....we don't want you, both you and us are too f####d up to be able to help ourselves against the elitist groups pulling the strings.Or are we?---When America was part of Britain’s Empire, Americans — as loyal British subjects — had no choice but to be at war when the British Crown was at war. In the two-plus centuries since we won independence from Britain, we have declined in manliness, commonsense, and allegiance to our Constitution to the point where we will go to war at the behest of a foreign nation and in direct violation of U.S. national interests. In addition, our major mainstream and cable networks use the public’s airwaves to routinely act as agents of a foreign power by supporting Israel’s prime minister against the U.S. president, while disloyal American citizens enthusiastically corrupt the U.S. political system in support of Israeli interests, Evangelical fanaticism, and the one-world fantasies of the super-national and super-corrupt UN. … Who knows, perhaps we were better off with the Crown. It fought often, but only for genuine British interests.http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article32805.htmThe reason that the weapons being funneled to the Syrian rebels are ending up in the hands of radical Islamists is because the rebels are radical Islamists.http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article32799.htmWe knew that didn't we, I've been trying to get that message across since Syria became serious.Saudi Arabia.Saudi Arabia -'The House Of Saud'- was guaranteed security by Roosevelt provided they maintained the flow oil.Given that Saudi Arabia is now one of the main sources of terror in the world, I wonder if Roosevelt would strike that deal today.If you think 'no', ask yourself, why are we cosseting this bunch of goat herders.RegardsTony
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