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15 years ago
conveyancer
>>>I have what I call waking dreams aka hypnopompic hallucinations. Those utterly suck and mine commonly involve multitudes of spiders. Nothing like "waking up" and opening your eyes to see your spidey nightmare superimposed on reality.<<< I have the exact same problem, tho only one spider shows up and hangs close to my face, sending me flying out of my bed in a panic
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
conveyancer
>>>this long tube sort of like a vaccuum hose would drop down above me and suck me up into it.< At first i thought you were trying to undo your birth. At five years you are learning to manipulate people and environment, and seeing the potential of your new powers. Maybe the dream is analogous to a rebirth, where you are going thru the birth canal and this time born into a new wor
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
conveyancer
...Jung theoriezed thes symbols bubbled up from the > unconscious but one of the affects of post young with quantum > physics is the theory that these symbols and synthesis or > caring is coming from outside the pysche and not just from > within. So yes, definately exterior, and in loving > relationship to humans......ie Cosmic Mind.... > > Humans wouldn't be able to be in r
Forum: Inner Space
15 years ago
conveyancer
>>>This is a discussion about space not philosophy.<<< Seems to me the Big Bang is a discussion about religion. One should consider the source of the theory. It was developed primarily by atheists (some scientists are not atheists of course). After effectively debunking religous creationist theories, the "atheist" scientists replaced it with their own "scienti
Forum: Science & Space
15 years ago
conveyancer
Hi Guy: You said: ----------- >>>He actually proudly displayed the cowboy boots he was wearing during the flight (!), thrusting them demonstratively at the camera, and I reflected to myself - "Oh Boy! Where is this guy coming from?!" I could go on, but - now do you see my "gist"?<<< ---------- George bush is somewhat of an enigma. If your gist is that he
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
Thirdwave said: >Are you unconcerned that in future any war or puruit can be undertaken for any reason by such means of conning electorates? < Hi Thirdwave, Its not that i'm unconcerned, it is simply how it is done in the US and always has been, since the time we invaded cuba a hundred years ago, to joining WWI, the gulf of tonkin, grenada, first gulf war. (You could even go back to the
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
ricon wrote: > > > Hi conveyancer, > > You wrote: > > "In the end the important questions are what are the US's > real goals in the middle east? How will they do it? How will > the world be affected? What might go wrong?" > > As you say, these are important questions. What is your > opinion on the answers? > > > Regards > > ric
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
Third wave said: >>"And are you aware that, had he cited those 3 honest reasons as a justification, he wouldn't have succeeded in being able to carry out his invasion plans?"<< Conveyancer said: >Yes, but this does not mean the invasion was "wrong."> Third Wave said: >One can take the viewpoint that a nation's strategic interests override all other co
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
The new US annual budget has come out today, and that figure does NOT include the cost of operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. To spend that much money in one year is nothing less than staggering. And it is an increase over last year of 8%. Been thinking about this. Since the soviets dropped out of the picture, US defense spending has gone up which is the opposite of what one would expect if t
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
>>The only way the US government will accept 'western style' democracy in Iraq is if they install a government similar to that of Saddam Hussein's during the 80's, or Musharraf in Pakistan - anti-Islam (as opposed to anti-religion), and ruling with an iron thumb.<< How will the US accomplish that? The US has promised democracy, but Iraq just might need a strongman, so your theory ma
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
That is hardly a validation of the BBC's rampant bias. All presidents bullshit the american people on military ventures, no other way to get them to act. No president would ever accomplish US military goals if they did not propagandize. It comes with the territory. We all agree that WMD had nothing to do with Bush's decision to invade iraq. I don't claim to know what Blair was thinking :)
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
Trygve, The problem I have with this complex conspiracy business is that its just not even remotely plausible that all these people you mentioned were in on it. >>Here we have pilot "Chic" Burlingame, Top Gun pilot and Vietnam vet at the back of the plane...<< Why would this guy conspire to allow his airliner to be hijacked? Why would the people at the FAA conspire to al
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
Guy said: >"Are you aware that Bush actually intended to invade Iraq for 3 main reasons - 1 To exact revenge on Sadamned for the unforgivable sins of setting out in 2000 to trade his oil for Petro-EUROS instead of Dollars and trying to persuade OPEC to do the same. 2 To ensure and secure America's access to the largest Oil reserves in the world. 3 To finish off what his Daddy didn't co
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
Martin said "I saw that happening on television - did you miss it? I saw people trying to do 3-point turns in their cars as they were obliterated with .50cals - did you miss that too?" How do you know it was a checkpoint and not a sweep operation? Because a bbc voice over said it was? How do you know they were civilians? Do you think iraq soldiers are going to try to escape while w
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
Will T said "what you have been getting from the BBC was totally Bias..." Yep, but the anti war crowd will never admit it. An example: I was in Asia when the iraq invasion started. Was staying in a not so expensive hotel where the only news station was BBC. I turn on the tv to see how the american and british divisions were getting on. The BBC had been squawking loudly for month
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
All this gloom and doom is for what? The BBC screwed up big time and refuses to apologize, is it any wonder that they will now be scrutinized? From the article: --- "Before his resignation, Dyke had defended the "greater part" of the story that sparked a bitter fight with Blair's office. On Thursday, Blair's official spokesman repeated calls for the broadcaster to apologize.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
Why would the UN protect the leadership of the US from embarassment? The officials at the UN were not happy at all with the US and were not interested in protecting the "evil" Bush. Confidentiality of business dealings with Iraq is maintained by the UN because businesses don't want info about their contracts and dealings to fall into the hands of their competitors, the UN recognizes t
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
That article talks about business dealings with iraq years before the war. At that time, US law prohibited US firms from doing business with Iraq. US firms would request exemptions from the law and would be denied by the US state dep't. From the article: --- "Indeed, Diplomats said Washington has been a greater obstacle for American businesses than Baghdad. The United States has placed
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
The US chose to support Iraq during the iraq/iran war. A choice had to be made, at the time iran needed to be checked. The massacre of the kurds would have happened regardless of US support. Yes the US supplied arms etc and yes it seems odd that we then went to war with our former "ally". SH is a murderer of the Kurds and the US is cleaning up the mess that it contributed to, I don'
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
>>>Attacking a country for it's oil is not 'peacemongering'.<<< If Iraq was attacked for its oil, then the oil should now be flowing into american hands or somehow the US is reaping the profits from the sale of Iraq oil. Can you point to any proof of this? Not saying you are wrong, just wondering if actual events support this often repeated theory. Candescit
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
conveyancer
>>Well Bush and Blair are much more eligble than those who opposed the liberation of Iraq. << Tho I'm also a supporter of Bush's policy toward Iraq, this seems over the top. In fact, when i saw the title to this thread i thought someone was making a joke :)
Forum: Global Village
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