Skip to comments.Soros preparing revolution in Ukraine
Posted on 03/31/2004 1:25:55 PM PST by Land_of_Lincoln_John
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No, I did not at all. I said "like so many Russians," not "as many Russians."
Also, living in Russia helps but does not replace education. That seems to be a tendency: in your arguments, you refer to personal experiences. Someone in your educational chain betrayed you and hid the most important point: education is what supplants your personal experiences, and not all learning is experiential.
I can't accept that freepers believe this. But, a few years ago I thought I would fall over while at the Puyallup fair here in Washington. We stopped at an Islam Information booth and listened to a raving idiot tell us that the Jews flew the planes into the WTC, and more. It is more than frightening to think that these people live right here within driving distance of my home. So I know you are correct about this one.
For me it is all experiential. Education such as the liberals supply in the public skools here is more properly labeled contamination.
I refer to personal experiences because that is what I can honestly speak of and does not paint a broad brush on anyone or generalize. No one can speak of much else in the long run except either their personal experiences, their beliefs, or their opinion/perception.
Just like those muslims in my above story. When I tried to point out to them that people called from the planes and gave seat information about the perps of 911 ( so we know they were not Jewish), his response was that this was what was reported on Tv and Tv is run by the Jewish people.
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Remember, if a Republican businessman did this kind of thing, the liberals would all be squawking loudly about "imperialistic multinational corporations".
Right. . .and when Condi Rice was asked about it; she looked like she never even heard of 'the Ukraine'. . .
. . .he would be the 'real' King; Kerry the 'pretender'.
Sounds from his job description, Soros is really a 'soldier of fortune'. . .
socialism, fascism, pacifism, totalitarianism, anarchism, government enforced atheism, abortionism, feminism, homosexualism, racism, wacko environmentalism, judicial activism, etc.
What do these have to do with nationalism?
We also oppose the United Nations or any other world government body that may attempt to impose its will or rule over our sovereign nation and sovereign people. That is nationalism, and as you can see there is nothing bigoted about it.
Not all nationalism is bigotry, but it often provides a warm hiding place to such. A nationalist is for sovereignty of his or her own country. In that sense, I completely agree with Jim's statement.
Now, when someone starts insisting on purety of blood and/or religion in the state --- that's what I was refferting to and that is altogether different story.
We believe in defending our borders, our constitution and our national sovereignty.
Exactly right. And we are not doing enough of that.
Education such as the liberals supply in the public skools here is more properly labeled contamination.
In this sentence you confuse education with a system of education. If the system does not provide it for you, and it does not, you should provide it for yourself.
Now, when they come to power, close the libraries and start burning books -- then you have an excuse.
Yeh, those d-mn Joooos: trying to usurp the globe. You keep a good company.
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