Aş începe prin a vă ruga să participaţi la sondajul următor, gândindu-vă serios şi fiind sinceri! Luaţi în calcul faptul că este vorba despre o maşină electrică, adică una care nu foloseşte niciun fel de combustibil solid, lichid sau gazos.
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vineri, 5 iunie 2009

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"A resident prays at the graves of Abeer Qassim al-Janabi and her family members in the town of Mahmudiya, 30 km (20 miles) south of Baghdad, May 23, 2009. Relatives of a 14-year-old girl who was raped and killed along with her family by U.S. soldiers expressed outrage on Friday that the ringleader received a life sentence in a U.S. court instead of execution. Picture taken May 23, 2009." -

"FILE - In this Thursday, July 6, 2006 file photo, Hussein Mohammed points to the charred ground outside the home where the body of his teenaged neighbor Abeer Qassim al-Janabi was burned after she was raped and killed along with her parents and 6 year-old sister by four U.S. soldiers in Mahmoudiya, Iraq. Relatives of a murdered Iraqi family will get a chance Thursday, May 28, 2009 to tell a federal judge how the deaths affected them." -

"This handout photo from Australia's SBS TV shows a prisoner in Iraq's notorious Abu Ghraib jail being restrained by a US soldier in Baghdad in 2004. The US Defense Department has strongly rejected a report in The Daily Telegraph that alleged photographs of abuse at Iraqi prisons include images of rape and sexual assault." -

"Graphic photographs of alleged prisoner abuse, thought to be among up to 2,000 images Barack Obama is trying to prevent from being released, have emerged. Warning: this slideshow contains graphic and disturbing images" -

"Abu Ghraib abuse photos 'show rape'" -

"An Army investigation finds that more than two dozen members of an intelligence unit at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq either requested abuses of prisoners there or went along with them. The head of the investigation says there was "serious misconduct and a loss of moral values" at Abu Ghraib. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports." -

"Protesters, with their faces painted, shout slogans as they march for a rally near the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines Wednesday May 27, 2009 to mark the 10th anniversary of the joint military exercise, known as Visiting Forces Agreement, entered into by both the United States and the Philippines. Calls are mounting for the review and scrapping of the VFA following the conviction but subsequent release of a US Marine accused of raping a Filipino woman after the Court of Appeals overturned the rape conviction." -

"Protesters burn a mock U.S. flag during a protest along the main street of Manila May 27, 2009 to mark the 10th anniversary of the joint RP-US military exercise, known as the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA). The controversial military agreement has allowed the Washington to send soldiers to train, advise and hold wargames with their Filipino counterparts since 2000 but leftists activists claimed this was a violation of the country's constitution." -

"US Army Antonio Taguba at a Senate hearing in early May 2004 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Taguba, now retired, has denied reports that he has seen the pictures of prisoner abuse in Iraq that President Barack Obama is fighting to keep secret." -

"In this photo, reviewed by the U.S. military, Chinese ethnic Uighur Guantanamo detainees, who are cleared for release but with no country to go to, show a home-made note of protest to visiting members of the media, at Camp Iguana detention facility, at Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base, Cuba, Monday, June 1, 2009." -

"Anti-war demonstrator Jordan Tower, right, a former U.S. Marine corporal who served in Iraq, holds up a sign at the front entrance to Chevron headquarters in San Ramon, Calif., Wednesday, May 27, 2009 during the Chevron shareholders meeting. In background is poster picturing Chevron CEO David J. O'Reilly" -

"File photo shows a soldier from the US Army's 101st Airborne Brigade carries his gear through the hangar bay at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The commander of the base has ordered a three-day suspension of regular duties to focus on a spike in suicides among his troops amid concern over a wider trend across the armed services." -

"The US military must "dramatically" stem a three-year slide in the security situation in Afghanistan over the next year and a half to make room for civilian efforts to stabilize the country, US Admiral Michael Mullen, pictured on May 21, 2009, said Sunday." -

"Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad delivers a speech during an electoral campaign rally in Tehran on May 22, 2009. Iran is clearly moving closer to acquiring a nuclear weapons capability but military strikes to counter the program would have serious unintended consequences, the top US military officer said Sunday." -

"Pfc. Olin Williams of Middleburg. Florida, with the Alpha Company, 1-18 Combined Arms Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, loads gym equipment on a truck as his unit prepares to turn over their base to the Iraqi security forces in Hurriyah neighborhood in Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, May 28, 2009. In a security agreement with the Iraqi government all US troops must leave Iraqi cities by the June 30th 2009." -

"Lieutenant Dan Choi, who was recently dismissed from the U.S. Army for admitting he was gay, speaks during a rally outside the Beverly Hilton hotel, where U.S. President Barack Obama was attending a Democratic party fundraiser, in Beverly Hills, California May 27, 2009. California's supreme court backed a ban on gay marriage on Tuesday, upholding the voter-approved Proposition 8 defining marriage as between a man and a woman, but said the marriages last year of 18,000 same sex couples were still legal." -

"British hostage Edwin Dyer: al-Qaeda execution 'barbaric' says Gordon Brown" -

"A US drone passes overhead at a forward operating base near Kandahar in Afghanistan in January. A US military probe has found US staff made significant mistakes in carrying out deadly air strikes in Afghanistan last month that killed dozens of civilians, The New York Times reported Wednesday." -

Ce sunt toate acestea??? În mare parte vă puteţi da seama din comentariile dintre ghilimele. Pe scurt, reprezintă modul de viaţă, de gândire şi de acţiune al celei mai mari puteri militare din lume. Cea pe care românii au îmbrăţişat-o atât de voioşi, după ce aceştia ne-au lăsat "sitting duck" pentru comunişti, după Al Doilea Război Mondial. Iar acum şi-au făcut patru (sau le vor finaliza în curând) baze militare pe teritoriul României. 

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