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1,800 British tourists to be evacuated from Tunisia by Thomas Cook after 23 die in violent street riots

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1347112/Up-1-800-British-tourists-evacuated-Tunisia-Thomas-Cook-violent-riots.html#ixzz1B0pSZsue

I think the US is creating more Bin Ladens for the years to come with the policy that Bernanke clearly now has of trying to use currency devaluation and inflation to get the Chinese to depeg from the Dollar.

The rest of us are caught between the US and China seeing which one will give in first and I fear that neither will for a long time to come. In the meantime, food and fuel costs are resulting in people going hungry and in rioting.

This will not end well.

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I think the US is creating more Bin Ladens for the years to come with the policy that Bernanke clearly now has of trying to use currency devaluation and inflation to get the Chinese to depeg from the Dollar.

I don't think that Uncle Sam plays more than a side-role in Tunisia's problems.

I was there a few years ago on - coincidence - a Thomas Cook holiday, and it was immediately obvious that the country had serious issues: a sullen, resentful population, living in fear of anyone of a uniform.

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The struggle against the East began long before Barak Hussein O'bama.

The first recorded pitched battle of any significance was in the 5th Century BC when Spartans held back an attempted "Asianification" of Europa. Several more attempts followed with the Carpathians being the only peoples in the known world the Romans could not get the better of. An uneasy truce was agreed. The forces of the East rose again under Saladin some 400 years after Mohammed invented a new religion to unite Asian peoples against the Western powers. The East moved west along North Africa up into Spain where they settled for hundreds of years before The "Cid" united the Spanish and they were ejected. The East attempted to invade from Turkey into Europa in the 6th Century (onweards)but were foiled by Charlemagne when another uneasy truce was declared. Things went quiet again until WW1 when the East rode the coattails of the Kaiser and they began another move Westward (Ottoman invasion of Greece and Cyprus). WW2 saw further attempts by Eastern powers to destroy the West but the West stood firm.

In these latter days the move to conquer the West is now by mass immigration and takeover of the suburbs through ghettoisation of vast tracts of land. The training and plotting has shifted from Iraq (who tried to annexe its neighbours to rebuild the Babylonian Empire) further Eastward to the old Carpathian Empire which Alexander the Great and the Romans were unable to subdue.

This conflict is forever. O'Bama is just another character in the drama of history. The US justr anotherWestern power involved in the struggle with Greece before it, and Rome and the HRE, our own Empire.

The hope of peace will never be fulfilled. East and West have been pitted against each other since the beginning of civilisation and it will end one day in the destruction of this planet.

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The struggle against the East began long before Barak Hussein O'bama.

The first recorded pitched battle of any significance was in the 5th Century BC when Spartans held back an attempted "Asianification" of Europa. Several more attempts followed with the Carpathians being the only peoples in the known world the Romans could not get the better of. An uneasy truce was agreed. The forces of the East rose again under Saladin some 400 years after Mohammed invented a new religion to unite Asian peoples against the Western powers. The East moved west along North Africa up into Spain where they settled for hundreds of years before The "Cid" united the Spanish and they were ejected. The East attempted to invade from Turkey into Europa in the 6th Century (onweards)but were foiled by Charlemagne when another uneasy truce was declared. Things went quiet again until WW1 when the East rode the coattails of the Kaiser and they began another move Westward (Ottoman invasion of Greece and Cyprus). WW2 saw further attempts by Eastern powers to destroy the West but the West stood firm.

In these latter days the move to conquer the West is now by mass immigration and takeover of the suburbs through ghettoisation of vast tracts of land. The training and plotting has shifted from Iraq (who tried to annexe its neighbours to rebuild the Babylonian Empire) further Eastward to the old Carpathian Empire which Alexander the Great and the Romans were unable to subdue.

This conflict is forever. O'Bama is just another character in the drama of history. The US justr anotherWestern power involved in the struggle with Greece before it, and Rome and the HRE, our own Empire.

The hope of peace will never be fulfilled. East and West have been pitted against each other since the beginning of civilisation and it will end one day in the destruction of this planet.

Correct. We've got the nice land and they want it.

The Islamification of Europe is proceeding apace.

Some of us are not planning to lie down and play dead.

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Why do you call him that? Do you think he's Oirish or something?

He apparently has Irish genes on the Father's side going back a few generations. It adds to his legitimacy as President as so many of them were Irishmen (most recently Clinton and Reagan). The O' is a PR stunt no doubt. :D

Evidence that the Muslim world is invading even the highest offices of power in the West:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/worldnews/8259697/Silvio-Berlusconi-the-Italian-prime-minister-is-to-face-a-prostitution-investigation.html?image=1

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He apparently has Irish genes on the Father's side going back a few generations. It adds to his legitimacy as President as so many of them were Irishmen (most recently Clinton and Reagan). The O' is a PR stunt no doubt. :D

O'sama is just the same.

Always wanting to be seen with a fiddle and a glass of Guiness...

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The struggle against the East began long before Barak Hussein O'bama.

The first recorded pitched battle of any significance was in the 5th Century BC when Spartans held back an attempted "Asianification" of Europa. Several more attempts followed with the Carpathians being the only peoples in the known world the Romans could not get the better of. An uneasy truce was agreed. The forces of the East rose again under Saladin some 400 years after Mohammed invented a new religion to unite Asian peoples against the Western powers. The East moved west along North Africa up into Spain where they settled for hundreds of years before The "Cid" united the Spanish and they were ejected. The East attempted to invade from Turkey into Europa in the 6th Century (onweards)but were foiled by Charlemagne when another uneasy truce was declared. Things went quiet again until WW1 when the East rode the coattails of the Kaiser and they began another move Westward (Ottoman invasion of Greece and Cyprus). WW2 saw further attempts by Eastern powers to destroy the West but the West stood firm.

In these latter days the move to conquer the West is now by mass immigration and takeover of the suburbs through ghettoisation of vast tracts of land. The training and plotting has shifted from Iraq (who tried to annexe its neighbours to rebuild the Babylonian Empire) further Eastward to the old Carpathian Empire which Alexander the Great and the Romans were unable to subdue.

This conflict is forever. O'Bama is just another character in the drama of history. The US justr anotherWestern power involved in the struggle with Greece before it, and Rome and the HRE, our own Empire.

The hope of peace will never be fulfilled. East and West have been pitted against each other since the beginning of civilisation and it will end one day in the destruction of this planet.

It was Charles Martel who kicked Islam out of france, who was the grandfarther of Charlemagne, you've also forgotten the Pagan Kazarian empire(who converted on mass to Judaism) which at about the same time repelled a Muslim invaison over the caucasian mountain range.

Also lets not forget Vlad the impaler of the 15th cen who resisted Islamic invasion, and the ottoman siege of vienna in 1529, and the final battle of vienna in 1683 with King of Poland John III Sobieski defeating Grand Vizier Merzifonlu Kara Mustafa Pasha .

The Ottomans fought on for another 16 years, losing control of Hungary and Transylvania in the process, before finally giving up. The end of the conflict was finalized by the Treaty of Karlowitz.The battle marked the historic end of the expansion of the Ottoman Empire into Europe

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Who are the Carpathians? The Carpathian mountains are in Europe, do you mean Sassanid Empire or Parthian empire?

Might of meant Carthage, but they were beaten so probably not.

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Might of meant Carthage, but they were beaten so probably not.

Yeah, he may mean Carthage but thats in Africa (Phoenician asian origin) , and as you said, beaten and exterminated. Around the Carpathian mountains there was the Dacian people but Rome exterminated them aswell.

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He apparently has Irish genes on the Father's side going back a few generations. It adds to his legitimacy as President as so many of them were Irishmen (most recently Clinton and Reagan). The O' is a PR stunt no doubt. :D

Evidence that the Muslim world is invading even the highest offices of power in the West:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/worldnews/8259697/Silvio-Berlusconi-the-Italian-prime-minister-is-to-face-a-prostitution-investigation.html?image=1

I volunteer to impale her...got to hand it to Silvio, the guy has good taste in seriously young hot women.

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Just been on BBC news ,apparently the riots are about freedom of speech ,no mention of food price inflation :ph34r:

C'mon, populations have and continue to live in sufferance under dictatorships. That was true of pre-revolution France, pre-Tianenmen China. What lit the blue touch-paper however in both instances was rocketing food prices. Dictatorships / one-party states are uniquely prone to such failures, simply because there is nobody else to blame. Moreover, since in such states government = party, revolution is the only option for change.

The 12% fall in the Chinese stock market over Christmas due to a rise in interest rates shows just how mindful Beijing is of these issues. They fear inflation more than market collapse, because inflation is the one thing that can bring them down.

And as the op points out, there is a direct connection between QE / bank bailouts / fiscal stimulus in the US and inflation around the globe. Look at it that way and you begin to see why people cite QE / bailouts etc an act , intentional or otherwise, of global financial terrorism.

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it not about food its just an explosion of hate.

what took the piss was the wikileaks .... a certifica of corruption go have a look its unbelievable Mafia family.

Then the 30 year old presidents son in law uses free money to by the largest tunisian mobile phone network for over a billion dollars!!

then a boy set himself on fire mohammed bouazizi when police beat him over a shitty fruit cart......and then the rest is like V for Vendetta.

its not good my wife is from there and i have a business there looters and gangs on the street which unsurprisingly are made up of the police in many cases.

NO islamists, NO help from outside, No opposition

A true revolution but because the ******er was so tightly controlling the place he has left it in the shit 1 policeman for every 4 citizens and their boss ran away so army is against the police.

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it not about food its just an explosion of hate.

what took the piss was the wikileaks .... a certifica of corruption go have a look its unbelievable Mafia family.

Then the 30 year old presidents son in law uses free money to by the largest tunisian mobile phone network for over a billion dollars!!

then a boy set himself on fire mohammed bouazizi when police beat him over a shitty fruit cart......and then the rest is like V for Vendetta.

its not good my wife is from there and i have a business there looters and gangs on the street which unsurprisingly are made up of the police in many cases.

NO islamists, NO help from outside, No opposition

A true revolution but because the ******er was so tightly controlling the place he has left it in the shit 1 policeman for every 4 citizens and their boss ran away so army is against the police.

Okay, your wifre is from there. Perhaps she can help me with a percentage. I'd like to know how long Tunisians have been rioting vs how long they have been living under a dictatorship. You might also want to help me calculate the percentage of time spent rioting to the time spent with rocketing food prices.

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it not about food its just an explosion of hate.

what took the piss was the wikileaks .... a certifica of corruption go have a look its unbelievable Mafia family.

Then the 30 year old presidents son in law uses free money to by the largest tunisian mobile phone network for over a billion dollars!!

then a boy set himself on fire mohammed bouazizi when police beat him over a shitty fruit cart......and then the rest is like V for Vendetta.

its not good my wife is from there and i have a business there looters and gangs on the street which unsurprisingly are made up of the police in many cases.

NO islamists, NO help from outside, No opposition

A true revolution but because the ******er was so tightly controlling the place he has left it in the shit 1 policeman for every 4 citizens and their boss ran away so army is against the police.

Ah the memories - such an ingénue! I remember being given a rose on my first day in Tunisia, then being exhorted to pay up at the next corner.

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I don't think that Uncle Sam plays more than a side-role in Tunisia's problems.

I was there a few years ago on - coincidence - a Thomas Cook holiday, and it was immediately obvious that the country had serious issues: a sullen, resentful population, living in fear of anyone of a uniform.

Britain 2020?

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The struggle against the East began long before Barak Hussein O'bama.

The first recorded pitched battle of any significance was in the 5th Century BC when Spartans held back an attempted "Asianification" of Europa. Several more attempts followed with the Carpathians being the only peoples in the known world the Romans could not get the better of. An uneasy truce was agreed. The forces of the East rose again under Saladin some 400 years after Mohammed invented a new religion to unite Asian peoples against the Western powers. The East moved west along North Africa up into Spain where they settled for hundreds of years before The "Cid" united the Spanish and they were ejected. The East attempted to invade from Turkey into Europa in the 6th Century (onweards)but were foiled by Charlemagne when another uneasy truce was declared. Things went quiet again until WW1 when the East rode the coattails of the Kaiser and they began another move Westward (Ottoman invasion of Greece and Cyprus). WW2 saw further attempts by Eastern powers to destroy the West but the West stood firm.

In these latter days the move to conquer the West is now by mass immigration and takeover of the suburbs through ghettoisation of vast tracts of land. The training and plotting has shifted from Iraq (who tried to annexe its neighbours to rebuild the Babylonian Empire) further Eastward to the old Carpathian Empire which Alexander the Great and the Romans were unable to subdue.

This conflict is forever. O'Bama is just another character in the drama of history. The US justr anotherWestern power involved in the struggle with Greece before it, and Rome and the HRE, our own Empire.

The hope of peace will never be fulfilled. East and West have been pitted against each other since the beginning of civilisation and it will end one day in the destruction of this planet.

The problem you have when you go back that far is that people were not "European" or "Asian" as such. Greek civilisation started on Crete, and these people had probably come up from Egypt. The Greeks as such did make war with Persians, but they also fought alongside them. Also, you have to remember that the West Vs East thing doesn't automatically mean West = good guys and East = bad guys. Sparta was a dreadful place, for example.

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