Discussion in 'USA Politics' started by Tadhg Gaelach, Jan 13, 2018.
The militia should've been mustered up and ordered to fire a few volleys into them.
Why would Africans kill each other for the sake of scumbags like H&M?
They're only vandals looking for an excuse. A few live rounds would soon put the rabble to flight.
Some koreans are needed. Nice capitalist koreans
People for some reason expected Trump to be Ron Paul or a Charles Lindbergh type. He was never a non-interventionist, he was always a "take duh oil" kinda guy.
He has several competing instincts that has put him in a muddle. Kissinger is his main model but that requires talkin' and diplomacy but he's too jingoistic to do much of that.
Have you read the book
Thank you kindly for the reminder, Dan. I'm working on it.
In the meantime, enjoy this eyeopener
Get out of Matapan, Daniel, not good for a clean livin lad.
That's a bit rich considering they are often forced to remain "shitholes" because of US WTO driven policies which mire them in poverty in perpetuity and US armed and backed chaos wars to keep them frightened, poor and divided with their infrastructure destroyed.
Hillary's coup in Honduras and the rise of AFRICOM shows you the US have a strong interest
in keeping these places as "shitholes" so they can be exploited.
US BASES IN AFRICA:
The re colonisation of Africa?
The US Military’s Best-Kept Secret
Hillary's Honduras coup
Is the Honduran Election Being Stolen Eight Years After U.S.-Backed Coup?
Because they have invested their capital in South Africa, they are providing jobs in South Africa, they are generating tax in South Africa.
The Alternative is that the H&M stores become burned out hulks blighting streets in South Aftica with their former workers out of a job, with the tax they were generating no longer going to the South African Government and with other companies now scared off from investing in South Africa.
South Africa doesn't need H&M. The SA government needs to take over retail distribution. The one massive mistake that Mandella made was to agree that SA would continue to be a Capitalist country. That has condemned the entire population, black and white, to social and economic collapse. SA needs a Stalinist Régime, where any indiscipline is met with death or Gulag. Then and only then can SA progress.
Lets ask the South Africans decide if they want their shopping experience to be provided by the likes of H&M or if they want to replicate the shopping experience of the USSR.
You are a typical house-níggar. You emigrated from Ireland in poverty, and when you were thrown a few bones in England, you became a slavish lackey of the Régime. Your sort make me sick.
So what you do think that South Africans would prefer the protectionist model of the USSR where shit shops who given no competition provided a shit volume of a shit selection of shit then have the likes of H&M turning up in their shopping malls and competing for their Rand?
Does Trump consider Ireland one of those shitholes I wonder? He wouldn't be far wrong.
The only shit I see around here is you.
Once again you are completely defeated in a debate.
Never mind, maybe sometime in the future you will win an argument.
Although Im not holding my breath.
I wish you would hold your breath and do us all a favour. You are a complete failure as a man and as a human being. Your "work" is putting people out of work - and you even had a get a mail order bride from a shithole like Ukraine because no English or Irish woman could stand your hateful little person. Because you have no love for anything - particularly not for your country. All you are motivated by is hatred of people with brown skin. Well, you are an immigrant in England just as much as they are.
Nice attempt at diversion.
Now back on topic do you think that South Africans if asked would say they want their tax used to set up a state run retail system or would they prefer the current system where anyone can turn up and have a go at setting up a shop with the choice then being with the South African shopper to decide which one will get their business.