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FucusaIraq öljy ISIS SyyriaLuonut: FucusaTorstai 22.09.2016 07:55

1. Usa hyökkää ryöstämään Irakin öljyn, 1,5 miljoonaa irakilaista (Sunni muslimeja ja todennäköisesti tulevia "kapinallisia" eli ISIS teroja) saa turvapaikan Assadin Syyriasta.

2. Usa asettaa Iraqin nukkehallituksen joka myy öljysopimukset
alehintaan ulkomaisille öljy-yhtiöille

3. Usa kokee jatkuvaa vastarintaa, poistuu maasta, mutta jättää 50.000 sotilasta ja Cian tukikohdan

4. Kissinger luovuttaa West Qurna-2 öljykentän Venäjälle

5. "Syntyy" ISIS, jonka johtajaksi paljastuu moSSad/Cia agentti Israelin juutalainen Simon Elliot

6. ISIS lähetetään Syyriaan?? (öljyputki Irakista Välimerelle) perustamaan Caliphaattia??

7. Usa, ISrael, Turkki ja Saudi-Arabia tukee ja aseistaa ISIS-terroristeja

8. Venäjä tulee mukaan uutena pelaajana pommittamaan ISIS teroja

9. ISIS terot tapetaan, loput pakenee turvapaikanhakijoiksi Eurooppaan

10. Usa tekee Suomen kanssa sopimuksen 36.000 ISIS teron vastaanottamisesta "turvapaikanhakijoina" (optio + 10.000 teroa)

11. Syyriaan tulee pikkuhiljaa rauha, Venäjä, ISrael ja Usa jakavat jälleenrakennusurakat, mukaan lukien öljyputken rakentaminen Irakin öljykentiltä Välimerelle. Euroopan hallitukset, hyväuskoisina, yhteistuumin rahoittavat osan hankkeista sadoilla miljoonilla euroilla

12. WIN WIN, Usa/Israel/Venäjä koalitio sai öljyputken Välimerelle ja pääsivät eroon suuresta osaa Irakin vastarintataistelijoista, nurkassa istuu Eurooppa aasinlakki päässä ihmetellen Venäjä boikotteja ja muita kummallisuuksia.

Raportti: Miehittäjät kaappaavat Irakin öljyvarat
julkaistu 29.11.2005 klo 14:54, päivitetty 29.10.2008 klo 17:22
(YLE24, Lähde: AP Graphics Bank)
Yhdysvallat, Britannia sekä niissä toimivat öljy-yhtiöt ovat saamassa määräysvallan valtaosasta Irakin öljyvarannoista, kertoo öljyalaa seuraavien kansalaisjärjestöjen raportti Crude Designs: The Rip-Off of Iraq's Oil Wealth.

Varapääministeri Ahmad Chalabi on järjestöjen tietojen mukaan hyväksymässä yhtiöiden esittämän mallin, joka olisi Irakille erittäin epäedullinen.

Raportin mukaan Irak sitoutuisi sopimukseen, jossa yhtiöille taattaisiin 42 - 162 prosentin voittomarginaali, vaikka normaali tavoite on noin 12 prosenttia. Irak menettäisi jopa 164 miljardin dollarin öljytulot.

http://www.iltalehti.fi/ulkomaat/2016092122352353_ul.shtml

Trump haluaa Irakin öljyn: "Se ei ole varastamista vaan vahingonkorvaus"

Näytteleekö Trump tyhmää, vai onko tosi, ettei kukaan ole kertonut tälle idiootille, että Irakin öljyt on jo moneen kertaan ryöstetty ja myytykin.

Vai yrittääkö Trump "legitimoida" Irakin öljynryöstön jälkikäteen.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=yuC_4mGTs98

Tämä kirjoitus on tällä hetkellä Suomi24 portaalin sensuroiduin kirjoitus.

A-styleTURKU ❤ ÅBOLuonut: A-stylePerjantai 14.08.2015 15:53

Olishan se kiva jos vapaa-aikaan sisältyisi muutakin kuin kotona istumista tai kaupungilla yksin pyörimistä. Huomenna vois mennä käväsemään shamrockcafen after fork buffetissa (fb:ssä on tarjous). Elättelin jotain toivoa että jos löytyisi kavereita tätä kautta, mutta tämähän on irc-galleria.... :D Voi minua.

SoffiiaROAWRLuonut: SoffiiaTorstai 10.07.2014 17:29

Jeeee oli mahtava Ruisrock !
Children Of Bodomin keikalla keskellä eturiviä, kuolla siihen kyllä meinas mut vähän kyynärpäätaktiikkaa käytti niin hengissä selvittiin. B)
Ja sainpahan vielä Lost Societyn jäseneltä grillatun maissin sillä keikalla!
David Guettan keikka oli jotain tajunnanräjäyttävää! Päästiin Amandan kanssa kuluttaa kaikki viimeinenkin ylimääräinen energia sinne, ja meinasin saada lievän paskahalvauksen kun siinä jonkun randomin olkapäillä koitin pysyä sen ihmispaljouden keskellä. :D

Ja nyt huomenna suuntana Helzinki Hardstyleee! AAAH en jaksais millää venailla !

Ja ens viikon viikonloppuna (19.7) Eclipse Turun klubilla, joten sinne kaikki ! ;)

Hulluu heinäkuuta vaan kaikille !

PostimiesTurkuvitsiLuonut: PostimiesSunnuntai 06.04.2014 17:23

Nissan-liikkeeseen tuli turkulainen ostamaan autoa. Automyyjä tuli apuun esittelemään autoja ja sanoi:
- Tää tässä on Sunny.
Turkulaisen suu loksahti auki:
- Jaa, onk tää mun ny?

and_retulkaa kattoo ! :)Luonut: and_reKeskiviikko 23.10.2013 00:11

SEURAAVAT KEIKAT.

2.11 Pori - rock bar monttu
9.11 Helsinki - club liberte w/ cheo ja blind channel
30.11 Turku - panimo (IKÄRAJATON)

FB sivulla lisätietoo ;)
Rabbi Jitchak Shapiro antaa luvan tappaa ei-juutalaisia -olivatpa he aikuisia, lapsia tai vauvoja- sillä perusteella että heistä SAATTAA olla uhka juutalaisille!
Kirja on noussut Best-Selleriksi Israelissa!


http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/2.209/the-king-s-torah-a-rabbinic-text-or-a-call-to-terror-1.261930

The King's Torah: a rabbinic text or a call to terror?
Prohibition 'Thou Shalt Not Murder' applies only 'to a Jew who kills a Jew,' write Rabbis Yitzhak Shapira and Yosef Elitzur.

The marble-patterned, hardcover book embossed with gold Hebrew letters looks like any other religious commentary you'd find in an Orthodox Judaica bookstore - but reads like a rabbinic instruction manual outlining acceptable scenarios for killing non-Jewish babies, children and adults.

The prohibition 'Thou Shalt Not Murder' applies only "to a Jew who kills a Jew," write Rabbis Yitzhak Shapira and Yosef Elitzur of the West Bank settlement of Yitzhar. Non-Jews are "uncompassionate by nature" and attacks on them "curb their evil inclination," while babies and children of Israel's enemies may be killed since "it is clear that they will grow to harm us."

"The King's Torah (Torat Hamelech), Part One: Laws of Life and Death between Israel and the Nations," a 230-page compendium of Halacha, or Jewish religious law, published by the Od Yosef Chai yeshiva in Yitzhar, garnered a front-page exposé in the Israeli tabloid Ma'ariv, which called it the stuff of "Jewish terror."

Now, the yeshiva is in the news again, with a January 18 raid on Yitzhar by more than 100 Israeli security officials who forcibly entered Od Yosef Chai and arrested 10 Jewish settlers. The Shin Bet, Israel's domestic security agency, suspects five of those arrested were involved in the torching and vandalizing of a Palestinian mosque last month in the neighboring Palestinian village of Yasuf. The arson provoked an international outcry and condemnation by Israeli religious figures, including Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger, who visited the village to personally voice his regret.

Yet, both Metzger and his Sephardic counterpart, Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar, have declined to comment on the book, which debuted in November, while other prominent rabbis have endorsed it - among them, the son of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, Sephardic Jewry's preeminent leader. Also, despite the precedent set by previous Israeli attorneys general in the last decade and a half to file criminal charges against settler rabbis who publish commentaries supporting violence against non-Jews, Attorney General Menachem Mazuz has so far remained mum about "The King's Torah."

"Sometimes the public arena deals with the phenomenon and things become settled by themselves," Justice Ministry spokesman Moshe Cohen told the Forward.

A coalition of religious Zionist groups, the "Twelfth of Heshvan," named after the Hebrew date of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's assassination, has asked Israel's Supreme Court to order Mazuz to confiscate the books and arrest its authors.

"You open the book, and you feel that you read a halachic book. And it's a trap," said Gadi Gvaryahu, a religious Jewish educator who heads the coalition. It was, in fact, "a guidebook [on] how to kill," he charged.

Family members who answered phone calls placed to the homes of both authors said they did not wish to comment.

In 2008, author Shapira was suspected of involvement in a crude rocket attack directed at a Palestinian village. Israeli police investigated but made no arrests.

Co-author Elitzur wrote an article in a religious bulletin a month after the book's release saying that "the Jews will win with violence against the Arabs."

In 2003, the head of the Od Yosef Chai yeshiva, Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh, was charged by then-Attorney General Elyakim Rubinstein with incitement to racism for authoring a book calling Arabs a "cancer."

In 2006-2007, the Israeli Ministry of Education gave about a quarter of a million dollars to the yeshiva, and in 2007-2008 the yeshiva received about $28,000 from the American nonprofit Central Fund of Israel.

"The King's Torah" reflects a fringe viewpoint held by a minority of rabbis in the West Bank, said Avinoam Rosenak, a Hebrew University professor specializing in settler theology. Asher Cohen, a Bar Ilan University political science professor, thought its influence would be "zero" because it appeals only to extreme ideologues.

But the book's wide dissemination and the enthusiastic endorsements of prominent rabbis have spotlighted what might have otherwise remained an isolated commentary.

At the entrance to Moriah, a large Jewish bookstore steps from the Western Wall, copies of "The King's Torah" were displayed with children?s books and other halachic commentaries. The store manager, who identified himself only as Motti, said the tome has sold "excellently."

Other stores carrying the book include Robinson Books, a well-known, mostly secular bookshop in a hip Tel Aviv shopping district; Pomeranz Bookseller, a major Jewish book emporium near the Ben Yehuda mall in downtown Jerusalem; and Felhendler, a Judaica store on the main artery of secular Rehovot, home of the Weizmann Institute.

The yeshiva declined to comment on publication statistics. But Itzik, a Tel Aviv-area book distributor hired by the yeshiva who declined to give his last name because of the book's nature, said the yeshiva had sold 1,000 copies to individuals and bookstores countrywide. He said an additional 1,000 copies were now being printed.

Mendy Feldheim, owner of Feldheim Publishers, Israel's largest Judaica publishing house, said he considered this a "nice" sales figure for a tome of rabbinic Halacha in Israel. He said his own company, which distributes to 200 bookstores nationwide, is not distributing "The King's Torah" because the book's publishers did not approach the company.

Prominent religious figures wrote letters of endorsement that preface the book. Rabbi Yaakov Yosef, son of former Sephardic Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, blessed the authors and wrote that many "disciples of Torah are unfamiliar with these laws." The elder Yosef has not commented on his son's statement.

Dov Lior, chief rabbi of Kiryat Arba and a respected figure among many mainstream religious Zionists, noted that the book is "very relevant especially in this time."

Rabbi Zalman Nechemia Goldberg, one of the country's most respected rabbinic commentators, initially endorsed the book, but rescinded his approval a month after its release, saying that the book includes statements that "have no place in human intelligence."

A handful of settler rabbis echoed Goldberg's censure, including Shlomo Aviner, chief rabbi of Beit El and head of Yeshivat Ateret Yerushalayim, who said he had "no patience" to read the book, and spoke out against it to his students.

Previously, Israel has arrested settler rabbis who publish commentaries supporting the killing of non-Jews. In addition to Ginsburgh, the Od Yosef Chai yeshiva head, in 1994, the government jailed Rabbi Ido Elba of Hebron for writing a 26-page article proclaiming it a "mitzva to kill every non-Jew from the nation that is fighting the Jew, even women and children."

"The atmosphere has changed," said Yair Sheleg, senior researcher at the Israel Democracy Institute, who specializes in issues of religion and state. Previous governments took a tougher stance against such publications, he said, but "paradoxically, because the tension between the general settler population and the Israeli judicial system is high now, the attorney general is careful not to heighten the tension."

It is not uncommon for some settler rabbis, in the unique conditions of West Bank settlement life, to issue religious decrees, or psakim, that diverge from normative Jewish practice. In 2008, Avi Gisser, considered a moderate rabbi from the settlement of Ofra, ruled that Jews may violate Sabbath laws and hire non-Jews to build hilltop settlements. And In 2002, Yediot Aharanot reported that former Israeli Chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu sanctioned Jewish harvesting of Palestinian-owned olive trees.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtUqsfFtF_U&list=UUJGLxCmH-RV0VfZYsfWdPuA&feature=c4-overview

Mark Dankof - Israeli involvement in the 9/11 attacks

GAYLAAMAreissumiäs ;3Luonut: GAYLAAMATiistai 02.07.2013 14:52

vihdoin ja viimein pääsen tän kesän ensimmäiselle reissulle,turkuun nimittäin ;D pitäis vaa viikko viel venaa mut eiköhä se hurahda nopeesti ;D
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