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Monday, November 26, 2007


I took this test as I found it on poonam's blog ... Boy its true to a large extewnt..Is that you all feel about me. Your comments are appreciated. Take the test
You feel that everything is going against you and you are worn out and exhausted by all the conflict and quarrelling. You are trying to protect yourself but at the same time you are hiding your feelings, hoping that by so doing, you can avoid exposing yourself to attack. Hopefully this will give you the chance to get on with your life. Nevertheless, you should be very careful to try to avoid stirring up any opposition which might endanger your plans.

Always anxious to accept the role of the leader, as indeed you often work well with people - but try to stay out of the limelight. You'd like a life of ease with no one to rock the boat and someone who understands you is so important in your life.

Matters are not progressing as well as you would have hoped and you are having to make concessions - but you still believe that your goals are realistic it's just that people can't seem to see your point of view. You know what you want but you'll only accept suggestions under duress.

Whatever has caused the situation, you just don't seem to be able to sustain or maintain relationships as you would wish to. What you really seek is to be able to develop a relationship with someone with whom you can truly share: Love, Serenity, Peace and Quiet. But you are a very demanding person and it is your nature that leads to disquiet and discord: you are like the tide, flotsam and jetsam... One minute you experience 'highs' and a few moments later 'lows'. This obviously will introduce discord into any relationship and with this demanding attitude - the ideal state you desire is unable to develop. Despite the urge to gratify your natural desires, you impose a considerable self-restraint on your instincts in the belief that this demonstrates your superiority and raises you above the common herd. You are extremely critical of everything that is presently going on around you and you find it difficult to listen to or to take advice from anyone. You enjoy the original, the ingenious and the subtle.

It is strange that the anxiety that you are experiencing at this time is of your own making simply because of your desire to be respected by your fellow man and with those whom you work with. You are not satisfied. The normal congenial 'you' is becoming quite introverted. This is becoming increasingly more obvious because you seem to shy away from participating in everyday activities. You are refusing to allow yourself to become involved or to participate with others and it is the reluctance to communicate that is the inherent cause of your problems.

Saturday, November 03, 2007

The fishy Iraq war

This post has been jotted down from memory. I haven't done any recent research so I ask the readers to pardon me if I get my numbers wrong, it will always be near to the exact figure. I ask my editor to correct the figures should he have some spare time.

While the second Gulf war, was a cake walk for the US until the capture of "Saddam Hussein". something was fishy about the entire episode which most of us missed including yours truly, until I read an article from a Russian diplomat who was earlier associated with the Russian Intelligence. Most of the point in this post are inspired from his article.

Iraq during the first Gulf war put up a brave fight before US. It not only denied US to enter its home soil for long but also inflicted severe economic loss to the US, if not military. However It seems Saddam had forgotten its basic this time. Except for the battle of "Basra", hardly put up any resistance.

I am no military analyst, but I play Chess. And in chess , when you see you cannot win , you defense, cut off all entry point to king, and delay looking for a possible stalemate. Did Saddam took these measures? No. Going by the first Gulf War, one thing is for sure that Saddam at least knew about these measures that could have left US still trying to capture Baghdad...

* Firstly, Iraq could have set fire to its oil fields like it did in 1992 making really difficult for US to advance.The move would have shot Oil prices world over, increasing pressure on the US to withdraw.
* Secondly, it could have blown the bridge over Tigris river, thus cutting the entry point to Baghdad.Turkey having refused US to use its "Air Space" it would have been really difficult to capture Baghdad with only Air Strikes. Instead not a single mine was found on the bridge.
* Thirdly, Us estimates around 76 fighter jets mostly MiG in possession of Iraq. Scrutiny of defense deals of other nation confirm this number. Where were they during this war? And where are they now?Nobody knows.
* Fourthly, Iraq had much more Scuds(missile) than it used.Three, if I am right where are the rest? And why weren't they used? The three that were used were also off target, one of them landing in mid-desert. At least they could have been used in Basra where they knew the exact position of enemy.
* Fifthly, Where are Saddam clones, during the Gulf war 1 US captured or killed at least nine of them!
* Sixthly, A large amount of Saddam money is unaccounted for!!!
* Lastly, and most importantly, ( this one taken from the article itself) When Saddam Hussein was captured the US media covered the operation, moments after Saddam Surrender if not live. While they were covering the palace, the hole and the soldiers who took part in the operation, they shot (may be accidentally) a scene where TWO SOLDIERS POSED UNDER A DATE TREE, zoom in on the picture & you would see FRUITS ON TREE. This is surprising for at that time DATES WERE OUT OF SEASON IRAQ.

These loop holes indicate either of the two possibilities, Either Mr. Saddam Hussein was captured long before the war or there must have been some kind of behind the scene, agreement between "Saddam and America" & he is alive now.