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Re: HOW TO GET CONDI TO POWER

Black Viking ·
I find it interesting that this article talks only about how Rice appeals to various factions of Republicans, and not at all about how (or if) she appeals to Democrats. Especially considering that the overwhelming majority of Black voters vote Democratic. I suppose it's possible that she could get through the Republican primaries and on to the ticket, but could she win the Presidency? How many Black voters (and even white liberal voters) would vote for her just because she's Black , without...
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Re: Leaders or Followers?

Frenchy ·
It's haterade to have standards, a point of view? Haterade to require that someone put forth their agenda and convert you like anyone else looking for a following? There's a difference between "hating" (I hate that stupid word) and just plain not agreeing with someone's platform or thinking they are a good leader. There's clearly a shortage of good leadership with a good agenda. ( Al "Tawana Brawley Hoax" Sharpton ?!) I think that is so backwards (and completely impossible). How would that...
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Re: Condi for President? No thank you.

Black Viking ·
For the record, neither would I. I wouldn't vote for her is she paid me to do it. This is highly debatable. Her Ph.D. qualifies her to be the Secretary of State? Shit, Honest Brother has a Ph.D. I'd rather see him as Secretary of State than the Brainless Bush Puppet we have now. In fact, I'd rather see him as President than put up with one more day of Bush's bullshit! Honest Brother for President! At what point did Bush become multi-faceted? Did I miss a memo? And who says Condi is a "great...
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Re: Condi for President? No thank you.

HonestBrother ·
Thanks for the vote of confidence My fellow Americans.... In all seriousness, a Ph.D. might say you're smart.... but it doesn't qualify you for anything except teaching, researching, and being an authority on the subject in which you received the Ph.D. People also say that G.W. Bush can't be that dumb since he has a Yale degree... But I have an ivy league degree too (Princeton) and know first hand that there are dumb asses in those schools like in any other - rich dumb asses... but still...
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Re: Ain't Just Whistling Dixie

Black Viking ·
Firt of all... I've got to see this film! IMO, that extrapolation doesn't go deep enough. That's why it's confusing. It wasn't agriculture vs. industiral. It was about money. Slavery was causing economic porblems for the North, and at the same time they weren't making much money off of it. The South, on the other hand, was totally dependant. For them, it was like choosing between being a multi-millionaire and being homeless. There really was no middle ground. It was about money. Great book!
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Re: Howard Dean: Open Mouth, Insert Foot

Empty Purnata ·
^Well, I won't debate over whether Capitalism is essentially good or not, but that's not the point. The point is, these left-wing leaders were DEMOCRATICALLY elected whether we like or not. So they don't like US foreign policy...OK, so what we invade them and force in a new puppet leader? Democracy is not a problem, these leaders were democratically elected and lead their countries through democratic processes, so this stuff about "spreading democracy" is bunk. Democracy does not mean...
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Re: Howard Dean: Open Mouth, Insert Foot

keylargo ·
but just because someone wants an open dialog and build alliances with other countries does not mean they want to control their elections. Unfortunately, this is exactly what has happened in the past and may continue. I don't think Dean believes in controlling elections and having puppet governments. I could be wrong, but based on everything that I've heard and read about Dean so far, I don't think I am. his comments in the interview does not make me think that I'm wrong. We do need to have...
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Re: Howard Dean: Open Mouth, Insert Foot

Empty Purnata ·
Do you honestly believe what you are saying? Do you honestly believe our government just wants to talk? Talk about what? Letting our market influence theirs? What is wrong with them being economically independent, pray tell? They are open to dialogue. It's just that we don't want to talk to them. Our goverment refuses to accept anyone that is not a capitalist. Bottom line. I'm not sure if he's saying that either, but I definitely know that's what our business leaders and politicians want.
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Re: a screwed-up interpretation of the african diaspora

rayne ·
2 AfroMan: I read your reply to my post, and I understand the plight that we both find ourselves in, you being a Haitian immigrant to the US, and me a descendant of American slaves. I know alot, maybe too much, about Haiti, or Hayiti: how the slaves of what was formerly known as Saint-Domingue, being subjected to brutal and intensely savage oppression by the French sugar barons (not unlike here in America with cotton, unsurprisingly), bloodily repaid in kind as they rose up in the only slave...
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Re: Was Aristide Kidnapped.

Afroman ·
Why outsiders and insiders who are well aware of Bush's policy on Haiti hate Aristide? Because Aristide's government, while economically aligned on certain point with US global agenda, does not represent the full aspiration of a US installed puppet regime varnished by a democratic process of facade. Aristide's government is not palatable to Washington for several reasons. Haiti has relations with Cuba. Aristide has refused to abandon certain social projects. His government has stalled...
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Re: Ten things you cant say in America by Larry Elder.

Kevin41 ·
toussaint, fade the vague rhetoric.....policy analysis is the academic way of determining one's stance on an issue politically speaking......now if you and those bootlickers want to defend white people on issues such as AA, then go ahead....but as a black man who has completed education as far as you can go and became a instructor..all at a young age....I see the need for AA firsthand....and especially in gov't and business contracting.......maybe I want more for blacks instead of watching...
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Re: Mugabe - from hero to pariah

Oshun Auset ·
Mugabe fights Blair in Zimbabwe elections campaign: Monday, March 28, 2005 [Africa News] HARARE - He has met him only once, eight years ago, but for President Robert Mugabe, Tony Blair is the bane of Zimbabwe's existence and the man to beat in key elections on Thursday. Mugabe's ruling ZANU-PF party is seeking to clinch a two-thirds majority in this week's parliamentary elections by waging an unabashedly "anti-Blair campaign" loaded with slogans that call on Zimbabweans to "bury Blair" at...
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Re: Pseudo-Blackness

Kevin41 ·
I love it when people who try to be judgemental and degrading of others pigeonhole themselves into a corner and are relegated to having to say the same thing over and over and over...it is like painting a floor and starting in the doorway and working backwards to a corner....where eventually you have no where to go.....so all you can do is stay there in one spot....literally and/or verbally speaking.....that means a person has been effectively neutralized...and can only work to keep their...
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Re: Pseudo-Blackness

Michael ·
....as far as being pigeon-holed, the ignorance, greed, sleaze, and treason perpetrated by Black people against other Black people, keep the masses of the Black community pigeon-holed. I've elected to keep plenty of distance between myself and that misfit set, rather than to be a part of being pigeon-holed because of the ignorance, greed, sleaze, and treason perpetrated by Black people against other Black people..... Well, Kevin41, I'm directing this show, to which your interests are not my...
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Re: Oprah, is a Zulu.....

Oshun Auset ·
I doubt she is a ZUlu...Bantu yes, but not a Zulu, she probably doesn't knwo the difference...the furthest South that Slaves left from Africa was Angola. It is much more likely her roots are somewhere in Western Africa. Even thoughs folks taken from the interior by folks like Tippo Tibb were more ikely to be from East and CentralAfrica than Southern. If Ofay feels at home in South Africa it may be because there is a large upper ruling class white population there, and it has similar...
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Re: Ethiopia prepared to invade Somalia

Ras ·
Ethiopian Troops crossed the Somali boarder this morning.. WAR HAS OFFICIALLY BEGAN.. A BBC reporter has seen Ethiopian troops in uniform in Baidoa, the base of the weak interim government. Ethiopia denies sending troops into the town, but warned it would crush Islamists who had moved to within 60km. The Union of Islamic Courts (UIC), which control much of southern Somalia, say they never intended to attack Baidoa and have pulled troops back. At a press conference in the capital, Mogadishu,...
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Re: Do you want to see Black Men Rule?

Huey ·
Well what about Evita Peron in Argentina or Golda Meir in Israel? Do you think they were female puppet leaders also?
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Re: Which is the greater political oxymoron?

Empty Purnata ·
Ah, so you admit that Cuba is not a barren wasteland? The problems of the Caribbean are due to the fact that their main means of income is tourism, and they have puppet presidents. As for the rest of the post, you're just showing that you're bat shit crazy. 1) I'm an Anarchist 2) There is no one "socialist model" as there is no one "capitalist model" 3) I gave you several examples of socialism. If you want to see a form that could work in the market system, you should read up on...
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Re: The Worst Case Republican Scenario

Cobb ·
It's reality. Black voter turnout is what, 30%? That means 70% don't care. You vote maybe once a year. So who is going to talk about the issues and attend meetings the other 364? Very very few. Because what? Because they don't care enough. Now compare the popularity of the black political sites on the web vs black entertainment sites. It's no contest. Simply stated, only a minority of blackfolks care enough about politics to show up. Even this site, which has an admirable about of traffic is...
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Re: General Strike on November 2nd- The World Won't Wait -

Pace Tua ·
Isome, Each of the statements you have listed is correct. I am particularly concerned about what the U.S. government is now doing in Columbia. Columbia is now the second largest recipient of U.S. Military Aid, after Iraq. Since Turkey, with the help of the U.S., has largely been successful in destroying the Kurds, the U.S has been able to shift much of the military aid formally given to Turkey to Columbia. I am especially concerned because 45% of the population of Latin America are decedents...
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Re: Some people are mad at Paramount for making "Get Rich or Die Trying" and NOT 50 cent

HeruStar ·
People like Bill Cosby actually pave the way for things like this to happen. I wouldn't be suprised if Bill was a direct puppet of Bush. I mean it's not hard to assume when you have Bill saying stuff like the poor need to do this... parents need to do that... blah blah blah. In other words we're about to scale back on your youth programs and you can forget about No Child Left Behind. It appears to me that conservatives, black or white, are the true opposition to the black community; in...
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Re: Some people are mad at Paramount for making "Get Rich or Die Trying" and NOT 50 cent

Guest ·
HeruStar: I have the evidence in hand to now feel comfortable in making the statement YOU ARE IGNORANT!! BLACK ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY ??? In making this point YOU are somehow supposing that the BLACK COMMUNITY AS A WHOLE are benefiting from these SAMBO FILMS rather than JUST the lead SAMBO actor who takes the part of the lead SAMBO in the movie? While I see Stanford Universities and others who were founded due to the funds provided from the capitalism of their name sake - could you show me...
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Re: How Greenspan Skewered America

Dusty Elbow ·
Greenspan is o.k. He did what he was intended to do. Be a salary man for the policies of the Federal Reserves. If you follow him very carefully he dropped plenty of hints to prepare yourself for what he saw as a future economic meltdown for the country and perhaps the world. For those who dont know check out Greenspan before he took the job at the Fed. Reserve. http://www.321gold.com/fed/greenspan/1966.html As you can tell he was holding back what he really felt during his tenure as board...
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Re: Black Conservatives

Guest ·
How often must you repeat a LIE MBM? On a DAILY BASIS Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton MAKE REFERENCE TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION. The NAACP during the REAL Civil Rights Movements made use of the INSTITUTIONS that were set up within the government TO MAKE SOCIETAL CHANGE. YET all you can bring to us is the SLIGHT OF HAND that the "Black Conservative" seeks to MAINTAIN THE CURRENT ORDER OF THINGS which suppress Black people. THE BLACK CONSERVATIVE IS PRIMARILY THE OPPOSITION PARTY TO THE...
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Re: Zionism

xxGAMBITxx ·
This is the result of under funded schools. The so called "civilized" Jews are in the so called "state" of Isreal now because no one else wanted thier asses in thier countries. How in the world do you justify/rationalize turning over 500,000 people into refugees? Yes, they are refugees, a reality thats not only been acknowledged by the U.N and the world but even by the U.S and Isreal; admitted and documented many times over. Funny how those same "uncivilized" arabs rescued caucasions from...
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Re: When Did Black People Give Up The Right To Be "AFRICAN"?

Oshun Auset ·
This is in response to Kraaals post... Firstly, there was not a 'readymade' class of Africans to be enslaved' pre-slave trade. The majority of any society has a majority of 'low social status' and a minority elite. There were massive efforts by Europeans to destabalize Africa's pre-colonial economy/trades to the point where the slave trade, or rather 'slave raids', created by proxy wars, was the main economy, replacing all others. Yes, there were elite collaborators, as there were and...
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Re: Activist: Exterminate White People

Blacksanction ·
Another example of becoming what you hate by doing what has been done to you. Killing only begets killing. Thanks Kresge for providing a link to Kambon's speech. Kambon sounded much like some of the very same whites who believe in the Jewish Conspiracy who now live in the woods of Montana. Kambon's claim to kill white people is just plain fucked. In his world all blacks are slaves and have no control over their lives. How brilliant, this means that you are not responsible for your actions as...
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Re: Exxon Profits A New Record High Over War In Iraq

Empty Purnata ·
Well, yeah, I gotta agree. I believe the extremists behind him though (Karl Rove, Dick Cheney, Condoleeza Rice, Donald Rumsfeld, Gonzales, Paul Wolfowitz) are influencing him and using him as a puppet. Bush is too stupid to think of all of this on his own.
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Re: The Man Behind Pres. Bush

Pace Tua ·
Isome, The Bush administration, as you probably know, has adopted the policy of "preventative" intervention and attack. This is something quite different than "preemptive" intervention or attack, which is actually allowed by the UN charter and essentially means that if a country detects hostile forces approaching it's shores, they have the right to defend themselves. "Preventative" intervention is totally different, is a violation of the UN charter, international law and as defined by the...
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Re: This Case May Decide Whether People of Color Have a Vote That Counts

sunnubian ·
Black people who refused to vote, millennials, women, Latinos, and all non-White minorities in America that refused to vote or who voted for Trump, still have no idea that they merely cut off their nose to spite their own face. They have no idea just how much power they have single-handedly put in the hands of America's most vile racists, most vile sexists, most vile Islamophobes, and most vile anti-immigrant hatemongers, who are either beholden to the most racist, xenophobic, sexist,...
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Re: Shout out to Gayle King!! RRSOTD

RadioRaheem ·
*I think Gayle, and by extension Oprah, need to understand that this is a new day. You can no longer attack other Black people (or their legacy) without a big response. Let's me be clear, Gayle was a puppet for the suburban soccer moms that think that every Black person is guilty regardless of the court decision. They hate Kobe and any other Black person that isn't buck dancing for a dollar. They can't stand him and they NEEDED Gayle to hit up his friends with rape case questions. Gayle...
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Re: The United Nations

B Bankins ·
The UN is nothing more than a puppet organization propped up and supported by the United States. They have no power other than what we give them, and we use the UN when it suits our agenda. The many Socialist countries that make up the UN know they are irrelevant on their own and they would either be speaking German, Russian, or Japanese, if not for the U.S. They play the game as a peace-keeping organization and pass resolution after resolution, and impose sanctions that are ignored. The...
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Re: Iraqis today, Romulans tomorrow!

KhemSaqa ·
Like Dr Evil and Frauh on their moon base. Evil too Frauh "fire the laser" Frauh shouts "FIRE the LASER", Joke no more "the laser" dubbed the nautilus is a high energy laser strike weapon capable of aircraft, atmospheric, space missile and now this beam can destroy small artilary shells by in effect heating to a fracturing point at which it is nuetralized. Serious stuff, old tho' not at all made since dubya, reach back to "Ray-Gun" good ole ronnie reagan and his star wars platform a long...
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Re: Bush lies!!

KhemSaqa ·
Bush, II, Dubya, junior or good ole'Mother$%@*&^ however U wanna refer to the leader of the american regime selected by the courts of this country(and please do research who gave him the title Pres.) not the people, that with standing the lies are tremendous including the threat level of IRAQ!! A. Saddam the horrible was used by GHW Bush (Sr) B. Supplied with toxins and germs by Rumsfield C. Ignored during the post war slaughter of turkmens Now Dubya, where to begin, with the money trail...
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Re: Oprah Winfrey Show 5 October 2002

ArabianQueen ·
Do you honestly believe a bunch of middle easterners would've had the money/intelligence to perpetrate such an act? I mean, I know "America" is telling us that the "hijackers" were Muslim/Arabs, but you don't believe that there was some inside help? Consider the following: The ruling elites within the U.S. military/government planned, ordered and supported the September 11 terror attacks. Here are ten facts (among many others) which support this conclusion: (1) Some very revealing criminal...
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Re: War With Iraq: Your Current View?

MBM ·
(sung to the tune of "We're marching to Zion" Here's my guess at the real U.S. strategy re: Iraq. Push Iraq into aggreeing to disarm. Allow them to weaken their defenses etc., AND THEN trump up a reason to attack. They will have weakened themselves making it even easier for us to walk right in and do our thing. We throw Saddam out. Put a puppet government into power that is singularly thankful to the U.S. for liberating their country. As a result, we get unfettered acces to the oil reserves...
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Re: Oprah Winfrey Show 5 October 2002

ocatchings ·
So far you are proving my point. It seems to me there was no mention of concentration camps, Hitler's total war policy, the massacre at Nanjing, Battalion 731, the treatment of POWs and civilians by the Japanese. Let me guess that's our fault also???? I guess all the airlines blown up by Arabs/muslims in the name of their god don't count. Weren't the planes hijacked on Sept 11th full of civilians...no wait that must be our fault also???? See above, he bought that on himself How many do the...
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Re: Bush lies!!

NSpirit ·
Lea thinks, therefore it is, right? First of all, there is nothing new, no different information in your so called "fact" links, which by the way I did not request. Saddam Hussein is the same level of threat today that he was on September 10 2001. Recall that the U.N. inspection teams had said the majority of his weapons capability had been demolished in 1991? Even now if Saddam does have nuclear weapons, his scientists still have not come up with a long range delivery system - so the...
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Re: The Bones in the white house!

Nkechi ·
Shhhh... the puppet masters might hear you! La Femme Nkechi Be the change in the world you want to see
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Re: Israel Angry at Tony Blair's insistence on Middle East Peace

EbonyRose ·
This article raises so many issues for me, that I don't even really know what my questions are here! I wrote in another topic that I didn't believe that Sharon intended Middle East peace to happen in his lifetime ... or at least on his watch ... and I guess this story is kinda confirming that! But another question I have is, so does this mean that Blair has put his whole political future on the line by siding with Bush, so that he could have some kind of an upperhand in the resolution of the...
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Re: Iraq has no WMD's or Chemical Weapons!

Noah The African ·
This is what the administration and the people have failed to do in regards to the debate over this war. They neglected to itemize every single probable BENEFIT of the changing of regimes in Iraq, TO AMERICA, vs. the COST. Do not believe that such a benefit/cost analysis does not exist, because it's a practice of intelligence to do so and I do not doubt the intelligence of our government, notwithstanding their failures. In order for a representative republic/democracy to function, as it...
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Re: The Super-Vassal Class

herdswoman ·
I don't think anyone said Powell made it to the top on his own (nor do I think anyone of any race makes it to the top without being tapped by someone for some reason.) What I said was that he came up through the ranks; a reference to his military career. There are many ways to derail promotions long before reaching 4 star general. Back when Colin's helicopter crashed in Vietnam, I'm sure the Bush's had no idea who he was. Further, I would hate to think that he was tapped by the Bush's...
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Re: Oh Condi! How Can You Sell Us Out Like That?

Guest ·
The Bush administration, Condoleeza Rice's employer have mandated that affirmative action be reformed, and/or in the event such reform is not forthcoming, eliminated. Condoleeza Rice is an appointee, and not an elected office holder. Unlike an elected office holder who's primary function is to be a "servant of the people", Condoleeza Rice must do the bidding of those who hired her, to which in this case Condoleeza Rice's employer is the President George Bush administration. Just like any...
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Re: Mugabe Does A Bush-Talk and Angers Powell

EbonyRose ·
You're absolutely right, Yssys!! I don't have a problem with the land reform issue. My problem with Mugabe is that that land reform policy was issued and implemented without any regard of the consequences or a valid agenda about what to do next!! Kind of like Bush and Iraq! To take land and give it back to Black people who know what to do with it and can continue the prosperity of the country is one thing. He could have had a plan to teach and tutor those acquiring the land on how to farm it...
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Re: A Time For Mutiny

Kweli4Real ·
But if we (the US) pulls out prior to installing our puppet government, they might chose a government that we don't like, i.e., won't provide us with cut-rate oil.
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Re: Why is it that only countries with OIL deserve U.S. "protection"?

EbonyRose ·
okay, janes .... well, while you're at it, be clear on this as well! When I used the word "deserve" in the title of this post, it was used wholly facetiously and was not intended as some term of endearment! Also, let's be clear on this as well: The U.S., in all its powerful glory, has always seemed to institute policy and failed to adequately aid Haiti in any shape, fashion or form. This goes all the way back to Thomas Jefferson ... and includes the US-backed coups to try to put puppet...
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Re: Who here will support....

Oshun Auset ·
I'm confused and slightly dissapointed. The regime currently in power in the Sudan has to go, but who is going to do it? If it is not an international force of peace keepers, there is going to be a big problem(U.S. imperialism may strike again). Most of the leaders of the countries in Africa are puppet leaders who only support the interests of the European and American capitalist elite so that they can line their own pockets. Most of the leaders in Africa that were progressive or had the...
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Re: Who here will support....

Oshun Auset ·
Is an oppressive regime really going to "invite" people to come in a depose them? Beleive me, the people that are being murdered invited other people a long time ago...And I thought that we already explained the "puppet leader" syndrome in Africa? By the way, clik on th last link I posted....SOme African countries via the AU are getting involved. It's always best to be up on the goings on before criticizing...
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Re: Israel vs. Saudi Arabia

AudioGuy ·
I think that america would invade both , put in puppet govt's and call them both our friends again.
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Re: Democracy and Iraq

Oshun Auset ·
Not only should the Iraqi people choose their own political, social, and economic systems and structures...they will...No matter how hard Bush tries to impose his puppet government on them.
 
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