Who on this board is selling low Dummie? Who has bought high? Has anybody called the bottom day after day like you did with C. Has anybody bought high and proclaimed it the " oPorTUnIty oF a lIFeTiME! like you did with QQQ all those years ago? Miss Manson your slip and your hypocrisy are showing again Dummie.
I mean if Joey believes in the toothfairy like he does, he will believe this will go to $80. In fact this is been anything but headed in that direction. The downtrend continues while people buy high and sell low. Lemmings.
And your point is? Does that make ISIS less a terrorist organization? That's just dumb and you're still not much of a man..........son.
fighter who appears in a video beheading American journalist James Foley appears to be British, the U.K. foreign minister said Wednesday — a development that underscores the insurgents' increasingly sophisticated use of Western fighters to mobilize recruits and terrorize enemies.
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Syria strikes militants as US targets them in Iraq Associated Press
US officials: Video shows American's beheading Associated Press
Jihadists claim beheading of U.S. journalist AFP
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said the man in the video with Foley "appears to have been a British person."
He spoke after U.S. officials confirmed as authentic the grisly video showing an Islamic State militant beheading Foley and threatening to kill another hostage.
The masked militant in the clip speaks fluent English with what Lancaster University linguist Claire Hardaker said sounds like a London accent.
Hammond told the BBC that Britain was aware that U.K. nationals were involved in committing
conflict - it has only contributed to the strategy's success.
Israel has attempted to undermine the development of a broad-based decentralised movement for justice in clumsy, heavy-handed ways. Officials began by claiming that the BDS movement was essentially anti-Semitic, a charge that failed to convince more than a few sympathetic Zionists.
Over time, networks of closely monitored and well-funded hasbara groups were also developed. Young people are now employed by the Israeli state to act as social media "activists". Similar programmes provide fellowships to spokespeople for Israel on college campuses across the US. Other attempts, like tacky and sleazy marketing videos, have misfired entirely.
The Israeli government effort is a well-coordinated one, but it will not succeed. It is driven by top-down processes and an excessive reliance on monetary compensation as a means of motivating Zionist partisans. It is also a campaign that relies on a fundamental belief in the power of marketing and deception - two things that are difficult to produce in an instant-media environment.
The activities of a broad coalition of self-funded and self-directed activists from diverse societies are what drive BDS. The movement draws strength precisely through its diffuse organisational structure and its simultaneous adherence to universal values, which resonate from Barcelona to Oakland and Cape Town.
Countries whose diplomats have only contributed peripherally to the "peace process" have seen their grassroots activists take a leading role in the fight against apartheid. The conflict has been internationalised; US politicians are less and less capable of protecting Israel from the consequences of its actions. And the rest of the world is capable of extracting more.
Ahmed Moor is a Palestinian-American who was born in the Gaza Strip. He is a Soros Fellow, co-editor of After Zionism (Saqi Books 2012) and co-founder and CEO of liwwa.com.
Follow him on Twitter: @ahmedmoor