- TWITTER DAILY UPDATE FOR 2010-01-24 http://ff.im/-eMfsr..... #
- That does not sound like Osama bin Laden's voice in the video reactionaries claim says al Qaeda planned the so-called underwear bombing. #
- Also, the voice does not say al Qaeda planned the so-called underwear bombing. Perhaps the version I heard was truncated. I'm checking. #
- "The message I want to convey to you through the plane of the hero Umar Farouk...." That is not necessarily a claim of responsibility. #
- "No results found for 'full text of bin Laden'" "No results found for 'full text of Osama'" 24 hrs. Who's false propagandizing? Ans: MSM! #
- The only sites right now that even hint at it are auto-redirected to stupid, fake, hard-drive anti-virus scan sites. #
- Now one whole news cycle is full of a piece of dung, unsubstantiated talking point from wicked Zionists whose dupes carelessly spread it. #
- After the damage is done, cursory minds are on to watching entertainment. If, and, and buts are then given for the sake of MSM credibility. #
- @inksnatcher Bush: "The British Government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa." in reply to inksnatcher #
- "Iran is attempting to reach a deal to secretly import 1,350 tons of purified uranium ore from Kazakhstan." Prove it. #
- Manufacturing consent for another illegal, immoral, anti-Christ war against an "Islamic" state for the sake of land-thieving Zionists.... #
- Manufacturing consent for another illegal, immoral, anti-Christ war against an "Islamic" state for the sake of greedy capitalists.... #
- Some, such as Sean Hannity, claim this truth is "blame America first," a phrase devoid of judgment. He also claims Christianity. #
- While Hannity claims Christianity, he calls for war. Does he claim Jesus calls for the kind of bloody wars Hannity wants? Heaven forbid. #
- Sean Hannity, should Haitians have killed every American imperialist who ever attempted to step foot on Haitian soil? #
- Certainly, the Haitians would have had to fend off the whole imperial military. Whose fault would that have been, Sean? #
- Open up your "free markets" to takeovers, corruption of leaders, & privatization & shutdown of your collective enterprises or die. Blame it! #
- Not every slave was righteous, but certainly not one of the slavers was while slaving and before repenting and atoning. #
- Pat Robertson blames victims. He claims Christianity but ignores his LORD saying the innocent & righteous suffer from the covetous violent. #
- The Heritage Foundation, a "free market," imperial, neocon, self-styled think tank, is rubbing its greedy hands together over Haiti. #
- Bring the former slaves more so back into the fold of the enslaved is the plan of the Zionist Heritage Foundation – a tool of the banksters. #
- There's no freedom in being taken over by violently coercive privatizers. #
- Jean Bertrand Aristide was ousted by bloody American imperialists because he wanted the poor Haitians to own their own country. #
- Manuel Zelaya was treated to a similar contrived fate. He wanted fairness for the Honduran poor — a sin against the imperial leisure class. #
- Mahatma Gandhi was an uppity nigger in the eyes of the unduly lauded, racist Winston Churchill. Gandhi was for the poor. That was his sin. #
- Brothers and sisters, Jesus was spiked to the murderous torture contraption called the cross for being for the poor and oppressed. #
- Voodoo is not the answer for Haiti, but American covetousness is a plague upon Haiti and the world. Blame it! I do. Repent of it. #
- While there is liberalism and then liberalism, Jon Voight doesn't know the right kind of liberalism. He denounces it all now. #
- Jon threw the baby out with the bath water. Jon Voight is opposed to coercion so long as it's against what he wants. #
- Jon Voight's knowledge of what really happened before the attack on Gaza is almost zero. #
- Voight bought the lies of the bloody, terrorist, land-thieving Zionists. Saying that doesn't mean Hamas is saintly either. #
- Racism stinks! #
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