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    STOP WAR ON IRAQ!
    ISRAEL IS A THREAT NOT IRAQ!
    REVERSE ALLIANCES to make a peace with Arab World and Europe!
    ISRAEL POSESSES CHEMICAL and NUCLEAR WEAPONS OF MASS DISTRACTION!
    Death to Israel and SS Sharon!

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    STOP WAR ON IRAQ!
    ISRAEL IS A THREAT NOT IRAQ!
    REVERSE ALLIANCES to make a peace with Arab World and Europe!
    ISRAEL POSESSES CHEMICAL and NUCLEAR WEAPONS OF MASS DISTRACTION!
    Death to Israel and SS Sharon!

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    • #3
      Israel refuses admit UN inspectors to visit its nuclear and chemical plants.
      Israel openly threatened to use nuclear and chemical weapons of mass destruction against Arabic world.
      Total US aid for fascist state of Israel is 25 billions $ per year and there are no plans to cut it even when the whole US economy collapses.
      Americans will die in Iraq for Israel!
      Jewish lobby in Washington forces US soldiers to kill Iraqi civilians and die for Israel interest.

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      • #4
        Can't our fellow Americans see who the real threat/burdon/terrorist are?

        IT'S ISRAEL. DROP THEM AND THERE WON'T BE ANY MORE BOMBINGS!

        If they are still God's chosen people (yeah, right), he will surely help them.

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        • #5
          Couldn't agree more with you guys. Iraq and Sadam doesn't have the balls to even think about attacking our great country. They know that they will be wiped out if they dare to do someting stupid. It's Israel we are trying to defend and in my opinion, risking American lives to defend Israel is not worth it. Let them go and defend themselves. As far as $25 billion aid to Israel. I'm sure that money can be spend in America to make American's life better and safer. Our police, customs, border patrol agents etc, etc, can use a little pay raise and we can hire a lot more people to protect our borders and our great nation from our enemies.
          "GOD BLESS THE USA" and Israel can go to hell for all I care.

          Happy New year to all of you.

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          • #6
            Can you believe it - $25 billion to Israel? Why?

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            • #7
              Dear American....Jewish Lobby in this country controls our lives and our finances. They pretty much run this country. But unfortunately most of my fellow Americans don't care about it.

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              • #8
                For those who need details go here:

                www.whatreallyhappened.com

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                • #9
                  VERY INFORMATIVE WEB ISTE, I LIKED IN PARTICULAR THE ARTICLE ABOUT HOW THE JEWISH AIPAC IS HOLDING AMERICA BY ITS NECK THROUGH OWNING THE CONGRESS.

                  Some one should write about how the AIPAC tried to own the WHITE HOUSE through Monica Lewinsky!

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                  • #10
                    provokateurs?

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                    • #11
                      War with Iraq

                      is likely to result in the deaths of many thousands of innocent Iraqi civilians,


                      carries a high risk of the use of weapons of mass destruction and


                      will lead to substantial regional instability, and increased support for al-Qaida,
                      according to this new report, a detailed 10,000-word analysis by Professor Paul Rogers of Bradford University, one of the foremost authorities on international security and consultant to Oxford Research Group. Using the most up-to-date information on how the US might fight the war, and how the Saddam Hussein regime might respond, the report concludes that:

                      the regime will aim to draw the US forces into urban warfare in Baghdad. A civilian death toll of at least 10,000 is likely, three times as many as died in the 11 September attacks;


                      this is a low estimate, the experience of urban warfare in Beirut and elsewhere suggests even higher casualties;


                      evidence of Iraqi military tactics in 1991 shows that the survival of the regime is the core policy and that chemical and biological weapons are almost certain to be used, certainly against attacking troops and possibly against targets in neighbouring countries;


                      severe casualties arising to Iraqi use of chemical and biological weapons could result in a nuclear response - the first use of nuclear weapons since August 1945.
                      Even on the "best-case" outcome of regime destruction with minimal loss of life, the effect of replacing Saddam Hussein with a client regime would be deeply counterproductive.

                      A pro-American regime in Baghdad would be seen across the region as a puppet government through which the US seeks to control Iraq's oil, currently four times the size of total US oil reserves including Alaska.

                      This would be a "gift" to al-Qaida and other paramilitary groups who have longed claimed that the United States in the Gulf solely because of the region's oil reserves. Support for such groups would rise, with an increased risk of further paramilitary attacks on the US and other states involved in the war.

                      The report concludes that destroying the Iraqi regime by force is a highly dangerous venture and that alternative policies should be urgently developed.


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                      http://www.oxfordresearchgroup.org.uk/Iraqbriefing.pdf

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                      • #12
                        To All,

                        If you can talk the talk you should walk the walk.
                        Contact your congress man and express your concern about the danger of this stupid war.

                        Americans pay for this war by their lives and Isreal reaps the rewards. Way to go AIPAC!

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                        • #13
                          The fat cats of the oil and military industries should put on uniforms and go put their own asses on the line. They're the ones who want war. The American people are just being jerked around with all this "fighting terrorism" sloganeering. Iraq is not al Qaeda.

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                          • #14
                            By CALVIN WOODWARD, Associated Press Writer


                            WASHINGTON - Demonstrators are mobilizing in Washington and cities across the country for what they consider their last chance to speak as one great multitude against the gathering clouds of an Iraq war.

                            The weekend demonstrations coincide with America's military build-up overseas and a time of remembrance for the nonviolent struggle embodied by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Even as sailors ship out, protesters are packing Washington-bound buses and organizing local marches and vigils from Tampa, Fla., to San Francisco.

                            "We are attacking a poor country that has enough problems," said Al Svitesic, a retired pile driver and World War II veteran who will be rallying in Pittsburgh next week. "It is unjust."

                            The largest crowds are expected in the nation's capital, where President Bush and many in Congress are united on the move toward war and protest leaders hope they can draw tens of thousands, at least, to march in dissent.

                            "We've been working with protest groups; they've got permits for various locations, including marches, so we'll be ready for it," said Police Chief Charles H. Ramsey. "We don't anticipate any problems, although we do anticipate large crowds."

                            The organization International Answer planned the national rally Saturday in Washington and one in San Francisco, exhorting war opponents everywhere to "stop the Bush administration from threatening and killing the people of the world who are not our enemy."

                            The focus was on America's weapons of mass destruction, not the ones inspectors are looking for in Iraq in a possible prelude to conflict. In a prelude to the weekend protests, Los Angeles police arrested 17 people Thursday when they refused police orders to stop blocking a sidewalk during a downtown demonstration. Scores of protesters shouted "No blood for oil."

                            The sense that war is close, perhaps only weeks away, spurred the determination of many activists to get to Washington. This, despite a possible winter storm followed by a weekend of subfreezing temperatures in the capital.

                            Gerald Rudolph, director of a South Carolina group that sent one busload to the last large Washington rally, in October, said about twice as many people were going from his area.

                            "It's starting to reach visibility," he said of the anti-war movement. "Should we go to war, I think it'll just explode at that point." He leads the Carolina Peace Resource Center. Nearly 500 people from Wisconsin signed up for bus travel to Washington. So did several hundred from upstate New York. Ambitious weekend rallies are planned in Phoenix, in Portland, Ore., and in Tampa, where protesters plan to gather outside the headquarters of Central Command, the arm of the Pentagon that would direct the Iraq war. In Pittsburgh, activists are hoping to draw several thousand to Jan. 24-26 protests.

                            In San Francisco, the Internet-based group MoveOn.org released a TV commercial Thursday that depicts a girl plucking petals from a daisy and shows a nuclear mushroom cloud. The ad, being shown in 12 cities, recreates the ominous "Daisy" campaign commercial of 1964 that President Johnson used against Republican opponent Barry Goldwater. In a lighter but perhaps equally eye-popping tactic, protesters in the organization Baring Witness said they might take their clothes off and march down San Francisco's Market Street.

                            They specialize in naked resistance, having disrobed in various remote locations and forming to spell "peace" and "no war" and to depict the peace symbol. Organizers of the national rally invoked King, particularly his "Beyond Vietnam" speech of April 4, 1967, in the leadup to the long weekend marking the civil rights leader's birthday. In that speech, King said the war convinced him he could not speak against the violence coming from the ghettos "without having first spoken clearly to the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today "” my own government."

                            The national rally begins at 11 a.m. EST on the National Mall in view of Congress. Protesters will march to the Washington Naval Yard and demand the United States give up its most destructive weapons. Participants were invited to dress as weapons inspectors, although the question of what an inspector looks like was left to their imagination.

                            Organizers pledged a peaceful march Saturday; for Sunday, members of the group United for Peace called for a rally and march to the White House featuring "nonviolent civil disobedience." They did not elaborate but suggested they were willing to get arrested. Events will be policed by a force that has polished a kind of tough cop-charming cop routine, and has used flower power of its own. In major demonstrations in the past few years, local authorities have strictly and swiftly confined protesters to approved areas, not hesitating to arrest those who cross the lines. At the same time, they have talked early and often to protest leaders and made a show of chatting up demonstrators "” even giving them flowers before making a peaceful arrest.



                            http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmp...war_protests_4

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                            • #15
                              I told you, Americans are peace-loving people. May God protect America from all enemies foregion and domistic.

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