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Re: Article proving the war is about oil!! Trauma
« Reply #15 on: September 24, 2002, 07:24:40 PM »
1. oh but if i were to say i respect hitler or sharon for something great they've done in their life all hell would break loose


2. funny ....if you disagree with our foriegn policy you disagree with the US, which is ran by the majority rule of the people who live here, which means you disagree with our culture but RELISH in every and i mean EVERY aspect of it, music/fashion/entertainment/government, ect.


3. so it's a point none the less , if your that inclined to make such a REDICULOUS coment about something so simplistic as rap music then whose to say your not going to say something even more rediculous and bias about something a lot more complex as politics



now what's a better view of prince tech here, the bias self view or the unbias view?


if you can find respect for an anti semtic mentally ill person like farrakan you should find respect for a dimwit who tries like Bush



everytime you open your mouth you seem to dig yourself a deeper whole
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« Reply #16 on: September 24, 2002, 08:06:09 PM »
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1. oh but if i were to say i respect hitler or sharon for something great they've done in their life all hell would break loose


2. funny ....if you disagree with our foriegn policy you disagree with the US, which is ran by the majority rule of the people who live here, which means you disagree with our culture but RELISH in every and i mean EVERY aspect of it, music/fashion/entertainment/government, ect.


3. so it's a point none the less , if your that inclined to make such a REDICULOUS coment about something so simplistic as rap music then whose to say your not going to say something even more rediculous and bias about something a lot more complex as politics



now what's a better view of prince tech here, the bias self view or the unbias view?


if you can find respect for an anti semtic mentally ill person like farrakan you should find respect for a dimwit who tries like Bush



everytime you open your mouth you seem to dig yourself a deeper whole


What has Bush ever done for the poor?

And the Farrakan comments Trauma posted were taken out of context.
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Re: Article proving the war is about oil!! Trauma
« Reply #17 on: September 24, 2002, 08:11:29 PM »
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What has Bush ever done for the poor?

http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2002/03/20020322-1.html

President Outlines U.S. Plan to Help World's Poor

9:35 A.M. (Local)

THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. We meet at a moment of new hope and age-old struggle, the battle against world poverty. I'm honored to be with so many distinguished leaders who are committed to this cause. I'm here today to reaffirm the commitment of the United States to bring hope and opportunity to the world's poorest people, and to call for a new compact for development defined by greater accountability for rich and poor nations, alike.

I want to thank Vicente Fox, el Presidente de Mexico, and the people of Monterrey for such grand hospitality. I want to thank Kofi Annan for his steadfast leadership. And I want to thank the distinguished leaders who are here for your hospitality, as well.

Many here today have devoted their lives to the fight against global poverty, and you know the stakes. We fight against poverty because hope is an answer to terror. We fight against poverty because opportunity is a fundamental right to human dignity. We fight against poverty because faith requires it and conscience demands it. And we fight against poverty with a growing conviction that major progress is within our reach.

Yet, this progress will require change. For decades, the success of development aid was measured only in the resources spent, not the results achieved. Yet, pouring money into a failed status quo does little to help the poor, and can actually delay the progress of reform. We must accept a higher, more difficult, more promising call. Developed nations have a duty not only to share our wealth, but also to encourage sources that produce wealth: economic freedom, political liberty, the rule of law and human rights.

The lesson of our time is clear: When nations close their markets and opportunity is horded by a privileged few, no amount -- no amount -- of development aid is ever enough. When nations respect their people, open markets, invest in better health and education, every dollar of aid, every dollar of trade revenue and domestic capital is used more effectively.

We must tie greater aid to political and legal and economic reforms. And by insisting on reform, we do the work of compassion. The United States will lead by example. I have proposed a 50-percent increase in our core development assistance over the next three budget years. Eventually, this will mean a $5-billion annual increase over current levels.

These new funds will go into a new Millennium Challenge Account, devoted to projects in nations that govern justly, invest in their people and encourage economic freedom. We will promote development from the bottom up, helping citizens find the tools and training and technologies to seize the opportunities of the global economy.

I've asked Secretary of State Powell, Secretary of Treasury O'Neill to reach out to the world community to develop clear and concrete objective criterion for the Millennium Challenge Account. We'll apply these criterion fairly and rigorously.

And to jump-start this initiative, I'll work with the United States Congress to make resources available over the 12 months for qualifying countries. Many developing nations are already working hard on the road -- and they're on the road of reform and bringing benefits to their people. The new Compact for Development will reward these nations and encourage others to follow their example.

The goal of our development aid will be for nations to grow and prosper beyond the need for any aid. When nations adopt reforms, each dollar of aid attracts two dollars of private investments. When aid is linked to good policy, four times as many people are lifted out of poverty compared to old aid practices.

All of us here must focus on real benefits to the poor, instead of debating arbitrary levels of inputs from the rich. We should invest in better health and build on our efforts to fight AIDS, which threatens to undermine whole societies. We should give more of our aid in the form of grants, rather than loans that can never be repaid.

The work of development is much broader than development aid. The vast majority of financing for development comes not from aid, but from trade and domestic capital and foreign investment. Developing countries receive approximately $50 billion every year in aid. That is compared to foreign investment of almost $200 billion in annual earnings from exports of $2.4 trillion. So, to be serious about fighting poverty, we must be serious about expanding trade.

Trade helped nations as diverse as South Korea and Chile and China to replace despair with opportunity for millions of their citizens. Trade brings new technology, new ideas and new habits, and trade brings expectations of freedom. And greater access to the markets of wealthy countries has a direct and immediate impact on the economies of developing nations.

As one example, in a single year, the African Growth and Opportunity Act has increased African exports to the United States by more than 1,000 percent, generated nearly $1 billion in investment, and created thousands of jobs.

Yet we have much more to do. Developing nations need greater access to markets of wealthy nations. And we must bring down the high trade barriers between developing nations, themselves. The global trade negotiations launched in Doha confront these challenges.

The success of these negotiations will bring greater prosperity to rich and middle-income and poor nations alike. By one estimate, a new global trade pact could lift 300 million lives out of poverty. When trade advances, there's no question but the fact that poverty retreats.

The task of development is urgent and difficult, yet the way is clear. As we plan and act, we must remember the true source of economic progress is the creativity of human beings. Nations' most vital natural resources are found in the minds and skills and enterprise of their citizens. The greatness of a society is achieved by unleashing the greatness of its people. The poor of the world need resources to meet their needs, and like all people, they deserve institutions that encourage their dreams.

All people deserve governments instituted by their own consent; legal systems that spread opportunity, instead of protecting the narrow interests of a few; and the economic systems that respect their ambition and reward efforts of the people. Liberty and law and opportunity are the conditions for development, and they are the common hopes of mankind.

The spirit of enterprise is not limited by geography or religion or history. Men and women were made for freedom, and prosperity comes as freedom triumphs. And that is why the United States of America is leading the fight for freedom from terror.

We thank our friends and neighbors throughout the world for helping in this great cause. History has called us to a titanic struggle, whose stakes could not be higher because we're fighting for freedom, itself. We're pursuing great and worthy goals to make the world safer, and as we do, to make it better. We will challenge the poverty and hopelessness and lack of education and failed governments that too often allow conditions that terrorists can seize and try to turn to their advantage.

Our new approach for development places responsibility on developing nations and on all nations. We must build the institutions of freedom, not subsidize the failures of the past. We must do more than just feel good about what we are doing, we must do good. By taking the side of liberty and good government, we will liberate millions from poverty's prison. We'll help defeat despair and resentment. We'll draw whole nations into an expanding circle of opportunity and enterprise. We'll gain true partners in development and add a hopeful new chapter to the history of our times.

May God bless you all. (Applause.)

END 9:48 A.M. (Local)


 

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Re: Article proving the war is about oil!! Trauma
« Reply #18 on: September 24, 2002, 08:23:45 PM »
It's called polotics.  Ofcourse Bush will say he's going to rid the world of poverty, rid the world of the evil doers, rid the world of crime and drugs.  That's what every polotician has said for years, and that shit is still here.  

The Nation of Islam has been buying land in the South for years.  Soon their farms will be able to provide one meal a day for every black man in America!!!!
 

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Re: Article proving the war is about oil!! Trauma
« Reply #19 on: September 24, 2002, 08:25:55 PM »
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It's called polotics.  Ofcourse Bush will say he's going to rid the world of poverty, rid the world of the evil doers, rid the world of crime and drugs.  That's what every polotician has said for years, and that shit is still here.  

The Nation of Islam has been buying land in the South for years.  Soon their farms will be able to provide one meal a day for every black man in America!!!!


You really are a pawn.

You asked what bush has done for the poor. I gave you an example.

You switched the subject.

Come on now...
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Re: Article proving the war is about oil!! Trauma
« Reply #20 on: September 24, 2002, 08:33:38 PM »
yeah farrakan sure does alot for the poor sitting on his multi million dollar estate with all them luxiory cars huh?


oh please , don't dish it out if you can't take it , you are so unbeleivably bias, your a complete self parody , i pray that the lord helps you see your true self
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« Reply #21 on: September 24, 2002, 08:36:22 PM »
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yeah farrakan sure does alot for the poor sitting on his multi million dollar estate with all them luxiory cars huh?


oh please , don't dish it out if you can't take it , you are so unbeleivably bias, your a complete self parody , i pray that the lord helps you see your true self


We weren't talking about me.
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« Reply #22 on: September 24, 2002, 08:43:41 PM »
well what else do you expect to happen when you expose yourself like that infinate?
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« Reply #23 on: September 24, 2002, 08:48:55 PM »
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well what else do you expect to happen when you expose yourself like that infinate?


Expose myself life what?  For saying that Farrakan has done more for the poor then George Bush.  That is a fact that can't be denied.  
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« Reply #24 on: September 24, 2002, 08:51:53 PM »
it's also a fact that farakan makes his income and rakes in millions leaching from the poor
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« Reply #25 on: September 24, 2002, 08:52:02 PM »
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Expose myself life what?  For saying that Farrakan has done more for the poor then George Bush.  That is a fact that can't be denied.  


You have a very selective mind. Anything that you don't agree with you just ignore or change the subject.

"The United States will lead by example. I have proposed a 50-percent increase in our core development assistance over the next three budget years. Eventually, this will mean a $5-billion annual increase over current levels."

Has Farrakan done that?

"As one example, in a single year, the African Growth and Opportunity Act has increased African exports to the United States by more than 1,000 percent, generated nearly $1 billion in investment, and created thousands of jobs."

Has Farrakan done that?

"Developing countries receive approximately $50 billion every year in aid. That is compared to foreign investment of almost $200 billion in annual earnings from exports of $2.4 trillion. So, to be serious about fighting poverty, we must be serious about expanding trade."

Has Farrakan done that?
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« Reply #26 on: September 24, 2002, 09:00:30 PM »
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You have a very selective mind. Anything that you don't agree with you just ignore or change the subject.

"The United States will lead by example. I have proposed a 50-percent increase in our core development assistance over the next three budget years. Eventually, this will mean a $5-billion annual increase over current levels."

Has Farrakan done that?

"As one example, in a single year, the African Growth and Opportunity Act has increased African exports to the United States by more than 1,000 percent, generated nearly $1 billion in investment, and created thousands of jobs."

Has Farrakan done that?

"Developing countries receive approximately $50 billion every year in aid. That is compared to foreign investment of almost $200 billion in annual earnings from exports of $2.4 trillion. So, to be serious about fighting poverty, we must be serious about expanding trade."

Has Farrakan done that?


If anyone is stupid enough to agree with you that George Bush works harder for the poor and destitute persons of this world then they have joined you in the most shameful, fawning, fanatical, sycophantic, infallible love for ignorance.

You can post articles all day.  Every president has articles with initiatives to help the poor.  That's their job.  To say that they are going to save the world and everything in it.  He has made speaches for rich people, middle class, and poor.  White, black, red, every color under the sun.  But nothing is new under the sun, and the poor people wouldn't vote for Bush this next election, just like they didn't in the last one.
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« Reply #27 on: September 24, 2002, 09:01:39 PM »
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You have a very selective mind. Anything that you don't agree with you just ignore or change the subject.

"The United States will lead by example. I have proposed a 50-percent increase in our core development assistance over the next three budget years. Eventually, this will mean a $5-billion annual increase over current levels."

Has Farrakan done that?

"As one example, in a single year, the African Growth and Opportunity Act has increased African exports to the United States by more than 1,000 percent, generated nearly $1 billion in investment, and created thousands of jobs."

Has Farrakan done that?

"Developing countries receive approximately $50 billion every year in aid. That is compared to foreign investment of almost $200 billion in annual earnings from exports of $2.4 trillion. So, to be serious about fighting poverty, we must be serious about expanding trade."

Has Farrakan done that?


well said
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« Reply #28 on: September 24, 2002, 09:04:19 PM »
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well said


Let's go ask poor black people who they think works harder for them.  George Bush or Minister Farrakan.
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« Reply #29 on: September 24, 2002, 09:08:26 PM »
bwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaaaaah ahaha ha ha ha ha ha ha a ha ha ha ha ha haaha

yeah and they'll say george bush , becuase like half of the poor blacks were either robbed by farrakan in one way or another and the other half knew someone who was ripped of by him! lol


dude man i love your ignorance and your simpathy, but out of touchness with minorities....you so remind me of the black history teacher in "how high" now, lol
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