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Force Majeure

Sweden

#26681 Jan 16, 2013
Prickly F wrote:
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While it's clear to me that you two have harbored a deep attraction for me .....
You misspelled the word "abnegation".
Force Majeure

Sweden

#26682 Jan 16, 2013
Dave C wrote:
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3 million dead Japanese. Hiroshima, Nagasaki and we were just warming up.
Yet you were weened on Nintendo, you own a Honda and your pre-natal training consisted of a Gamaguchi virtual baby caring game. Me having driven an American car while I was living in the United Snakes doesn't seem very odd in comparison.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#26683 Jan 16, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
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So what you're saying is that more people experience an inferior level of democracy than the countries predeeding it, thanks to the United Snakes being a highly populated, semi-Fascist state.
That's too bad, but it does explain why 98% of Americans are completely ignorant to the world around them. What else could they be with such a dismal level of democratic principle and education?
Or to put it more accurately –only 11.3% of the world’s population live in a “Full Democracy” and half of those live in the US.

Americans were smart enough not to accept communism and to even oppose it’s existence.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#26684 Jan 16, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
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Yet you were weened on Nintendo, you own a Honda and your pre-natal training consisted of a Gamaguchi virtual baby caring game. Me having driven an American car while I was living in the United Snakes doesn't seem very odd in comparison.
When I grew up there were nothing but American cars. Thank God for the Japanese cars because they made the American cars improve to stay competitive. The average life of a car used to be 100,000 miles. I got 250,000 out of the last two American cars I’ve owned before I donated them to charity. As far as I know they may still be running.
Force Majeure

Sweden

#26687 Jan 16, 2013
Captain O wrote:
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Wrong, Davey Boy. During WWII, the USA supported communism by sending the Soviet Union so much military hardware and other forms of aid resulting in the communists being militarily just as powerful as the USA.
My advice to you: Go retake history class 101 before continuing to post your ignorant drivel here.
Got it?
Wie geht's dir?

Davey Boy won't be taking any classes in anything that has to do with history or current events. He suspects that confronting knowledge in any form will reveal his total lack of "smarts".

He relies on info from FuxNews, the Whine House and his dear old mum. As a matter of fact, he promised his mummy that he'd never challenge anything she's ever taught him - that includes avoiding further education.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#26688 Jan 16, 2013
Captain O wrote:
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Wrong, Davey Boy. During WWII, the USA supported communism by sending the Soviet Union so much military hardware and other forms of aid resulting in the communists being militarily just as powerful as the USA.
My advice to you: Go retake history class 101 before continuing to post your ignorant drivel here.
Got it?
We never became communist or even socialist because we could see the drawbacks to such a system.

“Enemy of my enemy is my friend”. The Soviet Union was our friend. When they created an Iron Curtain across Europe, supported the North Koreans against the UN and sponsored communist insurgencies around the world, they became our enemy.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#26691 Jan 16, 2013
Captain O wrote:
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Wrong, Davey Boy. During WWII, the USA supported communism by sending the Soviet Union so much military hardware and other forms of aid resulting in the communists being militarily just as powerful as the USA.
My advice to you: Go retake history class 101 before continuing to post your ignorant drivel here.
Got it?
Before WW2 the Soviets had a larger military than the rest of the world combined while the US was ranked number 14. The US was the only country Hitler declared war on so of course we helped the Soviets (especially with American trucks since the Soviets never seemed to master that art). By 1945 the US had the largest air force in the world, the 7th fleet alone was larger than the combined navies of the rest of the world and we had the atom bomb. So to be more accurate, despite the aid we gave the Soviets we replaced them as the number 1 military power in the world. How’s that for history 101.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#26694 Jan 16, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
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Wie geht's dir?
Davey Boy won't be taking any classes in anything that has to do with history or current events. He suspects that confronting knowledge in any form will reveal his total lack of "smarts".
He relies on info from FuxNews, the Whine House and his dear old mum. As a matter of fact, he promised his mummy that he'd never challenge anything she's ever taught him - that includes avoiding further education.
What history book were you reading that claimed “Japan whooped your azz during WWII”—the Daily Worker? You commies will believe anything.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#26696 Jan 16, 2013
Captain O wrote:
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Wrong again, Davy Boy:
President FDR turned the USA into a socialist country, because the free market economy caused the Great Depression and there was no other way out of that misery.
And currently, you're living in a fascist state where government and the big corporates tell you what to think, speak, write and do.
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Then why didn't you choose siding with the Germans if you hate communism so much?
Remember: Germany was the enemy of communism.
Fascism was as bad as communism, but it was Hitler who declared war on us.

As I informed the other morons, the US is the largest “Full Democracy” in the world.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#26697 Jan 16, 2013
Captain O wrote:
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Let's face it, Davey Boy:
If the USA hadn't committed the gravest war crimes in history by dropping nuclear bombs on Japanese cities where hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians (children, women and men) were mass-murdered in the most horrific way imaginable, Japan would have have been able to succesfully defend its homeland.
When the atom bomb was dropped the Japanese army was still advancing in China and killing thousands of Chinese civilians daily. The fighting was still going on in the Philippines with the Japanese army intentionally targeting Filipino civilians. The Japanese were warned and even after Hiroshima they needed even more convincing. Fortunately Nagasaki was all the additional persuasion need.
Force Majeure

Sweden

#26700 Jan 16, 2013
Captain O wrote:
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Mir gehts gut, Annie, danke für die Nachfrage! Ich hoffe, daß es Dir und Deiner Familie auch gut geht.
Danke sehr! Ja, alles gut hier ... wie immer. Ich habe Glück gehabt, daß heiß meine Frau ist super!
Captain O wrote:
<quoted text>Sad but true. No wonder Davey Boy needs to work till he drops dead, as he once admitted. If his mummy had let him go to high school, maybe Davey Boy could have got a decent job so he'd get some old age pension.
It's like they say Capt. "There's no substitution for an education" and that poor buggar has to take a detour to work every morning and evening to avoid the sight of the local college. That place scares the shit out of him!
Fatboy

Bromma, Sweden

#26701 Jan 16, 2013
DENG wrote:
DENG wrote:
WE LIKE OUR 220 MPR FAST TRAINS HERE IN CHINA RUNNING ABOUT ON A 10 CAR TRAIN 20,000 ELECTIC MOTOR HORSEPOWER.
IT'S MUCH BETTER THAN THE OBSOLETE CAR.
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Funny...on one hand we have the Japanese who has runned their Shinkansen bullet trains for 45 years and not a single accident...
and on the other hand we have the Chinese who in less than one year manages to run a Shinkansen/Kawasaki train of a bridge in Wenzhou and kill 40 passangers...

Well BRAVO!!
Fatboy

Bromma, Sweden

#26703 Jan 16, 2013
UidiotRACEMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>this post of your addressed to the Real DEng, Communist China is now Capitalistic and enjoying prosperity, with vertical democracy, as oppose to fake US democracy , is financially and morally bankrupt
Both with authoritarian political system
Hey Mogadishu!
If you love China and are DYING :o) for lungcancer,why don't you visit Beijing for a week or two because the pollution in China is beyond S-C-A-L-E...

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#26704 Jan 16, 2013
Captain O wrote:
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Yet you fully support your fascist regime in Washington D.C.
Make up your mind, Davey Boy.
As for declaring war on the USA, all it would have needed to do was capitulate and there wouldn't have been tens of millions of lives lost in a crazy war.
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Your brain must be real mushy if you equate fascism with democracy, let alone "full democracy".
Have you been already tested for Alzheimers btw?
Argue with them.
http://www.sida.se/Global/About%20Sida/S%C3%A...

When you are far enough Left, fascism is an adjective you add to everything you disagree with. Can you even see the Middle from where you are at?

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#26705 Jan 16, 2013
Captain O wrote:
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Two wrongs do not make a right, you fascist arse.
But it does make it even. They wanted “total war” and that is what they got.
Force Majeure

Sweden

#26706 Jan 16, 2013
Dave C wrote:
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We never became communist or even socialist because we could see the drawbacks to such a system.
Who's this "we" you talk about? Not you certainly. You haven't the slightest knowledge of what Socialism or Communism stand for. The only thing you "know" is that the United Snakes has been bad-mouthing Socio/Communism since before you were born and that McCarthy was hell bent on a massive witch hunt that left you numb and dumfounded.

If you were to live in Sweden, for example, you'd not want to return to the U.S. except to tell your family and friends what a fantastic system we have.

POINT 1: My best friend here is American and she only goes back to visit because she must. She has sworn never to return to live in the U.S.

POINT 2: My wife is from Slovakia, once part of the communist country of CzechoSlovakia. Although she's not a communist she will tell you that the communist government was better than what Slovakia has today.

POINT 3: I am not a communist either, but a Social Democrat. I have been to every Communst European country except for one and I can say that whatever gains they might have got there are many things they have lost with the "new" non-communist eastern government states. If I were to pass a "general" judgement over the political sphere I'd say that Soviet-style Communism was worst - European-style Socialism is best - and American-style Capitalism in the middle. The thing is that the gaps are vast and "middle" is so inferior to "best" that being "second" is nothing to be proud of.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#26707 Jan 16, 2013
Captain O wrote:
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Das ist schön zu lesen, Annie. Genieße die tolle Zeit mit Deiner Frau!
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That poor Davey Boy...I'm starting to feel sorry for him and his misfortune.
Don’t cry for me. The wife and I do a lot of traveling. Went to Hawaii, Tahiti, Morea, Bora Bora, Fiji, Australia, back to Hawaii and then home to San Diego. How’s the weather in Munich?

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#26708 Jan 16, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
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Who's this "we" you talk about? Not you certainly. You haven't the slightest knowledge of what Socialism or Communism stand for. The only thing you "know" is that the United Snakes has been bad-mouthing Socio/Communism since before you were born and that McCarthy was hell bent on a massive witch hunt that left you numb and dumfounded.
If you were to live in Sweden, for example, you'd not want to return to the U.S. except to tell your family and friends what a fantastic system we have.
POINT 1: My best friend here is American and she only goes back to visit because she must. She has sworn never to return to live in the U.S.
POINT 2: My wife is from Slovakia, once part of the communist country of CzechoSlovakia. Although she's not a communist she will tell you that the communist government was better than what Slovakia has today.
POINT 3: I am not a communist either, but a Social Democrat. I have been to every Communst European country except for one and I can say that whatever gains they might have got there are many things they have lost with the "new" non-communist eastern government states. If I were to pass a "general" judgement over the political sphere I'd say that Soviet-style Communism was worst - European-style Socialism is best - and American-style Capitalism in the middle. The thing is that the gaps are vast and "middle" is so inferior to "best" that being "second" is nothing to be proud of.
Europe is old and established where government and society have been codependent for ions. The US has only emerged from a pioneer society in the last 100 years. My grandfather was born in Wyoming in 1892 and until he was in his 80s you could have dropped him 100 miles from the nearest town and he would make it back 5 pounds heavier, picking his teeth and wearing a fur coat. Those are my ancestors, tough and independent. We don’t want anything from our government and we don’t except anything from our government except to do what we tell it. Most Americans want to continue our independence from the government, while others would trade their vote for a handout. As long as those who contribute outnumber those seeking a handout the US will continue move forward.

People are people, but in the US there is less tolerance for limits. It is the “land of opportunity” and the idea that the impossible just takes a little longer is still very much ingrained.
Force Majeure

Sweden

#26709 Jan 16, 2013
Dave C wrote:
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Don’t cry for me. The wife and I do a lot of traveling. Went to Hawaii, Tahiti, Morea, Bora Bora, Fiji, Australia, back to Hawaii and then home to San Diego.
Sitting on a boat, being shuttled from one place to another and descending the gangplank for a few hours is your idea of "travel"? Jesus. "Travel" it is, in the sense that you were moved from one place to another but you could have walked around a swimming pool 38 times and learned just as much about the world and the people in it.
Force Majeure

Sweden

#26710 Jan 16, 2013
Dave C wrote:
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.... we don’t except anything from our government except to do what we tell it.
Are you saying that it does?

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