American POLITICAL SYSTEM is Dead
Posted 17 March 2003 - 05:02 AM
Like a RELIGION not as a Science.
and this same Dogmatic teaching tell them that they are the Chosen by God,
and that God is there only to protect Americans and their interests.
Americans are the most brainwashed people on the planet, that is why
they will support any bullshit their retarded 'leaders' will tell them.
Posted 17 March 2003 - 02:19 PM
As for brainwashed Americans, I think that big thinkers use peoples loyalty and also use peoples lack of ability in admitting to themselves their Nation is wrong, is perhaps led by evil.
American people are no different then other people. Big difference is though that people overseas from America/Canada have mostly had experience with bad leaders, greedy, cruel leaders in their historys, while we have not. You people are more open to see it now.
It is a terrible thing to thinks ones own Government could be a totalitarian regime in the waiting and that it could enslave you and your country if allowed the opportunity. Nomone wants to admit that so many close their eyes and ears to reality, often till it is too late.
I feel sorry for the people of America right now, and I worry about the safety of my own country now since we are their closest neighbor.
Bush needs stopping, and America needs safety measure inplaced to ensure no one man can have the power to create such a global crises again....Owl
Posted 17 March 2003 - 08:46 PM
aim small miss small - great movie
sure, america ain't the same country we used to be, with all the socialists and communists infiltrating the press, hollywood, government, the democratic party ....
we are heading in your direction and that is scary, but don't worry comrades, that pendulem will only swing so far.
this just in
"We are for solving the problem exclusively by peaceful means," Putin was quoted as saying by the Interfax news agency. He said Russia's position was clear, comprehensible and unwavering.
"Any other development would be a mistake
Posted 19 March 2003 - 06:01 PM
People chose and elect a government that most resemble their evil intentions
greed, revange, supression, biggotry, pomposity, and any ego self gratification.
The more worthless a person, a people, a country is, the more you have to
The more valuable a person or a people is the less you have to scretch their balls and tell them how great they are.
If you do not believe me look at some of those freak shows, like Jerry Springer and the likes.
Guest_GoD oF GoDZ_*
Posted 19 March 2003 - 08:44 PM
now Presidents get elected on CHARACTER!!!..
hahahaha what a joke. BUSH cannot even talk without his advisor.
****en redneck ignorant ****!!!!!!
wake up ppl of america...
Posted 28 March 2003 - 02:38 PM
Posted 28 March 2003 - 03:43 PM
I like to add that perhapse the US political system is not dead but only nearly so
Someone asked if fish can think.
And the answer was, Yes, but not fast enough
Eventually Americans learn and their political system 'works' but not fast enough.
Sometimes it takes them decades or centuries to learn or act politically properly.
Look how long it took to give the Blacks rights, at least hundred years later
after they were "Freed"
I wander how many centuries it will take before the Americans Free the Iraqees, after they have been 'liberated'.
Posted 31 March 2003 - 09:10 AM
You, and those who share your view, make very strong points. I am American, and am very proud to say, as I am sure you most definitely are of your country. One idea I cannot agree with is your generalization of the American populous. I will be the first to agree that there are many ignorant individuals among us. Too many people base their opinions from what they read, or (especially) from what they watch on television. Many do not, or will not, think for themselves, blindly accepting what they are told as fact, never questioning what they hear. At the same time, aren't many around the world the same? I am sure by now you, as most, have heard that Americans are boycotting French products, yes? Do most also know that 99% of the population are not? Look at the boycott of American goods around the world. Germany, England, Australia, South Korea, India, Pakistan, etc... Did they not start because of what they heard of America's protest of French goods? My point is, the vast majority of people around the world, including Americans, do not form an opinion, they are given an opinion. Most people have the opinion that Americans are selfish, self-centered, egotistical, greedy warmongers, bent on world domination. Though most have this opinion, have most actually met Americans, or have been to America? No, they have not. They are told what to think. If you do not agree, then go to one of the protests where they are chanting "Americans are evil" or something of the sort. Walk around the crowd and ask people if they have ever met an American. I can promise that you will not find more than one in a thousand who actually say yes. You have made the arguement that the government is a reflection of the people. If so, is it not safe to generalize the people of WWII Germany, Japan, Italy, Soviet Russia, North Korea, the former Yugoslavia. The International Olympic Committee keeps pushing Greece, because they doubt that the country will be ready for the 2004 games. Should we assume that Greeks are lazy? My family is from Italy, so I can speak from experience when I say that the Italian government is extremely corrupt. From that, you are to assume that the people are corrupt? In all of these cases, many people do fit into these categories, but at the same time most do not. The same can be said of Americans.
I have much more to say, but let's leave it at this for now.
Posted 31 March 2003 - 12:00 PM
I refer to Washington/American big businessmen who control Washington.
I know it sounds like we refer to the populace, but we have had two years of arguing now with each other, with American, with people abroad. After explaining in posts time after time it become trite top repeat the facts any more.
I have explained over and over to American people how I feel, but many still take a slight on Washington as a slight on American people. Now I just refer to America or Washington, or Bush/Rumsfield etc and the readers can assume what they will as I grow weary of explaining.
I have many family members in America, a nephew in their forces. How can I hate Americans. I hate Bush and the puppetmasters who control him.I hate Washington Government members who let Bush control them.
But you and other people, hell, I dont know you, how can I hate you.
You know, most people posting here and in other sites are nice, caring people who simply believe, and wish to voice that belief because we/they care about the world. I would say you fit in there as well. Our beliefs differ often, but we still want to voice opposition to what we purcieve as "evil". To me Bush and his group are evil, and only want power for themselves.
The poor people of America, in my view, have been duped, suckered in by this evil group.
But I give American people enough credit that I know in my heart these good people will come to their senses on day and get rid of that bag od dirt in Washington, and get rid of the power mongers who control him. I think people will force Government to implace safety measures to ensure a similar coup never happens in America again.
Yes, coup. I think Bush and this group pulled a coup on America.
It isnt you people we hate, but unfortunately, you are the only one availablr for our venting.
Hope you understand and accept this explanaition. I am not the best writer in the world and can only attempt to voice my feelings. Too often I fail miserably.
You must know though, that Bush and his bunch scare hell outta the world...Owl
Posted 31 March 2003 - 03:02 PM
that last post has restored my faith in humanity.
why do you think bush is so scary.
i voted for him and would do so again.
he seems to be a good christian, who has access to a lot of serious intelligence resouces.
you cant honestly dismiss him as someone who is dumb.
like reagan, he is a plain spoken man.
that can be scary.
he probably feels that the combinatin of saddams record and what happened on 9-11
we need to at the least make an example of saddam.
i dont think its a bad idea.
if it took the cops(UN) here 12 years to get a killer off the streat, then the cops start to defend the killer($?), we would get a new cops(US).
so how do we know who's $ motivation is real.
mr plain spoken, or the fancy talkers
now 12 years of saddam violating un sanctions imposed on and agreed to by him after <b>INVADING</b> kuwait.
12 years, please, he is an evil dictator, is this not true???
also. more countries are listed in this coalition than in the last one. did you ever think that it is easier to blame the american goverment than to fix the problems of their own people for many countries.
Posted 31 March 2003 - 03:55 PM
His threats, "With or against us" scared the world, and he and his crooked cronies have gone out of their way to threaten/scare other nations.
Their rhetoric towards Canada now simply because we disagree with their stand and attack of Iraq leads to fears of sanctions on us later. He has said bluntly that no other country will be allowed to gain power like the US has.
So he has set America up to watch the world and to stop anyother country from gaining the power to defend themselves from his country id need be.
Who is he to decide that , sa. Canada cannot go nulear if you have nuclear. We have as much right to defend ourselves as you, just as strongly if need be,
Rumsfield, Bush as the boys in power, unelected power, are power hungry business people looking at world domination.
Now I admit that American people are mostly blind to that facr yet. Likely because no one wants to admit bad about their own country, and too the media/government propaganda.
You dont see it as propaganda, but most of the world does.
Saddam needs to be taken out, the world agrees. We just disagree on how, or by who, and for the real reasons Bush is doing it.
I think he would invade Canada as quick as not if Canada cut our resources and trade off. I prefer free trade be scraped and Canada do more trade elsewhere, but I would also hate to see what happens when/id we do it...
Funny, I loved Clinton, zipper or no zipper. He was a class act as a statesman. Bush is simply a self important, egotistical, coward in my eyes...A bully...Owl
Posted 31 March 2003 - 06:03 PM
Mpst people in the world judge Americans by their actions not by what they say and what has been said about them as people.
Americans are so active in the wold with constant wars and takeovers and
treaths that they are all the time in the media, just like criminals, murderers, and rapists.
Now I grant you that there maybe some good Americans but they are so
passive inactive that the media never writes about them. The good Americans seem to be hiding under the bed covers and never take any actions, and that is why the world does not even know that they exist.
What the world notices is that Ameircans are conformists they cave in under
pressure of public opinion or pressure of Patriotism and Duty and obsy orders, just like Hitler's soldiers did when they pushed jews in the gas chaimbers.
So the world is not as unkowing about these 'good' Americans as you think, we meet them all the time on these cyber forums, and they will obay orders
under the slightest duress.
Posted 01 April 2003 - 01:11 AM
Cool, i doubt canada has much to worry about ather than some trade slap down over the lacks immigration.
your gov't is not really against us on terror, but let take a shot at duma and say the inaction is the problem.(duma, that's it, you're not worth anymore:)
as the targets of those terrrorists, my baby included, we can't have it. tighten up the security or we will sanction you.
go like syria, (i doubt it) and the next level.
don't forget, we killed our brother to free the slaves here.
we take our moral ground very serious.
i believe in good and evil.
gw is workin for the good.
EVERYBODY, GW IS THE PRESIDENT
he didn't hijack the election, the people have responded to him with historic elections of republicans during his first mid term.
it sounds like a bunch of kids on the playground, and the teacher just came out on this board.
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