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uIDIOTMAKEWORLDP EACE

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#39992 Aug 25, 2013
author/source
Jim Garrison, New Orleans District Attorney, prosecutor in the JFK assassination conspiracy trial

"
War is the biggest business in America.

USA_1

“For F***'s Sake”

Since: Aug 13

Tanner Flats

#39993 Aug 25, 2013
uIDIOTsomalianPirateMAKEWORLDP EACE wrote:
author/source
Jim Garrison, New Orleans District Attorney, prosecutor in the JFK assassination conspiracy trial
"
War is the biggest business in America.
You already used this one in a previous post CHOCOLATE FACE, Jim Garrison is a cheap political hack, ignorant fool. <¦-o
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#39994 Aug 25, 2013
who wrote:
<quoted text>
Hello Crusty.
What do you think about this chemical weapons thing, has it changed your view on intervention?
I see the Iranians have warned that any over stepping of the "red line" by the US will result in serious consequences....whatever that means.
It's a given that the Russians and the Chinese will veto any UN resolution that allows for military force, so any action would have to be done without a UN mandate and against Russian and Chinese interests.
It's a real mess.
A mess indeed. It would seem ASSad Jr. is going to kill more than his father. The Iranians can piss off. So can the russians and chinese for that matter. As we've seen repeatedly(especially with the Chinese) They're all talk(and talk and talk and talk and talk)and no action.
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDP EACE

United States

#39995 Aug 25, 2013
USA_1 wrote:
<quoted text>You already used this one in a previous post CHOCOLATE FACE, Jim Garrison is a cheap political hack, ignorant fool. <¦-o
Not a Somalian , you paranoid ! Don't like him other good/moral US leaders will confirm what i'm conversing about.
Humanity Is Drowning In Washington’s Criminality
Paul Craig Roberts (left because US corruption), Assistant Secretary of the Treasury during President Reagan’s first term. He was Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal...
08/13/'13
"Americans will soon be locked into an unaccountable police state unless US Representatives and Senators find the courage to ask questions and to sanction the executive branch officials who break the law, violate the Constitution, withhold information from Congress, and give false information about their crimes against law, the Constitution, the American people and those in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Guantanamo, and elsewhere. Congress needs to use the impeachment power that the Constitution provides and cease being subservient to the lawless executive branch. The US faces no threat that justifies the lawlessness and abuse of police powers that characterize the executive branch in the 21st century."
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#39996 Aug 25, 2013
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
author/source
Jim Garrison, New Orleans District Attorney, prosecutor in the JFK assassination conspiracy trial
"
War is the biggest business in America.
And how much "American" oil and business did you use today, Doc Hypocrite?

Did you receive your
"on order" car yet?
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#39997 Aug 25, 2013
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
Former U.N weapons inspector Scott Ritter, Boston, 2001, about planned US war on Iraq
The First Casualty. editorial
In These Times, Nov 2002. p1
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The national security of the United States of America has been hijacked by a handful of neoconservatives who are using their position of authority to pursue their own ideologically driven political ambitions, and the day we go to war for that reason is the day that we have failed collectively as a nation.
Is that why the "neocons" have left Iraq?

Doc Hypocrite?

U do know ritter is a child molester don't u?
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#39998 Aug 25, 2013
Roosevelt wrote:
What?
<quoted text>
Hey, that's what I said when I read your post.

"The virtual Major Hasan is guilty on 13 counts."

That post sounded very much like something Ventura would blurt. Doesn't it?
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#39999 Aug 25, 2013
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
US Scramble for Africa, Katharine Ainger,
Africa is vastly rich in natural resources but the continent has paid a terrible price for this wealth. In the past decade horrendous wars in Angola, Sierra Leone, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan and Liberia have been fuelled by fighting for control over diamonds, timber, gold, minerals and oil.
Wha!?!?!?

couldn't be!!! The Sudan is loaded with Chinese"peace" keepers~and chinese weapons as well.

Doc H

I bet there is gold in the computer your using right now.
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDP EACE

United States

#40000 Aug 25, 2013
courteous europhobe wrote:
<quoted text>And how much "American" oil and business did you use today, Doc Hypocrite?
Did you receive your
"on order" car yet?
Look Miss war monger, not a Doc hyprocrite! U biggest Ms War monger who protect evil.

U.S. State Department, 1945
"
Middle East oil is a stupendous source of strategic power, and one of the greatest material prizes in world history."

==
author/source
Henry Kissinger, cited in
The Hostage Nation, The Guardian (London) Hans von Sponek and Denis Haliday, Nov 29, 2001

Addicted to War, p27

Oil is much too important a commodity to be left in the hands of the Arabs
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDP EACE

United States

#40002 Aug 25, 2013
courteous europhobe wrote:
<quoted text>Wha!?!?!?
couldn't be!!! The Sudan is loaded with Chinese"peace" keepers~and chinese weapons as well.
Doc H
I bet there is gold in the computer your using right now.
Not a doc Hypocrite, you worst one you Miss War monger Hypocrite! US want Sadan for its raw resources ! Instead of use War to plunder other nations raw resources , our US should have use diplomacy and trade to acquire it. As to China use Diplomacy and build other nations infrastructure is winning and our US is losing because use of war and Hard Power ... As to China not going to give up its rare Strategic metal for Computer manufacturing to the bully US militaristic Imperailist agendas.
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#40003 Aug 25, 2013
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>Look Miss war monger, not a Doc hyprocrite! U biggest Ms War monger who protect evil.
U.S. State Department, 1945
"
Middle East oil is a stupendous source of strategic power, and one of the greatest material prizes in world history."
==
author/source
Henry Kissinger, cited in
The Hostage Nation, The Guardian (London) Hans von Sponek and Denis Haliday, Nov 29, 2001
Addicted to War, p27
Oil is much too important a commodity to be left in the hands of the Arabs
1941?

2001

?????

Doc H

how about something a little more current

OXFORD, United Kingdom--A U.S. shale boom could slash 25% off the revenue African producers get from oil, Nigeria's oil minister said at a conference Friday.

The remarks are the sharpest warning so far by oil producers as they grapple with the decline of U.S. imports.

"Shale oil has been identified as one of the most serious threats for African producers," Diezani Alison-Madueke said, calling the new production a cause for great concern. "[It] could lead to pressure on oil prices and a global oil glut."

As a result, "African oil producers could lose 25%" of their oil revenue, she said.

Angola recently said China could compensate for a decline in U.S. imports, but Ms. Alison-Madueke said "China too is exploring shale" and warned of a "possible decline in China" imports, too.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142412788...
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDP EACE

United States

#40004 Aug 25, 2013
Michael Parenti
"
The record of US international violence just in the last decade is greater than anything that any socialist nation has ever perpetrated in its entire history. US forces or proxy mercenary forces wreaked massive death and destruction upon Iraq, Mozambique, Angola, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, East Timor, Libya, and other countries. In the span of a few months, President Clinton bombed four countries: Sudan, Afghanistan, Iraq repeatedly, and Yugoslavia massively. At the same time, the US national security state was involved in proxy wars in Angola, Mexico (Chiapas), Colombia, East Timor, and various other places. And US forces occupied Macedonia, Bosnia, Kosovo, and Afghanistan, and were deployed across the globe at some 300 major overseas bases- all in the name of peace, democracy, national security, counter-terrorism, and humanitarianism.
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#40005 Aug 25, 2013
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>Not a doc Hypocrite, you worst one you Miss War monger Hypocrite! US want Sadan for its raw resources ! Instead of use War to plunder other nations raw resources , our US should have use diplomacy and trade to acquire it. As to China use Diplomacy and build other nations infrastructure is winning and our US is losing because use of war and Hard Power ... As to China not going to give up its rare Strategic metal for Computer manufacturing to the bully US militaristic Imperailist agendas.
China has won what, with all it's diplomacy?

29 April 2013 Last updated at 06:58 ET Share this pageEmail Print Share this page

ShareFacebookTwitter.Darfur conflict: Sudan's bloody stalemateBy James Copnall

Sudan analyst

This Darfur boy was wounded when his brother set off some unexploded ordnance near their home
Continue reading the main story
Deadly DarfurDarfuris waiting for peace
Darfur: World's favourite war?
Q&A: Darfur conflict
Who are Sudan's Darfur rebels?

A decade after the disastrous war in Darfur began, there is no end to sight to the fighting.

The intensity of the conflict in Sudan's western region has diminished since its early years, but most of Darfur is still extremely dangerous.

More than 1.4 million displaced people still rely on food handouts in camps throughout Darfur, and many others have fled the country.

The multi-layered conflict has also done colossal damage to Sudan's image: The US and many Western activists have accused the government of genocide.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-223366...

Wake up Doc H.

The Facts: China’s Arms Sales to Sudan

In the run up to the Olympics, China is engaging in a major public relations campaign to downplay its arms sales to Sudan, to belittle the extent of its influence with Khartoum, and to claim credit for playing a positive role in bringing security to Darfur. But the facts of China’s military support for the government of Sudan tell a different story.

Sudan’s military expenditures have risen dramatically since 1997, the year of its first oil exports.

Much of the money for this shopping spree for weapons came from profits made from oil exports to China. And much of the money has gone directly back to China, for purchases of small arms and other military equipment by Sudan.

http://www.humanrightsfirst.org/our-work/crim...
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDP EACE

United States

#40006 Aug 25, 2013
American author and professor emeritus of the University of California, San Diego. He served in the Korean War, was a consultant for the CIA from 1967 to 1973, and chaired the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of California, Berkeley from 1967 to 1972. He was also president and co-founder with Steven Clemons of the Japan Policy Research Institute (now based at the University of San Francisco), an organization promoting public education about Japan and Asia.

"Today, the military is an entirely mercenary force, made up of volunteers paid salaries by the Pentagon. Although the military still tries to invoke the public's support for a force made up of fellow citizens, this force is increasingly separated from civilian interests and devoted to military ones.
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDP EACE

United States

#40007 Aug 25, 2013
courteous europhobe wrote:
<quoted text>
1941?
2001
?????
Doc H
how about something a little more current
OXFORD, United Kingdom--A U.S. shale boom could slash 25% off the revenue African producers get from oil, Nigeria's oil minister said at a conference Friday.
The remarks are the sharpest warning so far by oil producers as they grapple with the decline of U.S. imports.
"Shale oil has been identified as one of the most serious threats for African producers," Diezani Alison-Madueke said, calling the new production a cause for great concern. "[It] could lead to pressure on oil prices and a global oil glut."
As a result, "African oil producers could lose 25%" of their oil revenue, she said.
Angola recently said China could compensate for a decline in U.S. imports, but Ms. Alison-Madueke said "China too is exploring shale" and warned of a "possible decline in China" imports, too.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142412788...
Shale extraction is expensive operatonwhen over certain price it is not feasible to extract.

And , the African people want USA-AFRICOM- US neo-imperialist militarism out of Africa. China is winning the Africa heart, and US is losing , you figure it out ...
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDP EACE

United States

#40008 Aug 25, 2013
courteous europhobe wrote:
<quoted text>China has won what, with all it's diplomacy?
29 April 2013 Last updated at 06:58 ET Share this pageEmail Print Share this page
ShareFacebookTwitter.Darfur conflict: Sudan's bloody stalemateBy James Copnall
Sudan analyst
This Darfur boy was wounded when his brother set off some unexploded ordnance near their home
Continue reading the main story
Deadly DarfurDarfuris waiting for peace
Darfur: World's favourite war?
Q&A: Darfur conflict
Who are Sudan's Darfur rebels?
A decade after the disastrous war in Darfur began, there is no end to sight to the fighting.
The intensity of the conflict in Sudan's western region has diminished since its early years, but most of Darfur is still extremely dangerous.
More than 1.4 million displaced people still rely on food handouts in camps throughout Darfur, and many others have fled the country.
The multi-layered conflict has also done colossal damage to Sudan's image: The US and many Western activists have accused the government of genocide.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-223366...
Wake up Doc H.
The Facts: China’s Arms Sales to Sudan
In the run up to the Olympics, China is engaging in a major public relations campaign to downplay its arms sales to Sudan, to belittle the extent of its influence with Khartoum, and to claim credit for playing a positive role in bringing security to Darfur. But the facts of China’s military support for the government of Sudan tell a different story.
Sudan’s military expenditures have risen dramatically since 1997, the year of its first oil exports.
Much of the money for this shopping spree for weapons came from profits made from oil exports to China. And much of the money has gone directly back to China, for purchases of small arms and other military equipment by Sudan.
http://www.humanrightsfirst.org/our-work/crim...
china win Africa because diplomacy and BUILDING OTHER nations Infrastructure and US lost because US militaristic neo-imperailism in Africa
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDP EACE

United States

#40009 Aug 25, 2013
courteous europhobe wrote:
<quoted text>
1941?
2001
? ueke said, calling the new production a cause for great concern. "[It] could lead to pressure on oil prices and a global oil glut."
As a result, "African oil producers could lose 25%" of their oil revenue, she said.
Angola recently said China could compensate for a decline in U.S. imports, but Ms. Alison-Madueke said "China too is exploring shale" and warned of a "possible decline in China" imports, too.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142412788...
DUH! u HAVE BRAIN OF grunting Jockhead MS war monger

US still In the Middle East, Africa
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#40010 Aug 25, 2013
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>china win Africa because diplomacy and BUILDING OTHER nations Infrastructure and US lost because US militaristic neo-imperailism in Africa
LOL trading oil for weapons= building infrastructure??

Show me the building in the Sudan Doc H.

Investing in Tragedy makes the case that through its money, arms and politics, China has helped to sustain the violence in the war torn region of Darfur, Sudan. After more than five years of conflict that has left at least 200,000 people dead and more than 2.5 million people homeless, China continues to strengthen its relationship with the government of Sudan despite the government’s record of mass atrocities in Darfur.

http://www.humanrightsfirst.org/our-work/crim...
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#40011 Aug 25, 2013
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>DUH! u HAVE BRAIN OF grunting Jockhead MS war monger
US still In the Middle East, Africa
your point?

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#40012 Aug 25, 2013
uIDIOTMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>china win Africa because diplomacy and BUILDING OTHER nations Infrastructure and US lost because US militaristic neo-imperailism in Africa
No.

The Chinese make no demands about human rights and other issues. They make no attachments to their aid, investments etc..which many African states welcome.

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