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Baku

Which country should US invade next?

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Baku

:D This is just way to funny for words check it out:

Edit: Link removed, contains links to pornographic materials.

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bathory

ahh good old CNNN

people continually confusing various countries with australia? on a series shown only in australia, by australian writers for an australian audience? fake, but it sure is funny hehe

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Natael

Funny that nobody mentionned Canada.

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bathory

canada? isn't that like next to new zealand?

ZOMG I JUST MADE AN AMERICAN POOR GEOGRAPHY JOKE >.>

heh in Japan they found that something like 50% of students couldn't identify where North korea was...considering North Korea has been lobbing ICBMs into Japanese waters and generally being a nuisance in the region, thats kinda like an australian being unable to find Indonesia

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Mekorig

Very funny... :P

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scoobysnack

My friend's step brother who is fighting in Iraq, sent him an email the other day saying equipment and troops are massing at the Iraq/Syrian border.

US 'aiming at Syria regime change'

By Anton La Guardia, Diplomatic Editor

(Filed: 10/05/2005)

Israel predicted yesterday that America would impose fresh sanctions on Syria in an attempt to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad.

Shaul Mofaz, the defence minister, said he believed sanctions would follow publication of a United Nations report expected to implicate senior Syrian officials in the murder of Rafik al-Hariri, the former Lebanese prime minister.

"I won't be surprised if Syria gets a red card," Mr Mofaz told Israel radio. "[The United States] will take actions against Syria, beginning with economic sanctions and moving on to others, that will make it clear to the Syrians that their policies do not comply with UN decisions, the US's new world order or the prohibition of sovereign states to support terrorism."

http://telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml...05/ixworld.html

FlashBack

What is the war about? I ask. Kristol replies that at one level it is the war that George Bush is talking about: a war against a brutal regime that has in its possession weapons of mass destruction. But at a deeper level it is a greater war, for the shaping of a new Middle East. It is a war that is intended to change the political culture of the entire region. Because what happened on September 11, 2001, Kristol says, is that the Americans looked around and saw that the world is not what they thought it was. The world is a dangerous place. Therefore the Americans looked for a doctrine that would enable them to cope with this dangerous world. And the only doctrine they found was the neoconservative one.

That doctrine maintains that the problem with the Middle East is the absence of democracy and of freedom. It follows that the only way to block people like Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden is to disseminate democracy and freedom. To change radically the cultural and political dynamics that creates such people. And the way to fight the chaos is to create a new world order that will be based on freedom and human rights :roll: - and to be ready to use force in order to consolidate this new world. So that, really, is what the war is about. It is being fought to consolidate a new world order, to create a new Middle East.

Is the Iraq war the great neoconservative war? It's the war the neoconservatives wanted, Friedman says. It's the war the neoconservatives marketed. Those people had an idea to sell when September 11 came, and they sold it. Oh boy, did they sell it. So this is not a war that the masses demanded. This is a war of an elite. Friedman laughs: I could give you the names of 25 people (all of whom are at this moment within a five-block radius of this office) who, if you had exiled them to a desert island a year and a half ago, the Iraq war would not have happened.

http://www.haaretzdaily.com/hasen/pages/Sh...l?itemNo=280279

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SilverCougar

I have lost all faith and hope for the American public.

*twitches*

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PadawanOsswe

this has gotta be fake.

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SilverCougar

Oh no.. you'd be surprized at how crappy the American Public is with geography.

One case in point... I was asked once where I was from while visiting a college. I told them a small town in the Adirondacks in NY. One of the guys actually thought The Adirondacks in NY were in Pennsylvania. (And the fact that I said "in NEW YORK" kind of blew me away when he asked if it was in Pennsylvania.)

Like I said.. I've lost all faith and hope for this country.

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ROGER
:cry: I was more up set about the Pictures at the top of the page , showing one of my neighbor's under-garments! :devil:

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BurnSide

The link has been removed due to it containing links and materials very unsuitable for this forum.

Without that link, there's really no need for this topic to stay open.

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