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    Thumbs Down Danish Prime Minister and His Taleban Friends

    More proof what a fraud the "War On Terror" is. Here's the Danish Prime Minister Lokke Rasmussen posing for pics in the late 1980's with his mujahedeen friends in Afghanistan.

    Today he supports the "War On Terror" against the Taleban / Mujehadeen????
    If that is the case, how is it possible since he is one of them himself?



    http://avisen.dk/blogs/doqtawotka/la...nge_14494.aspx

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    Is the photo real? Could just be photoshopped.

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    lol look at the original http://avisen.dk/blogs/doqtawotka/la...nge_14494.aspx it is photoshopped, don't drink too much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Æmeric View Post
    Is the photo real? Could just be photoshopped.
    Yes, it's real, just as the videos of Brzezinsky with the Mujaheddeen (from roughly the same era) are real.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ancient Autumn
    lol look at the original http://avisen.dk/blogs/doqtawotka/la...nge_14494.aspx it is photoshopped, don't drink too much
    Sadly you're the one with the drinking problem and are now projecting your guilt. Naughty, very naughty.


    Political career

    Venstres Ungdom chairmanship and Afghanistan mission
    Lars Løkke Rasmussen served as chairman of the youth branch of Venstre from 1986 to 1989. One of his initiatives was to establish an alternative to Operation Dagsværk — an annual one day fundraising campaign by high school students collecting money to third world countries — since Operation Dagsværk at the time was spearheaded by members of the Danish Communist Youth.[2] Løkke's campaign was supported by the party youth branch, and raised 600,000 DKK which were spent on school equipment[2] in Soviet occupied Afghanistan. Lars Løkke Rasmussen led a Danish delegation to Afghanistan delivering the collected funds, and a photograph taken by photographer Jørn Stjerneklar shows him and two other delegation members disguised as Afghans. Another photo shows him holding an AK47, while standing together with three Mujahideen.[3] The photos have generated a lot of media attention in Denmark, after the Danish participation in the war in Afghanistan and especially as Rasmussen moved up the rankings at Venstre.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lars_L%C3%B8kke_Rasmussen

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    More info about this white trash:


    He shares his predecessor’s political views and his surname, but Denmark’s new PM has always been a man all his own


    Few leaders in the Western world have been wanted by Interpol for murder. But for Lars Løkke Rasmussen, the incident was just another adventure on the road to becoming Denmark’s new prime minister.

    It was 1988 and a 24-year-old Rasmussen and his photographer friend Jørn Stjerneklar had been in Afghanistan to deliver 600,000 kroner to the Mujahideen to establish schools in the country, which at the time was occupied by the Soviet Union.

    Rasmussen was critical of Operation Dagsværk, a Danish organisation dedicated to the same goal of building schools. But the organisation was reportedly made up of many members of Denmark’s Young Communists, so Rasmussen and others founded Operation Skoleprojekt as a political counter-project.

    Stjerneklar and Rasmussen dyed their hair black, donned traditional Afghan clothing and crossed the border into Afghanistan from Pakistan. They delivered the money to Mujahideen leaders and went back to their hotel in Peshwar, Pakistan.

    ‘We were in our hotel room relaxing when four heavily armed policemen came in and arrested us,’ explained Stjerneklar. A Swiss woman had apparently been murdered at the hotel.

    After intensive interrogation and being temporarily jailed, Rasmussen, Stjerneklar and two other Danes were released. But months later they were again forced to defend themselves against the charges when an Interpol arrest order was issued for them due to continuing Pakistani police accusations.

    No one could ever imagine outgoing Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen in a similar predicament, despite the pair’s identical surnames and Liberal Party affiliations. But Stjerneklar said it was while Løkke Rasmussen sat on an Afghan carpet during this adventure that he began several conversations with the introductory phrase, ‘When I become prime minister…’

    That dream has now become a reality, but the Afghanistan incident is just one controversial incident among many that will test the new 44-year-old prime minister’s staying power.

    The Liberal Party managed to get the formal backing of its government partner Conservatives and its political ally the Danish People’s Party – at least until the next election, slated for 2011 at the latest. Rasmussen will face considerable fire from government opposition parties who are currently stronger than the government and its supporters, according to most polls.

    It is especially Rasmussen’s time as mayor of Frederiksborg County and his previous position as health and interior minister where he ‘distinguished’ himself in the eyes of critics.

    He reportedly charged a 13,000 kroner weekend in Rome to taxpayers while Frederiksborg mayor – despite his not being included on the event’s official list of participants. Rasmussen also used 240,000 kroner on taxis during his four years as mayor.

    Those and other accusations about extra-curricular activities put on the taxpayers’ bill hounded Rasmussen during 2008, including the discovery earlier this year that he and another politician had drunk 20 schnapps and five beers at a business lunch in 2004 cost taxpayers over 1,000 kroner.

    As for his politics, party colleagues call him a pragmatist and not an ideologist. He has remained silent in public discussions about integration, foreign policy and other values issues, choosing to concentrate solely on his ministry’s business.

    In addition to being the the driving force behind the government’s recent bank and tax packages, Rasmussen is also credited with muscling through the 2007 municipal realignment that literally altered the map of Denmark.

    His predecessor chose to straddle the line in recent years between liberal economic policies and pressing issues such as climate and social welfare. But their Liberal Party also took a plunge in the polls, and Løkke Rasmussen lags behind the opposition leader, Social Democrat Helle Thorning-Schmidt.

    During the handover of power at the Prime Minister’s Office on Sunday, Løkke Rasmussen jested that despite the similar surnames, there would be changes of style at the head of the cabinet.

    For a man who has always succeeded by doing things his own way, little else could be expected.

    The Copenhagen Post
    http://www.denmark.dk/en/servicemenu...anatthetop.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyBatty
    More proof what a fraud the "War On Terror" is. Here's the Danish Prime Minister Lokke Rasmussen posing for pics in the late 1980's with his mujahedeen friends in Afghanistan.

    Today he supports the "War On Terror" against the Taleban / Mujehadeen????
    If that is the case, how is it possible since he is one of them himself?
    I think there is not that much to be confused about. In the 80s the Mujahedeens were the "good guys", fighting against the Soviet regime. Soviet Russia was the "default enemy", it didnt matter that much what was on the other side, it got support.

    And the Mujahedeen and the Taleban were supported by many, including America and the rest of Europe, which gave a lot of money and weapons for their fight for freedom. Dont forget that the Taleban were much of a hope for ending communism down there and the opening of Afghanistan to the world.

    The "war on terror" is the revenge for that communism wasnt replaced by "democrazy" but with their own government form within the Islamic frame.

    9/11 was home made, the war on terror is a war on the freedom of the western world, not by Taleban or Mujahedeen, but by CIA and the American government, or better the globalist elites and oligarchs behind to implement more control structures, RFID chips into passports and eventually humans, cameras and so on and a great excuse to seize ever more money out of the people to finance "security".

    The war in Afghanistan is a big joke. They are there for ten years or something, with all the machinery and technology it would have been - realistically - a war of 2-3 weeks. Instead it is kept running, because some oligarchs earn a f*#kn lot of money with that war. And it fueles the "war on terror", not in the middle east, but in America and Europe. This is the only reason why this war still is going on, and it will go on until all the fantastic control mechanisms are implemented, everyone is chipped and is driven by fear. Afghanistan's bad luck was to be the perfect candidate to that time to become the scape goat.

    And let's be honest. No politician in Europe or America is able to enter high positions when he is not member of the CFR. Whatever face there is in whatever country of ours, they are not the ones deciding the policies. They're just marionettes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by velvet View Post
    And let's be honest. No politician in Europe or America is able to enter high positions when he is not member of the CFR. Whatever face there is in whatever country of ours, they are not the ones deciding the policies. They're just marionettes.
    This is my point. All our mainstream "leaders" including ones who pretend to be pro-nationalist or "anti-immigration" are owned by ZOG. That's why people should support non-mainstream parties.

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    I agree 100%. They are trying to play both sides. In that way we will never see a true leader.

    They fear a true leader, but would kill him at the first opportunity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyBatty View Post
    This is my point. All our mainstream "leaders" including ones who pretend to be pro-nationalist or "anti-immigration" are owned by ZOG. That's why people should support non-mainstream parties.
    If memory serves, this picture was part of a campaign by one of the countless Danish far left parties, possibly the Danish Communist Party- Marxist-Leninists.
    Are these the "non-mainstream parties" we should be supporting?

    Lars Løkke Rasmussen is by no means a perfect Prime Minister or even af halfway decent statesman. But in the current political system, he beats the alternative.

    As for supporting the mujahideen, this was long before the Taliban was even founded. Back in the 80's, right wing politicians across the globe was sympathetic towards the mujahideen, who was broadly viewed as freedom fighters. Just put "Rambo 3" in the DVD player and see for yourself.
    Also, the world was in the climax of The Cold War. The Soviet Union was a superpower threatening the West, and Islamism was seen as a way of weakening this.
    I do not know about you, but I would rather live in a 2010 with a few scattered Islamist threats scattered in the poorest parts of the world, rather then a world where the West was threatened by a Socialist superpower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sindig_og_stoisk View Post
    I do not know about you, but I would rather live in a 2010 with a few scattered Islamist threats scattered in the poorest parts of the world, rather then a world where the West was threatened by a Socialist superpower.
    I'm not too concerned about former or present "Socialist Superpowers" from the East who never stood any realistic chance of overrunning us in the first place.

    I'm far more concerned about ZOG and its White Zombie Legions in our midsts who are destroying our lands from the inside and who team up with Muslims amongst others in order to achieve this goal. Rambo wannabee Rasmussen is one sad example of this self-defeating idiocy.

    If people cannot understand this (and it's pretty obvious that most can't since it's more convenient for them to believe in the made-up "threats" ZOG media tell them to believe in) we're lost.

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