Al-Qaeda vows to hurt Obama's US

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by suncloud View Post
    an interesting story here.

    i had a friend from iran. he told me a story on when sadaam invaded iran, they wiped out his whole village. he's one of four survivors. but i digress. he once said that they're pissed because the middle east (babylon) is the birthplace of civilization. then they see videos of america, and all the nifty things we have and they say "where's ours?".

    my response was "well, my ancestors did what most people would do - move out of the desert!" seriously, why live in a place that for all appearances is a barren wasteland? again, i think by treating them right, and slowly introducing an active democracy where they can get what they want, and join the internet revolution, etc, they will find there's not so much to complain about anymore.

    of course, i always tend to look on the positive
    This right here is one of the significant glimpses into the human psyche (american included).

    The mindset of "well my ancestors did/suffered this" means jack squat application to your life or success. Blame slavery, piss and whine about Christian persecution, had rich parents? So what have YOU DONE????

    cradle of civilizatiON is a relative term to state that at the time they were luckier and more advanced than anyone else....like being the smartest kid in class- in the 3rd grade - means othing if individuals and societies do not continue to push.



  2. Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    This right here is one of the significant glimpses into the human psyche (american included).

    The mindset of "well my ancestors did/suffered this" means jack squat application to your life or success. Blame slavery, piss and whine about Christian persecution, had rich parents? So what have YOU DONE????

    cradle of civilizatiON is a relative term to state that at the time they were luckier and more advanced than anyone else....like being the smartest kid in class- in the 3rd grade - means othing if individuals and societies do not continue to push.

    the guy "merzahd" didn't realy complain about his life much - he tried to explain how the people around him felt. he did what my ancestors did - move somewhere else!

    in a way i can understand where they're coming from, but when you live in an unhospitable place, your best option is to move... or make it more liveable, which none of the leaders in the middle ease have done - except for dubai.

    EDIT : i fully understand where you're coming from dsade - the crutches in life are the ones you place on yourself.
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  3. sorry but all of you are lost. do u believe what school and the news teach you?? we have no ****ing CLUE on whats going on behind the scenes

  4. Quote Originally Posted by wackmcjack View Post
    sorry but all of you are lost. do u believe what school and the news teach you?? we have no ****ing CLUE on whats going on behind the scenes
    Feel free to enlighten everyone oh wise one

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Mjolnir View Post
    WHO DOES NUMBER 2 WORK FOR!!?!?!?
    LOLZ
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by OzzY SluGGa View Post
    Feel free to enlighten everyone oh wise one
    I would love to. My brother is friends with a guy this is some how associated deep in the CIA/"special ops" (no I donít know exactly what level, job, etc) but he was a interrogator/ assassin of some sort and just the ounce that he could tell my brother. everything in the news, class rooms is bs. now if your asking yourself why did he mention anything blah blah blah donít ask me I donít know . but believe me or not I donít care your loss.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by wackmcjack View Post
    I would love to. My brother is friends with a guy this is some how associated deep in the CIA/"special ops" (no I donít know exactly what level, job, etc) but he was a interrogator/ assassin of some sort and just the ounce that he could tell my brother. everything in the news, class rooms is bs. now if your asking yourself why did he mention anything blah blah blah donít ask me I donít know . but believe me or not I donít care your loss.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by RoadBlocK View Post
    You will get no argument from me that the US government and the UN have their share of travesties to answer for, however, the open, direct, blatant, promoted, encouraged, probably arranged, funded and orchestrated attacks directly against women and children is an absolute sign of cowardice.

    As a matter of fact, I dont even know why Im posting this, as in my eyes, any terrorist is a coward, planting bombs to kill random people, firing rockets into crowded city buildings from a mile away, attacking public places where innocents gather, sneaking around in the shadows, hiding in caves, planning to hurt those who cant defend themselves. A real man meets his enemy face to face, and doesnt cower in the shadows.

    Im done with this thread.
    We do the exact same thing. We fund "freedom fighters" however. We've done all across Central and South America. Many leaders in those countries have degress from University of the Americas, Where they have been taught guerrilla warfare.

    And yes we have targeted children, women and civil infrastructures. 500,000 children have died as a result of US/UN sanctions imposed on iraq. Starving a country of medical supplies, food is just as bad as planting a bomb in street.

    Bombs are the weapons of the poor, Economic Sanctions are the weapons the wealthy.

    In this world we are no different than the terrorist we fight. The United States has caused more harm to women, children and innocent civilians world wide than any terrorist organization. Whether we supply weapons or use CIA to train operatives, we are responsible. As Americans we like to pretend we are different than those "terrorist" we are fighting, but in reality they only exist because of our foreign policies.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by nopeace View Post
    We do the exact same thing. We fund "freedom fighters" however. We've done all across Central and South America. Many leaders in those countries have degress from University of the Americas, Where they have been taught guerrilla warfare.

    And yes we have targeted children, women and civil infrastructures. 500,000 children have died as a result of US/UN sanctions imposed on iraq. Starving a country of medical supplies, food is just as bad as planting a bomb in street.

    Bombs are the weapons of the poor, Economic Sanctions are the weapons the wealthy.

    In this world we are no different than the terrorist we fight. The United States has caused more harm to women, children and innocent civilians world wide than any terrorist organization. Whether we supply weapons or use CIA to train operatives, we are responsible. As Americans we like to pretend we are different than those "terrorist" we are fighting, but in reality they only exist because of our foreign policies.
    I am not my government. Remember that. People on both sides are fed propaganda, and then it's up to the people to believe what they will. This is a government fight, not a people's fight. Sit back and watch the heavyweights duke it out, hoping we don't get ****ed in the end.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by OzzY SluGGa View Post
    why even bring it up when little minded people like you. go back to believing your cnn and sucking obamas ****

  11. Quote Originally Posted by wackmcjack View Post
    why even bring it up when little minded people like you. go back to believing your cnn and sucking obamas ****
    I'm pretty sure he lives in Australia. Ozzy, you get CNN is australia?

  12. Quote Originally Posted by wackmcjack View Post
    why even bring it up when little minded people like you. go back to believing your cnn and sucking obamas ****
    Haha, Im small minded? But you dont even have the presence of mind to see my name? aaaah Einstein, we dont have CNN in Australia, we have our own news. And last time I checked Obama was not leader of this country. There is a world outside America Mr CIA. Im surprised an Intellectual giant such as yourself failed to realise.

    Of COURSE there is a whole lot behind the scenes we (the general public) dont know. That is a given, Just spare me your lame attempts to look cool, by claiming to know assassins and other vaious an assorted CIA dark men. No one thinks your cool F**K wit.

    Wanna come out with big statements like you did and claim "where all lost" fine, so back it up with something concrete??

    You wont, you know it, I know it and everyone that reads this thread knows it. Go Put a James Bond movie on or something, and tell yourself how cool you are
    Im outta this thread, nothing worse than a try hard who try's to act like they know world conspiracies but has nothing behind it.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by PhysiqueFreak View Post
    I'm pretty sure he lives in Australia. Ozzy, you get CNN is australia?
    Haha, see this guy noticed. He isnt stupid. We have access to it if we want it dude. But its not actually prime time or anything.

    Thanks for having a brain, unlike our friend above.

  14. He was told this by his father's brother's nephew's cousin's former roommate... So it must be true! You don't believe anything else you read, see or hear but when it comes from a third party of a friend who couldn't saying other than "everything in the news, class rooms is bs." you're a convinced man!


    Odd...

  15. LOL, Aside from that being a perfect point Jay, was that first bit from Spaceballs?? Taking me back there dude!

  16. Yeah man, i just watched it yesterday too lol. I'm a huge Mel brooks fan.

  17. At times, I feel sorry for the men and women of the military because they are serving corporate interest more than national interest.

    Before 9/11 we gave the taliban 43 million dollars because they had wiped out the opium production then we came in and now opium/heroin production is at it's highest.

    War makes money for the banks that lend it the combatants. We are in debt as a nation and people are rich of our dead and wounded. This makes me angry. Our soldiers swore to protect our constitution not corporate interest.

    As a nation we've funded over throws of Governments in which we trained (at the College of the Americas) guerilla and terrorist tactics to many leaders across the world especially in central America. Most recent failure of the CIA was the overthrow of the Hugo Chavez(2002) because he wants his oil for his people. Hence why he hates Bush, and why the US does not like him.
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