The world's biggest 'Moslem' country. Top choc firm bars oil from rainforest
American Airlines Flight 77: "According to Flight Data provided by the NTSB, the Flight Deck Door was never opened in flight.
"How were the hijackers able to gain access to the cockpit, remove the pilots, and navigate the aircraft to the Pentagon if the Flight Deck Door remained closed? - More (No Terrosit Attack on 9/11 Word Trade Center)
Jakarta's main mosque. IAEA considers Indonesia ready to have nuclear power plants: official
"Millions of illegal aliens, thousands members of dangerous drug gangs, have taken over city after city...
"The illegals are here for a purpose.
"They killed trade unions, suppressed the minimum wage, worked as slaves for corporate agriculture, filled our prisons and courts, all of this and more was part of a plan." I Love A Good Rant
Casablanca. Naked Kate worth £30000
"It appears that Washington is incapable of resorting again to Gladio to establish a military dictatorship in Turkey.
"On the one hand because the new generation of Turkish generals no longer buttressed to Kemalism and secondly because the AKP Muslim-Democratic is intent on dismantling Ergenekon (current version Turkish Gladio)...
"Moscow has set up permanent consultative bodies at high diplomatic and economic levels with Damascus and Ankara." - strategy shift in the middle east
"We were probably the last generation to be truly free to play." - Better Read Than Dead
IRAN: "One option would be for the Israelis to somehow provoke, possibly by some false flag event, war with Hezbollah and/or Hamas which they would then quickly escalate.
"Then, the moment either Hezbollah or Hamas fire any rocket at Israel that was not previously in their arsenal, Israel and the US would have casus belli to attack Iran." - setting up the spotlight
IRAN: Hilarious NYT headline: "Iranian offer on uranium could complicate sanctions talks" -A bad case
"Mark Spelman is a managing director at Accenture, the firm that developed the online system that delivers subsidy payments to farmers." - Farm-gate: Mr Spelman’s Tricky Contract