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Originally posted by Laurauk
reply to post by superman2012
Then we will be waiting a very long time for those, who run the US to admit they were wrong. Hell they cannot even admit to it when there kill friendly soldiers or innocent civilians, never mind its own citizens.
edit on 3-12-2011 by Laurauk because: Correcting spelling.
Not only did the Federal Reserve give 16.1 trillion dollars in nearly interest-free loans to the "too big to fail" banks, the Fed also paid them over 600 million dollars to help run the emergency lending program. According to the GAO, the Federal Reserve shelled out an astounding $659.4 million in "fees" to the very financial institutions which caused the financial crisis in the first place.
Exactly! This is such a transparent setup. The feds want this, so they can do away with the vestiges of "state's rights". Doesn't anyone else see this? The crackdowns are not federal issues at all, even if they are coordinated by the feds. This is a struggle for the rights of humans to have local autonomy in North America, otherwise known as the District of Columbia.
Originally posted by thehoneycomb
reply to post by XPLodER
No dude, why don't you just grant them permission to come over here and kill innocent americans?
Not that you have the authority to do so anyways.
Originally posted by XPLodER
reply to post by thehoneycomb
i hate the teliban,
i do not wish harm on anyone,
i do not think the telban is anywhere near as dangeous as the usa
to suggest otherwise is an outright lie
one statement doesnt equal the other
you are using the patriot angle to demonize me
i dont agree with terrorism, not from the teliban, and not from the us govenment.
twist someone elses words troll
Originally posted by Roger Dat
reply to post by sonnny1
The U.S was not the only country to fund U.N. Even if it had funded it ALL, the U.N would/SHOULD NOT give ANY country any special rights because it abides by the rule of Law and Freedom. Thus, you believing that the U.N warning the U.S about the crackdowns is laughable, shows how ignorant you are of your Constitution which are very well embedded in U.N's foundations which you are supposedly trying to attack/criticize/deminish. The people have the right to PROTEST in a democractic society. Apparently, you have already accepted and conformed with the fact you are living in a tyrant system being led to a holocaust, which is LAUGHABLE or something in this sense.
With the price tag spiraling out of control, the UN has cooked up a scheme whereby member countries will add the construction cost to their annual "assessments." As the largest UN contributor, the United States will not only pay 22% of the regular UN budget, and 25% of all peacekeeping costs, we now get to pay 22% of the $1.9 billion construction project -- or $413.6 million. By contrast, China, with whom we have a $232 billion trade deficit will pay only $38.6 million to the UN reconstruction. Russia, which had one of its own citizens convicted this week for accepting bribes on UN contracts, will be billed $20.6 million. Venezuela, whose dictator is the UN’s most effective anti-American propagandist, gets the bargain price of $3.2 million. Iran will only have to pony up $2.9 million for the UN headquarters, since its cash is needed for its nuclear weapons program. Finally, Sudan, which prefers to apply its resources to its on-going genocide, will help defray a whopping $150,000 of the UN’s $2 billion project.
Yet again we see that there is no institution — not even the United Nations — more profoundly hostile to the USA and its interests than our own moonbat-infested State Department. Between 1997 and 2007, the four countries currently designated as state-sponsors of terror — Iran, Syria, Sudan and Cuba — received more than $55 million in assistance from the International Atomic Energy Agency's technical cooperation program, a senior GAO official told a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on nonproliferation policy last week.
Originally posted by XPLodER
reply to post by tomdham
i am an autistic man from new zealand,
we are one of the most pieceful places on earth
i have never know the pains of war or the effects a nation suffers from its participation,
weather as the agressor or the occupied,
i have never served anything other than piece,
we in new zealand are a nation of piece keepers and medics and engineers.
1 Māori tribal warfare before 1806
2 Musket Wars 1806–1845
3 New Zealand wars
4 Second Boer War 1899–1902
5 First World War 1914–1918
6 Second World War 1939–1945
6.1 Middle East and Europe
6.3 Naval war
6.4 Air war
7 Compulsory Military Training 1949–1959, 1962–1972
8 Malaysia 1949–1966
8.1 Malayan Emergency 1949–1964
8.2 Indonesia-Malaysia Confrontation 1963–66
9 Korean War 1950–1953
10 Peacekeeping and Observer Missions
10.1 Kashmir 1952–76
10.2 Lebanon/Syria/Israel – UNTSO
10.3 Rhodesia: Operation Agila 1979–80
10.4 Multi-National Force and Observers 1982–present
10.5 Former Yugoslavia 1992–2007
10.6 East Timor 1999–2003, 2006
10.7 Solomon Islands 2000–present
10.8 Iraq 2003–present
10.9 Tonga 2006–present
12 Vietnam War 1964–75
13 The Middle East 1982–present
i believe every human on earth has the same human rights,
some confuse the idea with the United Nations convention of human rights, which my country is a signatory of,
but in my country in the south pacific ocean there is a thought and a way of life,
it is pretty simple
human rights are inherant in all people regardless of where in the world they live
piece and light
I agree with some of what you said, but obviously, not all.
I cannot abide by the UN ANYTHING! Especially the "human rights" crap they dispense.
They almost got me killed in a hotel in El Salvador back in the 80's because they could not contain the "human rights" of the RPG's and mines of the guerrillas. Enough said.
And on topic, I don't see any of the UN sponsored "Occupy" hippies in your neck of the woods? Imagine that.