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It is the right time - for peace

It is right time to action of love. The chaos is sign of life. World is in inevitable need of peace.
It is the right time - for war

It is the right time - for war

It is right time to action of force. The new order must end the chaos. Time of war.

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for2against   Warum müssen so viele schuldlosen Leute ums Leben kommen???, cici
for0against   HAMAS started the whole thing. They should be eradicated., robufo2000
for0against   660 Palestinians killed by Israels army 2800 wounded in 12 days hamas rockets killed 20 Israels in 10 years years years this is not equal at all, spetr
for33against   It is right time to action of force. Time of war. For instance, because it ... (if I wanted to write why it is good, I wrote it here), negative
for1against   peace and love!mir a laska jednou urcite zvitezi nad zlobou,nenavisti a nenazranosti vladnoucich slozek.vládu lidem!, dimitrij
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All countries of the world prepare for war


World’s leading countries spend too much of their war preparations. A new arms race has been gathering pace in the world recently, and even the global economic setback does not seem to be a reason to stop the race. Russia takes an active participation in the new arms race, just like other countries of the world do, scientists of politics say. A research from Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) said that the total defense spending of all countries of the world reached the unexampled level - $1.464 trillion in 2008. The international spending on the defense industry ...


China is now world second biggest in military budget


China became the world's second biggest military spender behind the U.S. as of 2008, when global arms expenditure rose 4 percent, a Swedish peace research group said Monday.Beijing increased its arms spending by 10 percent to an estimated $84.9 billion last year, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute said in its annual report on world arms transfers. "China is continuing to acquire both domestic and foreign arms as it seeks to equip its armed forces for conditions of modern 'informationalized' warfare," SIPRI said.The United States continued to top the rankings by a wide ...


The CIA's Silent War in Pakistan


The wilds of Waziristan, the tribal belt along Pakistan's border with Afghanistan, make an unlikely showcase for the future of warfare. This is a land stuck in the past: there are few roads, electricity is scarce, and entire communities of ethnic Pashtun tribesmen live as they have for millenniums. And yet it is over this medieval landscape that the U.S. has deployed some of the most sophisticated killing machines ever created, against an enemy that has survived or evaded all other weaponry. If al-Qaeda and the Taliban could not be eliminated by tanks, gunships and missiles, then perhaps they ...


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Reuters- Taliban suicide bombers die in attack on int'l zone in Kabul
Four Afghan Taliban suicide bombers died when a group of the militants tried to storm an international zone in Kabul on Wednesday in the latest high-profile assault aimed at foreign targets in Afghanistan.
AP- Attacks in Kabul raise concerns about security
The Afghan capital has become a city under siege as the Taliban stage almost daily attacks against government and foreign targets, penetrating layers of heightened security and fueling concerns that insurgents have infiltrated the security forces.
South Sudan: UN chief stresses support for independence and sovereignty
Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has made it “categorically clear” that the United Nations has no intention of placing South Sudan under a “protectorate,” a UN spokesperson has stressed.
Lebanon: Ban appoints Special Coordinator as country continues to face political vacuum
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Sigrid Kaag of the Netherlands as his new Special Coordinator for Lebanon, the UN Spokesperson’s office announced today.



 
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