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Miky

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Mar 30, 2003, 6:52:09 AM3/30/03
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Is it possible that you misjudge Iraqi defence?

Didn't you learn anything from your past experience?

Why are you so unable to do a real war?

You are good only at firing your missiles but I guess you don't have enough
brain to plan a real war.

And I'm really sad about it. It will cost at least a lot of human life. But
the risk of international problems is really present. And the responsibility
is all YOURS.


Saddam_ized

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Mar 30, 2003, 6:55:32 AM3/30/03
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LEARN to type correctly Hadji - we will conduct the war on OUR terms not
yours. You are obviously one of the terrorists.


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Heinz der Arier

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Mar 30, 2003, 7:02:46 AM3/30/03
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the cowboys proved in history that they think that they are superior but
that reality proofs the contrary.
vietnam: touring the jungle hitting mines included etc.using b 52 against
defenseless people etc.etc.
they cannot be considered a civilized nation and must therefore be isolated
by the rest of the wold
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Kemal

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Mar 30, 2003, 7:25:41 AM3/30/03
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On Sun, 30 Mar 2003 11:52:09 GMT, "Miky" <-@-.-> wrote:

:Is it possible that you misjudge Iraqi defence?


:
:Didn't you learn anything from your past experience?


That is the business for them ! Some of their people should fight to
earn money, to take a salary , some of them are working in war
industry ! That is usual for them, some of them die to rise American
terrorist economy up . It is not important some of them die, as they
say, the American soldiers die for terrorist America!

Saying that the war expences will be approximately 100 Million US, and
will be paid by Iraqi oil. That means they are killing Iraqi people ,
invading and destroying their country and taking money for it. To me,
they are making business with their shit freedom . Now American food
companies are trying to make deal on `oil-for food` projects. Who
will restore the oil fields ? Of course US terrorist companies . Big
money !

American people are going to be really free when they will able to
stop this kind of aggressions and send to court their terrorist
government .

Kemal


:Why are you so unable to do a real war?


:
:You are good only at firing your missiles but I guess you don't have enough
:brain to plan a real war.
:
:And I'm really sad about it. It will cost at least a lot of human life. But
:the risk of international problems is really present. And the responsibility
:is all YOURS.

:

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The West won the world not by the superiority of
its ideas or values or religion but rather by its
superiority in applying organized violence.
Westerners often forget this fact,
non-Westerners never do."

Samuel P. Huntington
====================================================

Ramon Flores

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Mar 30, 2003, 8:15:58 AM3/30/03
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You have had your head up your ass so long, that your prospective of
freedeom is smells.
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Persian Poet

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Mar 30, 2003, 8:23:31 AM3/30/03
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My only regret.......is that I don't get to write on each bomb being
dropped..."WITH LOVE FROM IRAN"

allah willing, may one million super bombs be dropped on eye-rak, one for
each and every Iranian the iraqis have to date killed, maimed or injured.

PoetaPersa


Asghar Akbari

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Mar 30, 2003, 11:58:26 AM3/30/03
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Kemal,

Maybe Saddam goons have "talked freedom" to you too much and you have
developed a taste for their
kind of "freedom". Anyway you can always go live in San Francisco.

--
Asghar Akbari " Quaecomque Sunt Vera"

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Kemal

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Mar 30, 2003, 12:00:48 PM3/30/03
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On Sun, 30 Mar 2003 07:15:58 -0600, "Ramon Flores"
<rayf...@skypoint.com> wrote:

:You have had your head up your ass so long, that your prospective of
:freedeom is smells.

American people are going to be really free when they will able to


stop this kind of aggressions and send to court their terrorist
government .

Bon appetit !

Kemal

Kemal

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Mar 30, 2003, 12:15:54 PM3/30/03
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On Sun, 30 Mar 2003 16:58:26 GMT, "Asghar Akbari"
<asgharak...@yahoo.com> wrote:


:Kemal,


:
: Maybe Saddam goons have "talked freedom" to you too much and you have
:developed a taste for their
: kind of "freedom". Anyway you can always go live in San Francisco.

Akbari !

When did I say Saddam give freedom to Iraqi people ? Even US cannot ?
They can give freedom to eat terrorist hamburgers at McDonalds`s . Go
and have a lunch in MD in San Fransisko ! I believe that Iraqi people
can defeat the invaders first and then Saddam ! That is the plan !

Kemal

Alessandro Riolo

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Mar 30, 2003, 1:32:40 PM3/30/03
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Kemal, from <ke...@kemal.org>,
in <news:uc9e8v8cglhqpqvu6...@4ax.com> wrote:

> The West won the world not by the superiority of
> its ideas or values or religion but rather by its
> superiority in applying organized violence.
> Westerners often forget this fact,
> non-Westerners never do."
>
> Samuel P. Huntington

I noticed your signature time ago, and since then I was wishing to ask you
something: do you know some centuries ago a Venetian ambassador used pretty
similar words to describe why the Ottoman Empire was continuosly defeating
the army of the other countries?

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Alessandro Riolo

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Mar 30, 2003, 1:33:29 PM3/30/03
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Kemal, from <ke...@kemal.org>,
in <news:alnd8v44chmqe7e48...@4ax.com> wrote:

> Saying that the war expences will be approximately 100 Million US,
> and will be paid by Iraqi oil.

Billion, not Million ;-)

Kemal

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Mar 31, 2003, 10:35:53 AM3/31/03
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On Sun, 30 Mar 2003 20:32:40 +0200, "Alessandro Riolo"
<alessand...@sen.it> wrote:

What did he say ?

Kemal

:Kemal, from <ke...@kemal.org>,


:in <news:uc9e8v8cglhqpqvu6...@4ax.com> wrote:
:
:> The West won the world not by the superiority of
:> its ideas or values or religion but rather by its
:> superiority in applying organized violence.
:> Westerners often forget this fact,
:> non-Westerners never do."
:>
:> Samuel P. Huntington
:
:I noticed your signature time ago, and since then I was wishing to ask you
:something: do you know some centuries ago a Venetian ambassador used pretty
:similar words to describe why the Ottoman Empire was continuosly defeating
:the army of the other countries?

==================================================


The West won the world not by the superiority of
its ideas or values or religion but rather by its
superiority in applying organized violence.
Westerners often forget this fact,
non-Westerners never do."

Samuel P. Huntington
====================================================

Kemal

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Mar 31, 2003, 10:36:05 AM3/31/03
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On Sun, 30 Mar 2003 20:33:29 +0200, "Alessandro Riolo"
<alessand...@sen.it> wrote:

:
:Kemal, from <ke...@kemal.org>,


:in <news:alnd8v44chmqe7e48...@4ax.com> wrote:
:
:> Saying that the war expences will be approximately 100 Million US,
:> and will be paid by Iraqi oil.
:
:Billion, not Million ;-)

Right ! Thanks..

Kemal

Alessandro Riolo

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Mar 31, 2003, 1:32:14 PM3/31/03
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Kemal, from <ke...@kemal.org>,
in news:r1og8v83t8racoed0...@4ax.com

about a Venetian ambassador wrote:

> What did he say ?

I was thinking I read that quote in a book of Bernard Lewis, but it is not
so. When I will remember the source (now I am thinking the best bet is a
book of a Greek professor, I guess Stavropoulos) I will post the exact
sentence.

t c

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Mar 31, 2003, 2:33:00 PM3/31/03
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Some rebuilding costs will be from Iraqi oil, estimated cost to the US
taxpayers is $100B-$400B (I guess the difference is how much they give to
their past and future employers).
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Alessandro Riolo

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Mar 31, 2003, 8:48:39 PM3/31/03
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t c, from <tctu...@earthlink.net>,
in <news:MJ0ia.1486$ey1.1...@newsread1.prod.itd.earthlink.net> wrote:

> Some rebuilding costs will be from Iraqi oil, estimated cost

> to the *US taxpayers* is $100B-$400B (I guess the difference


> is how much they give to their past and future employers).

The US taxpayers have everything to gain from preemptive acts against
switching moves from UDS to Euro. If they could not stop that trend, they
would have to pay *hugely* more than just 400B of USD.

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Operation TP for My People

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Mar 31, 2003, 10:25:03 PM3/31/03
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Alessandro Riolo wrote:

>
> t c, from <tctu...@earthlink.net>,
> in <news:MJ0ia.1486$ey1.1...@newsread1.prod.itd.earthlink.net> wrote:
>
>> Some rebuilding costs will be from Iraqi oil, estimated cost
>> to the *US taxpayers* is $100B-$400B (I guess the difference
>> is how much they give to their past and future employers).
>
> The US taxpayers have everything to gain from preemptive acts against
> switching moves from UDS to Euro. If they could not stop that trend, they
> would have to pay *hugely* more than just 400B of USD.
>

Very true!

Peter Kauffner

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Mar 31, 2003, 10:12:48 PM3/31/03
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Saddam is almost certainly dead and both of his sons seem to have
dissappeared as well. The U.S. has just completed the most rapid
advance in military history, faster than Britain's famed Seine to
Brussels march in WWII. Iraqi farmers are bringing food to feed
hungry U.S. marines. So far, US has had only about half as many
casualies as it did in 1991. Turkey's last minute reversal on troop
deployment left us a bit short handed, but Iraqi resistance has been
little better than sporadic.

"Miky" <-@-.-> wrote in message news:<JTAha.42526$i26.1...@news2.tin.it>...

> And I'm really sad about it. It will cost at least a lot of human life. But
> the risk of international problems is really present. And the responsibility
> is all YOURS.

The responsibility is all Saddam's. He started this war by sponsoring
terrorism against the United States, by defying binding UNSC
resolutions, and by violating the 1991 ceasefire agreement.

Kemal

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Apr 1, 2003, 8:11:33 AM4/1/03
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On 31 Mar 2003 19:12:48 -0800, kauf...@bigfoot.com (Peter Kauffner)
wrote:

:Saddam is almost certainly dead and both of his sons seem to have


:dissappeared as well. The U.S. has just completed the most rapid
:advance in military history, faster than Britain's famed Seine to
:Brussels march in WWII. Iraqi farmers are bringing food to feed
:hungry U.S. marines. So far, US has had only about half as many

Do you know about Gallipoli where the Anzacs were defeated by the
Ottoman Army ? In this battle there were some cases , Ottomans were
giving Anzacs drinkable water , because the people on these lands
respect even enemies. They were saying : `they came to our land to
die, we respect them` ! That is the tradition of the eastern nations .
Difference , right ?

Kemal

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him who denies; since, by the nature of things,
he who denies a fact cannot produce any proof.

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