Wednesday, February 04, 2009

See how zionists run scared and cause trouble

I just got this. Apparently because of community organizing the
zionists changed their venue. Notice it was to a location where the
shit u pigs are more able to concentrate. Check a map and see for
yourself. I know this because I was tackled by the 7 shit u pigs near
the new location, at the old location is where I put the 3 shit u pigs
in the hospital and forced them to call the city for backup, and the
zionists realize this. Remember folks, not to fear the pigs because of
their guns. Ever since the pigs at brown got their guns they have acted
out, but that did not stop me from sending 3 of them to the hospital.
Notice the security measures too.
Also I have included a piece about dick holbrooke's newest job position.
Him being sent to Afghanistan and Pakistan is BAD NEWS and every deal
offered to Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran by america should be
Peter Khan Zendran

"Israel in a Changing Middle East," with Nadav Tamir, Consul General of
Israel to New England. Presented by the Watson Institute for
International Studies.

Location Change: Starr Auditorium, Room 117, MacMillan Hall, 167 Thayer

***Bags will not be allowed in the auditorium***

Nadav Tamir joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1993 and the
following year began to serve as the Policy Assistant to the Foreign
Minister. Nadav had the privilege to serve under 3 Foreign Ministers -
Shimon Peres, Ehud Barak, and David Levy. He was then promoted to the
position of Political Officer at the Israeli Embassy in Washington, D.C.
in 1997. In 2001, Nadav was granted the position of Advisor to the
Director General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem.

In 2003, Nadav was chosen as a Wexner Israel Fellow and earned his
Masters in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government
at Harvard University in 2004.

Prior to joining the Ministry, Nadav served as a security officer at the
Residence of the President of Israel, while simultaneously earning his
B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science from the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, from which he graduated Magna Cum Laude.

January 22, 2009 Richard Holbrooke ’62 LLD'97, a Brown professor at
large based at the Watson Institute, was named special envoy to
Afghanistan and Pakistan in a ceremony today at the State Department.
The former UN ambassador, who is widely credited as the chief architect
of the 1995 Dayton peace agreement ending the war in Bosnia, will be
charged with working for peace and stability in the troubled region.
"This is truly an international challenge of the highest order,"
President Barack Obama said, calling Holbrooke "one of the most talented
diplomats of his generation."

In a 2007 interview on Open Source internet radio, Holbrooke predicted
that “The next president of the United States is going to inherit the
worst opening-day hand in foreign policy in American history.”

Despite his assessment of the grim state of affairs, he urged students
to “get involved” in the world around them. “You’ve got to get engaged
and you mustn’t despair. It’s your opportunity to participate and I urge
you to do so… I do not despair for the country. I believe the people are
much better than the government,” he said during a major address at


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