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Teroristé po válce v Iráku ožili

Saúdská Arábie se stále vzpamatovává z atentátů v Rijádu, kde po útoku devíti sebevrahů zemřelo dalších 25 lidí, a už se objevila nová hrozba. Islámští radikálové chtějí zaútočit v Džiddě, tvrdí USA. Před hrozbou teroru spjatým s Al-Kajdou, který utlumila válka v Iráku, varovaly i další země.

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aa

dalsi vyborny clanek
Soudruh redaktor Dvoracek je uvedomelym pracovnikem. Zasluhuje si obdiv sirokych mas proletariatu a vsech zastancu vedecke teorie Marx-Leninizmu.  Citat z jeho clanku: "Teroristé se připomínají nedlouho po skončení války proti Iráku, která měla zpřetrhat jejich údajné vazby s režimem diktátora Saddáma Husajna." soudruhu, spravne pouzivas taktiky marx-leninske teorie a praxe socialisticke zurnalistiky na dezorientovani nevdelanych ctenaru.  Doporucuji precist nejake fakta: >>>Rusko trenovalo Iracke spiony> CtiZde>     >>>Bililogicke zbrane v Iraku> CtiZde>  a take Zde>   >>>Supertajne teroristicke vycvikove stredisko v Iraku kde se ucili na fungijicim Boing 707 podrezavat hrdla pilotu stejne jako Sep 11 v NY> ctiZde>   take obrazek campu> Zde>     
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18.5.2003 1:06

:-O)

Re: dalsi vyborny clanek
Paul Harris and Martin Bright in London, Taji and Ed Helmore in New York Sunday May 11, 2003 >>>>US rivals turn on each other as weapons search draws a blank One key argument for war was the peril from weapons of mass destruction. Now top officials are worried by repeated failures to find the proof - and US intelligence agencies are engaged in a struggle to avoid the blame The Iraqi military base at Taji does not look like a place of global importance. It is a desolate expanse of bunkers and hangars surrounded by barbed wire and battered look-out posts. It is deserted apart from American sentries at the gate. Yet Taji, north of Baghdad, is the key to a furious debate. Where are Saddam's weapons of mass destruction? Was the war fought on a platform of lies? Taji was the only specific location singled out by Secretary of State Colin Powell in his address to the UN when he argued that evidence compiled by US intelligence proved the existence of an illegal weapons programme. 'This is one of 65 such facilities in Iraq,' Powell said. 'We know this one has housed chemical weapons.' But The Observer has learnt that Taji has drawn a blank. US sources say no such weapons were found when a search party scoured the base in late April. By then it had already been looted by local villagers. If Taji ever had any secrets, they are long gone. That is bad news for Britain and the United States. The pressure is building to find Saddam's hidden arsenal and time is running out. Last week the US flew 2,000 more experts into Iraq. The Iraq Survey Team will join 600 experts already there. Organisations in Iraq hunting for weapons now include teams from the US and British armies, the CIA, the FBI and the Defence Threat Reduction Agency. Yet at more than 110 sites checked so far they have found nothing conclusive. It has been an exercise in false alarms. Suspect white powder at Latifiyah was only explosives. Barrels of what was thought to be sarin and tabun nerve agents were pesticides. When a dozen US soldiers checked a suspect site and fell ill, it was because they had inhaled fertiliser fumes. Each setback ratchets up the political pressure. Infighting between government departments and intelligence agencies is becoming vicious on both sides of the Atlantic. Having fought a war to disarm Iraq of its terrible weapons, neither the US nor Britain can admit that Iraq never had them in the first place. The search for weapons of mass destruction cannot be allowed to fail. The search is especially vital for The Cabal. In the brave new world of post-11 September America, this tight group of analysts deep in the heart of the Pentagon has been the driving force behind the war in Iraq. Numbering no more than a dozen, The Cabal is part of the Office of Special Plans, a new intelligence agency which has taken on the CIA and won. Where the CIA dithered over Iraq, the OSP pressed on. Where the CIA doubted, the OSP was firm. It fought a battle royal over Iraq and George Bush came down on its side. The OSP is the brainchild of Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, who set it up after the 2001 terrorist attacks. It was tasked with going over old ground on Iraq and showing that the CIA had overlooked the threat posed. But its rise has caused massive ructions in the normally secretive world of intelligence gathering. The OSP reports directly to Paul Wolfowitz, a leading hawk in the administration. They bypassed the CIA and the Pentagon's own Defence Intelligence Agency when it came to whispering in the President's ear. They argued a forceful case for war against Saddam before his weapons programmes came to fruition. More moderate voices in the CIA and DIA were drowned out. The result has been a flurry of leaks to the US press. One CIA official described The Cabal's members as 'crazed', on a 'mission from God'. But for the moment The Cabal and Rumsfeld's Pentagon have won and Powell's doveish State Department has lost. Tensions between the two are now in the open. 'Rumsfeld set up his own intelligence agency because he didn't like the intelligence he was getting,' said Larry Korb, director of national security studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. 'He doesn't like Powell's approach, a typical diplomat, too cautious.' Former CIA officials are caustic about the OSP. Unreliable and politically motivated, they say it has undermined decades of work by the CIA's trained spies and ignored the truth when it has contradicted its world view. 'Their methods are vicious,' said Vince Cannistraro, former CIA chief of counter-terrorism. 'The politicisation of intelligence is pandemic, and deliberate disinformation is being promoted. They choose the worst-case scenario on everything and so much of the information is fallacious.' But Cannistraro is retired. His attacks will not bother The Cabal, firmly 'in the loop' of Washington's movers and shakers. Yet, even among them, continued failure to find any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq is a growing fear. The fallout from the war could bring them down. The warning was there in black and white. Citing 'intelligence' sources, Tony Blair produced an official dossier that concluded Iraq could fire its chemical or biological weapons within 45 minutes of an order to do so. It was a terrifying prospect and ramped up the pro-war argument when the dossier was produced last September. But cold analysis after the war tells a different story. Iraq was abandoned by the UN weapons inspectors, then bombed, invaded and finally brought under US and British military control. During that entire time the 'button' was never pressed on its weapons of mass destruction. Now both the pro-war party and the anti-war lobby want to know why. Can this mysterious lapse be explained or did the weapons never exist?
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18.5.2003 12:50

blb

Re: dalsi vyborny clanek taky zde
Peter Beaumont, foreign affairs editor Sunday May 18, 2003 >>>> Plan for Iraq handover government scrapped >>> US and British plans for rebuilding Iraq were descending into chaos this weekend as officials admitted they had indefinitely scrapped plans for a transitional government and Spain revealed a gaping hole in funding for reconstruction. Allied officials told leaders of the Iraqi exile community, who have flooded back to Baghdad that they had abandoned plans to allow Iraqi opposition forces to form a national assembly and transitional government by the end of the month. Instead, say opposition sources who attended a Friday meeting with Paul Bremer, the Pentagon-appointed civilian administrator in Iraq, US and British diplomats announced they would remain in charge for an undisclosed period. Bremer, who was accompanied by John Sawers, a British diplomat representing Prime Minister Tony Blair, told the meeting the Allies now preferred an 'interim authority' in which Iraqis would assist by creating a constitution for Iraq, revamping the educational system and devising a plan for future democratic elections. 'It's clear you cannot transfer all powers to some interim body, because it will not have the strength or resources to carry those responsibilities out,' said Sawers. 'There was agreement that we should aim to have a national conference as soon as we reasonably could do so.' Huge divisions are now apparent within Iraq's opposition, not least between returning Iraqi exiles, like Ahmed Chalabi, who have been demanding prominent positions in any transitional government, and the grassroots movements, many of them focused on local Shia leaders who are demanding an Islamic state. Meanwhile there is a crisis over funding for reconstruction following claims that oil revenue will fall far short of the $41 billion (£26bn) re-quired over the next two years to get the shattered nation on its feet. Before the war senior US administration officials, including President George W. Bush, suggested that the sale of Iraqi oil - at present still covered by UN sanctions and administered by the UN's Oil For Food programme - would largely pay for the reconstruction. But new figures produced by Spain's Ministry of Economic Affairs and sent to the World Bank, UN and International Monetary Fund have led the Spanish government to conclude that oil revenues are likely to fall far short of the contribution originally envisaged. According to the Spanish figures, the $41bn total is likely almost to double over 10 years, and even that calculation has been challenged by international aid agencies working in Iraq who fear the figure could rise to as much as $250bn over the same period. Although Iraq has more than 112 billion barrels of proven oil reserves, the second largest in the world, its oil infrastructure is under-developed and deteriorating and - experts say - would require considerable investment to realise its potential as the economic engine of a postwar economy. In 2002 Iraq pumped $13bn worth of oil, a figure it is unlikely to come anywhere close to this year after deliberate firing of wells by Saddam's regime and the near-complete disintegration of Iraq's civic society. According to the Spanish figures, renovating and modernising Iraq's oil industry will cost $3.5bn alone. The scale of the expected shortfall in funding has been underlined by the US commitment to reconstruction, a slim $2.5bn approved by Congress. US Treasury Secretary John Snow insisted last week that countries like France and Germany, who opposed the war, would have to make substantial contributions. The US, UK and Spain are now sponsoring a UN resolution to end sanctions against Iraq and the oil for food programme, instead placing Iraqi oil revenues first under the Pentagon's control, then under a transitional Iraqi authority through which the money could be channelled for reconstruction. The resolution, which would give the occupying powers authority in Iraq for at least a year, would also call for an international fund to rebuild Iraq. The resolution, which is expected to be tabled this week, is being opposed by France, Germany, Russia and China over the lack of a clearly defined central role for the UN and concern that placing Iraq's oil revenues in the hands of an occupying power would breach the UN convention.
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18.5.2003 13:43

blb

Re: dalsi vyborny who is who
US struggles to unlock Iraq's black gold Getting Iraqis involved in rebuilding the oil industry is vital, but many fear being seen as American stooges, says Oliver Morgan Sunday May 4, 2003 Last week it took a day in a queue to get half a tank of gasoline in Baghdad. This, in a country with 112 billion barrels of proven reserves, the second largest on the planet. In the view of the US, the UK, the UN and many Iraqis themselves, oil is essential to pay for the rebuilding of the country. But last week Iraq was pumping 300,000 barrels out of the ground each day - compared with 3.5 million barrels a day (b/d) of 12 years ago and only 12 per cent of what was being produced in February. One thing opponents and supporters of the war agree on is that it is vital that the rebuilding of the oil infrastructure, after a dozen years of neglect under the sanctions regime, begins immediately. One senior former Iraqi oil industry figure says: 'The country has been at war for 20 years. It needs billions of dollars. It has it under the ground, but there is a lot of work to be done to get it out quickly enough.' This is as vital for the war coalition as it is for ordinary Iraqis. Expert estimates suggest $3-$5bn will be spent in the coming three years on bringing production back to 3.5 million b/d, but $30bn will be needed to reach the 5-7 million b/d seen by economists as necessary to pay for developing Iraq into a modern economy. But while economics demands immediate action, political sensitivities are preventing it. The US is appointing an advisory board in Iraq to oversee the rebuilding and operation of the industry. It will be headed by Philip Carroll, formerly an executive at Shell, and US engineer/contractor Fluor. Iraqi oil experts are vital for the technical expertise and political credibility they will bring to the post-conflict regime, but many are reluctant to serve on a body that could be seen to be promoting US interests. They do not want to be associated with an advisory board headed by a man from Shell who previously worked for one of the companies that has said it wants to be involved with repairing damage to the oil infrastructure as soon as it can. 'The Americans are desperate to get Iraqis from inside and outside the country to work together to give them legitimacy,' says one industry expert. 'But many refuse because they believe America went to war for oil and is in it for themselves now. Look at Halliburton [the company, formerly headed by Vice President Dick Cheney, which won contracts to repair war-damaged oil wells]. Look at who this guy Carroll is. To bring production up to 3.5 million b/d will cost $3bn. If Fluor gets any of that work, what credibility will the US have?' One of the Iraqis who was asked to join the advisory board in Iraq was Fadhil Chalabi, cousin of Ahmad, the man that many at the Defense Department, including Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, want to see run the country now. Chalabi says: 'I am not against serving in Iraq, but under the present conditions it is most difficult. I can serve only when conditions are different, when there is a legitimate Iraqi government in place.' Chalabi's refusal is a blow because his views are close to those held in Washington. He believes it is essential for Iraq to produce up to and beyond 5 million b/d in the next five to seven years in order to meet what he estimates will be the $300bn of restructuring and development costs needed to reintegrate the country into the global economy ....... This would avoid the charge that the West was grabbing Iraqi assets, but would still lay the US government open to charges of favouring its own corporations if they started winning too many contracts. Zainy will have to tread carefully if he is to avoid being branded America's stooge. And he must hope that Carroll, Jay Garner et al do not make his life too difficult. One Iraqi who saw Zainy shortly before he left the US for Iraq last week says: 'There is an ambivalence here. On the one hand is the fact that the Americans are seen in Iraq as a military occupier. On the other there is a desire to serve one's country. 'There are great risks to getting involved. It may turn out some years from now that you are merely seen as a puppet of the US. If Iraq really becomes free, that may not be good.'
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18.5.2003 13:49

ctenar

a ted zas Maroko
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17.5.2003 11:53

Jarda

citat dne slava Honzykovi kosowskemu
Hrdinný boj iráckého lidu proti americkým okupantům nebude nikdy zapomenut.   ...protože já vždy pevně věřil, že ten boj dvou rovnocenných armád vyhraje ta, která stojí na stráži míru a demokracie   Blahoprejeme Honzykovi kosowskemu. Vyhral soutez o citat dne 16-5-03. Hura a slava mu  
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17.5.2003 8:41

Jan

Re: citat dne slava Honzykovi kosowskemu
Svatá prostoto, s jakým nedůvtipným hejnem prostým jakéhokoliv smyslu pro  ironii tu ztrácím čas! Tenhleten "my" Jarouš  je toho čítankovým příkladem.
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17.5.2003 12:02

pamětník

Re: Re: citat dne slava Honzykovi kosowskemu
To zas já pamatuju časy kdy jsi míval co do diskuze. Dneska už ti mozek nemyslí a napadáš opozici jen proto že je opozice. Nadto si svoje koniny tiskneš pěkně tlustě. Tím jsou nápadnější. Zhořknul jsi nám Jeníku.
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17.5.2003 12:41

Jan

Re: Re: Re: citat dne slava Honzykovi kosowskemu
Nemáš to trochu pomotané? Jarda americkyj nebo tenhle aaa jsou opozice? Opozice čeho? A ty píšeš jako my?  Tak to asi budeš mluvčí skupiny pamětníků  Škoda, že máš každou chvíli jiné jméno, to asi proto, aby se tvoje pamětnické koniny daly hůře identifikovat
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18.5.2003 12:02

otaznik

Re: citat dne slava Honzykovi kosowskemu
Jardo, s citaty dne jsem tu zacal ja. Tvuj Honzyk se Kretienum z Kanady jen tezko vyrovna.
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18.5.2003 12:58

zalozak

Vyvazene nasili ...
Sledujici tyto zpravy dochazim k zaveru ze i teroriste cti to ze vlna terrorismu ma svoje maximum ..  Jak jinak vysvetlit ze teroriste v SA (a jinde) v dobe valky v zemi s nimi nesouvisejici jaksi s utoky nespechali. Mozna si rikali ze kdyz pro zmenu terrorizuje svet USA tak oni si daji dovolenou. No to asi ne.  Spise si rikali ze USA dela docela dobrou proti USA propagandu samo tak proc jeste mrhat energii .. Nez me zase nejake "aa" cervene obvini ze vseho mozneho - jedno predeslani - teroristi patri na jedine misto a to pred popravci cetu. Jenze kdyby nebylo neustale snahy nekterych zemi rozsevat nenavist...tak by nebylo ani tech teroristu...  
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17.5.2003 7:49

aa

Re: Vyvazene nasili ...
soudruh zalozak>>>ses nejak moc "zalozenej">> kdo rozseva nenavist sou teroriste.. dokonce i Rusove je odsuzuji... jenom ty je ospravedlnujes. Co si zac? nejakej muslimskej prorok na leceni v Podebradech? To tam mate debatni krouzek profesoru - teroristu? Jenom si pis ty kraviny... stejne ty teroristy pochytame jednoho po druhem a pak posleme na Guantanamo. Podle toho co a jak pises, mozna jednoho dne tam budes i ty...
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17.5.2003 16:41

zalozak

Jiny clanek stejna otazka.
Hele aa..... prodluzujou ti pobyt, vydelavas na duchod nebo co mas za tuhle agitaci. Pokud jsi zdrhnul tak jsi nemusel ... za takovouhle propagandu by te kazdy rezim platil zlatem.  
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17.5.2003 17:10

aa

Re: Jiny clanek stejna otazka.
soudruh zalozak>>> nemusis mit starost o mne, ja nejsu spekulantem tveho socialistickeho razeni... ja su OK bez podvodu a chytraceni....  postarej se radsi o sebe abys nezvastal porad ty same nesmysly co te naucili "khaky" mozgy na vojne... porad to smrdi tim VUML. ..   To pobiras dvoji penzi? Jednu od socialicke CSLA a take SSI v USA? to mas ale chytrej ceskej mozecek? Tak radsi nezneuzivej pohostinstvi USA kterou tak nenavidis. ( to soudim podle klavesnice co pouzivas)... no mozna to tak neni, a dostal si darem americkej computer od nejakeho socialistickeho potomka co se vplyzil v honbe za penezma do USA... P.S. Tve argumenty budu uplne zrat kdyz mi napises na computru vymyslenem a skonstruovanem v CCCP anebo na Kube.
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18.5.2003 3:20

blb

Re: Re: ...záložáku,
dovedeš si představit toho blba aa, jak chytá teroristy? jak si o tom každou noc nechává zdát? ....je viděťm že i na tom omylu přírody se dá najít něco postitivního k smíchu ... tak si ho dopřej ! (připouštím ovšem, že budoucí péče o tuhle rádoby cilivilizovanou luzu bude spíš k pláči).
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18.5.2003 12:56

MMM

Re: Re: Re: ...záložáku,
Zalozaku, nekdo tu napsal ze sem pises od klokanu. Kdyz aa chyta teroristy, povez jak chytate teroristy ve vasem koute sveta po tom co provedli v Bali?
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18.5.2003 14:11

blb

Re: Re: Re: Re: ...záložáku,
neodpovídej mu, ať si ještě nějakou dobu myslí, že Bali je provincie Australie coby dalšího státu USA....
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18.5.2003 14:25

MMM

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: ...záložáku,
Blbe meles nesmysly.
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18.5.2003 15:07

blb

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: ...záložáku,
...co jinýho bys mohl od blba slyšet?
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18.5.2003 15:13

Pilat

Zniceni Bagdadu
je dalekosahle vetsi nez nam manipulovane sdelovaci prostredky ukazaly. Je to proste katastrofa, jakou nepreji ani sraeli. Tahle valka neprinesla svetu nic dobreho. Neuchranila nikoho od niceho jen nicila a zabijela. Smutne.
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17.5.2003 4:09

Pilat

příspěvek zrušen
(Příspěvek byl zrušen redakcí )
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17.5.2003 4:00

aa

Re: bodejd' by teroriste neozili
Soudruh Pilat>>>jo kdyzby nebylo americanu tak by si dneska psal svabachem anebo azbukou anebo spise byl spopolnenej jako menecenna rasa.... ale take mozna ne kdyz tvuj deda byl prislusnikem SS a pak pozdeji STB??
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17.5.2003 4:25

zalozak

Re: Re: bodejd' by teroriste neozili
Hele aa..... prodluzujou ti pobyt, vydelavas na duchod nebo co mas za tuhle agitaci. Pokud jsi zdrhnul tak jsi nemusel ... za takovouhle propagandu by te kazdy rezim platil zlatem.
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17.5.2003 7:53

aa

Re: Re: Re: bodejd' by teroriste neozili
soudruh zalozak>>> nemusis mit starost o mne, ja nejsu spekulantem tveho socialistickeho razeni... ja su OK bez podvodu a chytraceni....  postarej se radsi o sebe abys nezvastal porad ty same nesmysly co te naucili "khaky" mozgy na vojne... porad to smrdi tim VUML. ..   To pobiras dvoji penzi? Jednu od socialicke CSLA a take SSI v USA? to mas ale chytrej ceskej mozecek? Tak radsi nezneuzivej pohostinstvi USA kterou tak nenavidis. ( to soudim podle klavesnice co pouzivas)... no mozna to tak neni, a dostal si darem americkej computer od nejakeho socialistickeho potomka co se vplyzil v honbe za penezma do USA... P.S. Tve argumenty budu uplne zrat kdyz mi napises na computru vymyslejnem a skonstruovanem v CCCP anebo na Kube.
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18.5.2003 1:23

Jan Jansky

Nejde o nic jineho, nez o strach.
Strach z terorizmu je jedna velka nafouknuta bublina. Bublina, kterou nafukly USA a Izrael. Strach Izraelcu je celkem opravneny, protoze okradli a posleze uzavreli v ghetu narod, ktery diky sionisticke honbe za vlastnim statem dnes jiz neni schopen normalne fungovat a "terorismus" je jeho jedina cesta (bohuzel ne moc stastna) jak dat o sobe a svem utrpeni vedet. S USA je to jinak. Po zmanipulovanem 11/09/2001 se z terorismu stal vyhodny obchod. Lide se boji, jsou poslusni, prijimaji se kontroverzni a protiustavni zakony, media maji o cem informovat (na pravde vsak uz tolik nezalezi, hlavne ze je co na titulni stranu), zbrojarske firmy nemohou byt stastnejsi. Z 400 miliardoveho rozpoctoveho prebytku se stava 400 miliardovy nedostatek. Za jediny rok. Lidem je vse jedno, uveri. System se osvedcil a tak to pokracuje. Jedno fiktivni nepodlozene obvineni za druhym a je tu valka. A samozrejme dalsi strach z tech osklivych a smradlavych Arabu. V Iraku nejsou zadni teroriste. Co by tam delali? Smutnym historickym faktem zustava, ze za velkym poctem teroristickych utoku proti americkym cilum, ktere se odehraly od roku 1948 stali Izraelci a Mossad (napr. Lavonska afera). Casto byli chyceni pri cinu, byla prokazana jejich narodnost. Prevleceni za arabske extremisty. Jedinym cilem tohoto vsecho deni je snaha vzbudit v lidech strach a nenavist k Arabum. Dari se to.
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16.5.2003 20:32

Harden

Re: Nejde o nic jineho, nez o strach.
Ses tezce nemocnej clovek...
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16.5.2003 20:51

Krakokos CDN

příspěvek zrušen
(Příspěvek byl zrušen redakcí )
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17.5.2003 1:40

aa

Re: Nejde o nic jineho, nez o strach.
soudruh Jan Jansky podle toho jak pises (keyboard) vypada ze zneuzivas svobody a demokracie v USA. Asi predavkovavas drogy protoze se projevuji u tebe priznaky deliria kdyz pouzivas vyrazy jako> "Po zmanipulovanem 11/09/2001 se z terorismu stal vyhodny obchod". Dej se vysetrit psychiatrovi!
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17.5.2003 1:47

Pilat

Re: Re: Nejde o nic jineho, nez o strach.
zmen barvu Iciku, ruda je nase :o)
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17.5.2003 4:03

Krakokos CDN

Re: Re: Nejde o nic jineho, nez o strach.
ses vul a ty litaci jarmulky se me libily v NYC 11/09/01 to byl business....
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17.5.2003 4:05

blb

Re: Re: Nejde o nic jineho, nez o strach.
Antony Barnett and Solomon Hughes Sunday May 11, 2003 >>>Bush ally set to profit from the war on terror James Woolsey, former CIA boss and influential adviser to President George Bush, is a director of a US firm aiming to make millions of dollars from the 'war on terror', The Observer can reveal. Woolsey, one of the most high-profile hawks in the war against Iraq and a key member of the Pentagon's Defence Policy Board, is a director of the Washington-based private equity firm Paladin Capital. The company was set up three months after the terrorist attacks on New York and sees the events and aftermath of September 11 as a business opportunity which 'offer[s] substantial promise for homeland security investment'. The first priority of Paladin was 'to invest in companies with immediate solutions designed to prevent harmful attacks, defend against attacks, cope with the aftermath of attack or disaster and recover from terrorist attacks and other threats to homeland security'. Paladin, which is expected to have raised $300 million from investors by the end of this year, calculates that in the next few years the US government will spend $60 billion on anti-terrorism that woul not have been spent before September 11, and that corporations will spend twice that amount to ensure their security and continuity in case of attack. The involvement of one of the most prominent hawks in Washington with a company standing to cash in on the fear of potential terror attacks will raise eyebrows in some quarters. In 2001 US Defence Secretary Paul Wolfowitz sent Woolsey to Europe, where he argued the case for links existing between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda. He was one of the main proponents of the theory that the anthrax letter attacks in America were supported by Iraq's former dictator. ........
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18.5.2003 14:43

aa

oprava
OPRAVA >(Sorry prenosem na server se vsechno i hyperlinky domotavaji!!! )  >>>>>>>V Evrope se stalo modou ze pobudobe a luza zurive haze spinu na USA .  Zapominaji ale ze CSR vzniklo v USA (Pitsburgh 1918) a ze USA pomohla Evrope ve dvou svetovych valkach (ktere vlasne Evropa vyvolala)! Mistnim vladam zejmena ve Francii, Nemecku, Rusku se to hodi protoze to odpoutava pozornost od jejich neschopne politiky a ekonomie. Soudruhum je to take vhod protoze jim roste nadeje na znovu uchopeni moci. Soudruzi redaktori vytahujou informace ktere ktere se jim hodi na dezinformaci verejnosti a schvalne filtrujou informace ktere se nehodi jejich politickym cilum! Tady si precti neco co se v ceskem tisku rizenem komousema mozna nikdy nedovis:<<< <Bin Ladin je za bombovym utokem v Saudske Arabii> Klikni>             <<<<< Jak se Francouzske vlade nelibi obvineni tisku ze dodavali zbrane, nahradni dily pro vojenskou techniku, suroviny pro vyrobu ZHN a naposledy francouzske pasy pro Saddamovce>  Klikni>      <<<< Jako americane objevili v Iraku pojizdne fabriky na vyrobu ZHN> Klikni>   <<<< Jak byli objeveny masove hroby s tisicema obetma Saddamovho vrazdeni (povrazdil kolem 200 tis lidi povstani 1991- ZHN; celkem spusobil smrt vice nez 2 mil lidi v Iraku)> Klikni>        <<<<< Jak byli objeveny  v Bagdadu tajne dokumenty o tom ze Rusko skolilo Saddamovy spiony a take dodavali informace o USA> Klikni>      <<<<<O co slo a jde Francouzum a Rusum v Iraku?> Klikni>    <<<<<Jako Francouzy, Nemci a Rusove vedome podporovali Saddama a vyrobu ZHN>Klikni>        <<<<<Super tajny vycvikovy tabor pro zahranicne teroristy "Salman Pak" (Iraq) kde se ucili na plne fungujicim Boing 707 podrezavat hrdla posadky letadla stejne jako to udelali Sep 11 v NY> Klikni> 
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16.5.2003 20:23

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Teroriste
V Evrope se stalo modou ze pobudobe a luza zurive haze spinu na USA .  Zapominaji ale ze CSR vzniklo v USA (Pitsburgh 1918) a ze USA pomohla Evrope ve dvou svetovych valkach (ktere vlasne Evropa vyvolala)! Mistnim vladam zejmena ve Francii, Nemecku, Rusku se to hodi protoze to odpoutava pozornost od jejich neschopne politiky a ekonomie. Soudruhum je to take vhod protoze jim roste nadeje na znovu uchopeni moci. Soudruzi redaktori vytahujou informace ktere ktere se jim hodi na dezinformaci verejnosti a schvalne filtrujou informace ktere se nehodi jejich politickym cilum! Tady si precti neco co se v ceskem tisku rizenem komousema mozna nikdy nedovis:<<< <Bin Ladin je za bombovym utokem v Saudske Arabii> Klikni>         <<<<FBI zjistuje jestli jsou pravdive obvineni ze Saudska Arabie ignorovala varovani pred utokem a ze v minulosti nektere cleny vlady podporovali financne AlKajdu>Klikni>      <<<<< Jak se Francouzske vlade nelibi obvineni tisku ze dodavali zbrane, nahradni dily pro vojenskou techniku, suroviny pro vyrobu ZHN a naposledy francouzske pasy pro Saddamovce>  Klikni>      <<<< Jako americane objevili v Iraku pojizdne fabriky na vyrobu ZHN> Klikni>   <<<< Jak byli objeveny masove hroby s tisicema obetma Saddamovho vrazdeni (povrazdil kolem 200 tis lidi povstani 1991- ZHN; celkem spusobil smrt vice nez 2 mil lidi v Iraku)> Klikni>        <<<<< Jak byli objeveny  v Bagdadu tajne dokumenty o tom ze Rusko skolilo Saddamovy spiony a take dodavali informace o USA> Klikni>      <<<<<O co slo a jde Francouzum a Rusum v Iraku?> Klikni>    <<<<<Jako Francouzy, Nemci a Rusove vedome podporovali Saddama a vyrobu ZHN>Klikni>        <<<<<Super tajny vycvikovy tabor pro zahranicne teroristy "Salman Pak" (Iraq) kde se ucili na plne fungujicim Boing 707 podrezavat hrdla posadky letadla stejne jako to udelali Sep 11 v NY> Klikni> 
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16.5.2003 19:38

aa

Re: Teroriste
SORRY, prenosem na server se porouchali vsechny hyperlink a format psaneho textu..
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16.5.2003 20:27

Krakokos CDN

Jo ? Teroristi zase vozili
Tak to je moc dobre , Zidi a USA maj z toho radost .
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16.5.2003 18:41

Jan

A teď zase něco starého
Hrdinný boj iráckého lidu proti americkým okupantům nebude nikdy zapomenut.   Vzpomínáte, jaké jsem před pár týdny žvanil krásné blbosti, když to vypadalo, že se americký postup na chvíli zastavil? Já teda ty blbosti žvaním pořád, ale občas se vzepnu k mimořádnému výkonu.
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16.5.2003 17:27

Jan

Re: A teď zase něco starého
 Nikdo nevzpomíná, viď americký komsomolče Takže nezbývá, než svůj výkřik doložit, stačí control+C. Áááá to bude problém , protože já vždy pevně věřil, že ten boj dvou rovnocenných armád vyhraje ta, která stojí na stráži míru a demokracie .
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16.5.2003 18:13

Jan

Nic nového
na té fotografii. Takhle nějak vypadaly domy po americkém bombardování v Bělehradě a Bagdádu
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16.5.2003 12:58

Tigram

Re: Nic nového
Útoky nemířili na USA ale na Saudy. Co měla tato země společného s válkou v Jugoslávii ? A co s ní měli společného lidé v hotelech, kteří zemřeli ?  Teroristům je v podstatě jedno koho zabijí. Jde jim jen o publicitu. V zásadě to žádný výsledek nemá. 
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16.5.2003 13:11

Gottwald

Re: Re: Nic nového
Pokud by útoky mířily na Saudy, jak říkáš, pak je nemohli spáchat muslimové. Těžko by šli proti sobě, když maj společné nepřátele. Kažodpádně bylo zabito i 7 Američanů, takže to byl nejspíš hlavní cíl útoku. Hergot, co vlastně Američani dělaj v zemi, kde je nikdo nechce?
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16.5.2003 13:20

pozn.

Re: Re: Re: Nic nového
Nechtěj je akorát tam takoví ocasové, kteří ten atentát spáchali. Každopádně ssebou vzali víc svých souvěrců než ďaurů, počet obětí je dost možná snížen místními úřady.
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16.5.2003 13:32

Tigram

Re: Re: Re: Nic nového
Nemohli je spáchat muslimové ? A proč ne ? Jsou muslimové a muslimové. Jsou různé sekty ( nemyslím pouze ty dvě základní ). A ty se mezi sebou nenávidí. Dále, nějak jsem zatím nezaznamenal, že nepřítel Saudů je USA. Možná tvůj, ale ne Saudů. Zabití 7 američanů je jistě velký úspěch. Kdyby je Saudové nechtěli tak je do země vůbec nepustí.  Možná to byli turisté, možná obchodní zástupci, možná lidé, kteří organizovali humanitární pomoc. V každém případě jsou to američané. Takže pozabíjet je
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16.5.2003 13:54

mariana

Re: Re: Re: Re: Nic nového
Muzes me vysvetlit co mas proti Americanum? Je smutne ze nas chces vsechny pozabijet.
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16.5.2003 14:31

Jan

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Nic nového
Já osobně nic. Vlastně až na tu drobnost, že svojí arogantní nabobskou politikou "rozvrtali" celou zeměkouli a navíc ji považují posledních několik let za svoji državu.  
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16.5.2003 15:00

mariana

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Nic nového
Tomu se rika "superpower" a dekuj bohu ze ho ma Amerika a ne Rusko a nebo Iraq.
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16.5.2003 16:01

Jan

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Nic nového
Děkovat za to , že mohu dýchat,mě učili celý život a nikdy se jim to nepovedlo. Obávám se, že se to nepovede Marjánko ani tobě s tvým superpowerem. PS: Jak se ti líbí pomocné práce za okecánem Nemakáš tam načerno
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16.5.2003 18:17

mariana

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Nic nového
Ani ne, ja jsem Americanka a mam docela dobre vzdelani. To znamena dobre zamestnani a blahobyt o jakem se ti ani nezdalo. Cesky jsem se naucila od Ceskych kamosu. Prestan byt zatrpkli k Amikum a zacni brat zivot a situace na svete z trochou spirituality. Ver me ono se lip zije, kdyz je jeden objektivny a uzemeny.Navic o co jde, Amerika ma rada Cechy.
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16.5.2003 18:34

aa

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Nic nového
Mariano> ty patris mezy ty naivni Americany co chodi po svete a chteji si potrasat ruce s kazdym treba i s Bin Ladinem. Pak se nesmis divit ze nekdy treba praskne nejaka bomba v tve blizkosti. S temadle lidma se neda diskutovat o miru a spoluziti, oni nevedi co to znamena a nemuzou pochopit ze v americe dokazou zit lidi ruznych nabozenstev bez toho ze by se vrazdili! Stejne musis pochopit ze Cesi v USA nejsou jako v Cesku. V Cesku je vice tech Svejku a zvanilu co chlastaji pivo a placaji nesmysly!
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16.5.2003 19:18

mariana

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Nic nového
Tak ted me to doslo, to nebylo mineno vazne "nas pozabijet" to bylo mysleno ironicky. No jo ta Cestina. Arabove jsou 500 let za opicema tak je nekdo musi vycvicit.A jak vidite damy a panove my mame dobrej bicik na nevychovane opice,my tomu rikame SHOCK&AWE. ~~~~~~~~~ A mate pravdu my mame radi vsechny lidi, to nas nedela ale naivni.
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16.5.2003 19:51

Jan Jansky

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To ze se mezi sebou Americane nevrazdi je naivni omyl. V USA je priblizne 10x vice vrazd na 1.000.000 obyvatel nez kdekoli jinde na svete. Ve vezeni je v USA 0.07% obyvatel, coz je vice nez napr. v Cine, kde to je pouze 0.01%
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16.5.2003 20:14





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