Terrorists and NATO are failures in Libya despite genocide

Sirte will not fall, frustratong the NTC and NATO scammers

The armed groups of the self-appointed National Transitional Council attacked the Libyan city of Sirte again on Monday, after a retreat that its leaders justified as a “tactical retreat,” which increased the frustration at the persistent strength and resistance of the forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi.

The military forces of the self-appointed National Transitional Council (NTC) again attacked with the support of aviation provided by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), an imperialist aggressor pact, which bombed areas of the city center, although many civilians continue to try to live there.

Residents who managed to get out blamed NATO and terrorists of the NTC for causing suffering to the population because the injured lack drugs because hospitals are bombed.

The Atlantic alliance itself confirmed on Monday that it hit many targets there, many of them allegedly military, with the contrived claim of protecting civilians, but the spokesman for Gaddafi, Moussa Ibrahim, blamed them for deliberately killing hundreds of innocent people.

Witnesses reported that tall columns of smoke emanating from the city were visible shortly after they heard loud explosions caused by NATO bombs and artillery forces of the NTC, as well as the tenacious response of pro-Gaddafi fighters.

People interviewed for regional TV channels reported that Gaddafi fighters dominate strategic positions from which they effectively strike forces of the terrorist NTC, which had to quit yesterday to retreat from their attempt to advance to the city center.

Rockets, grenades, mortars and snipers are the key resources that the Gaddafi faithful use to defend Sirte, his hometown, and Bani Walid, another bastion of resistance located southeast of Tripoli.

A military commander denied that the NTC was been forced out of Sirte in disarray and claimed that it was a “tactical withdrawal” after reaching three objectives, one of which was supposed to create a corridor for themselves to set upon innocent civilians.

The other two purposes, according to the vision of the terrorist elements, were to secure the suburbs and block any possible escape route for pro-Gaddafi fighters or civilians.

However, thousands of city residents are still suffering from shortages of food, medicines, drinking water and fuel, and are continually exposed to indiscriminate and increasingly cruel bombing by the Atlantic alliance, whose only purpose is to pave the way for a terrorist takeover, revealed local residents.

The same source quoted the spokesman of the NTC who admitted the magnitude of the resistance inside Sirte and said there were not enough men to control a territory where Gadhafi has prestige. Gaddafi’s whereabouts are unknown since late August.

http://english.pravda.ru/hotspots/terror/29-09-2011/119179-Terrorists_and_NATO_are_failures_in_Libya-0/

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Posted on September 28, 2011, in Africa and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 31 Comments.

  1. A. To look after union officials from the undue invasion of privacy.
    B. To elevate wages
    C. To increase unemployment advantages
    D. To restrict labor strike that threatened the countrywide fascination

    2. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was dependent on the principle of
    A. No cost trade
    B. Collective safety
    C. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    3.What led the authorities to evacuate Japanese Us citizens from the west coast?
    A. Lengthy-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    C. Fear for the protection of Japanese Us residents on the West Coastline
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    four. 1 signal that the market would possibly be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of several rural banks
    B. Underproduction of customer merchandise
    Do. An increase in exclusive personal savings
    D. The collapse of enormous corporations

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  2. I get it remarkable that the Opium crop (the plant that generates heroin) has attained record ranges through U.S. and NATO profession. Why is that? The revenue produced by this crop are needless to say giving economical aid to the Taliban and also terrorist networks. The Opium made in Afgahnistan is accountable for 90% of the Heroin sold all the way through the planet. Would not it be practical, now that U.S. and NATO forces are there to destroy this crop? Couldn’t we most likely carpet bomb the fields? Why is that the TALIBAN was equipped to lessen Opium manufacturing in Afgahnistan down to pretty much not a thing in 2000 and now the countries that supposedly are waging a “war on medication” are letting manufacturing of this drug to rise back to report ranges. Is it doable that the extensive held conspiracy that the U.S. literally wishes medications in the U.S. is real? That the medication benefit present an cash flow for the U.S. govt and also maintain down the lower lessons? Not a conspiracy theorist, just curious. Your thoughts?

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  3. A. To preserve union officials towards the undue invasion of privateness.
    B. To boost wages
    Do. To increase unemployment added benefits
    D. To limit labor strike that threatened the national fascination

    two. The North Atlantic Treaty Firm (NATO) was based on the principle of
    A. 100 % free trade
    B. Collective stability
    Do. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    3.What led the authorities to evacuate Japanese People in america from the west coast?
    A. Lengthy-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants living on the West Coastline
    C. Fright for the safety of Japanese Us residents on the West Coast
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    four. A person indication that the economic climate might possibly be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of nearly all rural banks
    B. Underproduction of customer merchandise
    Do. An maximize in particular cost savings
    D. The collapse of large firms

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  4. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to preserve union officials against undue invasion of privateness
    b. to elevate wages
    c. to rise unemployment perks
    d. to restrict labor strikes that threatened the national fascination

    The North Atlantic Treaty Firm (NATO) was centered on the principle of
    a. free of cost trade
    b. collective stability
    do. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the government to evacuate Japanese People in america from the West Coastline?
    a. extensive-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    do. concern for the safety of Japanese Us residents on the West Coastline
    d. refusal of the Nisei to take US citizenship

    One particular signal that the overall economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of nearly all rural banking companies
    b. underproduction of consumer products
    do. an expand in individual cost savings
    d. the collapse of significant organizations

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  5. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to give protection to union officials versus undue invasion of privacy
    b. to elevate wages
    do. to grow unemployment positive aspects
    d. to restrict labor strikes that threatened the nationwide curiosity

    The North Atlantic Treaty Firm (NATO) was primarily based on the principle of
    a. no cost trade
    b. collective protection
    c. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the authorities to evacuate Japanese Americans from the West Coastline?
    a. very long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants residing on the West Coastline
    do. anxiety for the security of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to accept US citizenship

    Just one indication that the financial state will probably be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of the majority of rural banking companies
    b. underproduction of consumer items
    c. an increase in private financial savings
    d. the collapse of huge corporations

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  6. A. To shield union officials in opposition to the undue invasion of privacy.
    B. To raise wages
    Do. To improve unemployment perks
    D. To limit labor strike that threatened the national fascination

    two. The North Atlantic Treaty Firm (NATO) was centered on the principle of
    A. No charge trade
    B. Collective safety
    Do. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    three.What led the federal government to evacuate Japanese People in america from the west coast?
    A. Very long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    Do. Fearfulness for the security of Japanese Us citizens on the West Coast
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to take United States Citizenship

    four. 1 indicator that the economy may well be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of various rural financial institutions
    B. Underproduction of shopper items
    Do. An grow in exclusive financial savings
    D. The collapse of giant companies

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  7. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to shield union officials against undue invasion of privateness
    b. to boost wages
    c. to improve unemployment many benefits
    d. to limit labor strikes that threatened the nationwide fascination

    The North Atlantic Treaty Business (NATO) was primarily based on the principle of
    a. zero cost trade
    b. collective safety
    c. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the authorities to evacuate Japanese People in america from the West Coast?
    a. lengthy-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants dwelling on the West Coastline
    c. dread for the basic safety of Japanese Us residents on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to accept US citizenship

    One particular indication that the marketplace would most likely be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of quite a few rural banks
    b. underproduction of buyer items
    do. an grow in private cost savings
    d. the collapse of huge firms

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  8. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to shield union officials from undue invasion of privateness
    b. to boost wages
    do. to boost unemployment rewards
    d. to restrict labor strikes that threatened the nationwide fascination

    The North Atlantic Treaty Firm (NATO) was dependent on the principle of
    a. absolutely free trade
    b. collective protection
    do. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the government to evacuate Japanese Us residents from the West Coastline?
    a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants residing on the West Coast
    do. concern for the basic safety of Japanese People in america on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to take US citizenship

    A particular indicator that the market may very well be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of the majority of rural banking companies
    b. underproduction of buyer goods
    do. an increase in personalized price savings
    d. the collapse of big firms

    Like

  9. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to shield union officials in opposition to undue invasion of privacy
    b. to raise wages
    do. to boost unemployment many benefits
    d. to limit labor strikes that threatened the national curiosity

    The North Atlantic Treaty Business (NATO) was based on the principle of
    a. at no cost trade
    b. collective security
    do. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the government to evacuate Japanese Us residents from the West Coastline?
    a. extensive-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants residing on the West Coastline
    do. fearfulness for the safety of Japanese Us residents on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to take US citizenship

    A particular signal that the market might possibly be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of a number of rural banking companies
    b. underproduction of buyer products
    c. an rise in personal price savings
    d. the collapse of major organizations

    Like

  10. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to defend union officials versus undue invasion of privateness
    b. to raise wages
    c. to raise unemployment rewards
    d. to limit labor strikes that threatened the national curiosity

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was primarily based on the principle of
    a. free trade
    b. collective stability
    c. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the federal government to evacuate Japanese Us residents from the West Coastline?
    a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants dwelling on the West Coastline
    do. panic for the basic safety of Japanese People in america on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to take US citizenship

    An individual indicator that the economic system could possibly be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of a multitude of rural banks
    b. underproduction of client items
    c. an rise in personal financial savings
    d. the collapse of big businesses

    Like

  11. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to secure union officials versus undue invasion of privacy
    b. to boost wages
    c. to maximize unemployment many advantages
    d. to limit labor strikes that threatened the nationwide interest

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was centered on the principle of
    a. at no cost trade
    b. collective security
    c. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the government to evacuate Japanese Us residents from the West Coast?
    a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants residing on the West Coast
    do. fright for the safety of Japanese People in america on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to accept US citizenship

    A person sign that the overall economy may possibly be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of the majority of rural banking companies
    b. underproduction of shopper products
    do. an grow in particular financial savings
    d. the collapse of good sized organizations

    Like

  12. A. To secure union officials towards the undue invasion of privateness.
    B. To increase wages
    C. To expand unemployment added benefits
    D. To limit labor strike that threatened the countrywide curiosity

    two. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based mostly on the principle of
    A. 100 % free trade
    B. Collective safety
    Do. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    three.What led the govt to evacuate Japanese Americans from the west coast?
    A. Extensive-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants living on the West Coastline
    C. Panic for the security of Japanese People in america on the West Coast
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    four. A particular indication that the economic system can be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of a lot rural financial institutions
    B. Underproduction of shopper merchandise
    C. An increase in particular financial savings
    D. The collapse of significant corporations

    Like

  13. A. To give protection to union officials against the undue invasion of privacy.
    B. To raise wages
    Do. To raise unemployment many benefits
    D. To restrict labor strike that threatened the national curiosity

    two. The North Atlantic Treaty Business (NATO) was centered on the principle of
    A. Totally free trade
    B. Collective stability
    C. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    three.What led the govt to evacuate Japanese People in america from the west coast?
    A. Extended-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants residing on the West Coastline
    Do. Panic for the protection of Japanese Americans on the West Coastline
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    4. A person indication that the financial system may perhaps be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of a number of rural banking companies
    B. Underproduction of consumer merchandise
    C. An grow in private price savings
    D. The collapse of significant businesses

    Like

  14. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to take care of union officials in opposition to undue invasion of privacy
    b. to raise wages
    do. to maximize unemployment benefits
    d. to limit labor strikes that threatened the countrywide interest

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based mostly on the principle of
    a. cost-free trade
    b. collective security
    do. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the federal government to evacuate Japanese Us residents from the West Coastline?
    a. prolonged-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants living on the West Coastline
    do. fright for the protection of Japanese Us citizens on the West Coastline
    d. refusal of the Nisei to take US citizenship

    An individual sign that the market may possibly be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of plenty of rural banking institutions
    b. underproduction of buyer goods
    c. an boost in individual savings
    d. the collapse of great organizations

    Like

  15. A. To guard union officials towards the undue invasion of privacy.
    B. To raise wages
    C. To boost unemployment benefits
    D. To restrict labor strike that threatened the nationwide interest

    two. The North Atlantic Treaty Firm (NATO) was based mostly on the principle of
    A. Free of charge trade
    B. Collective protection
    Do. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    3.What led the authorities to evacuate Japanese Us citizens from the west coast?
    A. Long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    Do. Panic for the safety of Japanese Us residents on the West Coast
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    four. 1 signal that the financial state might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of several rural banking institutions
    B. Underproduction of buyer merchandise
    C. An improve in exclusive personal savings
    D. The collapse of sizable firms

    Like

  16. A. To safeguard union officials from the undue invasion of privateness.
    B. To increase wages
    Do. To raise unemployment many advantages
    D. To limit labor strike that threatened the countrywide interest

    2. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was dependent on the principle of
    A. At no cost trade
    B. Collective safety
    C. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    3.What led the government to evacuate Japanese Us residents from the west coastline?
    A. Long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants dwelling on the West Coastline
    Do. Terror for the basic safety of Japanese Us residents on the West Coastline
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    four. A person indicator that the marketplace may well be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of plenty of rural banking institutions
    B. Underproduction of customer items
    Do. An improve in particular personal savings
    D. The collapse of good sized organizations

    Like

  17. A. To safeguard union officials from the undue invasion of privacy.
    B. To boost wages
    C. To maximize unemployment perks
    D. To limit labor strike that threatened the national curiosity

    two. The North Atlantic Treaty Business (NATO) was dependent on the principle of
    A. Absolutely free trade
    B. Collective safety
    Do. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    3.What led the federal government to evacuate Japanese People in america from the west coastline?
    A. Long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    C. Worry for the security of Japanese People in america on the West Coast
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    four. One particular sign that the economy may be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of more and more rural banking institutions
    B. Underproduction of customer items
    C. An increase in individual financial savings
    D. The collapse of big firms

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  18. 19 men —most of whom were from Saudi Arabia most if not all had known ties to terrorist organizations and were not stopped or deported at any point by any official

    Took over commercial jets armed with box cutters

    The people who piloted those planes — barely passed their flying course because they had a hard time controlling a small craft

    Took over large commercial jets and made precision high speed turns – into 2 buildings — as a result 3 buildings fell

    Although only 2 buildings were hit — 3 fell and those were the first in the world to have collapsed at the rate of free fall after being hit by a plane

    — The jet fuel did not just explode on impact but burned hot enough to melt steel ( It was so hot people jumped out of the building to die rather than burn in the fire )

    At the top of the steel and cement —with the melted steel there was a passport barely singed at the top belonging to the ring leader who left a Koran everywhere he went

    The person in command of the air space around some of the most protected air spaces in the world — was promoted after 9/11 despite the apparent failure that had UYS war planes way out over the Atlantic looking for Russians

    There happened to be multiple similar exercises that day which lead to the part of the confusion — coincidence

    The Pentagon was struck that day — the head of military operations in the United States arguably one of the most protected modern armies on the globe — didn’t see it coming and a plane — rammed right into an empty part of the building — The Pentagon

    The leader of this group was said to be Osama Bin Laden — from Saudi Arabia — who was trained by the CIA — who has been at large for 7 yrs despite the fact that the US has an array of military spy satilites that can tell if your shoes are untied or not — Google earth available to the public can provide a picture so clear that the make of your car outside your house can be seen from space — And yet — one 6′ tall funny looking Arab who lives in a cave on dialysis who commands a world wide army and issues tapes at will with a 50 million dollar price tag on his head —

    Has stumped the US – the CIA – the FBI the entire Military – NATO the UN Israel and the United Kingdom

    Because it turns out that the true master mind is a fat disheveled looking man in Gitmo Cuba originally from Iraq — and thought up the whole thing — but took orders from the can’t be caught Osama

    Despite the fact that most of the suspects in the 9/11 hyjacking were Saudi and their leader was a Saudi — 9/11 resulted in a war against Afghanistan and Iraq

    Then later the war in Iraq — we were told was about weapons of mass destruction — which Bush regrets were not found –

    ————————————–…

    That is the story we have been told

    How stupid does the general public have to be to actually believe the above?

    How stupid does the government have to believe the public is that they could tell such a story and have it believed — ( and they were right !)

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  19. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to protect union officials against undue invasion of privacy
    b. to raise wages
    c. to increase unemployment benefits
    d. to restrict labor strikes that threatened the national interest

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
    a. free trade
    b. collective security
    c. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the West Coast?
    a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    c. fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to accept US citizenship

    One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of many rural banks
    b. underproduction of consumer goods
    c. an increase in personal savings
    d. the collapse of large corporations

    Like

  20. I used to be liberal about this issue, but honestly, I’m getting sick of this Anti-American BS. We get it from our own media who continue to make terrorists look like victims. We’re draining the world’s number 1 economy to protect them from insurgents just as bad as nazis giving them billions that get funded back to terrorism, feeding them, and trying to set up a people based government in the Middle East. Criticism is good, but it seems to be a fad to trash anything that we do. You barely ever hear about us trying to build schools, reparing maintenance…and they report every accidental death. Some Jihadists have actually been posing as civilians and practically commiting suicide, because they know the success of their cause depends on the sympathy of the people and media to think we’re imperialist oppressors, or that our troops being there is an unworthy cause. Our original goal was to prevent the vilence from coming here…so far we’ve succeeded…yet they seem to be adament to create an American failure, becuase it’s good press. They won’t tell you about the million and a half Cambodians that were slaughtered after we left Vietnam, or the Million Somolis that were killed when we pulled out of Somolia in the early 90s. The Arab world has been a failed state for centuries. They ultimately decide their fate, it’s not the failures of NATO and the UN to always point the finger at. For once, they need to start seeing things from OUR point of view.

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  21. A. To protect union officials against the undue invasion of privacy.
    B. To raise wages
    C. To increase unemployment benefits
    D. To restrict labor strike that threatened the national interest

    2. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
    A. Free trade
    B. Collective security
    C. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    3.What led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the west coast?
    A. Long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    C. Fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    4. One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of many rural banks
    B. Underproduction of consumer goods
    C. An increase in personal savings
    D. The collapse of large corporations

    Like

  22. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to protect union officials against undue invasion of privacy
    b. to raise wages
    c. to increase unemployment benefits
    d. to restrict labor strikes that threatened the national interest

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
    a. free trade
    b. collective security
    c. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the West Coast?
    a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    c. fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to accept US citizenship

    One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of many rural banks
    b. underproduction of consumer goods
    c. an increase in personal savings
    d. the collapse of large corporations

    Like

  23. A. To protect union officials against the undue invasion of privacy.
    B. To raise wages
    C. To increase unemployment benefits
    D. To restrict labor strike that threatened the national interest

    2. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
    A. Free trade
    B. Collective security
    C. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    3.What led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the west coast?
    A. Long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    C. Fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    4. One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of many rural banks
    B. Underproduction of consumer goods
    C. An increase in personal savings
    D. The collapse of large corporations

    Like

  24. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to protect union officials against undue invasion of privacy
    b. to raise wages
    c. to increase unemployment benefits
    d. to restrict labor strikes that threatened the national interest

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
    a. free trade
    b. collective security
    c. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the West Coast?
    a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    c. fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to accept US citizenship

    One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of many rural banks
    b. underproduction of consumer goods
    c. an increase in personal savings
    d. the collapse of large corporations

    Like

  25. A. To protect union officials against the undue invasion of privacy.
    B. To raise wages
    C. To increase unemployment benefits
    D. To restrict labor strike that threatened the national interest

    2. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
    A. Free trade
    B. Collective security
    C. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    3.What led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the west coast?
    A. Long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    C. Fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    4. One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of many rural banks
    B. Underproduction of consumer goods
    C. An increase in personal savings
    D. The collapse of large corporations

    Like

  26. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to protect union officials against undue invasion of privacy
    b. to raise wages
    c. to increase unemployment benefits
    d. to restrict labor strikes that threatened the national interest

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
    a. free trade
    b. collective security
    c. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the West Coast?
    a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    c. fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to accept US citizenship

    One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of many rural banks
    b. underproduction of consumer goods
    c. an increase in personal savings
    d. the collapse of large corporations

    Like

  27. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to protect union officials against undue invasion of privacy
    b. to raise wages
    c. to increase unemployment benefits
    d. to restrict labor strikes that threatened the national interest

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
    a. free trade
    b. collective security
    c. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the West Coast?
    a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    c. fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to accept US citizenship

    One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of many rural banks
    b. underproduction of consumer goods
    c. an increase in personal savings
    d. the collapse of large corporations

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  28. As an Afghan I am confused because the British and American governments are more involved in Afghanistan more than any other country, but why do you think they keep turning a blind eye to the real home of terrorism, which is Pakistan.

    This is not something new, for years Afghanistan has been saying this in every conference, but no one listens to the president of a poor country.

    But its not just heard by Afghans, or Afghan government officials, however by senior British and American officials, but its the ignored by the governments of both countries.

    It gives Afghans the feeling that the Uk and America would not be here if it was not for their own personal agendas, which is entirely different from what they make public, because if it was here to fight terrorism, then it would put pressure on Pakistan.

    What do you think is the problem, what is stopping the world from putting pressure on Pakistan.

    Below are some quotes

    The Afghan leader urged the global community to “dismantle” Pakistan-based networks as part of the wider strategy against terrorism and “this requires confronting the state that still sees terrorism as a strategic asset and foreign policy tool.”

    Pakistan continues to provide sanctuary and support to the Quetta Shura, the Haqqani network, the Hekmatyar group and al-Qaeda. Yet the focus on this fundamental task has progressively eroded and has been compounded by another strategic failure: the mistaken embrace of “strategic partners” who have, in fact, been “nurturing terrorism.”
    British official

    “We cannot mobilize the Afghan people with uncertainty, confusion or appeasement of those who sponsor terrorism”, a thinly-veiled reference to US-Nato’s indulgence of Pakistan’s terrorism antics.

    Pakistan is both interested in having an Islamist-tinged government in Kabul that will be more inclined to a Pakistani sphere of influence and more hostile to their old enemy India. It also wants a compliant regime to ensure its control of its own Pasthun-dominated border areas, which it fears could someday break away to join Afghanistan or become independent

    For long Western intelligence agencies had tended to overlook Pakistan’s role in fanning terrorism by giving a free hand terrorists in the federally administered tribal areas bordering Afghanistan.

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  29. why did congress pass the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947?
    a. to protect union officials against undue invasion of privacy
    b. to raise wages
    c. to increase unemployment benefits
    d. to restrict labor strikes that threatened the national interest

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
    a. free trade
    b. collective security
    c. appeasement
    d. isolationism

    What led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the West Coast?
    a. long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    b. terrorist attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    c. fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    d. refusal of the Nisei to accept US citizenship

    One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    a. the failure of many rural banks
    b. underproduction of consumer goods
    c. an increase in personal savings
    d. the collapse of large corporations

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  30. A. To protect union officials against the undue invasion of privacy.
    B. To raise wages
    C. To increase unemployment benefits
    D. To restrict labor strike that threatened the national interest

    2. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
    A. Free trade
    B. Collective security
    C. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    3.What led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the west coast?
    A. Long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    C. Fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    4. One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of many rural banks
    B. Underproduction of consumer goods
    C. An increase in personal savings
    D. The collapse of large corporations

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  31. A. To protect union officials against the undue invasion of privacy.
    B. To raise wages
    C. To increase unemployment benefits
    D. To restrict labor strike that threatened the national interest

    2. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of
    A. Free trade
    B. Collective security
    C. Appeasement
    D. Isolationism

    3.What led the government to evacuate Japanese Americans from the west coast?
    A. Long-held prejudice, and fears inflamed by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    B. Terrorist Attacks by immigrants living on the West Coast
    C. Fear for the safety of Japanese Americans on the West Coast
    D. Refusal of the Nisei to accept United States Citizenship

    4. One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920’s was
    A. The failure of many rural banks
    B. Underproduction of consumer goods
    C. An increase in personal savings
    D. The collapse of large corporations

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