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  1. DIDN'T BIN LADEN COME FROM SAUDI ARABIA MAKING HIM THE MOST HATED ARAB IN THE WEST? He and his family went to stay in a hotel in london recently and the following morning he asked "what's the dammage guv" ?to the receptionist at this the chamber maid appeared and said "no need to charge them cos "no bed bin laid in"
  2. They are all arabs in my eyes the whole stinking lot of them.
  3. The best way to bring about change in our policy of remaining in iraq is to pressurise our local mp's to bring it to the attention of our government that we want the troops to come home. I am sure they will be told to take the party stance against terrorism and support the pm but if just a handful of rebels stood up against their own party leader and this government we might at least get the debate moving. The cartoon incidents and subsequent publishings only went to prove that these arabs haven't got a sense of humour.
  4. "sounds like a melody" by Alphaville on their album entitled "Forever young" it didn't do anything in the uk but in their home country germany it got to number 2, the song was a follow up from their uk hit "Big in Japan".
  5. I agree crookesey i can't understand for the life of me why we would want to make ourselves so unpopular in the world community just to back up our supposed allie, the yanks only came in to the second world war because of the bombing of pearl harbour this to protect their interests. Are we to accept that we have now avoided a greater amount of lost lives through terrorism by these fundamentalists in the west than the huge loss of lives to our troops and their civillian populations, i don't think so, this war can never be justified and it is high time we pressure our government to remove the troops and forcing our own government to do a u-turn. NOBODY SHOULD PROFIT FROM WAR .
  6. Vanity kills eh? i expect the officers and the woman concerned are on first name terms lol
  7. I think the result was right over the two legs and besides if benfica had lost to united, pool would have probably beaten united over the two legs so some consollation there. It's all over to you jammy 1 nil to the.arsenal
  8. It's the idealism of these people that needs erasing, just because you take out a few misserable arabs that's not to say another few will be replaced like a production line, these people are not frightened of death but are hell bent on their own destruction let alone our people in the west. I agree with you that action needed to be taken against the islamic fundamentalists but remember "a terrorist only has to be lucky once when targeting it's victims"
  9. I agree anne we have a party elected by 33% of the country who could be bothered to vote and we are told that is democracy. These politicians become more arrogant with every term of office they win in my view.
  10. God bless your friend can chick and thanks for sharing your views, i too am not happy about any country losing a love one in this dispute for oil/deleting a regime.
  11. Very true firecracker but wouldn't we do the same if an arab country had invaded the uk? not that it is likely,we don't know what it's like but i'm sure glad sheffield isn't suffering the same plite as baghdad can you imagine living there let alone reporting on the war. Is it really 3 years ago that the dictatorship and war ended?, i remember seeing the statue of sadam being toppled from my hotel on tv in malta on my honeymoon. Do you think american foreign policy would have been different had bush not been the president,the folk in the us must be sick to the stomach of hearing about all their casualties of war. Did you see tony blair on parkinson saying that it was a hard decision but with god's help a good one, devine wisdom it was not, no god i believe in would have sanctioned this dreadful act of going to war without the mandate of the people, perhaps tony thought he might lose a referendum on it and then he must surely have had to step down, i call him tory blair.
  12. The terrorists you mention bartfarst are indeed the reason why we are still in this country try to maintain law and order. It's a case of identifying these culprits rounding them up. In the former yugoslavia tito kept all the factions together until his death then all hell let lose, some folk will never get on whatever the peace agenda they are hell bent on destruction and creating instability, i fear for israel with this new partner that they have to deal with, hamas are a far more millitant organisation who's sole goal is to rid israelites of their land.
  13. Thanks for all your contributions on this subject and i would like to hear from anyone who has family out there in iraq who are still worried about them and their role in this illegal war, also if you have lost loved ones i only hope your pain and suffering eases in time.
  14. Ok mate i understand no probs thanks for your interesting and factual comments, i am not a leftie but i am only wanting the human suffering of these people to end as it is deeply upsetting to hear of the body count going up day by day. It's not just terrorists that die in these bombs innocent civilians too i'm sorry if i am stating the obvious.
  15. It's bizarre in the way that you are already talking about the impending invasion of iran before this one has been solved, it will take a huge effort and massive budget to do this, i don't think it is going to happen just yet and also there is a real worry that it could cause a huge uprising of militance towards the west as we know the us are hated by most iranians even though i am told there are alot living in california over 250,000 at the last count. It's also bizarre that you expect this thread to be closed as we all know the mods will side with far left social ideals as has already been stated.
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