bARABie – Hard Hitting Facts

December 1, 2007

German police confirm Iranian deportee phoned warnings

Filed under: Uncategorized — barabie @ 12:48 pm

online.ie 14 Sep 2001

German police have confirmed an Iranian man phoned US police from his deportation cell to warn of the planned attack on the World Trade Centre. Read more…

(Anyone starting to see the iranian connection yet?)

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  1. All of the evidence i’ve seen so far points to the MOSSAD and CIA being involved in the 9/11 attacks.

    But this story does dovetail nicely with the Zionist/Neocon plan for attacking Iran as another 9/11 conspirator.
    That notorious talking turd, Glenn Beck, has been hyping the Islamic terrorist threat. All with the help of MEMRI.

    If this story gains traction in the state sanctioned media outlets like CNN and FOX, then the game is afoot.

    Next, after we bring our “Shock and Awe Democracy Tour” to Tehran, we’ll be seeing stories about how 14 of the 19 9/11 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia.

    How many wars fought for Israel do you think Americans will put up with before pulling the plug?

    Comment by Greg Bacon — December 4, 2007 @ 2:40 am

  2. WHAT DOES “KESS EMAK” MEAN ????????????????

    Comment by just curious — December 4, 2007 @ 7:16 am

  3. Greg this is one time i have to disagree with you. There is no way the US/israhell will attack iran, remembering that it’s iran that is keeping the number of body bags down for the us in Iraq AND Afghanistan. If it wasn’t for iranian help, the US would not have been so easily able to occupy those two countries. Take maliki the puppet Iraqi PM, he lived in Iran most of his life and is just as much an iranian puppet as he is an american. I could go on but take it from someone who knows the region, the world is being had by us/israhell/iran. Just ask yourself one question, why would the US need to hold talks with IRAN about Iraq’s security?

    Comment by barabie — December 4, 2007 @ 7:22 am

  4. just curious, if you don’t know then i can’t help you.
    I only help those i know.

    Comment by barabie — December 4, 2007 @ 7:25 am

  5. bARABie, I think i have to disagree with you on this. One man does not a country make. I believe the US will invade Iran, using the same type of manufactured excuse they used for Iraq.

    I also think Americans will put up with fighting wars on Israel’s behalf for some time yet, but not for ever. Israel is always portrayed as the struggling underdog, and the American’s love helping the underdogs. It boosts their national pride at being the best “underdog helper” in the world.

    America’s worsening economy due to multiple wars will curtail their military spending after a while. The US public will eventually get sick and tired of forking out their taxes, along with young lives because of them. The US will go deeper in to debt with China to save face on the world stage. Russia will flex her muscles along side of China.

    The outcome? China will own America.

    The next world power is…………anyone’s guess at this moment.

    Comment by Angel — December 4, 2007 @ 10:53 pm

  6. Angel, you have every right to disagree with me but you still haven’t answered one question. “why would the US need to hold talks with IRAN about Iraq’s security?”
    You are right, “one man does not make a country” but i never ever have said it was one man. “One man” couldn’t slaughter that many Iraqis for example.
    Angel, Syria (iran’s puppet supposedly) just attended Annapolis. Ahmedinejad was recently holding hands with that donkey from (saudi) Arabia, “king” AbdAllah.
    I am prepared to make this promise regarding iran being attacked, i will shut this site down if iran is attacked.

    Comment by bARABie — December 4, 2007 @ 11:15 pm

  7. Regarding the US fighting israhell’s wars, give me a break you two.
    They are just as much America’s wars as they are israhell’s. What, do you think the US doesn’t gain from these wars?
    Of course israhell is pulling the strings (kinda incredible when you think about, one of the newest “countries” and one of the smallest population ruling 370 million PLUS the world) but the yanks also gain from this. They get, for starts, to test out their new weapons on some “sand niggers”, get rid of their old stock, control the OIL thereby controlling the WORLD, scaring the fuck out of their enemies. What did you think the yanks became the SUPERPOWER because they were stupid and kind?
    Yes, israhell is to blame but the yanks are just as guilty if not more so.

    Comment by barabie — December 4, 2007 @ 11:27 pm

  8. Angel, re “one man doesn’t make a country”, you gotta admit sometimes one man comes pretty close.
    Look at Saddam, Castro, bush (sorry Greg), Chavez, khomenei, Arafat and so on. 🙂

    Comment by barabie — December 4, 2007 @ 11:38 pm

  9. “The outcome? China will own America.”

    China will own shit (no offense Angel). What did China do when the US bombed the fuck out of their Embassy in Serbia? NOTHING!
    The debt has been there for YEARS, it means SFA (Sweet Fuck All for overseas readers). The YANKS created the economical system, which means the debt is all part of their game.

    Comment by barabie — December 4, 2007 @ 11:47 pm

  10. China can’t even take back Taiwan.

    Comment by barabie — December 4, 2007 @ 11:51 pm

  11. Barabie, is that just my impression, or you have changed your debating style in these last times ?

    Comment by long-time regular — December 5, 2007 @ 1:21 am

  12. Not that i am aware of. I debate differently with friends compared to with enemies.

    Comment by barabie — December 5, 2007 @ 6:44 am

  13. Hey, bARABie,

    The US and Iran thing is all about borders, power and oil. It’s something my family discuss often. I usually don’t say much and listen a lot.

    I had a hidden message email from Aunt B, born in Iraq, bought up in Iran, now living in the US. A video clip, taken in Tehran, and a few words which were “I’m going to hate seeing this beautiful city destroyed”. I trust my family over all others. I can’t say more.

    One man etc… You’re right, it would seem so in some cases. Unfortunately my focus on squarely on Bush at the minute. I just can’t stand the man.

    Maybe China is my wishful thinking. I read something a while back that was interesting. If every person in China jumped up and down, at exactly the same time, it would throw the World off it’s axis. China remains like a sleeping tiger, ready to pounce.

    There are a lot of things hidden lately, it’s lucky I have the gift of the third eye to see through the coverups!

    This is NQR. We are missing the third person.

    Comment by Angel — December 5, 2007 @ 9:25 pm

  14. Angel, have a look at this.

    ” Iran, US may meet on Iraq security in ‘few days’: Shiite leader” (todays’ news btw) Do you know who that “leader” is? hakim, now you know he is behind the Ministry of Interior massacres of Iraq and he is an Iranian puppet, right? If you don’t, let me know and i will provide links.
    http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20071205/wl_mideast_afp/usiraniraqunrestdiplomacy_071205003850

    Second, have a look at this.

    “The Iran news dominating the US press today is the revelation of the NIE findings that Iran froze its nuclear program in 2003. That’s obviously interesting and important. But – perhaps related, perhaps not – most Arab papers today are headlining the surprising and controversial performance of Iranian President Ahmednejad at the GCC Summit meeting in Doha – described in most as the first Iranian President to address the GCC since it was formed in 1981. ”

    http://abuaardvark.typepad.com/abuaardvark/2007/12/ahmednejad-and.html

    Comment by barabie — December 5, 2007 @ 9:33 pm

  15. You are quite possibly right b, in fact I hope you are right.

    I have not spent a lot of time on news reports lately, why is that not surprising. You know the history, too tired etc.

    I did hear that Iran had ceased it’s nuclear program in 03. The thing that interests me is the people back the Mullahs, and hate Western interferance with a vengeance. Iranians have always set themselves aside from other Arab nations, maybe as one step higher up the ladder. It’s a close call.

    Comment by Angel — December 5, 2007 @ 9:55 pm

  16. PS I forgot the bit about they only let us see what they want us to see. It’s a con job, I reckon.

    Comment by Angel — December 5, 2007 @ 9:56 pm

  17. You might be right about USrahell not attacking Iran. Sometimes, it’s easy to think it’s been a big bluff and con game all along.

    By scaring the hell out of people, Iran and the USA get to keep their government in power by either taking away more freedoms or denying the return of the ones already stolen.

    A nice side effect is that Iran benefits from higher oil prices which also just happen to make Bush’s buddies in the “awl-bidness” richer.

    Since the threat of the Bin Laden “boogeyman” no longer has the effect it once did, maybe the effect of the Iran “boogeyman” is the right one for the moment.

    The wild card in this whole scenario is Israel. They’ve got their share of dedicated war mongers and then some, so only time wil tell how this plays out.

    One thing i do know for sure is that until the at large war criminals, like Cheney, Feith, Perle, Wolfowitz, Leeden, LIbby, Rice, Hadley, et, al, are in jail, serving life w/o parole for their crimes against humanity, the world will still be at risk for endless wars and threats of more wars in the ME.

    Comment by Greg Bacon — December 6, 2007 @ 7:22 pm

  18. Here’s a sampling of what some Zionists in Israel are saying about the US-Israel relationship:

    “The only factor that matters is appeasement: appeasing our enemies on both sides of the line – the Americans and the Arabs.”

    “Make no mistake. The Americans are enemies. Under the leadership of Condoleezza Rice and Bush (in that order), the United States has been transformed into one of Israel’s most dangerous foes. The policies being forced down our throats, including abandonment of virtually all of Judea and Samaria, as well as Jerusalem, is only the beginning. The Golan Heights are not far behind.”

    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/7588

    Sure didn’t take long for our “bestest” buddies in the ME, Israel, to turn on its #1 benefactor and provider of money, weapons and political backing.

    All because they didn’t like the Iran NIE that came out and said Iran was NOT making nukes.

    The hard-core Zionists are crying in their Mogan David wine, even thinking the unthinkable: They might have to give back what they stole from Syria–the Golan Heights– in Israel’s 1967 War of Aggression.

    Zionist anger could turn into a rage that won’t be quelled by oodles and boodles of more US tax money to the Khazars. They might decide to lash out at the U.S. and attack us again, like they did in 1967’s attack on the USS Liberty and their complicity in the 2001 attack on New York and Washington.

    Or they might get pissed enough to invoke the “Samson” option on the world and bring down Armageddon on us all.

    Heck, Israel, you know what always cheers you up? Sending out some of your ZOF (Zionist Occupation Force) Goon Squads to shoot some Palestinian kids in the head.

    Or another fav: Invading Lebanon and bombing them back to the Stone Age…er, uh, guess after your murderous Summer of 2006 bombing campaign against Lebanon, another one would just make the rubble bounce…Hell, that’s no fun for those crazy Zionist party monsters.

    Hey!!! How about cutting off the power to Gaza hospitals? That’s always good for some hearty laughs at Likudnik gatherings. Nooooo?

    Hmmmm.

    Deny the food and medicine that Gaza needs to survive from entering the Strip? That should put a smile on your Zionist mug!!!!!

    Comment by Greg Bacon — December 6, 2007 @ 7:37 pm

  19. Angel, Greg, i can’t proclaim to have some insider knowledge of who will attack who next but i just can’t see iran being attacked when both the US and israhell have much to lose if they did. TBH after what iran did to Afghanistan AND especially how heinous it has been in Iraq, i want iran to be attacked. Sure it may bring about a massive world war but at this stage, i don’t care. One thing this talk about a war with iran has done is to shift the spotlight away from Iraq and just that in itself is inexcusable of the “anti war” crowd.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 8:01 pm

  20. It’s sad that there are so many vultures prepared to profit off the suffering of Arabs. Not one country surrounding Iraq is not profiting from this war, not one. I really can’t blame the US nor israhell nor the safavids when Arab countries join in profiting from the massacre. I guess i have to be more specific, when Arab “governments” profit…..

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 8:05 pm

  21. Greg, i believe there will be more wars in the middle east but not sure it will be against iran. For some reason, i have this feeling it will be Turkey. Just a wild guess.
    You know, i think Pakistan could also be next. Notice one thing though, they are all Muslim countries.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 8:08 pm

  22. I don’t think USA will attack Iran well not at this stage

    Comment by Janice — December 6, 2007 @ 8:28 pm

  23. I, obviously, am with you Janice. Of course that is not to say that at some later stage they won’t attack iran but while Iraq is still not under “control”, no way will they attack iran. Iran has the ability to cause at least a thousand american deaths a day in Iraq alone.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 8:32 pm

  24. Hi 🙂

    I saw something on the TV news about Iran having stopped Nuclear Production in 2003 and I thought thats not what they’ve been saying before which kind of proves we are on the right track as to USA intentions

    Comment by Janice — December 6, 2007 @ 8:35 pm

  25. Hey Janice, that is just one of the things which lead me to believe iran is being made a “boogeyman” to facilitate this “war on Muslims” ooops, i mean “war on terror”. There are so many benefits for the 3 stooges israhell/us/iran by promoting this fake ass threat from iran’s nuclear program.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 8:38 pm

  26. Greg, you remember the “iran contra affair” right? If you do a search of the jewish rags at the time, you will find they were abusing, criticizing iran back then like they are now while selling them weapons. Believe it or not, only a year or so after the hostage crisis in iran, the US was selling iran weapons AND also the US actually provided iran with more weapons during the 8 year war with Iraq than it did to Iraq.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 8:44 pm

  27. 3 stooges? 😆 I have the real ones on DVD 🙂 Good names for Ehud etc

    Comment by Janice — December 6, 2007 @ 8:46 pm

  28. Not literally the real ones (just realised that sounds like I have 30 year old corpses in my house)

    Comment by Janice — December 6, 2007 @ 8:47 pm

  29. Greg here is a sample of the news in the 80’s.

    “Washington Report, November 1986, Page 2

    Special Report
    Israeli Arms Sales to Iran
    By Jane Hunter

    In September, when the Israeli government radio accused Iranian troops of training Lebanese Shiite guerrillas for attacks on the Israeli-backed South Lebanon Army, and said that Iranians themselves might also have been among those who attacked Israeli positions in Lebanon, the US media reported those charges in great detail. None found the time or space, however, to note how ironic it was for Israel to complain about Iranian military activities.

    Iran might have been hard put to continue its costly six-year-old war with Iraq—not to mention simultaneously stirring up followers of the Ayatollah Khomeini in Lebanon—if Israel had not been willing to sell the Khomeini government great quantities of the weapons Iran desperately needed to keep its army in the field. That is only one of the anomalies of Israel’s booming arms trade. US law and US policy also come in for some stretching and twisting. ”

    http://www.washington-report.org/backissues/1186/8611002.html

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 8:51 pm

  30. Janice, which one was the baldy one? That should be yahood “combover” omelet.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 8:52 pm

  31. Hi you 2.

    “i want iran to be attacked. Sure it may bring about a massive world war but at this stage, i don’t care”

    bARABie, you are one person. That is an extremely selfish thought. Tut, tut. Lecture over.

    Comment by Angel — December 6, 2007 @ 8:57 pm

  32. I think the bald one was Curly the other ones are Mo (bowl cut)and Larry

    Re Ehud’s combover I can picture him strategically trying to look as if he really has hair 😆

    Mo can be the Iranian President he has the right hair

    Comment by Janice — December 6, 2007 @ 8:57 pm

  33. Hi Angel 🙂

    Comment by Janice — December 6, 2007 @ 8:58 pm

  34. Angel, i can appreciate you have some type of connection to iran but i am not going to try and justify my comment. I have every right to feel this way after all the horrendous massacres the iranians have committed.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 9:10 pm

  35. Of course b, I do have a connection. You have a right to an opinion, and this is your blog.

    There is not an Arab nation that has not massacred when it suited them. Jewish Arabs, Lebanese Arabs, Palestinian Arabs, Iraqi Arabs, Turkish Arabs, Iranian Arabs, Syrian Arabs etc. etc. You get the picture?

    There is no point in more hatred and more killing. It is a vicious never ending circle. Someone has to be brave enough to stop. Who is brave?

    Comment by Angel — December 6, 2007 @ 9:20 pm

  36. Angel, self defense is completely different to an unprovoked attack. The ones who have to be brave enough to stop are the ones carrying out the massacres. You can’t tell someone to stop when they are defending themselves and i am not justifying any massacres committed in the past but that also doesn’t justify the massacres being committed now.
    Re Arab Jews, maybe you should have a look at this.

    “I write this article
    for the same reason I wrote my book:
    to tell the American people,
    and especially American Jews,
    that Jews from Islamic lands did not emigrate
    willingly to Israel; that, to force them to leave,
    Jews killed Jews; and that,
    to buy time to confiscate ever more Arab lands,
    Jews on numerous occasions
    rejected genuine peace initiatives
    from their Arab neighbors.
    I write about what the first prime minister of Israel called “cruel Zionism.”
    I write about it because I was part of it.”

    http://www.inminds.co.uk/jews-of-iraq.html

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 9:30 pm

  37. “There is not an Arab nation that has not massacred when it suited them.”

    Do you mean to tell me the american puppets?

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 9:32 pm

  38. ““There is not an Arab nation that has not massacred when it suited them.””

    That is a brilliant point you mention btw, it proves even more how the Arabs have been massacred not only by outside powers but also by treacherous american puppets. I honestly don’t think any other race has suffered as much in the last 100 years as the Arabs have and are still.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 9:35 pm

  39. Angel, did you know the shia hate Sunnis the most? More than any other group of people. Watch how their shite mullahs call for the death of every Sunni, even one saying something like if a Sunni asks for your daughters hand, you give him a dagger splitting him in two. I have for years not agreed to get into this sectarian BS but after EVERYTHING (too long a list to list now but more prepared to go into at a later time if you want) that has happened, enough is enough.
    Trying to be politically correct while my brethren are massacred is not an option.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 9:50 pm

  40. sorry here is the link to that video, got carried away with my last comment.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 9:50 pm

  41. No, probably not, they are long suffering.

    Really, though. Arabs are slaughtering themselves, pre and post puppeteering. There has got to be a point in time when they face eachother and put the old grievances aside, however hard it may be.

    If this does not happen soon, Mr and Mrs Average are going to turn their back on the Middle East, and give up on them all together. That has already started happening, have you noticed? Then what?

    Comment by Angel — December 6, 2007 @ 10:01 pm

  42. “Arabs are slaughtering themselves, pre and post puppeteering.”

    Give me one example of pre or post puppetry. Remembering of course that the turks ruled prior to the colonials.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 10:03 pm

  43. Angel, Mr and Mrs average have never given a fuck about the Arab world, please don’t make that mistake. They never have and never will and that in itself makes my disdain for the west even greater.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 10:05 pm

  44. Sure you have people like Greg but Greg is not Mr average, unfortunately not many Gregs around.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 10:07 pm

  45. Sorry Greg but wordpress has this inbuilt spam filter which sends comments with more than one link to moderation and i just noticed this comment.

    “Here’s a sampling of what some Zionists in Israel are saying about the US-Israel relationship:

    “The only factor that matters is appeasement: appeasing our enemies on both sides of the line – the Americans and the Arabs.”

    “Make no mistake. The Americans are enemies. Under the leadership of Condoleezza Rice and Bush (in that order), the United States has been transformed into one of Israel’s most dangerous foes. The policies being forced down our throats, including abandonment of virtually all of Judea and Samaria, as well as Jerusalem, is only the beginning. The Golan Heights are not far behind.”

    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/7588

    Sure didn’t take long for our “bestest” buddies in the ME, Israel, to turn on its #1 benefactor and provider of money, weapons and political backing.

    All because they didn’t like the Iran NIE that came out and said Iran was NOT making nukes.

    The hard-core Zionists are crying in their Mogan David wine, even thinking the unthinkable: They might have to give back what they stole from Syria–the Golan Heights– in Israel’s 1967 War of Aggression.

    Zionist anger could turn into a rage that won’t be quelled by oodles and boodles of more US tax money to the Khazars. They might decide to lash out at the U.S. and attack us again, like they did in 1967’s attack on the USS Liberty and their complicity in the 2001 attack on New York and Washington.

    Or they might get pissed enough to invoke the “Samson” option on the world and bring down Armageddon on us all.

    Heck, Israel, you know what always cheers you up? Sending out some of your ZOF (Zionist Occupation Force) Goon Squads to shoot some Palestinian kids in the head.

    Or another fav: Invading Lebanon and bombing them back to the Stone Age…er, uh, guess after your murderous Summer of 2006 bombing campaign against Lebanon, another one would just make the rubble bounce…Hell, that’s no fun for those crazy Zionist party monsters.

    Hey!!! How about cutting off the power to Gaza hospitals? That’s always good for some hearty laughs at Likudnik gatherings. Nooooo?

    Hmmmm.

    Deny the food and medicine that Gaza needs to survive from entering the Strip? That should put a smile on your Zionist mug!!!!!”

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 10:12 pm

  46. hmmm, maybe it’s comments with even just one link. Doesn’t make sense considering what i read when i was presented with the spam filter page.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 10:14 pm

  47. B, you live in the West. If your disdain is so great….? Why do you live here, where you are safe and not likely to be killed by an Israeli bullet?

    I don’t want to argue with you, I would much rather be on Janice’s blog having fun, but seeing you are a stirrer!

    Comment by Angel — December 6, 2007 @ 10:19 pm

  48. Angel, do you know what my ancestory is? I belong here more than any white person.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 10:21 pm

  49. I was under the impression you were of Palestinian descent? The thing about your brothers, remember?

    Comment by Angel — December 6, 2007 @ 10:30 pm

  50. Brothers and sisters but no not Palestinian but Lebanese and wait for it….
    Koori. I am kinda surprised you didn’t know that.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 10:34 pm

  51. No, I have never heard it mentioned before.

    You have it bad on both sides of the coin. I do have messenger, so how about you and Janice join me there?

    Comment by Angel — December 6, 2007 @ 10:37 pm

  52. Add me barabiewar@hotmail.com

    Re both sides, try Arab/Koori/Muslim/Lesbian/Female.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 10:48 pm

  53. Janice, you add me too.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 10:50 pm

  54. Janice, i cant because i don’t have that old email addy.

    Comment by barabie — December 6, 2007 @ 11:12 pm

  55. Thats ok

    I’m on messenger at the mo

    Comment by Janice — December 6, 2007 @ 11:17 pm

  56. On December 5, the CIA’s director, General Michael V. Hayden, issued a statement disclosing that in 2005 at least two videotapes of interrogations with al Qaeda prisoners were destroyed. The tapes, which the CIA did not provide to either the 9/11 Commission, nor to a federal court in the case of Zacarias Moussaoui, were destroyed, claimed Hayden, to protect the safety of undercover operatives.

    Hayden did not disclose one of the al Qaeda suspects whose tapes were destroyed. But he did identify the other. It was Abu Zubaydah, the top ranking terror suspect when he was tracked and captured in Pakistan in 2003. In September 2006, at a press conference in which he defended American interrogation techniques, President Bush also mentioned Abu Zubaydah by name. Bush acknowledged that Zubaydah, who was wounded when captured, did not initially cooperate with his interrogators, but that eventually when he did talk, his information was, according to Bush, “quite important.”

    That man was Prince Ahmed bin Salman bin Abdul-Aziz, one of King Fahd’s nephews, and the chairman of the largest Saudi publishing empire. Later, American investigators would determine that Prince Ahmed had been in the U.S. on 9/11.

    American interrogators used painkillers to induce Zubaydah to talk — they gave him the meds when he cooperated, and withdrew them when he was quiet. They also utilized a thiopental sodium drip (a so-called truth serum). Several hours after he first fingered Prince Ahmed, his captors challenged the information, and said that since he had disparaged the Saudi royal family, he would be executed. It was at that point that some of the secrets of 9/11 came pouring out. In a short monologue, that one investigator told me was the “Rosetta Stone” of 9/11, Zubaydah laid out details of how he and the al Qaeda hierarchy had been supported at high levels inside the Saudi and Pakistan governments.

    He named two other Saudi princes, and also the chief of Pakistan’s air force, as his major contacts. Moreover, he stunned his interrogators, by charging that two of the men, the King’s nephew, and the Pakistani Air Force chief, knew a major terror operation was planned for America on 9/11.

    Huffington Post

    Comment by Greg Bacon — December 9, 2007 @ 6:01 am

  57. Layla Anwar believes in the HoloHOAX !!!!!!!!!

    Comment by shocked — December 10, 2007 @ 6:16 am

  58. Is the HoloHOAX the same as the Holocaust™?

    Holocaust™ copyright is enforced by the Jewish law of Halacha and violators will face sanctions from our representatives in the MOSSAD.

    For those living overseas, who violate the Holocaust™ copyright, they will receive a visit from several of our agents in the middle of the night. As we tend to use machine guns and grenades when bursting in, unannounced, to homes at 3 a.m., we are not responsible for any and all of your family members who either get shot or blown to pieces.

    Those living in the Middle East, who violate the Holocaust™ copyright, will receive an American made “smart bomb”, delivered by an American made F-16. This delivery usually will happen around supper time, when members of your family and maybe some friends are at your house.
    This guarantees the biggest bang for our American buck.

    As stated above, we are not responsible for any extraneous deaths associated with our enforcement of the Holocaust™ copyright.

    Yours truly, the peace loving nation of Israel.

    Comment by Greg Bacon — December 10, 2007 @ 7:01 am

  59. I want to kill Iraqi Mojo.

    Comment by anti-mojo — December 10, 2007 @ 10:39 am

  60. TWO ASSHEAD’S REGULARS, NAMELY US MARINE AND TRUE EX MARINE, ARE ACTUALLY NONE ELSE BUT LAYLA ANWAR INCOGNITO.

    Comment by the truth — December 20, 2007 @ 9:57 am

  61. Benazir Bhutto is just another victim of the rock-worshipping death-cult.

    Got Moslems? Get coffins.

    Comment by Anonymous — December 28, 2007 @ 6:41 pm

  62. Another year without “Palestine”.

    Just like last year.

    Just like next year.

    :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+: :+:

    Comment by Anonymous — January 1, 2008 @ 6:23 am

  63. Happy New Year Barabie 🙂

    Comment by Janice — January 2, 2008 @ 1:14 am

  64. barabie hi how are u long time no hear.

    wizard

    Comment by Anonymous — January 4, 2008 @ 1:43 am

  65. Barabie, please come back or else…

    FROM THE WINDOW I SHALL THROW MYSELF OFF TO YOU. FROM THE WINDOW…

    Comment by as'ad — January 4, 2008 @ 6:31 am

  66. funny
    wizard

    Comment by Anonymous — January 4, 2008 @ 8:57 am

  67. Since someone posted this over at AA, I thought you’d want it here too:

    http://video.nbc5i.com/player/?id=200651

    Enjoy!

    Comment by Anonymous — January 4, 2008 @ 7:31 pm

  68. Sana saida watamaniyati an yashmala asilm kola l3alame.
    Wa atamana lmawt lisahayina.

    Comment by Steven Rix — January 5, 2008 @ 8:27 am

  69. Hi.

    I like your blog.

    What does your nick “bARABie” means exactly ?

    Take care.

    Comment by grace — January 17, 2008 @ 3:41 am


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