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Posted By:Luckyred

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2008-10-08 00:47:15
Thank you, Greg, for your kind words.
2008-10-08 00:33:53
Poppy - anyone who has spent any time at all on Pixdaus knows *you are a kind, gentle soul* who _never_ could have thought, much less written, any of that vile garbage. As to English being a second language to you - your command of it (replete with your easy recollection of poems) makes me wish it was taught as well in the U.S. as it apparently was for you. Although my wife is fairly fluent in Spanish (her mom grew up in Chile), I can barely manage a few sentences and I took 4 years of it in school!
2008-10-07 15:48:50
Now the troll is even plagiarising some of my sentences (or parts of) from a picture he posted in a name he stole from me. That is what he has to resort to, I would imagine, because he does not have one single original thought in his own head. Those who know me will have no difficulty in discerning which parts could be my originals and which are his. His racist frame of mind and use of profanities colour everything he says. English is his language, not mine, but he is unable to use it without taking it down to the gutter level each time he writes. I happen to think English is a beautiful language, and one that can so effortlessly be used without resorting to expletives or foul expressions.
2008-10-07 08:17:39
"All" and "direct" - hoo boy! You would have made Joseph Goebbels blush with pride, so excellent is your propaganda. Rule 1 - use universal affirmations (e.g., "all", "always", "everywhere"). Rule 2 - Intermingle the antecedent and the consequent such that you can either fallaciously affirm the consequent or deny the antecedent, depending on your goals. No, comrade Popolov, Western involvement has not been the *direct* cause of *all* genocides in Africa. Direct in some, indirect in others. Suggestion: take a logic course, then a history class. This will help you avoid making unsubstantiated generalizations.
2008-10-07 02:49:54
Greg, whilst it is agreed that there have always been wars created by the greedy and more powerful oppressing the peace-loving communities, it was the European countries who invaded, exploited and enslaved the various African, South American, and-and-and other countries. By example we showed them how to do the same to their own and other people - in every respect. Britain being the worst of them all. And the consequences were that 'we' gave birth to the greater evil in Africa. 'All' of the genocides in various parts of Africa over the past decades have been the direct cause and consequence of European and American atrocities in those countries. In many incidences our own special forces and mercenaries went specifically to create such problems. Why? One of the major reasons was to benefit the arms manufacturers and the various offshoot industries.
2008-10-07 01:36:26
Definitely heart-wrenching, and hopefully something that will produce positive action on the part of those who are more fortunate. However, "all been caused by western evil"? Wow - talk about a sweeping generalization. Some of the tragedies and evils in contemporary Africa has been caused by elements from Western governments and commercial concerns, certainly. However, perhaps you should read up on the Rwandan Tutsis genocide by the Hutus. Or, the Muslim extremists in the Darfur region of Sudan - killing ethnic Christian men and enslaving women. Although I believe it was always wrong for western governments to assert sovereignty over any African region, the fact remains that most African nations experienced far worse human rights conditions *after* the western nation withdrew and independence was recognized. What is the real problem? Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely.
2008-10-07 00:42:08
A pitiful sight. The heart weeps for them. The terrible happenings in Africa have all been caused by western evil. Thank you for posting it Luckyred.