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Post by alleyrose Fri Mar 30, 2012 7:15 pm

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I read yesterday that the BBC had announced/mentioned that Iraq has been released from Chapter 7. Then I read today that is not in fact true. How does a big news channel like the BBC get that wrong?
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Post by cravin4rv Fri Mar 30, 2012 7:22 pm

Was it in a news article posted on BBC site or was it on television?

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Post by Terbo56 Fri Mar 30, 2012 7:25 pm

It is the 'ELITE', they tell them what to say and when to say it- This is not the world that you think it is-NEVER HAS BEEN-And it's going to get worse, unless 'WE' do something about all the crooked polititians that are running this country- BUT- It IS happening while we speak, so later on it will not matter- Most of them WILL be in prison, sooner or later- check out youtube.com and check out the www.lettersfrom fulford.com- You'll see what I'm talking about, and just how long this has gone on-
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Post by alleyrose Fri Mar 30, 2012 7:33 pm

Thanks Terbo, yes I have been doing a bit of reading lately about the 'Elite' and we recently watched a doco our son downloaded for us. Needless to say we were concerned with what we saw and lots of things fall into place. You try and talk to anyone over here about that sort of stuff though and they tell you to get stuffed LOL! Aussies are so laid back about too much. I have started looking at our politicians in a different light that's for sure! I mean they're all a bunch of bastards but you gotta ask 'who are they working for'!

cravin4rv I think I read it on recaps, someone had seen it on tv.

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Post by Terbo56 Fri Mar 30, 2012 7:50 pm

They don't work for anyone, so to speak, and THEY know who they are- They are 'Chosen' to destroy the very core of our being- Has been that way since Roosevelt was president 'back in 1934'-They always wanted a one world order, and ALMOST got it- Until they got found out wanting to kill 90% of the population, so they could have an Elite following-The Bushes wanted this to happen- G.H.W.Bush, G.W. Bush, the Clintons, etc, etc- Read up-you'll see what I'm talking about-Twisted Evil And all we are to them are 'Useless eaters- The Bushes and Bildeburgs said that about the American People- Obama said he did not want to lower the price of gasoline, so he could'Keep the peasants in line'- That's why gas will continue to go sky high, until someone gets the' Ground Hog out of the garden, so to speak-affraid
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Post by alleyrose Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:02 pm

You know we always thought Obama was a good guy until I joined this site and got the real perspective of what is going on over there. We don't hear even a portion of the strife these politicians have caused. We are learning more and more about what is really going on in the world and thank goodness for the internet or none of us would know anything!

What do you guys pay for fuel?

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Post by Terbo56 Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:20 pm

Going on 3.90 for reg, 4.07 for mid, 4.17 for rocket fuel{super}Diesel varies from station to station, probably around 4.00-4.20- Shame, ain't it?affraid
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Post by therealbutterfly Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:24 pm

@alleyrose wrote:Hi guys

I read yesterday that the BBC had announced/mentioned that Iraq has been released from Chapter 7. Then I read today that is not in fact true. How does a big news channel like the BBC get that wrong?

My bet is someone made the BBC part up to sound more credible when sharing the info that was actually from 2008 lol. It happens alot. Cant tell you how many times someone has said they saw something on the ticker of Fox, CNBC, etc then they disappear from the sites. My suggestion is if you dont see it in print for yourself, consider it junk. Smile
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Post by prosetian Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:24 pm

@terbo56 wrote: Obama said he did not want to lower the price of gasoline, so he could'Keep the peasants in line'- That's why gas will continue to go sky high, until someone gets the' Ground Hog out of the garden, so to speak-affraid

Very interesting quote, do you have a source for it?

thanks

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Post by Terbo56 Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:26 pm

Just look around central florida- I'm the one that's paying for it- That's MY source-I live down here-
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Post by alleyrose Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:28 pm

OMG that's crazy how does anyone afford that!! Our fuel is $1.52 a litre at present and we are all screaming and seriously having trouble affording THAT! $3.90+ is bloody ludicrous!!

Thanks TRB I am learning slowly LOL!

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Post by PALMER01 Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:43 pm

1 litres = 0.264172052 US gallons. You can't really be paying that much, right? That's over 5 dollars a gallon. Sorry, that would be american dollars. don't know what an Aussie dollar is worth.


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Post by doodoo Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:44 pm

here's where it got started - some folks just can't comprehend what they read.

March 30, 2012 8:15 AM

Iraq Shiite cleric: cancel Saddam-era UN sanctions
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Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, center, attends the Arab League
summit in Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, March, 29, 2012. The annual Arab
summit meeting opened in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Thursday with only
10 of the leaders of the 22-member Arab League in attendance and amid a
growing rift between Arab countries over how far they should go to end
the one-year conflict in Syria. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim) (Karim Kadim)

BAGHDAD — An aide to Iraq's top Shiite cleric says Arab and international leaders should work to remove long-standing U.N. resolutions against Iraq.
Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani said lifting the U.N. sanctions is
essential for the country to gain full sovereignty, according to
al-Sistani's representative, Ahmed al-Safi. He spoke during a Friday
sermon in the holy city of Karbala.

Iraq has been pressing for the U.N. Security Council to cancel sanctions
and more than 70 resolutions adopted after the 1990 invasion of Kuwait
by Iraq's deposed dictator, Saddam Hussein.

Commenting on the just-completed Arab League summit in Baghdad, Al-Safi
said the ayatollah is pleased Iraq is opening up to the Arab world.

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Post by Terbo56 Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:45 pm

A litre is a little more than a quart- So, if you 'Times the litres by 4, and then 1.52 times 4, you'd be paying WELL over 6.25 a gallon- What does that tell you? Look at it this way- An imperial gallon is 5 quarts-{Canada}
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Post by Terbo56 Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:49 pm

Palmer01- An imperial gallon is five quarts[Canada} And a litre is a little more than a quart - Think about it- Where would you rather get your gas?If they are paying 1.52 a litre, They are worse off than we are-
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Post by therealbutterfly Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:57 pm

How many miles do you get per litre? Maybe thats a better comparison when tryin to figure out how much you end up paying. I have heard tho that we do pay less overall than the other countries. The problem that I see here is that the govt taxes are what really gets us. In PA its about $3.90 a gal yet right over the border in NJ its only $3.70 AND they pump it for you in NJ. So its not only the oil co's that are the problem, its the local and state govts. Such crap, they need to let us just drill more in the US and it would help alot. Didnt the approval go thru a few years back and then it was shut down by O recently? I seem to remember something like that......

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Post by alleyrose Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:57 pm

Yeah I am a little slow on the uptake, not real good with maths but yes today at the pump it is $1.52 per litre, at the cheap servos you will get it a little cheaper. Obviously it varies which fuel stop you go to, up north where my daughter lives they are paying $1.56.

Thanks doodoo for that!

On a different note World News Australia did a good story on Iraq last night about the rebuilding of Iraq. They showed a lot of new buildings being built and their plans for the future. Whether or not you can believe it seems to be a different story. I just thought it was nice to see a positive story like that coming out of Iraq instead of bombings and death.

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Post by bigstan Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:18 pm

If you would watch Glen Beck at GBTV every week day you will see exact news clips, web sites and other proven examples of the corruption throughout the government and banking institutes, but Glen also gives us away to take our country back.

Obama and his controller Soros are the people that were able to push Glen Beck out of FOX News. Watching GBTV you learn an awful lot and like Captn Jerry and others on this site say read for yourself, Beck is a firm believer in reading everything for yourself and constantly says to not believe him.

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Post by alleyrose Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:42 pm

I'm not sure how many litres per gallon TRB I think it's around 11, I know they have just bought out or are bringing out a new Commodore that is under 9 litres per gallon and of course that's if you can afford the $40k+ price tag!

Thanks bigstan for that info but what is GBTV?

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Post by PALMER01 Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:45 pm

Glenn Beck T.V.
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Post by bigstan Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:52 pm

He started his own internet tv station. it is at GBTV.com. There are several different shows that he has including The Blaze, which is a news program.

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Post by alleyrose Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:58 pm

Ok cool I'll look it up thanks again!

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Post by prosetian Fri Mar 30, 2012 10:20 pm

@terbo56 wrote:Just look around central florida- I'm the one that's paying for it- That's MY source-I live down here-

The quote I am asking for the source of is Obama allegedly saying he wouldn't drop the price of gas to 'Keep the peasants in line'. Since you made it a quote I have to assume there is a source for it.

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Post by DevaronDLH Fri Mar 30, 2012 10:27 pm

There are so many alternatives to gasoline that it might surprise you, additionally there have been carburetors and injection systems that would easily reap 50 -100 miles to the gallon... one of them sets today in the Museum in Austria. the Oil companies have done all in their power, including murder to stop any alternative fuel sources or devices that would put them out of business. Stan Meyers was murdered about five years ago after receiving over 100 patents for Hydrogen fuel made from your car battery and a few metal plates. His devise was so effective he drove his Volkswagen bug from Los Angele's to New York on 22 gallons of water (no gasoline what so ever). The Saudi's offered him 1 Billion dollars NOT to develop his devise and soon after he refused he was found dead.
Look on the internet for HHO hydrogen generators, they are for sale, they work and they are safe! I have one and the plans to create more.
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Post by therealbutterfly Fri Mar 30, 2012 10:29 pm

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@terbo56 wrote:Just look around central florida- I'm the one that's paying for it- That's MY source-I live down here-

The quote I am asking for the source of is Obama allegedly saying he wouldn't drop the price of gas to 'Keep the peasants in line'. Since you made it a quote I have to assume there is a source for it.

thanks

I think Terbo was adlibbing but its the general idea. I know that its NOT a priority to lower them according to Obama and his camp. Recent articles indicate that

http://www.westernfreepress.com/2012/03/02/obama-wants-to-keep-gas-prices-high-video/

http://www.wealthwire.com/news/energy/2787

http://www.franklincountyvapatriots.com/2012/03/06/obama-deliberately-keeping-gas-prices-high/

there are more I am sure..... But I have seen him state it before (wanna say it was a few years ago) that he wanted high prices because it would make more people want to buy more 'green' cars. Remember cash for clunkers? Ruined perfectly good cars that someone COULD have afforded in the name of "being green". Wouldnt surprise me if the BP spill was prolonged just to make it more of an environmental crisis to show how BAD oil is blah blah blah...... JMHO




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Post by therealbutterfly Fri Mar 30, 2012 10:31 pm

@DevaronDLH wrote:There are so many alternatives to gasoline that it might surprise you, additionally there have been carburetors and injection systems that would easily reap 50 -100 miles to the gallon... one of them sets today in the Museum in Austria. the Oil companies have done all in their power, including murder to stop any alternative fuel sources or devices that would put them out of business. Stan Meyers was murdered about five years ago after receiving over 100 patents for Hydrogen fuel made from your car battery and a few metal plates. His devise was so effective he drove his Volkswagen bug from Los Angele's to New York on 22 gallons of water (no gasoline what so ever). The Saudi's offered him 1 Billion dollars NOT to develop his devise and soon after he refused he was found dead.
Look on the internet for HHO hydrogen generators, they are for sale, they work and they are safe! I have one and the plans to create more.

Doesnt India have a car that runs on water? I remember seeing something like that. I know there are many other alternatives to gas, but its the money that dictates what happens.... censor :(
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Post by soulwarriorone Fri Mar 30, 2012 10:45 pm

@alleyrose wrote:Hi guys

I read yesterday that the BBC had announced/mentioned that Iraq has been released from Chapter 7. Then I read today that is not in fact true. How does a big news channel like the BBC get that wrong?

My fiance is in the U.K. and watched and listened to BBC all evening yesterday. He never saw it anywhere. Unless it was just a one-time mention, it was not on BBC yesterday, yet I have a friend who saw it go across the ticker on Fox news earlier today...just another one of those things that make ya go hmmmm.... :cyclops:
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Post by Kevind53 Fri Mar 30, 2012 11:42 pm

Not in so many words, but Energy Secretary Stephen Chu is on record as stating he wanted to see gasoline prices rise to the levels in Europe in order to coax consumers into buying more-efficient cars and living in neighborhoods closer to work. Fine if you happen to live in a city, but what of those who live in rural states? Here in Vermont the average population density is approx 67/sq mi. Some states are far lower, what do we do for them?

By the way one of the quotes by Scty. Chu was in the WSJ around the beginning of the administration. I beleive he also made similar statements while he was still in his ivory tower at UCLA Berkley ... nah ... not gonna go there either ... seems like my night for not going there LOL

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