UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#30146 Mar 1, 2013
Crime and Punishment
by Wayne Ellwood
New Internationalisst magazine, December 2005

US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger supervised the carpet bombing of Cambodia in the early 1970s which killed more than half-a-million civilians and paved the way for the Khmer Rouge victory two years later. Margaret Thatcher, Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan all supported the regime after it was driven from power. And China supplied Pol Pot with weapons throughout the 1980s. Because of this the genocide was buried for nearly 20 years. The Khmer Rouge survived until 1992,
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#30147 Mar 1, 2013
Douglas. F. Dowd, Broken Promises of America, vol 2, p497

It is vital to note that when the bombing began Cambodia was a neutral nation;, therefore, to bomb it would be illegal in U.S. law. For that reason, it was kept secret even from the pilots doing the bombing.

The bombing began on March 17, 1969. By the time it ended, 14 months later, 3,630 bombing raids-raids not flights-had been carried out by flights of 50 or so 8-engined B-52s flying mostly from Guam or Okinawa.

When the planes took off the pilots had been given "legitimate" targets in Vietnam; as they reached Vietnam, they were given p coordinates by radio: in Cambodia. We know that from the sworn testimony of one of the pilots.(SHAWCROSS)

Each plane carried dozens of 750-lb. bombs: carpet bombs. The planes dropping them were 30,000 + feet above the target, safe from any danger from below or nearby, and unable even to imagine what or who they were hitting, burning, killing.

All of that is disgusting in itself; the way in which the targets were named by Kissinger and Nixon turns disgust into revulsion: The overall name of our leaders' murderous plans for Cambodia was "Menu," with the progression of targets named "Breakfast," "Lunch," "Snack," "Dinner," "Dessert," and "Supper." (SHAWCROSS)

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#30148 Mar 1, 2013
IDIOT wrote:
Crime and Punishment

pplied Pol Pot with weapons throughout the 1980s. Because of this the genocide was buried for nearly 20 years. The Khmer Rouge survived until 1992,
It's much more funny when rather than dumping spam, you try to express your dumb thoughts in your own clumsy words, Somalian.

Entertain me!
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#30149 Mar 1, 2013
American scholar Anthony Judt,
United States of Europe, p14

"The U. S. is a selfish, individualistic society devoted to commerce, profit, and the despoliation of the planet. It is uncaring of the poor and sick and it is indifferent to the rest of humankind. The U.S. rides roughshod over international laws and treaties and threatens the moral, environmental, and physical future of humanity. It is inconsistent and hypocritical in its foreign dealings, and it wields unparalleled military clout.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#30150 Mar 1, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
<quoted text>
Also ....... Doesn't it have to be proven that his "purpose" was to aid the enemy in order for him to be guilty of "the big one"? I'm sure even you must realize that was not his purpose, and ........ before you even say it - NO ONE's life was at risk because of his alleged actions.
We know the peace movement prolonged the Vietnam War even if it wasn’t their intention. You can be found guilty of murder because of gross negligence even though you never intended to harm anyone. There is a fine line between whistle blowing, protesting, and giving aid comfort to the enemy. I will leave it up to the judge to determine if he crossed it.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#30151 Mar 1, 2013
UNITED STATES INTERVENTIONS SINCE 1945:
MILITARY INTERVENTIONS, COVERT OPERATIONS, COUPS AND ATTEMPTED COUPS, ELECTION INTERFERENCE, REGIME CHANGE, COLOR REVOLUTIONS
Hiroshima and Nagasaki (Japan), Philippines, South Korea, Lebanon, Iran, Guatemala, Cuba, Congo/Zaire, Brazil,
Greece, Poland, Turkey, Dominican Republic, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Chile, Angola, East TImor, Nicaragua,
Grenada, Panama, Kyrgyzstan, Haiti, Yugoslavia, Georgia, Ukraine, Argentina, Ghana, Venezuela, Bolivia, Hondoras,
Paraguay, Mexico, El Salvador, Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan, Somalia, Pakistan, Yemen, Tunesia, Egypt, Libya, Syria, Russia...

"If Nuremberg were applied, then every post-war American president would have been hanged."
Noam Chomsky

aBOVE IS JUST TIP OF iCEBERG OF obnoxious US militaristic interventionist Imperialism Empire.

“Bright Waters House ”

Since: Jun 07

Manhattan, New York

#30152 Mar 1, 2013
You've NEVER been to NY have you Dingus, there is nothing wrong with the air in the city
John Brown wrote:
<quoted text>just like new york cally may not be as bad but our air is... shit thousand of people die every year. rad how about how are water is not fit to drink and the food...hope you are working on your food storage.and some kind of shelter...bet that would be hard to do in new york...maybe you can dig a hole in central park...
Max

Montréal, Canada

#30153 Mar 1, 2013
Whisgean Zoda wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh for sure dude, because I have THAT much power and influence over people LOL. You may find the end of my argument depressing but don't blame me for it, it was just a simple observation.
You re just doing a great job at defending a point that cannot be defended, pretty much saying we should all "suck it up".
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#30154 Mar 1, 2013
An NFL Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
It's much more funny when rather than dumping spam, you try to express your dumb thoughts in your own clumsy words, Somalian.
Entertain me!
Not a Somalain but An American Antiwar Advocator. look u US barbarian warmonger that over 179 nations had give you the big middle Finger. yea i'm gonna entertain you today with more postings. BWHAHHAHA, you war mongering psycho.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#30155 Mar 1, 2013
The George W. Bush Doctrine on U.S. foreign Policy:
(1) The U.S. claims the right to preemptive use of military power, including nuclear weapons;
(2) The U.S. will not be bound by international treaties or agreements if these are deemed by the government to interfere with our national self-interest;
(3) The U.S. will actively work to prevent the emergence of any strategic rival on the world scene;
(4) The U.S. will use military policy and power to advance the interests of U.S. capitalism around the world."
Bill Keach, Illusion and Reality,

Look like Obama is following in most footstep of warmongering Bushjr Admin.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#30156 Mar 1, 2013
" U.S. Ieaders commit war crimes as a matter of institutional necessity, as their imperial role calls for keeping subordinate peoples in their proper place and assuring a "favorable climate of investment" everywhere. They do this by using their economic power, but also (by means of "bombs bursting in the air" and) by supporting Diem, Mobutu, Pinochet, Suharto, Savimbi, Marcos, Fujimori, Salinas, and scores of similar leaders. War crimes also come easily because U.S. Ieaders consider themselves to be the vehicles of a higher morality and truth and can operate in violation of law without cost. It is also immensely helpful that their mainstream media agree that their country is above the law and will support and rationalize each and every venture and the commission of war crimes. "
Edward Herman

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#30157 Mar 1, 2013
IDIOT wrote:
treaties and threatens the moral, environmental, and physical future of humanity. It is inconsistent and hypocritical in its foreign dealings, and it wields unparalleled military clout.
So you actually believe you're supporting some sort of debate with that copy/pasted crap, Somalian peasant? You're as dumb as that other hillbilly creep.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#30158 Mar 1, 2013
Throughout the world, on any given day, a man, woman or child is likely to be displaced, tortured, killed or "disappeared", at the hands of governments or armed political groups. More often than not, the United States shares the blame."
Amnesty International for Human Rights

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#30159 Mar 1, 2013
IDIOT wrote:
<quoted text>Not a Somalain but An American Antiwar gonna entertain you today with more postings. BWHAHHAHA, you war mongering psycho.
There isn't the slightest chance you're American, Somalian slob. Why lie?
John Brown

Oklahoma City, OK

#30160 Mar 1, 2013
RADEKT wrote:
You've NEVER been to NY have you Dingus, there is nothing wrong with the air in the city
<quoted text>
rad what's wrong with your statement you know dam well it is polluted as it is in every city.I really expected more from you.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#30161 Mar 1, 2013
RADEKT wrote:
You've NEVER been to NY have you Dingus, there is nothing wrong with the air in the city
<quoted text>
That's the truth. The air in NYC is just fine, and that hillbilly just showed his ignorant, untraveled hand.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#30162 Mar 1, 2013
"Some of the character traits exhibited by serial killers or criminals may be observed in many within the political arena. They share the traits of psychopaths who are not sensitive to altruistic appeals, such as sympathy for their victims or remorse or guilt over their crimes. They possess the personality traits of lying, narcissism, selfishness, and vanity. These are the people to whom we have entrusted our fate. Is it any wonder that America is failing at home and world-wide?"
Jim Kouri, National Law Enforcement Examiner -
CPP, the fifth Vice President and Public Information Officer of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, has served on the National Drug Task Force ...

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#30164 Mar 1, 2013
John Brown wrote:
<quoted text>Dave does the truth hurt you....because it is the truth. If I could afford a island I would be gone in a new york minute.
You and I are obviously living in two different countries. The only rights I have lost in my lifetime are the right to smoke anywhere I want and the right to decide whether to wear a seatbelt or not. The US is the world’s largest Full Democracy while DENG’s DPK has the least democracy of any country in the world. Even Vietnam where you have “two people watching one” has more democracy.

Iceland is listed as the world’s most democratic country. It’s an island. Think about it.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#30165 Mar 1, 2013
"American policymakers, setting themselves up as guardians of the world system, are more inclined than ever to simply disregard international laws and conventions if they get in the way of unrivaled military supremacy. Every instance of U.S. armed intervention ... represents a flagrant violation of regional treaties and laws, not to mention the UN Charter itself, which explicitly prohibits military attacks against sovereign nations - for example, Grenada, Nicaragua, Haiti, Panama, Serbia, and Iraq. In any event, the U.S. has consistently shown its contempt for international bodies, agreements, and procedures that might conflict with its hegemonic aspirations."
Carl Boggs

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#30166 Mar 1, 2013
John Brown Nose wrote:
<quoted text>rad what's wrong with your statement you know dam well it is polluted as it is in every city.I really expected more from you.
'every city'

Your blanket statements are typical of your unschooled ilk, hick.
How long were you in prison?

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