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Repent wrote:All the people who had a different story other than the official airplanes hitting the buildings, died mysterious accidental deaths or suicides....
If there really was an evil conspiracy bumping off all the truthers, then why have none of the prominent truthers been bumped off?
Repent wrote: they've been bumping off the actual witnesses to 9/11 who could provide indisputable, firsthand evidence of what they are trying to conceal about this event.
The 9/11 attacks were caused by Islamic terrorism and, as the pictures prove, by the Devil----its not surprising that Iran or other anti-US states in the ME --and the Devil-- would provide some backing to Al Qaida.
Novus wrote:Are you sure that is really the Devil?
Plantagenet wrote:The 9/11 attacks were caused by Islamic terrorism
Pretorian wrote:Plantagenet wrote:The 9/11 attacks were caused by Islamic terrorism
By Islamic terrorism? You can also say it was caused by ... incompetency of HR personnel in TSA.
Saudia Arabia would move quickly to acquire nuclear weapons if Iran successfully tests an atomic bomb, according to a report.
Citing an unidentified Saudi Arabian source, the Times newspaper in the U.K. (which operates behind a paywall) said that the kingdom would seek to buy ready-made warheads and also begin its own program to enrich weapons-grade uranium.
The paper suggested that Pakistan was the country most likely to supply Saudi Arabia with weapons, saying Western officials were convinced there was an understanding between the countries to do so if the security situation in the Persian Gulf gets worse. Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have denied such an arrangement exists.
Iran is to accept gold instead of dollars as payment for its oil, the country's state news agency has said.
The move comes as US and European Union sanctions against Iran have made it difficult for buyers to make dollar payments to Iranian banks.
Mahmoud Bahmani, the governor of Iran's central bank, is reported to have said that the country would accept payment in gold "without any reservation".
As part of the sanctions, the EU has passed a ban on buying Iranian oil.
The EU's move will prohibit any company, in any member state, from buying oil from Iran after 1 July. At present, the EU accounts for 20% of Iran's exports.
However China, the biggest purchaser of Iranian oil, has said it will continue imports, as will India.
eXpat wrote:Video: Henry Kissinger 'We should ignore intelligence and assume Iran wants nukes'
dissident wrote:eXpat wrote:Video: Henry Kissinger 'We should ignore intelligence and assume Iran wants nukes'
The good old boy should sign up for the front! In the perfect world all the movers and shakers would put their money where their mouths are and take responsibility for their war mongering.
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