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PostPosted: Thu, 2006 May 04 5:51:28    Post subject: media criticism to SOS Reply with quote

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SOS Save our souls to make the media stand for what they are not telling. Can we do it? The task will not be easy but we can have a try to get media SOS in real time or better... OK! Better all of us doing it - so let us do it - trying to divide to meet to tell having got the meeting behind the words - we perhaps will do it - just SOSing all of us!

Just we have to remember there is a hidden agenda - letting us meet silence together - just sitting down some minutes all of us each day - letting a wave of sitting down sweep around the world - and perhaps we will fix it - leaving our prejudices for sometime a day.
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PostPosted: Thu, 2006 May 04 14:48:15    Post subject: Reply with quote

Of no interest - no one interested in this old history - let us forget history . it is the latest news that counts - gone is gone - and just speculating - biased information - well it is written - but the circumstances -. they were not the same - and trying to say something - well this media - will not inform - believe the public want to know something else - it is not in their interest to be informed - and most ones do not care - they will discover some ohter day
Published on Thursday, September 12, 2002 in the Guardian/UK
Kremlin Gives Short Shrift to US Hawk Over Iraq
by Ian Traynor in Moscow

The US state department's leading hawk arrived in Moscow yesterday on a tricky mission to persuade the Kremlin to soften its strong opposition to a US military campaign against Saddam Hussein.

The Russian foreign minister, Igor Ivanov, warned that a new Gulf war could wreck broader international cooperation against al-Qaida and terrorism. His deputy said a US military campaign was utterly unacceptable to Russia. The talk of war also brought protests in the Russian parliament.

Moscow's position on Iraq, a traditional ally, is becoming critical if Washington hopes to secure UN security council blessing for military action.

But while the Kremlin looks likely to insist on a new security council resolution mandating the use of force against Baghdad - a resolution it could veto - Mr Bolton insisted that no new international mandate was needed to launch a war against President Saddam. "You don't have to wait for a mushroom cloud before you take appropriate action," he said.

"Whether the president decides to seek another resolution from the security council is a matter of political judgment, but it's certainly not a matter of international legal necessity," he told the BBC before landing in Moscow. "I think it's sanctioned morally and legally."
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