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#6001 Bader

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 07:23 PM

The issue is what is being done to society.

Goebels was also the first salesman for a common market Europe and it was always going to happen anyway just as the corrupting of language and values. Both are well advanced and causing you great consternation about you home country.
Blairs self-imposed poverty is likely to have been a result of his years in Ghandi's world.
Both of these two would have been working for a new society just as the Bush family. Some are more ruthless than others.
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Posted 08 July 2006 - 12:15 PM

Originally posted by Bader
[B]The issue is what is being done to society.


Both of these two would have been working for a new society just as the Bush family. Some are more ruthless than others. /B]

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Posted 08 July 2006 - 07:41 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
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Posted 09 July 2006 - 02:56 PM

Originally posted by Bader
Many different people are attracted into politics but too many good ones are squeezed out and the wrong kind promoted. Like poisened waters. Party politics will always subvert the peoples will, and it was designed to prevent democracy from developing. []


The Dostoyevsky and Nietzsche were discovered 21century.
(In 1847) Hey joined a secret group devoted to revolution and illegal propaganda but Dostoyevsky was really motivated by strong disapproval of society.
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Posted 09 July 2006 - 04:45 PM

From uk encyclopedia;

Odd couple

John Adams and Tomas Jefferson both died on 4 of July 1826.
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Posted 09 July 2006 - 05:06 PM

From where a virtue is one own ignorance ;.
Harvard-educated Calderon, 43, pledges to reduce crime, extend government health and service programs, create jobs and continue the prudent fiscal policies carried out by Fox.
Before meaningful Harvard graduate was Fidel Castro.
Lopez Obrador Prepares to Contest Mexico Election. .
30 militants voluntarily laid down their arms and handed themselves in to police in Chechnya on Saturday, - Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov.
Baghdad Human Rights commission will replace the commission from Zimbabwe and Senegal
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Posted 10 July 2006 - 08:43 AM

Check out this article Woj-

capitalism v socialism, by Prof James Petras

on www.globalresearch.ca

its down at the bottem of the list of articles.
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Posted 10 July 2006 - 02:00 PM

.B.
Article is gone but
Russia's most wanted man, Chechen rebel leader Shamil Basayev is dead.
He probably was responsible for Bies?an and Budionnowsk
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Posted 10 July 2006 - 02:21 PM

Israel ambassador, the David Peleg said that M. Giertych should left Polish government fulfilling
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Posted 10 July 2006 - 05:16 PM

Arabs and Muslims -- are expendable.
You have to understand the Arab mind," one company commander told the NYT, displaying all the self-assurance of Douglas MacArthur discoursing on Orientals in 1945.
"The only thing they understand is force -- force, pride and saving face."
Far from representing the views of a few underlings, such notions penetrated into the upper echelons of the American command.
In their book "Cobra II," Michael R. Gordon and Gen. Bernard E. Trainor offer this ugly comment from a senior officer:
"The only thing these sand niggers understand is force and I'm about to introduce them to it."
. The insurance payout to the beneficiaries of an American soldier who dies in the line of duty is $400,000, while in the eyes of the U.S. government, a dead Iraqi civilian is reportedly worth up to $2,500.
For all the talk of Iraq being a sovereign nation, foreign occupiers are the ones deciding what an Iraqi life is worth.
Pentagon must get over its aversion to counting all bodies.
It needs to measure in painstaking detail -- and publicly -- the mayhem we are causing as a byproduct of what we call liberation.
To do otherwise, , only reinforces the impression that Americans view Iraqis as less human.
Unless we demonstrate by our actions that we value their lives as much as the lives of our own troops, our failure is certain. http://www.washingto...0701155_pf.html
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Posted 11 July 2006 - 08:12 AM

They are goy and so are the US troops.
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Posted 11 July 2006 - 02:49 PM

At the invitation of Russian Presidentr Putin, Chinese President Hu Jintao will attend the session of the G-8 Summit on July 17,

This round of G-8 Summit will be held in St. Petersburg,

Before the Summit, Hu will meet on July 16with leaders from India, Brazil, South Africa, Mexico and Congo.
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Posted 11 July 2006 - 11:24 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
At the invitation of Russian Presidentr Putin, Chinese President Hu Jintao will attend the session of the G-8 Summit on July 17,

This round of G-8 Summit will be held in St. Petersburg,

Before the Summit, Hu will meet on July 16with leaders from India, Brazil, South Africa, Mexico and Congo.



to woj1 :::::::::::::::::::::;

thank you for this most important information.

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Posted 12 July 2006 - 12:25 PM

It was important message, because :
Chinese president Hu is going to steal the American
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Posted 12 July 2006 - 01:57 PM

Russia's Fifth Column
An unnatural alliance: Russian 'liberals,' commies, and neo-Nazis unite against Putin
by Justin Raimondo
The upcoming G-8 conference, scheduled for July 15-18 in St. Petersburg, is shaping up as the latest battleground in the developing conflict between Putin's Russia and the West.
This summit is "really about Russia," and it's all criticism all the time. anti-Putin) propaganda in the Western media has been relentless ever since Moscow refused to get on board the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
As punishment for such brazen defiance, Richard Perle demanded that Russia be thrown out of the G-8.
More recently, as the Russians decline to kowtow to the Americans (and the Europeans) over Iran (and Ukraine), Dick Cheney hinting that Putin harbors imperialistic designs on his neighbors.

The U.S., not content with one "war of civilizations," is doggedly trying to provoke yet another.
Toward this end, the Americans are presently engaged in an all-out political assault on the Putin an exercise in " hope will eventually culminate in regime change.

The Americans are after Putin's scalp for the same reasons they went after Milosevic and Saddam:
not for their crimes, both real and imagined,
but because he insistently defies them.
Instead of bowing to the wishes of the would-be hegemon and its Middle Eastern ally, the Russkis are selling missiles to Damascus and doing business with Tehran.
And now, flush with funds from rising oil prices,
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Posted 12 July 2006 - 07:33 PM

There is another possible line that causesJapan to trot the same line as the US. That is the 'military-industrial' complex that may be necessary for the economy and there is nothing like creating allusions of a threatening enemy in the mind of the public for a poltical party to do what it wants.

I dont beleive that world is growing prosperous enough for China and India, Brazil etc to continue to grow fast and the older industrial nations to increase trade and profits because the vast majority of the world , eg the fast growing poverty, denies it.
The industrial world cant survive on the 'trickle down' and so they will choak on their own lies. I expect to see an increase in corporate cannibalism as the likely hood of world war increases.
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Posted 12 July 2006 - 07:41 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Russia's Fifth Column
An unnatural alliance: Russian 'liberals,' commies, and neo-Nazis unite against Putin
by Justin Raimondo
The upcoming G-8 conference, scheduled for July 15-18 in St. Petersburg, is shaping up as the latest battleground in the developing conflict between Putin's Russia and the West.
This summit is "really about Russia," and it's all criticism all the time. anti-Putin) propaganda in the Western media has been relentless ever since Moscow refused to get on board the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
As punishment for such brazen defiance, Richard Perle demanded that Russia be thrown out of the G-8.
More recently, as the Russians decline to kowtow to the Americans (and the Europeans) over Iran (and Ukraine), Dick Cheney hinting that Putin harbors imperialistic designs on his neighbors.

The U.S., not content with one "war of civilizations," is doggedly trying to provoke yet another.
Toward this end, the Americans are presently engaged in an all-out political assault on the Putin an exercise in " hope will eventually culminate in regime change.

The Americans are after Putin's scalp for the same reasons they went after Milosevic and Saddam:
not for their crimes, both real and imagined,
but because he insistently defies them.
Instead of bowing to the wishes of the would-be hegemon and its Middle Eastern ally, the Russkis are selling missiles to Damascus and doing business with Tehran.
And now, flush with funds from rising oil prices,"

For every action there is an opposite reaction.
The US should try and get Soros and Woolsey a Russian passport and fund them run against each other for President of Russia. Americans dont mind double passport people running their show maybe the Russians might like a change. They could always argue that it is more democracy to have traiters on board.
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Posted 13 July 2006 - 02:44 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by Bader
For every action there is an opposite reaction.
The US should try and get Soros and Woolsey a Russian passport and fund them run against each other for President of Russia. Americans dont mind double passport people running their show maybe the Russians might like a change. They could always argue that it is more democracy to have traiters on board. [/B][/QUOTE
]Liberals as Yabloko protests everything; as such not democratic, but rather "Stalinists and neo-Nazis
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Posted 13 July 2006 - 03:49 PM

Originally posted by Bader
I dont beleive that world is growing prosperous enough for China and India, Brazil etc to continue to grow fast and the older industrial nations to increase trade and profits because the vast majority of the world , eg the fast growing poverty, denies it.
The industrial world cant survive on the 'trickle down' and so they will choak on their own lies. I expect to see an increase in corporate cannibalism as the likely hood of world war increases. /]


Situation in China and India is different.
Although in India live
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Posted 13 July 2006 - 04:42 PM

Don't the Russians know they're beaten?
The drastically falling birth rate is decline, but Putin is putting up a fight.
In answer to the U.S. government-funded effort to "export democracy" Putin has cut off the foreign funding of Russian "NGOs." foreign cash, help , the "Orange" revolutionaries, and birthed similar (albeit much less successful) fifth columns in Belarus and Central Asia.
The Russians are slowly being encircled.
We read here that Russia is the scene of "rising xenophobia," with the r a growing Russian nationalism that sometimes takes the form of racism and anti-Semitism.
Yet those very same skinheads are now accorded "dissident" status by the West: they are prominently featured at the "Different Russia" conference, which convened Tuesday in St. Petersburg, right before the G-8 meeting
.Faults the Russians for not moving swiftly enough in the direction of a free market, and not restoring the old socialist system and for cutting back on social services).!!!
The conference has been endorsed by all sorts of prominent Westerners.
. It combines references to both Nazi and the Communist ideolog, they could hardly be described as liberal or pro-Western."
Limonov certainly fits the bill. His endless novels of self-hypnotic narcissism are a favorite with the coffeehouse literary set, Limonov that he and a couple of accomplices were arrested and imprisoned for buying weapons.
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