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Posted in: O's Uehara 'highly doubtful' for Sunday start See in context

Washed up relief pitcher becomes starter in MLB, no wonder Japan is better than US. The food is probably making Uehara sick. American food is like rat poison with calories.

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Posted in: Obama lays down harder line on Iran violence See in context

Iran should take out Israel. Since US is bankrupt and China backs Iran and Iran has much oil Obama Zionists can keep waving their fists. Obama should focus on Taleban. Stay focused and do not be an ADHD.

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Posted in: Bicultural jazz singer Emi Meyer explores her Japanese side See in context

Double is a stupid word. How about just American Japanese or Japanese American?

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Posted in: Israel: Palestinians use settlements as excuse to avoid peace talks See in context

Israel never gave Gaza back. Israel controls air space, borders and have turned Gaza into world´s biggest open air prison.

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Posted in: Netanyahu endorses demilitarized Palestinian state See in context

Zionism has run its course. No true Jew would should support Zionism. If I was American, I would never ever want to trus Nethanyahu. The ISraeli leader who proclaimed 9/11, good!

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Posted in: Pakistan says it will fight to the end against Taliban See in context

CIA worked with Pakistan to create Taliban. Taliban are not just recruits from 'madrassas' Muslim theological schools but are on the payroll of the ISI, the intelligence wing of the Pakistani government.US is in Afghanistan due to the lucrative money in the heroin business and oil business. This war is as stupid as the one in Iraq. On one hand US is fighting Taliban, ISI is on CIA´s pay roll and Taliban is on ISI payroll. This will be yet an another losing war. Americans are probably used to it by now.

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Posted in: Pakistan says it will fight to the end against Taliban See in context

I thought the Taliban were on the verge of taking back Afghanistan. Why are they stirring up trouble in Pakistan?

Its a joint pipeline, heroin venture. CIA transports heroin to ex Yugoslavia, and the Caspialn pipeline runs through Pakistan and Afghanistan. Taliban was supported by ISI; and CIA and enjoy popular support among it´s locals. Therefore if you ever think about concquroing Taliban you have to get them in the political process if you want to spread democracy.

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Posted in: Pakistan says it will fight to the end against Taliban See in context

Taliban is not responsible for 911. Osama bin Laden is not wated for 911.

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Posted in: Iran declares win for Ahmadinejad in disputed vote See in context

Since US is bankrupt, they must make money. They can export weapons because that is the only industry they have which is good. Forget car industry or some industry. Since US is bankrupt and need to borrow 300 billions from Asia each year just to get going, US should hand over industries or start selling missiles to Japan and China.

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Posted in: Obama pitches pay-as-you-go plan for US Congress See in context

As for sources. Here is one. goodDonkey. There is lots of sources out there. Both coorporate media and alternative media. I get my views from working with economics and reading various magazines and web pages.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financetopics/financialcrisis/5379285/China-warns-Federal-Reserve-over-printing-money.html

Since United States is bankrupt. What Obama needs to do is to listen to what its creditor nations have to say. American business will have no choice but to turn over ownership in exchange for debt write-offs. This is normal. So what Federal reserves have been doing is over printing Dollars but this has not been accepted as an international currency. The reason why the Dollar is not in free fall is because countries differentiate between dollars and fiat dollars. Anyhow. If you borrow from the bank to buy a house but can't pay back the bank money the bank takes your house. Same with countries and business. The American people as a whole will have to change their attitude from, “what can the world do for us?” to “what can we do for the world?” As long as the Americans agree to start behaving towards the rest of the world in a civilized manner, the world will no doubt agree to write some of their debt. Americans will also further get generous aid and new financing so they can rebuild their schools, their roads, their health system.

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Posted in: Obama pitches pay-as-you-go plan for US Congress See in context

To goodDonkey.

No, I do not want US to go down. They arelady are bankrupt. I want Americans to remain happy. I feel sorry for them how they have been tricked and manipulated by the government, greedy interest organizations, wild speculations on the stock market and bankers.

Obama, is only a man hired to act as “President” by a cabal of gerontocrats. Look at him more of a spokes person than anythign else. It was the same with Bush. With Bush it was more obvious as it was clear that he did not have the capacity and knowledge to be a real President rather he was a puppet for PNAC and the weapon/oil industry. Though Obama is a good speaker and there are many qualities with him which I admire he is no less a puppet than Bush.

As I have mentioned earlier. Every single Dollar has a code number on them and, depending on the code, some are accepted as international currency and some are not. The Feds have since September 11th of 2008 printed 13 trillion dollars but this is regarded as Fiat Dollars and is not accepted as international currency.

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Posted in: Obama pitches pay-as-you-go plan for US Congress See in context

It really does not matter whether it is Bush or Obama who is in charge as the country is bankrupt. For US to be able to survive they are completely dependent on loans and aid from communist China. However, China together with other countries of the world do no longer acccept fiat money from the Federal Reserves as an international currency. China will give out loans only on conditions that US backs up it's debt with real things and not money printed from paper thin air but things such as American factories, gold, etc. In one way or another US will become a Chinese colony. There is no escape in this whteher it is Bush or Obama who is President. What this means for the average American is that debt slavery would be slightly more “regulated,” with Chinese management.

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Posted in: Obama pitches pay-as-you-go plan for US Congress See in context

The real problem is that the bankers that controls the Obama cabinet which is increasingly isolated and disliked. The entire world is watching is shaking their heads in dibelief as they try to get American taxpayers and other countries to bail out criminal government who engineered the biggest Ponzi scheme in history. China will no longer lend to the US unless it has collateral. They have seen through the Federal Reserve Board fiat money scam. Meanwhile, the Federal Reserve Board, meanwhile is trying to fool the rest of the world into accepting some of the $15 trillion in funny money it has printed since last September.

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Posted in: Lebanon election result undercuts Hezbollah See in context

Obama must stop labeling Hezbollah a terrorist organization. Hezbollah is a political democratic party. Hezbolla should keep their military as long as they got crazy neighbors such as Israel. Obama should give money to Hezbollah. Obama needs to borrow money from China and China I am sure are willing to give aid to Hezbollah with interests.

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Posted in: Obama promises more than 600,000 jobs this summer See in context

All the dollars have a code number on them and, depending on the code, some are accepted as international currency and some are not. Over 70% of all the dollars ever created are held by non-Americans. Those people do not want their hard earned dollars to be devalued. For that reason, the countries of the world have stopped accepting all US dollars printed by the Federal Reserve Board since September 11th of 2008. That is why there is no hyper-inflation and the dollar has not collapsed despite the Feds printing out over 13 trillion dollars since September 2008. No matter how much President Obama and the Feds say no to a new international currency controlled by the IMF, they are powerless to do anything about it. The Feds has de facto lost the right to print a reserve currency.

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Posted in: Conservatives racing ahead in EU parliament voting See in context

Many ignorant people have yet not understood that the political landscape is not 2 dimensioned but multi dimensioned. The “centre-right” and “socialist” blocks that dominate the parliament are artificial alliances. Left-right divisions mean different things in different countries. Nordic social democrats are more gung-ho about globalisation than are many Mediterranean conservatives. http://www.economist.com/world/europe/displaystory.cfm?story_id=13788340

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Posted in: Obama's Islamic homage wins praise See in context

WilliB - from the article above. LOL!

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Posted in: Obama, in Germany, calls for new effort for 2-state solution in Middle East; blasts Holocaust deniers See in context

USA has enabled Israel to evolve into a criminal state. America for decades, have not only watched Israel rape the Palestinian people but sponsored the crime. And when the case was brought up to the United Nations Security Council for justice, the U.S. used its veto power to kill resolutions that would have denounced Israel. Less talk more action Obama.

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