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Dang

Lenoir, NC

#20289 Sep 6, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
<quoted text>
Here you are partially correct. Sweden does have concerns for the failure of the EU. No doubt as does the rest of the world. What happens will have ripple effects to all financial institutions. Some more sever than others. Keep in mind that the EU is not supreme player in the Liberal International Free Trade Markets. There lost will be assimilated by outside competitors such as the Asian Markets, Indo China, China, Japan etc. to make a profit from their lost. They will require to reorganize to get back into the Markets for competition, to progress. Perhaps they will identify austerity as a major contributor to their failure and will take appropriate action or not. Austerity will be the measure by which will determine their survival. Orthodox Communism discovered their flaw of inability to compete in the Liberal International Free Trade Markets and have taken steps to remedy that. EU’s austerity will have to do the same or face further regression in their world status.
AS to the rest of your comment on distribution of inequality. I have provided numbers that would benefit, yes even the lone hermit in the woods, if inequality were to be more justified in its distributions. Now I will provide a video chart which may be more helpful in comprehending inequality as it is presently within the USA. We take care of that problem and the might of the USA would be undisputable through out the world and its Free Markets. Yes even here in the USA Austerity has taken its toll. Diminishing our strengths to compete effectively.
http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali... video chart USA wealth Distributions..
"Lone hermit"??? What the hell are you talking about? Are you freaking kidding me about China? You are a rambling editorial fool. EU remains a trading power...
15.5
% of world trade (in goods) in 2011
First
exporter
14.9
%(2011)
Largest
importer
16,1
%(2011)
EU
-
27 received

241.7
bn in FDI 2011
(ranking 1
st
before US

226.9 bn)
Dang

Lenoir, NC

#20290 Sep 6, 2013
Rank.
EU Exports to
Mio euro
% world
1
USA
291.775
17.3
2
China
143.880
8,5
3
Switzerland
133.365
7,9
4
Russia
123.284
7,3
5
Turkey
75.102
4,5
6
Japan
55.489
3,3
7
Norway
49.834
3,0
8
Brazil
39.555
2,3
9
India
38.468
2,3
10
South Korea
37.764
2,2
The EU in world trade
Dang

Lenoir, NC

#20291 Sep 6, 2013
The EU in world trade
10 major EU
import
partners (2012)
Rank.
EU Imports from
Mio euro
% world
1
China
289.710
16,2
2
Russia
213.396
11,9
3
USA
205.694
11,5
4
Switzerland
104.502
5,8
5
Norway
100.547
5,6
6
Japan
63.763
3,6
7
Turkey
47.767
2,7
8
South Korea
37.878
2,1
9
India
37.286
2,1
10
Brazil
37.037
Dang

Lenoir, NC

#20292 Sep 6, 2013
Your ramblings have proven others on this forum correct in their opinions of you. You sound like a half baked philosophy professor who should have TRIED to teach Current Affairs. Really, I read and reread your crap hoping to find the basis and it's just not there. Best of luck to you. "Hermit" signing off.
Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#20294 Sep 6, 2013
Dang wrote:
Your ramblings have proven others on this forum correct in their opinions of you. You sound like a half baked philosophy professor who should have TRIED to teach Current Affairs. Really, I read and reread your crap hoping to find the basis and it's just not there. Best of luck to you. "Hermit" signing off.
Admitting your inability to comprehend is honorable. You admit it where a few on this thread remain in their boxes. I noticed, as it is with few on this thread, you do not read the comment in its entirety and then half bake replies follow. That would have serious effect on your lack of comprehension.
Using your numbers note only 15.5 % 0f the world trade commerce, with 14.9% in exports and largest importer of 16.1%. As I stated a small ripple. They will continue to trade and import but severely reduced. China would be one of MANY to benefit from that EU disaster. Picking up their lost exports and continue to import to them.
Now these numbers represent France, Germany and the Netherlands who would continue with their businesses without picking up the debt of the failed EU. They are the economic backbone of the EU and so trade would have negligible effect on the rest of the world If anything, it will help bolster trade in other sectors of the world. Simple as that.
“Lone Hermit” was one sector of the distribution populace, as was his majesty’s throne. Extremes of two finical sectors and styles of living. That you take the hermit personally and not the majesty or something in-between is interesting. Humorous to say the least. It also indicates you did not go to the link provided. Once again answering to my comment without reading it. Just choose emotional triggers to guide you? LOL
http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali... video chart USA wealth Distributions.

“If you put your ear to this,”

Since: May 13

You can hear a conservative

#20295 Sep 6, 2013
Rick Perry. Hilarious. He's Bush only without the brains.
Dang

Lenoir, NC

#20296 Sep 6, 2013
Gee, it looks like the "Democrat in Charge" fell flat on his face in Russia, much to their glee, in trying to convince the world to bomb Syria. Of all places to look weak, it makes one wonder if it wasn't planned. "STRELNA, Russia — President Obama ran into an impasse on Friday in his bid to rally international backing for a military strike on Syria as world leaders wrapped up a summit meeting here remaining deeply divided over the right response to what the Americans have called the deadliest nerve gas attack in decades." "After a dinner debate that lasted into the early morning hours of Friday, Mr. Obama emerged with a few supporters but no consensus, as other leaders urged him not to attack without United Nations permission, which is not forthcoming. Instead, the president had to resign himself to generalized statements of concern over the use of chemical weapons." Now, any other time the chants of something about Bush and WMD's, would be deafening. Now, it's crickets.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20297 Sep 6, 2013
Dang wrote:
Gee, it looks like the "Democrat in Charge" fell flat on his face in Russia, much to their glee, in trying to convince the world to bomb Syria. Of all places to look weak, it makes one wonder if it wasn't planned. "STRELNA, Russia — President Obama ran into an impasse on Friday in his bid to rally international backing for a military strike on Syria as world leaders wrapped up a summit meeting here remaining deeply divided over the right response to what the Americans have called the deadliest nerve gas attack in decades." "After a dinner debate that lasted into the early morning hours of Friday, Mr. Obama emerged with a few supporters but no consensus, as other leaders urged him not to attack without United Nations permission, which is not forthcoming. Instead, the president had to resign himself to generalized statements of concern over the use of chemical weapons." Now, any other time the chants of something about Bush and WMD's, would be deafening. Now, it's crickets.
That's Democrits for ya.
Cheerios

North Richland Hills, TX

#20298 Sep 6, 2013
Party
less than zero

Landrum, SC

#20299 Sep 7, 2013
Forand is becoming angry.Is the super republican"Dang"gett ing under his admittedly thin skin?
Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#20300 Sep 7, 2013
Here we are just a few years down the road from Libya. Obama asked for funds to beef up security to the foreign embassies. Tea Party and republicans dysfunctional leadership replied with a resounding NAY ! Embassy’s attacked and the first to accuse Obama? You got it, the same one’s that denied the funding for embassy security ! Now lives are being lost due directly to Tea Party negligence.
Presently they are seeking to prevent Obama from chastising the use of chemical war fare tactics. Once again Tea Party and some dysfunctional republicans are NAYING. When the next chemical attack occurs OH how they will laminate their wailings upon Obama for failing to do something. This Republican Tea strategy has been played over and over again like a broken record. Repeating and repeating stuck in a rut. At the cost of thousands of innocent lives to be martyred for their egotistical dysfunction leadership.
Home of the Brave ! HA ! This republican leadership has and is illuminating to the world that America is the land of the WIMPIES !

Typical right wing nut. Obama wants to contain chemical weapons from being used and you go off all hyped up about another war! Dysfunctional minds follow Dysfunctional leadership.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20302 Sep 7, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
Here we are just a few years down the road from Libya. Obama asked for funds to beef up security to the foreign embassies. Tea Party and republicans dysfunctional leadership replied with a resounding NAY ! Embassy’s attacked and the first to accuse Obama? You got it, the same one’s that denied the funding for embassy security ! Now lives are being lost due directly to Tea Party negligence.
Presently they are seeking to prevent Obama from chastising the use of chemical war fare tactics. Once again Tea Party and some dysfunctional republicans are NAYING. When the next chemical attack occurs OH how they will laminate their wailings upon Obama for failing to do something. This Republican Tea strategy has been played over and over again like a broken record. Repeating and repeating stuck in a rut. At the cost of thousands of innocent lives to be martyred for their egotistical dysfunction leadership.
Home of the Brave ! HA ! This republican leadership has and is illuminating to the world that America is the land of the WIMPIES !
Typical right wing nut. Obama wants to contain chemical weapons from being used and you go off all hyped up about another war! Dysfunctional minds follow Dysfunctional leadership.
"Dysfunctional minds follow Dysfunctional leadership."
It's about time that you realized what your problem is.

Do you see anyone else using chemical weapons other than Syria?.
Typical leftist hysteria. Who cares what the Muslim bastards do to each other?. I know I don't.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20303 Sep 7, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
Here we are just a few years down the road from Libya. Obama asked for funds to beef up security to the foreign embassies. Tea Party and republicans dysfunctional leadership replied with a resounding NAY ! Embassy’s attacked and the first to accuse Obama? You got it, the same one’s that denied the funding for embassy security ! Now lives are being lost due directly to Tea Party negligence.
Presently they are seeking to prevent Obama from chastising the use of chemical war fare tactics. Once again Tea Party and some dysfunctional republicans are NAYING. When the next chemical attack occurs OH how they will laminate their wailings upon Obama for failing to do something. This Republican Tea strategy has been played over and over again like a broken record. Repeating and repeating stuck in a rut. At the cost of thousands of innocent lives to be martyred for their egotistical dysfunction leadership.
Home of the Brave ! HA ! This republican leadership has and is illuminating to the world that America is the land of the WIMPIES !
Typical right wing nut. Obama wants to contain chemical weapons from being used and you go off all hyped up about another war! Dysfunctional minds follow Dysfunctional leadership.
One more thing you leftist dunce. 90% of the American public are against getting involved in Syria. Know what that means?. Democrats along with Republicans actually agree that the whole thing is a stupid idea. Your Terrorist-In -Chief still hasn't got the message.
ABCD1

Lampasas, TX

#20304 Sep 7, 2013
It is an honor to be a Texan!!!!!
Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#20308 Sep 8, 2013

As it is in Syria so it is here with republicans. Ignore it at your peril.
In Syria; It all comes down to. Do we contain the proliferation of Nuclear, Bio, and Chemical weapons of mass destruction or not?
Ignore their use with no reprimand and we do so at our peril.
Senators that oppose the strike are calculating this chemical attack is a one time scenario. If they are wrong then all of the following martyred deaths blood and causalities will be on their heads. Increase proliferation, of weapons of mass destruction, will haunt them as well as to the innocent which will soon be their victims. Including ourselves.
As it is in Syria so it is here with republicans inequality of distribution.. Ignore it at your peril.
http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali... video chart USA wealth Distributions..
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20309 Sep 8, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
As it is in Syria so it is here with republicans. Ignore it at your peril.
In Syria; It all comes down to. Do we contain the proliferation of Nuclear, Bio, and Chemical weapons of mass destruction or not?
Ignore their use with no reprimand and we do so at our peril.
Senators that oppose the strike are calculating this chemical attack is a one time scenario. If they are wrong then all of the following martyred deaths blood and causalities will be on their heads. Increase proliferation, of weapons of mass destruction, will haunt them as well as to the innocent which will soon be their victims. Including ourselves.
As it is in Syria so it is here with republicans inequality of distribution.. Ignore it at your peril.
http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali... video chart USA wealth Distributions..
Keep squawking you stupid chicken hawk. You just might get your wish yet. When WWIII is ignited, you can sit back and enjoy the carnage and/or get a taste of it. It really shouldn't matter to you anyway as you are already older than dirt.

American foreign policy has been a complete disaster for the past 50 years. Why spoil a perfect record now?.
Texan

Falls Church, VA

#20311 Sep 9, 2013
Call it what ever you want Barney, but it is an attack, and no matter how you twist it, IT IS AN ATTACK and you support it. Damn aren't you just soooo much better than everyone else?
WHY

Hondo, TX

#20312 Sep 9, 2013
TEST

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#20313 Sep 9, 2013
Texan wrote:
Call it what ever you want Barney, but it is an attack, and no matter how you twist it, IT IS AN ATTACK and you support it. Damn aren't you just soooo much better than everyone else?
Funny but all you right wing idiots for years have lumped all muslims in the same category, Christian hating terrorists. So then that would make Syria part of the group that attacked on 9/11 and the US would be responding to a terrorist attack.

Or are you going to go on record and say not all muslims are evil Christian hating terrorists?

So which is it?

Run from another direct question little tard.
LovelyHulaHands

Humble, TX

#20315 Sep 9, 2013
At least when Bernard is on here, he's not in the coffee shop running his big loud mouth trying to get the whites to talk to him. What a loser.

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