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Fire-bombing, children running down a rural road screaming - their skin on fire, napalm reigning down from above, perhaps a nuclear bomb that has just completely levelled a city, perhaps a drone flying over the rooftop of a families farmhouse, or perhaps a citizen too afraid to say what they truly feel because of fear of reprisal?
What is terror? Forget the politics, when does any kind of moral responsibility apply?Fire-bombing, children running down a rural road screaming - their skin on fire,... more
POLICE vs MOOR - Who do you think is right? Plz share ur Opinon.
I have to say that the past couple of years have been rough. Jobs have been disappearing left and right and it’s hard for me to name a time when I can remember working a 40 hour week. Most of the jobs I’ve had in the last 4 years have been 40 hours a week when I started, but quickly moved down to 20-30 sometimes 15 hours a week.I have to say that the past couple of years have been rough. Jobs have been... more
Actor Tom Truong shows you how to cook green beans
From The Up and Coming: Light Of The Darkness Mixtape...don't know when I'll drop it...I'ld prefer to keep it that way. Enjoy yo mutha fucking download! SWAG! -points up- Click it bitch!
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"Been going through some shit lately... criticism from a lot of people. Moms acting weak as fuck! I'm trying to do me and I've got bullshit going on from both ends. FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! I'm still fucking upgrading, daily!"
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▲.G.J.D.▲.N.DFrom The Up and Coming: Light Of The Darkness Mixtape...don't know when I'll... more
As recently as Feb. 9, the International Monetary Fund's executive board—its highest authority—praised Libya's economy and "commended" its government for its "ambitious reform agenda," when it concluded the so-called Article IV consultation with the Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya.
They also "welcomed (its) strong macroeconomic performance and the progress on enhancing the role of the private sector," and "encouraged" the authorities to continue the good work.
Their press release, published on the IMF website, concluded that the "Directors encouraged the authorities to further advance structural reforms to support private sector development. They commended the authorities for their ambitious reform agenda, and looked forward to the effective implementation of the many important laws passed in the last year, complemented by policies aimed at adapting the labor force to the economic transformation."
As Reuters pointed out, Libya joins Tunisia, which the IMF hailed last September for its "wide-ranging structural reforms" and "prudent macroeconomic management."
Not forgetting Bahrain, an IMF report published in December praised that government with a "favorable near-term outlook" after the economy "managed the global crisis well." Algeria's "prudent macroeconomic policies pursued in the past (helped it) build a sound financial position with a very low level of debt." And last April the IMF directors "praised [the Egyptian] authorities' response to the crisis" as well as their "sound macroeconomic management."
In each of these cases of IMF praise, the named countries had effectively turned over their economies to European financial interests, through free trade zones where slave labor produced exclusively for export; through tax breaks for foreign investors, who were allowed to repatriate all their profits; and through other similar looting schemes. In fact, the New York Times, in covering the story, wails that these countries should not abandon the economic policies associated with the hated dictators:
"Citizens of the countries in question would be financially better off if their governments don't stray too far from the economic policies they have pursued in the past. But the toppling of unpopular regimes will make it difficult for their successors to adopt the same policies."As recently as Feb. 9, the International Monetary Fund's executive... more
Papa Can You Hear Me comes to Glee! ‘Papa Can You Hear Me’, a hit number performed by Barbra Streisand in United Artist’s musical classic-movie ‘Yentl
http://www.05news.com/papa-can-you-hear-me-76213/Papa Can You Hear Me comes to Glee! ‘Papa Can You Hear Me’, a hit number... more
Featuring America's Love Experts Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal
YourTango is your source for smart talk about love, sex, dating and relationships. Whether you're married, single, taken, engaged or "it's complicated," check out our videos for the best love and relationship news, entertainment and advice. http://www.yourtango.com | Smart Talk About LoveFeaturing America's Love Experts Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal YourTango is your... more
it looks funny when i have my dog ride the dirtbike with me
also i didn't use a green screen for this i used a 32 inch flat screen tv
lol yeah i know im cheap but i need to find some easy to use software for
using green screen if you know any good software to use for green screening
let me know in the comment section also is the program sony vegas easy
to use and does it work good for green screening?it looks funny when i have my dog ride the dirtbike with me also i didn't use a... more
An exposition in poetic language of several of the ways of attainment and the results obtained. In the form of a Discourse between and Adept and His Pupil.AHA! An exposition in poetic language of several of the ways of attainment and the... more
Hats off to Barry Manilow on this song. Had to do several takes before I even got close to what I was trying to sound like. Anyway, it's a beautiful song but, Barry Manilow I'm not. (LOL)Hats off to Barry Manilow on this song. Had to do several takes before I even got... more
What is the life of this world
but play and amusement?
But best is the home in the hereafter,
for those who are righteous.
Will you not then understand?
(Surat al-An'am: 32)
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Nobody knows what will happen in the next few hours or even in seconds. Time flies in the countdown to one’s own death. Every day brings that predestined day closer. In this film you are invited to see the true nature of our worldly existence. It is a short and deceptive life in which worldly desires seem fascinating and full of promise, but the truth is much different. Keep in mind: This film may be your final warning to remind you of death!... And lead you to rethink about your duties to God and the hereafter.
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Shqiptar , Arabic , Azerbaijani , Български , Rusça , Chinese , Indonesia , Español , Deutsch , Magyar , Tamil , Türkçe , Urdu , Türkçe , UighurWhat is the life of this world but play and amusement? But best is the home in the... more