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  1. 23 Nov '09 08:35 / 1 edit
    is this guy right?

    http://rogerpielkejr.blogspot.com/2009/11/cru-gate-climate-conspiracy-or-much-ado.html#comments

    eric144 said... 57

    turboblocke #48

    I am British too. My reading of modern history tells men that most of the major events were carried out in Britain while blaming the Americans.

    For example. The destruction of the Russian economy apparently by Soros, Sache et al was really the work of the Rothschild family in Britain. That was revealed in The Times when Yukos boss Khodorkovsky went to jail and his shares defaulted to Lord Rothschild.

    The Iraq war was fought on the basis of ridiculous MI6 lies who then blamed the Americans in the manufactured 'Downing Street document'. The Iranian foreign minister and government blame Britain for Iraq and the recent trouble in Iran, not the Americans. Blair (in a radio interview)said he took the Americans into Iraq, not the reverse.

    The three banks who's fall started the financial crisis. Northern Rock, Lehman Brothers and AIG were brought down by British actions, despite Gordon Brown blaming it on local American difficulties. The AIG cds operation was run out of London in an orgy of regulation free criminal lunacy. The British government rejected a last minute Barclays bid for Lehmans on very trivial grounds. That finished it and triggered the global financial crisis.
  2. Standard member Seitse
    Doug Stanhope
    23 Nov '09 08:42
    Anglocentrism.

    Just say no.
  3. 23 Nov '09 09:05
    no wonder the globe's warming! they've been looking at the wrong axis!
  4. Standard member Seitse
    Doug Stanhope
    23 Nov '09 09:08
    I told you once and I won't repeat it: Guatemala is secretly running the world.
  5. Subscriber FMF
    a.k.a. John W Booth
    23 Nov '09 11:35 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by zeeblebot
    is this guy right?

    http://rogerpielkejr.blogspot.com/2009/11/cru-gate-climate-conspiracy-or-much-ado.html#comments

    eric144 said... [...] That finished it and triggered the global financial crisis.
    So, who exactly is this eric144?
  6. 23 Nov '09 11:38
    put your keen homing instincts to the hunt.
  7. Standard member shavixmir
    Guppy poo
    23 Nov '09 14:02
    Originally posted by zeeblebot
    is this guy right?

    http://rogerpielkejr.blogspot.com/2009/11/cru-gate-climate-conspiracy-or-much-ado.html#comments

    eric144 said... 57

    turboblocke #48

    I am British too. My reading of modern history tells men that most of the major events were carried out in Britain while blaming the Americans.

    For example. The destruction of the R ...[text shortened]... Lehmans on very trivial grounds. That finished it and triggered the global financial crisis.
    Only so much time...


    GOOD EFFING GRIEF!
    The MI6 dossier only carried weight in getting Britain to join the Iraq war. It had nothing to do with the Americans, Colin Powel and the UN or anyone else's involvement.
  8. 23 Nov '09 22:58
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/September_Dossier

    The privately Blair-appointed Butler Commission, whose own report was issued after the aforementioned public investigation, concluded that the report Saddam's government was seeking uranium in Africa appeared credible:

    a. It is accepted by all parties that Iraqi officials visited Niger in 1999.

    b. The British government had intelligence from several different sources indicating that this visit was for the purpose of acquiring uranium. Since uranium constitutes almost three-quarters of Niger's exports, the intelligence was credible.

    c. The evidence was not conclusive that Iraq actually purchased, as opposed to having sought, uranium, and the British government did not claim this.[8]
  9. 23 Nov '09 23:10
    BLAME CANADA !

    They're not even a real country anyway
  10. Subscriber FMF
    a.k.a. John W Booth
    24 Nov '09 00:00
    Originally posted by zeeblebot
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/September_Dossier

    The privately Blair-appointed Butler Commission, whose own report was issued after the aforementioned public investigation, concluded that the report Saddam's government was seeking uranium in Africa appeared credible:

    a. It is accepted by all parties that Iraqi officials visited Niger in 1999.

    ...[text shortened]... hased, as opposed to having sought, uranium, and the British government did not claim this.[8]
    1. Launch a Public Enquiry

    2. It makes a report with findings that politicians don't like

    3. Politicians commission a Review of the report

    4. The Terms Of Reference for this Review guarantee that the findings will be to the politicians' liking

    5. The Review makes a report with findings that are to the politicians' liking
  11. 24 Nov '09 00:01
    did you understand a, b, c above?
  12. Subscriber FMF
    a.k.a. John W Booth
    24 Nov '09 00:09
    Originally posted by zeeblebot
    did you understand a, b, c above?
    Yes. I did.

    But it seems you didn't understand my post.

    Nor do you understand the British political machine. Apparently.

    And nor do you realize the utter contempt in which the Butler Review was, and is, held.