Aug 23, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
MAJOR house building schemes across Oxford could grind to a halt as the city's water and sewerage network may not be able to cope, it was claimed last night.
Since: Jul 10
Well well; may we consider ghaza,and the Israeli's illegal (under international law) constraint of ghaza into a ghetto. Very little water is let in, and no water is let out. You are free to doubt me, but I suggest the smallest research on google. The ghaza shore is a no go area for Palestinian boats of any size at all, and is patrolled by Israeli submarines and fast attack boats. You may remember the bloodshed when a flotilla of medical supplies was attacked.
I believe that the temporary shortage (possibly) of water in Oxfordshire is far less important than the potential conflict between the two 'cultures' who are ready for war when the presidential election is decided.
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