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Egypt's New President: Our Capital 'Shall Be Jerusalem, Allah Willing'

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posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 10:53 PM
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Originally posted by SLAYER69
Whoever the guy is it's pretty inflammatory.
People can argue all they want about territory and the bible. pffft

Meanwhile, we should all stop dancing around the real issue here. We've all saw this one coming and now at least it's out in the open. Hopefully cooler heads will prevail. The alternative would be regional devastation on a scale the world hasn't seen since WW-II Europe.

That would include Millions of women and children caught in the crossfire. This wouldn't be the usual sterilized academic discussion on theoretical outcomes but body bags and wooden coffins till the cows come home.

Think about that people.
edit on 24-6-2012 by SLAYER69 because: (no reason given)

Good point-- to stay on it, Slayer. With The Mus Bros invariably cow-towing to the IMF, there's
little doubt their six is covered. And a wonderful counterpoint is a big fat kamikazi puppet
to use as NATO fodder for the trouble. What did they say about "keep your friends closer.."?
Finally the people stunned me by (as said before) democratically placing in power an anti-
democractic gang.
And you've outdone yourself with that sidebar... my inner child will have nightmares for a week.




posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 10:55 PM
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yeah because allah really cares. give me a break. what god wants people to die for him? the devil. so allah must be the devil.



posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 10:59 PM
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Originally posted by aorAki
There is a longstanding joke between Kiwis and our inbred cousins in the West Islands. It's a love/hate relationship. We shear sheep, Aussies share them.
We send Kiwis over and the IQ of both countries increases....etc etc.

I guess you could say that healthy jibing is one part of the ANZAC spirit.

The the more truthful interpretation of the Aussie-Kiwi rivalry is that it stems from jealously, on the sheep fellators' part.

Kiwis are historical very envious of Australians: their economy, weather, woman, 'silent' indigenous population, sporting superiority / taste... In general, Kiwis feel they've always been in the shadow of their more advanced neighbours, and thus, many a jocular exchange has ensured.



posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 11:02 PM
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So then south of Beirut you have Haifa in Israel.
goo.gl...

And I am not sure what they specialize in if anything but they ship goods.

Up North of there in Beirut they have a nice big airport as well.

For size comparison check out Seattle...
goo.gl...

Facilities already exist for trade, but if we build a new center, with the demands of today's Internet and just in time inventory, it would open up many more possibilities.

A place where it is meant to inspect shipments, and ship goods quickly to all points of the world.

In the future we will do it this way for security. If you have a radiation leak somewhere the goods need to be checked, well you can funnel all goods to checkpoint areas for testing and block other routes.
Same as if catastrophe or plague or anything that upsets the flow of goods.

We want to keep the goods flowing and so we are also not going to put all our eggs in one basket.
If at any time someone wants to impose an embargo, we will have alternate routes.
They can go fight somewhere else.



posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 11:16 PM
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So far we have a budget of about 450 billion dollars.

So we have to get this on the big board at Norad, and we have to look at creating a worldwide network of hubs where warehouses are and an airport is and trucks can move goods and we want access to a port.

So in Syria we could build a dry dock for shipping repairs for the S.C.O. so they can maintain a presence since they will be managing security on the Silk Road. And it would be nice to have a portion of that dedicated to Syria and their 400 ship merchant navy. A merchant navy ships goods.

So then thats why we are fighting over Syria because I couldn't make up my mind whether or not I trust America to not impose trade embargoes and I decided I can't. And their lacky stooges the cheese eate oW! What? lol They would jump off a cliff if America did.
So we need two factions, we need a NATO like trade route and a SCO trade route.
Except Turkey is of course in NATO otherwise they would be good on the SCO end.

So maybe they can be an observer nation in the S.C.O. and also be in NATO since they will all be passing each other in the Mediterranean all the time anyways. And if any emergency that is not related to war, will be cooperating with each other to handle the situation of keeping goods moving if it is for disaster relief or famine or whatever the future brings.
So the Turkey issue is not insurmountable and the Syria issue is very promising for the region.

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posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 11:33 PM
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Here is a port city in Syria..Tartus.
goo.gl...


Thats a little place that might just be waiting to be developed into a prosperous region. I do not know the plan for Syria, I am sure they have plans based on studies as to where they would like to build the dry dock.

But if a general were looking at that city they would see lots of space to put equipment and a base and all the fun things, a big airport some underground shelters, you name it.
But there are lots of people who live around there.

Go south to Gaza...
goo.gl...

Its undeveloped.

Egypt has the Suez canal.
goo.gl...

Thats how you go from the Mediterranean to the Far east and thats how you get around Africa to the north otherwise you have to go around the southern tip of Africa.

China has ships too and so does India and Japan, they are shipping goods through there by sea.
But a land route that hooks up various means of shipping goods is more affordable so food and those types of things can go by ground. And rail could be developed.
Eventually it will because the worlds population keeps growing.

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posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 11:43 PM
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Isn't that just cut in footage of the crowd when Mubarak fell?



posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 11:48 PM
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Did you know, that not even a decade ago most of these women would not have had veils or head scarves? Just like how many of the Islamic women (including immigrants) you see in the West did not UNTIL they came to the West and were influenced by our "moderate" Imams?

Egypt - the land that sense left behind. But they have Pyramids.
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posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 11:48 PM
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You've known for 2 months? My gosh you are slow on the mark! Many of us knew years ago!



posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 11:56 PM
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Originally posted by jar11
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Isn't that just cut in footage of the crowd when Mubarak fell?


Its designed for us to discuss them in these on-going global talks since they are key players, the Suez Canal and all the rest of the great things there.

I was speaking to them and said that if we manage to make a land purchase of the West Bank they could still visit the temples in Jerusalem, as long as they didn't treat it like Mecca and go there all at once by the millions.

So they were razzing me and saying that if I wouldn't let them go there by the millions they would essentially martyr themselves. Its just opening dialog in a discussion regarding trade and economic development.

When I said that 20 years from now there would be towers lined up in Gaza Benjamin Netanyahu replied with in a 100 years from now, we will manage to put an end to militant Islam.

They don't want to wait 20 years for their economic development.

It costs, 5 billion dollars to build the Singapore Airport. In todays money.

The total inflation-adjusted cost, in 2010 dollars, comes to about S$6.8 billion, or 5.5 billion US dollars.

goo.gl...

We have a budget of 450 billion dollars to make these hubs for trade and economic development and to fund a few other projects. Providing we do so in such a way as to properly manage the global economy for the benefit of those countries who put that money up.
Its for trade and to provide employment and to increase the GDP per capita of the poor countries in the region and to get the European Union back running like a capitalist organization with its fingers in all the pies.
The war is over. Time to get back to business.

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posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 12:01 AM
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Can anyone tell me about the suposed Masonic background of theMuslim Brotherhood?



posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 12:07 AM
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Imagine a network of hubs worldwide, where goods are shipped to and from and it bears the modern stamp of safety the modern world has come to enjoy. Where shipping companies can know exactly how they will ship their goods and it will all flow smoothly and pretty much on time.

Where business doesn't have to worry about their goods being delayed unnecessarily, and the food will be on the shelves in grocery markets all over the modern world from all over the world as it is now only with a good stable secure foundation of reliable economical transport, to get to markets fresh.

And that is like an extension of the Internet, since it is networking as well. And the two go hand in hand.



posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 12:09 AM
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I speake 100 languages and what the words are saying at the bottom is not what he saying out his mouth,lol...FAIL!


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posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 12:26 AM
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The money is currently in the hands of the IMF who are working with the G20 member countries, which includes Russia and China etc and and the European Union, and America, and all the rest of NATO.

It is also to improve the banking situation so I won't say we because then everyone will start to again think they have to fix it but it will be in as part of a recovery plan.

So if we build hubs, that will also reduce shipping costs and reduce the cost of insurance since if you inspect goods before you ship them to a country there is less chance the goods will not be able to get in when they get there. Why pay for shipping and have goods rotting there?
If we have a low cost alternate route will less than perfect goods travel on that route? Thats a given. Caveat emptor.
But we want to have one route that we secure, and allow a second route to prevent excessive control of the trade route and price fixing.
The IMF is made up of 188 countries so that is who stands to benefit.
Its not a small group that wants to do this.
Its a global economic development strategy to help the global economy and that includes providing accessibility to markets for small businesses who sell their goods on the Internet.
How to pay how to handle duties and customs will all be just so simple on that major route.

And banking will be attached as well so that business can get loans to buy and sell merchandise. They need some money to cover shipping until bills are paid all that usual business.

So a hub might look very much like a depot since its just a workplace. Large open spaces where shipping containers sit, warehouses are, an airport is, maintenance facilities and work related security things including some military presence of some sort perhaps. Clean modern and efficient.
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posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 12:37 AM
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The one thing you have to realize is that the military has striped the "president" of much of his power. They also dissolved the parliament that was majority Muslim Brotherhood. However, keep in mind where the Brotherhood got its start. Who knows what could happen. All in all the middle east has been set back by this "victory".

www.npr.org...
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posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 01:30 AM
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Does anyone speak Arabic and know for a fact that the translation is correct? 10 pages and not one person has raised what should have been the first question.


I don't doubt it, them being the Muslim brotherhood and all but still, confirmation would be nice. What the heck is up with this anyway, I thought the US was all about protecting Israel?



posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 01:49 AM
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I like how you totally ignored WashDan's answer but still went ahead and gave a response to the other dude.

Page 2 everyone. Page 2.

Honestly, all you religious nuts go ahead and kill each other. I'll be chillin, doing normal stuff. Funny part is you read the book all wrong to begin with then go killing over it. Oh well, can't help those who don't want to listen. Remember, the meek will inherit the earth. That doesn't include murderers and those who incite it. For whatever reason.



posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 02:00 AM
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Originally posted by sp1r1tu4l33
reply to post by Iamonlyhuman
 


yeah because allah really cares. give me a break. what god wants people to die for him? the devil. so allah must be the devil.
The same Allah who gives life.
He can demand what is his.



posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 02:30 AM
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i feel for the egyptian people,there are no limits to the squatters aggression.catchy tune though



posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 02:31 AM
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Originally posted by Aeons
reply to post by frazzle
 


Did you know, that not even a decade ago most of these women would not have had veils or head scarves? Just like how many of the Islamic women (including immigrants) you see in the West did not UNTIL they came to the West and were influenced by our "moderate" Imams?

Egypt - the land that sense left behind. But they have Pyramids.
edit on 2012/6/25 by Aeons because: (no reason given)



People in the West, especially Americans, have zero business commenting what women wear in the Middle East. On one hand the US is belligerent and ultraviolent (a few days ago an American drone killed 30 Somalians) and on the other hand you try to get on you shambolic high horse about how women dress. Why don't you do something about your country where a woman gets raped every two minutes?




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