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Monday, July 1, 2013

Re: [] Khaleda Zia getting aid from US Govt to stop GSP..

Dear Readers:

I applaud President Barack Obama's hard line decision on the
suspension of GSP status of Bangladesh in the US market. Our popular
President Obama has taken the right decision to give lessons to the
cruel ruler of the century Sheikh Hasina, her government and BAL
leaders, supporter and workers in Bangladesh and abroad. I am
confident that Mr. Obama's decision will help millions of poor people
in getting their rights and dignity in future.

I urge President Barack Obama to take more serious actions against
Sheikh Hasina like the way he did to Col. Gaddafi unless she (Sheikh
Hasina) doesn't come to the right paths. At the same time, I request
US government authorities to take actions against those Bangladeshi
individuals who take Sheikh Hasina's illegitimate sides by ignoring
the interest and legitimate demands of the United States government.



On 6/28/13, gorba196138 <> wrote:
> Well as it seems Begum Zia has more pull on US govt then many others..well
> US govt in US Congress..well thus hope many will join me to make changes in
> US Govt..we will have to start with Senators and Congress man and President
> that..helped her make this law..thus basically we need top to bottom change
> in US Govt legislative branch..
> Well come and join so that we can motivate people to make constructive
> change in US govt..


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