“So it's not you, It's them?”

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#146 Dec 30, 2012
Force Majeure wrote:
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Sweden is well up on the list of world democracies while the U.S. is not. We, as a highly democratic nation, critisize as it is needed - your government as well as our own. DEMOCRACY. It's in the dictionary. Look it up.
"Sweden is well up on the list of world democrasies...?" Post that "list" here, please. You'd think you'd appreciate our having saved you from German occupation in WW II. How soon you forget. Your negative POV of us is duly noted. We have our challenges, but we're no Sweden!:)

Ha en trevlig dag.
Force Majeure

Sweden

#147 Dec 30, 2012
Chilli J wrote:
<quoted text>You'd think you'd appreciate our having saved you from German occupation in WW II.
We didn't partake in WW II. We, like the rest of the world (including the United Snakes) were remaining neutral until being invaded. We and Switzerland never were.

The Nazis told us that if we didn't join them in the war then they might lose and we'd all end up speaking English right now. They were right!
Chilli J wrote:
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"Sweden is well up on the list of world democrasies...?" Post that "list" here, please.

Ask - and you shall recieve:

http://www.sida.se/Global/About%20Sida/S%C3%A...

What with your reading comprehension rather low, don't tax your simple mind too much with all of those "big words" - just scroll down to "Tabel 2".

Once there use the "fast" down-scroll arrow because it'll be a while before you find the United Snakes on the list.

[QUOTE who="Chilli J"]<quoted text>Ha en trevlig dag.
Thanks! You too!
Force Majeure

Sweden

#148 Dec 30, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Bonzo?...made my point immediatly...lol
Me calling you Bonzo is my point - not yours. Would you like to try to squirm your way out of that one?
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#149 Dec 30, 2012
Cocaine

“What did you expect? ”

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Didn't even notice, did you?

#150 Dec 30, 2012
You owned it at Kinda'. The rest went over its head.
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Kinda' like 9-1-1?
Maybe Pearl Harbor?
How about the US Embassy bombings in Beirut?
Or Lockerbie, Scotland?
Or Oklahoma City?
Or Riyadh, Saudi Arabia?
Or Dhahran, Saudi Arabia?
Or Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania?
Or the USS Cole?
Or Karachi, Pakistan?
Or Riyadh, Saudi Arabia?
Or Jeddah, Saudi Arabia?
Or Amman, Jordan?
Or Little Rock, Arkansas?
Or should I stop?
Force Majeure

Sweden

#152 Dec 31, 2012
luvmypain wrote:
massmurder
oppresser
dictator
axxhole
oh sorry its says one word
jerk
Nice finishing touch!
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#153 Jan 4, 2013
Comedian

Booooosh!!!!

Lmao

I do miss his outstanding stand up. His facial expressions were hilarious.

Obama bores the crap outta me. Blah blah blah. Always yapping. Sounds like like a damn Rob Schneider on the Adam Sandler movies.....
'you can do it'.

“What did you expect? ”

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Didn't even notice, did you?

#154 Jan 6, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
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FIRST of all this forum is NOT "free", Bonzo. It is commercial.
SECOND it is NOT "American funded" for my benefit. My pop-up adverts are Swedish.
THIRD Sweden is far more democratic than the United Snakes. If it's proof you want just ask.
Now go back to bed and pull yourself.
Pretty brave talk from a dweeb in a country who hides behind a mountain, buys slightly used arms from France, taxes the piss out of their citizens and they take it like the sheepeople you are.

Funny, I don't get pop-ups. Never have. Adverts are on the side.

The Swedish Parliament, Democratic? You have no clue do you? Sweden is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary democracy form of government. Just in case you haven't noticed.

Sverige ńr en konstitutionell monarki med ett parlamentariskt demokrati form av regeringen.

Hope that helped.

Oh, the WTO is looking after your best Interest too I assume.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2007/aug/0...

Surrender Monkeys.

Concessions: To Nazi Germany

Perhaps the most important aspect of Sweden's concessions to Germany during the Second World War was the extensive export of iron ore for use in the German weapons industry, reaching ten million tons per year. The Swedish neutrality policy meant that the government could not interfere with the trade. As Germany's preparations for war became more apparent and the risk of another war became obvious, international interest in Swedish iron ore increased. At the time, British intelligence had estimated that German industry relied heavily on Swedish iron ore and a decrease or halt in Swedish ore exports could have a disastrous effect on Germany's military efforts. This is a contentious view that has been debated in the aftermath of the war.[attribution needed] Sir Ralph Glyn, a British Member of Parliament, claimed that a cessation of Swedish iron ore exports would bring the war to an end within six months.
Given that Britain had been unable to prevent the successful invasion by Nazi Germany of both France and Norway, the Swedish government was not convinced that the British could protect them and opted to continue exports. The iron ore provided much needed gold bullion, food and coal from Germany. The iron ore was transported by sea from the Norwegian town of Narvik and from Luleň in northern Sweden. These shipments were attacked by British aircraft and submarines in the Atlantic and North Sea and by Soviet submarines in the Baltic. About 70 vessels were sunk and 200 sailors lost their lives.

Responding to German appeals for volunteers to fight the Soviet Union, approximately 180 Swedes enlisted in Germany's Waffen-SS, and saw combat against Soviet troops on the Eastern Front. This was a choice made by individual Swedish citizens, contrary to Swedish government policy. Their number was small compared to occupied countries, in which officials encouraged enlisting for the Eastern Front (Norway 10,000; Denmark 6,000; France 11,000; Netherlands 20,000). Many more joined the Allies, which was also contrary to government policy.

With a blockade of the Skagerrak straits between Norway and the northern tip of Denmark, the Swedish merchant navy found itself physically divided. The vessels that were inside the Baltic Sea traded goods with Germany during the war, whilst the greater number of vessels was leased to the Allies for convoy shipping. Approximately 1,500 Swedish sailors perished during the war, mostly victims of mines and U-Boat attacks.
WhiteDevil King ofTrolls

High Springs, FL

#155 Jan 6, 2013
Missed.......(He was better than obama)

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#156 Jan 7, 2013
Hey 'Some Nutjob' that was interesting. Where do you get your info?

“Maiden of Mayhem”

Since: May 08

OMFUG

#157 Jan 7, 2013
Some Nutjob wrote:
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Oh, the WTO is looking after your best Interest too I assume.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2007/aug/0...
What do Swiss army knives have to do with Sweden? I don't understand the connection there.

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#158 Jan 7, 2013
WhiteDevil King ofTrolls wrote:
Missed.......(He was better than obama)
Delusional.....him and you.....

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#159 Jan 7, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
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Me calling you Bonzo is my point - not yours. Would you like to try to squirm your way out of that one?
WW II...Some fought, some squirmed....which were you?

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#161 Jan 8, 2013
SELLOUT

is a compound word right

“Fishin" in the Moonlight”

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.......┬┐.......

#162 Jan 8, 2013
I can't do it with just one word... maybe two....

Misunderestimated Azz*hole

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#163 Jan 8, 2013
...Traitor....

“What did you expect? ”

Level 4

Since: Oct 10

Didn't even notice, did you?

#164 Jan 9, 2013
quilterqueen wrote:
Hey 'Some Nutjob' that was interesting. Where do you get your info?
Back in the day it was called school.

Today, it's called the interweb.
Curious

Orient, OH

#165 Jan 9, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
...Traitor....
I thought we were talking about Bush here, not OBAMA?

“What did you expect? ”

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Didn't even notice, did you?

#166 Jan 9, 2013
victoria1 wrote:
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What do Swiss army knives have to do with Sweden? I don't understand the connection there.
No small wonder there.

Number 3 or 12 suits you just fine.

http://izismile.com/2010/09/08/funny_derp_pic...

“Maiden of Mayhem”

Since: May 08

OMFUG

#167 Jan 10, 2013
Some Nutjob wrote:
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No small wonder there.
Number 3 or 12 suits you just fine.
http://izismile.com/2010/09/08/funny_derp_pic...
Translation: "I don't know the difference between Switzerland and Sweden so I'm just going to insult you to try and cover up my own inadequacies."

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