Force Majeure

Sweden

#28679 Feb 11, 2013
No reply?
UIdiotraceMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#28680 Feb 11, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
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Another nervous break-down so soon, RedButt? Golly! You've had multiple!
mAYBE RED BUTt GRUNT HEAD GOT TO MUCH OF ME!:)
)

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 12

Tanner Flats

#28681 Feb 11, 2013
SHits In Right Hand wrote:
<quoted text>you should be used to eating crap./
Oh what a scything rebuttal, from an ignorant little Muslim flunkey. Is that your version of I know you are but what am I, hayseed? When you're not licking camel balls, do you sign your name with an X, you illiterate pile of shit?

“ASPIRE 2 INSPIRE B4 U EXPIRE”

Since: Jul 08

USA

#28682 Feb 11, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
<quoted text>
Another nervous break-down so soon, RedButt? Golly! You've had multiple!
Booooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooring
multiple times

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 12

Tanner Flats

#28683 Feb 11, 2013
Horse Manure wrote:
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As usual, your questions are repetitive and mundane, attention starved old coot.
Hasn't the NFL fan said the exact same thing about you, old Queen? Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, old poof.
<¦-o

“ASPIRE 2 INSPIRE B4 U EXPIRE”

Since: Jul 08

USA

#28684 Feb 11, 2013
UIdiotraceMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>mAYBE RED BUTt GRUNT HEAD GOT TO MUCH OF ME!:)
)
Booooooooooooooooring
wolfie, multiple times

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 12

Tanner Flats

#28685 Feb 11, 2013
Horse Manure wrote:
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Indeed he is. Go to the Food & Cooking threads where he's contributed about a dozen recipes including crap as either the main dish or as a "trimming". He's even got a seasonal menu with crap turkey stuffing!
You can find it at: www.69eatsshit-recipes.us a
Says the old poof that was kicked out of culinary school and put on a government sexual deviants list over a misunderstanding of how to toss a salad. <¦-o
UIdiotraceMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#28686 Feb 11, 2013
Michael Parenti, Los Angeles Times, January 18, 1993

Four U.S. oil companies are quietly sitting on a prospective fortune in exclusive concessions to explore and exploit tens-of-millions of acres of the Somali countryside ... nearly two-thirds of Somalia was allocated to American oil giants Conoco, Amoco, Chevron and Phillips in the final years before Somalia's pro-U.S. president Mohammed Said Barre' was overthrown.(This was never mentioned in the New York Times or the Washington Post)
UIdiotraceMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#28687 Feb 11, 2013
Justice Policy Institute,

"The Punishing Decade," December 1999

America spends 50% more incarcerating 1.2 million non-violent offenders than the entire $16.6 billion the federal government is currently spending on welfare programs that serve 8.5 million people.
UIdiotraceMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#28688 Feb 11, 2013
Demilitarization for Democracy

"Dictators or Democracies? U.S. Arms Transfers and Military Training," April 1999

Five nations received over $1 billion in U.S. military support in 1997 - Taiwan ($6 billion), Saudi Arabia ($4.7 billion), Kuwait ($1.4 billion), Turkey ($1.3 billion), and Egypt ($1.2 billion)...( Sixteen more received over $100 million.
DENG

Nanjing, China

#28689 Feb 11, 2013
LET'S HEAR SOME TALK OF PEACE AND NOT WAR COMING OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE.
UIdiotraceMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#28690 Feb 11, 2013
Jean-Bertrand Aristide

Eyes of the Heart p11
keyword(s)

Aristide
Haiti
free trade
globalization
third world
foreign policy
quotation
What happens to poor countries when they embrace free trade? In Haiti in 1986 we imported just 7000 tons of rice, the main staple food of the country. The vast majority was grown in Haiti. In the late 1980s Haiti complied with free trade policies advocated by the international lending agencies and lifted tariffs on rice imports. Cheaper rice immediately flooded in from the United States where the rice industry is subsidized. In fact the liberalization of

Haiti's market coincided with the 1985 Farm Bill in the United States which increased subsidies to the rice industry so that 40% of U.S. rice growers' profits came from the government by 1987. Haiti's peasant farmers could not possibly compete. By 1996 Haiti was importing 196,000 tons of foreign rice at the cost of $100 million a year. Haitian rice production became negligible. Once the dependence on foreign rice was complete, import prices began to rise, leaving Haiti's population, particularly the urban poor, completely at the whim of rising world grain prices. And the prices continue to rise
UIdiotraceMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#28691 Feb 11, 2013
DENG wrote:
LET'S HEAR SOME TALK OF PEACE AND NOT WAR COMING OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE.
that will be day , i say yahoo... don't bet on it the way US is going they want war with Iran, Syria, China, Korea...
UIdiotraceMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#28694 Feb 11, 2013
William Shirer

The Hubris of a President

The Nation magazine book of selected articles 1865-1990, p283
k
Does one American in 1,000 or in 100,000, realize that, whereas the Germans dropped 80,000 tons of bombs on Britain in more than five years of war (and we thought it was barbaric), we dropped 100,000 tons on Indochina in the single month of last November, when Nixon restricted the bombing because of the Paris "peace" talks; and that under Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon we have dropped a total of 7 million tons of bombs on Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos— vastly more than we and the British let loose on Germany and Japan together in World War II? It was done in the name of "a just peace," of course. Has not Nixon said it dozens of times, his face on the TV screen frozen in unctuousness, as he sent his troops to invade a new country—Cambodia, Laos—or as he ordered his bombers to resume unloading tens of thousands of tons of more lethal bombs on a country which had no Air Force with which to defend itself?

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#28696 Feb 12, 2013
UIdiotraceMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
William Shirer
The Hubris of a President
The Nation magazine book of selected articles 1865-1990, p283
k
Does one American in 1,000 or in 100,000, realize that, whereas the Germans dropped 80,000 tons of bombs on Britain in more than five years of war (and we thought it was barbaric), we dropped 100,000 tons on Indochina in the single month of last November, when Nixon restricted the bombing because of the Paris "peace" talks; and that under Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon we have dropped a total of 7 million tons of bombs on Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos— vastly more than we and the British let loose on Germany and Japan together in World War II? It was done in the name of "a just peace," of course. Has not Nixon said it dozens of times, his face on the TV screen frozen in unctuousness, as he sent his troops to invade a new country—Cambodia, Laos—or as he ordered his bombers to resume unloading tens of thousands of tons of more lethal bombs on a country which had no Air Force with which to defend itself?
In typical illiberal fashion, Shirer doesn’t point out that Laos and Cambodia had already been invaded by the North Vietnamese and was being used for transporting weapons and supplies south. Cambodia was being used as a sanctuary, a supply depot and a staging point for attacks against the South Vietnamese.

Or that Gen. Giap thought about surrender after the Tet Offensive until he saw the news reports from the US. It was in fact the anti-war movement in the US that prolonged Vietnam War.

What happened when we left Vietnam? What happened to the Cambodians? What happened to the South Vietnamese after Saigon fell? Do you know who the “Boat People” were? Have you ever heard of the Sino-Vietnamese war? We gave peace a chance yet the fighting in SE Asia went on for another 20 years after we left. So much for the anti-war approach.

Peace is a lot harder than war. In the human experience, peace is simply war deterred. Nearly every nation in the world has been to war with its neighbor at least once. Hoping for peace without preparing for war is like trying to end hunger without planting a crop.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#28697 Feb 12, 2013
UIdiotraceMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
Demilitarization for Democracy
"Dictators or Democracies? U.S. Arms Transfers and Military Training," April 1999
Five nations received over $1 billion in U.S. military support in 1997 - Taiwan ($6 billion), Saudi Arabia ($4.7 billion), Kuwait ($1.4 billion), Turkey ($1.3 billion), and Egypt ($1.2 billion)...( Sixteen more received over $100 million.
Blame America First Last and Only!

Do you believe if the US didn’t sell them weapons, they wouldn’t buy weapons?
Force Majeure

Sweden

#28698 Feb 12, 2013
UIdiotraceMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>mAYBE RED BUTt GRUNT HEAD GOT TO MUCH OF ME!:)
)
It's true that you've been busting his head a lot lately. It's sure he's either got a migraine or a fracture.
REDNECK HIPPIE wrote:
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Boooooooooooooooooooooo
multiple times
Can you re-post that one. It's looks incomplete. You know, like something to do with United Snakes Flunkies - DooDoo, Homeboys, and Colonization.
6USA9 wrote:
<quoted text>Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery
Didn't I say the exact same thing to you?
Force Majeure

Sweden

#28699 Feb 12, 2013
Dave C wrote:
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Laos and Cambodia had already been invaded by the North Vietnamese and was being used for transporting weapons and supplies south.
"Invaded"? Is that what the United Snakes military is doing in Turkey? How about Greece? How about Italy? How about Spain? How about France? How about Vietnam? How about Cambodia? How about Laos? How about the Philippines? How about Irak?
Dave C wrote:
<quoted text>It was in fact the anti-war movement in the US that prolonged Vietnam War.
You're awfully stupid, Davey Boy. The anti-war movement ended the war. It was the United Snakes that started that war and prolonged it. What do you think any "ANTI-WAR" movement is about? Dumbass.
Dave C wrote:
<quoted text>What happened when we left Vietnam?
The Vietnamese people ruled over their own country, that is "what happened". No longer the Japanese. No longer the French. No longer the United Snakes.
Dave C wrote:
<quoted text>
What happened when we left Vietnam? What happened to the Cambodians? What happened to the South Vietnamese after Saigon fell?
What happened when Britain left the United Snakes? Civil war, that's what. The United Snakes invaded Mexico and stole Texas, that's what. The United Snakes murdered millions of Indians, that's what. The United Snakes invaded and monopolized Cuba's natural resources, that's what. The United Snakes invaded Canada, that's what. The United Snakes provoked a war with Japan, that's what. The United Snakes destroyed the democratic government of Iran, that's what. The United Snakes invaded Irak, that's what. The United snakes invaded Nicaragua, that's what. The United Snakes invaded Grenada, that's what. The United Snakes invaded San Salvadore, that's what.

More questions?

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#28700 Feb 12, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
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"Invaded"? Is that what the United Snakes military is doing in Turkey? How
<quoted text>
What happened when Britain left the United Snakes? Civil war, that's what. The United Snakes invaded Mexico and stole Texas, that's what. The United Snakes murdered millions of Indians, that's what. The United Snakes invaded and monopolized Cuba's natural resources, that's what. The United Snakes invaded Canada, that's what. The United Snakes provoked a war with Japan, that's what. The United Snakes destroyed the democratic government of Iran, that's what. The United Snakes invaded Irak, that's what. The United snakes invaded Nicaragua, that's what. The United Snakes invaded Grenada, that's what. The United Snakes invaded San Salvadore, that's what.
More questions?
That's quite a long-winded list of rhetorical questions from a lowlife
ex-pat who consistently lies about his accomplishments.

Isn't it, Nelly?
Maybe what you could do to remedy your piled up BS is to actually ANSWER some of the simpler questions asked of you. Now tell me more about the pre-WW2 naval 'blockade' of Japan by the US, old fool.
Force Majeure

Sweden

#28701 Feb 12, 2013
Davey Sez wrote:
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It was in fact the anti-war movement in the US that prolonged Vietnam War ....... the fighting in SE Asia went on for another 20 years after we left. So much for the anti-war approach.

Everybody knows that we were pretty-near to killing all of the Communist in North and South Vietnam and they would have all been dead before 20 more years. But no! All of those anti-war nuts insisted that killing was not the way to peace! Yeah, OK, Vietnam finally got peace but it took a whole 20 years!!!!! We could have napalmed every living thing in Vietnam in about 19 years and be done with it!
Seek help Davey Boy. Seek help.

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