Black People : Stay Alert Brothers And Sisters

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  1. Chinelo

    Chinelo Third Eye Is Always Open MEMBER

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    There is something on the horizon, in which i firmly know will test the black man and woman here and abroad, to the point where we will be forced into a black nationalistic action, and i mean for self-defense purposes along with economic.

    This barbarian is about to enter a phase where the enslavement of the world cannot be achieved, and now they're last throw will be to destroy it....

    This white jew laying up in the middle east illegally has been given a warning that it has little time left, and will soon need to attack Iran within 8 days, and if that happens, things will get very sticky brothers and sisters, and test your strength and resolve.

    What will you do? WILL YOU JOIN THIS BEAST OR JOIN OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST IT?

    TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE LITERALLY

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    http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20100817/wl_afp/irannuclearpoliticsisraelusmilitary

    Israel has "eight days" to launch a military strike against Iran's Bushehr nuclear facility and stop Tehran from acquiring a functioning atomic plant, a former US envoy to the UN has said.

    Iran is to bring online its first nuclear power reactor, built with Russia's help, on August 21, when a shipment of nuclear fuel will be loaded into the plant's core.

    At that point, John Bolton warned Monday, it will be too late for Israel to launch a military strike against the facility because any attack would spread radiation and affect Iranian civilians.

    "Once that uranium, once those fuel rods are very close to the reactor, certainly once they're in the reactor, attacking it means a release of radiation, no question about it," Bolton told Fox Business Network.

    "So if Israel is going to do anything against Bushehr it has to move in the next eight days."

    Absent an Israeli strike, Bolton said, "Iran will achieve something that no other opponent of Israel, no other enemy of the United States in the Middle East really has and that is a functioning nuclear reactor."

    But when asked whether he expected Israel to actually launch strikes against Iran within the next eight days, Bolton was skeptical.

    "I don't think so, I'm afraid that they've lost this opportunity," he said.

    The controversial former envoy to the United Nations criticized Russia's role in the development of the plant, saying "the Russians are, as they often do, playing both sides against the middle."

    "The idea of being able to stick a thumb in America's eye always figures prominently in Moscow," he added.

    Iran dismissed the possibilities of such an attack from its archfoes.

    Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said Tuesday that "these threats of attacks had become repetitive and lost their meaning."

    "According to international law, installations which have real fuel cannot be attacked because of the humanitarian consequences," he told reporters at a news conference in Tehran.

    Iranian officials say Iran has stepped up defensive measures at the Bushehr plant to protect it from any attacks.

    Russia has been building the Bushehr plant since the mid-1990s but the project was marred by delays, and the issue is hugely sensitive amid Tehran's standoff with the West and Israel over its nuclear ambitions.

    The UN Security Council hit Tehran with a fourth set of sanctions on June 9 over its nuclear programme, and the United States and European Union followed up with tougher punitive measures targeting Iran's banking and energy sectors.

    The Bushehr project was first launched by the late shah in the 1970s using contractors from German firm Siemens. But it was shelved when he was deposed in the 1979 Islamic revolution.

    It was revived after the death of revolutionary founder Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in 1989, as Iran's new supreme leader Ali Khamenei and his first president, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, backed the project.

    In 1995, Iran won the support of Russia which agreed to finish building the plant and fuel it.
     
  2. puregenius

    puregenius Active Member MEMBER

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    Wars and Rumours of wars

    Well, I guess the end may be closer than we can imagine. Israel wouldn't bomb a reactor AFTER it was filled with uranium...oh no...never than...:argue:
     
  3. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    do you recall what happened to the reactor in Iraq, and who bombed that?
     
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    Also be aware that they are playing some funny games around China over that bogus North Korea/ South Korea, ish, that may have ugly repurcussions by 2012, in regards to population reduction by nuclear war

    the folks in the White House don't need Dr Strangelove to prepare for this, since they have been since the 50s, the wealthy top families and select politicians can take their families in underground bunkers that look like 5 star hotels and luxury malls, and China feels they can afford to loose Beijing,
    and if NYC Washington, Chicago and Phillie goes as well as LA, the oligarchy would not shed a tear

    many outside of NYC are not aware that 75% of the folks that were executed at 9/11 were people of color, since roughly 1/3 of the normal work force....somehow...did not show up that day

    U.S.-China Conflict: From War Of Words To Talk Of War
    Part I

    By Rick Rozoff

    Global Research, August 15, 2010
    Stop NATO

    Relations between the U.S. and China have been steadily deteriorating since the beginning of the year when Washington confirmed the completion of a $6.4 billion arms deal with Taiwan and China suspended military-to-military ties with the U.S. in response.

    In January the Chinese Defense Ministry announced the cessation of military exchanges between the two countries and the Foreign Ministry warned of enforcing sanctions against American companies involved with weapons sales to Taiwan.

    The Washington Post reported afterward that during a two-day Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Beijing this May attended by approximately 65 U.S. officials, Rear Admiral Guan Youfei of the People's Liberation Army accused Washington of "plotting to encircle China with strategic alliances" and said arms deals with Taiwan "prove that the United States views China as an enemy." [1]

    During the 9th Asia Security Summit (Shangri-La Dialogue conference) in Singapore in early June a rancorous exchange occurred between U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and Major General Zhu Chenghu, director of China's National Defense University. The Chinese official lambasted the U.S. over more than $12 billion in proposed arms transactions with Taiwan in the past two years, stating they were designed to prevent the reunification of China.

    The preceding week China had rebuffed Gates' request to visit Beijing after the Singapore summit.

    At that conference Gates spoke of "our collective responsibility to protect the peace and reinforce stability in Asia" in reference to the sinking of the South Korean corvette the Cheonan in late March.

    Major General Zhu reacted by casting doubts on the U.S. account of the ship's sinking and indicated that "America’s stance over the Cheonan was hypocritical given its failure to condemn the Israeli commando raid on a flotilla of ships carrying supplies to Gaza on May 31, which resulted in the death of nine activists." He also warned that the latest Taiwan arms package threatened China's “core interests.” [2]

    At the same event, General Ma Xiaotian, deputy head of the People's Liberation Army General Staff Department, itemized obstacles to the resumption of U.S.-China military relations, including Washington providing weapons to Taiwan and "frequent espionage activities by US ships and aircraft in the waters and airspace of China's exclusive economic zones." [3]

    Matters went from bad to worse after Gates and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited South Korea in late July, accompanied by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Michael Mullen and Admiral Robert Willard, commander of U.S. Pacific Command, and on July 20 Gates, Mullen and Willard announced the U.S. would conduct a series of war games with South Korea in the Yellow Sea and the Sea of Japan.

    The first such exercise, the four-day Invincible Spirit naval maneuvers, started on July 25 and was led by the USS George Washington Carrier Strike Group, named after the 97,000-ton nuclear-powered supercarrier at its core, and involved 8,000 military personnel, 20 warships and 200 warplanes, including F-22 Raptor fifth generation stealth fighters, deployed to the region for the first time. Shifted from the Yellow Sea, which borders the Chinese mainland, to the Sea of Japan (on which Russia has a coastline) at the last moment, the drills nevertheless antagonized China and were transparently intended to produce that effect.

    While in South Korea five days before the naval exercises began, Admiral Willard - head of the largest U.S. overseas military command, Pacific Command - announced that future war games of comparable scope would be held in the Yellow Sea, where China has an extensive coastline and claims a 200-mile exclusive economic zone. (For a map of the Yellow Sea, see: http://www.worldatlas.com/aatlas/infopage/yellowsea.htm )

    Joining a chorus of major U.S. military and civilian officials making statements that could only be intended to taunt China, "Willard said he is not concerned about China’s feeling about U.S.-South Korean naval exercises in that area."

    In his own words, "If I have a concern vis-a-vis China it’s that China exert itself to influence Pyongyang to see that incidents like Cheonan don’t occur in the future.” [4]

    His comment is entirely in line with others issued before and afterward.

    During the Group of 20 (G20) summit in Toronto on June 27 U.S. President Barack Obama held a "blunt" conversation with Chinese President Hu Jintao and accused him of “willful blindness” in relation to the Cheonan incident. [5]

    In mid-July Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell dismissed and belittled China's concerns over not only large-scale but ongoing U.S. naval exercises on both sides of the Korean Peninsula by stating, “Those determinations are made by us, and us alone....Where we exercise, when we exercise, with whom and how, using what assets and so forth, are determinations that are made by the United States Navy, by the Department of Defense, by the United States government.” [6] On August 6 Morrell confirmed that U.S. warships will lead exercises in the Yellow Sea in the near future.
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=20629
     
  5. MS234

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    Sad to say

    I hope this is not a rhetorical question, because IMO, people will fall along the lines they always have. People don't view things in a unified front anymore.
    Every man for himself is the term I believe.

    Where ever the next stage leads will show 9/11 was a sunday at the beach.
     
  6. SophiaG

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    I guess we aren't friendly with china anymore.

    Btw I am in full support of israel being where it is. Maybe if your people were pushed out of countries many times and then slaughtered mercilessly by the millions you'd think having a country of your own was a good idea too. :confused:
     
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    MS234 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Yes but

    You support this because you weren't relocated to make room for Is-ra-el.


    Is-ra-el will never have peace because it moved people from their land.
     
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    I believe that eventually there will be peace as long as Israel is sensitive to the feelings of the palestinians. Eventually they will tire of fighting each other and come to some sort of agreement.
     
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    I think I'm catching on.

    You mean like the english became eventually sensitive to the feelings of the American Indian right.


    So people get moved off their land and the people that moved them are to show sensitivity?
     
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    Well that's an example on American soil. This has been perpetuated over and over via history though, throughout the world. Its going to happen, its inevitable.

    My heart hurts to hear what the Jewish people have went through.

    They have to realize they can't have the entireity of their ancient land back (like the maps in the bible depict). They will have to make concessions to the palestinians.

    I understand the palestinian anger/hurt, but I still support Israel's existence anyway.
     
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