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    • Dr MI Barton MA. MBA
    • 07.09.07 | 12:10 (IDT)

    Olmert must be a bit scared as Markist-Lenonist.The assasins are loyalty mad and his link with Blair is dangerous that way as well. Labour activists are against the poor and up market and Blair left the PM job which he tried to make Head of State for the Palestinians terror role to ease his heart problem! The way the UK univs are being sods against Israeli Universities show another level of madness and in Oxford the VC. is a Hood and the Chancellor is fast track Latin persausion with the old despotism that made Protestant great with all College backing. Luton and Derby and London and Oxford and Detroit have all shown a distinctly odd aspect as does UK/USA relations while the Socialist mad USSR and Europe Nasi seem to prosper with every move yet are completely criminals in offences against the person and are damning light gene Allied families. These soft laws helping the Axis get high incomes and strong dominant moves is not satisfactory and seem to be for 5.5 b out of the 6+ b.

    from the article: Who cares about the public?
    First published 00:00 06.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 07.09.07
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