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I'm planning to go offline in a couple of months when this contract expires. (it's just half way through the month and I'm too close to limit.) Dont particularly trust server, do not like the way they set up bills, I just resent the time it takes to study!?! my bills...takes a calculator.....and of course, they will not beep you when you're over your allotted pages. It's all about control, control of MY purse strings! (they're really pushing preauthorized payment, in knowledge a lot of people will sooner or later will end up paying them exorbitant late.fees --.very cynical, and that makes them the enemy!). Beware.
Want to redirect interest/insurance /ladada charges to my favorite charity. Online billing/payment is very convenient, but when you calculate cost for going over alloted pages + ladada......its a ripoff.
Now I've got to cool it, or pay that extra 10$ this month....be damned if I pay 25$.
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Thank you, Carole. :)

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Putin is doing the right thing, but because the recipients will be largely ethnic russians......and the blood lust, this is a quest, for russian heads. Sick Ukrainian nationalists pigs!

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Ever since the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, which put Russia’s socialist, expansionist regime at loggerheads with much of the world for most of the 20th century, the West, and especially the United States, has struggled with a confounding question: What to do about Russia? In the 1970s, the Nixon administration found an answer: détente, a policy predicated not on threats, but on dialogue. Russia is too big, too resource-rich, too vital (as an energy supplier to Europe), and too technologically advanced to disregard (or “isolate” as Obama has said he hopes to do).

"Ever since.......". -- European interests have been wrecking havoc with American politics....starting with Nixon fiasco. In the final analysis, this is European hatred for soviet aggression looking for revenge. It always has been.
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http://www.albawaba.com/node/595934

Diplomacy has universal appeal?
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can Putin make Yankee go home?
heres hoping.

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SIS has said it desires a direct conflict with the United States on American soil, and the current conflict may also be serving as a lure for new members.

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the truth is, that too few want to intermarry with them.....

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Western, and oligarchic perspective, in particular. That's the conundrum here. Differences are.not distinct like they are between races or in religious conflicts. The divide is due to difference in mentality..and not ideology, any longer...as some would claim.
A cultural divide?

OMG, the Coca Cola civilization. Is knocking!

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The truth is, these people have Carte Blanche. They have LOST all proportion of where they are in the scheme of things. They're monsters!


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They're so gone.....intoxicated with power...they dare to interfere with staff's freedom of expression!

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“The Jesuits … are simply the Roman army for the earthly sovereignty of the world in the future, with the Pontiff of Rome for Emperor … that’s their ideal … It’s simple lust of power, of filthy earthly gain, of domination – something like a universal serfdom with them as masters – that’s all they stand for.  They don’t even believe in God perhaps.” ~ The Brothers Karamazov, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, (1880), p. 309

On March 13, 1820, Czar Alexander I reversed the warmth Catherine had given Rome and ejected the Jesuits from Russia.  Their hatred festered against the House of Romanov, the Russian Orthodox Church and the children of Kievan Rus’ for 100 years.  French scholar, ex-Catholic and expert on the Society of Jesus, Edmond Paris (1894-1970), saw World War I as precipitated by the Papists:

Pius X, in his hatred of the Orthodox Christians, was continually inciting Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria-Hungary to ‘chastise the Serbians.’  After Sarajevo, on July 26, 1914, Baron Ritter, Bavarian representative at the Holy See, wrote to his government: “The Pope approves of Austria’s harsh treatment of Serbia.  He has no great opinion of the armies of Russia and France in the event of a war with Germany.  The Cardinal Secretary of State does not see when Austria could make war if she does not decide to do so now.” … There, in true colours, is the Vicar of Christ, the gentle apostle of peace, the Holy Pontiff whom pious authors represent as having died of sorrow at seeing the outbreak of war.

One may say quite specifically that in 1914, the Roman Catholic Church started the series of hellish wars.  It was then that the tribute of blood which she has always taken from the peoples began to swell into a veritable torrent. ~ The Vatican Against Europe, Edmund Paris, Wickliffe Press, pp. 14 & 48

Perhaps now, Bill Clinton’s crusade against the Christian Serbs on behalf of the Bosnian muslims makes more sense.

Now, in Ukraine, the United States via an installed military junta proxy government in Kiev is steam-rolling the remnant of Russian Orthodox in the East with Catholic Nazi stormtroopers and rewarding their agents like Mafia Joe Biden by giving his son a very lucrative position in the conquered country.

Don’t hold your breath waiting for the Republicans to bring you “justice”.

Alexander I died at only 47 of “mysterious circumstances” that some labeled typhus but others left in question:

Alexander died on December 1, 1825, of a fever in the southern port of Taganrog.  There is considerably mystery surrounding Alexander’s demise. ~ Alexander I, Linda DeLaine, Russian Life
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When things become transparent, that's when you decide what path to take. Putin is playing philosopher king to American cowbay. He's probably still reeling from Anglo American treachery/Chutzpah.

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