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Originally posted by wcitizen
Originally posted by Fiberx
If these are opinions about world leaders and social/political situations around the world.. what's the big deal?
What sort of punishment should there be for American politicians having opinions about world leaders and diplomats? I am really curious, because if we are punishing people for their unflattering opinions, we need to imprison most of Europe ASAP for their CRIMES??? of insulting former President Bush and the American people for the last decade..
Let's see something more than your egos bruised before we declare America the ultimate enemy.
We've been flooded with hate from you for what feels like an eternity. Maybe it will do you some good to see that you can be viewed in a less than flattering light as well.
I'd like to see all the rosy, happy, friendly comments your diplos make in what are supposed to be private communications...
This is the international version of "but tommy said .....", like a bunch of 3rd graders.
Where's the beef?
Have you actually read all the material which is available so far, have you looked at it yourself or are you relying on the snippets which are appearing in the MSM?
With respect, it's you who is sounding like a 3rd grader right now.
Originally posted by Wide-Eyes
reply to post by Thermo Klein
WOW, Thank you. I just read through that. It sounds like the recent failed terror attacks could have been staged to implement the body scanners. Check out this qoute...
"If someone really had believed that we have transnational terror under control, and that we can give an all-clear signal with respect to security, then those people have now been taught better. Irrespective of whether the attacker acted on his own or on the instructions of al-Qaida, the danger is not over and that is why travelers, not only to the Untied States, must accept new inconveniences which are hopefully useful."
I realise this quote is from a newspaper but it does resonate in relation to the body scanners.
Originally posted by squirelnutz
reply to post by kykweer
Have u even been reading the posts on here?
You havent read anything I've posted because you'd know that i have a great interest in this and this is definitely not boring...
Stop being a pansy.. we need change and this could workedit on 29-11-2010 by squirelnutz because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by zero1020
America was founded on the idea that we would not interfere with other nation's problems
Originally posted by kykweer
In the last few hours, 25 000 people have joined wikileaks on their facebook and nearly 20 000 have started following them on twitter... quite amazing
Originally posted by Nomad451
So when is this "earth-shaking history changing" information going to some to light?
Originally posted by boondock-saint
Clinton and Obama are already in the hot seat over breaking UN Laws.
Originally posted by Komodo
it just shows how greedy for information the US politicians are.. WHY.. !!!? why do THEY HAVE to be so greedy?
Originally posted by TheFeminineOperaGhost
I wonder how much trouble USA's going to be in.