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03-19-2011, 03:05 PM #31
Octo Mother Superior
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Any time any of you finds an island and need people I'll be ready to go, I'm just about had it with this insanity time.gif
03-19-2011, 03:14 PM #32
Shadow Incognito Anonymous
hug.gif that's what beer is for beercheer.gif
03-19-2011, 03:20 PM #33
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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hi5.gif beercheer.gif doobie.gif God gave us beer and such because he wanted us to be happy from time to time in spite of the overwhelming self serving stupidity and failure of our ruling class. rofl.gif


03-19-2011, 04:45 PM #34
Upāsaka Member
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I can smell the oil,gas, and money, that this bombing campaign is all about. Also the French & UK leaders want to look like 'war leaders' doing good. So that they an get a bump in the polls. Sakozy has an election pretty soon. Both leaders are trying to out do each other. Pathetic.

Quote:Libya, a member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), holds the largest proven oil reserves in Africa. According to the 2008 BP Statistical Energy Survey, Libya had proved oil reserves of 41.464 billion barrels at the end of 2007 or 3.34 % of the world's reserves.

Oil exploration in Libya began in 1955, with the key national Petroleum Law No. 25 enacted in April of that year (a new petroleum law is currently under development). Libya's first oil fields were discovered in 1959 (at Amal and Zelten -- now known as Nasser), and oil exports began in 1961.

Libya is Africa’s major oil producer and one of Europe’s biggest North African oil suppliers. Supplies from North Africa to Europe destinations have the advantage of being both timely and cost effective. According to the 2008 BP Statistical Energy Survey, Libya produced an average of 1847.7 thousand barrels of crude oil per day in 2007, 2.2% of the world total and a change of 0.5 % compared to 2006. Libya’s economy is based on oil and exports contribute between 75% and 90% of State revenues.

Meanwhile Bahraini people are invaded by other GCC countries lead by the Saudi's. Yet nothing is done. No words of warning. They just run riot. Before anyone says they were invited, not by the majority. But by the Minority Sunni lead Monarchy.

Not saying the shia are any better. But violence begets violence. The Majority population want a voice that is linked to their size. fair enough to me. Oh and The US has a massive navy base in Bahrain, maybe thats why they don't say anything.
03-19-2011, 04:52 PM #35
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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Quote:I can smell the oil,gas, and money, that this bombing campaign is all about. Also the French & UK leaders want to look like 'war leaders' doing good. So that they an get a bump in the polls. Sakozy has an election pretty soon. Both leaders are trying to out do each other. Pathetic.

They all whip it out at election time so we plebes can marvel at the power. rofl.gif elite pansie games.


03-19-2011, 04:55 PM #36
Octo Mother Superior
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Human rights my ass bleh.gif Like they ever gave a shit
03-19-2011, 05:04 PM #37
Octo Mother Superior
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Quote:LIBYAN rebels acknowledged that a warplane which crashed in flames in their Benghazi stronghold early yesterday belonged to them and that it was shot down by Muammar Gaddafi's forces.
"Yes, it was one of the insurgents' planes. It was downed by Gaddafi's forces," a senior rebel official told AFP, reached by telephone.
"From what I hear the pilot is dead but I cannot confirm that," he said, adding that the plane was a French-built Mirage fighter.
"We have a few planes but they are old planes," he added.

Read more: http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/lib...6024751456

Now who the hell are these 'rebels' and where do they get jet fighters? coffeetime.gif Senior rebel official :chcukle:
03-19-2011, 05:23 PM #38
Upāsaka Member
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Pearl roundabout monument which was the gathering point for demonstrations has been destroyed by Bahrani authorities.


If anything a psychological blow for the protesters.

Some interesting factoids about Bahrain

Quote:The current ASU bears little resemblance to the small, 10-acre compound it was as recently as 1991. In the past seven years, this "sleepy hollow" has expanded to 62 acres with $36.5 million worth of new construction underway, including new transient bachelor quarters, a medical and dental clinic, a racquetball court, a chapel, a post office and several multi-purpose sports fields.

Juffair is the boomtown of the Bahraini capital. Across the flat, dusty plain outside Naval Support Activity Bahrain, a jungle of glass and concrete has sprouted. Newly paved roads crisscross in an expanding checkerboard between the base and the bay. Armies of construction workers swarm over half-finished apartments, restaurants and hotels as the white sun bakes the desert. Some of them sleep in the open shells at night.

Prospective owners of hotels and apartments cultivate Navy leaders, hoping for a piece of the military pie. For security reasons, the US government places strict limits on the number of Americans who may stay in each hotel or apartment. For hotels, the limit is 25 percent of guests, and for apartments the limit is 50 percent of tenants. That means building owners must get non-Navy clients to fill up the rest of their space. As fortune would have it, the Navy’s expansion coincided with Manama’s rise as the hub of Middle East commerce.

Today, 178 banks have branches here, al-Absi said — a vast number for a country of just 645,000 people. Dozens of firms, like Coca Cola and Chevron, have located regional offices here to take advantage of the friendly, tolerant business climate. It also is a rare country in the Middle East that permits companies to be 100 percent foreign-owned. It aspires to fill the Arab niche once occupied by Lebanon before the bloody civil war of the 1970s and 1980s. Like the Navy, these companies pay the living costs of employees who move to Bahrain. As a result, expatriates from Great Britain, India, Pakistan, Australia and Saudi Arabia have filled up the apartments and hotels of Juffair. Foreigners now make up about one-third of Bahrain’s population, and they dominate in Manama.

The local population lives a little bit out of town — what in American terms would be called the suburbs. A great percentage of the people of Manama are not Bahrainis. They don’t want to drive 25 minutes to go out and get a drink.
03-19-2011, 05:42 PM #39
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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"a senior rebel official"

Says it all.

MSM conditions the public in the West.

While not in so many words, the implications are the West are already recognizing a new government.

The reality here is, there is already a recognized internal hierarchy, and the US, UK, et al. are not demonizing it, so it can be implied they are already to some degree recognizing it's legitimacy, if not directly behind all of this toppling of governments.

Don't tell me this hasn't been on the table for a number of years. It just took a good distraction to make all this happen without much public scrutiny. Japan provides the perfect storm.

Never let a good crisis go to waste.


03-19-2011, 08:07 PM #40
Cynicalabsurdance Member
Posts:10,529 Threads:239 Joined:Feb 2011
G'Morning JR
Too true
and every once in a while, i have to deal with the Knowledge of paying taxes for years
to fund black-ops and Psy-Ops wherein "I" was the target.

Not just myself, not just my Sister being Murdered by agents of the U.S. and My Dad and his Friend being Murdered.
all the LabRats of MK Ultra as experimental subjects in a Nazi enhanced Mind Control/brainwashing Program run on small children right into adulthood.

But, each and every Human on the Planet being manipulated into Docile Marshmallows.

Yep, i do indeed at times go through a very nice round of suppressing pent up anger,
and Today, where i sit, all the people walking around with thoughts of comfort on their minds.

" and the kids they dance and shake their bones ( oblivious ) and the politicians throwing stones
and it's all too clear we're on our own,,,
on our own,,,"""""

Be nice to hack into the Brookings Institute computers, and find the blue print on the study of this shit and put in on the Net.


RAGE!!! is what they should have on order.
But hey, a person cannot enjoy a Latte as well when enraged,,,, now can they?
03-19-2011, 09:40 PM #41
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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Hey Rog! Yes it even hits closer to home with you in terms of paying the wages via tax dollars of those who sought to bring harm your way, on a personal level!
With me, at least on all but one unexplainable occasion they never made anything personal, but the waste, the fraud, the greed, the whole creation of money through debt the black projects, the wars.
It's a disturbing beast we've all financed.


03-20-2011, 12:47 AM #42
Cynicalabsurdance Member
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there was a Photo i received from Iraq

i know a few special forces personnel

The photo displayed an Oil Tanker Trailer with the back of the tank cut out with a torch,
stacked inside the tanker, were the gold bars from the Iraqi Treasury.

Off loading the Gold Bars by hand, were special forces troops of the U.S.

The Soldiers were stacking the bars on pallets to be loaded onto U.S. Aircraft for transport out
of Iraq.

The missive went something like this:
Rog', were your Bars anything like these in shape and size?
This operation, is mine."

Then a short missive on the who what when where and how of the operation.

I later, from this person, received a gift of a handgun taken away from one of Sadamn's
head men, it was a gift to that friend of Sadamn's, from Sadamn, back in 1972.

Ahhhhh,,, the spoils of war.

through a Proxy Whore
i had that photo loaded into a thread at: ancientlosttreasures.com

The thread was one of the threads that went: POOF in the dos attack of that forum a few weeks later.

03-20-2011, 01:23 AM #43
Octo Mother Superior
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do you have that pic stored anywhere else on your techno junk? agent_smith.gif
03-20-2011, 02:30 AM #44
Cynicalabsurdance Member
Posts:10,529 Threads:239 Joined:Feb 2011
Quote: do you have the photo stored?"

heh he
you just had to ask.

Cynical is Hippie
not Bunnyhead

copies exist
many places

Trust however
does not exist anywhere

you know.

showed torture tooth,,, other day to person

next night
lock on Van had been pried

Hippie hate person he show tooth to

person a snitch ass puke.

person see tooth
person ask if i keep it safe

i note shit in person's eye's

i put tooth where no person crazy enough to go look

i crazy, like a Fox
but i no Bunnyhead.

heh heh
03-20-2011, 12:53 PM #45
Accidental Stoner Member
Posts:8,599 Threads:80 Joined:Feb 2011
Libya for the Libyans!

Let them sort out their own problems!

The "Western community" wants to get involved?
Then evacuate the children out of harm's way!

Fuck the slavedrivers
fuck the imperialists
fuck the fucking humbug pseudo-humanists
fuck the military industrial swindle-complex
fuck Khaddafi - he will get what's coming to him.

Libya for the Libyans!

Jeeesus fuckin' christ...



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