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DENG

Nanjing, China

#22410 Nov 27, 2012
Elections in North Korea
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Elections in North Korea are held every five years. At the national level, North Koreans elect a legislature, the Supreme People's Assembly (SPA). In addition to the Supreme People's Assembly, the people elect representatives to city, county, and provincial "people's assemblies".[1][2]

Members of the Supreme People's Assembly are elected to five-year terms, and meet for SPA sessions up to ten days per year.[1] The Supreme People's Assembly elects a standing committee known as the Presidium, which exercises legislative functions when the Assembly is not in session. It also elects the Chairman of the National Defence Commission, the country's chief executive, and the Premier.

NOTICE, FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS IN THE DPR OF KOREA
UidiotraceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#22411 Nov 27, 2012
Dave C wrote:
<quoted text>
Americans have never died to defend Israel, but they have died defending Muslims and Arabs.
Lair, Lair your pant on fire!

Expressing support for the State of Israel's right to defend Israeli sovereignty -- H. Res. 1553. The propaganda behind this resolution is covered in an Activist Post article HERE.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#22413 Nov 27, 2012
UidiotraceMakeWorldPeace wrote:
<quoted text>Not out of context! Readup! But he had experience wars and took time
after to ruminated why are war evil and you should do same and follow his good an wise advice.
President Dwight Eisenhower
"I hate war, as only a soldier who has lived it can, as one who has seen its brutality, it futility, its stupidity... every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies in the final sense a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and not clothed.
Yes, his whole life was dedicated to a principle that you cannot grasp.
“All it takes for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”.

He hated war as all good men do yet he was willing to risk his life and the lives of millions to prevent what he saw as the “triumph of evil”.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#22414 Nov 27, 2012
UidiotraceMakeWorldPeace wrote:
<quoted text>Lair, Lair your pant on fire!
Expressing support for the State of Israel's right to defend Israeli sovereignty -- H. Res. 1553. The propaganda behind this resolution is covered in an Activist Post article HERE.
Americans did not die for that, however they did die liberating Kuwait.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#22416 Nov 27, 2012
DENG wrote:
Elections in North Korea
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elections in North Korea are held every five years. At the national level, North Koreans elect a legislature, the Supreme People's Assembly (SPA). In addition to the Supreme People's Assembly, the people elect representatives to city, county, and provincial "people's assemblies".[1][2]
Members of the Supreme People's Assembly are elected to five-year terms, and meet for SPA sessions up to ten days per year.[1] The Supreme People's Assembly elects a standing committee known as the Presidium, which exercises legislative functions when the Assembly is not in session. It also elects the Chairman of the National Defence Commission, the country's chief executive, and the Premier.
NOTICE, FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS IN THE DPR OF KOREA
Who is running against Kim Jong Un? What is the name of the opposition party?
uiDIOTRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#22417 Nov 27, 2012
Dave C wrote:
<quoted text>
First of all, pigeon English is not English. If any of my kids were to write on that level after finishing elementary school, I would demand they start over. So the only conclusion is either he is retarded or “born and Bred In Good Old USA” is a bunch of Bullshit!
Secondly, you don’t know me and if that is the way you respond to a difference of opinion, then as far as I’m concerned you can go fuck yourself.
The first Persian Arab war I can think of was between Babylon and Persia in 560 BC. If you can’t do the math, that was 2572 years ago. The last Persian Arab war was in 1980-1988 with hundreds in between. Saddam’s uncle raised him to believe Allah made two mistakes—flies and Persians. And who helped Saddam finance his war—Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. Not one Arab country (including the Palestinians) sided with Iran.
BTW—I know all about Operation Ajax, the Tudeh Party, Churchill, Eisenhower, Mosaddegh, and the Shah. It has been discussed here dozens of times.
I rather like the Pidgin for the Duke of Edinburgh - Him big fella bilong Mrs Queen. Get the idea? BWHHAHHHAAAAAAAAA
uiDIOTRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#22419 Nov 27, 2012
Dave C wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, his whole life was dedicated to a principle that you cannot grasp.
“All it takes for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”.
He hated war as all good men do yet he was willing to risk his life and the lives of millions to prevent what he saw as the “triumph of evil”.
But you didn't follow his good advice about, warning about ever dangers of growing evils of US military Industrial Complex an what it can do to America and the world. You should ruminate like cow of what he said.
uiDIOTRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

Bronx, NY

#22423 Nov 27, 2012
An NFL Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
This, from a muslim guy who can't even understand or write English.
I didn't know you a Mooslim!
DENG

Nanjing, China

#22424 Nov 27, 2012
Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland

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Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland

The Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland, formed on 22 July 1946, is a North Korean united front led by the Workers' Party of Korea. It was initially called the North Korean Fatherland United Democratic Front.[1] It is also known as the Fatherland Front.

The three political parties of North Korea, the Workers' Party of Korea, the Korean Social Democratic Party, and the Chondoist Chongu Party, all participate in the front, though almost all power rests with the Workers' Party.

Other member organizations include social groups and youth groups, such as the Korean Children's Union, the Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League, Young Pioneer Corps, the Korean Democratic Women's League and the Korean Red cross.[1]

YEP, HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE DPR OF KOREA ARE VASTLY GREATER THAN IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#22426 Nov 27, 2012
uiDIOTRaceMAkeWorldPeace wrote:
<quoted text> You should ruminate like cow of what he said.
Do you want to try that again in English?

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#22427 Nov 27, 2012
DENG wrote:
Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland
The Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland, formed on 22 July 1946, is a North Korean united front led by the Workers' Party of Korea. It was initially called the North Korean Fatherland United Democratic Front.[1] It is also known as the Fatherland Front.
The three political parties of North Korea, the Workers' Party of Korea, the Korean Social Democratic Party, and the Chondoist Chongu Party, all participate in the front, though almost all power rests with the Workers' Party.
Other member organizations include social groups and youth groups, such as the Korean Children's Union, the Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League, Young Pioneer Corps, the Korean Democratic Women's League and the Korean Red cross.[1]
YEP, HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE DPR OF KOREA ARE VASTLY GREATER THAN IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Who is running against Kim Jong Un?
DENG

Nanjing, China

#22428 Nov 27, 2012
DENG wrote:
Elections in North Korea
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elections in North Korea are held every five years. At the national level, North Koreans elect a legislature, the Supreme People's Assembly (SPA). In addition to the Supreme People's Assembly, the people elect representatives to city, county, and provincial "people's assemblies".[1][2]
Members of the Supreme People's Assembly are elected to five-year terms, and meet for SPA sessions up to ten days per year.[1] The Supreme People's Assembly elects a standing committee known as the Presidium, which exercises legislative functions when the Assembly is not in session. It also elects the Chairman of the National Defence Commission, the country's chief executive, and the Premier.

NOTICE, FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS IN THE DPR OF KOREA

WHY HAVE A OPPOSITION??? THE PEOPLE AGREE ON THEIR LEADERS. OPPOSITIONS ARE FOR SAPS, IN A POLITICALLY DIVIDED COUNTRY.
Dave C wrote:
<quoted text>
Who is running against Kim Jong Un? What is the name of the opposition party?
uiDIOTRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#22429 Nov 27, 2012
Dave C wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you want to try that again in English?
U Ruminate like a cow!

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#22431 Nov 27, 2012
DENG wrote:
DENG wrote:
Elections in North Korea
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elections in North Korea are held every five years. At the national level, North Koreans elect a legislature, the Supreme People's Assembly (SPA). In addition to the Supreme People's Assembly, the people elect representatives to city, county, and provincial "people's assemblies".[1][2]
Members of the Supreme People's Assembly are elected to five-year terms, and meet for SPA sessions up to ten days per year.[1] The Supreme People's Assembly elects a standing committee known as the Presidium, which exercises legislative functions when the Assembly is not in session. It also elects the Chairman of the National Defence Commission, the country's chief executive, and the Premier.
NOTICE, FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS IN THE DPR OF KOREA
WHY HAVE A OPPOSITION??? THE PEOPLE AGREE ON THEIR LEADERS. OPPOSITIONS ARE FOR SAPS, IN A POLITICALLY DIVIDED COUNTRY.
<quoted text>
Spoken like a true disciple of totalitarianism.
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#22432 Nov 27, 2012
UidiotraceMakeWorldPeace wrote:
<quoted text>In practice, however, Eisenhower deployed U.S. military forces with great caution, resisting all suggestions to consider the use of nuclear weapons in Indochina.
Hi Doc eeeevil hypocrite,

You forgot this part b4 your cut and paste

how come?

Dwight D. Eisenhower, who assumed the presidency in 1953, was different from his predecessor. A war hero, he had a natural, homey manner that made him widely popular. "I like Ike" was the ubiquitous campaign slogan of the time. In the postwar years, he served as army chief of staff, the president of Columbia University and finally head of NATO before seeking the Republican presidential nomination. Although he was skillful at getting people to work together, he sought to play a restrained public role.

Still, he shared with Truman a basic view of American foreign policy. Eisenhower, too, perceived communism as a monolithic force struggling for world supremacy. He believed that Moscow, under leaders such as Stalin, was trying to orchestrate worldwide revolution. In his first inaugural address, he declared, "Forces of good and evil are massed and armed and opposed as rarely before in history. Freedom is pitted against slavery, lightness against dark."

In office, Eisenhower and his secretary of state, John Foster Dulles, argued that containment did not go far enough to stop Soviet expansion. Rather, a more aggressive policy of liberation was necessary, to free those subjugated by communism. But for all of the rhetoric, when democratic rebellions broke out in areas under Soviet domination -- such as in Hungary in 1956 -- the United States stood back as Soviet forces suppressed them.

Eisenhower's basic commitment to contain communism remained, and to that end he increased American reliance on a nuclear shield. The Manhattan Project during World War II had created the first atomic bombs. In 1950 Truman had authorized the development of a new and more powerful hydrogen weapon. Now Eisenhower, in an effort to keep budget expenditures under control, proposed a policy of "massive retaliation." The United States, under this doctrine, was prepared to use atomic weapons if the nation or its vital interests were attacked.

---
__________ then your lil snippet

In practice, however, Eisenhower deployed U.S. military forces with great caution, resisting all suggestions to consider the use of nuclear weapons in Indochina,

----------then the rest of your cut and pastey

http://countrystudies.us/united-states/histor...
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#22433 Nov 27, 2012
Dave C wrote:
<quoted text>
Spoken like a true disciple of totalitarianism.
Merry Christmas Dave,

tis the season



always good to hear from you

An NFL Fan

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#22435 Nov 27, 2012
DUNG wrote:
Elections in North Korea

NOTICE, FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS IN THE SHIT HOLE OF KOREA
That's quite an empty declaration from a pig who ate baby and eggs for breakfast.

North Korean 'Elections'

"Elections are ostensibly conducted by secret ballot, but only one candidate appears on the ballot.

A voter may cross off the candidate's name to vote against him, but must do so in a special booth without any secrecy.

According to North Korean defectors, such an act of defiance is too risky to even attempt."

An NFL Fan

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#22436 Nov 27, 2012
Operation Northwoods wrote:
UidiotraceMakeWo rldPeace,
nflict are part of some phucking football game, or, other shitty ass "sports" event.
Nice spam-job, racist.
UIdiotRaceMAkewo rldPeace

United States

#22437 Nov 27, 2012
courteous europhobe wrote:
<quoted text>Hi Doc eeeevil hypocrite,
You forgot this part b4 your cut and paste
how come?
Dwight D. Eisenhower, who assumed the presidency in 1953, was different from his predecessor. A war hero, he had a natural, homey manner that made him widely popular. "I like Ike" was the ubiquitous campaign slogan of the time. In the postwar years, he served as army chief of staff, the president of Columbia University and finally head of NATO before seeking the Republican presidential nomination. Although he was skillful at getting people to work together, he sought to play a restrained public role.
Still, he shared with Truman a basic view of American foreign policy. Eisenhower, too, perceived communism as a monolithic force struggling for world supremacy. He believed that Moscow, under leaders such as Stalin, was trying to orchestrate worldwide revolution. In his first inaugural address, he declared, "Forces of good and evil are massed and armed and opposed as rarely before in history. Freedom is pitted against slavery, lightness against dark."
In office, Eisenhower and his secretary of state, John Foster Dulles, argued that containment did not go far enough to stop Soviet expansion. Rather, a more aggressive policy of liberation was necessary, to free those subjugated by communism. But for all of the rhetoric, when democratic rebellions broke out in areas under Soviet domination -- such as in Hungary in 1956 -- the United States stood back as Soviet forces suppressed them.
Eisenhower's basic commitment to contain communism remained, and to that end he increased American reliance on a nuclear shield. The Manhattan Project during World War II had created the first atomic bombs. In 1950 Truman had authorized the development of a new and more powerful hydrogen weapon. Now Eisenhower, in an effort to keep budget expenditures under control, proposed a policy of "massive retaliation." The United States, under this doctrine, was prepared to use atomic weapons if the nation or its vital interests were attacked.
---
__________ then your lil snippet
In practice, however, Eisenhower deployed U.S. military forces with great caution, resisting all suggestions to consider the use of nuclear weapons in Indochina,
----------then the rest of your cut and pastey
http://countrystudies.us/united-states/histor...
i though you would understand he did aimed at Communism but never want to us nukes as it a bad idea . In you post u said nuke Communism.
They need a make up Boogey man so Communism is used in those days so they can go anywhere in world say they fight for good of humanity but in fact hide under fake democratic Facade , not about freeing country(s) but freeing other nations from their Raw resources... USD/Raw resource - money global hegemonic agendas.

“Never run from a fight.”

Since: Dec 06

Vista, Ca.

#22439 Nov 27, 2012
courteous europhobe wrote:
<quoted text>Merry Christmas Dave,
tis the season
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =wQNirj6lbGYXX
always good to hear from you
You too! Been busy, but I still check the forum. I’m still amazed at how courteous you remain in response to such blatant bigotry.

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