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Re: Another Danish? Noah's "I wonder what?"

UppityNegress ·
I suppose that argument would have some merit in Palestine, but that situation isn't comparable to what is happening in northern Europe. Muslims in Scandinavia especially are far from ocupied--hell, they willingly migrated there to escape the poverty and extremism of their own countries! Having lived in the area for a brief period, I can say that while there is racism (or perhaps more accurately, culturism) in places like Denmark and Sweden, the Muslims there are segregated from mainstream...
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Re: College "Education" Is BS

ZAKAR ·
If we as blacks supported our Black colleges more and pushed to change the dynamics and cirriculum of these institutions so that they designed to improve the conditions of the masses of black peopl we wouldnt be having this problem. Europeans are not gonna teach you have to beat them, or to challenge the status quo, so if you go to school expecting thats are really crazy. Basically they designed colleges to support the system not challenge it Imagine if black colleges taught about true...
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Re: Illegal Immigration

Empty Purnata ·
Yes, in Capitalist dictatorships like Singapore, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Saudia Arabia, Croatia and Cambodia. Zimbabwe is a proto-Fascist Neoliberal dictatorship BACKED BY THE US GOVERNMENT, I might add. Before you go on and on about dictatorships, go read up on your beloved gub'ment's relationship with them. Our military-industrial complex trained guerilla fighters on US military bases to murder Socialist leaders like Patrice Lumumba (in my avatar) and Kwame Nkrumah and supported...
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Re: Black Like GOP

telltruth ·
Here is one of your greatest Black leftwing liberals William Raspberry writing in one of the greatest leftwing newspapers the Washington Post on the subject of Black families www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/07/24/AR2005072401115.html Bill Cosby on the Black Family fatherhood.about.com/b/a/097326.htm I have respect for those kinds of people as long as they don't step on my toes. I see that you feel that those kinds of people have a right to equate their struggle with the...
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Re: Black Like GOP

Black Viking ·
Yes... I'm quite familiar with the reasons for the U.S. being in the "War of Terror". Now, please answer my question... Who attacked us?
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Re: A War For Oil? - Friedman

MBM ·
So, who was the greater terrorist threat, Iraq or Saudi Arabia? Let's see, where's Osama Bin Laden from? Where were most of the 9/11 terrorists from? Bush holds hands with SA yet overruns a country that we have been "patrolling" and "inspecting" since 1991? Huh? Why is it that apparently you can only connect Iraqi dots? There has always been far greater evidence about Saudi complicity in violence and terrorism than an emasculated Iraq. Thank you for clarifying the finer points of the Bush...
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Re: A War For Oil? - Friedman

sergeant ·
"who was the greater terrorist threat, Iraq or Saudi Arabia" Saudi government was and is not believed to be stockpiling chem, bio, or nuke agents, nor producing long range missles, now are they. The Saudi government has not invaded its neighbor nations, nor has there been 12 years and 19 UN resolutions against the Saudi government. Its the WEAPONS and the ACTIONS that were the danger, terrorists without lethal weapons are pimples on the world's ass. Its hardly even comparable mbm. But I...
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Re: A Candid Conversation About Color

Afroman ·
Henry, it certainly wasn't my intention to overwhelm members with my posts ! From now, on I'll make sure to spread the knowledge. ONE AFRIKAN LOVE!! Now that is a true statement! Dark skinned blacks in Latin America are among the MOST oppressed people on earth today! Color discrimination against the very dark skinned folks in Latin America is no different from what it was in South Africa...It is well known and depressing how the AFRO-Brazilians and Negroid black children in some Spanish...
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Re: Clark Enters Race

Vox ·
OK, here's the whole article. Understand, I never wanted an "anti-war" candidate. I knew this guy was no "dove;" he was a guy who would have no qualms about war if it was necessary. I didn't want somebody who was anti-war, just somebody who was anti-the Iraq war. But this article makes it clear that he wasn't exactly anti-the-war, or anti-Bush, right after Baghdad fell. I have to thank Yssys for this , but man, I have to admit I'm extremely disappointed. I thought he was the real deal, but...
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Re: Have we forgotten the Australian Aborigine.

henry38 ·
I see. The only difference is if we go with your original post the link between Africans and blacks across the Atlantic is very clear, very recent and traceable. Africa is the motherland of all black people across the Atlantic and every black person across the Atlantic was stolen from the motherland, this means the two peoples are blood relatives. This also means all the wealth and riches of Africa still belong to these ones as well as to the Africans. On the other hand any link between...
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Re: Bush and Cos.' Real Objectives

MBM ·
What I don't understand is why America has given Bush a pass on some of the shady stuff that's gone on since 9/11? When our airways were closed just after 9/11, why were the Bin Ladens allowed to round up their folks around the country and fly back to Saudi Arabia? Now that's not some conspiracy shit, that's fact - reported in the press and then dropped. Why? Shouldn't the American people better understand why that was allowed to happen? Obviously that had to be the president's call. Why did...
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Re: Terrorists = Black Men

Les Apt ·
Is Saudi Arabia still giving Americans $50,000 to convert to Islam? Is Saudi Arabia still trying to convert incarcerated Americans to Islam, then giving them a living stipend upon their release from said incarceration?
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Re: Origin of the bible

Melesi ·
Puppetess, How nice of you to drop by. The fact that you don't know what or who I am still really bothers you, doesn't it? Because you don't have a "handle" on what I look like--and thus you cannot attack me based on that--you simply shotgun your insults around hoping to hit something. Well, you're wrong again, as usual. Don't let that stop you from foaming, however. You're rather like a rabid-animal petting zoo. Keep it up. I have never said that "all black scholars are liars but all proven...
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Re: MY Way or Hell!

shebakoby ·
They are indeed too contradictory for them ALL to be right. The issue then is what is the true source, based on the teachings therein. Muhammed copied a great deal from Judaism, tacking aspects of it onto his own deity Allah-Akbar, who happened to be the favorite pagan deity of his clan. Akbar refers to the Moon god that was worshipped in pagan Arabia. Joseph Smith claimed to have seen an angel that gave him the extension known as "the Book Of Mormon". Notwithstanding that nothing in the...
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Re: What Is The African American Ethnicity?

James Wesley Chester ·
JWC, Two questions. (1) Is there any evidence that Teresa Heinz-Kerry has actually referred to herself as either an African American or an African-American, as opposed to, say, a South African American? Or is this something that was thought up by some pundant during the past election?---ricardomath Teresa Heinz-Kerry spoke the words identifying herself as African-American. I believe John Kerry did as well though I won't swear to it. I won't pickup the words of a 'pundit', because they...
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Re: What Is The African American Ethnicity?

ricardomath ·
I tried typing "Irish-American" and "Irish American" (with the quotes in both cases) into google, and got what appears to be exactly the same list of 461,000 hits in both cases. I had hoped that the search engine would distinguish, but alas, it doesn't. Oh, well... Clicking randomly on the websites, I found both "Irish American" and "Irish-American", in roughly equal numbers, with perhaps a slight lead for "Irish American". Not only did the usage depend upon which website was clicked on, it...
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Re: Perverted Trends of Gangster / Criminal Lifestyles are Ravaging Black Culture...

Oshun Auset ·
Thanks for the compliment but I don't understand your point. Yes, the 'Arab' ethnic group and Arabic language came out of Africa....All humanity did...not to be flippant, but so what? During the Arab development in Arabia and Southwest Asia(the middle east) they had a harsher climate and their religion, which is inseperable and nothing but an expression of their culture became warlike and hostile/patriarchial as a result when compared to the cultures and people that continued to deveop on...
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Re: Slavery profits are aim of bill

Michael ·
************** SLAVERY REPARATIONS: A MISGUIDED MOVEMENT SLAVERY REPARATIONS: A MISGUIDED MOVEMENT Professor Peter H. Schuck Yale Law School JURIST Guest Columnist Let us stipulate -- because it is manifestly true -- that American slavery was a horrendous crime and a moral abomination. Let us further stipulate that this crime had countless victims and that their descendants still experience adverse effects today, seven generations later. Finally, stipulate that our society subscribes to an...
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Re: Ideal reparations.

Michael ·
SLAVERY REPARATIONS: A MISGUIDED MOVEMENT SLAVERY REPARATIONS: A MISGUIDED MOVEMENT Professor Peter H. Schuck Yale Law School JURIST Guest Columnist Let us stipulate -- because it is manifestly true -- that American slavery was a horrendous crime and a moral abomination. Let us further stipulate that this crime had countless victims and that their descendants still experience adverse effects today, seven generations later. Finally, stipulate that our society subscribes to an ideal of...
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Re: Ideal reparations.

Michael ·
Hello Frenchy, Indeed, this is true. Felons lose many rights that the law abiding citizen take for granted. Although this reference is for Florida, many of the same issues are also exist in every state! "Well look who it is, 'ghostwhitey'. and still playin that 'some of my best friends are black' act and thinking you tight with 'the brothers'. Betcha you the guy who tells all his white friends he's more of a 'black' expert than they are." by sergeant .....and sergeant's analysis is very real...
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Re: THEY HAVE A VERDICT!!!

Michael ·
...in any other community but the Black community, disgraceful, incompetent, criminal, treasonous, un-American, etc., elected officials are recalled, impeached, criminally indicted, exposed, etc., etc. If left up to the Black community misfits are kept in office! demographic changes will eventually take care of this problem. ....and all elected officials are not corrupt, sleazy, unethical, etc., etc. Forget the media, what are the men and women in uniform saying? ...Thus far President George...
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Re: You're part of the problem!

Michael ·
"You're either part of the solution or part of the problem. Why is it that so few of "us" get involved in volunteering, politics or anything that makes a difference. You can't complain about Bush if you didn't vote." by Warren I don't condemn the Bush Administration, because the Bush Administration is not responsible for the demise of the Black community. Furthermore, President George Bush, and the Bush Administration are making the world a safer place for people from all walks of life!
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Re: Boycott Davinci!:Catholics Shake In Their Boots At The Thought of People Doubting The Sanctity of Christ

Empty Purnata ·
You're right, I was pissed off that they made Mary Magdalene seem White. How would she just so easily fit into France in the 1st century AD? Was there any place of world significance in France to go to in the 1st century AD? The only people in France at the time were the Gauls, the Franks, some Teutonic tribes and the Romans. Paris was nothing more than a large tribal village at that time. They also claimed she had an Egyptian slave. Yeah, sure. Why would a dirt-poor Israelite have an...
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Re: Boycott Davinci!:Catholics Shake In Their Boots At The Thought of People Doubting The Sanctity of Christ

kresge ·
It really is much ado about nothing, IMHO. One point, however, Mary the Magdalene was not poor. Though tradition has conflated her with another woman that appears in the gospels as being a prostitute, Magdalene may well have been a woman of means. She is referred to in the canonical gospel of Luke as someone who contributed to Jesus ministry. The fact that she is not identified, as other women, by her relation to a man as opposed to her town, may also suggest her status. There were women in...
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Re: Boycott Davinci!:Catholics Shake In Their Boots At The Thought of People Doubting The Sanctity of Christ

Fine ·
Wow, the first miracle of AA.org -- I actually agree with what your reply, kresge! [quote]Kresge--If Mary Magdalene did have a child by Jesus, it's more likely that she would have either stayed in Palestine, or if she did leave she would have more likely traveled to Egypt or Kush (both had major cities of world importance), or possibly Arabia.[/kresge] True. Cultural groups tend to blend and re-blend with those who carry their same 'identical badge of distinction.' ---- but, My own research...
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Re: Are Liberals Really All That Different From Conservatives?

Black Viking ·
For the most part, I agree with this. But... I agree. Absolutely not true. Wars cost oil HB. Something has to power the war machine, and they're definitely not using ethanol. The global economy is is still expanding, which as you said, is demanding more oil. This factor existing without a war going on would have us seeing a drastic difference in the cost of oil. If we weren't using oil to power the war machine, and Iraq was still producing oil to sell to Europe, our consumption would be much...
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Re: The True History of Malcolm X & the NOI

ZAKAR ·
Two white people produce a "black" child in the same fashion that two Black people produce a "white" child. Albinism is a pigment defect, as is Nelson's Syndrome. For the former, the body doesn't produce pigment, creating a colorless person who may have otherwise been jet black. For the latter, hyperpigmentation can make the afflicted individual significantly darker than they would otherwise be. Think of them as opposites. The most prominent real-life case of this is Sandra Liang, whose...
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Re: 9/11 in the Quran !!

Naf ·
"This is the biggest misconception in Islam, no doubt resulting from the constant stereofyping and bashing the media gives Islam" - LaToya Why doesn't the media stereotype Hindus, Shintos, Buddhists, Atheists, Christians...as violent ? Why is it just Islam ? How many Hindus have hijacked an aircraft and flown it into a skyscraper...while invoking Hindu deities..like Muslims shout "Allahu Akbar" ? How many Buddhists have strapped bombs on children to detonate among innocent civillians...while...
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Re: 9/11 in the Quran !!

LaToya ·
LOL...too long to read...but suit yourself.
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Re: Uniting With White People......To Discriminate Against Someone Else

StaryeYenightess ·
We never united with White before. Unless they were Jewish. Which most White Democrat literals seem to be. I think we have our own issues with Arabs. Look at Africa. They done a lot of damage before Whites even sound out Africa existed. Look at al the Black Slaves in Saudi Arabia. They got Millions of African slaves. Especially Women. Who are sold into sex slavery around the world.
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Re: Uniting With White People......To Discriminate Against Someone Else

Empty Purnata ·
Huh? First of all, how do you figure most White Liberal Democrats are of Ashkenazim descent? Second, Black Americans have united with Whites before, during the Civil Rights Movement. Don't get me wrong, I'm not opposed to uniting with White Americans who support the Black Liberation and anti-racist cause. I'm opposed to uniting with White Americans to discriminate against other people. Yes, the Ottoman Empire (not Arabs necessarily) did have a state of imperialism in Africa (mostly North...
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Re: Uniting With White People......To Discriminate Against Someone Else

StaryeYenightess ·
Really Empty Purnata. Tell that to all the African sex slaves in Arabia. They would be happy to hear that. Make sure your not caught and sold into slavery yourslfe.
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Re: Is there a Possible Connection ...

StaryeYenightess ·
They raised the prices so Americans could keep their minds off the war. And focus on gas prices instead. Then the media made up a story saying the reason why gas prices were so high. Is because Iraqi extremist were blowing up the main pipelines in Iraq. That supply America with rich gas. That way the war in Iraq could keep going. So America can save the people of iraq and our main pipelines. Which are main pipelines aren't in Iraq. But are in Saudi Arabia. So no full blame on Alaskan...
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Re: Israel = Jewish Reparations?

Popcorn ·
JWC, Yes, there always is. Who really knows what went on in all those small, windowless offices between those Imperialist European diplomats. Politics is such a dirty game that good folks, the ones who really can imagine a better world, don't want to get involved. They don't want to get all covered with filth. But they're going to have to, or this may well be the "terminal phase of human existence" as Noam Chomsky says it is. This is a little off-topic, but here is yet another agreement the...
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Re: Does "American" = White?

peopleofcolor ·
Whites depended on the Naturalization Act of 1790, to make all European immigrants eligible for nearly automatic citizenship, with rights above all persons of color. Whites depended on land giveaways like the Homestead Act, and housing subsidies that were essentially white-only for many years, like FHA and VA loans. Even the GI Bill was largely for whites only, and all of these government-sponsored efforts were instrumental in creating the white middle class. But it goes deeper than that.
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Re: Armstrong Williams Payments...

Kevin41 ·
Kashir 8 said it best....f-k him and the rest.....even the ones in here....since they are too dumb to even answer a qustion directly....why even waste time talking to them....speaking of house negroes....check this out: Under Rice, Powell's Policies Are Reborn By Paul Richter Times Staff Writer October 11, 2005 WASHINGTON "” For four years, Secretary of State Colin L. Powell and his team faced off against administration hawks on one foreign policy issue after another, and usually went down...
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Re: Stanley "Tookie" Williams

Empty Purnata ·
I wish America did things out of a humanitarian reason, but I have yet to see that. Let me give a couple of examples: 1) In the late 1970's, Afghanistan was a destablized state that was run by terrorists and often sent terror groups into Central Asia and Russia (Soviet Union) to commit terror attacks. Russia got sick of Russian citizens being kidnapped and killed by religious extremists and sent troops into Afghanistan in 1980 to sqaush the organizations. President Ronald Reagan took...
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Re: TRUTH ABOUT RACE (A MUST READ)

Butterfly ·
*Shakes head* This is why I don't like some Afrocentrics, do we really need this,No!
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Re: 2000 FACES

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
Pace: You are either a THIEF or LIAR. You are a "Thief" in that you make note of the foreign policy of this country YET you continue to co-conspire with those who are bringing home the bounty from these foreign shores. NOW THAT YOU KNOW what is happening around the world WHY HAVEN'T YOU CULLED your standard of living, not depending on this STOLEN MERCHANDISE to live as you do? Certainly there are people in Guatemala and the Sudan who don't make use of oil as you do yet still manage to...
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Re: 2000 FACES

Pace Tua ·
CF, I'm really hurt. Have you considered an anger management workshop? Okie, dokie... I'll try to go were no man (or women) has dared to go before me. Or maybe they have but are now making doorknobs in some mental institution somewhere. Pleeeeeeeeeeeeze, at least get you facts right. Here are the top five exporters of petroleum to the US for the year 2004: 1. Canada - 1,616 thousand/barrels per day 2. Mexico – 1,598 3. Saudi Arabia – 1,495 4. Venezuela - 1,297 5. Nigeria - 1,078 So you see,...
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Re: Should we stay or go

Isome ·
We should go!!! Go!!! Go!!! Western countries created the mess that is Iraq, beginning around 1914. The former Ottoman states (Wilayat) of Mosul, Baghdad, and Al Basrah (now called Iraq) are three disparate areas that were placed under the rule of Hashimite King Faisal (imported for his Western friendliness), from the Hijaz region of Arabia after being induced to fight on the side of the British against the Turks for the reward of sovereignty. Besides the geographical differences, the newly...
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Re: Bush Planned to Bomb Media Outlet

Michael ·
The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com Spinning victory down By Mark Steyn, Published December 5, 2005 Sen. Joe Lieberman, Connecticut Democrat, came out with a big statement on Iraq last week. Did you hear about it? Probably not. Everyone was still raving about his fellow Democrat, Pennsylvania Rep. Jack Murtha, whose carefully nuanced position on Iraq is: We're all doomed unless we pull out by next Tuesday. (I quote from memory.) Also the U.S. Army is "broken," "worn out" and...
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Re: Iran leader: Move Israel to Europe

Empty Purnata ·
Actually, the term "Jew" came into existence after the Babylonian Exile around 480 BCE. Before that, they were called Hebrews ( Habiru in Aramaic). The Habirus were 12 Semitic tribes (not Black, but not White either, they were the cousins of the Arabs in Arabia) that came together under the ruling Tribal House of Judah. "Israel" was called "Judah" for most of it's existence, and was divided into 15 territories in the Nation of Judah. The original Habirus/Hebrews were NOT monotheists, they...
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Re: Roots Of Lawlessness: Creation of Gang Culture

ZAKAR ·
Brother , one fact we have to accept. White Supremacy is alive and well. Out of all the placess in the world that are i despair we gonna take freedom to Iraq, what about Rwanda, Sudan, its a joke peroid. Everyone knows Iraq has been bottled up since the first invaision. and now we trying Sadaam for crimes we sanctioned. In the 80's we gave him gas, we supplied him with weapons, know he is a Tyrannt.I was watching C-Span one day and a brother from the continent confronted the Two white...
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Re: Separation Between Church and State: Bologne!

Black Viking ·
When I say your flag, I mean if you're an American citizen then the flag belongs as much to you as it does to any other citizen. That's why I have no problem with citizens burning the flag. That's irrelevent. You won't find me burning the flag of Saudi Arabia, regardless of how that country has negatively impacted my life. I wouldn't burn another country's flag for any reason. Therefore, no one from that country is going to burn my flag in my presence without a fight. It is not their's to do...
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Re: Separation Between Church and State: Bologne!

ricardomath ·
If they bought and paid for it, it's theirs. They have the recipt.
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Re: Separation Between Church and State: Bologne!

Black Viking ·
I'm not going to argue this with you Ricardo. Like I said in the beginning, most people don't see it the way I do.
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Re: Zionism

Ras ·
I have been to Kenya, Ethiopia, Israel, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Canada, England, and Germany for your information.. So, I'm not just some ignorant American. I also have a BA in economics, and I'm a certified PMP. I have 15 years of Project Management experience and I work for a fortune 25 company which affords me to travel around the world.. I speak 2 languages, and learning a third one. So, please stop treating me like I'm dumb.. And I'm not Jewish.. I was born a Christian, but I am now an...
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Re: Zionism

xxGAMBITxx ·
Impressive. Add on about 72 more countries and you'll reach my status. I too have a BA in Economics and working on my Masters. 15 years of career military (and counting) actually interacting with the citizens of other countries and TALKING with them. Speak 5 languages and can reasonably get by in 3 others. Then the trump card, I actually also studied history and world events. Well, I might engender a little respect for you after all. Theres a spark of hope for you..... Respect is slightly...
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Re: Free movie that must be seen immediatly: "Loose Change"

Fine ·
I had a co-worker to burn me a copy (2nd Edition). Every AmeriKKKan home should own a copy. ----------------------------- A few points to ponder: Q. Can 200,000 tons of steel + 400,000 cubic squares of concrete + 103 elevators + 43,603 windows + 60,000 tons of coolant equipment and a 360 foot television antennae + 7 cores of 87X 133 ft (each core comprising 37 boxed columns at 36X16 inches thick) be destroyed by 2 planes carrying 10,000 pounds of jet fuel? A. Not a snowballs chance in hades.
 
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