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Don't be silly, Syed.

Syria, North Korea and Pakistan don't have oil.

Now South America...that Chavez guy is sitting on quite a bit...

Hmmmmmm


"Jamie, get Condi on the blower!"




> Syria is it now? Yes another fit case for US occupation. We have to take
> them out. And North Korea too should be punished for this. If there's
> enough troops sitting in Japan and South Korea, why not let them take out
> NK as well. Then Iran, for its cheek. Followed by Pakistan, unless of
> course they let our chosen dictator stay on.
>
> Guess you should just occupy the whole of Middle East, followed by East
> Asia, .. then I think South America.. Having more war budget than rest of
> the world combined does have some advantages.
>
> Syed A Masroor
> Consulting Structural Engineer
> Karachi, Pakistan
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Michel Blangy <mblangy(--nospam--at)satco-inc.com>
> Date: Thursday, April 24, 2008 9:38 pm
> Subject: RE: ITEM: Oregon State Climatologist "Wasn't Purged" for His
> Views
>
>> What if today's news about Syria proves true? Would that be sufficient
>> evidence to prompt gaining a foothold in the region? Syria is not
>> doing this
>> because of Bush or the Neo-Cons.
>>
>>
>>
>> > Mr. Bush and the Neo-Cons got us into a
>> > pre-emptive war
>> > Based on falsified intelligence, that's all.
>>
>>
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