IT'S OFFICIAL: The Whole World Thinks Republicans Are Dangerous Maniacs Threatening Everyone

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posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 11:58 AM
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Or the whole Libya fiasco that is relying on US support when it really is none of our concern? Europe forgets that it relied on the US to protect it during the Cold war and what did the US get out of that?


Relying on US support? This is typical nationalist egotistical nonsense.

Continental Europe relied on the UK to protect it during the Cold War, which had substantial nuclear arsenals, and the only nation that would have bombers over the Soviets before the bombs started landing in the West.




posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 12:05 PM
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Business_Insider theatrically begs the question with this piece of puff.



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 12:20 PM
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In Poland many people which I know don't recognise Republicans as mad evil and dangerous. In fact we see that Obama is a socialist and republicans are better with economy of your country. They have just sober look on foreign policy during democrats appears to me that they have too much wishful thinning. As I read this forum I see that this republican sober look regard also to your internal policy.



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 12:21 PM
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Interesting. Can you share what this 'sober reality' the Republicans have towards foreign policy?

thanks



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 12:34 PM
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Wait! Wait!

I thought China was the new super power? When did the United States suddenly become important?

Second, I knew the Democrats were from Germany. Now we have our proof. Democrats have the support from their homeland. Wow!

International Socialists unite?

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posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 12:36 PM
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The "whole world" deserves to have a strong opinion on this matter. If this U.S. defaults then the economy of the "whole world" is going to be devastated. If we default then we affect the rest of the world.

We live in a global economy whether you like it or not. The Republicans really need to realize that.



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 12:39 PM
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Originally posted by Kitilani

Originally posted by Becoming
I suggest that since the whole world is concerned over our debt then they should all chip in and pay it off. That way they will have nothing to worry about.



That makes sense. Instead of asking me to pay for my house all the time, why doesnt the bank just shut up and chip in?


When the bank is part of the problem they should. Just as other countries who continually want America to take care of something that, as we are constantly reminded, is none of our business.

When the US is picking up some of the bigger ticket items for some of our allies, you know, like a national defense, why should we not ask for these countries to chip in?

Weve bailed them out enough times in the past.

Why is it so wrong for US to ask for a little help?
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posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 12:40 PM
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Originally posted by Section31


Second, I knew the Democrats were from Germany. Now we have our proof. Democrats have the support from their homeland. Wow!

International Socialists unite?

Democrats are from Germany? Are Republicans all from Sweeden?Can you elaborate upon that sentiment at all?

thanks.



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 12:41 PM
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Originally posted by wlffmn27
reply to post by centurion1211
 


The "whole world" deserves to have a strong opinion on this matter. If this U.S. defaults then the economy of the "whole world" is going to be devastated. If we default then we affect the rest of the world.

Deadman's Advocate: After reading all the anti-American comments on this site, I am praying to God that my government enters into default. Everyone screams bloody murder when we defend ourselves, so its time for everyone to feel some tough love.

Let the world burn.

People were recently screaming, "Its the end of the dollar! Its the end of the dollar!"

Now its the end of everything. Maybe the dollar will finally be worth something.

(Relax folks. You will get your stinking free money. Everyone will make an 11th hour deal, and the sun will come out tomorrow.)
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posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 12:51 PM
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How is that more and more US debt is good? Even though it is less likely anyone is going to buy it? I guess I don't see how the Republicans became the bad guy. What did Obama do with the 4 or 5 trillion he has spent in the past 3 years? Oh I forgot he propped up European banks.



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 12:52 PM
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Originally posted by incrediblelousminds
reply to post by odyseusz
 


Interesting. Can you share what this 'sober reality' the Republicans have towards foreign policy?

thanks


Yes. This question piqued my interest as to a reply.

reply to post by odyseusz
 


Plus, I would like to know how you (plural) arrived at this thought, "Obama is a socialist"? What informed your thinking on this.

And this other opinion, "republicans are better with economy of your country". Are you aware that the Republican wars in Iraq (especially) and Afghanistan were never paid for (especially in the usual way of the past...raising taxes, especially on the rich, those who always have had the "ability to pay") but left for future generations to pay?



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 01:06 PM
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Originally posted by desert
Are you aware that the Republican wars in Iraq (especially) and Afghanistan were never paid for (especially in the usual way of the past...raising taxes, especially on the rich, those who always have had the "ability to pay") but left for future generations to pay?


You shold do your homework before making a flase claim. The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were both authorized by Congress, and funded by congress, which at the time the Democrats were in complete control of both the Senate and the House.

The President can be commander in chief all he wants, but Congress was left with control of the purse strings.

Both parties re respoinsible for Iraq and Afghanistan, not just the Republicans.

I for one would like to see all US foreign bases be shut down. We can base our military on foreign bases if they want our presence. They can also help foot the bill for wanting our presence on their soil.

All foreign aid to countries should end. That money can be better used fixing America.

All government agencies thathave overlapping jurisidcition should be consolidated and downsized.

Spending 150k on finding out the flow rate of ketchup is not something the tax payers should have to pay for.

All lobbyists for trans national corporations / To biug to fail are outlawed.

Private business (mom and pop) are allowed to lobby congress.

All elected officials are here to represent the people and no one else. Failure to do this should result in their firing.

The laws for electing Senators needs to be changed back to its origonal terms, which means the state itself and not the people of the state (The Senate represents the States, the House represents the people).

A balanced budget amendment that has triggers in place for emergencies, national disasters, wars (defensive only).

Laws that mandate taxes go to what its intended for.

Laws that require research and development and space exploration funding.

Repeal of the ability of Congress to give Congress pay raises. Instead we need an amendment that allows the people to decide if their rep gets a pay raise by reelecting them. Under the relection portion you will find a vote to give / deny them a pay raise.

just some ideas off the top of my head to get the world off our back.
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posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 01:09 PM
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Der Spiegel has a roundup of commentary in German newspapers about the fight, and the universal message is this:



GERMANY??? HMMMmmm - Home of the Rothschild BANKING dynasty perhaps????




Rothschild in Germany

Rothschild is a leading independent financial advisory bank providing advice globally on strategy, mergers and acquisitions, equity, debt and restructuring. Rothschild's objectivity, global network and commitment to a relationship-driven approach, combine to create value for its clients through stability, integrity and creativity. Rothschild has been in continuous family ownership for over 200 years and continues to be the adviser of choice to governments, financial institutions, corporates and individuals worldwide through its 1000 advisory bankers in 40 countries.

Rothschild has its historical roots in Frankfurt am Main, and has been present back in its original birth place since 1989. With an office staffed by more than 50 financial advisors, we are now one of the leading financial advisory banks in the Frankfurt marketplace.

STRAIGHT FROM THE MOUTH OF ROTHSCHILD


GEE Hunka, I didn't know you were a Rothschild agent
(Just kidding)

By now we should all know the mass media is the financiers propaganda machine.


...Rothschild is consistently in the top 10 global investment banks for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory. According to Thomson Financial data, Rothschild ranked as 6th biggest mergers and acquisitions adviser for completed deals worldwide in 2011.[4] The firm is particularly strong in Europe, especially in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, and the Benelux countries, in each of which Rothschild consistently holds a top league table position. Rothschild's strength also extends to Eastern Europe, Asia, and the Americas Latin America.... en.wikipedia.org...


(the takeover of the media)
U.S. Congressional Record February 9, 1917: J.P. Morgan interests bought 25 of America's leading newspapers, and inserted their own editors, in order to control the media. www.mindfully.org...

JP Morgan: Our next big media player? (April 13, 2010) JP Morgan controls 54 U.S. daily newspapers,and owns 31 television stations. www.newsandtech.com...

Media Conglomerates, Mergers, Concentration of Ownership: www.globalissues.org...

Who controls the media www.nowfoundation.org...


Interlocking Directorates
Media corporations share members of the board of directors with a variety of other large corporations, including banks, investment companies, oil companies, health care and pharmaceutical companies and technology companies. This list shows board interlocks for the following major media interests:
www.fair.org...


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posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 01:11 PM
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Originally posted by incrediblelousminds
reply to post by odyseusz
 


Interesting. Can you share what this 'sober reality' the Republicans have towards foreign policy?

thanks




I think he's referring to the sober reality, of the Republicans who exist in the next 11 dimensions over. Where the parallel me is in Paris Hilton's life. Instead of her.



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 01:18 PM
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Originally posted by Xcathdra

Originally posted by desert
Are you aware that the Republican wars in Iraq (especially) and Afghanistan were never paid for (especially in the usual way of the past...raising taxes, especially on the rich, those who always have had the "ability to pay") but left for future generations to pay?


You shold do your homework before making a flase claim. The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were both authorized by Congress, and funded by congress, which at the time the Democrats were in complete control of both the Senate and the House.

The President can be commander in chief all he wants, but Congress was left with control of the purse strings.


Republicans were in control of congress according to this link 107th united states congress


Both parties re respoinsible for Iraq and Afghanistan, not just the Republicans.


nope the republicans are responsible.



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 01:21 PM
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My 2c on the thread topic. The article headline is sensationalistic and does not fit the article, however, I am surprised at how well Europeans understand American politics....more than some Americans....actually, no, I'm not surprised



Originally posted by incrediblelousminds

Democrats are from Germany? Are Republicans all from Sweeden?Can you elaborate upon that sentiment at all?

thanks.


Actually, Republicans are from Sweden. According to a GOP website, the US should be like them in re to corporate taxes...but nothing else that would benefit citizens, like health care!

The United States’ Corporate Tax Rate Is The Second Highest Amongst Industrialized Nations. “Canada, the Czech Republic, Korea, and Sweden all cut their corporate tax rates in 2009, ...



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 01:27 PM
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The "whole world" does not pay our taxes.


You forgot
The "whole world" wishes the USA would but out of THEIR Business!!!!

What the bankers fear is that the US taxpayer will no longer foot the bill for THEIR manipulation of world affairs.

LOOK at Foreign Aid
The foreign people do not WANT our USaid when it is powdered baby formula mixed with contaminated water that kills off their babies - (true story from an African who came here trying to save the Zebu cattle from Heifers International. I can dig up the letter and post it if anyone wants)

The USAID Operating Expenses alone are $1,564,132,000. The amount of aid to each of a very long list (94 pages) of countries for different programs is mind boggling. For example ”ADJUSTED INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS (150 Account)
is $58,492,754
,000 and do not forget to add the three extra zeros when you look at the tables. See: www.usaid.gov...


...If the money is to be used to raise the standard of living of these countries they're not doing a very good job of it because after all of these decades, after all of these hundreds of billions of dollars, you cannot point to one country that has had its standard of living raised one iota by that. In fact in most cases it's the other way around and that's not an accident because the money has not been used to raise the standard of living. The money does not go to the people in those countries. It goes to the politicians of those countries, to their governments and the money is designed and spent to strengthen their power structures, their ability to control their populations. They usually start off as inefficient dictatorships but by the time they get all this money from the IMF, they are now efficient dictatorships. They have a well-equipped army, a better bureaucracy, total control of their subjects. That's where the money's being spent.

These countries have been purchased because the politicians in those countries are now totally addicted to this money. We talk about welfare families in America that are third and fourth generation welfare, they're on the dole forever, they cannot dream of anything else. The politicians in these countries are the same way and it's now second, third and in some cases fourth generation international welfare from the United Nations funding. They have no ideology--communism, socialism, capitalism, fascism, what difference does it make? where's the money? As long as they live well, they have their mansions, their yachts, their limousines, they go to New York to the UN and have their suites at the Waldorf-Asoria and that's all they care about.

These countries have been purchased through this means and are now owned by this group at the UN and they're firmly in place in the new world order where they're just waiting for you and me to show up. That's the other side of this coin. Not only does this transfer of wealth from America to these countries not raise their standard of living but it does lower ours. That too, believe it or not, is part of the plan. Just waste, get rid of money, get rid of productive power to reduce our standard of living. A strong nation is not a candidate to surrender its sovereignty but a weak nation is. ... www.bigeye.com...



The IMF is delighted to announce that it just approved a €3.2 billion disbursement of cash for Greece.... The kicker: 17.09% of the money coming from the IMF, comes from, that's right dear US taxpayer, you (and since 21% of the quota contributions allocated to the IMF are deemed "non-usable", the actual number funded by the US is likely much higher)..... So to recap: US taxpayers have just paid out about $780 million of the $4.6 billion in order to fund interest owed to... hedge funds www.zerohedge.com...


Here is what one ex-employe said about the IMF:

Summer 1995
"Today I resigned from the staff of the International Monetary Fund after over 12 years, and after 1000 days of official fund work in the field, hawking your medicine and your bag of tricks to governments and to peoples in Latin America and the Caribbean and Africa. To me, resignation is a priceless liberation, for with it I have taken the first big step to that place where I may hope to wash my hands of what in my mind's eye is the blood of millions of poor and starving peoples. Mr. Camdessus, the blood is so much, you know, it runs in rivers. It dries up too; it cakes all over me; sometimes I feel that there is not enough soap in the whole world to cleanse me from the things that I did do in your name and in the name of your predecessors, and under your official seal. "

With those words, Davison Budhoo, a senior economist with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for more than 12 years, publicly resigned in May, 1988.... www.thirdworldtraveler.com...



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 01:28 PM
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Originally posted by HunkaHunka

Well there you have it... and some may say "The heck with the rest of the world... there's no global test"

But ahh yes.. there is when you live in a Global society... and you can infact deny the rest of the world exists only so long... just as Hitler... he denied that the rest of the world mattered at all... and eventually he was sunk...

It's the thing about life... there are always consequences to the actions... at this point if we truly cause the global economic destruction that is being hinted at...well, lets' just say that there will be a lot of angry people who blame the US or even republicans for that matter... and if there are enough angry people who blame the US.. then who knows what they may be driven to do... or not do as the case may be....

Can you imagine an war to liberate America from the Republicans?



www.businessinsider.com
(visit the link for the full news article)
edit on 15-7-2011 by HunkaHunka because: (no reason given)


FIRST. Comparing us to Nazis is a non starter. The real culprit is the UN. Our soldiers are being used (abused) as mercenaries.

Second. The Democrats are equally bad. R and D are the same coin except in a few instances.

Third. Most of us have no use for a "Global Society".

Forth. Let the bastards from the rest of the world invade. The South is ready for them. If things follow suit, Germany will set up shop here in Texas...and find a new home with their Volksdeutsch brethren.
At THAT POINT, the buggers in power should hold their asses.



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 01:30 PM
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Lol, sorry but most of the world dosent get any news from the US, so thanks for trying to sell us how you really feel or how you like your cool aid...

Thanks alot

lol



posted on Jul, 16 2011 @ 01:37 PM
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Ummm... just an FYI...

I am in the world.

I do not think that.

Your title is thus incorrect.





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