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Edmund Onward James





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PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2011 2:15 pm    Post subject: Gaddafi has a split personality both evil. Reply with quote

Conrad Black called Gaddafi a psychotic transvestite. He may have something there.

http://onwardjames.blogspot.co.....-evil.html
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 03, 2011 11:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well the mad man is now bombing his people. Were are all the leftards now.
Why are they not out in the streets demanding he be removed.

Oh sorry for got they only protest against western democracies... my bad
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 03, 2011 3:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Did you notice the gas prices today 122.3 where I purchased. And it will keep rising as long as we allow the Middle East, OPEC and, the Seven Sisters (the 7 large oil companies) to manipulate us. Of course, govenements do not mind the price because they get taxes.

Competition lowers prices, one would think, but we are dealing with an unrenewable commodity, there is just so much fossil fuel. Enough for several generations if the leaders would work with the fuel companies to expand and not rely on the Arabs.

One bomb is dropped in Libya and the futures market goes bananas, which trickles down immediately to our pocket books.

Frankly, though I am conservative and a quasi-entrepreneur, nobody is paying me to write my novels, I think maybe they should freeze gas prices during a war. Or get the Arabs to pay for our damn efforts. Wait till it goes over $4.00 in America. But Obummer doesn't give a damn. He probably thinks people will rsuh out to buy electric. I wonder where George Sorso is investing or shorting? Does O-bam-bam get a share? How foolish of me, of course he does, donations and economic advice for the New World Order.

"So if an Administration wanted to keep gas prices down, they could have mitigated increased oil demand by increasing domestic oil production. But that is not what the Obama Administration has done. Instead of increasing domestic oil supplies, the Obama Administration has cut them at every opportunity, and Americans are now suffering because of those choices." The Heritage Foundation

So what about Canada?

Gaddafi bombs oil areas, faces crimes probe
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/201.....a_protests


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2011 6:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fierce Battle for Zawiyah, Libya
http://video.foxnews.com/v/4573583
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

And in the news Gaddafi said there isn't a big problem in Libya. It's exaggerated.

So I suppose the UN bought that, and are taking their time with Peacekeepers.

This time it should be all the countries who buy oil from Libya.

Following is a brief report by one of my favourite talk radio hosts John Batchelor 770 AM New York http://johnbatchelorshow.com

What's Next for Libya? John Batchelor
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....dded#at=52

Stratfor Middle East Unrest: Full Coverage
http://www.stratfor.com/theme/.....l-coverage

Then there is House of Saud, the most manipulative other than the Egyptians. Saudi Wahhabism is one of most vile religious sects. And, of course there is the deceptive Mulsim Brotherhood started in Egypt.

Ultimately, the Saudis would like to be able to engage in social reforms because they see them as strengthening the hand of the kingdom. The problem with social reforms is that it pits a variety of forces against one another. The conservatives, who been a key pillar of stability within the kingdom, oppose any reforms that open up society and the reformers, on the other hand, are pressing for it. Meanwhile, in between you have the Shiite minority that is trying to enhance its status within the kingdom, and then of course the Saudis are concerned that any reforms should not allow Iran to exploit the situation to its advantage.

"History teaches that dangers are never greater than when empires break up." Margaret Thatcher
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 6:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Kudlow Report on Oil and Libya
http://johnbatchelorshow.com/j.....ly-no-use/
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 12, 2011 11:03 am    Post subject: Rex Murphy comments about Gaddafi Reply with quote

I am not sure where Murphy stands at times, he seems to be a centrist. But he works for the CBC and writes for the National Post rather than The Star (a rag) and The Globe and Mail (not far from that). However, Murphy made a spot on comment about Gaddafi and IAW.

Furthermore, I have read a few chapters of "Known and Unkown" by Donald Rumsfeld who I have great respect for.

Where's the Gadaffi Apartheid Week? - Rex Murphy

I've been reading Donald Rumsfeld's memoirs, Known and Unknown, and a real treat it is. It isn't often we get to view the distilled reflections of a man of high intelligence, deep patriotism and full maturity. The book reveals that the former U.S. defense secretary has a brave mind - by which I mean, in this context, a genuine openness to the possibilities of his being wrong. Rumsfeld tests his own biases as much as he tests those of others.

Reading Rumsfeld had a secondary benefit in that, for me at least, it sharpened and refreshed memories of certain events that had lost the force of their importance over time. For example, in giving an account of Iraq under Saddam Hussein, Rumsfeld reminds his readers of the dictator's brutal and environmentally criminal dealings with those Iraqis known as the marsh Arabs. It's incredible when you stop and give thought to it, but Saddam actually drained Iraq's historic marshes as an act of vengeance and terror, and pursued the 300,000 Arabs who for centuries have inhabited them with all the frenzy and violence that marked every campaign against his enemies.

It was a vast human rights crime. It was also an act of horrendous violence against a unique natural landscape, the kind of "environmental crime" that -had it been perpetrated by some Western oil company -would have set ecologists and NGOs into incandescent rage.

But while it is not true to say the world glided by the plight of the marsh Arabs entirely, or that people did not feel a revulsion at Hussein's brutalities while they were in progress, it is true that in some horrible sense many in the West gave it something of a pass. Perhaps the feeling was that this was "normal" for Hussein -just one more outrage from a sadistic dictator.

I pluck this example from my reading of Rumsfeld for the very particular reason that in Canada (and elsewhere) we have been in the midst of the ludicrous and mendaciously named Israeli Apartheid Week.

IAW -as, alas, most know -is the annual festival of scorn and propaganda against the world's only Jewish state, an annual attempt to depict Israel as being in the same moral sewer as South Africa in the days of apartheid.

IAW tries to do much with big words like apartheid and genocide and racism, where they really do not apply at all. Israel is not perpetrating a genocide against the Palestinians. Nor is Israel a racist state.

Yet in cases where some of those big words might actually have applied -such as Hussein and the marsh Arabs, which is why I summoned the example -these campus activists forwent anything like a campaign equivalent to their tireless, annual and at times feral denunciations of Israel.

Did I miss Saudi Arabian Gender Apartheid Week? Or let's take another example: This very week in Libya, there is a zealous tyrant turning fire on his own people. Is there, or has there ever been, a Gadaffi Apartheid Week or its equivalent anywhere?

Even as injustices multiply against Christians in various Middle East countries, as Egypt roils with sectarian outrage, why is there not the same righteous fury that grips all the groups who annually appoint themselves scourges of the "Zionist entity" against the perpetrators of those depravities? Their moralism is so singular.

Rumsfeld obviously doesn't deal with Israeli Apartheid Week in his book. But his whole way of thinking, as exemplified in the memoirs, shows a pattern of seeking contrasts and posing questions to highlight inconsistency or failed logic. By just such a method may we diagnose the brittle hysterias of anti-Israelism now on display.

It is an inverted moral calculus that tries to persuade the world to demonize one state that tries its civilized best to abide in a difficult time and place, and rides merrily by the examples and practices of dozens of states and leaderships that drop into brutality every day without a twinge of regret or a whisper of condemnation.
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