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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    A treaty with al Qaeda?

    How about we just start honoring the treaty commitments we already have. We could begin by refraining from further violations of the UN Charter and Geneva Conventions and go from there.

    I'd be willing to bet that if we did that, there wouldn't be an "al Qaeda". After all, al Qaeda is a creation of our own making to begin with.

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yirmeyahu
    A treaty with al Qaeda?

    How about we just start honoring the treaty commitments we already have. We could begin by refraining from further violations of the UN Charter and Geneva Conventions and go from there.

    I'd be willing to bet that if we did that, there wouldn't be an "al Qaeda". After all, al Qaeda is a creation of our own making to begin with.
    We created al Qaeda, Osama, Hussein, Noriega…….and if you look at what Bushco has done in the last 70 years or so it is their specialty. Dubbya’s granddaddy helped create Adolph Hitler.

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza.
    That's a bet you'd lose, numbnuts!
    Alright, then, you're on. As soon as the US starts honoring its treaty agreements, we'll see who's right.

    Might be a while, though...

    So you believe that al qaeda was formed because the US (in your narrow view) violated the UN Charter and the Geneva Conventions? Get a life!
    Al Qaeda, or "the base", was created as a result of the Soviet-Afghan war. The US deliberately provoked the Soviets into intervening and provided aid, arms, and training to the most radical Islamic fundamentalists they could find. "The Base" was established to provided logistical support for the Mujahedeen.

    al qaeda does'nt give a sh!t for either the UN or the Geneva Conventions!
    Well, they have that in common with the US, then.

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza.
    You're just a sh!tstirring poofta, back-slasher!
    We created al qaeda, osama, Noriega, hussein etc???
    Why don't we just nuke ourselves and save the fvckin' whole world, you idiot!
    LOL...Grimey, posting your illiterate, disturbed sewage here is a rather useless attempt to compensate for that terribly empty feeling you have in your skull.

    In your case, the only effective remedy is to just go ahead and goose step into the path of the first truck or bus coming down the street. This will also relieve your family of any further embarrassment.

    You've disqualified yourself long ago here as having any more significance than to represent the further polluting of the environment.

    In fact, you're such a pathetic waste of carbon, oxygen and fecal material, you can't even create your own avatar to accompany your deranged electromagnetic sewage.

    The poster you've attacked is the type who would probably even attempt to see things from your point of view. Your problem is that very few can get their head so far up their ass as to see things your way.
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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Quote Originally Posted by sojustask
    Beware the leader who bangs the drums of war in order to whip the citizenry into a patriotic fervor, for patriotism is indeed a double-edged sword. It both emboldens the blood, just as it narrows the mind. And when the drums of war have reached a fever pitch and the blood boils with hate and the mind has closed, the leader will have no need in seizing the rights of the citizenry. Rather, the citizenry, infused with fear and blinded by patriotism, will offer up all of their rights unto the leader and gladly so.

    -not Julius Caesar and not William Shakespeare, but a good quote nonetheless

    yep... that's the way it works!

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza.
    You're just a sh!tstirring poofta, back-slasher!
    We created al qaeda, osama, Noriega, hussein etc???
    Why don't we just nuke ourselves and save the fvckin' whole world, you idiot!
    Gazza,
    I do so much enjoy your delicate and playful sense of humor. But when it comes to understanding the direction this country has taken at the hands of Bushco you are sadly misinformed. TOO much of that neo-con kool aid I would guess.
    The history of creating enemies and funding them with US tax $’s is not news to many on this board. And I stand by my previous statements of FACT!
    Your rabid blathering is still amusing though, it just does not have the impact intended.
    Here’s an excerpt from John Stockwell to help you back on track. It’s from the 80’s but serves as a reminder to everyone that this treasonous neo-con BS is not a new development.

    John Stockwell is the highest-ranking CIA official ever to leave the agency and go public. He ran a CIA intelligence-gathering post in Vietnam, was the task-force commander of the CIA's secret war in Angola in 1975 and 1976, and was awarded the Medal of Merit before he resigned. Stockwell's book In Search of Enemies, published by W.W. Norton 1978, is an international best-seller.
    [Col. John Stockwell U.S.M.C is a conservative BTW]


    “---------Think a minute. What is `the threat of international terrorism'? These things catch a lot of attention. But how many Americans died in terrorist actions last year? According to Secretary Shultz, 79. Now, obviously that's terrible but we killed 55,000 people on our highways with drunken driving; we kill 2,500 people in far nastier, bloodier, mutilating, gang-raping ways in Nicaragua last year alone ourselves. Obviously 79 peoples' death is not enough reason to take away the protection of American citizens, of due process of the law.

    But they're pressing for this. The special actions teams that will do the pre-emptive striking have already been created, and trained in the defense department.

    They're building detention centers. There were 8 kept as mothballs under the McLaren act after World War II, to detain aliens and dissidents in the next war, as was done in the next war, as was done with the Japanese people during World War II. They're building 10 more, and army camps, and the... executive memos about these things say it's for aliens and dissidents in the next national emergency....

    FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, headed by Loius Guiffrida, a friend of Ed Meese's.... He's going about the country lobbying and demanding that he be given authority, in the times of national emergency, to declare martial law, and establish a curfew, and gun down people who violate the curfew... in the United States.

    And then there's Ed Meese, as I said. The highest law enforcement officer in the land, President Reagan's closest friend, going around telling us that the constitution never did guarantee freedom of speech and press, and due process of the law, and assembly.”


    http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/St...llCIA87_1.html

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Quote Originally Posted by Phinnly Slash Buster
    Gazza,
    I do so much enjoy your delicate and playful sense of humor. But when it comes to understanding the direction this country has taken at the hands of Bushco you are sadly misinformed. TOO much of that neo-con kool aid I would guess.
    Yeah, it must be those additives that Rummy has put in that Koolaid. Coal tar dyes and aspartame to control his mind. Seeing he has no mind to think on his own anyway.

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raider
    "It is the duty of every patriot to NOT give aid and comfort to the enemy in a time of war."
    Raider (2006) :cool:
    "Your security is not in the hands of Kerry, Bush or al-Qaida. Your security is in your own hands."
    Osama bin Laden

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Quote Originally Posted by doughaddix2003
    I have been called everything in the book on all the yahoo headline news discussion boards for the simple fact that I had exercised my right to disagree with George Bush.
    If you don't agree with the Bush supporters you are labeled a "libtard,commie,traitor,terrorist,and other names that I won't mention here.
    Some have even threatened to beat up or shoot anyone who doesn't follow the "leader" with out question.
    Most of the time when my post where answered it was to nitpick the grammar or what words I had misspelled or that I lacked brains and needed to get my G.E.D instead of facing the issue I had raised.
    Alot of times they would just "disappear" when I confronted them about this.
    But all in all I have found this quote that really get's there goat.

    It is the duty of every patriot to protect his country from its government.
    Thomas Paine (1737 - 1809)
    I've been to the Yahoo boards, lots of flamer's there LOL.
    Welcome to Scam.com a more civilized mosh pit.

    "If one bruises easily stay out of the mosh pit!"
    - Old Chinese Proverb

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raider
    I second that emotion.

    Thank-God we don't have weakling idealists like Star Jones or Walter Cronkite involved in the descision making process.

    all the decision making process means to right wingers is who gets to die first and how many and when.(*that's what they think anyway)nothing moral,nothing righteous,just economics of preference.like hearing about a stray dog hurting a child and demanding all stray dogs be hunted down and slaugtered and if your dog gets loose so be it it is a necessary causaulty of insuring your own safety.hehe!!just ignorance masquerading as intelligence too the uneducated LIKE YOURSELF!!hehe!!

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    I see that POO has not changed!?see HD for instructions!!hehe!!still posing a question as a statement.at least he is consistant!?and hey!?trust me!?that's somethin ta live for if ya got nuthin else!?by the way POO,ever hear of foreplay!?it goes like this..seduce......then pounce!?hehe!!
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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    We have some posters here who can demonstrate, with any single post, more hatred for America than an Al-Q member on his best day. These persons can be compared, not favorably, with the french who immediately applied oral suction to their German conquerors. They were often killed as their reward, a rich and deserved justice. Nobody likes traitors.

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Quote Originally Posted by pwrone
    We have some posters here who can demonstrate, with any single post, more hatred for America than an Al-Q member on his best day. These persons can be compared, not favorably, with the french who immediately applied oral suction to their German conquerors. They were often killed as their reward, a rich and deserved justice. Nobody likes traitors.
    The French are, shall we say, sexually liberated. It appears that is what is on their minds most of the time. So to accommadate their new invaders, they were just showing them their specialty, which was easy for them to do. Most of their army ran away anyway, what were the rest left to do ?

    I know of someone who went for a trip to France and all the Japanese tourists on the bus suddenly rushed to the one side of the bus all excited about something. This guy was only 11 at the time but his curiousity was piqued so he went to take a boo. What he saw was a couple having "relations" on a blanket, in public, in broad day light. Talk about liberal.
    The tourists, were all taking pictures of course. I wonder if they left any room on their cameras for the Eiffel tower ?

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Quote Originally Posted by pwrone
    We have some posters here who can demonstrate, with any single post, more hatred for America than an Al-Q member on his best day. These persons can be compared, not favorably, with the french who immediately applied oral suction to their German conquerors. They were often killed as their reward, a rich and deserved justice. Nobody likes traitors.
    Maybe that's why you have so much free time to fling your delusional and ignorant trash around here. Maybe if you go for that lobotomy, you'll finally be able to make a few friends.

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    Re: Should We Make a Treaty with al Qaeda?

    Try to be MORE irrelevant! You can do it!

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