked...
can't see any evidence saddam is more of a threat to the rest of the world than any number of other countrys.
considerably less I'd have thought given that we know of other countrys with WMD's and so far haven't found any in Iraq.

add to that the fact that he's under constant surveilance I'd say his threat is pretty minimal.

especially when considered next to the threat of a U.S. attack on any country who's politics differ from its westernised concept of democracy.


You don't see any evidence because you prefer not to see it. You also might not feel threatened in your home country, but in mine, we cannot afford to allow the chemical/biological weapons that he is known to have and has not proven to have gotten rid of to be slipped into this nation and make more orphans.

As far as I'm concerned, any secondary benefit to the world by the removal of Hussein is fine, but the primary concern of the government of this nation had better be the safety of its own citizens. We pay these taxes, therefore we get first dibs.

While the Iraqi citizenry will no doubt benefit from the removal of this tyrant, that, too, is secondary to the primary goal this government better have.

And, while oil companies might benefit from the removal of Hussein (that is still yet to be determined) that is also secondary.

As far as any other threat to the world, if it puts the world in a safer place that we later go and crush North Korea, for example, that is also secondary to the fact that they may be a threat to this nation. Furthermore, I am not in favor of attacking North Korea unless the evidence shows that they are indeed a definite threat to this nation. If they are a threat to Germany or France, let them handle the problem as they intend on letting us handle this problem that we face. Once, however, we dtermine we must take action, sgut up and get out of the way. Or, go be a human shield if you like!



posted on Feb, 3 2003 @ 02:18 PM
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Originally posted by OrionSirius
Its been a long time since i came to this site, but UP and free mason never seize to amaze me, i always get a good sarcastic laugh out of their bush supporting statements!!

Orion


Hi Orion. Nice to meet you again, I was missing you so much.


And me, do you know when I have a sarcatsic laugh ?

When I see how you are uspet to see Bush in the W.H and that he don't cares about those freaky leftists !

Man, that's soooooooooooooooooooooo good............I'm sooooooooooooooo ecstatic.



posted on Feb, 4 2003 @ 03:04 AM
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presumably if he doesn't support the freeky leftists he must be in league with the gungho-redneck-trailertrash-inbread-neanderthal-nazi-racist-conservative-arseheads then?



posted on Feb, 4 2003 @ 03:42 AM
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I read somewhere that 'The greatest single magic trick/propaganda act is how George W. Bush managed to shift US public sentiment from sorrow at the hands of Sep. 11 terrorists to anger and revenge-lust agasint Saddam Hussein'... however, he has done this legally, pursuing the issue through both American houses, where your trigger-happy oil tycoon politicians have pushed it through, albeit legally.

But this is not the case in my home town - Australia. Our Prime Minister John Howard is so keen to be a lapdog or deputy sherriff to George W. Bush that he has already sent troops to the gulf under the guise of war against terrorism. Howard fears putting the war through our House of Representatives and Senate because he knows there will be an uprising to oust him, yet he persists in the madness of sending troops to impending death at the hands of either chemical or nuclear weapons, depending on which propaganda channel you tune into.

The Australian people far from support Howard's pro-war stance, with most polls showing between 60 and 80 percent opposition to a conflict in Iraq. We have no reason to be there, and as history shows Australia have never started a conflict in it's history, being bullied into both World Wars and Vietnam as a result of our alliance to the commonwealth, but now that isn't an issue, with the power resting with the governor-general. Howard is so keen to kill our soldiers it's scary, and it is the reason that he will not be re-elected come election time later this year.



posted on Feb, 4 2003 @ 03:51 AM
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This is pretty much whats happening in Britain too.

Blair seems to be persuing a pro war stance seemingly at odds with his own party the other partys, the national media and the people.

It seems to me that doing so is political suicide if one doesn't have compelling evidence, I'd have thought we would at least have made some up by now.



posted on Feb, 4 2003 @ 03:54 AM
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those damn aussie's!! maybe they should chill and listen to some U2 lyrics lol



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