Friday, May 21, 2010

Rand Paul, Admiral Blair, Korea, Serykh, Google

Rand Paul

Rand Paul is the son of Ron Paul.

Rand Paul is standing for the US Senate.

The American Spectator tells us about Rand Paul and Israel

The positions Rand Paul is taking as a Republican Senate candidate in Kentucky 'differ from those of his father, Rep. Ron Paul, a harsh critic of U.S.-Israel ties.'

According to Rand Paul:

"Israel and the United States have a special relationship.

"With our shared history and common values, the American and Israeli people have formed a bond that unites us across the many thousands of miles between our countries and calls us to work together towards peace and prosperity for our countries."

Rand supports free trade with Israel, calls for divestment from Iran, and "strongly objects to the arrogant approach of (the) Obama administration" toward the peace process.

"Only Israel can decide what is in her security interest, not America and certainly not the United Nations," says Rand Paul.

Will the Real Rand Paul Please Stand Up?

Blair

Why was US spy chief Dennis Blair sacked?

"Dennis Blair has been outspoken about reining in the C.I.A.'s covert activities, citing their propensity to backfire and tarnish America’s image." (Facing a Rift, US Spy Chief to Step Down)

Things have been going badly in India (HEADLEY AND CIA LINKED TO RAJNEESH CULT)

And IRAN CAUGHT AN AMERICAN BACKED TERRORIST?.

And, Admiral Dennis Blair was fired immediately after the Brazil-Turkey-Iran deal. (Another realist gone)


Children performing at Kindergarten, Pyongyang - Mannen av börd

"North Korean submarines are not stealthy enough to penetrate heavily guarded South Korean waters at night and remain undetected by the highly touted anti-submarine warfare units of the American and South Korean forces." - North Korea sees US role in Cheonan sinking




Mr Serykh has vanished from the news.

"Your search - Serykh - did not match any documents."

There were no results matching the query.

serykh - Tags - The Daily Record

Indonesia

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In fact, aangirfan is worth zero.

This is because Google does not allow adverts on sites like Aangirfan.

8 comments:

Frank said...

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No, man, it's priceless.

They only mean the speculators haven't found a way to leech you yet. BUT they're working on it.

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kenny's sideshow said...

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su said...

i just can't get why he was fired when he could so easily be suicided.

i once was naive.

chuckyman said...

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Anon said...

Many thanks for all the comments.

- Aangirfan

chuckyman said...

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