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Tom Tencredo – Another Terrorist Running for President.

Posted by QB on August 5, 2007

Tom Tencredo is one more terrorist running for 2008 President besides Barak Obama, Hilary Clinton, John McCain, Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani. Tom Tencredo SOB why you believe that you are better than Osama Bin Laden. Bombing Mecca will not resolve the problem you retard, the Islamic Militant will respond by attacking Vatican and your holy shrines in Jerusalam. These SOBs love to create controversy to get media attention for their political purposes without knowing that these type of irresponsible statements make life very difficult for Arab Christians living in Middle East and other Muslim countries.

Sure go ahead nuke Mecca and I am sure custodian of this site Saudi Royal family is US puppet and slaves and they don’t have the courage to save it. There is no chance that we can see peace on earth with all the head of states of the world are idiots.


Posted in Al Qaeda, Al Qaida, Christianity, Evangelicals, Islam, Politics, Presidential Race 2008, Saudi Arabia | 2 Comments »

Afghanistan & Iraq.

Posted by QB on July 29, 2007

Iraq situation is as very bad for US occupation after four years with no hope of any improvements in near future. Bush regime blame their failures on Syria, Iran and now Saudi Arabia for their failed policy of invasion and Pakistan for Afghanistan failure. It is really hard to believe that the whole Bush regime consists of idiots who did not know the consequences of Iraq and Afghanistan invasion. The majority of people know that Bush is an idiot brain damage due to drug and alcohol abuse in his earlier life but it is really hard to believe that his whole cabinet did not analyze the consequences of removing Saddam Hussein and Afghanistan invasion. What is happening in Iraq and Afghanistan is exactly according to my analysis before war. The majority of my American friends were happy full of pride with easy victory when Taliban disappeared leaving Kabul open for Northern Alliance and US troops. When I told them that this is not victory and end of war but it is just beginning of war they all looked at me like someone complete crazy. The Americans friends were quick to celebrate the Iraq victory as well when they captured Baghdad without any resistance and again when I told them that this is just the beginning of long war they thought I have completely lost my mind.

Bush job approval rating that time was in high seventies and the war support was equally high over seventy percent. It took some months for Iraqi resistance to organize and start their fighting against US occupation which were called by Bush, Dick and Rumsfeld as dead enders, terrorists, Saddam Hussein Bathists, people who hate freedom and democracy and majority of Americans believed and supported government.

Afghanistan went into background with main stream media focus on Iraq. The other reason for Afghanistan going into background was that Taliban did not immediately get organized which according to me was because they were not in hurry and don’t wanted to start their resistance without complete planning and organization. It look like they have done their home work and gaining strength in Afghanistan with support from North Western Frontier Province. Bush blame this on Pakistan and Pervez Musharraf, putting pressure on his government “to do more” in his “war on terror” which is necessary for the security of US. Bush retard do not realize that Pervez Musharraf can’t do anything more what he has already done without risking the security of his own country. Pervez Musharraf come in power with very popular public support and he has lost all his support fighting Bush “war on terror” bombing and killing civilians in North WesternFrontier Province. Pervez Musharraf meeting with yesterday with Benazir Bhutto in Dubai look like Bush regime new strategy to bring her back as Prime Minister and announce new elections date to calm down public anger and opposition against government. Benazir Bhutto very corrupt politician love power and will do anything to keep her in power even if she had to kill hundreds of thousands people. The only problem is that she can’t aggressively pursue Bush policies with majority of public opposition, growing anti Military sentiments in Pakistan. Pakistan Military will not agree to take any Military action for the fear of losing its respect and credibility. Bush regime will have hard time understanding this and they might make one more stupid mistake of crossing Pakistan border which will open new front for US troops.

Iraq failures are blamed on Iran, Syria and now Saudi Arabia. Bush stupid invasion and overthrowing Saddam Hussein government has changed power in favor of Iran which Sunni Arab government see as growing threat for for their governments. Iran has Syrian Shiite government support and in Lebanon have the backing of Hezbollah. Iraq puppet Nuri Al Maliki government has close relations with Iranian which will further strengthen after US troops withdrawal. Saudi Royal family fear that Iran Iraq might start revolution movement in their country, so they actually are trying to protect their own interests with financing Iraqi Sunni Resistance to fight against Nuri Al Maliki Shiite government.

Codoleezza Rice will try to gain support of Sunni Arab state, according to news. Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt will agree with her on everything and even issue joint statements to support Bush policies in Middle East, that will be only diplomacy (the correct word for diplomacy is “hypocrisy”). Saudi Arabia will keep funding Sunni Iraqi Resistance to weaken Nuri Al Maliki puppet Shiite government. The other facts which Bush regime hide behind its slogans that this Shiite government is more cruel and brutal than Saddam Hussein, killing Sunnis for their power. Iraqi puppet government is waiting for US troops withdrawal so they can slaughter all the Sunnis. The brain dead US Senators who are proposing division of Iraq into three autonomous regions will not be acceptable for Turkey, Iran and Syria because it will escalate Kurds uprising in their countries.

The end game is near which will not be pretty for US and its superpower image.

Posted in Afghanistan, Al Qaeda, Al Qaida, Asia, Bush, George W. Bush, Iran, Iraq, Middle East, Middle East War, Middle Eastern affairs, Middle Eastern Politics, Musharraf, Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf, Politics, Saddam Hussein, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Taleban, Taliban, War on Terror | 2 Comments »

Saudis back US Iraq strategy as fears grow over Iran’s influence.

Posted by QB on January 17, 2007

Saudi Royal puppets now back US plan for increasing troops in Iraq according to this report by Telegraph because of the increasing influence of Iran and that they see a clear threat to their own oppressive rule because of very large number of Shias in their oil producing region.

Saudis back US Iraq strategy as fears grow over Iran’s influence.

The other news according to FARS News Agency that Ahmadinejad has send letter to Saudi King Abdullah asking to co-operate and stabilise Iraq’s violent situation.

Ahmadinejad’s comments came as Washington is trying to rally its Arab allies and isolate Iran.

“We, Saudis and other neighboring countries can help the Iraqi people to take the lead to consolidate their government’s capability to stabilize and maintain security in their country,” Ahmadinejad told the Saudi-owned satellite television channel.

“I sent a message to King Abdullah in this regard and the answer, generally, was positive,” the Iranian president said in the interview taped Saturday in Venezuela, one of the countries on his Latin American tour.

Iran’s top national security official, Ali Larijani, had delivered a message to Abdullah, the official Saudi Press Agency reported Sunday, but did not reveal its contents.

Iran’s overture to Saudi Arabia appeared to be an attempt to counter American efforts to rally its allies in the region and isolate Tehran.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, ahead of her regional tour, rejected anew proposals for opening a diplomatic dialogue with Iran and Syria as a way to help stabilize Iraq.

She said Iran would demand US concessions on its nuclear program while Damascus would ask for an easing of the US opposition to Syrian policies in Lebanon as a price for cooperation.

Ahmadinejad said the Americans were in “trouble and they are seeking a way to get out of it while ensuring their economic interests and increasing their hegemony over the region.”

Addressing Iran’s nuclear program, Ahmadinejad reiterated that “we are always ready to talk, but if the dialogue is used as a means to impose something which is illegal then they should realize that it is a dead end.”

Iranian officials have said that efforts to make Iran roll back its nuclear activities are not legal because it has the right to a peaceful nuclear program as a signatory to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT). Source : Iranian FARS News Agency

The intelligent approach would be if Saudi Royal puppets extend their support to stabilise Iraq situation instead of issuing irresponsible statements like that Saudi see Iran as bigger threat than Israel. These Middle East puppet rulers must realise the fact that US and UK are playing their most successful policy of “divide and rule” but using their sectarian differences and hatred. The sectarian division can be curbed if not completely eliminated is though the open minded approach which is making decisions based on Qur’an message not hearsay. The problem is that the majority of Sunni and Shia scholars don’t want this to happen because they enjoy the authority over masses with this sectarian division financially and socially.

This is the time when these puppet Middle East rulers had to act intelligently otherwise there will be no Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Amirs of Kuwait, Bahrain, Amirs of UAE if they let the sectarian hatred and division spread out of Iraq. Bush is used by Osama Bin Laden very effectively making him to invade Afghanistan and Iraq and they will work towards Osama Bin Laden agenda of if Saudis and other countries in Middle East keep cooperating with US. The chances are that all these oppressive governments will by overthrown by the people.

Posted in Bush, George W. Bush, Iraq, Middle East, Middle East War, Middle Eastern affairs, Middle Eastern Politics, Muslim World, Osama Bin Laden, Politics, Saddam Hussein, Saudi Arabia, US Politics, USA | 3 Comments »

What’s Good for Saddam May Be Good for Mubarak or the Saudi Royals.

Posted by QB on January 1, 2007

Saddam at the End of a Rope


It was symbolic that 2006 ended with a colonial hanging— most of it (bar the last moments) shown on state television in occupied Iraq. It has been that sort of year in the Arab world. After a trial so blatantly rigged that even Human Rights Watch—the largest single unit of the US Human Rights industry— had to condemn it as a total travesty. Judges were changed on Washington’s orders; defense lawyers were killed and the whole procedure resembled a well-orchestrated lynch mob. Where Nuremberg was a more dignified application of victor’s justice, Saddam’s trial has, till now, been the crudest and most grotesque. The Great Thinker President’s reference to it ‘as a milestone on the road to Iraqi democracy’ as clear an indication as any that Washington pressed the trigger.

The contemptible leaders of the European Union, supposedly hostile to capital punishment, were silent, as usual. And while some Shia factions celebrated in Baghdad, the figures published by a fairly independent establishment outfit, the Iraq Centre for Research and Strategic Studies (its self-description: “which attempts to spread the conscious necessity of realizing basic freedoms, consolidating democratic values and foundations of civil society”) reveal that just under 90 per cent of Iraqis feel the situation in the country was better before it was occupied.

The ICRSC research is based on detailed house-to-house interviewing carried out during the third week of November 2006.
Only five per cent of those questioned said Iraq is better today than in 2003; 89 per cent of the people said the political situation had deteriorated; 79 per cent saw a decline in the economic situation; 12 per cent felt things had improved and 9 per cent said there was no change. Unsurprisingly, 95 per cent felt the security situation was worse than before. Interestingly, about 50 per cent of those questioned identified themselves only as “Muslims”; 34 per cent as Shiites and 14 per cent as Sunnis. Add to this the figures supplied by the UNHCR: 1.6 million Iraqis (7 per cent of the population) have fled the country since March 2003 and 100,000 Iraqis leave every month, Christians, doctors, engineers, women, etc. There are one million in Syria, 750,000 in Jordan, 150,000 in Cairo. These are refugees that do not excite the sympathy of Western public opinion, since the US (and EU backed) occupation is the cause. These are not compared (as was the case in Kosovo) to the atrocities of the Third Reich. Perhaps it was these statistics (and the estimates of a million Iraqi dead) that necessitated the execution of Saddam Hussein?

That Saddam was a tyrant is beyond dispute, but what is conveniently forgotten is that most of his crimes were committed when he was a staunch ally of those who now occupy the country. It was, as he admitted in one of his trial outbursts, the approval of Washington (and the poison gas supplied by West Germany) that gave him the confidence to douse Halabja with chemicals in the midst of the Iran-Iraq war. He deserved a proper trial and punishment in an independent Iraq. Not this. The double standards applied by the West never cease to astonish. Indonesia’s Suharto who presided over a mountain of corpses (At least a million to accept the lowest figure) was protected by Washington. He never annoyed them as much as Saddam.

And what of those who have created the mess in Iraq today? The torturers of Abu Ghraib; the pitiless butchers of Fallujah; the ethnic cleansers of Baghdad, the Kurdish prison boss who boasts that his model is Guantanamo. Will Bush and Blair ever be tried for war crimes? Doubtful. And Aznar, currently employed as a lecturer at Georgetown University in Washington, DC , where the language of instruction is English of which he doesn’t speak a word. His reward is a punishment for the students.

Saddam’s hanging might send a shiver through the collective, if artificial, spine of the Arab ruling elites. If Saddam can be hanged, so can Mubarak, or the Hashemite joker in Amman or the Saudi royals, as long as those who topple them are happy to play ball with Washington.

Tariq Ali’s new book, Pirates of the Caribbean: Axis of Hope, is published by Verso. He can be reached at: tariq.ali3@btinternet.com

Source : Counterpunch.org

Tariq Ali’s another good article only you forget to mention Pervez Musharraf, Amir of Kuwait, Amir of Qatar, Amir of Bahrein, Amir of UAE on your list of elite rulling class. I wish Arabs should realize that they have to take control of their government and they must learn the lesson from Latin America.

Posted in Bush, Egypt, George W. Bush, Iraq, Middle East, Middle East War, Middle Eastern affairs, Middle Eastern Politics, Politics, Saddam Hussein, Saudi Arabia | 1 Comment »

Saudi Arabia criticises Iraq over Saddam execution

Posted by QB on December 30, 2006

RIYADH, Dec 30 (Reuters) – Leading Sunni Arab power Saudi Arabia on Saturday criticised Iraq’s Shi’ite leaders for executing former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein during the Eid al-Adha religious feast, saying his trial had been politicised. “There is a feeling of surprise and disapproval that the verdict has been applied during the holy months and the first days of Eid al-Adha,” a presenter on the official al-Ikhbariya TV said after programming was broken to read a statement. “Leaders of Islamic countries should show respect for this blessed occasion … not demean it,” said the statement, which was attributed to official news agency SPA’s political analyst. “It had been expected that the trial of a former president, who ruled for a considerable length of time, would last longer, … demonstrate more precision, and not be politicised.”

Source: Saudi Arabia reaction.

I am always very critical of Saudi government because of their unconditional support for White House but this statement is very truthful and the Shi’ite Puppet Prime Minister should have showed some repect for their Haj holidays.

Posted in Bush, George W. Bush, Middle East, Middle East War, Middle Eastern affairs, Middle Eastern Politics, Politics, Saddam Hussein, Saudi Arabia, Shias, Sunni, US Politics | 8 Comments »

Saudi Arabia.

Posted by QB on November 28, 2006

I am ignoring all the news related to Iraq and Afghanistan war with all the political manipulation of the situation in these countries by Bush regime and Democrats. I was only paying attention to Latin American elections which goes according to my own wishes with Correa latest win in Ecuador and the next election is not until December 3 in Venezuela and the campaign end there and there will be no political activity until election day.

Today I decided to say few words about Saudi Arabia. I don’t get much news about Saudi Arabia and really have no information what are the social and political issues common Saudis face in their daily life because freedom of speech and freedom of though is banned by the Royal Family. There is a long article in today’s Arab News where Prince Faisal Bin Salman, chairman of the Saudi Research and Marketing Group is emphasizing to have trained and qualified technical staff for print and electronic media with editorial staff. This news story does not make sense to me as I believe there must be plenty of qualified print media professional with great creative minds who are not free to express their point of view because they are not allowed to print anything which goes against the wrong oppressive policies of Saudi Royal Family. The government should give the freedom to press and electronic media to express themselves freely even if goes against the their stupid policies.

The other information which I get is that the roads of Jeddah are in poor conditions from Jeddah Blog. The question is why the roads are in bad shape? Oil prices are at the peek and oil export must be generating trillions of dollars. Where is this money going? I know the answer because Saudi Arabia proudly run hundreds of million dollars campaign on CNN proudly announcing their holdings in US companies to improve its image as friendly faithful nation to Americans.

Saudi Arabia economy is not in so good shape with 15% unemployment rate is clear proof of Royal Family is misusing the oil revenues which is not their own personal property. The oil reserves of the country belongs to the people of Saudi Arabia and the oil export revenue must be used within the country to create jobs for poor common Saudis. These Royal Clowns are so stupid that they don’t know their all holdings will be friezed by US government whenever they fear that the Royal Family will lose their power and this is going to happened sooner or latter.

The chances are that people will at some stage will rise up against this oppressive government and that will be the end of Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia. Royal Family can avoid this fate only be adopting policies which benefit the common Saudis with giving them freedom of speech and freedom of thought. They can remain in power for a long period to come if they just keep the welfare of common Saudis in mind instead of pleasing Bush and White House.

Posted in Bush, George W. Bush, Kuwait, Middle East, Middle East War, Middle Eastern affairs, Middle Eastern Politics, Politics, Saudi Arabia | 2 Comments »

Sharia Laws are based on hearsay.

Posted by QB on September 20, 2006

Sunnis and Shias try to justify all the Sharia Laws which are more based on Old Testament and New Testament with all the illogical senseless stories written in their hadith as the sayings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). These hadith writers had also included hadiths which prescribed death anyone questioning their stupid stories.

  • Stoning to death punishment taken from Old Testament.
  • Hijab head covering taken from Old and New Testament.
  • Judaism dietary laws are taken from Old Testament
  • Death punishment for Apostate taken from Old Testament.
  • Women oppressive laws taken from Old Testament.
  • Beard taken from Old Testament.
  • Circumcision taken from Old Testament.

The punishment for adultery according to Qur’an is lashes in public is to cause humiliation for the crime not to cause without causing any physical harm.

24:2 The woman and the man guilty of adultery or fornication,- flog each of them with a hundred stripes: Let not compassion move you in their case, in a matter prescribed by Allah, if ye believe in Allah and the Last Day: and let a party of the Believers witness their punishment.

The Sunni and Shia Mullahs, Imams, Ayatollahs, Muftis insist to accept these laws without any questions. Saudi Arabia and Iran are two countries who had these laws implemented as the religious Sharia Laws. These laws are clear contradiction of Qur’an and these two main Sects of Islam Sunnism and Shiaism are following it blindly.

Fatwas are religious edicts again based more on hearsay and I really don’t care much about these religious edicts.

Old Testament Stoning to Death Punishments.

Posted in Bible, Fatwas, Iran, Islam, Islam: Hadiths, New Testament, Old Testament, Politics, Quran, Religion, Saudi Arabia | 2 Comments »


Posted by QB on September 19, 2006

Voice of reason and wisdom. Will write his analysis of Iran and US nuclear issue.

This interview was conducted by CNN Senior National Correspondent John Roberts on Anderson 360 last night.

John asked Brzezinsky about the consequences of Iran war.

Brzezinsky reponse. “I think it would be devastating. First of all, we are rather stuck in Iraq. That would compound the problem. The Iranians can respond by making life for us much more miserable than Iraq. They can destabilize Afghanistan. They can let loose Hezbollah. They can precipitate disruption of the flow of oil through the Strait of Hormouse (ph). They can cut their own production.”

Read my analysis on US invasion of Iran or even air strike writen previous month and I had the same analysis.

John ask Brzezinsky about the chances of US and Iran relations will be repaired.

Bzezinsky reply. “Absolutely. I think there is for several reasons. We need each other. And we can be a force for good in the Middle East if we pursue intelligent policies, really try to settle the Israeli- Palestinian conflict, which both peoples need. Get out of Iraq in some fashion, and to deal with Iran as a serious player in the region. Try to understand their security concerns, try to make them understand ours.”

Conservation will come out and start labeling Bzezinsky “terrorist apologist”, I really don’t understand what does this mean like I don’t understand Bush using Islamofacists, Islamic radicals, Islamic terrorists means which Bzezinsky make is very clear is causing more problems and creating hatred and division. Some people also fault President Bush for what they call increasingly Islamaphobic language that alienates Muslims.

Bzezinsky. “He talks all the time abut the jihadists, Islamic fanatics, Islamic terrorists, the caliphate that is going to be set up. Suppose the president was talking about the IRA terrorists in Northern Ireland, you know, the Irish terrorists, and instead was calling them all the time, the Catholic terrorists, the papist terrorists, the terrorists who are trying to set up a papacy. It would certainly offend many Catholics.”

Brzezinsky also stated that the hatred towards US is due to its foreign polices. There are some idiots who do believe that US foreign policies are not oppressive and they all blame it on terrorists. I was get the advice from one idiot to read some other brainless idiot blog her blog where she has proved it that its not the foreign policies and unjustice of Western Governments is the main cause of terrorist in Middle East and all around the world.

Intelligent assessment of the Muslims hatred towards Bush administration. Anybody in the Bush administration ever try to understand and listen these intelligent people.

Brzezinsky said regarding Iran ambition to be the dominant power in Middle East. “And the president sometimes creates the impression that come what may, he is going to address this issue decisive in the next two years. Which I suspect means only one possibility, war, because to resolve this issue may take longer than two years to negotiate seriously.”

John Roberts end the interview with this statement. Brzezinsky believes that Iran may be as much as a decade away from developing a nuclear weapon if it goes down that road. But one of President Bush’s biggest worries and he doesn’t like to talk about this publicly, is that if Iran doesn’t agree in the near future to give up its nuclear program, Israel may launch a preemptive strike. And if that were to happen, everyone that I’ve talked to about it predicts that consequences would be disastrous.

According to my previous month analysis of the situation where I said that it will be disastrous for US troops in Middle East not only in Iraq and Afghanistan but also the US Military bases in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, UAE.

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