Bush is a hero
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180886 Jul 31, 2014
The Real Rwandan Genocide: Brainwashing Western Public Opinion. The Official Narrative is a Lie
By Keith Harmon Snow
Global Research, April 11, 2014

Hutu President Juvenal Habyarimana ran a one-party dictatorship, but French-speaking Tutsis who stayed behind were able to achieve some economic status, though they were kept in check, given their small numbers. Of course, this wasn’t good enough for the elite ‘Tutsis’ outside Rwanda. The United States, Canada, Britain and Israel wanted more of the African pie, and Paul Kagame was the man to get it for them.

English-speaking ‘Tutsis’ who grew up in Uganda [including] Paul Kagame ... were the soldiers of [Ugandan dictator] Yoweri Museveni’s guerrilla army. They committed massive atrocities in Uganda,(1980-1985), where absolute terrorism was used to remove a socialist government run by an ungrateful Hutu. The victims in Uganda were also blamed for genocide, turning the truth upside-down. This is how Museveni and Kagame – his director of military intelligence – brought Uganda back in line with the geopolitical dictates of the West: aka disaster capitalism. There was, of course, a lot of money to be made.

They burned entire villages. The RPF deceived peasants into coming to meetings only to obliterate them coldly. The RPF even created crematoriums to ‘disappear’ the skeletons and skulls, until they realized the efficacy of the model of the Jewish Holocaust death camp memorials: pile up shoes, clothing, skeletons and skulls; create an industry whose currency is the moral outrage and psychological terror of ‘genocide’.
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180887 Jul 31, 2014
/warforporitering
tony944 wrote:
<quoted text>
What you are proposing is got awful smell !!!
Your idea is to borrow additional Trillions from Asia to fight the wars in Israel, Iran and now Ukren so that Wall Street Aristocrats can get richer among Texans mongers.
The real reason JFK was kill because he was willing to negotiate and not as typical GOP and Texans "My way or No way".
And yes next president should be Hilary Clinton, because; GOP and Tea party should align it self with skunk. Thank you!
U not gonna get into a thicknumbskull of BAd Bob the grunting a war mongering /war-for-profiter/US mercenary Supporter of Awful NeoCon Agendas.

Not only US borrowed from Asia but Carribean banking nations... Sooner or later they stop loaning because see our US used unwisely in bully ing other and for our US illegal wars/bad overseas wars instead of rebuilding US decrepit infrasturure
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180888 Jul 31, 2014
Robert Bowman, Vietnam Veteran,
presently bishop of the United Catholic Church in Melbourne Beach, FL., from The National Catholic Reporter, Oct. 2, 1998

"We are not hated because we practice democracy, value freedom, or uphold human rights. We are hated because our government denies these things to people in Third World countries whose resources are coveted by our (US/Western) multinational corporations. That hatred we have sown has come back to haunt us in the form of terrorism and in the future, nuclear terrorism.
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180889 Jul 31, 2014

Michael Parenti,

The goal of US global policy is the Third Worldization of the entire world including Europe and North America, a world in which capital rules supreme with no labor unions to speak of; no prosperous, literate, well-organized working class with rising expectations; no pension funds or medical plans or environmental, consumer, and occupational protections, or any of the other insufferable things that cut into profits.
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180890 Jul 31, 2014
Note IMF , World Bank, WTO ... are US Appartusses that ruins other nations economy... no wonder world beginning to hate our US .western exploitations!

Wall Street’s Toxic Message
by Joseph E. Stiglitz American economist, professor at Columbia University. He is a recipient of the Nobel ...

The (US/western) Colonialism left a mixed legacy in the developing world... In some regions, such as Africa, the exploitation - the extraction of natural resources and the rape of the environment, all in return for a pittance - was obvious. Elsewhere it was more subtle. In many parts of the world, global institutions such as the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank came to be seen as instruments of post-colonial control. These institutions pushed market fundamentalism , a notion idealized by Americans as “free and unfettered markets.” They pressed for financial-sector deregulation, privatization, and trade liberalization.

The World Bank and the I.M.F. said they were doing all this for the benefit of the developing world. They were backed up by teams of free-market economists, many from that cathedral of free-market economics, the University of Chicago. In the end, the programs of “the Chicago boys” didn’t bring the promised results. Incomes stagnated. Where there was growth, the wealth went to those at the top...

Not surprisingly, people in developing countries became less and less convinced that Western help was motivated by altruism. They suspected that the free-market rhetoric—“the Washington consensus,” as it is known in shorthand - was just a cover for the old commercial interests. Suspicions were reinforced by the West’s own hypocrisy. Europe and America didn’t open up their own markets to the agricultural produce of the Third World, which was often all these poor countries had to offer. They forced developing countries to eliminate subsidies aimed at creating new industries, even as they provided massive subsidies to their own farmers.

Free-market ideology turned out to be an excuse for new forms of exploitation.“Privatization” meant that foreigners could buy mines and oil fields in developing countries at low prices. It meant they could reap large profits from monopolies and quasi-monopolies, such as in telecommunications.“Liberaliza tion” meant that they could get high returns on their loans - and when loans went bad, the I.M.F. forced the socialization of the losses, meaning that the screws were put on entire populations to pay the banks back. It meant, too, that foreign firms could wipe out nascent industries, suppressing the development of entrepreneurial talent. While capital flowed freely, labor did not...
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180891 Jul 31, 2014
Sound more like US eugenic agenda to me!

Open Veins of Latin America
Five Centuries of Pillage of a Continent
by Eduardo Galeano
Monthly Review Press, 1997 (, paperback, p6

The United States is more concerned than any other country with spreading and imposing family planning in the farthest outposts. Not only the government, but the Rockefeller and the Ford foundations as well, have nightmares about millions of children advancing like locusts over the horizon from the third world.
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180892 Jul 31, 2014
Michael Parenti, Superpatriotism, p34

With the link between militarism and patriotism so firmly fixed, any criticism of the military runs the risk of being condemned as unpatriotic... Thus, critical issues about the mistreatment of enemy prisoners and killing of unarmed civilians, massive budgetary corruption and Pentagon mismanagement, and drug problems in the ranks are ignored or downplayed.

“Custer @ LBH - Ooops”

Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#180893 Jul 31, 2014
WildWeirdWillie wrote:
<quoted text>What changes do you think you see, bob?
WildWeirdWillie wrote:
<quoted text>
I do not care if you are liberal or conservative, left or right, Democrat or Republican - if you claim to want to talk about the major issues/crises concerning the US but only talk about the opposition, you're not doing what you claim you want to. Maybe you can't, maybe you just don't - but either way, what you're really doing is a PG version of your Aussie pal's shtick.
Ain't nothing new here, bob ... been saying pretty much the same thing for the whole time I've been posting here. Sorry that annoys you so.
badbob wrote:
<quoted text>
Nah. Yer probably 'bout the only Obama enabler in here who doesn't annoy me.(Now that you know that, I expect you'll strive to make the necessary changes).
Those changes.
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180894 Jul 31, 2014
Several members of the U.S. armed forces talking to John Perkins about maneuvers on Colombian soil aimed at a military invasion of Venezuela

The Secret History of the American Empire
by John Perkins, p150

"Everything we do in Colombia just makes it more attractive for the drug business," the lieutenant told me. "Why do you think the situation keeps getting worse there? Because we want it to, we're behind the drug trafficking. The CIA is-just like it was in Asia's Golden Triangle. And in Central America and Iran during IranContra. And the British with opium in China. Coke provides illicit money, in the billions-for clandestine activities-and an excuse to build up our armies. What more can you ask? We're there, men like me in the legit army, to protect oil and to invade Venezuela. The drug game is a smokescreen."
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180895 Jul 31, 2014
US : Illegal Drug Capital of the World | Home Health Testing
www.homehealthtesting.com/.../03/us-illegal-d ...
Prescription drug abuse is a major point of focus for our blog, as it is a problem the scope of which is still not fully understood. Florida has received a lot of ...



UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180896 Jul 31, 2014
Several members of the U.S. armed forces talking to John Perkins about maneuvers on Colombian soil aimed at a military invasion of Venezuela

The Secret History of the American Empire
by John Perkins ( US adivisor - what he mean he is really US economic hit man, p150

"Everything we do in Colombia just makes it more attractive for the drug business," the lieutenant told me. "Why do you think the situation keeps getting worse there? Because we want it to, we're behind the drug trafficking. The CIA is-just like it was in Asia's Golden Triangle. And in Central America and Iran during IranContra. And the British with opium in China. Coke provides illicit money, in the billions-for clandestine activities-and an excuse to build up our armies. What more can you ask? We're there, men like me in the legit army, to protect oil and to invade Venezuela. The drug game is a smokescreen."
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180898 Jul 31, 2014
Robert Reich, economist, and Bill Clinton's Secretary of Labor Bill Moyer's Moyer Journal, June 12, 2009

Look what the lobbyists have managed to do. First of all, with regard to the medical drug benefit that George W. Bush and that administration along with many Democrats pushed - they prevented Medicare from negotiating with the drug companies low prices.
Well, that was corporate welfare. I mean, the drug companies got something wonderful out of that bill. They got a bigger market. And they didn't have to pay for it. And, in fact, they got even bigger profits. They didn't have to face the negotiating power of the federal government. That's what is at stake now.
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180899 Jul 31, 2014
Shadow of a Doubt: D.C. statehood activists have failed ...
www.washingtoncitypaper.com/articles/44734/sh... ...
The shadow senators have wrested some ... We do not have the power ... This is about fairness and civil rights. I'm for statehood because it fixes our lack of ...
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#180900 Jul 31, 2014
Lobbyists Do the Darndest Things | PR Watch
www.prwatch.org/spin/2007/09/6462/lobbyists-d...
Lobbyists Do the Darndest Things ... The Kochs' Anti-Civil Rights Roots:... on the most influential corporate-funded political force most of America has never ...
The Awakener

Liverpool, Australia

#180901 Jul 31, 2014
tony944 wrote:
<quoted text>

Your idea is to borrow additional Trillions from Asia to fight the wars in Israel, Iran and now Ukren so that Wall Street Aristocrats can get richer among Texans mongers.
Well, this would be not so good of an idea, as America is around 13 Trillion in debt from what I heard last.

It is true that the Bush family and other aristocrats would benefit from America being involved in the Middle East, as they would like a piece of the oil resource over there. The Elite has always benefited from these wars, including the Vietnam War, WW1/2, and the Spanish-American War.

These botroffs would be happy to get America involved in this part of the world. Money talks in these decisions. Letting men and women fight this war, leaving their families and friends back home in USA while they risk their lives.

“Help Cecil Help!”

Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#180902 Aug 1, 2014
You know, 48 hours without a computer internet connection is a long damn time.

“Custer @ LBH - Ooops”

Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#180903 Aug 1, 2014
WildWeirdWillie wrote:
You know, 48 hours without a computer internet connection is a long damn time.
Yep. I had to come in the back door just now. The other door is blocked by some complaint site called Dotster. Apparently a group of disgruntled posters filed a legal complaint to try to get Topix shut down. But when ya google "topix website down", one of the first links shows topix only being shut down for my area?

Not sure about any of this, I'm trying to read between the lines. But it's been blocked since yesterday morning. You got any update?

“Custer @ LBH - Ooops”

Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#180904 Aug 1, 2014
WildWeirdWillie wrote:
You know, 48 hours without a computer internet connection is a long damn time.
Actually I read that wrong.
Only topix has been blocked for me. Everything else works.

“Help Cecil Help!”

Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#180905 Aug 1, 2014
bad bob wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually I read that wrong.
Only topix has been blocked for me. Everything else works.
No, for me it was a case of a fried modem sometime early Thurs am. Company overnighted a new one and all is fine after I spent an hour on the phone with the tech support people doing what should have been done before they shipped it.

“Help Cecil Help!”

Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#180906 Aug 1, 2014
bad bob wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep. I had to come in the back door just now. The other door is blocked by some complaint site called Dotster. Apparently a group of disgruntled posters filed a legal complaint to try to get Topix shut down. But when ya google "topix website down", one of the first links shows topix only being shut down for my area?
Not sure about any of this, I'm trying to read between the lines. But it's been blocked since yesterday morning. You got any update?
Dotster is a domain registrar like Godaddy, so I'm not sure why you'd get their page unless topix is registered through them and there was a problem with the master DNS (domain name servers) file somewhere between you and topix. Those are the sort of errors that can block specific areas from reaching a site.

I could get through on my phone just fine, but I'm still not proficient enough at typing with just my thumbs to post much.

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