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“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#34268 Apr 21, 2013
DUNG wrote:
HERE'S THE CLASSICAL CLINICAL SIGNS OF DEEP PHILOLOGICAL BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS
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Why doesn't your stinking third world rat hole have an electrical grid, fool? Ask your wealthy 'leaders' about it.
DENG

Nanjing, China

#34269 Apr 21, 2013
YEP, FUCKFACE, KARL MARX SAID HUMAN HISTORY MOVES AND EVOLVES, AND YOU AND THE OTHERS SAY IT IS STATIC, SO WHO'S CORRECT HERE, KARL MARX OR THE SIMPLE TERRORIST THINKER WHO CAN'T COMPOSE A DECENT SENTENCE????
An NFL Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
Since when does your fat Kimmie care about your wishes, cretin?
The rest of the world knows your ancient Marxist theories only work to keep fools such as you poor while your fat 'leader' and his friends have a party.
They grow chubby while the rest of the country starves, and you're a fool for not even realising what goes on in your own backward country.
DENG

Nanjing, China

#34270 Apr 21, 2013
HERE'S THE CLASSICAL CLINICAL SIGNS OF DEEP PHILOLOGICAL BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS.

HEY FUCKFACE, STICK TO THE DISCUSSION, IT'S NOT ABOUT ELECTRICITY BUT YOUR ECCENTRICITIES.
An NFL Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
Why doesn't your stinking third world rat hole have an electrical grid, fool? Ask your wealthy 'leaders' about it.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#34272 Apr 21, 2013
DUNG wrote:
YEP, FUCK MY FACE WITH THE ROTTEN DICK OF KARL MARX! SAID HUMAN HISTORY MOVES AND EVOLVES, AND YOU AND THE OTHERS SAY IT IS STATIC, SO WHO'S CORRECT HERE,
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Again, your creepy despots feed antiquated Marxism to the poor masses to keep them poor. You don't even know what goes on in your own country, stooge.
Why doesn't primitive North Korea have paved roads?

Your English is stilted and clumsy, fool.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#34273 Apr 21, 2013
DUNG wrote:
HEY FUCK MY FACE, STICK TO THE DISCUSSION, IT'S NOT ABOUT ELECTRICITY BUT YOUR ECCENTRICITIES.
<quoted text>
More clumsy word play, fool. Your barbaric country can't even feed its own peasants.
DENG

Nanjing, China

#34276 Apr 21, 2013
HERE'S THE CLASSICAL CLINICAL SIGNS OF DEEP PHILOLOGICAL BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS.

HEY FUCKFACE, STICK TO THE DISCUSSION, IT'S NOT ABOUT ELECTRICITY BUT YOUR ECCENTRICITIES.

AND DR. KIM IS INSPECTING THE DELL COMPUTER FACTORY SITE TODAY; NOTHING CAN STOP IT; YU LOSE AGAIN.
An NFL Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
More clumsy word play, fool. Your barbaric country can't even feed its own peasants.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#34278 Apr 21, 2013
DUNG wrote:
AND DIRTY KIM IS MOLESTING THE DULL FACTORY SKANKS TODAY; NOTHING CAN STOP IT; HE LOSES AGAIN.
<quoted text>
Dell has NO plans to build in your barbarous country, fool. How does it feel knowing your fat little despot just deleted more than 50,000 jobs from your feeble economy?
DENG

Nanjing, China

#34279 Apr 22, 2013
YA GOTTA HANG OBAMA AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE--THE SOONER THE BETTER--TO STOP HIS HORRIFIC WAR CRIMES AND THE ASSAULT ON THE PEOPLE'S HUMAN RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS IN AMERICA.
DENG

Nanjing, China

#34283 Apr 22, 2013
plans

HERE'S THE CLASSICAL CLINICAL SIGNS OF DEEP PHILOLOGICAL BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS.

HEY FUCKFACE, STICK TO THE DISCUSSION, IT'S NOT ABOUT ELECTRICITY BUT YOUR ECCENTRICITIES.

AND DR. KIM IS INSPECTING THE DELL COMPUTER FACTORY SITE TODAY; NOTHING CAN STOP IT; YU LOSE AGAIN.

ASIA IS ONE BIG FAMILY ONCE SOMEONE KNOCKS THE JAPANESE INTO LINE.

BUY DELL COMPUTER AS IT HAS THE VERY BEST WARRANTY AND ENGINEERING; IT'S THE MOST POPULAR COMPUTER IN ASIA AND DELL HAS BIG PLANS HERE.
An NFL Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
Dell has NO plans to build in your barbarous country, fool. How does it feel knowing your fat little despot just deleted more than 50,000 jobs from your feeble economy?

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#34284 Apr 22, 2013
DUNG wrote:
plans

BUY DELL COMPUTER AS IT HAS THE VERY BEST WARRANTY AND ENGINEERING; IT'S THE MOST POPULAR COMPUTER IN ASIA AND DELL HAS BIG PLANS HERE.
<quoted text>
Fat little Kimmie has closed the factory complex shared with South Korea. NO one will risk capital to build any sort of production facility in your backward feudal country.

You area fool.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#34285 Apr 22, 2013
Captain O wrote:
"Capitalism, in its highest form of development, imperialism, uses the culture of war to accumulate wealth through its colonial and neo-colonial exploitation of the Third-World.
As Lenin described, this was already true in the 19th Century:
"Peace reigned in Europe, but this was because domination over hundreds of millions of people in the colonies by the European nations was sustained only through constant, incessant, interminable wars, which we Europeans do not regard as wars at all, since all too often they resembled, not wars, but brutal massacres, the wholesale slaughter of unarmed peoples."
"The highest level of violence is directed by imperialism against revolutionary movements and socialist states."
Assad's Syria is the last socialist state, which -- just like Saddam's socialist state -- is brutally being destroyed with hundreds of thousands of innocent children, women and men being slaughtered by the U.S. imperialists.
That view is about as backward as Lenin. Japan has the third largest economy in the world despite the fact in lost land and resources during WW2 and only maintains a small defense force.

Before WW2, the Soviets had a military larger than the rest of the world combined and how did the use it? They invaded Finland, Romania, the Baltic States and finally they teamed up with Hitler to invade Poland and start WW2.

Communism was never voted in and was never a “workers” revolution, it was always a “peasants” revolution. It was imposed and maintained at gunpoint and when Gorbachev let the world know he would no longer enforce its tyranny the whole thing collapsed. Not one new communist country has arose since.

Syria joined the coalition against Saddam in 1991 so even then they were willing to fight in order to evict him from Kuwait. Syria ranks 157 out of 167 countries on the Democracy Index-apparently you equate socialist countries with authoritarianism. So do I.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#34289 Apr 22, 2013
Captain O wrote:
"The external culture of war is only the tip of an iceberg; the internal culture of war is even greater.
As Lenin stated in 1905: "... the standing army is used not so much against the external enemy as against the internal enemy.
Everywhere the standing army has become the weapon of reaction, the servant of capital in its struggle against labour..."
This is true in the United States where there have been an average of 18 internal military interventions using on average 12,000 troops per year from 1886 to 1990.
Capitalist society is shaped by the culture of war from top to bottom. All of the eight aspects of a culture of war are evident in capitalism:"
For example:
"Authoritarian structures of power.
Capitalism, by its very nature, requires that the government represent the interests of the capitalists against the interests of the workers whom they exploit, both at home and abroad.
Where possible, capitalism tries to give the appearance of democracy, but it is a sham.
As Lenin described, "A democratic republic is the best possible political shell for capitalism, and, therefore, once capital has gained possession of this very best shell ... it establishes its power so securely, so firmly, that no change of persons, institutions or parties in the bourgeois-democratic republic can shake it."
Also, as mentioned above by Lenin, capitalists do not hesitate to break their own democratic rules in order to destroy revolutionary movements."
Lenin said that in 1905 and then when he came to power he proceeded to build the largest standing army in the world.

The US military hasn’t been used against the civilian population of the US in peace time since the Bonus Army in 1932.

Communism wasn’t a revolutionary movement. It was a franchised dictatorship supported and directed by Moscow. Once the Soviets collapsed Eastern Europe couldn’t get rid of the rotten system fast enough. Eventually China, Vietnam and even Korea will also throw it on the trash heap of history.

If capitalism is “shaped by a culture of war” please explain why Japan has the third largest economy in the world.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#34290 Apr 22, 2013
Captain A-Hole wrote:
"The external culture of war is only the tip of an iceberg; the internal culture of war is even greater.
ry movements."
Dry-as-dirt platitudes from Lenin, Nelly? No wonder they want to finally bury his corpse.

"In January 2011, the United Russia party created a website where visitors could vote whether Lenin's body should be buried, and seventy percent of Russians were in favor of his burial."
quickdraw

United States

#34291 Apr 22, 2013
OMG....mama's boy is at it again. I take a 5 year l.o.a. and thought I'd take a peek at this miserable website and what do I see AGAIN? ANOTHER American Soldiers thread. LMAO!
CP. U so need a f' n life. You sad little lonely man.
How many is this now? I lost count.
Nothing like a plagiarizing panzy ass who has nothing better else to do with his sorry excuse of a lonely life.
Lets see....I'm thinking your goal is to reach American Soldiers 5000th thread. LOL!!! Go ahead mama's boy. Whatever "rocks" your boat.~smh~

1USA1

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 12

Tanner Flats

#34292 Apr 22, 2013
An NFL Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
Dry-as-dirt platitudes from Lenin, Nelly? No wonder they want to finally bury his corpse.
"In January 2011, the United Russia party created a website where visitors could vote whether Lenin's body should be buried, and seventy percent of Russians were in favor of his burial."
Lenin should be buried in the city landfill.
DENG

Nanjing, China

#34293 Apr 22, 2013
"Capitalism, in its highest form of development, imperialism, uses the culture of war to accumulate wealth through its colonial and neo-colonial exploitation of the Third-World.

As Lenin described, this was already true in the 19th Century:
"Peace reigned in Europe, but this was because domination over hundreds of millions of people in the colonies by the European nations was sustained only through constant, incessant, interminable wars, which we Europeans do not regard as wars at all, since all too often they resembled, not wars, but brutal massacres, the wholesale slaughter of unarmed peoples."

"The highest level of violence is directed by imperialism against revolutionary movements and socialist states."

Assad's Syria is the last socialist state, which -- just like Saddam's socialist state -- is brutally being destroyed with hundreds of thousands of innocent children, women and men being slaughtered by the U.S. imperialists.

HEY DAVE C THE UNITED STATES PEOPLE LIVE IN A PHILOSOPHICAL CAVE MISSING LIGHT RAYS OF REALITY, THEY'RE CAVEMEN.
Dave C wrote:
<quoted text>
That view is about as backward as Lenin. Japan has the third largest economy in the world despite the fact in lost land and resources during WW2 and only maintains a small defense force.
Before WW2, the Soviets had a military larger than the rest of the world combined and how did the use it? They invaded Finland, Romania, the Baltic States and finally they teamed up with Hitler to invade Poland and start WW2.
Communism was never voted in and was never a “workers” revolution, it was always a “peasants” revolution. It was imposed and maintained at gunpoint and when Gorbachev let the world know he would no longer enforce its tyranny the whole thing collapsed. Not one new communist country has arose since.
Syria joined the coalition against Saddam in 1991 so even then they were willing to fight in order to evict him from Kuwait. Syria ranks 157 out of 167 countries on the Democracy Index-apparently you equate socialist countries with authoritarianism. So do I.
DENG

Nanjing, China

#34294 Apr 22, 2013
"Capitalism, by its very nature, requires that the government represent the interests of the capitalists against the interests of the workers whom they exploit, both at home and abroad."

IT'S VERY DIFFICULT KNOWING THE WHERE-ABOUTS OF LENIN THESE DAYS AS THE "OPPORTUNISM IN POLITICS" LENIN ADVOCATED HAS TAKEN A STRONG ROOT AND IT'S CERTAINLY CLEAR LENIN'S THINKING IS HARD AT WORK REPLACING THE DICTATORSHIP IN THE USA. OF COURSE THE LENINISTS ARE SO GOOD AT THEIR WORK IT'S DIFFICULT TO DETECT THIS.
Captain O wrote:
"The external culture of war is only the tip of an iceberg; the internal culture of war is even greater.

As Lenin stated in 1905: "... the standing army is used not so much against the external enemy as against the internal enemy.
Everywhere the standing army has become the weapon of reaction, the servant of capital in its struggle against labour..."
This is true in the United States where there have been an average of 18 internal military interventions using on average 12,000 troops per year from 1886 to 1990.

Capitalist society is shaped by the culture of war from top to bottom. All of the eight aspects of a culture of war are evident in capitalism:"

For example:

"Authoritarian structures of power.

Capitalism, by its very nature, requires that the government represent the interests of the capitalists against the interests of the workers whom they exploit, both at home and abroad.

Where possible, capitalism tries to give the appearance of democracy, but it is a sham.

As Lenin described, "A democratic republic is the best possible political shell for capitalism, and, therefore, once capital has gained possession of this very best shell ... it establishes its power so securely, so firmly, that no change of persons, institutions or parties in the bourgeois-democratic republic can shake it."

Also, as mentioned above by Lenin, capitalists do not hesitate to break their own democratic rules in order to destroy revolutionary movements."
"Authoritarian structures of power.
Capitalism, by its very nature, requires that the government represent the interests of the capitalists against the interests of the workers whom they exploit, both at home and abroad.
Where possible, capitalism tries to give the appearance of democracy, but it is a sham.
As Lenin described, "A democratic republic is the best possible political shell for capitalism, and, therefore, once capital has gained possession of this very best shell ... it establishes its power so securely, so firmly, that no change of persons, institutions or parties in the bourgeois-democratic republic can shake it."
Also, as mentioned above by Lenin, capitalists do not hesitate to break their own democratic rules in order to destroy revolutionary movements."

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#34295 Apr 22, 2013
DUNG wrote:
HEY DAVE C THE UNITED STATES PEOPLE LIVE IN A PHILOSOPHICAL CAVE MISSING LIGHT RAYS OF REALITY, THEY'RE CAVEMEN.
<quoted text>
Funny when a lowly vassal from a barbaric nation such as yours declares such crap. Do you understand the meaning of irony, stooge?
DENG

Nanjing, China

#34296 Apr 22, 2013
"The external culture of war is only the tip of an iceberg; the internal culture of war is even greater.

As Lenin stated in 1905: "... the standing army is used not so much against the external enemy as against the internal enemy.
Everywhere the standing army has become the weapon of reaction, the servant of capital in its struggle against labour..."
This is true in the United States where there have been an average of 18 internal military interventions using on average 12,000 troops per year from 1886 to 1990.

Capitalist society is shaped by the culture of war from top to bottom. All of the eight aspects of a culture of war are evident in capitalism:"

For example:

"Authoritarian structures of power.

Capitalism, by its very nature, requires that the government represent the interests of the capitalists against the interests of the workers whom they exploit, both at home and abroad.

Where possible, capitalism tries to give the appearance of democracy, but it is a sham.

As Lenin described, "A democratic republic is the best possible political shell for capitalism, and, therefore, once capital has gained possession of this very best shell ... it establishes its power so securely, so firmly, that no change of persons, institutions or parties in the bourgeois-democratic republic can shake it."

Also, as mentioned above by Lenin, capitalists do not hesitate to break their own democratic rules in order to destroy revolutionary movements."

THE FOLLOWERS OF KARL MARX ARE WAY PAST THE STAGE IN WORLD HISTORY OF "LARGE STANDING ARMIES" AND ARE MORE LIKELY TO RELY ON HIGH TECHNOLOGY TO DEFEND THEMSELVES, WITHOUT THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE WESTERN DICTATORSHIPS, OF COURSE.
Dave C wrote:
<quoted text>
Lenin said that in 1905 and then when he came to power he proceeded to build the largest standing army in the world.
The US military hasn’t been used against the civilian population of the US in peace time since the Bonus Army in 1932.
Communism wasn’t a revolutionary movement. It was a franchised dictatorship supported and directed by Moscow. Once the Soviets collapsed Eastern Europe couldn’t get rid of the rotten system fast enough. Eventually China, Vietnam and even Korea will also throw it on the trash heap of history.
If capitalism is “shaped by a culture of war” please explain why Japan has the third largest economy in the world.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#34297 Apr 22, 2013
DUNG wrote:
" OF COURSE THE LENINISTS ARE SO GOOD AT THEIR WORK IT'S DIFFICULT TO DETECT THIS.
<quoted text>
Whereas in your feudal kingdom, all that fat boy dictator of yours needs to keep people in line is a whip and the threat of starvation.

Why doesn't primitive North Korea have an electrical grid?

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