BullyBully2

United States

#198 Dec 7, 2013
Nelson Mandela was born in a small South African village, to a local chief and his third wife. He was the first person in his family to receive a western education, and was inspired to study law after witnessing the democracy of African tribal governance at an early age. Mandela became a sought after lawyer in Johannesburg, defending black South Africans against the government’s increasingly unfair treatment, and a key figure of the African National Congress, a political party that sought to unite all Africans and regain their rights and freedom. He participated in boycotts, organized protests, mobilized his people and, in turn, was labeled an enemy of the state: accused of treason, banned from political involvement, disbarred and sentenced to life in prison. Mandela’s incarceration brought international attention to the racial injustices of South Africa’s apartheid government, sparking the rally cry “Free Nelson Mandela” worldwide.

Mandela served 27 years in prison, before his release in 1990, at the age of 72. He was elected the first black President of South Africa, in 1994. Although he retired from political life in 1999, Mandela continues to lend his voice towards issues that affect his country and the world at large, such as the AIDS epidemic, poverty and human rights. He was also instrumental in securing South Africa as the host of the 2010 Soccer World Cup.

Nelson Mandela is one of the world’s greatest, and most admired political leaders. He has been honored with numerous awards, including the Nobel Peace Prize, for he is a shining example of the incredible strength of the human spirit to persevere, in the face of adversity, for the pursuit of freedom.

RIP

We need more people like this in this world.
BullyBully2

United States

#199 Dec 7, 2013
Give peace a chance.

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#200 Dec 7, 2013
Len is Disgusted wrote:
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That was quite a movie, wasn't it? A friend joked about how Tippi Hedren wore that same, tired suit during the entire movie. Hitchcock was brilliant!
Haha! Yes, so true! What a classic that movie was!

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#201 Dec 7, 2013
Subliminal Criminal wrote:
So you are a homophobic, racist, delusional, smear campaigning liar.
Sweet!
Isn't everyone in the world who isn't you, oh superior one?

Since: Apr 10

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#202 Dec 7, 2013
JlNA WlLD wrote:
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Ah, I said that he slept naked next to young naked girls. Golly! Here's you, a man who defends sleepovers with other people's sons as loving and natural, a man who claims that it's okay to share showers with little boys and a man who claims that it's okay to own paedophile commissioned books of boy genitalia misinterpreting what I said and seeing PAEDOPHILE in my words.
Flip-Flop-Flip-Flop
*laughter*
Pfft, well, we all know that the rules change for the Criminal as he sees fit, according to his needs.

Hey, have fun this weekend, OK?:-)

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#203 Dec 7, 2013
Subliminal Criminal wrote:
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History has shown, Len, that fanatics like you can't be convinced.
Fanatic? You say Len's the fanatic? Now, that is too funny, floonie boy!

She's applying common sense and logic to the legal documents...something you blinded fans seem to be unable to do.
BullyBully2

United States

#205 Dec 7, 2013
“People are often unreasonable and self-centered. Forgive them anyway.
If you are kind, people may accuse you of ulterior motives. Be kind anyway.
If you are honest, people may cheat you. Be honest anyway.
If you find happiness, people may be jealous. Be happy anyway.
The good you do today may be forgotten tomorrow. Do good anyway.
Give the world the best you have and it may never be enough. Give your best anyway.
For you see, in the end, it is between you and God. It was never between you and them anyway.”

- Mother Teresa
Subliminal Criminal

Los Angeles, CA

#206 Dec 7, 2013
BullyBully2 wrote:
Nelson Mandela was born in a small South African village, to a local chief and his third wife. He was the first person in his family to receive a western education, and was inspired to study law after witnessing the democracy of African tribal governance at an early age. Mandela became a sought after lawyer in Johannesburg, defending black South Africans against the government’s increasingly unfair treatment, and a key figure of the African National Congress, a political party that sought to unite all Africans and regain their rights and freedom. He participated in boycotts, organized protests, mobilized his people and, in turn, was labeled an enemy of the state: accused of treason, banned from political involvement, disbarred and sentenced to life in prison. Mandela’s incarceration brought international attention to the racial injustices of South Africa’s apartheid government, sparking the rally cry “Free Nelson Mandela” worldwide.
Mandela served 27 years in prison, before his release in 1990, at the age of 72. He was elected the first black President of South Africa, in 1994. Although he retired from political life in 1999, Mandela continues to lend his voice towards issues that affect his country and the world at large, such as the AIDS epidemic, poverty and human rights. He was also instrumental in securing South Africa as the host of the 2010 Soccer World Cup.
Nelson Mandela is one of the world’s greatest, and most admired political leaders. He has been honored with numerous awards, including the Nobel Peace Prize, for he is a shining example of the incredible strength of the human spirit to persevere, in the face of adversity, for the pursuit of freedom.
RIP
We need more people like this in this world.
And if you are going to plagiarize something, at least link it so people can source it themselves.

Honesty is a virtue, Loco Ono.
persephone

Sunnyvale, CA

#207 Dec 7, 2013
Pop Tart- wrote:
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Fanatic? You say Len's the fanatic? Now, that is too funny, floonie boy!
She's applying common sense and logic to the legal documents...something you blinded fans seem to be unable to do.
The woman cannot handle any opposition without resorting to vicious slanderous attacks and her obsession with legal documents shows someone who does not seem to comprehend that such documents do NOT indicate absolute, infallible truth.
Subliminal Criminal

Los Angeles, CA

#209 Dec 7, 2013
persephone wrote:
<quoted text> The woman cannot handle any opposition without resorting to vicious slanderous attacks and her obsession with legal documents shows someone who does not seem to comprehend that such documents do NOT indicate absolute, infallible truth.
If you notice, which Im sure you have, no one who uses the term "floon" can clearly think very well, because they have indoctrinated themselves into bias thinking simply by name-calling others. Its why they end up not really making sense, because they really don't have any.

Here is an article that explains the concept somewhat.

http://www.mortylefkoe.com/how-our-language-d...

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#210 Dec 7, 2013
persephone wrote:
<quoted text> The woman cannot handle any opposition without resorting to vicious slanderous attacks and her obsession with legal documents shows someone who does not seem to comprehend that such documents do NOT indicate absolute, infallible truth.
Hmmm...I don't see her posting vicious, slanderous remarks, but only see her as trying to rationally point out the obvious.
BullyBully2

United States

#211 Dec 7, 2013
“THE SUN IS BURNING”
The sun is burning in the sky
Strands of clouds go slowly drifting by
In the park the lazy breeze
Are joining in the flowers, among the trees
And the sun burns in the sky

Now the sun is in the West
Little kids go home to take their rest
And the couples in the park
Are holding hands and waiting for the dark
And the sun is in the West

Now the sun is sinking low
Children playing know it's time to go
High above a spot appears
A little blossom blooms and then draws near
And the sun is sinking low

Now the sun has come to Earth
Shrouded in a mushroom cloud of death
Death comes in a blinding flash
Of hellish heat and leaves a smear of ash
And the sun has come to Earth

Now the sun has disappeared
All is darkness, anger, pain and fear
Twisted, sightless wrecks of men
Go groping on their knees and cry in pain
And the sun has disappeared

BullyBully2

United States

#212 Dec 7, 2013
Power to the peaceful.
BullyBully2

United States

#213 Dec 7, 2013
Subliminal Criminal wrote:
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And if you are going to plagiarize something, at least link it so people can source it themselves.
Honesty is a virtue, Loco Ono.
If you want to call me names now and categorize me as just another "hater" cuz I don't consider Michael Jackson a super humanitarian... I don't care.

I'm going to carry on doing what I created this thread for and talk about public figures that have inspired me to make this world a better place.

Go ahead and give Pop Tart a laugh by posting your vengeful rebuttals.
BullyBully2

United States

#215 Dec 7, 2013
Subliminal Criminal wrote:
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I notice you tacitly support Jina by whitewashing her lies, Loco Ono.
Birds of a feather, I suppose.
Mandela was a great man, and was for years on the US terrorist list because he was a terrorist who targeted civilians before he was able to ascend to the South African presidency and become the statesman and man of peace he is known as today.
Which just goes to show, before you can have a vision of peace, you have to earn in through a vision of war.
And Mandela liked Michael Jackson and his family too.
http://youtu.be/7kAUJKuzHvA
Think, it gets easier.
It would be difficult for me to "whitewash Jina's lies" considering I'm not even reading what she writes.

I've just quit reading your bitterness as well.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#216 Dec 7, 2013
Subhuman Criminal wrote:
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Exellent unthinking analysis from an idiot who can't follow the flow of the discussion, and can't even articulate a tangible position without bare assertions and insultmm.
'bare assertions'
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#217 Dec 7, 2013
BullyBully2 wrote:
Whether octo recognizes it or not, what John and Yoko did was EXTRAORDINARY!!
None of the other Beatles did it except the one time George got his friends together for the benefit concert, "Concert For Bangladesh!"
(Which incidentally occurred in 1972, a full 13 years before "We Are The World!!")
Paul hid out on his Scottish farm and Ringo flashed the peace signal!
And Elvis? Well....
The Colonel picked out a few socially conscious songs like "In The Ghetto" for him to sing, which was about "the ghetto," NOT the war!!!!
Whenever Elvis was questioned about his views on the Vietnam War in an interview, he would mumble "Uhhh... I don't think I'm allowed to talk about that!"
"Two Virgins" was extraordinary alright. It featured twenty seven minutes of distorted noise, half played instruments with Yoko wailing and moaning in the backgroud like she was having intense sexual orgasms. Of course, when first issued in the late sixties, it was sold wrapped in brown paper. John And Yoko's disgusting nude bodies photographed for its album cover. Granted, George Harrison did the hippie propaganda charity concert for Bandladesh perhaps because he loved Indian music. Whatever. Elvis's "Aloha From Hawaii" too was a benefit concert as well. It raised money for the Kuiokalani Lee cancer fund in his memory. He was an Hawaiian singer and composer that died of the disease in 1966. And Col Tom Parker definitely did not have anything to do with Elvis choosing to record Mac Davis's "In The Ghetto" It was part of the American Studio sessions in 1969, which the songs were not from Elvis's production company of demos, which Parker got his cut. Chips Moman told Elvis that he had two stacks of demos for his consideration. Elvis went with the pile with the hits. "In The Ghetto" "Suspicious Minds" "Don't Cry Daddy" and "Kentucky Rain" The Col was a ex carny and dogcatcher. He knew how to promote. That is all. Elvis did all the work and made all the final decisions. Anyway, Brain Epstein made The Beatles wear their monkey grinder suits and wear girly mop head wigs as they toured their thirty minute concerts with fubbed vocals and out of tune guitars. You lose again.
BullyBully2

United States

#218 Dec 7, 2013
WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE

Where have all the flowers gone, long time passing?
Where have all the flowers gone, long time ago?
Where have all the flowers gone?
Young girls have picked them everyone.
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?

Where have all the young girls gone, long time passing?
Where have all the young girls gone, long time ago?
Where have all the young girls gone?
Gone for husbands everyone.
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?

Where have all the husbands gone, long time passing?
Where have all the husbands gone, long time ago?
Where have all the husbands gone?
Gone for soldiers everyone
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?

Where have all the soldiers gone, long time passing?
Where have all the soldiers gone, long time ago?
Where have all the soldiers gone?
Gone to graveyards, everyone.
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?

Where have all the graveyards gone, long time passing?
Where have all the graveyards gone, long time ago?
Where have all the graveyards gone?
Gone to flowers, everyone.
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?

Where have all the flowers gone, long time passing?
Where have all the flowers gone, long time ago?
Where have all the flowers gone?
Young girls have picked them everyone.
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?

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#219 Dec 7, 2013
Subliminal Criminal wrote:
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Exellent unthinking analysis from an idiot who can't follow the flow of the discussion, and can't even articulate a tangible position without bare assertions and insults, Arsenio.
Good to see you and Loco Ono agreeing with each other, you both share the same ability to not be able to rationally discuss issues.
That is something that makes me go hmmmmmm.
There's that 'bare assertions' again. LOL! Perhaps if you weren't so ignorant and paid more attention, you'd understand what is being said to you.

Oh, and thanks for following Ono's advice to give me a laugh by posting a vicious rebuttal. Good job! LOL!
BullyBully2

United States

#221 Dec 7, 2013
Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and Mother Teresa were REAL HUMANITARIANS!!!

They walked as they talked!

They didn't hide away in mansions, gobble down huge quantities of illegal prescriptions, nor did they die 500 million dollars in debt!!!

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