anyone going to london on thursday to protest against George W.?

Watch
This discussion is closed.
EI_123
Badges: 0
Rep:
?
#241
Report 17 years ago
#241
(Original post by vienna95)
i dont understand the significance of those names.
the US had property in Cuba under Batista and in Chile under AllenDe, which both nationalised into the state. so, yes the americans were pissed. the main reasons they supported these dictators was to keep the areas surrounding the Cuban regime preferential to the US and not the soviets. it all seems fair game in the name of national interest and at the time the security of the Americas and its allies.

i find it rather amusing that you complain about the US' motives for free trade and then complain when they have a monopoly on it. NAFTA is the worlds largest free trade area, what are your thoughts about mechanisms in place in other parts of the world, notably the EU?
I'm not complaining, but you said that they do what they do cause they are fighting for freedom and that's not true at all.
THEY ONLY FIGHT FOR THEIR OWN WALLETS.

The EU (just as USA) look for their own, I'm not even saying that taking care of a couple of your own citizens and let the whole planet went down it's wrong.
But you can't say that they take care of freedom.

Again: THEY ONLY TAKE CARE FOR THEIR OWN WALLETS.
0
EI_123
Badges: 0
Rep:
?
#242
Report 17 years ago
#242
(Original post by El_Borish)
ahem -free up american trade. sanctions are still imposed by the UN and other organisations, while only america agrres to trade.

similarly, its not true that american administrations have always been against
a) saddam
b) bin laden
c) che guevara
d) pinochet (as mentioned earlier)

in fact, in all of these cases, the US government of the day has used these nations as means to make hits at the USSR (in the instance of Iraq and Afghanistan, and cuba) and pnochet was an attempt to "bring dstability to the region" (aka get it under our control). unfortunately they always seem to either lose control of their frankensteins, or simply lose interest: the military bases and training they gave to al -qaeda, and bin laden's faction in particular, when the USSR tried to invade Afghanistan (often called the USSR's Vietnam, for reference), now proves impossible for them to destroy.

in short, american foreign policy has proved time and again to be short-sighted and naive; creating problems as short-term answers that they then cannot solve, and subsequently meaning the deaths of thousands of innocent people.

oh, sorry- - "collateral damage"

but you can't blame them really - and after all, as Georgie Jr. once said:

"this foreign policy stuff is a little frustrating."
I couldn't agree more.

0
Vienna
Badges: 12
Rep:
?
#243
Report 17 years ago
#243
(Original post by Eternal Idol)
I'm not complaining, but you said that they do what they do cause they are fighting for freedom and that's not true at all.
THEY ONLY FIGHT FOR THEIR OWN WALLETS.

The EU (just as USA) look for their own, I'm not even saying that taking care of a couple of your own citizens and let the whole planet went down it's wrong.
But you can't say that they take care of freedom.

Again: THEY ONLY TAKE CARE FOR THEIR OWN WALLETS.
my position has been quite clear from my posts...

"no whats scary, is the entire latin american continent full of USSR missiles. Thatcher and Reagan with a huge slice of luck and domestic economic stupidity by the Soviets helped end a nuclear war that threatened the world. the US single handedly took responsiblity for those morals."

"the main reasons they supported these dictators was to keep the areas surrounding the Cuban regime preferential to the US and not the soviets. it all seems fair game in the name of national interest and at the time the security of the Americas and its allies. "
0
Vienna
Badges: 12
Rep:
?
#244
Report 17 years ago
#244
"in fact, in all of these cases, the US government of the day has used these nations as means to make hits at the USSR (in the instance of Iraq and Afghanistan, and cuba) "

(Original post by Eternal Idol)
I couldn't agree more.

so are you now saying it wasnt 'for their wallets' ?
0
EI_123
Badges: 0
Rep:
?
#245
Report 17 years ago
#245
(Original post by vienna95)
"in fact, in all of these cases, the US government of the day has used these nations as means to make hits at the USSR (in the instance of Iraq and Afghanistan, and cuba) "



so are you now saying it wasnt 'for their wallets' ?
Come on, don't twist all.

Their ****ing wallets, domination of the world, destruction of enemies.
That's not freedom ...
0
EI_123
Badges: 0
Rep:
?
#246
Report 17 years ago
#246
(Original post by vienna95)
my position has been quite clear from my posts...

"no whats scary, is the entire latin american continent full of USSR missiles. Thatcher and Reagan with a huge slice of luck and domestic economic stupidity by the Soviets helped end a nuclear war that threatened the world. the US single handedly took responsiblity for those morals."

"the main reasons they supported these dictators was to keep the areas surrounding the Cuban regime preferential to the US and not the soviets. it all seems fair game in the name of national interest and at the time the security of the Americas and its allies. "
Thatcher it's a shame.
0
kildare
Badges: 8
Rep:
?
#247
Report 17 years ago
#247
Hmmm, so the U.S. has the right to overthrow the democratically elected government of another soverign nation in the name of "national interest". Interesting point that....
0
Elle
Badges: 6
Rep:
?
#248
Report 17 years ago
#248
Yeah, your contradicting yourself..
0
EI_123
Badges: 0
Rep:
?
#249
Report 17 years ago
#249
They don't have that right and they try to convince the whole world that they do what they do to make the earth a better place.

HAHAHAHA.

I can't beleive the people that buy that kind of crap ...
0
Vienna
Badges: 12
Rep:
?
#250
Report 17 years ago
#250
(Original post by kildare)
Hmmm, so the U.S. has the right to overthrow the democratically elected government of another soverign nation in the name of "national interest". Interesting point that....
wheres that come from?
0
Vienna
Badges: 12
Rep:
?
#251
Report 17 years ago
#251
(Original post by Elle)
Yeah, your contradicting yourself..
who is?

it really is hard work...
0
Vienna
Badges: 12
Rep:
?
#252
Report 17 years ago
#252
(Original post by Eternal Idol)
Come on, don't twist all.

Their ****ing wallets, domination of the world, destruction of enemies.
That's not freedom ...
how is re-posting your post, twisting it?
0
Vienna
Badges: 12
Rep:
?
#253
Report 17 years ago
#253
(Original post by Eternal Idol)
Thatcher it's a shame.
mind you, you could have probably done with someone like her looking over that economy of yours...
0
EI_123
Badges: 0
Rep:
?
#254
Report 17 years ago
#254
Margaret Thatcher it's crap. Final word about that.

"America, since the second world war, has gone out of its way to protect nations and their right to exist. Israel, Bosnia, Kuwait, Kurdistan, Kosovo..the US fought tooth and nail to protect them and funnily enough the majority were muslim..that is a right that it will not haggle over."

I'm not twisting nothing, I've answered to that stupidity of above.
America doesn't fight for freedom.
Final word about that too.
0
Vienna
Badges: 12
Rep:
?
#255
Report 17 years ago
#255
(Original post by Eternal Idol)
Margaret Thatcher it's crap. Final word about that.
its crap? what is?

"America, since the second world war, has gone out of its way to protect nations and their right to exist. Israel, Bosnia, Kuwait, Kurdistan, Kosovo..the US fought tooth and nail to protect them and funnily enough the majority were muslim..that is a right that it will not haggle over."

I'm not twisting nothing, I've answered to that stupidity of above.
what have you answered to..

America doesn't fight for freedom.
Final word about that too.
pity, you were beginning to sound coherent.
0
EI_123
Badges: 0
Rep:
?
#256
Report 17 years ago
#256
Yeah, crap, of piece of ****.
The kind of thing that nobody wants to be close to it.

Oh, now I'm coherent, thanks.

You are always, fascist, thanks the kindest that I can say right now about you.
0
Vienna
Badges: 12
Rep:
?
#257
Report 17 years ago
#257
(Original post by Eternal Idol)
Yeah, crap, of piece of ****.
The kind of thing that nobody wants to be close to it.

Oh, now I'm coherent, thanks.

You are always, fascist, thanks the kindest that I can say right now about you.
ok. thanks.
0
Mr White
Badges: 7
Rep:
?
#258
Report 17 years ago
#258
(Original post by vienna95)
ok. thanks.
Nice of him to say that.
0
EI_123
Badges: 0
Rep:
?
#259
Report 17 years ago
#259
(Original post by vienna95)
ok. thanks.
You are welcome.

I don't have anything against you.
0
Vienna
Badges: 12
Rep:
?
#260
Report 17 years ago
#260
you'll be pleased to know that you hold similar concerns to Mr.Bush,
who said in his speech today,

"We cannot turn a blind eye to oppression just because the oppression is not in our own backyard. No longer should we think tyranny is benign because it is temporarily convenient."
0
X
new posts
Back
to top
Latest
My Feed

See more of what you like on
The Student Room

You can personalise what you see on TSR. Tell us a little about yourself to get started.

Personalise

Which of these would you use to help with making uni decisions?

Webinars (64)
12.31%
Virtual campus tours/open days (122)
23.46%
Live streaming events (46)
8.85%
Online AMAs/guest lectures (52)
10%
A uni comparison tool (121)
23.27%
An in-person event when available (115)
22.12%

Watched Threads

View All