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Originally posted by madmac5150
it's very important that we do take the right kind of planning as we come to the close of Ramadan."
"Armenia is aware that the hour of retribution is imminent, and Azerbaijan will liberate its occupied territories.
Originally posted by Senduko
reply to post by LittleBlackEagle
Hence why a war is inevitable. War is the only solution to over come this global financial debacle, how will they continue if the world knows they can't continue with that much debt. Answer : WAR.
After a war its a complete new game.
Originally posted by Helious
Originally posted by LittleBlackEagle
there wont be any war, relax people. if anything it could be something small, designed to just show how much "good" the nsa retards are doing, take a little heat off the management. but war, lol no one has any money to go to war and printing wont work for that since it would probably devalue any nations currency in a hurry.
You don't need money to go to war. You go to war because you need money. Come on...........
It is an opportune time considering the scandals that have plagued the administration, the NSA & Snowden spying debacle
The terror threat has not only brought together some lawmakers. It has also affected the discussion about National Security Agency surveillance programs.
On Monday, NPR's Dina Temple-Raston noted that after weeks of debate on Capitol Hill about whether National Security Agency surveillance programs should be curbed — debate sparked by the secrets spilled by "NSA-leaker" Edward Snowden — "the subject has changed 180 degrees" to a discussion of how effective the programs may be.
As The Hill Writes , the "weekend terror threat ... has opened up a new front in the debate over the National Security Agency's (NSA) surveillance programs. A handful of lawmakers – most of them long-time national security hawks — took to the Sunday news shows to declare the NSA programs a success, and credit the controversial surveillance methods, first uncovered when former contractor Edward Snowden divulged details to The Guardian, as directly responsible for uncovering a potential terrorist attack."