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Old 06-07-2012, 05:38 AM
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The Middle East and the United States: A Historical and Political Reassessment

Just finished reading this textbook. Written in 1996, it documents every major event in the region and America's role in it. Most interestingly, the last chapter is devoted to Islamist perceptions of US policy in the Middle East. It proves that, way before 9/11, senior US academics and strategists were aware of a movement opposed to US actions in the area - with unqualified support for Israel being the central issue.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Middle-E...9057622&sr=1-1

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Re: The Middle East and the United States: A Historical and Political Reassessment

You, like your mentally ill Arab/Moo Slum pals, are twisting things...again...still.

The Arab/Moo Slum 'culture' is very backward because of it's committment to dysfunction.

The only 'enemy' the Arab/Moo Slum 'culture' has is C-L-A-R-I-T-Y.

They hate The West because influence of The West brings a relatively greater degree of C-L-A-R-I-T-Y and, with it, functionality.

Israel, being a Western culture, does the same.

The Arab/Moo Slums, being Dysfunctional, hate Functionality in others.

The Arab/Moo Slums crave Confusion and, therefore, hate C-L-A-R-I-T-Y.

The psychopathology lies entirely on the side of the Arab/Moo Slum 'culture' which seeks to drag everyone back into 700 AD (or prior).

The Arab/Moo Slums have a well deserved collective inferiority complex because their egos would rather hold on to some delusion of superiority when the evidence clearly and unequivocally indicates otherwise.

The Arab/Moo Slums have 'the answer' right in front of them. It's been there a long time.

They just refuse to accept it and continue to blame others.

It's just this simple.

If you continue to try and complicate and confuse things, you are just continuing to be a liar like your Arab/Moo Slum pals.

Birds of a feather and all...

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Re: The Middle East and the United States: A Historical and Political Reassessment

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Originally Posted by Oswald2001 View Post
You, like your mentally ill Arab/Moo Slum pals, are twisting things...again...still.

The Arab/Moo Slum 'culture' is very backward because of it's committment to dysfunction.

The only 'enemy' the Arab/Moo Slum 'culture' has is C-L-A-R-I-T-Y.

They hate The West because influence of The West brings a relatively greater degree of C-L-A-R-I-T-Y and, with it, functionality.

Israel, being a Western culture, does the same.

The Arab/Moo Slums, being Dysfunctional, hate Functionality in others.

The Arab/Moo Slums crave Confusion and, therefore, hate C-L-A-R-I-T-Y.

The psychopathology lies entirely on the side of the Arab/Moo Slum 'culture' which seeks to drag everyone back into 700 AD (or prior).

The Arab/Moo Slums have a well deserved collective inferiority complex because their egos would rather hold on to some delusion of superiority when the evidence clearly and unequivocally indicates otherwise.

The Arab/Moo Slums have 'the answer' right in front of them. It's been there a long time.

They just refuse to accept it and continue to blame others.

It's just this simple.

If you continue to try and complicate and confuse things, you are just continuing to be a liar like your Arab/Moo Slum pals.

Birds of a feather and all...
Oswald

What do you have

against educating yourself

or at least reading something

that supports someone elses

point of view

nothing in this world

is black & white

many shades

of grey

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Old 06-11-2012, 05:29 AM
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Oswald

What do you have

against educating yourself

or at least reading something

that supports someone elses

point of view

nothing in this world

is black & white

many shades

of grey
Because that would take work.

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