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Originally posted by birdyat101
hay has any one ells noticed at 6.20 top left looking out in to the distance on the second part something very fast flys by his head???
Originally posted by trailertrash
reply to post by rajaten
I have a real problem with anyone who claims to be serious about anything and uses biblical terms to define it. "Endtimes?" Sorry Charlie the world is not going to end for at least another 3 billion years and by that time we'll all be long gone to somewhere else.
Originally posted by Cassius666
Ray Santini admitted that the interview video was a recreation of what he whitnessed. Conveniently the original tapes got lost.
Traveling to London to discuss expanding NATO, while the death toll for American forces since start of the war rose to 4,000 on March 23, 2008.
Donald Rumsfeld, “NATO Expansion Should Continue”, Wall Street Journal, 28 March 2008.
I have studied these tapes a lot. On the 23rd March, Rumsfeld was in London in NATO discussions, although sources also confirmed that later that day he was spotted in New Mexico, which isn't impossible. Apparently the discussions were regarding the removal of US troops from Afghanistan. Why would they just pull out? Unless of course, they were needed somewhere else.
Sarkozy will hold talks this week in London with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown aimed at securing British support for the French proposal. Paris will reportedly offer an additional troop contribution for the NATO mission in Afghanistan, including a deployment of elite paratroopers to the east of the country, allowing the United States to move more troops to the main theater of operations in the south.
A federal judge refused Friday to dismiss a civil lawsuit accusing former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld of responsibility for the alleged torture by U.S. forces of two Americans who worked for an Iraqi contracting firm.
In Washington, Justice Department spokesman Charles Miller said by telephone only that the department, which is representing Rumsfeld in the suit, "is reviewing the court's decision."