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  • allinthegame99 allinthegame99 Aug 11, 2004 8:34 AM Flag

    Americans showing their resolve...

     

    ...once again. We go from upbeat comments from Alan about the steadily growing economy, following by ONE company's (Cisco) financial result, and we're back to being afraid. Cisco said that they are seeing caution (read: FEAR) in IT spending in the next quarter. Futures plummetting as a result (read:FEAR).

    Isn't there another defenseless country populated by brown people that we could bomb to make us feel better?

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    • Americans showing their resolve...
      by: allinthegame99: "Isn't there another defenseless country populated by brown people that we could bomb to make us feel better?"
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      Well, I just broke my own "rule"- replying to a moron! However, this is so "ass-backwards" I just had to reply!

      The only people America is bombing are terrorists we are fighting in Afghanistan & Iraq-- THEY ARE CAUCASIAN!

      However, there is currently a genocidal racist war going on! ARAB CAUCASIANS from the North of the Sudan ARE COMMITTING ATROCITIES AGAINST BLACKS ...in Darfur! "allinthegames" has it backwards...

      CAUCASIAN (Not US Caucasians, but Arabs!)-- ARAB ATROCITIES VS. BLACKS:

      Arab Women Singers Complicit in Rape

      A story of mind-numbing horror from Sudanstory of mind-numbing horror from Sudan: Arab women singers complicit in rape, says Amnesty International report:

      (http://www.guardian.co.uk/sudan/story/0,14658,1264901,00.html )

      While African women in Darfur were being raped by the Janjaweed militiamen, Arab women stood nearby and sang for joy, according to an Amnesty International report published yesterday.

      The songs of the Hakama, or the �Janjaweed women� as the refugees call them, encouraged the atrocities committed by the militiamen.

      The women singers stirred up racial hatred against black civilians during attacks on villages in Darfur and celebrated the humiliation of their enemies, the human rights group said.

      �[They] appear to be the communicators during the attacks. They are reportedly not actively involved in attacks on people, but participate in acts of looting.�

      Amnesty International collected several testimonies mentioning the presence of Hakama while women were raped by the Janjaweed. The report said:�Hakama appear to have directly harassed the women [who were] assaulted, and verbally attacked them.�

      During an attack on the village of Disa in June last year, Arab women accompanied the attackers and sang songs praising the government and scorning the black villagers.

      According to an African chief quoted in the report, the singers said: �The blood of the blacks runs like water, we take their goods and we chase them from our area and our cattle will be in their land. The power of [Sudanese president Omer Hassan] al-Bashir belongs to the Arabs and we will kill you until the end, you blacks, we have killed your God.�

      The chief said that the Arab women also racially insulted women from the village: �You are gorillas, you are black, and you are badly dressed.�

      The Janjaweed have abducted women for use as sex slaves, in some cases breaking their limbs to prevent them escaping, as well as carrying out rapes in their home villages, the report said.

      The militiamen �are happy when they rape. They sing when they rape and they tell that we are just slaves and that they can do with us how they wish�, a 37-year-old victim, identified as A, is quoted as saying in the report, which was based onmore than 100 testimonies from women in the refugee camps in neighbouring Chad.
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      "Slay the unbelievers wherever you find them. Arrest them, besiege them, lie in ambush everywhere for them (The Glorious Koran, Sura 9:5).

    • Americans showing their resolve...
      by: allinthegame99 (45/M/The Commonwealth of
      ...once again. We go from upbeat comments from Alan about the steadily growing economy, following by ONE company's (Cisco) financial result, and we're back to being afraid. Cisco said that they are seeing caution (read: FEAR) in IT spending in the next quarter. Futures plummetting as a result (read:FEAR).

      Isn't there another defenseless country populated by brown people that we could bomb to make us feel better?
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      Well, I guess its about time for this... Yahoo message boards seem to involve a serious thread of conversation, occasionally interrupted by some nut case-- either some kid who's posting something in an attempt to get attention- or just an adult wierdo.

      Sometimes its merely a political extremist. . . usually hawking some paranoid conspiracy theory...

      My guess is that "allinthegame" is probably into some sort of Hate thing, he's some sort of neo-Nazi-- he seems like a Skinhead.

      And--It seems that allinthegame is really "outofhtegame"-- in more ways than one!:)

      Markets moved by fear? My goodness, what a startling revelation! (Maybe soon he will discover that markets are moved by GREED too!)

      DUH!

      Actually, I guess I was foolish to post this-- most of these nutcases thrive on attention-- they love to disrupt any useful discussion.

      The best policy is probably just to ignore them, and focus on serious discussion of the topic!!!

    • I'm sure theres a chain of Pacific Islands just begging for some cluster bomb tests.

    • What the f*ck does fear have to do with this?

      Just shut the hell up already, your posts are so F*cking stupid!

 
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