#1
The clock bomb hoax incident involving the muslim boy is a red herring.

The event was uncanningly coincidental considering his father, is a 2x presidential candidate for Sudan.

http://www.okayafrica.com/news/istandwithahmed-mohamed-elhassan-mohamed-sudanese-father-backstory/

Highly likely the US administration/government taught the father to nudge the boy to create this incident, to bring attention to themselves, and vindicate them, eventually and introduce the father to Americans, and the world.

The end game is really, invasion of Sudan or deposing the existing Islamic government, to make it more friendly to US/Western policies.

This old interview is evidence that Sudan is on the list of country to be deposed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXS3vW47mOE
"In an interview with Amy Goodman on March 2, 2007, U.S. General Wesley Clark (Ret.), explains that the Bush Administration planned to take out 7 countries in 5 years: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Lybia, Somalia, Sudan, Iran"

Bush didn't carry this out throughly, so it is no surprise his successors will be tasked to do so.

But so far, from the list of countries mentioned, Iraq, Libya has gone down. Syria currently on the way but may escalate with proxy fighting with Russians. Somalia was a mess and didn't work out. Sudan is definitely on the cards based on the recent clock bomb boy red herring incident.


Unfortunately Americans are too wasted to see the big picture why the clock bomb issue came into the front page, and would rather spend their attention on tiny little racial/religious angle of the entire issue.


If you have any kids in the military or are in the military, may help to pay attention where you or the kids may be sent out next for war within the next few years.
#3
Lybia

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#5
The event was uncanningly coincidental considering his father, is a 2x presidential candidate for Sudan.

You'd think the 2x presidential candidates son would have the social awareness to realize his skin color mixed with carrying clock parts in a pencil case is a bad combo...It's equivalent to me building a calculator, except it looks like a gun when I pull it out in public.

Shit looked straight out of 80s movie bomb prop.

You'd also think he'd live in sudan if he was a political figure there, but whatever.

Also literally looks like he just ripped apart a clock, with it having 9v and a plug for 120v.
No idea why a homemade clock would have two power sources.
Last edited by stratkat at Sep 17, 2015,
#6
Quote by stratkat
You'd think the 2x presidential candidates son would have the social awareness to realize his skin color mixed with carrying clock parts in a pencil case is a bad combo...It's equivalent to me building a calculator, except it looks like a gun when I pull it out in public.

Shit looked straight out of 80s movie bomb prop.

You'd also think he'd live in sudan if he was a political figure there, but whatever.

Also literally looks like he just ripped apart a clock, with it having 9v and a plug for 120v.
No idea why a homemade clock would have two power sources.



Everyone focused too much on the clock, and the boy himself and his race/religion. Nobody wants to see the big picture. It doesn't matter if the clock looks like a bomb or not, or if he ripped it out of a clock, it is not important. It's all about bringing the dad into the media indirectly through his boy.

They need to introduce the next American puppet leader of Sudan, what better way to do this than the current approach that they're using ?

It's a PR stunt. The US government knows what they're doing.

Those observant enough can smell the next war cry. Sudan, you're next!

#8
Quote by sfx at #33600413
The clock bomb hoax incident involving the muslim boy is a red herring.

The event was uncanningly coincidental considering his father, is a 2x presidential candidate for Sudan.

http://www.okayafric.com/news/istandwithahmed-mohamed-elhassan-mohamed-sudanese-father-backstory/

Highly likely the US administration/government taught the father to nudge the boy to create this incident, to bring attention to themselves, and vindicate them, eventually and introduce the father to Americans, and the world.

The end game is really, invasion of Sudan or deposing the existing Islamic government, to make it more friendly to US/Western policies.

This old interview is evidence that Sudan is on the list of country to be deposed.

https://www.youtubeom/watch?v=SXS3vW47mOE[rl]
"In an interview with Amy Goodman on March 2, 2007, U.S. General Wesley Clark (Ret.), explains that the Bush Administration planned to take out 7 countries in 5 years: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Lybia, Somalia, Sudan, Iran"

Bush didn't carry this out throughly, so it is no surprise his successors will be tasked to do so.

But so far, from the list of countries mentioned, Iraq, Libya has gone down. Syria currently on the way but may escalate with proxy fighting with Russians. Somalia was a mess and didn't work out. Sudan is definitely on the cards based on the recent clock bomb boy red herring incident.


Unfortunately Americans are too wasted to see the big picture why the clock bomb issue came into the front page, and would rather spend their attention on tiny little racial/religious angle of the entire issue.


If you have any kids in the military or are in the military, may help to pay attention where you or the kids may be sent out next for war within the next few years.

Everyone focused too much on the clock, and the boy himself and his race/religion. Nobody wants to see the big picture. It doesn't matter if the clock looks like a bomb or not, or if he ripped it out of a clock, it is not important. It's all about bringing the dad into the media indirectly through his boy.

They need to introduce the next American puppet leader of Sudan, what better way to do this than the current approach that they're using ?

It's a PR stunt. The US government knows what they're doing.

Those observant enough can smell the next war cry. Sudan, you're next!

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#10
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#11
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#12
Frappuccino?
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#13
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#15
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Frappuccino?


Al Pacino.
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#17
Paul Sorvino

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#18
Tarantino
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#20
I like Wesley Clark but I think people go to him too often for military or government opinions. He was a commander of NATO and hasn't seen any real action since the Kosovo War. He also retired in the year 2000 so I don't think he has much insight into the 2nd Bush administration either. No matter what our individual views about that place maybe the fact is that ever since World War 2 (at least) nearly the entire Middle East has been a s*** storm and will continue to be so regardless of whatever regimes may topple. The United States government knows this, and there's nothing it can do individually to fix it.
mmmmmmhmmm

That's exactly what I've been trying to say.

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#21
Don Reno
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#23
Quote by stratkat
You'd think the 2x presidential candidates son would have the social awareness to realize his skin color mixed with carrying clock parts in a pencil case is a bad combo...It's equivalent to me building a calculator, except it looks like a gun when I pull it out in public.

Shit looked straight out of 80s movie bomb prop.

You'd also think he'd live in sudan if he was a political figure there, but whatever.

Also literally looks like he just ripped apart a clock, with it having 9v and a plug for 120v.
No idea why a homemade clock would have two power sources.



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#24
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Is this a show, literally called episodes?
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#28
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This thread is madder than Tom Cruise's favourite ****ing brush.

Other than this being the best post here, I'd like to ask about why Tom Cruise's favorite brush is mad.


Why is Tom Cruise's favorite brush mad? Spare no detail.
#29
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Yes.

looks aight

Quote by ali.guitarkid7 at #33600905
Other than this being the best post here, I'd like to ask about why Tom Cruise's favorite brush is mad.


Why is Tom Cruise's favorite brush mad? Spare no detail.

You said U'd like to ask why Tom Cruise's favourite brush is mad, and by god did you deliver when you asked why is Tom Cruise's favourite brush mad.
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#30
Quote by Gatecrasher53 at #33600923
You said U'd like to ask why Tom Cruise's favourite brush is mad, and by god did you deliver when you asked why is Tom Cruise's favourite brush mad.

The trick is to make a commitment in your head, and to just do it. You have to man up, claim responsibility for your actions, and make others just feel in their guts that you're a man of your word. Own up to who you are. No matter your faults, no matter your fears, you can make it happen.


Why is Tom Cruise's brush MAD? Why is Tom Cruise's BRUSH mad? WHY is Tom Cruise's brush mad?
#31
Quote by ali.guitarkid7
Other than this being the best post here, I'd like to ask about why Tom Cruise's favorite brush is mad.


Why is Tom Cruise's favorite brush mad? Spare no detail.


I have no idea, but skip to 5:30-ish to see where I stole the quote from.
#34
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I would watch it but it's not Veep

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The Thick Of It eats Veep up, sicks Veep out and then grouts it's bathroom with Veep.
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