Inside the Middle East
November 9, 2010
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John A   November 9th, 2010 11:17 am ET

Whats next?

Al-Qaeda escapes to oil rich Nigeria, US army arrives in Nigeria.

Al-Qaeda escapes to oil rich Venezuela, US army arrives in Venezuela.

Break away Al-Qaeda cell sets up in gold rich South Africa, US army arrives in South Africa.

In history did Alexander the great chase Al-Qaeda around the world? Is that how he made his empire?

This has to be the most comical escapade in history. The USA chases the invisible Osama around the world and America ends up with global conquest. American soldiers are everywhere and all because of the invisible Osama.

Filipe   November 9th, 2010 6:25 pm ET

John A,

Your unlimited support for the terrorist networks throughout the world is quite comical.

To read your blogs is quite a comical event.

It doesn't matter which terrorist organization or individual it is, if someone snuffs them, you jump on the bandwagon of support for their cause.

Just goes to show your true colors !!!

I bet you look good through viewing camera of one of those drones.

You do know and understand that support for terrorist organizations is a violation of international law-- don't you???

Ruth   November 9th, 2010 7:58 pm ET

The thing is you are too stupid to realize the USA is the terror state!!

Kennedy   November 9th, 2010 8:06 pm ET

Filipe you are a backward any you support any amount of state terrorism. But when the masses rise (and they are) it will be you and your dishonest, corrupt buddies who will pay.

911 – was an inside job!!!

Brian   November 9th, 2010 8:10 pm ET

Filipe, are you a sad loser who lives without internet, tv & radio???

According to the new New York Times/CBS News poll, only 16% of Americans think the government is telling the truth about 9/11

Samantha   November 9th, 2010 8:13 pm ET

Filipe – Who's the terrorist

Ordering torture and then writing a book and bragging about it, doesn’t sound legal or right to me. I find it sickening. If you did that you would probably go to prison. So should Bush. No man should be above the law.

Frankly I think this is one of those “we are above the law so here in your face!” books.

And I think that Spanish prosecutor should go after Bush for the war crimes he committed… so many many people have died horribly after his leaving depleted uranium all over Iraq in violation of U.S. Army regulations of which he was a member of the military at that time. Those who suffered deserve justice.

Reagan   November 9th, 2010 8:17 pm ET

Stage bombings and false flag attacks. Come on, we’re all adults here, just be honest. The USA has no intention of leaving just like , South Korea, Japan, Afghanistan, etc. Once colonized always colonized. The little garrisons left behind ensure the resident governments are well versed in their role as puppets with Washington’s fat hand up their rear end controlling them.

Abrahem   November 9th, 2010 8:29 pm ET

Filipe please search “TSA Airport Molestation” on Google.

You obviously support perverts in their false war on terror.

Can't wait for the TSA to put their fingers up you, but then you will probably enjoy it.

Mary   November 9th, 2010 8:34 pm ET

More madness and insanity, wouldn’t surprise me a bit. I haven’t supported a single one of these idiot wars my whole life. The main terrorism has been proven to be done by elements of our own government along with primarily Israeli and British spy agencies.

Smith in Oregon   November 9th, 2010 8:39 pm ET

The so-called touted 'Yemen Government' is a utter sham on the American people who are spoon fed Zionist propaganda for their nefarious agenda's.

At most, the 'Yemen Government' is nothing but a empty shell consisting of a single city in Yemen that it 'might' have sway and rule over, the rest of the country of Yemen IT DOES NOT.

A great many of those unhappy Yemen people were once Saudi Arabian citizens and became dissidents of the utterly corrupt ruler-ship of the Saudi Royal Family.

The ISSUE in Yemen is between the dissidents of the utterly corrupt Saudi Royal Family and Saudi Arabia. Who wants America to sacrifice their lives and treasure in dealing with the dissidents in Yemen?

The Saudi Royal Family, that's who. Zionists in Israel want to keep American's bogged down in endless meaningless wars in the Middle East and are actively pushing America's lawmakers to broaden it's covert war and aid to the Saudi Royal Family's civil war with it's dissidents in nearby Yemen.

Again America is being baited by Saudi Arabia and the Zionist in Israel to engage in YET ANOTHER MIDDLE EAST WAR.

Francesca   November 9th, 2010 8:47 pm ET

Filipe are you America?? Are you helping to pay for all these useless wars??

We will need the FED to print some more money. I'm gonna start a new business making designer wheelbarrows for people to carry their walk around money in.

And Filipe, when America goes bankrupt after fighting all these idiot wars, we wont be able to bailout your beloved Israel. So be careful what you wish for.

Kennedy   November 9th, 2010 8:53 pm ET


Last December, former Italian President Francesco Cossiga told Italy's most respected newspaper, Corriere della Sera, that the 911 attacks were run by the CIA and Mossad and that this was common knowledge amongst global intelligence agencies.

Filipe, By the time you are an old man you will regret being one of the many sheep who let Governments lead you into a new fascist era.

John A   November 10th, 2010 9:18 am ET


The first two lines of your post were dedicated to attacking me.

The third and forth were to lie about me.

The fifth and sixth were to imply violence should be used against me.

Your a typical pro Zionist, who can't make a reasonable debate, dedicates his time to personal attacks and thinks its okay to target civilians. In other words you are a brainless coward!

Filipe your post expresses the vile which pumps through your veins. I guess you're one of the few people left on this planet that actually believes American mainstream news.

Filipe   November 10th, 2010 2:33 pm ET

Amazing.....the number of responses in support of terrorism when all that one needs to do is criticize the supporters !!

miriam   November 10th, 2010 6:00 pm ET


Sorry, Spain has realized how devious you all are and has changed its laws. The UK is going the same way.

The more you, John, Ruth. Smith, Francesca, Kennedy, Mary, Abrehem, Reagan and Brian, along with any other aliases they chose, push the lies, conspiracy and hate, the more rediculous it becomes.

It is a well known fact in the Arab/Muslim world that the more you repeat a lie, the better the chances are it will believed to be the truth, it doesn't work so well in the West, unless, of course, you have none of your own values, are gullible, especially when the myth involves Jews, and are waiting for the day when anarchy reigns, only to be over-run by the Caliphate.

Filipe   November 10th, 2010 6:30 pm ET

John A,

Sorry that you can't accept how someone views you and your blogs.

It's hardly a lie that I said ........."It doesn't matter which terrorist organization or individual it is, if someone snuffs them, you jump on the bandwagon of support for their cause."

How else can one view your post above ??? Go read your other posts......You are consistently critical of those who side against the terrorists, their violent actions and those who take action against them.

eh eh eh eh!!!!!

And you complain about me making personal attacks !!!!!!!1

Go read your post again!!!!!

Get over it!

Abdul Khader   November 11th, 2010 6:44 am ET

Best method chosen by Bush to kill is throw the food packet and bomb the mob who comes to pick up this food packet.

Ariely   November 20th, 2010 10:40 am ET

The West is confused about the vision of their future.
Created by a combination of several factors.
While dreaming that is imposes worldwide big universal values-the human rights-the aging population of the West (mainly West Europe) is actually fading way.

A: President Obama IS NOT
* requiring freedom reciprocity from the 58 Muslim countries.
*require the UN human right organization to take action to protect non Muslim people in all the 58 Muslim countries
In 14 Muslim countries Christians are not allowed to proselytize.
In 12 Muslims are restricted from converting to Christianity.
In 11 countries,Christians attending public schools are required to take Islam courses.
Governments bar Arabic-language versions of the bible.
Saudi Arabia banes any non-Islamic religious public literature

The combination of the decreasing birthrate of the traditional aging Westpopulation in combination with the high birthrate of the recent immigrants and the next to come immigrates needed to support the economy leads only to:

The Arabs don’t want to melt in the traditional West Europe culture.
They consider their religion and culture to be superior and are acting to impose it.
Already the west is not defending in-house freedom of speech, debates to impose gradually the Sharia law are frequent, confusion and searching for an answer of what is mean to be a West citizen are all over.

Nasrallah- Hamas terror organization leader said that the West will give away all their values for a good economical deal.
And they get the prove:On the reception of the Lockerbie bomber in Libya, Kaddafi son words to the bomber read by a mouth movement expert were that his freedom was on the economical negotiations with UK.

West NGO'S C groups claim to stand for peace, democracy human&women rights.
However they support Muslims countries standing against those values.
They don’t demand The Muslims to stop the violation of the values they claim to stand for.

Instead of uniting forces to defend the free world the west splits forces .
Ultimately the free world will pay the price.

John A   November 24th, 2010 12:14 pm ET

Ariely says,
President Obama IS NOT requiring freedom reciprocity from the 58 Muslim countries.
Sorry to tell you dude, Obama is the president of the USA and nowhere else.

Tut tut, Ariely vomiting up his fascist view on the world again.

miriam   November 24th, 2010 7:43 pm ET

John A,

Meanwhile the OIC, Arab League and there anti-democratic associates believe thay are running the world with their manipulation of international bodies, requiring the rest of the world to submit to their discriminatory terms.

John A   December 7th, 2010 4:17 pm ET

Miriams Israeli paranoia goes one step further. She thinks the Arab league controls the world.


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