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News Discussion / ...WAZIRISTAN...get ready...more to come....
« on: August 15, 2008, 02:46:40 AM »
...usa is working the wazir region...putting the screws to "the organization" and the taliban...

...shock and awe...






 

 

 


 

 

 



       




 
July 29, 2008  Tuesday  Rajab 25, 1429 





Missile raid on S. Waziristan; six killed




Bureau Report

PESHAWAR, July 28: A missile apparently fired from a Predator drone killed at least six people on Monday in a compound in South Waziristan, near the Afghan border.

A security official said the strike might have killed a senior Al Qaeda trainer known for his expertise in chemicals. The official put the death toll at 12.

“Our report suggests that the missile strike might have killed Abu Khabab Al Misri. But it remains unconfirmed,” the official cautioned.

The 55-year-old Midhat Mursi As-Sayid Umar alias Abu Khabab was earlier reported to have been killed in a US missile strike in Bajaur’s Damadola area in Jan 2006. However, later reports showed that he was not among those killed.

He was a trainer at an Al Qaeda facility in Darunta, near Jalalabad, in the late 1990s.

A graduate in science from an Egyptian university, Abu Khabab was considered to be an expert in conventional explosives and some western media reports said he headed a project named Al Zabadi, or ‘curdled milk’, for making chemical and biological weapons.

The US had offered a $5 million reward on information leading to his capture.

A military spokesman declined to comment. “There is a problem at the local level. We have not received a detailed report. No one has been able to reach there and get details of the information. Therefore, I cannot really make a comment,” Maj-Gen Athar Abbas told Dawn.

A resident of Wana said two missiles struck a seminary and an adjoining compound in the Zyara Leetha area of Azam Warsak early in the morning, killing six people and wounding a woman and her two children.

He said tribal militants immediately encircled the scene of the attack and kept locals at bay. “We are not being allowed to go near the site.”

A local militant commander, Maulvi Nazir, said the strike had left seven people dead. Among them were the head of a seminary and students, he said.

Sources said the woman and two children wounded in the missile strike were the wife and children of Abu Khabab. They said others killed in the strike included Mohammad Hudaifa, Khalid Al Misri and two Saudi citizens. The information could not be verified by independent sources.

 

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although aye don't always agree with stan...he makes astute observations in this article...if u want to get ahead best spell you out for yourself, biatch...dropping the skin color front and education is the key.


Black like whom? Quality skills belong to everyone's race
Monday, August 4th 2008, 4:00 AM

by stanley crouch.

When Jesse Jackson was running for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, the civil rights movement veteran said to his integrated gatherings on the campaign trail that, if elected, he could not legislate against poor performance in school or irresponsible sexual behavior. At the time, that was seen as a sober look at some problems that still bedevil black America.

That might shock the pants off those who recall how much controversy Jackson recently engendered when caught on mike angrily saying that Barack Obama was talking down to black people in a Father's Day speech that was largely directed at those black men willing to have the singularly intense human fun of making babies but unwilling to care for them once they arrive in this world. How now, brown cow?

Jackson expressed the opinion of far, far more black Americans when he had implied the thing that Obama said directly, calling for those errant black fathers to stop being boys and start behaving like men by assuming the job of parent.

Now it seems that a form of ethnic confusion for which Jackson is largely responsible could have an ironically positive influence on another ongoing problem: the self-destructive, lower-class idea that black kids who do well in school, speak English correctly and do not exhibit the anarchic behavior and stupidity so common in the most popular hip hop are, somehow, "trying to be white."

That is a childish idea that the black lower class needs to put away as soon as possible because, as yet another new study of black Americans shows, the overwhelming majority of that so-called minority group believes that education is one of the best ways to ensure one's chances of success. I would add that that is especially true in an increasingly technological world in which backward achievements such as illiteracy are not valued.

Jackson's insistence that black Americans should be called African-Americans to give them specific connection to a continent and to some sort of pride was often defended by those pointing to the term Italian-American which, unlike what Jackson proposed, referred to a specific place and culture on which variations were made in Italy. That is why, in private, Africans have often laughed at black Americans for believing that the endlessly complicated African continent is no more than a "United States of Africa."

Complexity, of course, has never held much sway in ethnic or identity politics, which can most easily be explained in terms of three words: "us and them." That is always a distortion of true American history because any group with an irrefutable gripe has always progressed most through coalitions, which is how things work in the United States.

An ongoing study at Princeton reveals that 40% of black students at Ivy League universities are immigrants or the children of immigrants. Uh-oh, but maybe not uh-oh. That these students do not see high-quality performance in school and sophisticated behavior as proof of a lack of ethnic pride or self-hatred or being overwhelmed by "white standards" could be very beneficial in ways nothing else has yet been.

While black Americans know little about African religions, history, politics or anything else, they are learning something very important right now. Employers are said to prefer actual African-Americans - black immigrants - because, right or wrong, they assume two things about black people from outside the United States: that they deeply believe in education and the competence that comes with it.

If this country is absolutely lucky, the black lower class will begin to learn with ever greater quickness what black immigrants and everybody else in the world already knows: Quality skills, quality performance and quality products have three obvious things in common. They trump color and national origin in this global economy and will only continue to do so

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iraq is a success and the desert has been won with the aide of the us servicemen and women...the enigmatic "w" accomplished the mission...HA!...

...so aye finally got to you, eh buster...er mr. lesko?   aka...archie degenerate bunker...looks like you were forced to stand up from your chair...as it was kicked over by a mighty foot. ;)

John 2 14-16

 "He found in the temple area those who sold oxen, sheep, and doves, 13 as well as the money-changers seated there. 
He made a whip out of cords and drove them all out of the temple area, with the sheep and oxen, and spilled the coins of the money-changers and overturned their tables,
and to those who sold doves he said, "Take these out of here, and stop making my Father's house a marketplace."



the usa resolve in iraq was a success...the kurds are empowered with their own land and saved from saddam hussein, his sons, the baath regime and genocide...allow the healing to continue...

...now those who sold doves have been put in their place...


...go home julie fern...you loser...you coward...your table is turned over...you have been belittled and beaten...you can sell no more your "false doves of peace" masquerading as peaceful gesture...

...you know not what we on court st. and other associates have done and what we men and women in the usa armed services have done...we are all noble and we serve with pride...our mission in mesopoetamia has been a success and will continue to be a success as we empower the kurds...and the people of mesopoetamia...no tyrants to rule them...this is thanks to the noble warriors and the commander in chief who put american security in the middle east in answer to a tyrants murdering ways...and brought liberty to the people of mesopoetamia...

we will maintain our resolve in iraq...


noble to the end...






...Semper Fidelis...



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News Discussion / NOW YOU KNOW WHO AYE AM...
« on: July 26, 2008, 10:06:48 PM »
Kurdistan - The Other Iraq
From SourceWatch
The Kurdistan—The Other Iraq campaign, managed by the Kurdistan Development Corporation (KDC), first "launched on US television networks and print media in the week beginning Monday, November 7th 2005," according to a November 28, 2005, KDC news release. [1] (http://www.kurdistancorporation.com/theotheriraq1.html)

"The campaign includes a message of thanks from the people of Iraqi Kurdistan to the people of America for their role in the liberating of Iraq and continues with information on the relative security and investment potential of the Region. Ms Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman, Chairman of the KDC spent a week in Washington being interviewed on US networks and radio," the news release said.

In November 2005, the public was invited (http://gatewaypundit.blogspot.com/2005/11/other-iraq-thanks-america.html) to support the "The Other Iraq" by mailing contributions to Move America Forward, "ATTN: Pro-Troop Holiday Ad Fund", in Sacramento, CA.

In late July 2006, the Kurdish Regional Government (http://www.krg.org/) in Northern Iraq commenced running the television ad campaign again in both the United States and the UK. The campaign is "aimed at attracting potential US and British investors to the region," the Turkish online publication Hürriyet reported (http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/english/4824877.asp?gid=74) July 27, 2006. The US public relations firm Russo Marsh & Rogers "is responsible for the ads, which were put together in coordination with the Northern Iraqi Kurdish led government."

Russo Marsh & Rogers also "founded the 'Stop Michael Moore' campaign to discredit the film Fahrenheit 9/11 and a group called 'Move America Forward', which has brought parents of dead soldiers to be counter-protesters at peace demonstrations," Aaron Glantz wrote (http://ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=34168) July 31, 2006, for Inter Press News Service.

"The firm has also brought right-wing talk-show hosts to Iraq" on a "Truth Tour" "to tell 'the good news that the old-line liberal news media won't tell you about'," Glantz wrote.




michael moore...kurds...and barbara boxer is next....


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News Discussion / ..DAR..FUR...tantalizing diplomacy...
« on: June 29, 2008, 01:59:57 AM »
Burkina Faso minister to be Darfur mediator

Sat 28 Jun 2008, 8:26 GMT
 


UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Burkina Faso Foreign Minister Djibril Bassole has been chosen as the new U.N. and African Union joint chief mediator for Darfur, though his appointment has yet to be confirmed, diplomats said on Friday.

Several diplomats told Reuters the United Nations and AU had settled on Bassole as the best choice to try to broker a resolution to the five-year-old conflict in Sudan's western region of Darfur.

 "Bassole has been chosen," said one diplomat. "Now the question is whether everyone involved will give their final agreement."

The diplomats spoke on condition of anonymity because the appointment is not yet official. They said it was still possible that Sudanese President President Omar Hassan al-Bashir could object to Bassole's appointment.

However, they said the AU was expected to endorse Bassole as the mediator at its foreign ministers meeting now under way in the Egyptian Red Sea town of Sharm el-Sheikh.

If confirmed, Bassole will replace the dual negotiating team of AU special envoy for Darfur Salim Ahmed Salim and his counterpart at the United Nations, Jan Eliasson.

Burkina Faso helped mediate talks between the government and rebels in Ivory Coast's civil war and Bassole was actively involved.

Diplomats on the U.N. Security Council have said there is wide agreement that the idea of having two mediators going in and out of Darfur has not been an effective way of getting the Sudanese government and Darfur rebels to make peace.

The appointment of a single U.N.-AU mediator permanently based in Darfur is long overdue, they said.

International experts estimate that some 200,000 people have died and another 2.5 million been left homeless because of the conflict in Darfur. Khartoum says 10,000 have died.

Darfur's stalled peace talks were dealt another blow last month when the rebel Justice and Equality Movement attacked a suburb of Khartoum.

Eliasson and Salim said this week an international summit should be called to put pressure on the parties to come back to the negotiating table.


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the government of sudan calls the conflict in the darfur region...a region between chad and sudan... a "tribal clash".

..it is not...

it has been blown out of proportion...

sudan's central government is controlled by northern nile valley arabs...the south was dominated by furs...dar"fur" ...who are ethnically african...and for two decades through the early eighties and nineties...the furs were in conflict with the arabs...after drought in the north the arabs looked to the south for land...the southern furs administrated their own territory...drought and famine affected this southern area of darfur as well (a region prone to draught and famine)...furs distrusted the arab northern government...but arab nomads continually pushed their way south attempting to take land...the furs in the region of jebel marrain pushed back...in the late eighties former president sadiq el mahdi formed an arab militia called the muraheleen’ to deal with the furs which further added to the ethnic africans distrust of the arab run government{which tried to restructure the local administrative {tribal} set up in the south}...

initial struggles were between the southern ethnic africans...to some extent zahgawans...and ethnic arabs who wanted control of the southern darfur region...with the arabs worried that the ethnic africans were going to take over the whole region including the central government...the ethnic arabs created rebel groups...the ethnic africans also had rebel groups...{quite a tribal land}...the ethnic africans "furs" created the sudan liberation movement and the african muslims as well as ethnic africans created the justice and equality movement j.e.m who attacked military installations because of the economic and political constrictions inflicted on african tribes because of the previous two decades of arab government meddling.  but also in response to omar el bashir's actions...he is a genocidal murderer...

..this new president in the north in 1999...took over...omar el bashir who restructured the government...added former muraheleen members to his national congress party...removed the african muslims from  administrative positions...and turned remaining muraheleen into a paramilitary force...a force which attacked the furs and destroyed their communities with raids...the s.l.a. who were ethnic furs ...wanted...restructuring and devolution of power for all sudanese...the j.e.m  was formed to push back against el bashir and in defiance of the african muslims removed from power...he replaced the former african muslim leaders with arabs who only sought to protect the nomadic ethnic arabs and muslim arabs and their interests...the j.e.m was a more rigorous attempt to regain some control of the government by the african muslims removed from power and went under a banner to restore a more equilibrium  of ethnicity to the government.

...to combat the rebel forces from the south of furs and african muslims...president bashir turned to mercenaries...or guerrillas called "janjaweed"...who were drawn from arab nomadic tribes...their leaders are emirs from the chad/sudan region...so called emirs...aye call them outright pompous genocidal executioners...their militias formed a fighting force of mercenary murderers, rapists, and pillagers...drunk with the desire of rapine...imbibed in blood.

their impetus was to displace the african tribes and take away their ancestral land...their homes...their livelihood...their plan was to relocate african ethnic groups from large areas of the region...redistribute their population...mainly in the vicinity of government-controlled towns where they could be in concentration camps...

chadian ethnic militias were also involved on both sides of the conflict...they are part of the janjaweed militia... cross-border incursions by sudaneze and allied chadian janjaweed militias intensified the torture in the first half of 2004.


the chad and sudan janjaweed began the holocaust in 2004...and plundered the region into a potable armeggedon of despair.

The chadian government and its leader... idriss deby , a zaghawa must tread lightly...it is engaged in a tenuous quatra-tante with sudans government who may just wish to let this crisis explode into a third world war with darfur as the battlefield...deby must appease the zaghawan community from darfur...which straddles the chad/sudan border AND brought him to power... deby must resolve his new ethnic african and ethnic zaghawan refugees from the darfur region and keep a watchful eye upon the chadian arab population...with its powerful chadian arab army who would like to gather up more land from the sudan region and use the darfur region for armament and staging to take over chad...


perhaps it is time for idriss deby and african union leaders to meet...

uganda and erteria need to be at the table...and a revitalized and aggressive african union force must have boots on the ground to quarantine the darfur region...

perhaps it is time for momar kadafi to come out of hiding...

one thing is for sure...bashir has got to go...the question is when...

this is up to the african union...the u.n. is ineffectual...oh, how history reciprocates...sad.

god knows americans are not going to want to lend military assistance...let's see if we can stand behind some aggressive diplomacy... global media attention...humanitarian assistance...and political peacemaking.

...many of us have become fat and stupid...isolationists...unif ormed uninformed...and peacecowards selling doves in God's house...aye will name none...but aye will kick over their chairs...


px.o.rsta.

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the government of sudan calls the conflict in the darfur region...a region between chad and sudan... a "tribal clash".

..it is not...

it has been blown out of proportion...

sudan's central government is controlled by northern nile valley arabs...the south was dominated by furs...dar"fur" ...who are ethnically african...and for two decades through the early eighties and nineties...the furs were in conflict with the arabs...after drought in the north the arabs looked to the south for land...the southern furs administrated their own territory...drought and famine affected this southern area of darfur as well (a region prone to draught and famine)...furs distrusted the arab northern government...but arab nomads continually pushed their way south attempting to take land...the furs in the region of jebel marrain pushed back...in the late eighties former president sadiq el mahdi formed an arab militia called the muraheleen’ to deal with the furs which further added to the ethnic africans distrust of the arab run government{which tried to restructure the local administrative {tribal} set up in the south}...

initial struggles were between the southern ethnic africans...to some extent zahgawans...and ethnic arabs who wanted control of the southern darfur region...with the arabs worried that the ethnic africans were going to take over the whole region including the central government...the ethnic arabs created rebel groups...the ethnic africans also had rebel groups...{quite a tribal land}...the ethnic africans "furs" created the sudan liberation movement and the african muslims as well as ethnic africans created the justice and equality movement j.e.m who attacked military installations because of the economic and political constrictions inflicted on african tribes because of the previous two decades of arab government meddling.  but also in response to omar el bashir's actions...he is a genocidal murderer...

..this new president in the north in 1999...took over...omar el bashir who restructured the government...added former muraheleen members to his national congress party...removed the african muslims from  administrative positions...and turned remaining muraheleen into a paramilitary force...a force which attacked the furs and destroyed their communities with raids...the s.l.a. who were ethnic furs ...wanted...restructuring and devolution of power for all sudanese...the j.e.m  was formed to push back against el bashir and in defiance to the african muslims removed from power...he replaced the former african muslim leaders with arabs who only sought to protect the nomadic ethnic arabs and muslim arabs and their interests...the j.e.m was a more rigorous attempt to regain some control of the government by the african muslims removed from power and went under a banner to restore a more equilibrium  of ethnicity to the government.

...to combat the rebel forces from the south of furs and african muslims...president bashir turned to mercenaries...or guerrillas called "janjaweed"...who were drawn from arab nomadic tribes...their leaders are emirs from the chad/sudan region...so called emirs...aye call them outright pompous genocidal executioners...their militias formed a fighting force of mercenary murderers, rapists, and pillagers...drunk with the desire of rapine...imbibed in blood.

their impetus was to displace the african tribes and take away their ancestral land...their homes...their livelihood...their plan was to relocate african ethnic groups from large areas of the region...redistribute their population...mainly in the vicinity of government-controlled towns where they could be in concentration camps...

chadian ethnic militias were also involved on both sides of the conflict...they are part of the janjaweed militia... cross-border incursions by sudaneze and allied chadian janjaweed militias intensified the torture in the first half of 2004.


the chad and sudan janjaweed began the holocaust in 2004...and plundered the region into a potable armeggedon of despair.

The chadian government and its leader... idriss deby , a zaghawa must tread lightly...it is engaged in a tenuous quatra-tante with sudans government who may just wish to let this crisis explode into a third world war with darfur as the battlefield...deby must appease the zaghawan community from darfur...which straddles the chad/sudan border AND brought him to power... deby must resolve his new ethnic african and ethnic zaghawan refugees from the darfur region and keep a watchful eye upon the chadian arab population...with its powerful chadian arab army who would like to gather up more land from the sudan region and use the darfur region for armament and staging to take over chad...


perhaps it is time for idriss deby and african union leaders to meet...

uganda and erteria need to be at the table...and a revitalized and aggressive african union force must have boots on the ground to quarantine the darfur region...

perhaps it is time for momar kadafi to come out of hiding...

one thing is for sure...bashir has got to go...the question is when..."once you begin digging mass graves...you have to go..."

this is up to the african union...the u.n. is ineffectual...oh, how history reciprocates...sad.

god knows americans are not going to want to lend military assistance...let's see if we can stand behind some aggressive diplomacy... global media attention...humanitarian assistance...and political peacemaking.

...many of us have become fat and stupid...isolationists...unif ormed uninformed...and peacecowards selling doves in God's house...aye will name none...but aye will kick over their chairs...


px.o.rsta.


4151 :-\

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General Off-Topic Board / .
« on: June 12, 2008, 12:27:19 AM »
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this is in response to my initial post...



so...since hiliary is not going to help obama with pa or florida that leaves three options...

a...gov. ed rendell...because lets face it...obam needs pa in his column...
b...richardson...he will help possibly with the west...and a peacemaker.
c...biden...he is from delaware...pa's neighbor...but he is old politico...like hiliary...only he had a small plagerism problem a few years ago...


aye think it will be rendell...unless richardson shaves off his beard. ;)


mccain will pick mr. ..........      ...........

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wrangler politique: the enigmatic "w"...george herbert walker bush's politics of defending the united states against "islamist 'crescenting' global guerrillas" with particular emphasis on taking offense against the terrorist tactics of islamist guerrilla leaders like osama bin laden and dr. ayman al zawahiri and other crescenting suicide bombers...utilizing language which put fear in the heart of these islamist radicals and placed a "don't tread on me" resolve to maintain the offensive fight against these enemies to keep america safe..."wrangler politique" was decisive in removing the murderous genocidal dictator saddam hussein to bring liberation to kurds and iraqis while placing a firm military presence in the middle east right in the heart of the tigris and euphrates with the idea that military strength and political negotiation in mesopoetamia will bring about political, humanitarian, and economic success in regard to united states interests in the middle east and other nations of the earth. Such strength did "wrangler politique" possess that a congress of democrat majority could not scratch, distract or detach "wrangler politique" policies resolve.


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