LOL.....you won't be here long.
Welcome aboard......I love the way all that PC rebuttal stuff like "racist and stereotyping" rolls off your tongue like drool.
Ok, you think I'm racist and stereotype...fine....next?
posted on 10/01/2002 9:31:09 AM PDT
Ok. I am done attacking. I was a little shocked reading the one-sidedness of the articles and replies. So lets talk politics.
The US pushes democracy and trade, then gets mad when it is with the wrong countries (Libya).
None of the comments in the article were taken directly from the CIA, just editors jumping to conclusions.
Remember not to believe everything you read and don't become Lemmings yourself. It is necessary to question the "facts" and try to see both sides. The man with the guns at one time was associated with the Jamaat and ended relations before the coup.
The other coup members are getting old and are more concerned about building mosques, houses, and keeping in touch with the middle east which makes sense for Muslims who go to Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
Panday and the Trinidadian government are not as reliable as us Americans may be led to believe and they are really trying hard to find the Jamaat guilty of something after being humiliated by the coup. In ten years they have not been able to find any other crimes done by these people under close scrutiny?
I am not saying that some of the articles don't make me suspicious of the Jamaat, I just think there has been no debate in this discussion and there needs to be.
posted on 10/03/2002 8:38:13 AM PDT
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