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  1. IcyPatriot

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    #87 Jersey

    Great news from Somalia ... real good news.

    http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2007-01-01-somalia_x.htm?csp=15


    Here's a good quote from the peace loving supposed religious fascists. If they are stopped in Africa I think they will rethink their strategy for world domination for the time being...

    They will never stop until the end of the world ... but if the world unites against them ... they will be held in check which is better than nothing. They will only have their muderous bombings left to feel good about themselves.
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    I read this also, the US and allies to show support need to bring in some old fashioned aid to these folks now, to help show them how much we agree with them. It is a step, although small, but the horn of Africa will be volatile for years to come.
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    After all the sh!t the left wing sore losing Bush Hating Bastard Democrats have been giving about the War in Iraq if they send ONE Soldier to Africa the American People should burn Washington to the ground.

    F-CK AFRICA, we have already tried to help brutalized people in Iraq, we have tried to give them freedom, we got rid of their butcher dictator, we put their women up in the front seat of the bus and their own cars, we tried to stop the torture, and what happens, our own people (Bush Haters) stick it up our a$s. What makes these Africans any different from the Iraqis, why should we help them and NOT the Iraqis, phony double standard Democrat bullsh!t.

    F-ck Africa, let those Anti American Scumsucking Vermin Crooks in the UN handle Africa, our Soldiers are tired from trying to help the Iraqis.

    If these democrats (Pelosi Gang) want to send your son to Africa pack your bags and head for Canada or go to Europe like Clinton did.

    NO MORE WAR-F-CK AFRICA-LET FRANCE HANDLE AFRICA-SEAL THE MEXICAN BORDER-NO MORE WAR
    -F-CK AFRICA.
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    Is that it Harry? Seems like you had more to say and stopped.
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    The US is the reason why Ethiopia got involved. It's a strange situation over there. Those people are savage primitives. The only government that would work there, is a savage one. Sad, but true. We need to be careful. If we're going to topple whatever rogue govt exists, then we need to back it up by supplying humanitarian aid to show we're the good guys. We've made the mistake of not doing this for 50 years now. Korea was the last time we actually invested in a region we fought in.

    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2003494886_somalia26.html

    Excerpt:

    "The Americans are trying to get [Ethiopia] to do what they wanted the warlords to do, which is get the bad guys," said a senior Western diplomat, who monitors Somalia from Nairobi and requested anonymity because he wasn't authorized to speak publicly. According to Western diplomats and analysts, there's ample evidence of U.S. sympathy for the Ethiopian intervention. Among the signs:

    • U.S. sponsorship of a Dec. 6 U.N. Security Council resolution that authorized, over the Islamists' opposition, the deployment of an African peacekeeping force but omitted a demand for the withdrawal of the estimated 8,000 Ethiopian troops.

    • A visit by Army Gen. John Abizaid, head of U.S. Central Command, to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, last month for talks with Prime Minister Meles Zenawi.

    • The Bush administration's failure to insist publicly on an Ethiopian withdrawal or to participate directly in efforts to negotiate a cease-fire and power-sharing agreement between the transitional government and the Islamic Courts.

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