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JBH

Surrey, Canada

#180263 Nov 23, 2013
Pdamerica org wrote:
<quoted text>
I meant the Russian build up with Bio/Chems back in the day and not now. Shelf Life and MAD.
You seem to have a very good knowledge of military worldwide.
I always wondered how many Russian Generals sold Nuclear Technology/Nuclear Weaponry,(Loose Nukes) in the black market after the fall in 1989?
General Krulak said years ago that the Dragon and not the Bear will be the next generation of military might and the USA will need a heavy presence in Asia.
The United States owes plenty of funds to China and Japan since the Bush wars in 2003 to Present.
I hope we do not need to start learning to speak Mandarin and Japanese because we cannot pay them back. LOL
Look to the Arctic my friend because that is the next hot spot for the imperialists around the world, because of the ice melt.
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It is doubtful that Russia would sell nuclear weapons to any countries in the past, even from former Russian military officials in the Black market. As a fact, Russia also sticks with Bush view that Iran might best not have nukes as well, despite it is interested in a relationship with Iran, besides Egypt and Syria in the ME region.

North Korea nukes have been its work a long time ago, with some help for Russia and China possibly, as it does possess some nuke bombs now.
But Russia and China both advocate against North Korea having the nukes at this time, and it is too late, for there is nothing they can do.

as far it shows, Russia stresses the unification of the two Koreas.

If JAPAN WOULD BE ALLOWED TO HAVE MORE MILITARY,IT WOULD HAVE BUILT THE SUPER EQUIPMENT AND MILITARY a long time ago, INSTEAD OF GOING ALONG with US to invest in China, by helping China gaining manufacturing aspects and in the high technology, including US.

The Chinese do not have much creativity and invention but are able to copy and tackle problems and willing to work hard.

Russia has helped China in many areas, from space, military and sports programs. Now the Chinese do not count on Russia any more, but are able to challenge others.

In spite of the fact US owes China lots of debts, US is still the largest buyer of Chinese things and wants Chinese market, China might not show the pressing of debts at these times.

India has produced the second largest number of Ph. Ds after China on the planet and is able to fire rockets to Mars while China could land its men on the moon but not to Mars, there is not much in the difference in the level of their scientists.

Except India has its many scientists working in Usa and as programmers as well, it does not have its educated professionals to come to basic with FUNDAMENTAL PRODUCTION, therefore, ITS ECONOMICS MIGHT NOT PROPEL THAT FAST, like China's so far. However, India still has the potentials.

Since Japan plays a stronger role in facing China, China might not be able to move aggressively as it might like in the region.

Europe sees how Russia can pull its Asian card in the linkage road connecting to Europe. The ones which are closer to Usa are western European countries. Germany is increasingly flexible and playing in between Usa and others. Nordic (like NORWAY,ICELAND, and FINLAND) and some few ones play more as independent role in Europe
The future of how world evolvement AND balance are like, is uncertain and not visible to note at this time.

Wait until the Chinese and Russians get angry if they could resolve other ones in ASIA if they want to shuffle against anyone,including US.
I am not here to discuss these things.
It just by CHANCE indicates how things could possibly be by the sense of simple logic.

People should do their own job and things from their reasoning and rational minds.
I do not know all things, what people like and don't like.
That is it--all these are just opinions.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180264 Nov 23, 2013
JBH wrote:
If Hitler said of Axis-of-evil, nuclear weapons issue and WMD of others, these would be Hitler programs.
Imagine Bush as a neo-Hitler hypocrite by lying about WMD (for aggression like Hitler) by war to Iraq, there are still neo-radicals like Obama and Putin to continuously carry the war criminal Bush programs about nuclear weapons and WMD issues.
Still, history never wakes up to the awareness of continuous neo-Hitler alike programs, being alike as Bush calling on North Korea and Iran....
Apologies for shortening your post... needed the space.

There are many parallels between Bush and Hitler, there isn't much need for imagination. Bush is easily the most dangerous man to ever be a leader of a world power since Adolf. If anyone doubts this...

Say so, I will attempt to help you understand.

North Korea and Iran are non-secular nations. Theocracies are FAR too volatile to be allowed to control nuclear weapons. Both of these nations have BOLDLY stated what they would like to do with these weapons.

We are well past the time in human history when gods and superstitions should remain a threat to our survival. It is unacceptable for the parties of god to hold that kind of power. And I have never heard a rational argument that contradicts that statement.

Iran and it's people have been screwed over by popular demand for almost a century. It has been inexcusable, the meddling and pillaging that Britain and the U.S. have perpetrated in Iran. They seek nuclear weapons to break free of the nations that have had their boots on Iran's throat.

Obama's interest in Syria is a result of the United States' subservience to the United Nations, The World Bank and the military industrial complex. Syria and Iran have a mutual defense pact. If we can bait Iran into military action...(real or imagined) we have an open door to continue exploiting the people of Iran. That is what we desire, we aren't there for the cuisine.

Presidents ceased being leaders long ago here. They are for lack of a better word... "puppets" of the above mentioned institutions.

Case in point... And I know my fellow conservatives will chalk this up to Bush bashing, but really think about what I am about to say.

Bush made political, domestic and military moves to further the causes of each of the above mentioned institutions that he simply was not bright enough to make on his own.

If Bush would have been the leader of the world bank, the military industrial complex and the U.N. These would have been brilliant maneuvers, all of them. But for the U.S. as a nation... unthinkable and devolving.

The United States of America and the Constitution that made us the crown jewel of the new world is dead in every way that ever mattered.

The freedoms, liberties and self evident truths that made us great we now find can be taken from us with the stroke of a pen.

Our ability to militarily balance the scales of world justice is used to further the agendas of the world elite at the expense of the innocent.

Our press is the only institution mentioned in our constitution for a reason. We now have opinion based entertainment passing for journalism. Our press is owned and operated by those who would see us fight each other over meaningless trivial occurrence rather than providing us with what is plainly happening in our world.

Our seemingly endless wealth has been decimated by outsourcing our industry, using a fractional reserve banking system that will mathematically fail 100% of the time. Then dumping awe inspiring amounts of money into it when it does.

And We the People of The United States of America fund all of it.

Our fathers would cry "Shame!...have you none?".

All we really have left is the pride of knowing what we once had. And the regret that we allowed it to be taken from us.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180266 Nov 23, 2013
JBH wrote:
If Hitler said of Axis-of-evil, nuclear weapons issue and WMD of others, these would be Hitler programs.
Apologies for shortening your post... needed the space.

There are many parallels between Bush and Hitler, there isn't much need for imagination. Bush is easily the most dangerous man to ever be a leader of a world power since Adolf. If anyone doubts this...

Say so, I will attempt to help you understand.

North Korea and Iran are non-secular nations. Theocracies are FAR too volatile to be allowed to control nuclear weapons. Both of these nations have BOLDLY stated what they would like to do with these weapons.

We are well past the time in human history when gods and superstitions should remain a threat to our survival. It is unacceptable for the parties of god to hold that kind of power. And I have never heard a rational argument that contradicts that statement.

Iran and it's people have been screwed over by popular demand for almost a century. It has been inexcusable, the meddling and pillaging that Britain and the U.S. have perpetrated in Iran. They seek nuclear weapons to break free of the nations that have had their boots on Iran's throat.

Obama's interest in Syria is a result of the United States' subservience to the United Nations, The World Bank and the military industrial complex. Syria and Iran have a mutual defense pact. If we can bait Iran into military action...(real or imagined) we have an open door to continue exploiting the people of Iran. That is what we desire, we aren't there for the cuisine.

Presidents ceased being leaders long ago here. They are for lack of a better word... "puppets" of the above mentioned institutions.

Case in point... And I know my fellow conservatives will chalk this up to Bush bashing, but really think about what I am about to say.

Bush made political, domestic and military moves to further the causes of each of the above mentioned institutions that he simply was not bright enough to make on his own.

If Bush would have been the leader of the world bank, the military industrial complex and the U.N. These would have been brilliant maneuvers, all of them. But for the U.S. as a nation... unthinkable and devolving.

The United States of America and the Constitution that made us the crown jewel of the new world is dead in every way that ever mattered.

The freedoms, liberties and self evident truths that made us great we now find can be taken from us with the stroke of a pen.

Our ability to militarily balance the scales of world justice is used to further the agendas of the world elite at the expense of the innocent.

Our press is the only institution mentioned in our constitution for a reason. We now have opinion based entertainment passing for journalism. Our press is owned and operated by those who would see us fight each other over meaningless trivial occurrence rather than providing us with what is plainly happening in our world.

Our seemingly endless wealth has been decimated by outsourcing our industry, using a fractional reserve banking system that will mathematically fail 100% of the time. Then dumping awe inspiring amounts of money into it when it does.

And We the People of The United States of America fund all of it.

Our fathers would cry "Shame!...have you none?".

Sorry if I double posted.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180267 Nov 23, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>Palin wasn't born in Alaska. Duh!
LOL...that too!
JBH

Surrey, Canada

#180268 Nov 23, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
Apologies for shortening your post... needed the space.
There are many parallels between Bush and Hitler, there isn't much need for imagination. Bush is easily the most dangerous man to ever be a leader of a world power since Adolf. If anyone doubts this...
Say so, I will attempt to help you understand.
North Korea and Iran are non-secular nations. Theocracies are FAR too volatile to be allowed to control nuclear weapons. Both of these nations have BOLDLY stated what they would like to do with these weapons.
We are well past the time in human history when gods and superstitions should remain a threat to our survival. It is unacceptable for the parties of god to hold that kind of power. And I have never heard a rational argument that contradicts that statement.
Iran and it's people have been screwed over by popular demand for almost a century. It has been inexcusable, the meddling and pillaging that Britain and the U.S. have perpetrated in Iran. They seek nuclear weapons to break free of the nations that have had their boots on Iran's throat.
Obama's interest in Syria is a result of the United States' subservience to the United Nations, The World Bank and the military industrial complex. Syria and Iran have a mutual defense pact. If we can bait Iran into military action...(real or imagined) we have an open door to continue exploiting the people of Iran. That is what we desire, we aren't there for the cuisine.
Presidents ceased being leaders long ago here. They are for lack of a better word... "puppets" of the above mentioned institutions.
Case in point... And I know my fellow conservatives will chalk this up to Bush bashing, but really think about what I am about to say.
Bush made political, domestic and military moves to further the causes of each of the above mentioned institutions that he simply was not bright enough to make on his own.
If Bush would have been the leader of the world bank, the military industrial complex and the U.N. These would have been brilliant maneuvers, all of them. But for the U.S. as a nation... unthinkable and devolving.
The United States of America and the Constitution that made us the crown jewel of the new world is dead in every way that ever mattered.
The freedoms, liberties and self evident truths that made us great we now find can be taken from us with the stroke of a pen.
Our ability to militarily balance the scales of world justice is used to further the agendas of the world elite at the expense of the innocent.
Our press is the only institution mentioned in our constitution for a reason. We now have opinion based entertainment passing for journalism. Our press is owned and operated by those who would see us fight each other over meaningless trivial occurrence rather than providing us with what is plainly happening in our world.
Our seemingly endless wealth has been decimated by outsourcing our industry, using a fractional reserve banking system that will mathematically fail 100% of the time. Then dumping awe inspiring amounts of money into it when it does.
And We the People of The United States of America fund all of it.
Our fathers would cry "Shame!...have you none?".
All we really have left is the pride of knowing what we once had. And the regret that we allowed it to be taken from us.
=======

Just for one minute forget who you are but as a human race, it is fair to say that the whole world of people agree with you on this point (not just from polls, but from human minds rating on human conducts as humans around the world are such)---
"There are many parallels between Bush and Hitler, there isn't much need for imagination. Bush is easily the most dangerous man to ever be a leader of a world power since Adolf."

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180269 Nov 23, 2013
Truth Detector wrote:
Just 7 percent think Obamacare is working.
I am not one of them.
The last stupid stat I can recall you putting out was about "twice as many people trusting fox news over Obama for their sources of information."

A glance at the "study" showed a bit less than 100 people polled.

Fox scored a 20 and Obama scoring 10.

Obama being a person and Fox being a "news" network who's job it is to inform people makes this stat turn on it's own head... don't you think?

Especially when people weren't provided with choices. They just named the first thing that came off the top of their head.

I can recall "my friends" scoring a 13.

Bad statistics don't fool smart people TD.
Pdamerica org

Oakdale, NY

#180270 Nov 23, 2013
JBH wrote:
<quoted text>
==========
It is doubtful that Russia would sell nuclear weapons to any countries in the past, even from former Russian military officials in the Black market. As a fact, Russia also sticks with Bush view that Iran might best not have nukes as well, despite it is interested in a relationship with Iran, besides Egypt and Syria in the ME region.
North Korea nukes have been its work a long time ago, with some help for Russia and China possibly, as it does possess some nuke bombs now.
But Russia and China both advocate against North Korea having the nukes at this time, and it is too late, for there is nothing they can do.
as far it shows, Russia stresses the unification of the two Koreas.
If JAPAN WOULD BE ALLOWED TO HAVE MORE MILITARY,IT WOULD HAVE BUILT THE SUPER EQUIPMENT AND MILITARY a long time ago, INSTEAD OF GOING ALONG with US to invest in China, by helping China gaining manufacturing aspects and in the high technology, including US.
The Chinese do not have much creativity and invention but are able to copy and tackle problems and willing to work hard.
Russia has helped China in many areas, from space, military and sports programs. Now the Chinese do not count on Russia any more, but are able to challenge others.
In spite of the fact US owes China lots of debts, US is still the largest buyer of Chinese things and wants Chinese market, China might not show the pressing of debts at these times.
India has produced the second largest number of Ph. Ds after China on the planet and is able to fire rockets to Mars while China could land its men on the moon but not to Mars, there is not much in thethe level of their scientists.
Except India has its many scientists working in Usa and as programmers as well, it does not have its educated professionals to come to basic with FUNDAMENTAL PRODUCTION, therefore, ITS ECONOMICS MIGHT NOT PROPEL THAT FAST, like China's so far. However, India still has the potentials.
People should do their own job and things from their reasoning and rational minds.
I do not know all things, what people like and don't like.
That is it--all these are just opinions.
had to cut

Naturally it is just speculation on my part also.

I still think when the Russian economy went belly-up some Rogue Generals might have went off the reservation to make money.

Money always comes first and not the safety or wellbeing of humanity.

The Nuclear Genie as been out of the bottle for many years and there is very little anyone can do about it now.

Right under Reagan's nose and he did nothing about it or maybe he tried covertly, I don't know.

The CIA provided a stream of accurate reports to the Reagan / Bush administration that Pakistan’s Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan was making nuclear weapons-grade uranium throughout the 1980’s. Reagan / Bush did absolutely nothing to stop it because Pakistani ISI was helping Usama bin Laden, al Qaeda, and Taliban to oust the Soviets out of Afghanistan. The Russians wanted to control Afghanistan for future oil and gas pipelines from the Caspian Sea Oil and Gas Region.

Now fast forward to October 2001, CIA questioned two senior Pakistani scientists Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmood and Chaudry Abdul Majid and they said Pro-Taliban feelings extend beyond the Pakistani Army, the ISI, it is right into Pakistan’s nuclear-weapons laboratories. Dr. A.Q. Khan confessed that he helped with the Pakistani government assistance, to sell nuclear technology to Libya, North Korea, Iran, and Malaysia. These Pakistani nuclear scientists have close ties to radical Islamic terrorists groups.

George “Ignorant Iraqi Oil” Bush did not do anything about Pakistan’s government selling nuclear technology to Libya, North Korea, Iran, and Malaysia. The CIA had 100% proof of this and George “Incompetent” Bush came out publicly with the truth on October 16, 2002, only 5 days after the Congress voted for Military Force against Iraq. Ignorant Bush also sold F-16 aircraft to Pakistan.
Pdamerica org

Oakdale, NY

#180271 Nov 23, 2013
JBH wrote:
<quoted text>
=======
Just for one minute forget who you are but as a human race, it is fair to say that the whole world of people agree with you on this point (not just from polls, but from human minds rating on human conducts as humans around the world are such)---
"There are many parallels between Bush and Hitler, there isn't much need for imagination. Bush is easily the most dangerous man to ever be a leader of a world power since Adolf."
And what does that tell you about Obama for continuing over 90% of Bush/Cheney crimes against the constitution?

Obama is supposed to be a liberal and Bush was supposedly a conservative.

Really does not matter, does it.
Pdamerica org

Oakdale, NY

#180272 Nov 23, 2013
Iraq/Military-Industrial Complex/The Ruling Class
http://tinyurl.com/28ubsjy

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180273 Nov 23, 2013
Like Hitler, Bush began to curtail civil liberties in response to a well publicized disaster, in Hitler’s case the Reichstag fire, in Bush’s case the 9-11 catastrophe.

Like Hitler, Bush went on to pursue a reckless foreign policy without the mandate of the electorate and despite the opposition of most foreign nations.

Like Hitler, Bush had increased his popularity with conservative voters by mounting an aggressive public relations campaign against foreign enemies.

Like Hitler, Bush had promoted militarism in the midst of economic recession.(it was called depression in the thirties)

Like Hitler, Bush displays great populist enthusiasm in his patriotic speeches, but primarily serves wealthy investors who subsidize his election campaigns and share with him their comfortable lifestyle.

Like Hitler, Bush promoted a future world order that guarantees his own nation’s hegemonic supremacy rather than cooperative harmony under the authority of the United Nations (or League of Nations).

Like Hitler, Bush quickly makes and breaks diplomatic ties, and he offered generous promises that he soon abandoned.

Like Hitler, Bush scraped international treaties.

Like Hitler, Bush incessantly shifted his arguments to justify invading Iraq from Iraq’s WMD threat to the elimination of Saddam Hussein, to his supposed Al Qaeda connection, to the creation of Iraqi democracy in the Middle East as a model for neighboring states, and back again to the WMD threat. As soon as one excuse for the war was challenged, Bush advanced to another, but only to shift back again at another time.

Like Hitler, Bush and his cohorts emphasized the ruthlessness of their enemies in order to justify their own.

Like Hitler, Bush took pride in his status as a “War President”.

Like Hitler, Bush pursued war without cutting back on the peacetime economy.

Like Hitler, Bush possessed a war machine much bigger and more effective than the military capabilities of other nations.

Like Hitler, Bush depended on an axis of collaborative allies, which he described as a “coalition of the willing,” in order to give the impression of a broad popular alliance.

Like Hitler, Bush was willing to go to war over the objections of the U.N.(League of Nations).

Like Hitler, Bush launched unilateral invasions on a supposedly preemptive basis. They depended on a military strategy that features a “shock and awe” blitzkrieg beginning with devastating air strikes, then an invasion led by heavy armored columns.

Like Hitler, Bush had no qualms about imposing “regime change” by installing Quisling-style client governments backed by a U.S. military occupation with both political and economic control entirely in the hands of Americans.

Like Hitler, Bush curtailed civil liberties in captive nations and depended on detention centers (i.e., concentration camps) such as a Guantanamo, Abu Ghraib, and any number of secret interrogation centers across the world.

Like Hitler, Bush used the threat of enemies abroad to stir the fearful allegiance of the U.S. public.

Like Hitler, Bush depended on a propaganda machine to guarantee sympathetic news management.

Like Hitler, Bush increasingly reduced the circle of aides he felt he could trust and had become obsessed with his vision of conflict between good (U.S. patriotism) and evil.(anti-Americanism) They also created institutions to deal with this perceived threat. The Gestapo and the DOHS/NSA.

Like Hitler, Bush took pleasure in the mythology of frontier justice.

Like Hitler, Bush misconstrued Darwinism. And denounced plainly valid science.

So, to answer your question...

Yeah, I think most educated humanity would agree that Bush and Hitler had overwhelming similarities. I firmly believe he was dangerous on a global scale and the world was fortunate that his time came to an end.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#180274 Nov 23, 2013
JBH wrote:
<quoted text>
==========
It is doubtful that Russia would sell nuclear weapons to any countries in the past, even from former Russian military officials in the Black market. As a fact, Russia also sticks with Bush view that Iran might best not have nukes as well, despite it is interested in a relationship with Iran, besides Egypt and Syria in the ME region.
North Korea nukes have been its work a long time ago, with some help for Russia and China possibly, as it does possess some nuke bombs now.
But Russia and China both advocate against North Korea having the nukes at this time, and it is too late, for there is nothing they can do.
as far it shows, Russia stresses the unification of the two Koreas.
If JAPAN WOULD BE ALLOWED TO HAVE MORE MILITARY,IT WOULD HAVE BUILT THE SUPER EQUIPMENT AND MILITARY a long time ago, INSTEAD OF GOING ALONG with US to invest in China, by helping China gaining manufacturing aspects and in the high technology, including US.
The Chinese do not have much creativity and invention but are able to copy and tackle problems and willing to work hard.
Russia has helped China in many areas, from space, military and sports programs. Now the Chinese do not count on Russia any more, but are able to challenge others.
In spite of the fact US owes China lots of debts, US is still the largest buyer of Chinese things and wants Chinese market, China might not show the pressing of debts at these times.
India has produced the second largest number of Ph. Ds after China on the planet and is able to fire rockets to Mars while China could land its men on the moon but not to Mars, there is not much in the difference in the level of their scientists.
Except India has its many scientists working in Usa and as programmers as well, it does not have its educated professionals to come to basic with FUNDAMENTAL PRODUCTION, therefore, ITS ECONOMICS MIGHT NOT PROPEL THAT FAST, like China's so far. However, India still has the potentials.
Since Japan plays a stronger role in facing China, China might not be able to move aggressively as it might like in the region.
Europe sees how Russia can pull its Asian card in the linkage road connecting to Europe. The ones which are closer to Usa are western European countries. Germany is increasingly flexible and playing in between Usa and others. Nordic (like NORWAY,ICELAND, and FINLAND) and some few ones play more as independent role in Europe
The future of how world evolvement AND balance are like, is uncertain and not visible to note at this time.
Wait until the Chinese and Russians get angry if they could resolve other ones in ASIA if they want to shuffle against anyone,including US.
I am not here to discuss these things.
It just by CHANCE indicates how things could possibly be by the sense of simple logic.
People should do their own job and things from their reasoning and rational minds.
I do not know all things, what people like and don't like.
That is it--all these are just opinions.
You wrote : "The Chinese do not have much creativity and invention but are able to copy and tackle problems and willing to work hard."

What horseradish! Keep lulling yourself to sleep. The Chinese had both creativity and invention 4,000 years when your Caucasian ancestors and mine were clubbing and eating each other. We used to say the same thing about the Japanese. And now the Koreans, even. Never occurred to you that although Asians are in minority in the U.S., Canada, Western Europe, their kids are always at the head of their respective classes? And why the Chinese and Japanese are eating us alive in Africa even though we've been there for eons and they are newcomers? Wake up.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180275 Nov 23, 2013
Pdamerica org wrote:
<quoted text>
I meant the Russian build up with Bio/Chems back in the day and not now. Shelf Life and MAD.
You seem to have a very good knowledge of military worldwide.
I always wondered how many Russian Generals sold Nuclear Technology/Nuclear Weaponry,(Loose Nukes) in the black market after the fall in 1989?
General Krulak said years ago that the Dragon and not the Bear will be the next generation of military might and the USA will need a heavy presence in Asia.
The United States owes plenty of funds to China and Japan since the Bush wars in 2003 to Present.
I hope we do not need to start learning to speak Mandarin and Japanese because we cannot pay them back. LOL
Look to the Arctic my friend because that is the next hot spot for the imperialists around the world, because of the ice melt.
Ever see "Lord Of War"?
Pdamerica org

Oakdale, NY

#180276 Nov 23, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
Ever see "Lord Of War"?
No I'm not familiar with that.

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DIRTY WAR Movie
April 2004 / http://tinyurl.com/mbne6p3
Pdamerica org

Oakdale, NY

#180277 Nov 23, 2013
Insight:'Bretton Woods Two'?/ New World Order?
13 November 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/65jg8t
First, the crisis can confirm or nudge ahead trends which seem to be happening anyway - like the shift of power from Western to emerging Eastern players.
Second, it can put flesh on reforms already in the air - like plans to overhaul the international financial architecture to be discussed at this weekend's summit being hosted by President Bush in Washington.
And third, there are the instinctive emergency reactions, supposedly temporary, but which can end up reshaping the global chessboard for years to come - the hurried nationalization of some Western banks, for instance, or possibly Iceland's desperate bailout appeal to Russia - a Nato member putting financial survival ahead of any security provisos.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_depth/7724298.s...

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180278 Nov 23, 2013
Pdamerica org wrote:
<quoted text>
No I'm not familiar with that.
------
DIRTY WAR Movie
April 2004 / http://tinyurl.com/mbne6p3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =poZXRUxlaqkXX
Nicolas Cage in one of his few decent roles.

He is an arms dealer and a large part of his product came from a connection in Russia as the USSR fell apart.

Didn't deal with nukes but is a decent examination how how arms dealers work.

Definitely worth the time to watch.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180279 Nov 23, 2013
how how...
Pdamerica org

Oakdale, NY

#180280 Nov 23, 2013
I am watching it now.

Seems interesting.

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Lord of War is a 2005 action drama film written and directed by Andrew Niccol and starring Nicolas Cage. Cage plays an illegal arms dealer with similarities to post-Soviet arms dealer Viktor Bout.The film was officially endorsed by the human rights group Amnesty International for highlighting the arms trafficking by the international arms industry.

http://www.bmetv.net/video/1745/lord-of-war-f...

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180281 Nov 23, 2013
Dirty War looks interesting... will save it for later.

Thanks.

Unthinkable is another good flick about a domestic attack.
Pdamerica org

Oakdale, NY

#180282 Nov 23, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
Nicolas Cage in one of his few decent roles.
He is an arms dealer and a large part of his product came from a connection in Russia as the USSR fell apart.
Didn't deal with nukes but is a decent examination how how arms dealers work.
Definitely worth the time to watch.
I have it on now.

Reminds me of John Perkins.

Thanks!

LOL

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Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
By John Perkins
Economic hit men (EHMs) are highly paid professionals who cheat countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars. They funnel money from the World Bank, U.S. Agency for International Development, and other foreign “aid” organizations into the coffers of huge corporations and the pockets of a few wealthy families who control the planet's natural resources.
Their tools include fraudulent financial reports, rigged elections, payoffs, extortion, sex, and murder. They play a game as old as empire, but one that has taken on new and terrifying dimensions during this time of globalization.
I should know; I was an EHM. http://www.johnperkins.org/
http://library.uniteddiversity.coop/Money_and...
Pdamerica org

Oakdale, NY

#180283 Nov 23, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
Dirty War looks interesting... will save it for later.
Thanks.
Unthinkable is another good flick about a domestic attack.
Dirty War is extremely accurate according to the NYPD.

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