d3adz0mbie's Articles In International
November 10, 2004 by d3adz0mbie
Nov. 10th, 9PM EST. Mohammed Abadul-Raouf Qudwa Arafat Al-Husseini, more popularly known as Yassir Arafat, left this Earthly realm due to complications from liver and kidney failure. Upon arrival in Heaven, Arafat was somewhat shaken to discover St.Peter, the Jewish convert that preached the teachings of Christ, awaiting him at a large gated structure. Arafat was overheard muttering "Allah?" before realizing all those people the Fatah guerrilla movement blew up really were Gods children.

November 1, 2004 by d3adz0mbie
We have been informed that the Islamic terrorists who hate our guts do notlike to be called "Towel Heads," since the item they wear on their heads isactually a small, folded sheet.Therefore, from this point forward, please refer to them as: "Little SheetHeads."Thank you for your support and compliance on this delicate matter.
October 16, 2004 by d3adz0mbie
Think Saddam was contained? Think he wasn't a terrorist? Do you think, in any fashion, that the Iraq war was a mistake?

More Iraqi mass graves
"The head of the unit, Greg Kehoe, who has seen more than his share of horrors in places such as the Balkans, couldn’t believe what he saw.
"I’ve never seen women and children executed, defenseless people executed in this fashion," he said. "I mean, you look at a young woman holding her 2-year-old child with a gunshot wound to the back of the head. ...
October 13, 2004 by d3adz0mbie
Just in case you missed John Kerry bringing that up over and over and over, as if it was an issue. Hopefully this blog entry will help everyone know this important fact, because Kerry WONT STOP BRINGING IT UP.
October 12, 2004 by d3adz0mbie
Welcome to the Republic of The United States of America. Prepare to be conquered.

Sounds sort of funny when you say it aloud, and yet it is to the point. The United States of America, which I so dearly love, is an Empire. We are an Empire of ideas, of culture, of entertainment and philosiphy. And we will conquer you.

We may or may not invade your country. We may or may not remove your leader from power. We may or may not engage your country in an 'economic race' to bankrupt you and collap...
October 10, 2004 by d3adz0mbie
In an article to the NY TImes, Senator Kerry claims that terrorism is similar to gambling and prostitution in that it is seen as little more than a "nuisance"

I don't know what context this was in, but if anyone can link me to text of the actual article I would appreciate it. I'd like to actually read what he said before I comment on this.


FOUND IT:''We have to get back to the place we were, where terrorists are not the focus of our lives, but the...
October 7, 2004 by d3adz0mbie
Oil for food. The loophole in international sanctions against Iraq. Four years ago it seemed like a great idea, trading Iraq's natural resource for food for it's citizens in the face of strict international sanctions. Two years ago, Russia, France, Germany and others STRONGLY oppose the USA invading Iraq. Two years ago, these same countries wanted to lift sanctions.

Now we know what was actually happening. These only diplomacy these countries were conducting was a dimplomacy of greed.

October 7, 2004 by d3adz0mbie
I see alot of people going back and forth about the war in Iraq, alot of people that don't understand North Korea or Iran, and it's really time that this very straightforward international dimplomacy be laid out in terms EVERYONE can understand. US diplomacy under the current administration follows a clear three step path that is easy to follow.

STEP ONE. Unilateral talks. This involves the USA discussing policy with another country in a one on one manner. Most countries in the world engage ...
September 22, 2004 by d3adz0mbie
Truthfully, the US led global forces did invade Iraq for the oil, but not in the way most conspiracy theorists' would claim. It is because of oil that Saddams direct link to terrorism can be shown, but again, not in the way conspiracy theorists' would claim. Let me explain.

In 1979, just after taking firm control of the Iraqi government, Saddam realized that he could extend his power by taking control of a single resource, oil. To begin this goal of extended global influence, Saddam set his s...