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2010 11 17, 22:56
„Lietuvos rytas“ kroatų suteiktą šansą išnaudojo su kaupu


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Carajean, 23-02-2017 04:26
I much prefer inairmftove articles like this to that high brow literature.
Vanessa, 13-12-2015 13:38
Persian Gulf says: April 13, 2013 at 10:42 pm Persian Gulf,Thanks for your comment (on prevuois thread), and apologies for the late response. Regarding Iranian resistance and whether this was nationalist or religious, my point precisely is that the religious ideology was serving a nationalist purpose. And still does so today. After all, the mobilised Iranian muslims', were fighting other muslims. It was hardly a real jihad in the true meaning of the word. In fact, the great majority of the Iraqis are Shia too. So let us not so easily dismiss the proposal that Iran's islamic ideology essentially served a nationalist project during the war. Frankly, had the war been truly religious in character, then Iran would have made a serious attempt at annexing Karbala. But no such claim was ever feasible, because nation states and nationalism determine such realities today, not religions.Look at it from another angle: imagine that Saddam had invaded Iran at a time when there was no clerical leadership in charge before the revolution. Do you honestly think that the Iranian response would have been any less determined? Its overarching resistance ideology would have been different for sure, but I doubt that Iranians would not have fought back. I can even go further and suggest that the establishment of a theocracy may have dissuaded many marginalised secularists from resistance, and led them instead to opt for exile. Sadly, some went as far as joining the Iraqis and these were not even secularists. They were MEK Islamist-Marxists. Whatever that means. I've never even tried to understand! But to come back to the point about nationalism versus religion in war mobilisation: there are plenty of examples of determined, ferocious and self-sacrificing wars fought in history with and without religiosity attached. There is Nothing special about this kind of mobilisation, and the Iranian clerics' (or our own Bussed-in-Basiji's) claims to something special (even holy') about how Iranians were mobilised just isn't true. From Japan, China and Vietnam to Nazi Germany, Algeria and All sides during WWI, soldiers gave their lives without hesitation or choice. All gods are the same in this regard. Some are religious gods, some are secular ones. They all serve the same purpose in war. But our Islamic Republican friends here would like us to believe that they've got the cosmic conflict truly sussed with Allah on their very own side. Truly ahistorical and self-centred, and predictably similar to so many other self-assured ideologues.Regarding mandatory military service, this is a standard problem in any country with such a system at war. Many soldiers in such wars are there because they have to be because it just happened to be that they were serving their time in the military when the war started. We can imagine that a very large portion of Iraqi soldiers were in this category in all of Saddam's wars.
Jhea, 13-12-2015 13:12
Hi man, thank you for the inspiring video.One qesotiun: I wanna start with same diet you are on and my qesotiun is, did u go the whole 8 weeks the first time you started this diet? Wasnt it too hard to quit eating suddenly and replacing it with this diet for such a long time at once? I really wanna do 8 weeks, but most detoxes are for 30 days only. Why did u go 8 weeks? And isnt it dangerous for the body? Thanx man!
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