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The United States Secretary of Defence is visiting New Zealand for the first time in 30 years.
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24/09/2012 5:38:11 a.m.
Now that the Middle East wars are winding down, Asia Pacific is next on their Roadmap. As usual it's just to benefit the Military industrial complex and special interest groups in Washington, such as AIPAC. Leave this one peaceful country on Earth alone, US! Keep their hands clean.
22/09/2012 12:22:33 a.m.
aotearoa is not 4 sale wrote:
of course WAR WAR WAR WAR WAR thats is all the U.S goverment thinks about is war well i think we should just STAY THE F....K OUT OF IT cos just sayin if thay go to war ova something stupid like hows got the bigest army or whos more powerful you no whos ganna get hit first us thay just need us to be their sheild.
22/09/2012 12:14:09 a.m.
Buisness or pleasure? How about the deep sea oil John? We can always find New Zealand wool with links to El quada, it's that easy John.
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