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At 16:00 on September 30, 2015, Onee-chan said…

Dear Mr. Josef Essberger,

I want to say thanks for creating this wonderful site. We absolutely get the benefit of learning English and having friendship through the world. I wish I could meet them when I had a chance to go abroad. :)

BIG thanks and I hope the happiness is always around you.



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Thank you very much for liking my profile page, Sir Josef! Take care! :)

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Blair War Crimes Foundation

Libya and Lies

Libya: Deeper Into The Mire

War Is A Racket
This article/speech from 1933 explains the truth about wars and how a few people always become very, very rich from the deliberate and unnecessary suffering of millions. It is by a former general in the US Army.

Shame on us for pulverizing Libya
The war may have started with good intentions, but now we're just wrecking the place

"A man who can speak two languages is worth two men." Napoleon Hill

“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery. And today? Today is a gift. That’s why we call it the present.” – B. Olatunji

Noam Chomsky: My Reaction to Osama bin Laden’s Death
"We might ask ourselves how we would be reacting if Iraqi commandos landed at George W. Bush’s compound, assassinated him, and dumped his body in the Atlantic."

Strange Way to Protect Civilians: Depleted Uranium & Libya

The Green Book

Recollections of My Life: Col. Muammar Gaddafi

Libya: A pig in a poke?

Stop imperialist war on Libya

A film about Libya's resistance to colonialism

Who's a War Criminal Now?

There's No Business Like War Business

"Noble" War in Libya

US Army Apologizes for the "Kill Team"

Nothing moral about Nato aggression in Libya

Libya, Hypocrisy and Betrayal by the United Nations

U.S. Love Affair with Murderous Dictators and Hate for Democracy

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Teacher of English, Native English Speaker
English level
Other languages spoken
French, Thai
Skype user?
Favourite book, movie, song/band etc [in English!]
Book: Concise Oxford Dictionary, 7 Pillars of Wisdom
Films: Frantic, Lawrence of Arabia, Dr Zhivago
Author: Naom Chomsky
Poet: Wilfred Owen, Shakespeare
Sport: weights, swimming, squash
My Favourite Saying(s) [in English!]
"We are not wholly bad or good,
Who live our lives under Milk Wood."
Dylan Thomas

"When words lose their meaning, people lose their freedom." Confucius

"To be uncertain is uncomfortable; but to be certain is ridiculous." Goethe

"The causes of events are always more important than the events themselves." Cicero

"You must come again when you have less time." Walter Sickert to Denton Welch

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