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FRIEND,

As are you, Brandon and www.ChezBrandon.com are intelligent and
awesome. May you have an awesome day.

A succinct warning: Elements of the Mossad, sated with cash from the
murderous and destructive narcotics trade -- for example, according to
Reader's Digest, cocaine alone costs US businesses, and stockholders
and employees, $30+ billion per year (!) -- are using some medical,
pharmacy, and food service workers to murder men, women, and children,
something Adolph Hitler or Ted Bundy would do. (A certain tasteless
acid, for instance, causes cancer.) Victor Ostrovsky's books By Way
of Deception (a #1 The New York Times best-seller) and The Other Side
of Deception: A Rogue Agent Exposes the Mossad's Secret Agenda offers
elucidation -- such as the Mossad's attempted murder of President
George Bush, its complicity in the murders of hundreds of US Citizens
and Marines, its recruitment of medical workers, and its
narcotics-dealing and very deceptive ways -- as does James Ennes, Jr.'s
Assault on the Liberty, which details the attack on the USS Liberty, an
attack which caused the deaths of 34 US Citizens and Navy Personnel
(the following is a concise summary of the book), as does the following
Daily News article:
www.dailynews.lk/2005/03/01/fea10.html

While many believe so, I do not know if elements of the Mossad were
responsible for, or partly complicit in, the terrorist attacks of 9/11,
attacks which caused the deaths of thousands of men, women, and
children, stole billions upon billions of dollars of hard-earned money
from pensioners and business people, destroyed companies, caused many
individuals to go to bed hungry at night, and ended up costing,
world-wide, hundreds of billions, if not trillions, of dollars, but the
information at www.reopen911.org , which was aired on such programs as
Fox News and MSNBC and printed in Business Week and The New York Times,
raises pointed questions.

Regarding the narcotics trade, President of the International Narcotics
Control Board, Philip Emafo, put it excellently when he stated: "Drug
trafficking does not contribute to economic growth and prosperity
[rather it] destabilizes the state, the economy, and civil society
apart from the damage to long-term economic development." On top of
this, elements of the Mossad have decided to become
serial-killers/terrorists and murder men, women, and children.

Sincerely,

NICK

Jan 4 '06 #1
2 1105
That's just fascinating, NICK. I'm still trying to figure out what it has to
do with C#, but I'm not about to jump to the conclusion that, simply because
you posted a political rant in a programming newsgroup, that I should
discard everything you say as coming from someone without intelligence.

--
HTH,

Kevin Spencer
Microsoft MVP
..Net Developer
You can lead a fish to a bicycle,
but it takes a very long time,
and the bicycle has to *want* to change.
Jan 4 '06 #2
ni*******@yahoo.com wrote:
FRIEND,

As are you, Brandon and www.ChezBrandon.com are intelligent and
awesome. May you have an awesome day.

A succinct warning: Elements of the Mossad, sated with cash from the
murderous and destructive narcotics trade -- for example, according to
Reader's Digest, cocaine alone costs US businesses, and stockholders
and employees, $30+ billion per year (!) -- are using some medical,
pharmacy, and food service workers to murder men, women, and children,
something Adolph Hitler or Ted Bundy would do. (A certain tasteless
acid, for instance, causes cancer.) Victor Ostrovsky's books By Way
of Deception (a #1 The New York Times best-seller) and The Other Side
of Deception: A Rogue Agent Exposes the Mossad's Secret Agenda offers
elucidation -- such as the Mossad's attempted murder of President
George Bush, its complicity in the murders of hundreds of US Citizens
and Marines, its recruitment of medical workers, and its
narcotics-dealing and very deceptive ways -- as does James Ennes, Jr.'s
Assault on the Liberty, which details the attack on the USS Liberty, an
attack which caused the deaths of 34 US Citizens and Navy Personnel
(the following is a concise summary of the book), as does the following
Daily News article:
www.dailynews.lk/2005/03/01/fea10.html

While many believe so, I do not know if elements of the Mossad were
responsible for, or partly complicit in, the terrorist attacks of 9/11,
attacks which caused the deaths of thousands of men, women, and
children, stole billions upon billions of dollars of hard-earned money
from pensioners and business people, destroyed companies, caused many
individuals to go to bed hungry at night, and ended up costing,
world-wide, hundreds of billions, if not trillions, of dollars, but the
information at www.reopen911.org , which was aired on such programs as
Fox News and MSNBC and printed in Business Week and The New York Times,
raises pointed questions.

Regarding the narcotics trade, President of the International Narcotics
Control Board, Philip Emafo, put it excellently when he stated: "Drug
trafficking does not contribute to economic growth and prosperity
[rather it] destabilizes the state, the economy, and civil society
apart from the damage to long-term economic development." On top of
this, elements of the Mossad have decided to become
serial-killers/terrorists and murder men, women, and children.

Sincerely,

NICK


How is your paranoya connected to C#? We are developers not doctors here.
Sorry buddy, but you should use a different newsgroup, like
osama.bin.laden.general :)

Jan 4 '06 #3

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