19/08/2013

News Updates Stirring Trouble Internationally August 19th 2013

Stirring Trouble Internationally August 2013; Eddie Grant 'Give Me Hope Diana' Back In News - Filed in British Royal Family, Daily Express, Death of Diana Princess of Wales, Diana, Diana Princess of Wales, Dodi Fayed, Henri Paul, Mohamed al Fayed, Paris, Scotland Yard
A video of Eddie Grant performing in Paris 'Give Me Hope Diana'.Adam Lovejoy reports about the death of Princess Diana and the former in-laws to the British soldier sending files for Scotland Yard to read about Dodi Fayed, Henri Paul who also tragically passed away 16 years ago. Harrods most commonly known for the good services available there Mohamed al Fayed and his staff provides for London shoppers. Common knowledge is that he thinks something happened between the British Royal Families since the ordeal. The Daily Express picked up on the scoop along with other mainstream news and sent to the reel. Over on Stirring Trouble Internationally they are calling it the silly season because Princess Diana’s death is back in the news. Find out more about Diana by visiting Allthorpe.
Stirring Trouble Internationally 2013; Iraq Needs Help Created By America - Filed in al Qaeda, Facebook, George Bush, Hoshyar Zebari, Iraq, Tony Blair, United States
THIS POST IS ABOUR GEORGE BUSH, HOSHYAR ZEBARI, IRAQ, NOURI AL-MALIKI, OIL, TONY BLAIR AND OTHER IRAQ ECONOMIC NEWS.
blair and bushThe Iraq news shows more meetings are happening with John n Jerry and various people. They have been quoted online saying various things and the archives and databases of information available is very confusing here is why. The transactions made were all about red palm oil, brominated vegetable oil, coconut oil uses, oil pulling, mct oil, oil cleansing method, coconut oil and all sorts of uses for the lubricant. And did you see those pictures of iraq, they were quite similar to the ones being posted on Twitter and Facebook about Bahrain. The violence there are the substance of why this sort of thing happens is not quite clear and lots of people have been caught in cross fire from both sides. Moms miss there kids and senators and representatives during the Bush era disturbance would not sign their kids up to go out and fight for the country, they seen as very dangerous, a high risk only one family at the time of the documentary had one of their sons out in the area. I was reading an iraq newspaper the other day (like you do) and noticed a clipping that In kurdistan iraq is a producer of the fearsome dragon oil burning fire from his breath. The dragon in the area is smokey hot air.
 
iraq oil rigs
Iran Oil and Yanks
I remember watching a trailer in the cinema of a America soldier and a flag of Iraq, no sorry a flag of the United States blowing in the wind in the background around dusk. Around a similar time the 'Fahrenheit' documentary was released talking about heritage oil. Moore did a consensus on the Iraq population and it seemed the population of Iraq or the aswat al Iraq did not have to say to the troops. The Iraq latest news now is struggling to find new ways because latest news Iraq was not anything to do with any twin towers or the Arab embassy. The latest Iraq news shows not a great recovery the Iraq cities are being built offline but online pictures of George Bush are still in rotation. The Iraq financial news made with Hoshyar Zebari means more political profit with foreign countries. Hoshyar studied here in Essex he is a curd and a top political figure on the subject of the war, according to Facebook he is based in Baghdad.
Iraq news today has Prime Minister Jawad al Malike from the Dawa Party government overseeing what is happening there now. He has been in the same position for over seven years now and is still very confused about what happened to Saddam Husein.
The US the Saudis have made Washington, al Qaeda, President George Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair very rich men as a result. Read a more detailed and factual description of what has happened in Iraq since the Micheal Moore documentary over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
Stirring Trouble Internationally August 2013; EU Women Reviewing Relations With Egypt Filed in Cairo, Egypt, European Union, José Manuel Barroso, Mohamed Morsi, Muslim Brotherhood, President of the European Commission, William Hague

eu review
EU womens voice
Fiona Sweetheart reports from Brussels about the voice of the EU Cathy Ashton and conversations  between President of the European Commission and Jose Manuel Barroso she also talks about the shocking things that happened in Egypt and where to put Mohamed Morsi now that he has been ejected from his seat. Read all about al Fath mosque and find out everything you needed to know and more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally about the disbanded Muslim Brotherhood. You can also read about William Hague and the crush and admiration she has for him in these conversations.
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