American Soldiers - Duty, Honor, Country
UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace

United States

#22707 Nov 29, 2012
cowboy wrote:
<quoted text>
CHILDREN!
Look at "Idjits" posts for the last, oh, 2 months or soand judge for your self...
If you smoke Marijuana, do Acid, or snort Cocaine...THIS COULD BE YOU!!!
If you want to know about "Meth", read "Operation NUTWADS" posts...
JUST SAY NO!!!!!!!
"Guten Nacht".
I did not know from you conscience, THAT you spill out that you do all these drugs! BOYS AND GIRLS don't Follow cOWBOY aDVISE!
D eisenhower

Plymouth, NH

#22708 Nov 30, 2012
Operation Northwoods wrote:
Here's something nice that can be said about Israel......
When China and Russia nuke them, they will all turn into delicious, crispy treats.
Because they'll want to be vaporised as well,...for their Palestinian and Persian

heros??

not to bright are ya dweebwood?

So when is the big bad bully the US going to get it's comeuppance? Deng has been prattling about it for years. Saying war last August, then right before the election etc etc...when's your best guess wussy?
D eisenhower

Plymouth, NH

#22709 Nov 30, 2012
UIdiotRaceMakeWorldPeace wrote:
<quoted text>barbarians Warmonger are lowest grunts,are servile ANIMALS AND TOYS TO BE THROWN AWAY , tHOSE WITH Brain and money ORDERS YOU AROUND! bwhahhahahhahah!
Henry Kissinger
Support the Troops_
by Sheila Samples_
"Soldiers are expendable -- dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy."
The security of Israel is a moral imperative for all free peoples.
Henry A. Kissinger

Are you free doc hypocrite

when are you picking up your car Doc Hypocrite? you must have a date you can give us?

What are you doing for transportation in the meantime greenie???



nice hat btw
D eisenhower

Plymouth, NH

#22710 Nov 30, 2012
UIdiotRaceMakeWorldPeace wrote:
<quoted text>barbarians Warmonger are lowest grunts,are servile ANIMALS AND TOYS TO BE THROWN AWAY , tHOSE WITH Brain and money ORDERS YOU AROUND! bwhahhahahhahah!
Henry Kissinger
Support the Troops_
by Sheila Samples_
"Soldpolicyiers are expendable -- dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign ."
Wha????

"Soldpolicyiers are expendable -- dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign ."

ummm...... Doc Hypocrite, your cut pastey fingers have apparently been where they usually are ..picking your nose? Got some sticky stuff on em.

you've got me confused...
did you really mean to say

Jihadists, are dumb stupid pawns who have sex with animals?
D eisenhower

Plymouth, NH

#22711 Nov 30, 2012
UIdiotRaceMakeWorldPeace wrote:
<quoted text>NFL, DAVEY BOY and war-supporters are morons, once they old like rest civilian population the US corrupted will kick them aside as used toys... they can't see this after service of serving the corrupted master, they see them US soldiers as throw away old toys , they are blinded and need to wake up and support world masses instead serve evil mens in power , the US militiarism is corrupted ...
where as people in china russia syria cuba venezeula North Korea Iran, sudan etc etc

are kicked aside at birth
---
but hey at least chubby lil kim, doltish Hugo, butchering ASSad, oppressing putin,, and all the polyp burrows in China... etc etc are all billionaires
_BobLoblah_

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#22713 Nov 30, 2012
UIdiotRaceMakeWorldPeace wrote:
The Economic Disaster That Is Military Keynesianism Why the US has really gone broke by Chalmers Johnson Le Monde diplomatique Thereare three broadaspectsto the US debt crisis. First, in the current fiscal year (2008) weare spending insaneamounts of money on "defence" projects that bear no relationto the national security of the US. Wearealso keeping the income tax burdens on the richest segment of the populationat strikingly low levels. Second, we continueto believe that we can compensate for theaccelerating erosion of our baseand our loss of jobsto foreign countries through massive military expenditures -- "military Keynesianism" (which I discuss in detail in my book Nemesis: The Last Days of theAmerican Republic). By that, I mean the mistaken belief that public policies focused on frequent wars, huge expenditures on weaponsand munitions,and large standingarmies can indefinitely sustaina wealthy capitalist economy. The opposite isactually true. Third, in our devotionto militarism (despite our limited resources), weare failingto invest in our social infrastructureand other requirements for the long-term health of the US. Theseare what economists call opportunity costs, things not done because we spent our money on something else. Our public education system has deterioratedalarmingly. We have failedto provide health caretoall our citizensand neglected our responsibilitiesas the world's number one polluter. Most important, we have lost our competitivenessasa manufacturer for civilian needs,an infinitely more efficient use of scarce resources thanarms manufacturing.
01Dec12.....

......You Really and Truly should take your ass down to the nearest tech shop and have them take your picture and send ir around the WholeWideWorld.

You will become famous as the 'First' cockRoach to manage to use 'Bing' and the keyBoard.

Ps:.....even though you have schidt-for-brains.

Forever and Ever
BobLoblah
_BobLoblah_

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#22714 Nov 30, 2012
cowboy wrote:
CHILDREN! Lookat "Idjits" posts for the last, oh, 2 months or soand judge for your self... If you smoke Marijuana, doAcid, or snort Cocaine...THIS COULD BE YOU!!! If you wantto knowabout "Meth", read "Operation NUTWADS" posts... JUST SAY NO!!!!!!! "Guten Nacht".
01Dec12.....

.....Agreed.

Ps:....In da language of BobLoblah...dey are known as 'eeejits'.

Forever and Ever
BobLoblah
_BobLoblah_

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#22715 Nov 30, 2012
UIdiotRaceMakeWorldPeace wrote:
I did not know from you conscience, THAT you spill out that you doall these drugs! BOYSAND GIRLS don't Follow cOWBOYaDVISE!
01Dec12.....

.....'advice'.

Ps:.....Repeat.....'advice'.

....You 'eeejitRiceMakerFleece' remain a schidt-for-brains.

Forever and Ever
BobLoblah
D eisenhower

Plymouth, NH

#22724 Nov 30, 2012
DENG wrote:
UIdiotRaceMakeWorldPeace wrote:
<quoted text>NFL, DAVEY BOY and war-supporters are morons, once they old like rest civilian population the US corrupted will kick them aside as used toys... they can't see this after service of serving the corrupted master, they see them US soldiers as throw away old toys , they are blinded and need to wake up and support world masses instead serve evil mens in power , the US militiarism is corrupted ...
THE UNITED STATES GOVERNEMT JUST DETONATED TWO CAR BOMBS IN SYRIA KILLING 40 PEOPLE, SO WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT THIS TERRORIST ACT???
<quoted text>
Watch ASSad aerial bombard and artilery shell ...

neighborhoods,

so,... more importantly, dengster.

what are you or the faux peacenik,,

doc hypocrite

going to do about it?
D eisenhower

Plymouth, NH

#22729 Nov 30, 2012
DENG wrote:
DENG wrote:
UIdiotRaceMakeWorldPeace wrote:
<quoted text>NFL, DAVEY BOY and war-supporters are morons, once they old like rest civilian population the US corrupted will kick them aside as used toys... they can't see this after service of serving the corrupted master, they see them US soldiers as throw away old toys , they are blinded and need to wake up and support world masses instead serve evil mens in power , the US militiarism is corrupted ...
THE UNITED STATES GOVERNEMT JUST DETONATED TWO CAR BOMBS IN SYRIA KILLING 40 PEOPLE, SO WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT THIS TERRORIST ACT???
<quoted text>
WE KNOW, MONK SUPPORTS THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TERRORISM HERE AT ALL COSTS.
YEP, SYRIA IS A TRAP, AND THE U.S. TROOPS ARE ON THEIR WAY NOW TO SYRIA AND THE MIDEAST WITH THEIR OBSOLETE AIR DEFENSE MISSILES, RUNNING TO THEIR DEATHS.
<quoted text>
this is your way of saying ,

you

will do nothing.

as usual.

If the us is on the way to syria to meet ASSad than he should last half the time that ol saddamy did,..maybeeee.... about as long as your, murderous- war -supporting ---Ka Daffy did,,
D eisenhower

Plymouth, NH

#22730 Nov 30, 2012
DENG wrote:
Operation Northwoods wrote:
Here's something nice that can be said about Israel......
When China and Russia nuke them, they will all turn into delicious, crispy treats.
SO WHAT DO YOU THINK, LENIN, THE LEADER OF THE RUSSIA REVOLUTION IN 1917 STATED THAT CORRUPT GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS LIKE YOU, IN RUSSIA AT THAT TIME, 1917, SHOULD BE SHOT???
<quoted text>
You mean like Neda??

I hope not...but just look at you and dweebwoods post you're showing...

"crispy treats" and "should be shot"

Bless our Us military and the duty and honour of the american soldier, who stand up against types like you and

Operation hypocritical dweebwood

An NFL Fan

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#22735 Nov 30, 2012
What would a pig who eats babies know of history?

An NFL Fan

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#22737 Nov 30, 2012
DUNG wrote:
JUST SHOOT THEM; WHAT'S WRONG WITH THAT???
<quoted text>
Life is cheap to a stinking North Korean, isn't it, slimebag?

An NFL Fan

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#22742 Nov 30, 2012
DUNG wrote:
JUST SHOOT THEM; WHAT'S WRONG WITH THAT???
<quoted text>

<quoted text>
I can see why you approve of the torturous North Korean gulags, pigfaced mouth breather.
_BobLoblah_

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#22745 Nov 30, 2012
DENG wrote:
CHEAP BRANDY???
<quoted text>
01Dec12.....

.....'cheaper' schiddt thou arth 'dengDangDing'....ya 'slaveen'.

Forever and Ever
BobLoblah
_BobLoblah_

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#22746 Nov 30, 2012
Operation Northwoods wrote:
Cowshit,
Is that all you got? All you do is ridicule what UIdiotRaceMakeWo rldPeace and Deng have posted.
I noticed that you do not post facts to contradict a poster with whom you disagree, you just ridicule and name call them.
Why is that? Are you completely devoid of facts, or, another way of saying it... "FACTUALLY CHALLENGED"?
01De12.....

....and now you fully unnerstan hit ven BobLoblah calls dese two eeejits 'schidt-for-brains'.

Ps:.....and den sum tooooooooooo.

Forever and Ever
BobLoblah
D eisenhower

Plymouth, NH

#22747 Dec 1, 2012
DENG wrote:
DENG wrote:
Operation Northwoods wrote:
Here's something nice that can be said about Israel......
When China and Russia nuke them, they will all turn into delicious, crispy treats.
SO WHAT DO YOU THINK, LENIN, THE LEADER OF THE RUSSIA REVOLUTION IN 1917 STATED THAT CORRUPT GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS LIKE YOU, IN RUSSIA AT THAT TIME, 1917, SHOULD BE SHOT???
SURRRRE, YOU'LL SUPPORT USA TERRORISM TO THE END, AS IT SEEMS???
<quoted text>
start with Lil Kim then move on to Hugo,Mahmooody(and especially the ayahtollah)castro, putin etc etc...???

Pleez,
get the dweeb

to post links(since you seem unable)

of American involvement in the current Syrian slaughter,..I do remember when gwb paid a little visit

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/oct/27/s...

anywhoo dengster if Iran and Russia can pump $$$$,WEAPONS and troops into Syria, why can't we?
D eisenhower

Plymouth, NH

#22748 Dec 1, 2012
Operation Northwoods wrote:
In China, Corrupt corporate officials, and government employees who damage Chinese society are shot.
The Mayor of Bejing, a few years ago, was executed for being corrupt.
Think how much better America would be if we adopted this Chinese program.
The CEO's and other executives of City Bank, AIG, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, HBC, the Federal Reserve, Halliburton, Blackwater, and the SEC, AFTER conviction for their crimes, all dealt with in the Chinese manner.
Such a movement in America to deal with these criminals in this manner, instead of allowing them to pay a VERY small fine, and keep what they looted, would make GREAT REALITY TV.
Hell, I would watch!
You'd make an excellent Commie...Now grab an AK and get out there and clean up, hypocrit...
or

just continue to whine like a good lil dweeb..
btw did you ever get around to thanking the Jews for knowcking out Saddams Osirak
and ASSads "secret" nuke site(how many North Koreans were killed in that bombing raid, do you think?)
D eisenhower

Plymouth, NH

#22749 Dec 1, 2012
so sad dweewoods??



Yesterday, Li Hua, former chairman and general manager of the Sichuan division of China Mobile (CHL), was sentenced to death for accepting more than $2.5 million in bribes.

The Intermediate People’s Court in the southwestern city of Panzhihua handed down the verdict with a two-year reprieve, meaning if Li behaves himself, he could skate with a mere slap on the wrist -- life in prison.

The New York Times points out that the "same type of sentence was handed down last month for one of the company’s other former executives, Zhang Chunjiang, who once served as vice chairman of China Mobile,” which also included “the confiscation of his personal assets and the removal of his political rights.”

He was convicted of accepting more than $1.15 million in bribes while working at a series of state-run telecom companies from 1994 to 2009. At least six other executives from China Mobile are under investigation in corruption cases.(It may be worth noting that last week, China Mobile revealed that it “met several times with Steve Jobs to talk about Apple (AAPL) making an iPhone that would support its proprietary 3G standard." Currently, China Unicom (CHU) is the only carrier in China offering the device.)

When Chen Tonghai, former chairman of Sinopec (SNP), was sentenced to death for bribery in 2009, he was also granted a two-year reprieve after confessing to his crimes. According to state-run news service Xinhua, the court cut Chen a break of sorts, stating that for "crimes involving 'extremely large sums of money,' the suspects should be sentenced to death, but 'if they confess or contribute to the handling of relevant cases, they should not get an immediate death penalty in principle.'"

"Chen Tonghai's sentence is a result of people's court's criminal policies and reflects both severe punishment of corruption and the policy of tempering justice with mercy," Xinhua said.

This spring, China revised the law, when authorities deemed 13 non-violent economic offenses to no longer be executable crimes, though Amnesty International called it "legal housekeeping," as the infractions were “all… seldom if ever punished by execution” to begin with.

Andrew Yang of the Laogai Research Foundation -- established in 1992 by Harry Wu, a democracy activist and survivor of the laogai, China’s system of forced-labor prison camps -- provided us with a translation of the official list (which just so happens not to include bribery):
•Smuggling of antiques or cultural relics
•Smuggling of precious metals
•Smuggling of rare animals or products
•Smuggling of ordinary goods or objects
•Fraudulent activities with financial bills
•Fraudulent activities involving letters of credit
•Forged value-added tax invoices
•False issuance of value-added tax invoices
•The teaching of criminal methods
•Theft of ancient human remains or fossils of vertebrates

And finally, simple “theft.”

However, the Chinese leadership doesn’t rely solely on the legal system to control the business community at large.

From Russell Lee Moses, writing for the Wall Street Journal’s China Real Time Report:

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However, the Chinese leadership doesn’t rely solely on the legal system to control the business community at large.

However, the Chinese leadership doesn’t rely solely on the legal system to control the business community at large.
D eisenhower

Plymouth, NH

#22750 Dec 1, 2012
After weeks of taking jabs to the chin from an angry microblogging public, leading forces in the [Chinese Communist] Party have decided to punch back. Politburo member Liu Qi visited the Beijing offices of Sina.com ’s (SINA) popular microblogging service Weibo earlier this week and impressed upon the staff there the need for “the Internet’s healthy development”—code words for staying away from topics which attack the rule of the Communist Party or hold officials up for public ridicule.
[…]
Liu’s strong-arm visit follows a series of admonitions in the Party media, warning journalists to get back into the government fold and to play the role of conveying to a skeptical society that cadres care.
The hardline view, expressed in a recent article posted in the “People’s Forum” run by the official People’s Daily, is that microblogging is best confronted, not by embracing it as a way for the public to supervise the Party, but by the Party’s “use [of] the mass media to tell the truth.”
By all accounts, corruption is so thoroughly ingrained in the operating culture of Chinese officialdom, the roles in this situation seem to be comically reversed.
“There is really no way to control the corruption among Chinese officials,” Yang told me in a telephone interview.“If bribery was not punishable by death, corrupt officials would be even bolder in grabbing the public’s wealth. And without a free press, the behavior of officials cannot be monitored, so corruption simply runs wild.”
Those who are caught are dealt with particularly harshly. And, Chinese justice lacks a particularly, shall we say, even hand. State-run news service Xinhua explains why certain executions are performed more hastily than others:
Corrupt officials, such as former vice-chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress Cheng Kejie who was executed in September 2000, former vice governor of Anhui Province Wang Huaizhong who was given a lethal injection in February 2004, and former food and drug administration head Zheng Xiaoyu, executed in July 2007, got immediate death sentences because they "refused to plead guilty" and their bribe-taking "caused extremely serious social impact.”
James H. Zimmerman, Jr., Amnesty International's Country Specialist for China, says the execution of government officials for bribery “is fairly common.”
In an email message, Zimmerman pointed out that “most have been politically isolated, so they have no one coming to their defense.”
The majority of China’s citizenry certainly isn’t.
As explained by Teng Biao of China’s Economic Observer (and translated by Worldcrunch.com ),“China is the global leader for the number of corrupt officials who are sentenced to death, and actually executed each year. But, judging by the seemingly endless ‘public demand’ for this kind of punishment and the surging popular anger, it would seem that there is actually not enough of it.”
And Joshua Rosenzweig, former senior researcher at the Di Hua Foundation, a human rights organization based in San Francisco and Hong Kong, told the Washington Post that “there still is a very strong sense that corrupt officials must die among the Chinese population at large. The revulsion for that offense is so strong that there would be a potential political cost to eliminating the death penalty for corruption."
Not altogether surprisingly, the specter of death doesn’t necessarily act as a deterrent.
In 2009, a six-year old schoolgirl in southern China was asked by a television reporter what she wanted to become when she grew up.
"When I grow up I want to be an official," she replied.
"What kind of official?" asked the interviewer.
"A corrupt official because corrupt officials have a lot of things," she said.
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