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Exiled Leader Fights For Xinjang.


A couple of years ago I had set up a wifi system around my house but it was down, I am thinking of making another one and I am going to name it "wifi republic".

I am going to re-organize my blogs too, now I am testing some templates, trying and testing them at this stage. I am trying to fully utilized the latest blogspot editor. Not doubt that they are better with many needs that are taken care of. However the new blogspot editor lack fluidity where we can used different blog templates for different categories of posts or entries.

However I had thought of this new format. Try
anak matlesen to see the new format. The present PERWI is slightly messy as I had attempted to master the new blogspot editor. I think by doing that I had taken extra "memories".

I am still in the learning curve and I may not proceed with the present idea for I have to evaluate either to follow the existing system that blogspot new editor provide or do the necessary such as amending the html on the free template that I had obtained satisfactorily to get a system that I want.

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Abizaid: US Could Be in Middle East For 50 Years


It might take as long as half a century before US troops can leave the volatile Middle East, according to retired Army General John Abizaid.

"Over time, we will have to shift the burden of the military fight from our forces directly to regional forces, and we will have to play an indirect role, but we shouldn't assume for even a minute that in the next 25 to 50 years the American military might be able to come home, relax and take it easy, because the strategic situation in the region doesn't seem to show that as being possible," Abizaid said Wednesday at Carnegie Mellon University.
The rise of 'extremism', the Arab-Israeli conflict and the world economy's dependency on Mideast oil will keep Americans in the Middle East for a long time, he said.

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The Betrayal - That led to death of millions innocents.

Iraq war source's name revealed

Chemical weapons rockets unilaterally destroyed by Iraq after the first Gulf War
The US cited Mr Alwan's bio-weapon claims in its war argument
A US TV network has revealed the name of "Curveball" - an Iraqi man whose information was central to the US government's argument to invade Iraq.

The CBS show 60 Minutes identifies him as Iraqi defector Rafid Ahmed Alwan.

The programme says he arrived in a German refugee centre in 1999 where he lied to win asylum and was not the chemical expert he said he was.

His claims of mobile bio-weapons labs in Saddam Hussein's Iraq were backed until well after the 2003 invasion.

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US spin doctors fib about Iraq

Fri, 02 Nov 2007 22:01:11
By Bita Ghaffari, Press TV, Tehran

Western print and broadcast media have been giving much hype to an apparent decline in violence-related deaths of US soldiers and Iraqi civilians in October 2007.

Figures say 875 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Oct. compared to 1,023 in Sept., while the number has fallen to 36 for US military personnel from 65 during the same period.

It can be safely argued that the civilian death toll is much higher, for a large number of fatalities are never reported.
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Thousands flee Mogadishu fighting

About 88,000 people have been displaced from their homes in Mogadishu after three days of fierce fighting in the Somali capital, the United Nations has said.
"Almost 90,000 people have fled Mogadishu or moved to safer areas within the city," the UN refugee agency UNHCR said on Thursday.

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US diplomats protest call-up to Iraq

US dimplomats oppose call-up to Iraq
Roughly 300 US diplomats have protested against the State Department's decision to force Foreign Service officers to take jobs in Iraq.

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US diplomats protest call-up to Iraq

Thu, 01 Nov 2007 09:16:36
US dimplomats oppose call-up to Iraq
Roughly 300 US diplomats have protested against the State Department's decision to force Foreign Service officers to take jobs in Iraq.

In the largest diplomatic call-up since Vietnam, the participants objected to the enforced service at the Baghdad embassy as part of the so-called Provincial Reconstruction Teams.

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Longtime Bush adviser resigns

Karen Hughes, one of George W. Bush's last remaining advisers from his circle of Texas aides, has said she will step down this year.

Her departure follows that of close Bush aides Karl Rove and Dan Bartlett. The three from Texas are widely credited with Bush's rise to the White House.
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Iraqi tales of life under the militias

The power of the Shia and Sunni militias presents the Iraqi government with one of their most challenging problems. BBC asked a number of Iraqis how the militias affected their lives.

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Airline bans A380 mile-high club

Singapore Airlines has taken the unusual step of publicly asking passengers on its new Airbus A380 plane not to engage in any sexual activities.

The potential problem has arisen because the first class area of its giant superjumbo contains 12 private suites complete with double beds.

Singapore, which is the first airline to start flying the A380, said the suites were not sound-proofed.

It said it did not want anyone to offend other travellers or crews.
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Police guilty over Menezes case

Jean Charles de Menezes
Jean Charles de Menezes: Followed to train, then shot
London's police force has been found guilty of endangering the public over the shooting dead of a man officers mistook for a suicide bomber.

The Metropolitan Police broke health and safety laws when they shot Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes on 22 July 2005, a jury decided.

The Met's commissioner Sir Ian Blair said he would not be standing down.

The Old Bailey jury said police chief Cressida Dick, who led the operation, bore "no personal culpability".

The force has been fined £175,000 and ordered to pay £385,000 in costs.

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Iran wins international prison award

Thu, 01 Nov 2007 06:49:55

Iran's Evin Penitentiary and Correctional Center
The International Corrections and Prisons Association, has awarded Iran with The Offender Management and Reintegration Award of 2007.

Parviz Afshar, an advisor to Iran's Ministry of Welfare and Social Security received the prize at the 9th Annual General Meeting and Conference, held on October 21-26.

"Iran was the recipient of 3 out of 7 awards given by the ICPA," Afshar said, adding that one of the awards was presented to Iran Prisons Organization.

The organization created a positive environment for implementation of its programs, of which HIV/AIDS and harm reduction plan is one of the most successful one.

Afshar is also a temporary adviser for WHO, UNODC & UNAIDS.

The ICPA is an organization devoted to improving global understanding and professionalism in the correctional sector.


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Veteran investor quits greenback

Wed, 31 Oct 2007 14:31:05

Veteran investor Jim Rogers
Legendary investor Jim Rogers has made a decision to quit the dollar and shift his investments into currencies including China's yuan.

The 65-year-old Rogers said he placed great trust in the Chinese yuan alongside the Japanese yen and the Swiss franc since the US economy was "in recession".

"I live in Asia. It is really not that strange that I am selling out of the US dollar," Rogers told The Daily Telegraph.

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Oil approaches fresh high of $94

Tue, 30 Oct 2007 10:36:26

Oil futures have surged to a new record near $94 due to the falling value of dollar and Mexico's plan to cut oil output by 20 percent.

"The dollar seems to be the force that's driving us now," said Phil Flynn, an analyst at Alaron Trading Corp., in Chicago.

Light, sweet crude for December rose $1.67 to settle at a record $93.53 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange after rising as high as $93.80 earlier.

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Gold price sets a new record high

Mon, 29 Oct 2007 22:40:23

Gold price rises as US dollar slides
Soaring oil prices and weak dollar have caused the price of gold to spiral to new record high, ever witnessed during the past 27 years.

The precious metal was traded at a peak of $794.70 per ounce in the London market, the highest price since January 1980.

Since gold price moves in tandem with oil prices, as the US dollar slides, investors often purchase gold as a protection against economic trouble, political turmoil and inflation hedge.
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Cellcept may cause birth defects

Wed, 31 Oct 2007 18:16:51

FDA has raised worrying concerns over the risk of birth defects and miscarriages following the use of Cellcept (mycophenolate mofetil).

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“50 Years of Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law"

Bismillahi Rahmanir Rahim.

This year marks the 50th year of our nation’s Independence. It is also the 50th year of our Merdeka Constitution.

Malaysia and its people have every reason to celebrate this joyous occasion as the country prospers as a constitutional democracy with a constitutional monarchy in the form as established by the Merdeka Constitution in 1957. Not all countries that achieved their freedom at the end of the colonial period are today able to celebrate their independence with pride. Some are under military rule, whilst others have had their institutions undermined or even abolished.

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America's self-defeating hegemony

America's self-defeating hegemony
Tue, 30 Oct 2007 17:04:02
By Francis Fukuyama

When I wrote about the "end of history" almost twenty years ago, one thing that I did not anticipate was the degree to which American behavior and misjudgments would make anti-Americanism one of the chief fault-lines of global politics.

And yet, particularly since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, that is precisely what has happened, owing to four key mistakes made by the Bush administration.

First, the doctrine of "preemption," which was devised in response to the 2001 attacks, was inappropriately broadened to include Iraq and other so-called "rogue states" that threatened to develop weapons of mass destruction. To be sure, preemption is fully justified vis-à-vis stateless terrorists wielding such weapons. But it cannot be the core of a general non-proliferation policy, whereby the United States intervenes militarily everywhere to prevent the development of nuclear weapons.

The cost of executing such a policy simply would be too high ...

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About This Video

Theatrical trailer from the winner of the Oscar for best picture @ the 1975 Academy Awards, 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest'. its about life in a psychiatric ward / mental institution.

Starring Jack Nicholson as Randele P. McMurphy and Louise Fletcher as Nurse Ratched.

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Egypt unveils nuclear plants plan

President Hosni Mubarak has said Egypt is to build a number of nuclear power stations to generate electricity.

Mr Mubarak said he had decided to go ahead with the programme because energy security was such an important factor in Egypt's development.

Egyptian officials announced plans last year to revive civilian nuclear activities but at the time they spoke of building a single power station.

The United States said it would offer its co-operation in the project.

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EA findings on Iran dismissed

Iranian nuclear negotiator Javad Vaeedi (left) arrives for talks with the UN on 29 October
Iranian and UN officials began new talks in Tehran on Monday
France and the US have dismissed a finding by the head of the UN's nuclear watchdog Mohammed ElBaradei that there is no evidence of Iran building a bomb.

French Defence Minister Herve Morin challenged Iran to allow UN inspectors unlimited access to sites.

A White House spokeswoman said Iran was "enriching and reprocessing uranium, and the reason that one does that is to lead towards a nuclear weapon".

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Mr. Bush, Lebanon is not US 53rd state!!


Perhaps a reminder is needed that this is the 21st century.
Definitely a reminder is needed that a foreign mandate is no longer existent in Lebanon. In fact both reminders should be for the head of the unconstitutional government Fouad Saniora and Bush.
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Open Source in the Community and Voluntary Sector

A talk given by Robert Simpson, Director of Ecomoney Systems ltd, about the difference free Open Source software has had to the charity, community and voluntary sectors in their local area. It describes how to go about volunteering for IT in your area, what to expect, and the advantages of open source software into this unique sector. Also included are descriptions of local projects that Ecomoney has been involved with, including a ten-PC learning suite and cybercafe that was setup for just £30! He talks about the software used, including the excellent puppy linux operating system, and describes some online community currency software that has allowed the area to have a community currency at a fraction of the "price". To see more check out the company website at, and their testbed community currency project at . You can also download the software used at the cybercafe from

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Somali PM Gedi resigns

Mon, 29 Oct 2007 13:51:18

Somali Prime Minister Ali Mohamed Gedi
Somali PM has resigned following a long-running feud with the president who accused him of failing to quell insurgency in the capital.
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The Original Cheaper By The Dozen

About This Video

Clifton Webb discusses the "degenerate" youth of the 20's-30's in these classic scenes from the original Cheaper By The Dozen." He'd have never survived the youth of today.
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Baby are getting their own website

(Denver) The new trend in cyberspace is baby's with their own web domain, Alexis Christoforous reports.

| 13-Oct-07 12:16 AM EST | (Relevance: 85.33%)
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Air Violation Again in Lebenon

25/10/2007 Lebanese troops opened fire Thursday on Israeli warplanes flying low over southern Lebanon and violating the Lebanese airspace.
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Profile: Iran's Revolutionary Guards - What the Western Media says

The IRGC tests a Shahab-3 missile (November 2006)
The Guards have some of Iran's most advanced military equipment
Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) was set up shortly
after the 1979 Iranian revolution to defend the country's Islamic system, and to provide a counterweight to the regular armed forces.

The Revolutionary Guards' power and influence are such that the US government has designated it a "proliferator of weapons of mass destruction" and its elite overseas operations arm, the Quds Force, a "supporter of terrorism".

Civilian presence

The Guards also have a powerful presence in civilian institutions, and control the Basij Resistance Force, an Islamic volunteer militia of about 90,000 men and woman and a mobilisational capacity of nearly 1m.

The Basij, or Mobilisation of the Oppressed,....
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Iran said Thursday the latest "hostile policies" taken by the United States were counter to international law, and accused Washington of hypocrisy. Earlier, the US declared the Revolutionary Guards a "proliferator of weapons of mass destruction", a reference to ballistic missiles they are allegedly developing, while their elite overseas operations arm, the Quds Force, was singled out as a "supporter of terrorism". The US has stepped up its sanctions on Iran for "supporting terrorists" and pursuing nuclear activities.
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What will the excallation be like?

All diplomatic routes are open to ensure that Turkey holds off from invading Iraq alone, the White House said on Monday, amid thinning patience from Turkey after the weekend killings of at least 12 of its soldiers by Kurds in Iraq.

| 22-Oct-07 9:22 AM EST
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The debate while the sufferings in Iraq

Rep. Henry Waxman, chairman of a House watchdog committee, said Thursday that recent State Department missteps, including lax oversight of Blackwater USA and other contractors, may have hurt U.S. efforts in Iraq. (Oct. 25)

| 25-Oct-07 11:50 AM EST

Lt Gen Ricardo Sanchez has condemned the current strategy in the conflict, calling it a "nightmare".

| 13-Oct-07 7:16 AM EST
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Thousands in US anti-war protests

US anti-war ralliers Impeach Bush
Sun, 28 Oct 2007 10:06:30
Demonstrators called for the impeachment of Bush.

28/10/2007 Tens of thousands of people have taken part in demonstrations against the war in Iraq in cities across the United States. Rallies took place in a dozen cities, with the biggest crowds gathering in New York, Chicago and San Francisco.

Tens of thousands of people have staged anti-war rallies in cities across the US calling for the impeachment of Bush for war crimes.

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