Right to Life Loses in Texas

Since: Jun 13

Utopia, Ohio

#21 Oct 29, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>You blacks are aborting your race out of existence in this country and you celebrate it. See why we think you people are as stupid as a box of rocks?
I thought you wanted this country rid of blacks and all Muslims. So you should be celebrating. Goodness knows that no other race utilizes the act of abortion, just blacks.

You are a dolt.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#22 Oct 29, 2013
Gabriels Hammer wrote:
<quoted text>
I thought you wanted this country rid of blacks and all Muslims. So you should be celebrating. Goodness knows that no other race utilizes the act of abortion, just blacks.
You are a dolt.
I only despise the 80% of black adults like you. And I only despise Muzzies capable of consciously following their sect of hate.
I nave never and will never wish harm to children of any race or religion (and Ashtray Martin was not a child.)
I suggest you look at the RATES of abortion by races. Much like public assistance, blacks are the heaviest users.
NEW YORK (WABC)-- Eye-opening statistics about the rate of abortions in New York City have been released by the Health Department.
Broken down by race for 2009:

Specifically non-Hispanic Blacks have a 59.8% abortion rate.
Hispanics have a 41.3% abortion rate.
Asians have a 22.7% abortion rate.
And non-Hispanic Whites have a 20.4% abortion rate.
http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story...

60% of Black Babies Die in Abortion in Urban Cities
http://www.lifenews.com/2013/05/14/60-of-blac...

“Zuzu's Petals”

Since: Sep 10

Bedford Falls

#23 Oct 29, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>We said the same thing about Obamacare and we were right...until somebody whispered in Johnny Roberts' ear.
After they spied on him!

“Zuzu's Petals”

Since: Sep 10

Bedford Falls

#24 Oct 29, 2013
The the loser is the unborn child injected with saline and suctioned out or one of the many other nice methods!

Help me Mommy!
Scheherazade

Reynoldsburg, OH

#25 Oct 29, 2013
Zoe Regen wrote:
It is rather odd that people would celebrate the right to kill a baby. Just goes to show .....
Blah, blah, blah, blooey!!! Did you miss the memo that clearly states that being pro-choice does NOT equal being pro-abortion.

This is exactly whereyou fundies get your undies in a bunch Because the truly "responsible" Americans want to see sensible changes in our system like comprehensive sex education, open accees to contraception and women having the right to make choices with their doctor, you immediately run to "baby killers". It's where you're wrong, it's why you're marginalized, and it's EXACTLY why you keep losing on the issue in legal forums. But no, even though you complain about too much spending, you'lll just keep pushing the tirade baby around, spending taaxpayer money on losing cases.....Your demise is imminent....

Wake up and get real!!!!

“Zuzu's Petals”

Since: Sep 10

Bedford Falls

#26 Oct 29, 2013
Scheherazade wrote:
<quoted text>
Blah, blah, blah, blooey!!! Did you miss the memo that clearly states that being pro-choice does NOT equal being pro-abortion.
This is exactly whereyou fundies get your undies in a bunch Because the truly "responsible" Americans want to see sensible changes in our system like comprehensive sex education, open accees to contraception and women having the right to make choices with their doctor, you immediately run to "baby killers". It's where you're wrong, it's why you're marginalized, and it's EXACTLY why you keep losing on the issue in legal forums. But no, even though you complain about too much spending, you'lll just keep pushing the tirade baby around, spending taaxpayer money on losing cases.....Your demise is imminent....
Wake up and get real!!!!
You are nuts!
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#27 Oct 29, 2013
do it the way the hoodies do it in Glynn County, Georgia. Wait til the kid is in the stroller with its mother pushing and stick a barrel to its head and pull the trigger.
Or you could do it the good ol' Bracka street and Przyemyslowa street way of the Nazis, starve them to death.
either way, same same sucking the brains out of the mother's womb.
Don't cry baby, it don't hurt.
don't look now but I see a similarity in 2013 America to 1938 Germany.
And you call American Rightists Nazis!

“Zuzu's Petals”

Since: Sep 10

Bedford Falls

#28 Oct 29, 2013
dunadd wrote:
do it the way the hoodies do it in Glynn County, Georgia. Wait til the kid is in the stroller with its mother pushing and stick a barrel to its head and pull the trigger.
Or you could do it the good ol' Bracka street and Przyemyslowa street way of the Nazis, starve them to death.
either way, same same sucking the brains out of the mother's womb.
Don't cry baby, it don't hurt.
don't look now but I see a similarity in 2013 America to 1938 Germany.
And you call American Rightists Nazis!
Democrats are what you would call dumb Nazi-types!
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#29 Oct 30, 2013
so Democrats would be the John Demjanjuk type rather than the Heinrich Himmler type, not that I am positive Demjanjuk was Ivan the Terrible, just using the two in comparison.
Most Americans don't know who Sydomia Bayer or Edward August are, so I had to use a name familiar to them and use John Demjanjuk, being Columbus is in Ohio. Although I must admit you can mention Demjanjuk to some in Ohio and they come back with, who? One of my aunts worked at the Wickliffe, Ohio plant the same time Demjanjuk did and actually had conversations with him.

“Zuzu's Petals”

Since: Sep 10

Bedford Falls

#30 Oct 30, 2013
dunadd wrote:
so Democrats would be the John Demjanjuk type rather than the Heinrich Himmler type, not that I am positive Demjanjuk was Ivan the Terrible, just using the two in comparison.
Most Americans don't know who Sydomia Bayer or Edward August are, so I had to use a name familiar to them and use John Demjanjuk, being Columbus is in Ohio. Although I must admit you can mention Demjanjuk to some in Ohio and they come back with, who? One of my aunts worked at the Wickliffe, Ohio plant the same time Demjanjuk did and actually had conversations with him.
Must run in the family!

“THE ONE AND ONLY!”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#31 Oct 30, 2013
dunadd wrote:
so Democrats would be the John Demjanjuk type rather than the Heinrich Himmler type, not that I am positive Demjanjuk was Ivan the Terrible, just using the two in comparison.
Most Americans don't know who Sydomia Bayer or Edward August are, so I had to use a name familiar to them and use John Demjanjuk, being Columbus is in Ohio. Although I must admit you can mention Demjanjuk to some in Ohio and they come back with, who? One of my aunts worked at the Wickliffe, Ohio plant the same time Demjanjuk did and actually had conversations with him.
I followed John Demjanjuk's case from start to finish.
I don't believe he was guilty of the crimes accused of.
He lived a quiet life after the war, and I believe it was a total witch hunt.
What plant in Wickliffe are you referring to?
There are many.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#32 Oct 30, 2013
General Electric!

“THE ONE AND ONLY!”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#33 Oct 30, 2013
dunadd wrote:
General Electric!
I don't think there's a GE plant there now. This had to be a long time ago.
I bet she can tell you stories about him.
If only we were a fly on the wall....lol

What do you think about the case?
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#35 Oct 30, 2013
It was a long time ago. She would be 99 now and retired at 62. She didn't say a whole lot about him. I remember her saying he was a quiet man, loved his family. It was during the time when they took him to Israel to try him and he was acquitted at the time. I didn't talk to her when he was tried in Germany. Matter of fact I believe she had died before then. If memory serves me right, she died in 05, Yeah, I remember she had turned 90 so it had to be in 04 when she died.
Personally I think he was a guard in some minor position during that time but I don't think he was THE Ivan the Terrible some claimed he was.
He being Ukra, and knowing German Nazis had some Ukras doing things for them, and the survival thing built into humans, I can see him doing something to stay alive, but as I say I don't think he was THE Ivan the Terrible.
I am on the Eastern European threads a lot, my main one being Poland but also Germany, Russia, Lithuania quite a bit and Kaliningrad, France, Belgium and Netherlands occasionally. And from what I glean there, there was a lot of, I am trying to pick the right word here, a lot of unordinary things going on. It's hard to put a word on it.
Witold Pilecki comes to mind. Have you ever heard of Witold Pilecki?
I wrote down some information yesterday about some Polish children and the way the Nazis treated them. Nazis in Europe were or rather treated humans less than animals. I read about this person named Sydomia Bayer in Lodz, Poland. This woman was a beast.
I got to quit. This is getting to me.
I'll compose myself. I don't think John Demjanjuk was guilty of what the court in Nuremburg said he was but at least the old man slipped out of their grasp. I have told people on Eastern European threads they are living too much in the past but indeed those times 1932-45 were barbaric and beastly in eastern Europe. Jew hatred and hatred between nationalities is strong in Europe, even today.

“THE ONE AND ONLY!”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#36 Oct 30, 2013
dunadd wrote:
It was a long time ago. She would be 99 now and retired at 62. She didn't say a whole lot about him. I remember her saying he was a quiet man, loved his family. It was during the time when they took him to Israel to try him and he was acquitted at the time. I didn't talk to her when he was tried in Germany. Matter of fact I believe she had died before then. If memory serves me right, she died in 05, Yeah, I remember she had turned 90 so it had to be in 04 when she died.
Personally I think he was a guard in some minor position during that time but I don't think he was THE Ivan the Terrible some claimed he was.
He being Ukra, and knowing German Nazis had some Ukras doing things for them, and the survival thing built into humans, I can see him doing something to stay alive, but as I say I don't think he was THE Ivan the Terrible.
I am on the Eastern European threads a lot, my main one being Poland but also Germany, Russia, Lithuania quite a bit and Kaliningrad, France, Belgium and Netherlands occasionally. And from what I glean there, there was a lot of, I am trying to pick the right word here, a lot of unordinary things going on. It's hard to put a word on it.
Witold Pilecki comes to mind. Have you ever heard of Witold Pilecki?
I wrote down some information yesterday about some Polish children and the way the Nazis treated them. Nazis in Europe were or rather treated humans less than animals. I read about this person named Sydomia Bayer in Lodz, Poland. This woman was a beast.
I got to quit. This is getting to me.
I'll compose myself. I don't think John Demjanjuk was guilty of what the court in Nuremburg said he was but at least the old man slipped out of their grasp. I have told people on Eastern European threads they are living too much in the past but indeed those times 1932-45 were barbaric and beastly in eastern Europe. Jew hatred and hatred between nationalities is strong in Europe, even today.
Oh my! I'm sorry. I didn't mean to being up sad memories.

There is a lot of hate in this world, and most is stemed from religious beliefs. They don't want to let go of the anger and hate carried on for generations. You would think they would want to lead happy lives, but it's a vicious cycle, and it's all they know.

Nazis were scum, and vicious to human beings. My dad rescued people from the camps.....atrocities....he can't speak of them to this day.

I know another group who are just as bad, if not worse. It's like a fungus spreading around the globe.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#37 Oct 30, 2013
Thanks, BizzyBee. It didn't bother before but I had never read in depth what they did to children until yesterday when I copied that article down and what I read got to me.
I have always been a softie towards children. It didn't bring up memories of that war as I wasn't in that war but I always shunned those things until now.
I know it was only a movie but I watched one a year or two ago about this young boy whose father was camp commander at one of the WW2 extermination camps. To make a long story short the German boy was gassed unbeknownst to his father until too late. He went to the showers with a Jew boy he had befriended.
Coming down to my lifetime I have befriended some Montagnards from the Viet Nam mountains. I have visited them at their church and they are very nice people.
Yes, today a lot of the worldwide crap going on is religious but I have noticed in Eastern Europe it is more nationalistic and ethnical than religious. The Russians, Poles, Slovaks, Hungarians, Rumanians, Ukrainians, Finns, and other nationalities are very supremacist over the others. Much of the national pride drove The Germans in their war of last century.
And I have contemplated much on this. The German nation rose up against others under the leadership of an Austrian Jew, or at least 1/4 Jew whose mother was Czech. But yet he drove the German nation.
Then you have the man of steel in Moscow who wasn't even Russian, driving the Russians for decades.
I have a picture showing the Prussian Paul von Hindenburg with his baton turning the leadership of Germany over to this Austrian upstart Corporal in 1932 and it doesn't make sense. With as much Prussian pride von Hindenburg had and he turns it over to this Austrian nothingness. It doesn't make sense. There were plenty of able Prussians, yet von Hindenburg chooses this Salzburger.
I understand how Dzugashvili got the helm of Russia, not being Russian. He did it through stealth and destroying every vestige of blocking him, ruthlessness.
But Heidler got it through beguileness is the only way I can describe. Of course, how he truly felt and was capable of doing was hid until he came to power and then using the old cliché all hell broke loose. the German people idolized the little Austrian.
Well, enough of that. we have more important things going on today like those you alluded to, the muzzerds.
Did you know the Mufti of Jerusalem visited and was friends with Hitler? Mufti sent 20,000 muzzerds to Germany and they wore the SS uniform and did some of Schicklgruber's dirty work as SS. The second most read book in muzziedom behind quran is Mein Kampf. They still love Der Fuehrer! I suppose it's the old birds of a feather thingee!

“THE ONE AND ONLY!”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#38 Oct 30, 2013
dunadd wrote:
Thanks, BizzyBee. It didn't bother before but I had never read in depth what they did to children until yesterday when I copied that article down and what I read got to me.
I have always been a softie towards children. It didn't bring up memories of that war as I wasn't in that war but I always shunned those things until now.
I know it was only a movie but I watched one a year or two ago about this young boy whose father was camp commander at one of the WW2 extermination camps. To make a long story short the German boy was gassed unbeknownst to his father until too late. He went to the showers with a Jew boy he had befriended.
Coming down to my lifetime I have befriended some Montagnards from the Viet Nam mountains. I have visited them at their church and they are very nice people.
Yes, today a lot of the worldwide crap going on is religious but I have noticed in Eastern Europe it is more nationalistic and ethnical than religious. The Russians, Poles, Slovaks, Hungarians, Rumanians, Ukrainians, Finns, and other nationalities are very supremacist over the others. Much of the national pride drove The Germans in their war of last century.
And I have contemplated much on this. The German nation rose up against others under the leadership of an Austrian Jew, or at least 1/4 Jew whose mother was Czech. But yet he drove the German nation.
Then you have the man of steel in Moscow who wasn't even Russian, driving the Russians for decades.
I have a picture showing the Prussian Paul von Hindenburg with his baton turning the leadership of Germany over to this Austrian upstart Corporal in 1932 and it doesn't make sense. With as much Prussian pride von Hindenburg had and he turns it over to this Austrian nothingness. It doesn't make sense. There were plenty of able Prussians, yet von Hindenburg chooses this Salzburger.
I understand how Dzugashvili got the helm of Russia, not being Russian. He did it through stealth and destroying every vestige of blocking him, ruthlessness.
But Heidler got it through beguileness is the only way I can describe. Of course, how he truly felt and was capable of doing was hid until he came to power and then using the old cliché all hell broke loose. the German people idolized the little Austrian.
Well, enough of that. we have more important things going on today like those you alluded to, the muzzerds.
Did you know the Mufti of Jerusalem visited and was friends with Hitler? Mufti sent 20,000 muzzerds to Germany and they wore the SS uniform and did some of Schicklgruber's dirty work as SS. The second most read book in muzziedom behind quran is Mein Kampf. They still love Der Fuehrer! I suppose it's the old birds of a feather thingee!
I like all the info you provide. Interesting, thank you!
The movie was called THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS. I saw it and it was so sad. I have read many books about the holacaust. One of my favorite authors Alexander Solzhenitsyn wrote many books about Russia and the archipelago , etc, he was exiled because of his writings, and moved to a New England state here, lived here for many years. Then he was welcomed back to his homeland and lived in his beloved Russia, only to die shortly thereafter.
It must amazes me how people all over the world are so different but yet the same, in a lot of aspects.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#39 Oct 30, 2013
you are quite welcome. Yes thank for reminding e of the name of the movie. I also read most if not all of Solzhenitsyn's book. I have them yet but they are prolly buried in the building. I also remember reading Richard Wurmbrands writings. He was Rumanian who came to the states after the big war. I also read Dutchmans books on the war and after and some of Corrie ten Boom's.
Places like Poland got a double whammy, liberated from the Nazi Germans only to live under Russia's reign of terror, helped by some Poles of course. Some in Poland don't like Lech Walesa but I rather admire the man for standing up to the communist regime in Warsaw.
Lithuania is a country coming into her own with a woman president, Dalia Grybayskaite. I believe I have her name spelled correctly. She is truly a good leader.
I don't know if you have been keeping up with the former PM of Ukraine, Yulia Tymoshenko. President Viktor Yanukovych had her prosecuted and imprisoned for 7 years mainly because he is afraid of her power and charisma over the Ukras. Ukraine is supposed to sign a trade agreement with EU in Vilnius, Lithuania next month but EU says no if you keep Tymoshenko in prison. It will be interesting what Yanukovych does.
I don't know why I am telling you all this except maybe you mentioned Demjanjuk and have read Solzhenitsyn. Not many do and have.
Have you read any of Saul Alinsky or Noam Chomsky?
It seems the ladies are getting into power around the world. I also keep up with southeast Asia.
A woman, Yingluck Shinawatra, is premier of Thailand and Aung San Suu Kyi is becoming a leader in Burma. Have you read or heard anything about these two ladies?
Yes, Solzhenitsyn lived in Vermont as do the Trapp family. Have you heard of the Trapp family? They are the ones the Julie Andrews movie was about, Song of Music or some such. A family caught in Nazi Austria until they made their escape through the Suisse Alps into France, London and Vermont.
I will sign off for the night but most likely be here tomorrow. Have a good night, Guten Nacht and Bon Soir!!!

“THE ONE AND ONLY!”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#40 Oct 30, 2013
dunadd wrote:
you are quite welcome. Yes thank for reminding e of the name of the movie. I also read most if not all of Solzhenitsyn's book. I have them yet but they are prolly buried in the building. I also remember reading Richard Wurmbrands writings. He was Rumanian who came to the states after the big war. I also read Dutchmans books on the war and after and some of Corrie ten Boom's.
Places like Poland got a double whammy, liberated from the Nazi Germans only to live under Russia's reign of terror, helped by some Poles of course. Some in Poland don't like Lech Walesa but I rather admire the man for standing up to the communist regime in Warsaw.
Lithuania is a country coming into her own with a woman president, Dalia Grybayskaite. I believe I have her name spelled correctly. She is truly a good leader.
I don't know if you have been keeping up with the former PM of Ukraine, Yulia Tymoshenko. President Viktor Yanukovych had her prosecuted and imprisoned for 7 years mainly because he is afraid of her power and charisma over the Ukras. Ukraine is supposed to sign a trade agreement with EU in Vilnius, Lithuania next month but EU says no if you keep Tymoshenko in prison. It will be interesting what Yanukovych does.
I don't know why I am telling you all this except maybe you mentioned Demjanjuk and have read Solzhenitsyn. Not many do and have.
Have you read any of Saul Alinsky or Noam Chomsky?
It seems the ladies are getting into power around the world. I also keep up with southeast Asia.
A woman, Yingluck Shinawatra, is premier of Thailand and Aung San Suu Kyi is becoming a leader in Burma. Have you read or heard anything about these two ladies?
Yes, Solzhenitsyn lived in Vermont as do the Trapp family. Have you heard of the Trapp family? They are the ones the Julie Andrews movie was about, Song of Music or some such. A family caught in Nazi skyAustria until they made their escape through the Suisse Alps into France, London and Vermont.
I will sign off for the night but most likely be here tomorrow. Have a good night, Guten Nacht and Bon Soir!!!
Yes I know about the Von Trapps. What a history!
I hear bits and pieces of women leaders around the world. It was unheard of years ago to have a woman at the helm. They all broke that glass ceiling!
I haven't been keeping up too much,reading about Alinsky or Chomsky. I really should expand my reading time.
I work with a woman from Ukraine and one from Uzbeckistan. It's another education dealing with them.
Have a good evening! Ciao!
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#41 Oct 31, 2013
Guten Morgen! hope you had good sleep and a refreshing night's rest.
I would say working with a Ukrainian and Uzbek would make the day and life interesting. So at least you have some idea of the mentality and disposition of a Ukra. I never worked with Ukra but have known a few and eaten Ukra cooking. similar to both Polish and Russian but that is understandable since they all came from common roots.
I must say some of the most boring reading I have endeavoured is the writings of the different socialists. The most readable to me were Antonin Gramsci and, amazingly, Benito Mussolini. Karl Marx and Fredrich Engles were very boring though necessary. I have read socialist writings back into the 18th century, ie St Simon's.
Did you ever hear of New Harmony, Indiana? It was an unsuccessful socialist endeavor in America by Robert Owen.
I have never met Uzbek but I did read a novel by Uzbek whose name and title of book escapes me but the book was interesting, giving me some insight into the thinking process of people from that part of the world.
I have contacts with people of the Hindu world mainly India. Their food is delicious but too much curry for me and my more delicate palate. For instance, I prefer, for the taste buds, Napoli/Sicilian spaghetti but have to eat the less spicy northern Italian cuisine.
Getting back to the Ukra and Uzbek women, I suppose you have to deal with each differently concerning their mindsets and cultures etc. Is this so?

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