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https://plus.google.com/100981558331208251550 Maggy San Jose-Baas : Berlin is where the dictator Hitler died, by commiting suicide. The man who caused fiery persecution...
Berlin is where the dictator Hitler died, by commiting suicide. The man who caused fiery persecution to Jehovah's people during World War 2.
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https://plus.google.com/108121084795051699441 Elric Holderfield : Ultraviolet & iTunes Codes For Sale.. UVHD Paul $4 Tears of The Sun $4 The Big Lebowski $5 Blues Brothers...
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https://plus.google.com/108121084795051699441 Elric Holderfield : iTunes Codes From Blu-Ray (No XML) Moonrise Kingdom $4 High Plains Drifter $4 Spartacus $4 Paul $3 ...
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https://plus.google.com/112470316795964469917 The Patch - PhotogrAphy Themed CHallenge : Week 30 Winners We as moderators are constantly learning about running a project such as this. This...
Week 30 Winners

We as moderators are constantly learning about running a project such as this. This month we learned that a theme that looked good on paper turned out to be harder than we thought in practice. So our thanks to those of you who stuck with us through July. We hope August's Kitchen theme will be easier and more fun for you to shoot.

Our Winners for Week 30 are:

+Teri Patton: Great drummer shot in revolutionary war garb. A little on the yellow side, but overall quite good.

+Glenn Coello: Nice well thought out shot that hits both themes.

+Piotr Edelman: Great use of multiple exposures to give a good feel of movement.

Honorable Mentions

+Cliff Loresco: We all chuckle when looking at this photo. The only happy person in the shot looks to be the Dictator. Fun shot!

+Ines Pereira: The kudos should really go to her brother for allowing himself to be photographed in that outfit! Another fun shot!

We'll be starting our July Voting Event on Thursday, so keep an eye out for invites in your notification/email streams, or here in the Community in our Events category down at the bottom left. We can only invite you if you follow us. Thanks, and we look forward to seeing what you cook up for August! (Pun intended).   
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https://plus.google.com/108121084795051699441 Elric Holderfield : iTunes Codes From Blu-Ray (No XML) Moonrise Kingdom $4 High Plains Drifter $4 Spartacus $4 Animal House...
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https://plus.google.com/114270572329698493964 Onchannel.Net Movies : Ratko The Dictator's Son (2009) - Movie: Ratko: The Dictator's Son (2009) Country: Canada, USA Directors...
Ratko The Dictator's Son (2009) - Movie: Ratko: The Dictator's Son (2009) Country: Canada, USA Directors: Savage Steve Holland, Kevin Speckmaier Writers: Robert Mittenthal, Michael Rubiner Stars: Efren Ramirez, Katrina Bowden, Jeffrey Ballard, Curtis Armstrong Insight Plot: The son of a dictator travels to the U.S. to attend college. http://ow.ly/2KVJ77
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https://plus.google.com/110849996909288445310 G. Stolyarov II : I have rescued a literary essay from 2003 on Da Chen’s autobiography “Colors of the Mountain” and the...
I have rescued a literary essay from 2003 on Da Chen’s autobiography “Colors of the Mountain” and the insights therein regarding the means by which a dictator seeks to maintain power.
 
Excerpts: “The soil in which autocracy springs its roots is chaos and suffering; this is required to drain resources from the general population for the alleviation of the imagined threat, as well as for the amassing of attitudinal support for the dictator’s initiatives.”
 
“In ‘Colors of the Mountain’, Da Chen powerfully demonstrates that a cultic devotion to another human being, especially a powerful and brutal one, is always a self-defeating proposition. Dictators such as Mao are always thirsty for the blood of the innocent; the devotion of the latter will merely fuel the destroyers’ appetites.”
 
http://www.rationalargumentator.com/index/blog/2014/07/dictatorship-colors-mountain/
Lessons on Dictatorship in Da Chen’s “Colors of the Mountain” (2003) – Essay by G. Stolyarov II | The Rational Argumentator
Note from the Author: This essay was originally written in 2003 and published in two parts on Associated Content (subsequently, Yahoo! Voices) in 2007. The essay received over 500 views on Associated Content / Yahoo! Voices, and I seek to preserve it as a valuable resource for readers, ...
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https://plus.google.com/115007898095357716937 Gennady Stolyarov II : I have rescued a literary essay from 2003 on Da Chen’s autobiography “Colors of the Mountain” and the...
I have rescued a literary essay from 2003 on Da Chen’s autobiography “Colors of the Mountain” and the insights therein regarding the means by which a dictator seeks to maintain power.
 
Excerpts: “The soil in which autocracy springs its roots is chaos and suffering; this is required to drain resources from the general population for the alleviation of the imagined threat, as well as for the amassing of attitudinal support for the dictator’s initiatives.”
 
“In ‘Colors of the Mountain’, Da Chen powerfully demonstrates that a cultic devotion to another human being, especially a powerful and brutal one, is always a self-defeating proposition. Dictators such as Mao are always thirsty for the blood of the innocent; the devotion of the latter will merely fuel the destroyers’ appetites.”
 
http://www.rationalargumentator.com/index/blog/2014/07/dictatorship-colors-mountain/
Lessons on Dictatorship in Da Chen’s “Colors of the Mountain” (2003) – Essay by G. Stolyarov II | The Rational Argumentator
Note from the Author: This essay was originally written in 2003 and published in two parts on Associated Content (subsequently, Yahoo! Voices) in 2007. The essay received over 500 views on Associated Content / Yahoo! Voices, and I seek to preserve it as a valuable resource for readers, ...
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https://plus.google.com/115420049171904730097 Jason Newman : Just started watching this new show, The Dictator, tonight. I'm already hooked.. 😵
Just started watching this new show, The Dictator, tonight. I'm already hooked.. 😵
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https://plus.google.com/108073447054287167389 Chatty Cathy : REAKING NEWS! In Event of Emergency, Illegals to be Evacuated Before Citizens… Defy the Dictator: Rise...
REAKING NEWS! In Event of Emergency, Illegals to be Evacuated Before Citizens…
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‘For everyone’s safety..’ (Infowars) – Should a hurricane or other life-threatening, catastrophic weather event impact South Texas, illegal aliens occupying various shelters will be first in line to get “to safer ground,” a National Weather Service coordinator says. At a meeting last week, emergency managers in the Rio Grande Valley region addressed the reality that, ...
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https://plus.google.com/103455187491924022221 Sergey Malovatov : Iraq is already splitting into three states Jim Michaels, USA TODAY Ever since U.S. forces invaded...
Iraq is already splitting into three states

Jim Michaels, USA TODAY 


Ever since U.S. forces invaded Iraq and toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003, the U.S. government has worried that Iraq would splinter into three states — each representing the feuding religious and ethnic factions the dictator held together through his iron rule.

It may no longer be necessary to worry that Iraq will break apart. In many ways, it already has.

The radical Islamic State that seized a swath of western and central Iraq last month effectively left the nation in three pieces, government officials and analysts say.

The United States worries that a fractured Iraq could lead to a failed state, allowing the radical Islamists to establish a stronghold from which they can export terrorism to other parts of the region and world.

Ryan Crocker, who served as U.S. ambassador to Iraq from 2007 to 2009, described the divisions as "Shiastan," "Jihadistan" and Kurdistan. The references are to the majority Shiite Muslims, who run the national government in Baghdad; the insurgent Sunni Muslim jihadists who make up the Islamic State; and the ethnic Kurds, who have long presided over an oil-rich, semiautonomous enclave in the north

"In a sense, it's apocalypse now," Crocker said.

"Iraq is not one Iraq anymore," Fuad Hussein, chief of staff to Kurdistan Regional Government President Massoud Barzani, said at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy during a recent U.S. visit.

The challenge for Washington is determining whether — and how — the country can be pieced back together. The Obama administration says Iraq must stay united if it is to take back the country from the radical Islamists.

Ironically, Joe Biden had argued as a U.S. senator in 2006, when Iraq was in the throes of sectarian violence, that the country be divided into three autonomous regions with a weak central government . His idea never gained traction, and the administration in which he serves as vice president argues the opposite view.

"The strongest single blunt to that threat (division) would be a strong capable federal government in Iraq that is actually able to exert control and influence to push back on that threat," Elissa Slotkin, a top Pentagon official, testified to Congress recently.

Politicians in Baghdad are haggling over formation of a unity government that can fulfill the mission outlined by Slotkin. By custom, the top three jobs are parceled out to the three factions.

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Iraqi President Fouad Massoum attends a news conference during the fifth session of the Iraqi Parliament in Baghdad on July 24.(Photo: Ali Abbas, epa)
Last week, Kurdish politician Fouad Massoum was named the new president of Iraq by Parliament. His selection followed lawmakers' election of a Sunni, Salim al-Jabouri, as speaker of Parliament.

Lawmakers have a long way to go before creating a broad government that would lessen tensions among the Kurds, Sunnis and Shiites. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, a Shiite, has been widely criticized within his country and the USA for limiting Sunni participation in his government and empowering Shiite militias that have targeted Sunnis during his eight-year rule. Al-Maliki is fighting to stay in office for a new four-year term.

One key to holding Iraq together is convincing the Kurds, who have long sought an independent state, to remain part of the central government. The Obama administration is trying to convince Kurdish leaders to remain part of Iraq.

"Without the Kurds, you're going to have a struggle with all Sunni Arabs against an Iranian-backed Shiite rump state," said James Jeffrey, a former U.S. ambassador to Iraq.

The Kurds have seized on the offensive by the radical Sunnis to further assert their independence. Kurdish forces have occupied territory abandoned by Iraq's army, attempted to sell oil without Baghdad's approval and announced plans for a referendum on independence.

"Division is the only solution, provided that this division should be consensual," said Barzo Ibrahim, a civil engineer in Irbil, in Kurdistan. "This is the most difficult part of the task."

The Kurds have the best chance of survival should they break away from Iraq's central government. They have created an oasis of political stability in the north, fueled by their own oil reserves and protected by one of the most disciplined fighting forces in the region, the peshmerga.

The Kurds have used the crisis to expand their control over oil-rich Kirkuk in the north by taking over positions from Iraq's army when it retreated in the face of attacks from Islamic militants. It's not clear whether the Kurds will withdraw should the crisis subside.

"They are making the most of the current tactical situation," said Mark Kimmit, a retired Army brigadier general and former State Department official with extensive experience in Iraq.

"They achieved on the ground what they were unable to achieve politically, by moving into positions abandoned by the Iraqi security forces," he said.

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The Kawergosk Refinery in the Kurdish region of northern Iraq.(Photo: Safin Hamed, AFP/Getty Images)
The Kurdish regional government has begun pumping oil from the Kirkuk field into its own network, so it can sell it independently through its pipeline into Turkey, according to the Iraq Oil Report, which covers the industry. Baghdad considers the move illegal.

The Kurds have said Iraq's central government hasn't fulfilled its commitment to support the regional government's budget, leaving the government with no choice but to sell its own oil.

Baghdad still has control over the bulk of Iraq's oil wealth. The Kurdish region produces about 220,000 barrels per day, compared with about 2.6 million in the Shiite south.

The Sunnis, whose power center is in western Iraq, have little in the way of resources to fall back on. Their anger against al-Maliki's Shiite-dominated government has driven many to support the Islamic State.

While the government's forces are in disarray, al-Maliki has turned again to Shiite militias to help provide security, further heightening sectarian tensions.

Iraq has long had sectarian clashes and divisions. The Sunni minority held power for centuries until the United States ousted Saddam, a Sunni. Iraq's mostly Sunni Baath Party, which ruled Iraq for decades, ruthlessly suppressed Shiites and Kurds.

Some Iraqis, such as Omar Mohammed, a dentist in Diyala in eastern Iraq, see a splintered Iraq as the only solution after so many episodes of sectarian bloodshed.

"I would accept any solution to stop the bloodshed," he said, "even if it was a confederation or division." 

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Iraq is already splitting into three states
The U.S. fear of a splintered Iraq may already have come to pass
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https://plus.google.com/103260716858657323148 Coolmoviezone.com : Ratko: The Dictator’s Son (2009)
Ratko: The Dictator’s Son (2009)
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https://plus.google.com/117583476517106242774 Travis Haddix : Ratko: The Dictator’s Son  Savage Steve Holland, Kevin Speckmaier Director of the movie Ratko.
Ratko: The Dictator’s Son  Savage Steve Holland, Kevin Speckmaier Director of the movie Ratko.
Ratko: The Dictator’s Son (2009)
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https://plus.google.com/112631450381441344689 Nicholas Stix : Sarah Palin Agrees with Peter Brimelow: We Must Impeach the Dictator Calling Himself “Barack Obama”—...
Sarah Palin Agrees with Peter Brimelow: We Must Impeach the Dictator Calling Himself “Barack Obama”—Before It’s Too Late!
Sarah Palin Agrees with Peter Brimelow: We Must Impeach the Dictator Calling Himself “Barack Obama”—Before It’s Too Late!
  Never mind Hillary, could she become America's first female President? If she had headed the 2008 ticket, she already would be.     By Nicholas Stix Clearly, at least one Palin staffer has been consuming VDARE for months. W...
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In 2011, Iman al-Obeidi became the international face of defiance against Moammar Gadhafi's regime in Libya after she claimed she'd been brutally raped by more than a dozen of the dictator's men.
After 3 arrests in Boulder, Libyan refugee Iman al-Obeidi could face deportation
In 2011, Iman al-Obeidi became the international face of defiance against Moammar Gadhafi's regime in Libya after she claimed she'd been brutally raped by more than a dozen of the dictator's men.
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