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February 08, 2019, 10:24 PM
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This is my theory as for the motive of the Trump administration's insistence to get rid of Venezuela's Maduro

https://twitter.com/MajedAlasmariAP/status/1094086303195586561
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

Hud (11)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqxo4UDVfU

February 10, 2019, 09:47 PM
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There is no question that Venezuela's massive oil reserves are a big factor for wanting to bring down Maduro. It's not the only one. Maduro is a tyrant who has trashed his country. The Venezuelan people are fed up, protests continue unabated. Most of the countries in this hemisphere as well as the European Union also want him out.

My family experiences a similar thing in Cuba. Fidel Castro was a despot who murdered tens thousands of people. We, as well as millions of more Cubans, were forced to go into exile and, sadly, stay there.

February 19, 2019, 08:30 AM
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Today, I'm going to hold a conference.
Because I think some of you don't know what the picture below depicts.



Some scholars of the forum, like Vasudev or aa1234779 could probably find the answer: it's a peanut, indeed. But what else?


Pirouette and peanut have been in touch for a long time. Well beyond the nursery rhyme because the little seed, prank queen, has more than one trick up its pod. It is never where we expect it to be, plays with clichés, without denying its status, faithful companion of the aperitif at any time in any place.
It is first of all by its nature that the peanut tricks us: we would swear it is a member of the family of oleaginous, cousin of almonds, hazelnuts and nuts of all kinds... Well, no, it is a vegetable, as well as peas, beans and dried beans, with which it can share the same culinary destiny. It is then by its spelling that the little seed confuses us: the French word “cacahuète” is borrowed from Spanish, and from tlalcacahuatl, in Nahuatl language ( Aztec), designating an "Earth cocoa ". Adapted to tropical and subtropical regions, the cultivation of the peanut is widespread in Latin and Central America where it originated and has spread to Africa and Asia (China and India are now the first countries producers).

In small doses, the peanut is extraordinary because it has assets compatible with the requirements of contemporary food, which no longer excludes the "good fat", an excellent source of vegetable protein, zinc, copper, and its neutral oil, rather average in terms of taste and diet, withstands very well the highest temperatures. In gastronomy, it is particularly distinguished by its powerful and original taste and a crisp stimulant, when it is grilled or roasted. Qualities that have made it accessible to luxury tables; a pretty pirouette again. At the Plaza Athénée in Paris, the young pastry chef Jessica Préalpato makes a sublime dessert with it, both light and gourmet, in combination with vegetable milk.
The peanut is therefore much better than its poor reputation, as evidenced by the African recipes (Senegalese mafé...) and Asian (Indonesian gado gado, Thai Pad, green papaya salad, Vietnamese bo bun), in which it sometimes compensates for the lack of meat. In the purified version of peanut butter, the mashed peanut nature and bio can compete with tahini (crushed sesame) to form a sauce, give body to a dressing, thicken and raise a soup, enrobe roasted vegetables, replace the butter in cookies, spice up a cake , or welcome the apples on a pie...
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February 26, 2019, 09:47 PM
Reply #173
Shame on Twitter!
https://twitter.com/March22Movement/status/1100600703733645313

It's not me anymore!
We will never stop!
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

Hud (11)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqxo4UDVfU

February 27, 2019, 04:00 PM
Reply #174
Shame on Twitter!
https://twitter.com/March22Movement/status/1100600703733645313

It's not me anymore!
We will never stop!
I was also suspended.
Twitter is very trigger happy on suspending accounts.
Do you have any options on getting it back?

February 27, 2019, 09:40 PM
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I wouldn't be surprised if MBS and others were sending Twitter generous "donations". Supposedly it's a forum for people to air their views freely. If that were true then why are some opinions OK when others aren't?

February 27, 2019, 10:35 PM
Reply #176
I was also suspended.
Twitter is very trigger happy on suspending accounts.
Do you have any options on getting it back?
Sorry to hear that.
It's a common problem for dissidents where I come from for their accounts to be suspended.
As to getting my account back, I hope so, but the probability of that happening is very slim.
I didn't receive an email as to the violation(s) that led to suspending my account.
Nor did I receive a confirmation email for the appeal I made.
It seems the Abu Dhabi Twitter office is might be doing a nice job protecting corrupt bone-saw killing dictators in the Middle East, not to mention the thousands of employees that manage troll accounts that report accounts deemed dangerous to the fortunes of tyrants.

I wouldn't be surprised if MBS and others were sending Twitter generous "donations". Supposedly it's a forum for people to air their views freely. If that were true then why are some opinions OK when others aren't?
If you remember a few years ago, the filthy rich businessman prince Al-Waleed now turned an MBS puppet after imprisonment & probable torture to forfeit his fortunes, bought around $100 million in Twitter shares.
Could that stake in the company be the price for twitter's Jack to sell his soul to criminal dictatorships?
I wouldn't discount that from being true. US presidents do that all the time w/o any consequences.
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

Hud (11)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqxo4UDVfU

March 14, 2019, 03:02 PM
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Tonight, I'm going to hold another conference to talk about a special goat.
If humbert invited the mayor of Fair Haven at the restaurant, then he must know this goat.


In a divided America where politics seems increasingly to get people's goat, a small town in Vermont has taken the concept to heart -- this week electing one as mayor.
Indeed, Lincoln is a 3 year old Nubian goat and has become the mayor of the small town of Fair Haven, Vermont (Fair Haven had no official mayor).
In Tuesday's poll, Lincoln was victorious over 15 other candidates including Crystal the gerbil and many dogs and cats. Lincoln's 13 votes were enough for him to squeak past Sammie the dog.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOYeo22PHFE

March 16, 2019, 12:01 PM
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Yesterday and today, some protests took place all around the world called Climate strikes.

Over 24 hours of climate action, organizers of the climate strike believe more than 1 million students skipped school on Friday or protest government inaction on climate change.
From Australia and New Zealand, to Asia, Europe, Africa, North America and South America, students from all over the world took to the streets to demand change.
Organizers said there were more than 2,000 protests in 125 countries.
The student movement was inspired by 16-year-old Greta Thunberg, now nominated for a Nobel Prize, who kicked off a global movement after she sat outside Swedish parliament every Friday beginning last August.
Many students expressed anger, fear and disappointment that adults have not acted.
Many also expressed hope for a green economy within 11 years, the timeframe experts at the United Nations believe is necessary to forestall catastrophic climate change.
Even as students demanded change, some ignored their pleas, including diplomatic delegations from the US, who watered down agreements to eliminate single-use plastics.
Apparently, the students of Saudi Arabia, Pakistan or Palestine didn't take to the streets. They are probably too busy studying.
As Gaston Pourquier said, "au boulot, au boulot".



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