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Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Mar 21, 2010 at 00:42

Ianus continues:

"Hi, the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan !"

Greetings.

"We couldn't consent on Estonia "

No, we are and will remain poles apart on that issue (no pun intended!)

"...but it seems we're on the same ground as far as Islam is concerned. "

Any man of sense would have to be.

To tell you the truth, I don't believe individual presidents matter so much as far as the real US power system is concerned. Their freedom of action is very limited and the real decisions are made by hidden lobby bosses with no formal posts in the White House. Surely, many of them reside in Saudi Arabia.You are probably right there. - though we could have hoped the non-resident Saudi lobby would have had it's effects cancelled out by the native Jewish American lobby.

... unless Kosovo produces its Albanian bin Laden and the US receives its Albanian version of 9/11 . But even if that happens, there will be a lot of pro-Islamic hysteria in the media on the misunderstood "religion of peace" and other PC magic and bullsh...

I take a more cynically though curiously positive view on that. We can rely on the blind stupidity of Islam's most devoted to supply us with an event far worse than 9/11. This will be the nail in the coffin of what little tolerance the US public has for acceptance of people who at present they accept as being misguided . Once word gets out about the true nature of the religion of peace - how very different it is from the Islam Lite that is espoused by its adherents in the US and elsewhere -we will see real change in US policy .

" Perhaps the answer is in the curious fact that the biggest US military base in Europe is now Camp Bondsteel near Urosevac in Kosovo. "
What was the attraction - cheap rent - and rapid access to the area in Europe most likely to spark into hostilties? I guess this must also worry the Kosovans and the people intent on creating havoc who live there. The US intelligence services would be not keeping an ear to the ground listening for rumours of islamnist attacks in Europe based in Kosovo. Kosovo is ripe for the recruitment of young, disaffected Muslim fanatics seeking to earn their little reward from Allah.
http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5j7Lmp0bIJEIsWsu0AOHgfAKdWMkg
http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/yesterday-fools-%E2%80%93-today-violent-%E2%80%93-tomorrow-terrorists
http://4international.wordpress.com/2008/06/12/very-very-soonsharia-in-kosovo/
http://www.vmacedonianews.com/2010/02/kosovo-sees-continuing-infiltration-by.html

"....After conquering Kosovo for Islam, the US is getting ready for more conquests in the region? Its final aim is -as I udnerstand it - a protectorate over Russia and Islam can be a very potent weapon to achieve it , to destabilize Russia and compounded by Russia's demographic decline make her ripe for submission and exploitation ."
It's possible but I really can't see that. I think the EU's designs are to get Russia to join the EU. What help would a demoralised and vanquished Russia would be to Europe ? I can't see Putin or the Russians themselves letting that happen. Too many incidents in too short a time - Chechhya , the Nord Ost theatre, Beslan, the November derailment of the St.Petersburg train. when they take a stand on the issue of Islamic insurgency it will be a very firm one.

"It's interesting to note the contrast. While Russia crushes jihadism at home, liquidates Caucasian emirates, the US promotes it more aggressively than even al-Quaid. Al-Quaida with all its terror hasn't created a single Islamic state. The US - the victim of Islamic terror on 9/11 - has created two and continues its erratic pro-jihadist policy. But I am sure there is method to this madness."

Must be - either that or Clinton really did stuff up.

"And so - cynically speaking -is it so difficult to understand why the grandsons of Molsem SS-men hail Clinton and erect statues to him as they did to his big predecessor A. Hitler who conquered the Balkans to another superpower of old - Germany several decades ago ?"

Why is that cynical??? The history of Islam is littered with similar examples. Though of course - true Muslims don't like the idea of statues http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/1214384.stm as it can lead to idolatry

But black meteors encased in large granite walled cubic structures are OK of course.

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