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Postby pantheman » Fri Jun 01, 2007 5:51 pm

humanist wrote:Pantheman am sure you have annoyed someone in the right place..... well done for your honesty and speaking what you believe thats what it basically means


OK thanks, i re read your quote again, and hey, yes, it did make sense to me now.

Dunno how i never noticed it before.

Anyway, glad you understood.

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Postby pantheman » Fri Jun 01, 2007 5:55 pm

humanist wrote:pantheman .... point very well made :) :) :) :) :) here's another point "Compromise to please others is not as good as integrity that annoys others" Huanchu Daoren (Lynad Popov - Daily Meditations)...... Thank you for your integrity.


Humanist,

just like to say, i do like that quote, some clever person huh? Each time i read it it makes more sense. Keep em coming.

How about a quote a day ?? Perhaps it will enlighten more of us.

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Postby Nikephoros » Mon Jun 04, 2007 11:46 pm

Turkey violated the airspace of the Kurdistan Regional Government of Northern Iraq first. There is a good chance the USA is just sending a message to the fascist pashas and fascist Turkish population about what the response will be to continued Turkish violations of airspace and if the Turks make an unwanted operation in North Iraq.

Turkish warplanes violate Iraq's northern airspace

By Rashid Ahmed

"Duhuk, May 24, (VOI)- A military source from Iraq's Kurdistan region said on Thursday two Turkish warplanes violated Iraqi northern Kurdistan airspace near the borders with Turkey.
"Two Turkish warplanes violated today the Kurdistan region airspace for a distance of ten kilometers inside the Iraqi territories," the source, who asked not to be named, told the independent news agency Voices of Iraq (VOI).
The warplanes flew over Kurdish villages west of Zakho, the source added.
Meanwhile, local residents from villages on the borders with Turkey told VOI "12 artillery shells were fired from the Turkish territories onto the villages of Nazador and Gali Bazagha with no reports of casualties."
Duhuk, third province within Kurdistan region, is in the farthest north of Iraq and it has borders with Turkey and Syria."
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