Listed below are comments made by Jan_Keeskop between Thursday, 5th May 2011 and Saturday, 2nd June 2012.
An English translation of one theory on who the armed men in Houla were can be found here.
What [Erdoğan] has in mind is very different from the days of the Ottoman empire, when for the best part of 600 years, from the Atlantic coast of north Africa to the eastern seaboard of the Arabian peninsula, the Turks dominated the Arab world as colonial masters.
There is desperately needed a UN Resolution against the United States to stop them from using the banned weapon of mass destruction called HAARP.
But if [a flat tax is] what it takes for the rich/corps (and everyone) to pay fair taxes, then that’s the only way to do it
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It should encourage active involvement of the audience by hosting debates on important issues and enabling users to submit news-related text and video.
It should aim to encourage conversation and debate about news, current affairs and topical issues, both online and more broadly.
Were we ever given a reason for the format change?
The Oxford dictionary does give the alternatives but you will see it says the British way.
Contrary to the popular view of the OED as an authority on the ‘correct’ usage of the language, the Dictionary is intended to be descriptive, not prescriptive; it records, non-judgementally, the history of the language as mirrored in the written words of a democratic mix of novelists, playwrights, journalists, scholars, scientists, legislators, politicians, diarists, saints, and philosophers.
This process is essentially about us online focusing more now on encouraging discussion around our content itself, rather than looking to host or manage a community.
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We stand out by looking to tomorrow instead of simply referencing the design trends of today. We strike a balance between cookie-cutter design and beautiful anarchy.
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The way I approach Twitter and news on the internet is very much driven by the way I consume it.