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Do you think that it will be the end of these illegal sanctions ( Iran ), illegal camps, tortures, occupying, illegal wars ( Iraq and Afghanistan ), which are manifest genocide, crime and breaking of human laws, with the end of term of office of this terrible present american regime and president? And will it be peace and calm at last? Will these people, who are held in illegal camps free?
In Afghansistan 800 000 people were killed. There are about 50-100 people, who are killed by americans and their nato there almost day in day. It can not last in this way.
 

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Look, every post I see from you is about politics and world issues etc. Do you ever post about tennis? Do you even realize this is a tennis forum? You should consider that or find somewhere else to post this kind of rubbish. You just seem to try and cause controversy on the forums for the sake of it.
 

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Look, every post I see from you is about politics and world issues etc. Do you ever post about tennis? Do you even realize this is a tennis forum? You should consider that or find somewhere else to post this kind of rubbish. You just seem to try and cause controversy on the forums for the sake of it.
:haha: Oh my goodness. I JUST came in here to post the same thing.

MTW. Do you even WATCH tennis?
 

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Do you think that it will be the end of these illegal sanctions ( Iran ), illegal camps, tortures, occupying, illegal wars ( Iraq and Afghanistan ), which are manifest genocide, crime and breaking of human laws, with the end of term of office of this terrible present american regime and president? And will it be peace and calm at last? Will these people, who are held in illegal camps free?
In Afghansistan 800 000 people were killed. There are about 50-100 people, who are killed by americans and their nato there almost day in day. It can not last in this way.
I think more than 800,000 people called killed. Afghan war and skirmishes has been going on since 1979 when USSR invaded Afghanistan. Funny that you did not mention them nor the Pakistanis. And why no mention of Gulbudin Hekmatyar and Rasul Sayyaf (the group abu sayyaf was named after him)? They had nothing to do with Taliban which did not even exist back then.

Try to broaden your knowledge about the country instead of thinking about USA, USA, USA all the time.

Here is some info on my buddy Hekmatyar.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulbuddin_Hekmatyar
 
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Do you think that it will be the end of these illegal sanctions ( Iran ), illegal camps, tortures, occupying, illegal wars ( Iraq and Afghanistan ), which are manifest genocide, crime and breaking of human laws, with the end of term of office of this terrible present american regime and president? And will it be peace and calm at last? Will these people, who are held in illegal camps free?
In Afghansistan 800 000 people were killed. There are about 50-100 people, who are killed by americans and their nato there almost day in day. It can not last in this way.
i like it how you add 100,000 killed every week you post
 

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Look, every post I see from you is about politics and world issues etc. Do you ever post about tennis? Do you even realize this is a tennis forum? You should consider that or find somewhere else to post this kind of rubbish. You just seem to try and cause controversy on the forums for the sake of it.
Actually this is a NON-tennis forum.

Nobody else reads posts by mtw, so why do you? Maybe you do not realize that you can have your computer ignore mtw's posts. Why not try that instead of suggesting some opinions should not be posted?
 

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I think more than 800,000 people called killed. Afghan war and skirmishes has been going on since 1979 when USSR invaded Afghanistan. Funny that you did not mention them nor the Pakistanis. And why no mention of Gulbudin Hekmatyar and Rasul Sayyaf (the group abu sayyaf was named after him)? They had nothing to do with Taliban which did not even exist back then.

Try to broaden your knowledge about the country instead of thinking about USA, USA, USA all the time.

Here is some info on my buddy Hekmatyar.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulbuddin_Hekmatyar

I live in the present time, not in the USSR time. The war with USSR was over in 1989. This country reconstructed gradually. It was 4 years of peace there and then new war. It seems that worse than this with USSR. It is very hard to explain it for people as you, who understands nothing.
Maybe it is better to say about present wars now and not moan in 40 years for people, who will have new wars.
 

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Actually this is a NON-tennis forum.

Nobody else reads posts by mtw, so why do you? Maybe you do not realize that you can have your computer ignore mtw's posts. Why not try that instead of suggesting some opinions should not be posted?

Menstennisforums.com not nontennisforums.com and every post MTW makes is not about tennis, he doesn't realise that it's not the place to post such continual off topic subjects totally unrelated to tennis. Maybe you should use your fucking brain, and realise that the forums need to be kept clean of such crap, and putting someone on ignore does not delete it completely. This site is for TENNIS FANS. And buddyholly, the forum would be a whole lot better off, if you kept away from the site completely.
 

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Look, every post I see from you is about politics and world issues etc. Do you ever post about tennis? Do you even realize this is a tennis forum? You should consider that or find somewhere else to post this kind of rubbish. You just seem to try and cause controversy on the forums for the sake of it.
It is very well. What should I write about? It is non-tennis part of tennis forum. I don't want to try to cause controversy. I want to write something about present political situation and it is well too. Somebody must say it. Why do you read it to the hell? Is it this anglon-american democracy? Write all, but not about wars and no word of critics for west politicians. Besides your politician are involved in this war too and such people, as you swho voted for it.
And killing people, illiterates ( yes, just these ,,terrible,, Afghans rebels), who have nothing and who never left their villages and accusing them of world-terrorism is quite ill. It gives only proof how fu...d are these west politicians. What kind of people can make such things . decimate illiterates - usual pigs, criminals and genocides only, not normal people - and this is whole, painful truth about your anglons and american present politicians.
 

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Menstennisforums.com not nontennisforums.com and every post MTW makes is not about tennis, he doesn't realise that it's not the place to post such continual off topic subjects totally unrelated to tennis. Maybe you should use your fucking brain, and realise that the forums need to be kept clean of such crap, and putting someone on ignore does not delete it completely. This site is for TENNIS FANS. And buddyholly, the forum would be a whole lot better off, if you kept away from the site completely.
buddyholly is correct here. This is the non-tennis forum. Anything that's not related to tennis can be discussed here. That's the reason this sub-forum exists.

If there is any thread or post that you believe is not appropriate on this forum, you can use the report post button (the one with an ! mark at the bottom of a poster's profile box on the left hand side of every post. And if you are not clear what's appropriate and what's not, you can read the announcement thread by Steve at the top of forum page (under the subforums) and the NT guideline (a sticky thread below the announcement thread)
 

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I live in the present time, not in the USSR time. The war with USSR was over in 1989. This country reconstructed gradually. It was 4 years of peace there and then new war. It seems that worse than this with USSR. It is very hard to explain it for people as you, who understands nothing.
Maybe it is better to say about present wars now and not moan in 40 years for people, who will have new wars.
4 years of peace after the war ended in 1989? :lol: Excellent, man, excellent!!!!!
You are quite some comedian, aren't you.

The country reconstructed gradually, my foot. The mujahedin turned agait each other and a civil war erupted. Afghanistan actually is more stable now then back then. Kabul, Herat, Mazar i Sharif are stable cities. The hinterland may be a different story.
 

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4 years of peace after the war ended in 1989? :lol: Excellent, man, excellent!!!!!
You are quite some comedian, aren't you.

The country reconstructed gradually, my foot. The mujahedin turned agait each other and a civil war erupted. Afghanistan actually is more stable now then back then. Kabul, Herat, Mazar i Sharif are stable cities. The hinterland may be a different story.
Of course and this civil war after 1989 was won by these Talibans. And there were 4 years of peace there. But firstly Clinton and then Bush appeared. Don`t you believe that some poor illiterates from Afghanistan wanted to destroy world. It is point of view of hypocritical and unbalanced american present administration. And terrorists are derived from such countries as Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Egypt. Why do these super american administration not attack or sanction just these countries, which are the source of terrorism ( they lett steam only off. They harm innocent people: Iraqis, Afghans and Iranians ). The response is one: this big administration is deeply involved in this terrorism and they cooperate by it.
What are you talking about, man? What stabilisation is in Afghanistan ? Afghanistan is totally instabil and ruined. There is nothing, no industry, no stabilisation. There is drug addiction and drug production on mass scale, country is totally ruined. And in the name of what are these wars continued? To a support a proamerican chieftain. For what? And what genial idea shine to continue this ? What does it give to anybody? It gives nothing. There are hundreds tousends of people, who were and are killed there: rebels, civilians, children and why exactly? This country is totally ruined.
Exluding other cases: common sense, morality and human emotions( it does not exist in present world and especially by alcoholics and drug addicted ). There is only one case: finances.
It was given in American TV that average american family spent on war in Iraq 7500 monathly for 4 years and war with Afghanistan lasts 5 years. It was not given, how much money it is. Probably 3/4 of this amount. This is at least 10 000 $ monathly for every american family. Medical health care, education would shine and would be accessible for all in this country for this amount. This New Orlean or something what was flooded would be rebuild till now and this begging in some charity organisation to rebuild New Orlean would be redundant ( besides it is really very pathetic and sad that such rich country as USA, which spent for war in Iraq only 50 bln $ yearly beg in charity organisation for money to rebuild country. It is not permissible. But it gives the real picture what kind of people rule there.)
And what more. This terrorism are the result of just american pseudopolitics ( mixing in every case in this world, supporting of regimes and chietains, eradicating all, what have a liitle bit other ideas and plans )which was led for many years by politicians of this country and this terrorism it is the fruit of it.
 

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there is terrorist violence but there is no civil war in Afghanistan. The cities like Kabul and Herat are generally stable.


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Six years after the Taliban's ouster, medical care in Afghanistan has improved such that nearly 90,000 children who would have died before age 5 in 2001 will survive this year, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Sunday.

Saddled for years with one of the world's worst records on child health, Afghanistan has seen access to health care rise dramatically since the U.S.-led invasion.

Thousands of health clinics have been built across the country, and the Afghan government and aid agencies have trained tens of thousands of doctors, vaccinators and health volunteers who now reach into some of the country's most remote areas.

Access to health care for Afghans has jumped from 8 percent of the population in the 1990s to close to 85 percent today, thanks in large part to efforts by USAID, the World Bank and the European Commission.

The under-5 child mortality rate in Afghanistan has declined from an estimated 257 deaths per 1,000 live births in 2001 to about 191 per 1,000 in 2006, a 25-percent drop, the Ministry of Public Health said, relying on a new study from Johns Hopkins University.

"This is certainly very positive news," said the U.N. spokesman in Afghanistan, Adrian Edwards. "To come from such low life expectancy to see this improvement does appear to be an indication that the work on the health sector here is beginning to pay off."

President Hamid Karzai, surrounded by smiling Afghan children at a news conference in Kabul, thanked aid organizations and health workers for their work. He said 89,000 children will be saved each year because of the improved health care.

Still, Afghanistan faces severe problems. Even with the improvements, almost one in five Afghan children will die before age 5, translating into 250,000 childhood deaths a year, mostly from malnutrition, diarrhea, tuberculosis and malaria, said Health Minister Mohammad Amin Fatimi.

Childhood immunizations have risen dramatically, but Afghan infants make up the bulk of the country's high child mortality rate, said Tariq Ihsan of Save the Children.

"Many newborns are dying because they don't have access to immediate health care. I think that's a real challenge for Afghanistan. They need to ask, 'Are we saving enough newborns?'" Ihsan said.

Still, deaths of Afghan children who don't reach their first birthday have dropped from 165 per 1,000 in 2001 to 129 per 1,000 today, a drop of some 22 percent, Edwards said.

Afghanistan's child mortality rate, from birth to age 5, has been among the world's worst. Before recent improvements, only Sierra Leone, with 283 child deaths per 1,000 live births, Angola with 260 and Niger at 259 ranked below Afghanistan's 257, UNICEF said in a 2006 report.

By comparison, the United States has eight under-5 child deaths per 1,000 births. Singapore and Iceland, with three childhood deaths per 1,000, topped the rankings.

USAID has spent $309 million since 2002 to improve health services in 13 of Afghanistan's northern provinces, said Julie Fossler, a spokeswoman for USAID.

More than 670 clinics have been constructed and 10,000 health care workers trained there, and more than 7 million children have been vaccinated for polio, according to USAID information.

The UNICEF report noted that, like Afghanistan, most of the countries with the worst child mortality rates have suffered from armed conflict.
 

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there is terrorist violence but there is no civil war in Afghanistan. The cities like Kabul and Herat are generally stable.


From Reuter

Six years after the Taliban's ouster, medical care in Afghanistan has improved such that nearly 90,000 children who would have died before age 5 in 2001 will survive this year, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Sunday.

Saddled for years with one of the world's worst records on child health, Afghanistan has seen access to health care rise dramatically since the U.S.-led invasion.

Thousands of health clinics have been built across the country, and the Afghan government and aid agencies have trained tens of thousands of doctors, vaccinators and health volunteers who now reach into some of the country's most remote areas.

Access to health care for Afghans has jumped from 8 percent of the population in the 1990s to close to 85 percent today, thanks in large part to efforts by USAID, the World Bank and the European Commission.

The under-5 child mortality rate in Afghanistan has declined from an estimated 257 deaths per 1,000 live births in 2001 to about 191 per 1,000 in 2006, a 25-percent drop, the Ministry of Public Health said, relying on a new study from Johns Hopkins University.

"This is certainly very positive news," said the U.N. spokesman in Afghanistan, Adrian Edwards. "To come from such low life expectancy to see this improvement does appear to be an indication that the work on the health sector here is beginning to pay off."

President Hamid Karzai, surrounded by smiling Afghan children at a news conference in Kabul, thanked aid organizations and health workers for their work. He said 89,000 children will be saved each year because of the improved health care.

Still, Afghanistan faces severe problems. Even with the improvements, almost one in five Afghan children will die before age 5, translating into 250,000 childhood deaths a year, mostly from malnutrition, diarrhea, tuberculosis and malaria, said Health Minister Mohammad Amin Fatimi.

Childhood immunizations have risen dramatically, but Afghan infants make up the bulk of the country's high child mortality rate, said Tariq Ihsan of Save the Children.

"Many newborns are dying because they don't have access to immediate health care. I think that's a real challenge for Afghanistan. They need to ask, 'Are we saving enough newborns?'" Ihsan said.

Still, deaths of Afghan children who don't reach their first birthday have dropped from 165 per 1,000 in 2001 to 129 per 1,000 today, a drop of some 22 percent, Edwards said.

Afghanistan's child mortality rate, from birth to age 5, has been among the world's worst. Before recent improvements, only Sierra Leone, with 283 child deaths per 1,000 live births, Angola with 260 and Niger at 259 ranked below Afghanistan's 257, UNICEF said in a 2006 report.

By comparison, the United States has eight under-5 child deaths per 1,000 births. Singapore and Iceland, with three childhood deaths per 1,000, topped the rankings.

USAID has spent $309 million since 2002 to improve health services in 13 of Afghanistan's northern provinces, said Julie Fossler, a spokeswoman for USAID.

More than 670 clinics have been constructed and 10,000 health care workers trained there, and more than 7 million children have been vaccinated for polio, according to USAID information.

The UNICEF report noted that, like Afghanistan, most of the countries with the worst child mortality rates have suffered from armed conflict.

Firstly, this thing was given be Reuters. Germany are involved in this illegal war from the beginning up to the ears and what should Reuters given to the public in your opinion? It was practically the firtst country, which went with Bush there. Maybe if their politicians would accept attack on Afghanistan, Bush would not attack Iraq then. They dared him to it. Should Reuters give a proclamation: ,,Germany people, our country thanks to our politician helped for Bush to destroy a country. It is thanks to us one of the 8 most poor country in the world. The corruption and poverty will blow directly proportional, crime increase, illegal drug traffic will develop and it is practically the only profit of this country and this ,,wonderful,, flush of medical health care and rebuilding of country is thanks to people, who symphatize with this poor society and they give money to rebuild it, because they have pangs of conscience ( politicians have no scrupules )People are not very glad of this war and it seems that some other things in Germany too ( Germany train strikes, in the past strike of doctors ). If Reuters would write a truth about this Afghanistan, how would it be accepted by this German society? ) I think that they would be shirty. They protested a few times. So these not true informations as given by Reuters about situation in Afghanistan are given to calm society. Showing the truth is not comfortable for governments.
Secondly. It is not very important with who president of Afghanistan makes photos and what he says. As every proamerican chieftains he thinks not about his society. He thinks about personal profits for him and his mates and how to keep the power for himself. It is only propaganda. He should divide the power.
And what do you think about the next proamerican chieftain: pres. Musharraf. This bloke initiated civil war in own country. It is a big tragedy and he wants to keep power forever for every price. It is the next signs of proamerican chieftains: no interest of fate of own society and ´desire of power for ever and for every price.
Besides the only truth is that the worts regimes are were and are created just by proamerican chieftains.
 
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