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15 years ago
Aarooga
I don't understand how prisoners of war paraded around on TV/papers can be such a problem? I mean they do it to our guys and we do it to theirs don't we? And you NEVER hear us complain about the abuse our POWs get. And isn't it funny how everyone is quite happy to see saddam paraded around but not their own - talk about hypocrisy.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
I wish you guys would put an edit button on these boards. I forgot to put the title line in. This is probably the only message board in existance not to have an edit post feature - surely by now it's time to upgrade? :)
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
I've just finished reading this article and find it to be excellent. I don't think you could agree with anything 100% could you sunsword, philosophically speaking of course. I think this is just another author who's on the right track. From david Icke to, well, take your pick lol, I think that each student of the new world order has their own definition. I personally don't believe that any o
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
You always know when someone is up against the 'establishment' and getting somewhere as that person finds himself the victim of a witch hunt. One thing that interests me here is that it is not only in the UK, but the US have also played their hand. This is two govt's going against someone and I feel this adds weight to the whole debacle. Perhaps George will have a 'plane crash' someday. But Gal
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
I've thought about this too. Islamic families are much more family orientated than modern "western" adults. I think the UK is actually loosing people rather than gaining (a good thing in my book). If white europeans refuse to copulate and have children, then it obviously goes to show that those cultures that produce more kids, will become the dominating culture. Maybe this is the sta
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
I wonder how many kids we "took care of" that were of iraqi decent.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
Not that it really matters what election and where you live, but who here feels as though they really contributed to their elections, i.e., that their vote really counted to get their party in. I ask this because I see absolutely no difference between labour and the conservatives over here in the UK. I grew up with the cons, and now I have labour. They are no different, and still conning the p
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
QuoteDid the US get Saddam's 'nookular' weapons? No, the US did not. They never existed. So, in terms of that objective, the US has lost. But they won the argument to invade. QuoteDid the US punish Saddam for supporting Al Qaeda? No. Even the US Government admitted there was no such support. Al Qaeda and Saddam were political opposites. So, in terms of that objective, the US has lost. See answ
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
So is it ok for our troops to go over there, rise up and slaughter innocent iraqi's? I have no sympathy for men that will quite happily murder innocent people, whether or not they are privvy to that fact. The made their bed and they lie in it - as a soldier it's part of the job and if you cannot except that, don't join up. It's also odd the way kinsmen spirit flares up only when men go-a-murder
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
Do you not find it obvious, the game being played?
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
Surely the problems lies with too few people having too much? Or perhaps greed taking place over early retirement. Personally I have far better things to do with my time than work. If people need to be distracted from life all the time, why should we all have to put up with it?
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
So you're only example is of someone who claims to have fought in vietnam, and shot a man to save a woman. Vietnam was how many years ago? Hardly a fitting example and sad that is the case. Just out of interest, how many times have the british army been known for saving civillians where we have gone to conquer - Dresden anyone? Or any army for that matter? Does anybody see that evil rules and
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
A while back I heard about these going up over the US (and here in the UK too) and asked if anyone else knew anything. The above link takes you to a site detailing empty "concentration" camps that are springing up over the US. No one is in them at present, so the speculation is that they have been built in preparation of things to come - namely the imprisonment of dissenters. "T
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
Apologies if this has been discussed before but I just found out about this. As I no longer watch TV, I do miss a lot of news. I find that this is true evil. There is absolutely no way this decision came from the hearts of good men. It is disgusting and an insight into what is becomming of our society. Slowly but surely, I think we'll find more and more of this kind of thing until the powers th
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
According to Ron Johnson at least.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
And what about washington's record of terrorism? How many counties have they done over?
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
Perhaps the polls are used to make people vote one way or the other? People seem to want to choose the winning side and those who cannot make up their mind may go for the poll leader?
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
I have many friends in the US. With most of them I don't know there political choice and it makes little difference - they're still my friends. Anyway, it's not the voters that are the problem. They may be misguided but at least they're not murdering terrorists. Down with the politicians who only have their, or other greedy murderers interests in hand (I would say 'at heart' but they don't have o
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
Or can normal Jo Bloggs stand, without the backing of multi-billionaires to fund his campaign. There was a thread quite a while back talking about the types of people that make mountains of money. Usually the greedy and dishonourable. Some representation eh?
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
I've had enough - I want out.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
:-p
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
82. Casino
Why are we now looking to have these damn things all over our country? What possible use can this have to anyone but large american corporations? This is Britain, not frikkin america and each year it seems like some idiot wants us to be the same - well we're not. In 20 years time though americans may find it hard to tell the difference and vice versa. I have nothing against the american people.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
Because he's closer to the queen - apparently. Perhaps I could place a bet? Pity we have no casino's here... Yet
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
84. What?
..Don't you like us meddling in your own internal affairs? How Ironic lol :P
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
Um... If they knew they had assets, how exactly were they allowed to keep them? Oh we'll let the terrorist have this money until they kill someone. This whole terrorist thing is rubbish
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
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Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
MUHAHAHAHHA stand aside!! Capitulate or be crushed. There's a new kid on the block and he's gonna kick some.... Oh I live in the UK. Damn the evil doers, strike now before they gain too much power! FREEEEEDOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
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Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
hello?
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Aarooga
I knew washington was masonic, but not Israel. Interesting.
Forum: Global Village
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