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RayDonavin

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  1. https://climatechangedispatch.com/nasa-natural-causes-behind-polar-melt/?fbclid=IwAR1QT0X7G3hzspD_0HMl8_myCFcoSZY5yqNNnsV_WmHv5uFlinO3u_0J4Q8
  2. Hillary von Pantsuit Vagina could not be reached for comment, she's hung over from her vodka-infused Saturday night fisting party with Huma Abedin.....
  3. Hillary von Pantsuit Vagina could not be reached for comment, she's hung over from her vodka-infused Saturday night fisting party with Huma Abedin.....
  4. Hillary von Pantsuit Vagina could not be reached for comment, she's hung over from her vodka-infused Saturday night fisting party with Huma Abedin..... I still look forward to reunification of North and South Korea. They are One People and have been separated long enough.
  5. Why don't they work for a living instead of living on welfare? Instant fix.
  6. An Architect? A planner is more like it. So you see Hussein as an innocent who was attacked and hanged without reason? Bizarre. Notice Bill Clinton Bombed Iraq in 1998. Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990 ended in Iraq’s defeat by a U.S.-led coalition in the Persian Gulf War (1990–91). However, the Iraqi branch of the Baʿth Party, headed by Ṣaddām Ḥussein, managed to retain power by harshly suppressing uprisings of the country’s minority Kurds and its majority Shīʿite Arabs. To stem the exodus of Kurds from Iraq, the allies established a “safe haven” in northern Iraq’s predominantly Kurdish regions, and allied warplanes patrolled “no-fly” zones in northern and southern Iraq that were off-limits to Iraqi aircraft. Moreover, to restrain future Iraqi aggression, the United Nations (UN) implemented economic sanctions against Iraq in order to, among other things, hinder the progress of its most lethal arms programs, including those for the development of nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons. (See weapon of mass destruction.) UN inspections during the mid-1990s uncovered a variety of proscribed weapons and prohibited technology throughout Iraq. That country’s continued flouting of the UN weapons ban and its repeated interference with the inspections frustrated the international community and led U.S. Pres. Bill Clinton in 1998 to order the bombing of several Iraqi military installations (code-named Operation Desert Fox). After the bombing, however, Iraq refused to allow inspectors to reenter the country, and during the next several years the economic sanctions slowly began to erode as neighbouring countries sought to reopen trade with Iraq. In 2002 the new U.S. president, George W. Bush, argued that the vulnerability of the United States following the September 11 attacks of 2001, combined with Iraq’s alleged continued possession and manufacture of weapons of mass destruction (an accusation that was later proved erroneous) and its support for terrorist groups—which, according to the Bush administration, included al-Qaeda, the perpetrators of the September 11 attacks—made disarming Iraq a renewed priority. UN Security Council Resolution 1441, passed on November 8, 2002, demanded that Iraq readmit inspectors and that it comply with all previous resolutions. Iraq appeared to comply with the resolution, but in early 2003 President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair declared that Iraq was actually continuing to hinder UN inspections and that it still retained proscribed weapons. Other world leaders, such as French Pres. Jacques Chirac and German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, citing what they believed to be increased Iraqi cooperation, sought to extend inspections and give Iraq more time to comply with them. However, on March 17, seeking no further UN resolutions and deeming further diplomatic efforts by the Security Council futile, Bush declared an end to diplomacy and issued an ultimatum to Ṣaddām, giving the Iraqi president 48 hours to leave Iraq. The leaders of France, Germany, Russia, and other countries objected to this buildup toward war.
  7. I often wonder why you dip$hits think it was any other than Hussein himself that caused his country to be attacked? There were many reasons, all Hussein's fault.
  8. Trump is lining up support, this downing of a drone is not likely to get Iran any sympathy and it will get more people in line supporting sanctions. Trump is playing chess not checkers.
  9. So you think Trump gave a crap about the behind the scenes players before he became president? I think the last 2+ years have been eye opening to Trump! Bolton actually is pretty measured compared to what the lefty fake news media portrays him as. The fake news you dupes live and breathe.
  10. So Trump, a relatively new on the scene president is supposed to know automatically who the problems people are? When they are cloaked in secrecy and a lying bunch of a$$holes?
  11. I can find no statements made by Bolton confirming what the fake news media is saying.
  12. Back on topic. You lefty stooges were wrong. Make no mistake this is Iran's last unpunished mistake.
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