Wednesday, March 14, 2007

US Imperialist War Crimes In Africa

In the deep heart of Africa, a criminal colonialist US imperialist immoral invader of death and destruction brutally slaps two poor ethnic minority black negro local people across the face, lording it over to reveal the true face of "America" in all its naked aggression.


Dr. Fallon said...

Read more here.

Why Do They Hate Us?

Even though conflict is big on television, not all wars infiltrate our consciousness. Where the United States or its (economic?) allies or (economic?) interests are not involved, war does not seem to exist for us. The Department of Peace and Conflict Research at Uppsala University in Sweden report that on average 9 minor armed conflicts (where the number of deaths does not exceed 1000 during the course of the conflict), 12 intermediate armed conflicts (where the number of deaths exceeds 1000, but is fewer than 1000 in any given year), and 13 wars (with more than 1000 deaths a year) go on at all times somewhere in the world.

In the year 2000, war took the lives of 168,000 Africans, 65,000 Asians, 39,000 “middle-easterners,” 37,000 Europeans, and 2,000 Central and South Americans. At the same time, American arms manufacturers were making it possible for war to be the “booming business” that it is. Forty of the top one hundred arms-producing companies in the world are American companies with profits totaling $664 billion dollars in 1999. Over $93 billion of that profit comes from the manufacture and sale of weapons, more than the profit of the other 60 companies combined (US$64 billion). Is this not something Americans should know about?

Meanwhile, those in the less technologically developed world who are not dying in warfare are likely to be dying of disease or starvation. While the life expectancy of the average American was about 75 years in 2001, it was 65 for the Indonesian, 64 for the Russian, 45 for the Afghan, 39 for the Zambian, and 38 for the Rwandan and the Mozambiquan. While an American baby has 99.4% of survival after birth, the infant mortality rate is 2% for the Russian, 10% for the Ethiopian, almost 15% for the Afghan, and nearly 20% for the Angolan.

And while much of the “third world” believes that we care little for their welfare, many more question our motivations even less kindly. They believe we are more interested in exploiting their natural resources for our benefit, and exploiting their people for their cheap labor.

If terrorism is evil — and it is — this is terror’s recruiting station.

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Fabian said...

uhm - is it maybe the wrong photo?
I don't see anybody slapping anybody else there. He just points to the left and the two men in the background look rather interested than attacked.

Hero of Mt. Paektu said...

Look closely Fabian, They were violently attacked by the rascist warmonger representative of the bushist ruling clique in the so-called white house. They are clearly being lorded over. Their only piece of toilet paper stolen along with their hats. All this while the women and children are being loaded into the awaiting trucks to be sold for bushes personal profit.

Fabian said...

I just wanted to check if I provoce such an answer.

Frankly it is a waste of time to comment something here - either they are not taken serious or the get a propagandistic answer.
Most annoying though is certainly that Dr. Fallon uses the comment function as a publishing platform - a link would be enough.

It is a pity that this page doesn't contribute anything to the understanding of North Korea in the rest of the world. There could be so much more here than that. I don't know who does this blog, but it could certainly improved significantly.

Hero of Mt. Paektu said...

Comrade Fabian, this progressive Korean style man-centered socialist blog only contains irrefutable facts of science, such as the many immortal feats of Dear Leader.

Fabian said...

But it doesn't help any foreigners to understand North Korea. I have the impression that this blog has Koreans as a target audience despite being in English.

Hero of Mt. Paektu said...

This blog is for all. Especially for people who's retinas, eardrums and kittens have not been stolen for bushes personal profit. bush=hitler.

Matt said...

I think this blog is hilarious!
Long live Dear Leader.

Dr. Fallon said...

Read more here.

Edwards : Poverty Causes Terrorism

Let's end it.

Edwards isn't going nearly far enough with this proposal, but it's the first sensible rhetoric I've heard from a candidate for President of the United States in a long, long time.

Seeking to link poverty in other countries to the United States’ national security, Edwards argued that militant extremists in nations torn apart by poverty and civil war have replaced government educational systems and are teaching young people to hate the United States.

"When you understand that, it suddenly becomes clear: Global poverty is not just a moral issue for the United States – it is a national security issue for the United States," he said at Saint Anselm College.
What he's talking about spending is a pittance and won't do a whole lot to alleviate global poverty or check the spread of anti-American hatred. But it is better than nothing.

Edwards called for spending $3 billion a year to extend primary education to millions of children in developing countries. Combating terrorism should begin in classrooms, not battlefields, he said.

His plan also includes $600 million a year for health care initiatives, including a worldwide summit on clean drinking water and sanitation and a six-fold increase in funding for clean water programs.

Getting to the root of global poverty will require increasing both political and economic opportunities for the poor, he said, at a cost of about $1.4 billion. And it will require one person to oversee those efforts, he said.

You can keep telling yourself -- if you choose -- that the US occupation of Iraq is a "central front in the war on terror." Why Afghanistan was not the central front in the so-called "war on terror" in the eyes of this administration is a puzzle. But then again, so is the fact that a brutal dictator, Pervez Musharraf, is one of our allies. But this war has cost us an average of $100,000,000,000.00 each of the last four years, and we are in greater danger of being the victims of terror attacks now than we were four years ago.

Many on the right will say that Edwards' plan -- or any plan for that matter that has government spending on welfare rather than warfare -- won't work. I say we're crazy if we don't try it. And worse: if we are serious about fighting a war on terror, a real war on real terror, then it would be immoral to ignore global poverty.

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Anonymous said...

The evil bushist despots are the most blood thirsty devils in history of Jap occupied Darfur. But fear not, Dear Leader shall defeat the evil cat abusers in Darfur.

Beth said...

He slapped them to draw blood to feed teh evil blood-drinking Joooz!!!1!