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Re: Theos-World Re: white brotherhood and war

Feb 20, 2003 06:42 PM
by nama_sivam

The Universal cosmic mind is having knowledge about EARTH
as a dot. It does not know either BUSH or LADEN

----- Original Message -----
From: Theo Paijmans <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, February 21, 2003 4:16 AM
Subject: Re: Theos-World Re: white brotherhood and war

> Bart,
> Please see the whole picture. In this world of global realpolitk and
> something rarely happens without the consent and/or knowledge of the
> America and the remnants of the Soviet Union.
> That means that you have to closely look at the why America and England
are so
> certain that Saddam Hussein has all these 'miracle weapons', a term that
was used
> to some effect by Heinrich Goebbels, minister of propaganda under Hitler.
> Is it, because America and England also know what they have given Saddam?
> recently on tv English journalists showed Tony Blair a list of these
> given by England to Irak. Blair responded that the list was correct.
> So, netxt to the 'made in Germany and France'labels, we see the 'made in
> and England' labels too. And on another note. Osama Bin Laden has been
trained by
> the CIA, and Afghani Taliban were supported by the US Army in their war
> the Soviets. It was American Stingers that blew Russian choppers out of
the air.
> By the way, a small ironic point in America's war against drugs: when the
> ruled over Afghanistan, at least the heroin production stopped. Since
> drove the Taliban out of Afghanistan, the country again is number one in
> production of heroin. Noticed any sharp increase lately in the numbers of
> hustling the streets of the American cities, Bart? And how does this
heroin enter
> American soil? Are there no coast guards, no police forces, no smart
customs or
> spy sattelites of the NSA?
> As a side note: what, I ask you, about the deliberate attack by Israeli
forces on
> the unarmed USS Liberty in 1967, an American ship? Do you actually know of
> case?
> Clearly you still have a lot of catching up to do on the real aspects of
> Best regards,
> Theo
> Bart Lidofsky wrote:
> > Steve Stubbs wrote:
> > > is that the public does not want war but that the political system
> > > allows a single man to wage war anyway.
> >
> > According to polls, the vast majority of U.S. population
supports war,
> > with U.N. ratification. Most of the countries in the U.N. support war at
> > this point; the problem is in the Security Council, where France and
> > Germany are afraid that, if we go to war, we'll find the "Made in
> > France" and "Made in Germany" labels on Hussein's weapons of mass
> > destruction. One point of interest is timing: If the war does not start
> > by the beginning of March, it will likely have to be postponed until the
> > fall.* It is no coincidence that France is pushing for a deadline of
> > March 15, while the U.S. is pushing for a deadline of February 28.
> >
> > Bart Lidofsky
> >
> > * America's military machine gives it an overwhelming advantage at
> > night; a full moon would remove much of that advantage. There is a new
> > moon on March 1, and a full moon on March 15. By April 15, the
> > temperature in Iraq will get so hot that defense against poison gas will
> > become unusable, so the war has to be over by then. This means that,
> > while there will be another new moon at the end of March, a war can only
> > be won against Iraq if everything goes perfectly (as Hussein's soldiers
> > will almost certainly NOT be protected against poison gas). Considering
> > the cost of keeping the armed forces mobilized in the Middle East,
> > expect a war to start late next week, with or without the U.N.
> >
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