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Old 03-10-2004, 03:13 PM   #26
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Kanibaal,
Luri gets paid .10 each time. It covers the bus fare to the library to use the puter that was donated by
one of us filthy rich conservatives.




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Old 03-10-2004, 03:29 PM   #27
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LURI,
Look what else I found,
Defector says Iranian military pro-U.S.
David - 9 Mar - 07:15:37 AM


Believes as many as 40% 'waiting for the arrival of
America'


Posted: March 5, 2004
1:00 a.m. Eastern
© 2004 WorldNetDaily.com

A former commander of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has defected to

Azerbaijan and disclosed that Iran's military is infused with pro-U.S. sentiment.
Col. Bakharali Bagiryan arrived in Baku last week.

"I came to Azerbaijan 40 days ago and was registered with > the Azerbaijani

representative office of the UNHCR as a > political émigré," Bagiryan said at the Baku Press
Club Feb. 23.

Bagiryan said many Iranian military troops would like to defect.
"In Iran, the military are not issued with passports, which deprives them of
the opportunity to leave the country legally," he said. "I have been sent to
Azerbaijan in the capacity of a representative of those who want cardinal
changes in Iran's state structure."

The IRGC are Islamic shock troops and are Teheran's key liaison with
international terrorist groups, such as Lebanese Hezbollah.

Bagiryan said some 40 percent of servicemen in the Iranian army think as he does and are "waiting for the arrival of America in Iran."

"The strengthening of the U.S. position in the region causes optimism among many Iranian servicemen and they secretly support the operation in Iraq," the colonel
said. "I think that many of them would back a similar U.S. operation in Iran."

Bagiryan said Teheran's claim that the Iranian army fully supports the
government is groundless. He said he intended to stay in Azerbaijan and help those fighting
for the national interests of southern Azerbaijan.

His remarks appeared in the Baku newspaper Turan, an independent, non-
governmental news agency close to the People's Front of Azerbaijan.
It's a fun day at the ball park huh?

See luri, if you can't know the whole story, why bother?
I could dig up a ton more stories for you Luri,
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Old 03-10-2004, 05:14 PM   #28
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Why aren't the n30-c0ns coming out and lambasting Bush for his soft stance on a terrorist state?


Hmmm....again, maybe because Iraq attacked another country, sanctions were put in place, rules were laid down, the rules were not complied with (don't go off on the dam WMD's--they wouldn't work with the inspectors, kicked them out if you can recall that). It is like comparing apples and oranges. I really think you should bow out of the discussions on this board if you cannot see the differences between these situations. This is really basic, enough said. Sorry if you can't understand the simplest of scenarios--you are trying to read something into this that just isn't there. Just another in the many boring strings here lately, come up with something that is controversial that isn't just black and white.
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Old 03-10-2004, 05:18 PM   #29
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As far as your theory that it is ten years ago, so what, we should forget it? That is what history is about. Keeping history is important so the same errors aren't repeated. Do you think we should just forget about the Holocaust? Pearl Harbor? Would you like us to forget 9/11? Any country would be stupid if they just decided to forget a nation attacking another nation because "it was ten years ago". Thank god what Zol said is true that you are not in power. There is a reason why your name is not on the Dem ticket.
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Old 03-10-2004, 05:41 PM   #30
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Alaauranda, just how far back in a country's history do you want to go? What's the magic number? I am sure we can find that Iran has attacked their neighbors over border disputes.

Also, why are you so willing to defend Bush one way or the other? Bush stated Iran was a terrorist state, one of the partners in the 'axis of evil'. So, now that Bush has softened up, calling for economic sanctions, rather than war, that is ok? Yet, when Clinton continued economic sanctions and military containment that was weak?!

Yeah, OK. You n30-c0ns are a bunch of idiots.
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Old 03-10-2004, 05:45 PM   #31
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I remember history too.

England invaded the U.S
Japan invaded China
Russia invaded Afghanistan
U.S invaded Iraq
Iraq invaded Kuwait
England invaded France
England invaded Jerusalem
Germany invaded Poland

So...

does that mean we can call for sanctions on any invading country?
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Old 03-10-2004, 06:08 PM   #32
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Angry luri says,
Alaauranda, just how far back in a country's history do you want to go? What's the magic number? I am sure we can find that Iran has attacked their neighbors over border disputes.
It's i'm sure, not I am. Luri, what does early history have to do with
America? Your losing it luri. You've lost. Your fishing..

Angry Luri say's,
Also, why are you so willing to defend Bush one way or the other?
Why are you so willing to bash Bush one way or the other?

Mad and Angry Luri say's,
Bush stated Iran was a terrorist state, one of the partners in the 'axis of evil'. So, now that Bush has softened up, calling for economic sanctions, rather than war, that is ok? Yet, when Clinton continued economic sanctions and military containment that was weak?!
In the real world, politics change. Try to keep up Luri.

Steaming MAD and ANGRY LURIKEEN say's,
Yeah, OK. You n30-c0ns are a bunch of idiots.
Are you sure there isn't anything we can say to change your opinion?
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Old 03-10-2004, 06:41 PM   #33
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No bashing here on either side, but our position has changed a great deal in the last few months since the earthquake that devastated a large portion of thier country. You would also think that maybe Iran, who was at war with Iraq for like ten years till a couple years (?) before Iraq invaded Kuwait, has seen what has happened to its neighbor. You would think that a wise politician and leader of thier country would want to change thier stance on the world front with the people who were turning Iraq into a new glass mine. Also to think that were just not gunna negotiate and give these countries a chance to change is just really anti-intelligent on anyones part.
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Old 03-10-2004, 07:00 PM   #34
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Bleemus,
The earthquake in Iran killed over 40,000 people in 2002. And yes it was a horrible earthly event for them. Countries from all over the world ran to
their aid. God bless them all.

The Iran Iraq war was from 1980 to 1988 and the numbers of dead
will never be known.
The youth in Iran want a new life. They want nice clothes and watches,
they want the freedom to tell their own government how they will live their
own lives. ie, voting and democracy. Freedom from tyranny period.

Will they get it? yes, but it will take time. Their eyes are on Iraq atm watching
and waiting to see what becomes of Iraq. And so far they are becoming
enbolden to the idea that finally *within their lifetime* it is within their grasp.

See, Iran is made up of the old and the young. There is not much in between
of the age group due to conflicts and whatever. The elders in Iran are fearfull
of the youth in Iran because they will eventually take over the responsibility
of the nation. And the youth wants change now. Not when they are elders themselves.

The youth wants to marry who they love, not who their parents tell them
to marry because of political status, money or cows..


http://www.iranmania.com/forums/public/news/

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Old 03-10-2004, 07:54 PM   #35
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How long exactly did we try to use economic sanctions on Iraq before we did anything else? 10-12 years? I would think even allowing Iran 1 or 2 years to change would still be a lot harsher on terrorism than Clinton ever was.

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Old 03-10-2004, 09:34 PM   #36
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That is because in reality Bush Jr. is a pussy.
ANYONE can headlight deer. It isnt a brave act.
Bush wont hurt anyone that might actually be able to fight back.
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Old 03-10-2004, 09:51 PM   #37
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I think it takes a bigger person in todays society to seek peace first. Now, I wont cross swords with anyone who disagrees with the war in Iraq. Cus, well its just to much of a mirky issue for me. But I think that anyone with a big enough army can make thier point known the world over used correctly, but I think one person or a agreeing group of people can make a huger impact the world over and faster than a war ever would. We all have to start somewhere, even if were Iran. I think the best thing to do on this is wait and see how dedicated to change they are, before we send in some colition(?) in to destroy them and make another media circus of things.
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Old 03-10-2004, 10:18 PM   #38
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Chiteng,
That is because in reality Chiteng jr. is a pussy.
ANYONE can headlight deer. It isnt a brave act.
Chiteng won't hurt anyone that might actually be able to fight back.
I knew you didn't have a job chithead.

Kinda sucks when you talk about yourself like that huh?
Retarded fuckin punk...



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Old 03-10-2004, 10:19 PM   #39
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Actually we have our hands full atm, and spending more money then we should. Bush couldn't get backing to invade another country, and he knows it, so why try?
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Old 03-10-2004, 10:32 PM   #40
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Actually we have our hands full atm, and spending more money then we should. Bush couldn't get backing to invade another country, and he knows it, so why try?
Your still here? Mr. jobless wonder? Go slap your mother for fucking your father
you pathetic pussy!

And while your at it, Slap your history teachers for not informing you properly
about world history and current events.

Hey maxi-pad? America is ready for anything. And the last thing we need is
some coward like you trying to dictate what America should or shouldn't do.


See ya Maxi-boy.



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Old 03-10-2004, 10:57 PM   #41
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Just curious as to why you call me the "job-less wonder", and why you attack my knowledge of history?
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Old 03-10-2004, 11:13 PM   #42
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Maxi-pad Faticus,
(a)Just curious as to why you call me the "job-less wonder", (b) and why you attack my knowledge of history?
(a) Because your online this late at nite to attack me. After playing Eq.
(b) Because your ignorance of history is documented.

Instead of fucking around playing a game untill the wee hours of night,
try seeking the answers before you ask the questions.? Good?

Knowledge is power max. To learn is power. To know is power.


Your personal future is in your hands max. It's called Your future for a reason..


What you learn can change your life. Don't let the poor keep you down.
When you stop learning?, you will be stagnant in life. And there will be no future.

Never accept change in your life unless you are in control. Be the boss, not the lacky!


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Old 03-10-2004, 11:19 PM   #43
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My original post wasn't a attack on you, don't know why you would take offense to it.

(a) I am off work tomorrow, not that it's any of your buisness when I go to bed or when I have to work. I find it funny that you are up as well making fun of me for it, and the one doing the attacking.

(b) What the hell are you talking about?
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Old 03-10-2004, 11:28 PM   #44
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Max,
Attack my President and you attack me. Simple enough for you? ABC.

I'm up this late because I sleep early and wake up. Some call it naps.
But when your working 12-16 hours a day call it what you want. Lunch, whatever.

Sleep is for the lazy..



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Old 03-10-2004, 11:37 PM   #45
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Max, Your a Liar!,,
(a) I am off work tomorrow, not that it's any of your buisness when I go to bed or when I have to work. I find it funny that you are up as well making fun of me for it, and the one doing the attacking.
I see the times of your postings. Your not working!
http://www.erollisimarr.com/forum/se...searchid=32173

You don't have a job. And your off work every tomorrow.
And yes it's my business if your going to bash heads
with me you little fuck.


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Old 03-10-2004, 11:47 PM   #46
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Or maybe I don't have a set schedule. Or maybe I own my own buisness and make my own hours. Or maybe I have internet at work. Or maybe I'm retired. Or maybe I'm on vacation. Or maybe I work at home. Or maybe I sleep early and wake up too.

Your reasoning is weak.

Oh and don't give me that shit about attacking the president is attacking you. It's plain as day you thought my post was personal attack on you.


And btw, I was defending Bush.
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Old 03-10-2004, 11:58 PM   #47
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Maxi-pad infaticus SPEAKS,
Or maybe I don't have a set schedule. Or maybe I own my own buisness and make my own hours. Or maybe I have internet at work. Or maybe I'm retired. Or maybe I'm on vacation. Or maybe I work at home. Or maybe I sleep early and wake up too.

Your reasoning is weak.
To each their own bitch. Whatever.

Your schedule is documented,
http://www.erollisimarr.com/forum/se...searchid=32173
I didn't post your online times. You did. You made me!

Sucker,
Now go mow the lawn and wash your mothers panties.
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Old 03-11-2004, 06:43 AM   #48
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You still didn't answer the question about the history.

Also your links are broken.

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Old 03-11-2004, 07:13 AM   #49
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Originally Posted by Chiteng
Bush wont hurt anyone that might actually be able to fight back.
I think that is closer to the truth.


Originally Posted by Maximus
Actually we have our hands full atm, and spending more money then we should. Bush couldn't get backing to invade another country, and he knows it, so why try?
It didn't stop Bush before. You have to remember that we went into Iraq without any financial backing approved by congress or from the so-called "coalition of the willing". Bush also talked tough and said the US would "go it alone" if it had, too.

However, the point is (once again) that the n30-c0ns basically called Clinton a pussy for upholding sanctions and military containment on Iraq (what George Bush, Sr. started), but when Bush seeks a diplomatic solution, backpeddling on his rhetoric of the 'axis of evil', the n30-c0ns just think it is a wonderful idea! Almost giving Bush credit for inventing the phrase "diplomatic solution"!

Chiteng is partially correct. The full truth of the matter, I think, is that it is an election year and Bush doesn't want to send in the troops, causing more deaths, and thereby ending his chances at a win come November.
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Old 03-11-2004, 07:20 AM   #50
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If he had the support like he did in Iraq I'm sure he'd be there in a heart beat.

No I bet Bush's prevenative war days are over.
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