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(Some Guy)   Prof Richard Falk blames America for Boston Marathon bombings while searching his trench coat incessantly for a pen   (theglobaldispatch.com) divider line 58
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2013-04-24 02:12:04 PM
8 votes:
FTFA:  "The American global domination project is bound to generate all kinds of resistance in the post-colonial world. In some respects, the United States has been fortunate not to experience worse blowbacks, and these may yet happen, especially if there is no disposition to rethink US relations to others in the world, starting with the Middle East."

www.statemaster.com
HA_HA_HA
idiot

1942 called and said you can't ignore the world and be left alone in peace.  We are involved.  We have to be.  We will be hurt sometimes, sure.  But nobody will ever think we are a soft target.
2013-04-24 02:17:58 PM
7 votes:

willfullyobscure: skullkrusher: International Law professor

Huh. What is international law, exactly?


A basket weaving degree with a fancy title, "international Law" means "I piss and moan anytime the united states does something and call everyone involved war criminals"
2013-04-24 02:13:33 PM
5 votes:
Alright, so the basic premise of crap like this is because we piss off an unstable asswit fringe element person somewhere, we therefore are to blame when he goes off and wreaks vengeance to the voices in his head.

Yep, you bet man.

I'd love to see a country run by these 5th column types though. Ducks bunnies and free beer as far as the eye can see, with nary a pissed off anarchist, terrorist, or punk. Nobody ever gets angry at the state, nobody ever commits a crime, and nobody ever decides their own sh*tty little worldview needs a bigger platform so how about randomly killing innocent bystanders including children.

Boston has nothing to apologize for.
2013-04-24 02:22:22 PM
4 votes:

willfullyobscure: skullkrusher: International Law professor

Huh. What is international law, exactly?


Anything liberals want it to be.

/as long as the Bush Administration is guilty of war crimes under it
//and the Obama Administration gets a permanent "get out of jail free" card
2013-04-24 03:01:13 PM
3 votes:

Princess Ryans Knickers: LonMead: Princess Ryans Knickers: skullkrusher: Princess Ryans Knickers: If we hadn't stuck our noses into the foreign affairs of Chechnya we wouldn't have had the bombings. Truth. George Washington warned us about getting entangled in the affairs of other nations for a reason.

not a day goes by where you don't say something incomprehensibly stupid

You mean like how we removed a democratically elected President in Cuba and installed Castro. Or how we stuck our noses into Vietnam to "stop communism". Or how we removed a democratically elected leader in Iran and installed a theocratic one. Or how we then trained and supplied Iraq to fight Iran. Or how we trained and supplied bin Laden and the Taliban to fight Russia. Or how we trained and supplied Noriega in Nicaragua. Then we trained and supplied the rebels in Nicaragua. Then we went after bin Laden, Saddam. Or how about our sabre rattling at Iran recently? Or sticking our nose in Korea, over and over. Or us sticking our nose into the Chechnyan-Russian Federation conflict and sending terrorists from Saudi Arabia to interfere.

Tell me, oh great and wise one... who really is the stupid one?

Since roughly 2/3 of what you just posted was completely wrong, and the rest shows a total lack of understanding about history, I'm going to go with you.

And what, exactly, is wrong? I'll wait.


You obviously failed history class the first time... why put yourself through it again?

But, since you asked, some examples:

The U.S. had nothing to do with Batista's overthrow in Cuba (in fact, the U.S. tried to get rid of Castro, and has had an embargo on the country since the 60's)

The U.S. had nothing to do with the overthrow of the Shah (in fact, one of the reasons Khomeni's followers took and held the U.S. Embassy during this period had to do with U.S. support of the Shah).

Noriega was in Panama.

Yes we trained and supplied the rebels in Nicaragua (that would be the pro-democratic, anti-Communist rebels).

We went after bin Laden because bin Laden came at us.

Sticking OUR nose in Korea? Maybe you mean the United Nations.

Chechnya? You mean where we condemned the the Chechens use terrorism and sent humanitarian aid, and tried to get the Russians to negotiate? And where do you find that we sent Saudi terrorists to "interfere" (interfere with what, might I ask?)?

Yeah, going to have to say you're not really the bright one here.
2013-04-24 02:23:40 PM
3 votes:
In 1939, FDR called for the combatant nations in WWII to agree to never bomb civilians.

By the end of the war, the US had killed 500,000+ German civilians through bombing. In one raid on Tokyo, we burned to death 100,000 civilians. We used two nuclear bombs on Japan--the only use of nuclear weapons in war to date--and killed more than 250,000 civilians with them.

It's understandable that SOME people would have a problem with a country that went from saving millions from starvation in the Soviet Union to annihilating civilian populations of enemy countries. The Nazis championed that tactic from the start; we began differently.

However, as someone once said, the greatest moral failure the United States could have made in World War II was to lose the war. That we didn't do.
2013-04-24 02:13:40 PM
3 votes:
What's the point of the UN again?  I've never really studied it's history but the current culture there is fairly disgusting.  Unaccountable appointed jackwagons that espouse hatred for the U.S. while gleefully enjoying the facilities and privileges provided by U.S. success.  Not to mention the U.N. is in NYC.

But really, has the U.N. ever done anything more important than strongly worded letters?  I googled U.N. success and only got links to un.org.
2013-04-24 02:09:05 PM
3 votes:
Calling something "retribution" is not exactly the same as saying "they got what they deserved". I can't say I entirely disagree with his point.  The US has had a long history of a belief in our manifest destiny to police the world and enforce democracy at whatever price.  We should focus on solving our internal problems before we start looking for ways to solve the problems of others.
2013-04-24 02:08:43 PM
3 votes:
Some people attention whores should self-flagellate in private.
2013-04-24 03:57:05 PM
2 votes:

AdolfOliverPanties: The guy has a point.  I won't go as far as to say that Boston go what it deserved.  I will say that as much as America does butt in and does back bad guys from time to time and does seem to be war-hungry almost all the time, how this sort of thing hasn't happened hundreds of times before on US soil is a mystery.

As a nation, we deserve this kind of treatment.  More accurately, our government deserves it.  If the terrorists really want to get back at those that they feel have wronged them, American citizenry should not be the target.  They should do some research and go after the big money entities that fund the military industrial complex and back government leaders with shiat-tons of money to get what they want out of the world.  And then, go after the leaders themselves.

Attacking a pretty farking ignorant populace that is only too eager to suck up the government's assessment of things is not going to accomplish a single farking thing.  They attack citizens, the government tells the citizens who did it and who to hate, the citizens believe it, and the government goes on doing whatever the hell the rich entities tell them to.


"We should stone to death the woman who got raped because she dressed like a harlot and then committed adultery."

What's different?
2013-04-24 03:06:37 PM
2 votes:
xalres: I guess that's why I'm so numb to this and other tragedies. Yeah, they suck but they'll continue to happen until we take a real hard look at why they happen. Until then, don't ask me to give a damn and I won't say I told you so the next time it happens, and it will.

The funny thing is your rant is an implied attack against American ethnocentrism, yet you completely ignore that most of these terrorist attacks occur against other Muslims in other countries.
2013-04-24 02:57:54 PM
2 votes:
The guy has a point.  I won't go as far as to say that Boston go what it deserved.  I will say that as much as America does butt in and does back bad guys from time to time and does seem to be war-hungry almost all the time, how this sort of thing hasn't happened hundreds of times before on US soil is a mystery.

As a nation, we deserve this kind of treatment.  More accurately, our government deserves it.  If the terrorists really want to get back at those that they feel have wronged them, American citizenry should not be the target.  They should do some research and go after the big money entities that fund the military industrial complex and back government leaders with shiat-tons of money to get what they want out of the world.  And then, go after the leaders themselves.

Attacking a pretty farking ignorant populace that is only too eager to suck up the government's assessment of things is not going to accomplish a single farking thing.  They attack citizens, the government tells the citizens who did it and who to hate, the citizens believe it, and the government goes on doing whatever the hell the rich entities tell them to.
2013-04-24 02:28:37 PM
2 votes:

Princess Ryans Knickers: skullkrusher: Princess Ryans Knickers: If we hadn't stuck our noses into the foreign affairs of Chechnya we wouldn't have had the bombings. Truth. George Washington warned us about getting entangled in the affairs of other nations for a reason.

not a day goes by where you don't say something incomprehensibly stupid

You mean like how we removed a democratically elected President in Cuba and installed Castro. Or how we stuck our noses into Vietnam to "stop communism". Or how we removed a democratically elected leader in Iran and installed a theocratic one. Or how we then trained and supplied Iraq to fight Iran. Or how we trained and supplied bin Laden and the Taliban to fight Russia. Or how we trained and supplied Noriega in Nicaragua. Then we trained and supplied the rebels in Nicaragua. Then we went after bin Laden, Saddam. Or how about our sabre rattling at Iran recently? Or sticking our nose in Korea, over and over. Or us sticking our nose into the Chechnyan-Russian Federation conflict and sending terrorists from Saudi Arabia to interfere.

Tell me, oh great and wise one... who really is the stupid one?


Since roughly 2/3 of what you just posted was completely wrong, and the rest shows a total lack of understanding about history, I'm going to go with you.
2013-04-24 02:23:43 PM
2 votes:

skullkrusher: Princess Ryans Knickers: If we hadn't stuck our noses into the foreign affairs of Chechnya we wouldn't have had the bombings. Truth. George Washington warned us about getting entangled in the affairs of other nations for a reason.

not a day goes by where you don't say something incomprehensibly stupid


You mean like how we removed a democratically elected President in Cuba and installed Castro. Or how we stuck our noses into Vietnam to "stop communism". Or how we removed a democratically elected leader in Iran and installed a theocratic one. Or how we then trained and supplied Iraq to fight Iran. Or how we trained and supplied bin Laden and the Taliban to fight Russia. Or how we trained and supplied Noriega in Nicaragua. Then we trained and supplied the rebels in Nicaragua. Then we went after bin Laden, Saddam. Or how about our sabre rattling at Iran recently? Or sticking our nose in Korea, over and over. Or us sticking our nose into the Chechnyan-Russian Federation conflict and sending terrorists from Saudi Arabia to interfere.

Tell me, oh great and wise one... who really is the stupid one?
2013-04-24 02:20:36 PM
2 votes:

Source4leko: atomicmask: "Islamaphobia" oh boy, he uses a made up term to define rational dislike of a group of people prone for violence and the primary culprit of every terrorist attack/plot in the world..


Lol.  the IRA would like a word with you...


IRA

relevant in the past 20 years

Done anything remotely as bad as Islamic Jihad outside of Ireland...

"BUT WHITE PEOPLE!"
2013-04-24 02:18:25 PM
2 votes:
1.bp.blogspot.com
2013-04-24 02:16:26 PM
2 votes:

Generation_D: Alright, so the basic premise of crap like this is because we piss off an unstable asswit fringe element person somewhere, we therefore are to blame when he goes off and wreaks vengeance to the voices in his head.

.

It's the Battered Wife theory of politics.    "Why'd you make me hit you, baby?"
2013-04-24 02:15:35 PM
2 votes:

Princess Ryans Knickers: If we hadn't stuck our noses into the foreign affairs of Chechnya we wouldn't have had the bombings. Truth. George Washington warned us about getting entangled in the affairs of other nations for a reason.


The fact that we, as a nation, are incapable of realizing our foreign policy dick-waving is the reason so many people around the world hate us is why things like Boston will continue to happen. It's much easier for us to believe they hate us because we're so damn awesome since the alternative would require some empathy and introspection, and perhaps the possibility of shattering our puffed up exceptionalist view of ourselves, and we can't have that.

I guess that's why I'm so numb to this and other tragedies. Yeah, they suck but they'll continue to happen until we take a real hard look at why they happen. Until then, don't ask me to give a damn and I won't say I told you so the next time it happens, and it will.

\I'm depressed now
\\dollar fish tacos should help
2013-04-24 02:14:56 PM
2 votes:
Falk says the US needs to better accommodate the demands of "the Islamic world," especially over the Israel/Palestine conflict.

I guess we need to help the Muslim world destroy the Israeli people, something they have been unable to do for the past 1500 years.
2013-04-24 02:13:15 PM
2 votes:
Well, this just made the onion article seem well reasoned, sensitive and insightful.
2013-04-24 02:09:18 PM
2 votes:

Princess Ryans Knickers: If we hadn't stuck our noses into the foreign affairs of Chechnya we wouldn't have had the bombings. Truth. George Washington warned us about getting entangled in the affairs of other nations for a reason.


not a day goes by where you don't say something incomprehensibly stupid
2013-04-24 02:07:15 PM
2 votes:
Some guy on the internet calls out some guy you've never heard of.

It's not news.
2013-04-24 02:06:00 PM
2 votes:
www.libraryforsales.com
2013-04-24 01:58:56 PM
2 votes:
If we hadn't stuck our noses into the foreign affairs of Chechnya we wouldn't have had the bombings. Truth. George Washington warned us about getting entangled in the affairs of other nations for a reason.
2013-04-24 05:52:47 PM
1 votes:

partisan222: Tommy Moo:

I don't agree with all the aspects of our foreign policy either. Terrorists are still goddamn cowards. If they were really so righteous, they would march on Washington and die trying to take on the Army, not go after civilians.

I think we'd all agree.  The problem is when you say that Islam = terrorist, therefore let's kill all the Muslims.  So don't say that.


I have never advocated for "killing all the Muslims." I have advocated for killing terrorists, and exposing the fallacious ideas that develop and shield the terrorists, which involves arguing against and taking to task the unsavory beliefs of "moderate" Islam.
2013-04-24 04:20:24 PM
1 votes:
Princess Ryans Knickers:John F. Kennedy stated:

"I approved the proclamation which Fidel Castro made in the Sierra Maestra, when he justifiably called for justice and especially yearned to rid Cuba of corruption. I will even go further: to some extent it is as though Batista was the incarnation of a number of sins on the part of the United States. Now we shall have to pay for those sins. In the matter of the Batista regime, I am in agreement with the first Cuban revolutionaries. "


Not interested in reading the rest of that interview, where Kennedy decries the communist takeover and Casto's tactics? Statement of agreement with motivations does not make an agreement of policy (or as you would have it, collusion)

So you deny that the United States and the CIA had nothing to do with Khomeini?

Can't speak for the CIA, but the State Department (under whose auspices the CIA is run) wanted nothing to do with Khomeni.

 Yes we trained and supplied the rebels in Nicaragua (that would be the pro-democratic, anti-Communist rebels).

Glad you agree.


But probably not for the reasons you're thinking

And so you don't deny that we first trained and supplied bin Laden, nor do you deny that other statement of mine that we had to clean up the mess that was made of our country due to him? Sticking our noses where they don't belong.

You mean, after bin Laden came to us and offered his help in attacking the Soviets in Afghanistan, and we took advantage of that? Let me repeat that... bin Laden first approached US and offered assistance in dealing with what was considered at the time a mutual problem. No one at the time could foresee what bin Laden was going to become.

Sticking OUR nose in Korea? Maybe you mean the United Nations.
United States Army Military Government of Korea ring any bells? We were involved before the UN was. Since the United States fairly much controls and leads the UN, you do the math.


United States Army Military Government IN Korea, maybe? The provisional governing body that was in place after WWII, when the occupying Japanese Army was removed?  You might very well, in the same breath, ask about the Soviet Army doing the same thing in North Korea.

And the U.S. controls and leads the UN? That would be news to the UN.

Chechnya? You mean where we condemned the the Chechens use terrorism and sent humanitarian aid, and tried to get the Russians to negotiate? And where do you find that we sent Saudi terrorists to "interfere" (interfere with what, might I ask?)?

Do a Google book search. You can
see the old newspaper articles about it from 1999. We were asked point blank by Russia to stop interfering.

We were asked point blank by Russia to stop interfering because they didn't want us watching what they were doing, and they wanted us to stop sending humanitarian aid to the area (you see, we were trying to be the good guy and help people who had been harmed by both Chechen terrorists AND by the Russian military crackdown on the violence there, which was VERY heavy-handed). But you don't seem interested in that. It seems that you believe that if the U.S. does or even says anything about any kind of world event, then we are "interfering" and "sticking our nose where it doesn't belong". Oh, sometimes we do, I'll give you that. But not nearly as often as your fevered imagination would have it, and more than likely for none of the reason you'd actually believe.
2013-04-24 03:32:43 PM
1 votes:

I_C_Weener: DubtodaIll: What's the point of the UN again?  I've never really studied it's history but the current culture there is fairly disgusting.  Unaccountable appointed jackwagons that espouse hatred for the U.S. while gleefully enjoying the facilities and privileges provided by U.S. success.  Not to mention the U.N. is in NYC.

But really, has the U.N. ever done anything more important than strongly worded letters?  I googled U.N. success and only got links to un.org.

No WWIII. That is its purpose. All else is feel good window dressing


If only we had a League of Nations or something before WWII.
2013-04-24 03:24:46 PM
1 votes:

AdolfOliverPanties: The guy has a point.  I won't go as far as to say that Boston go what it deserved.  I will say that as much as America does butt in and does back bad guys from time to time and does seem to be war-hungry almost all the time, how this sort of thing hasn't happened hundreds of times before on US soil is a mystery.

As a nation, we deserve this kind of treatment.  More accurately, our government deserves it.  If the terrorists really want to get back at those that they feel have wronged them, American citizenry should not be the target.  They should do some research and go after the big money entities that fund the military industrial complex and back government leaders with shiat-tons of money to get what they want out of the world.  And then, go after the leaders themselves.

Attacking a pretty farking ignorant populace that is only too eager to suck up the government's assessment of things is not going to accomplish a single farking thing.  They attack citizens, the government tells the citizens who did it and who to hate, the citizens believe it, and the government goes on doing whatever the hell the rich entities tell them to.


So the solution to get back at America is to bomb people watching runners?  Isn't that blaming the victim?  I mean, they didn't attack soldiers or raid a Marine base...
2013-04-24 03:11:46 PM
1 votes:

I_C_Weener: DubtodaIll: What's the point of the UN again?  I've never really studied it's history but the current culture there is fairly disgusting.  Unaccountable appointed jackwagons that espouse hatred for the U.S. while gleefully enjoying the facilities and privileges provided by U.S. success.  Not to mention the U.N. is in NYC.

But really, has the U.N. ever done anything more important than strongly worded letters?  I googled U.N. success and only got links to un.org.

No WWIII. That is its purpose. All else is feel good window dressing


I thought that was MAD.
2013-04-24 03:11:21 PM
1 votes:
Falk's commentary began by stating how 'Islamaphobic' America has become

My, my... Isn't that a popular word these days?
2013-04-24 03:05:21 PM
1 votes:

FLMountainMan: tuna fingers: Been done.
To limited degrees of success.

[encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 264x191]

Ward Churchill was incredibly successful.  The American public now accepts as fact that the US Government gave smallpox blankets to Indians.


And virtually all of us wish that ebola blankets had been given to Ward Churchill.
2013-04-24 03:03:23 PM
1 votes:

tuna fingers: Been done.
To limited degrees of success.

[encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 264x191]


Ward Churchill was incredibly successful.  The American public now accepts as fact that the US Government gave smallpox blankets to Indians.
2013-04-24 03:01:46 PM
1 votes:

AdolfOliverPanties: The guy has a point.  I won't go as far as to say that Boston go what it deserved.  I will say that as much as America does butt in and does back bad guys from time to time and does seem to be war-hungry almost all the time, how this sort of thing hasn't happened hundreds of times before on US soil is a mystery.

As a nation, we deserve this kind of treatment.  More accurately, our government deserves it.  If the terrorists really want to get back at those that they feel have wronged them, American citizenry should not be the target.  They should do some research and go after the big money entities that fund the military industrial complex and back government leaders with shiat-tons of money to get what they want out of the world.  And then, go after the leaders themselves.

Attacking a pretty farking ignorant populace that is only too eager to suck up the government's assessment of things is not going to accomplish a single farking thing.  They attack citizens, the government tells the citizens who did it and who to hate, the citizens believe it, and the government goes on doing whatever the hell the rich entities tell them to.


Big money entities, like teacher unions?

I am almost sick so many farkers agree with the guy. Just.... wow. True liberal colors.
2013-04-24 03:01:07 PM
1 votes:

BojanglesPaladin: I was with you up until you forgot about the IRA, Basque seperatists, Leftist whackadoos of various flavors, Mexican drug cartels, and maybe even some budhist monks.


www.mytakeradio.com

And let us not forget Nova Scotian separatists.
2013-04-24 02:59:59 PM
1 votes:
Our action do not have consequences and we shall never have our comeuppance!

/never i say!
2013-04-24 02:55:06 PM
1 votes:

atomicmask: "Islamaphobia" oh boy, he uses a made up term to define rational dislike of a group of people prone for violence and the primary culprit of every terrorist attack/plot in the world..


I was with you up until you forgot about the IRA, Basque seperatists, Leftist whackadoos of various flavors, Mexican drug cartels, and maybe even some budhist monks.
2013-04-24 02:51:21 PM
1 votes:

Princess Ryans Knickers: If we hadn't stuck our noses into the foreign affairs of Chechnya we wouldn't have had the bombings.


We did?

Oh wait...
2013-04-24 02:48:28 PM
1 votes:

rufus-t-firefly: echomike23: [media.screened.com image 555x412]
how about a nice game of chess?

I remember reading that the original choice for Prof. Falken (quite some time before the movie was made) was John Lennon. And I could totally see that.


that would have been interesting.
2013-04-24 02:39:19 PM
1 votes:

Princess Ryans Knickers: skullkrusher: Princess Ryans Knickers: skullkrusher: Princess Ryans Knickers: If we hadn't stuck our noses into the foreign affairs of Chechnya we wouldn't have had the bombings. Truth. George Washington warned us about getting entangled in the affairs of other nations for a reason.

not a day goes by where you don't say something incomprehensibly stupid

You mean like how we removed a democratically elected President in Cuba and installed Castro. Or how we stuck our noses into Vietnam to "stop communism". Or how we removed a democratically elected leader in Iran and installed a theocratic one. Or how we then trained and supplied Iraq to fight Iran. Or how we trained and supplied bin Laden and the Taliban to fight Russia. Or how we trained and supplied Noriega in Nicaragua. Then we trained and supplied the rebels in Nicaragua. Then we went after bin Laden, Saddam. Or how about our sabre rattling at Iran recently? Or sticking our nose in Korea, over and over. Or us sticking our nose into the Chechnyan-Russian Federation conflict and sending terrorists from Saudi Arabia to interfere.

Tell me, oh great and wise one... who really is the stupid one?

no, I mean in reference to the statement you made. The declaration that the bombings would not have had happened but for X. Followed by "Truth."
Remember that?

Translation: You got nothing.


ok, so show some evidence. I'll wait.
2013-04-24 02:33:51 PM
1 votes:
Falk is a Jewish name. I don't know what is going on in his head but blaming innocent victims for their own bombing is just plain nuts.
2013-04-24 02:32:50 PM
1 votes:
By his 'logic' anything the US does to protect its interests is a reason to be attacked.

What a farkwad.
2013-04-24 02:31:56 PM
1 votes:

Brick-House: As a way of disagreeing whith this idiot, I believe we need to show more (less) of the US Flag.

[4.bp.blogspot.com image 842x1398]

God Bless America!


With all the patriotic zeal and respect for veterans who have fought and died for this country I can muster, at this moment I say we need to show less...much less of the American flag...maybe just one star and no stripes.
2013-04-24 02:30:46 PM
1 votes:

Englebert Slaptyback: JNowe

.It's the Battered Wife theory of politics.


Also called the Tempura Principle.


My uncle ran the Tempura Shelter for lightly battered women.....
2013-04-24 02:30:14 PM
1 votes:
jfivealive:  willfullyobscure: skullkrusher: International Law professor
Huh. What is international law, exactly?
It regulates the transportation of asian slaves and russian brides


And blames the Jews for everything wrong in the world, at least according to Falk.
2013-04-24 02:25:20 PM
1 votes:
Go Falk yourself.

Sincerely,

America
2013-04-24 02:21:52 PM
1 votes:

xalres: It's much easier for us to believe they hate us because we're so damn awesome since the alternative would require some empathy and introspection


When being honest with yourself causes you to lose the moral high ground people will tend to just lie to themselves.
2013-04-24 02:20:36 PM
1 votes:
You're not wrong Richard; you're just an asshole.
2013-04-24 02:18:53 PM
1 votes:

atomicmask: "Islamaphobia" oh boy, he uses a made up term to define rational dislike of a group of people prone for violence and the primary culprit of every terrorist attack/plot in the world..



Lol.  the IRA would like a word with you...
2013-04-24 02:16:11 PM
1 votes:
How is stupid to suggest that if we bomb people, they will eventually want to bomb us back?
2013-04-24 02:15:30 PM
1 votes:

DubtodaIll: What's the point of the UN again?  I've never really studied it's history but the current culture there is fairly disgusting.  Unaccountable appointed jackwagons that espouse hatred for the U.S. while gleefully enjoying the facilities and privileges provided by U.S. success.  Not to mention the U.N. is in NYC.

But really, has the U.N. ever done anything more important than strongly worded letters?  I googled U.N. success and only got links to un.org.


No WWIII. That is its purpose. All else is feel good window dressing
2013-04-24 02:13:35 PM
1 votes:
"Islamaphobia" oh boy, he uses a made up term to define rational dislike of a group of people prone for violence and the primary culprit of every terrorist attack/plot in the world..
2013-04-24 02:12:06 PM
1 votes:
Falk you, Dick.
2013-04-24 02:10:54 PM
1 votes:

echomike23: [media.screened.com image 555x412]
how about a nice game of chess?


I remember reading that the original choice for Prof. Falken (quite some time before the movie was made) was John Lennon. And I could totally see that.
2013-04-24 02:10:42 PM
1 votes:
who is this guy and what makes him a UN official and what is the name of that media source?
2013-04-24 02:08:15 PM
1 votes:
media.screened.com
how about a nice game of chess?
2013-04-24 02:08:01 PM
1 votes:
Big words from someone who programmed a computer to start a Global Thermonuclear War.
2013-04-24 02:00:33 PM
1 votes:
aw c'mon...this can't be real

...please...
2013-04-24 01:58:43 PM
1 votes:
Richard Fark??
/it's not news, it's......
 
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