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April 13, 2010
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John A   April 15th, 2010 2:22 pm ET

Meanwhile it seems CNN forgot to report on Israels refusal to attend a nuclear arms summit. But then again the terror state of Israel usually gets away with whatever it wants, so I guess it's no longer news.

Wilson   April 15th, 2010 2:32 pm ET

The DC nuclear summit was a smokescreen

This highly staged meeting of ‘minds’ was all about fixing a thought – very similiar to subliminal suggestion – in the minds of the sleeping ignorant masses. The poor hopeless ignorant have to remember this suggestion that ‘Obama is good – USA is a good nuclear state – Iran is a very bad nuclear train wreck who will give big bad bombs to very bad muslims’.

Now America should be very afraid – there is a false flag coming your way of somewhat larger proportions than 9/11 and the Great Satan and the israeli scum will make sure that it has Iranian prints all over it. The countdown has begun – better run down a buy a new pair of Oakleys.

miriam   April 18th, 2010 6:24 am ET

John A,

Israel was represented by the deputy PM who also holds the portfolio most relevent to the summit.

miriam   April 18th, 2010 6:40 am ET


So we welcome another cut and paster, this time taking someone elses comments, correcting spelling and reproducing them as their own.

The economist quoted in the article to which your stolen comment was responding to is an economist who seems to be dabbling in topics far too sophisticated for his anti-American, anti-globalization agenda. This is evident from some blatantly inaccurate, ignorant comments.

What is his opinion on buying beauty in Iraq?
Another American/Israeli contribution to society?

Sharon   May 2nd, 2010 1:09 pm ET

I agree with Wilson. Funny how everytime Miriam cant defend her piont she will attack other bloggers.

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