Joseph DioGuardi Präsident von AACL ist Tot
Erstellt von Albanesi2, 20.08.2005, 20:07 Uhr · 8 Antworten · 924 Aufrufe
Joseph DioGuardi Präsident von AACL ist Tot
Re: Joseph DioGuardi Präsident von AACL ist Tot
Lass ich mal stehen, weil Du es bist!
Zitat von Albanesi2
Aber bitte, das nächste Mal unter Rakja!
Presidenti Moisiu priti Kongresmenin Dana Robaher dhe ish Kongresmenin Xhozef DioGuardi
Er ist heute in Abanien zu Besuch und traf sich mit Staatspräsident Alfred Moisiu und ein US-Kongressabgeordneter Dana Rohrbacher ist auch dabei.
Dana Rohrabacher ist ein Taliban Freund.
Zitat von Albanesi2
Ich könnte Dir sofort Fotos mit Taliban, Bin Laden und entsprechende Aussagen bringen, das Rohrabacher sogar die Taliban als Freunde der USA bezeichnete. Solche Besuche der US Politischen Verbrecher Banden, schaden Albanien.
Wenn auf der Präsidenten Seite, angebliche wichtige Politiker genannt werden und deren Besuche so wird es total peinlich, wenn die Namen vollkommen falsch geschrieben werden!
Anscheinend werden von dummen Bauern Mafiosos, welcher der AACL bezahlt, auch die Website des Präsidenten betrieben.
Dana Rohrabacher und Josef DioGuardio sind so unwichtig, wie ein Sack Flöhe. Nur für die US Mafia Nr. 1 und die Albaner Mafia sind diese Leute wichtig und für Bin Laden Drogen Verteil STelle des CIA.
Hab was über ihm gefunden:
Absoluter Top Beitrag, denn ich ebenso kenne.
Zitat von Albanesi2
Rohrabacher ist einer der durchgeknallten Taliban Freunde.
Zitat Rohrabacher aus Deinem Top link.
"[Rohrabacher] says the Taliban are devout traditionalists—not terrorists or revolutionaries. He believes a Taliban takeover [of Afghanistan] would be a positive development."
—Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, November/December 1996 issue
In the hours after the deadly Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist strikes, fear loomed that the federal government had fallen into disarray and would be impotent to stop additional attacks. It didn’t help that President George W. Bush hid for several hours at military installations in middle America or that a Bush staffer claimed (without evidence) that Air Force One was a target of foreign terrorists. Members of a special House Intelligence subcommittee on international terrorism evacuated the U.S. Capitol and, in hopes of calming public anxiety, called an emergency press conference.
"Today’s vicious attacks were clearly intended to instill fear, cause panic and kill innocent Americans in large numbers," said Representative Saxby Chambliss (R-Georgia), head of the House terrorism group. "If terrorists believe they could shut down the U.S. government and paralyze the American people, they were simply mistaken. The government is functioning."
Then Chambliss turned to a bigger question: How could Middle Eastern terrorists hijack four loaded passenger jets and convert them into missiles without any detection by U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies?
"Obviously, nobody knew that this threat was imminent in the way that it happened," Chambliss said. "But terrorism throughout the world, particularly directed at Americans, has been in existence for any number of years. And our committee is striving hard to ensure that we provide the best intelligence possible to hopefully ensure that these types of incidents don’t ever happen again."
California’s Jane Harman, the ranking Democrat in Chambliss’ group, expressed sadness at the death toll but struck a confident note. "Understand that we are getting you the information as fast as we can and that we’re taking the steps necessary to protect you and your families from further harm," said Harman (D-Redondo Beach). "The bottom line here is that the U.S. is strong."
But Chambliss and Harman’s hope to present a rosy, bipartisan façade for the national C-SPAN audience faded quickly. Representative Dana Rohrabacher—not a member of the terrorism committee—appeared and demanded to speak. Unlike his colleagues, the Huntington Beach Republican had no plans to offer sweet-sounding reassurances.
"Listen! Hold on!" said Rohrabacher. "I am a bigger expert on Afghanistan than any member of Congress."
As a speechwriter and special assistant to President Ronald Reagan, Rohrabacher played a key role in the late 1980s getting money and arms, including U.S.-made Stinger missiles, to Afghan holy warriors, then at war with the Soviet Union. He once bragged of being "certainly a major player" in a coalition inside the White House that supported anyone "opposing Communist domination around the world." In November 1988, he even visited the Afghan front lines during a five-day hike with an armed mujahideen patrol in eastern Afghanistan. Among those fighters he encountered, he later recalled, were "Saudi Arabians under a crazy commander named bin Laden."
Rohrabacher carried that record to a C-SPAN microphone on Sept. 11. "Let me just tell you, this is not just a day of infamy; this is a tragedy," he said. "It’s a day of disgrace." Excoriating the intelligence community, he demanded to know, "Where’s the FBI? Where’s the CIA?" and asked how they would explain their "catastrophic incompetence."
"I’ve been begging people to do something about Afghanistan," he said. "And I said if we didn’t do anything about the Taliban, we would pay a dear price."
The next day, The Orange County Register reported in a top story, "Horror and Hindsight," that the terrorist attacks "could turn out to be a horrific told-you-so" for Rohrabacher. To make sure his "angry" comments were amplified, the congressman granted multiple television, radio and newspaper interviews and authored an unsolicited column that carried this note: "A must read. You will be livid over the level of incompetency [sic] in our intelligence agencies." In it, Rohrabacher claimed that the Clinton administration—out of office for eight months when the attacks occurred—had ignored his pleas not to negotiate with the Taliban, a fundamentalist Islamic party controlling most of Afghanistan since 1996. (A hardcore partisan Republican, Rohrabacher remained silent about numerous meetings between George W. Bush’s advisors and the Taliban throughout 2001.) On Sept. 17, 2001, the congressman declared, "There is rage in my soul."
Right-wing organizations across the nation immediately picked up on Rohrabacher’s anti-Taliban, anti-Clinton statements and hailed him a "hero."
In fact, Rohrabacher’s post-Sept. 11 finger-pointing was a fraud designed to distract attention from his own ongoing meddling in the foreign-policy nightmare. Federal documents reviewed by the Weekly show that Rohrabacher maintained a cordial, behind-the-scenes relationship with Osama bin Laden’s associates in the Middle East—even while he mouthed his most severe anti-Taliban comments at public forums across the U.S. There’s worse: despite the federal Logan Act ban on unauthorized individual attempts to conduct American foreign policy, the congressman dangerously acted as a self-appointed secretary of state, constructing what foreign-affairs experts call a "dual tract" policy with the Taliban.
A veteran U.S. foreign-policy expert told the Weekly, "If Dana’s right-wing fans knew the truth about his actual, working relationship with the Taliban and its representatives in the Middle East and in the United States, they wouldn’t be so happy."
Nowadays, Rohrabacher and his numerous aides are quick to provide copies of the congressman’s pre-Sept. 11 rants against the Taliban. They will tell you that he labeled them "a pack of dogs killing anyone" and "the most anti-Western, anti-female, anti-human rights regime in the world." They will also show you records of the congressman berating Clinton administration foreign-policy advisors for misreading Taliban intentions and for trying to negotiate peace in Afghanistan with the militant Islamic group’s Mullah Mohammed Omar, a bin Laden associate.
What they won’t mention is that Rohrabacher also once lobbied shamelessly for the Taliban. A November/December 1996 article in Washington Report on Middle East Affairs reported, "The potential rise of power of the Taliban does not alarm Rohrabacher" because the congressman believes the "Taliban could provide stability in an area where chaos was creating a real threat to the U.S." Later in the article, Rohrabacher claimed that:
•Taliban leaders are "not terrorists or revolutionaries."
•Media reports documenting the Taliban’s harsh, radical beliefs were "nonsense."
•The Taliban would develop a "disciplined, moral society" that did not harbor terrorists.
Rohrabacher sagt: Die Taliban haben eine hohe Moral und sind keine Terroristen, sonder Revolutionäre, Ausserdem garantieren die Taliban eine Stabilität in Afghanistan [/size]
Kurz gesagt: Dieser AACL Typ ist vollkommen durchgeknallt, wenn er Leute ohne Schul Bildung, welche ihre Frauen zu Tode steinigen und die grausam Leute zu Tode foltern auch noch als Gesellschaft mit hoher Moral bezeichnet!
@albanesi du wirst hier langsam ein richtig guter User. Meinen Respekt! :!:
Weil es ein so guter Thread ist.
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