bARABie – Hard Hitting Facts

May 3, 2007

I told you so!

Filed under: Uncategorized — barabie @ 9:48 pm

Remember my article “Warning this article is from uruk-scum”? You know the one i have been too busy to deconstruct? Well here is the saudi family ruling Arabia forgiving those murdering swine, the Iraq puppet government, 80% of previous debts. THAT eqauls a whopping 12 billion dollars. So according to the article by uruk-scum and that ho paola, the saudi kleb snubbed Maliki (kalb) but yet give him 12 BILLION DOLLARS. Please, PLEASE, SNUB me and just give me half of what you gave maliki, if snubbing someone means you still hand over 12 billion dollars. uruk you swine, may you suffer the same as most Iraqis are suffering. Kess em the zionists and their supporters and all the sellouts. They know who they are.
Oh need i remind you the saudi (kleb) family didn’t see fit to forgive Iraq’s debt during the 12 years of the worst sanctions in the history of the UN, when over a million babies died.
Arabs keep going to the Hajj and keep lining the pockets of the zionist saud family.
In my opinion, any Muslim who makes the pilgrimage is nothing but an idiot. Remember your money is going TO that womanizing, gambling, lying, thieving, murdering, DICTATORSHIP.

Listen to the best puppet the UNITED Puppets of Nations has ever had,speak about the debt.

United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon said on Thursday that creditor nations including Britain, Saudi Arabia and China had pledged to waive $30bn of Iraqi debt, approximately 60 per cent of what Baghdad estimates it owes other countries.

Mr Ban spoke at the end of the first day of a two-day conference in the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh dealing with the UN-sponsored International Compact with Iraq, which aims at winning international support to stabilize and rebuild Iraq.

“A number of countries have made concrete commitments under the Compact today. In particular, there was broad support for the terms of the Paris Club on Iraq’s outstanding debt,” he said, referring to the decision by the international creditors’ organisation to forgive 80 percent of Iraq’s debt. He said the write-off included commitments by Bulgaria, China, Saudi Arabia and Greece, and new commitments by Britain, Australia, Spain, Denmark and South Korea.

Another major debtholder, Russia, has reportedly tied forgiveness to a Saddam-era deal allowing a Russian group to invest in a large oilfield in southern Iraq.

Iraqi officials said at the conference they were adamant that there be no preconditions tied to debt relief.

Meanwhile, US officials said Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met her Syrian counterpart Walid Moallem in the first high-level talks between the two countries in years. The meeting came amid claims by US and Iraqi officials that suggested Syria and Iran may have been moving to limit support for militants in Iraq.

In Baghdad, US military spokesman Major-General William Caldwell said that for the past month there “has been some movement by the Syrians . . . there has been a reduction in the flow of foreign fighters into Iraq”.

Muwaffaq al-Rubaie, Iraq’s national security adviser, meanwhile said that there had been a “dramatic” drop in the past three months in the number of explosively-formed penetrators, or EFPs, used by insurgents.
Note: bARABie says remember where these “EFPs” came from?
Iran!
To all these idiots who think or claim the yanks are gonna attack iran, tilhasoo teezee.

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