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>Typical lefty leaves typical lefty comment

>I have to thank Oscar for leaving a comment on my post The United Nations’ principles to ruin the world, as it provides a clear demonstration of the immaturity of the leftist mind. Perversely, this intellectual immaturity does not mature over time in line with the body, as shown by the destructive ideas of our ‘cultural elite’, educators and media cabal.

Using your own words: “I am – also — beyond being shocked” of how little and stupid is the mind of some people, arriving to so extreme limits of writing “things” like your “comments” …

If you can decode what is fraudulently trying to pass as a sentence in English then I think Oscar is saying that he’s beyond being shocked by my being beyond being shocked.

First of all, “corruption” — as many other tares — was not originated in the Third World. They were “imported”. “Imposed” to be more exact.

Poor Oscar doesn’t get to first base by trotting out the old “all things bad that happen in the developing/Third World are because we ‘imposed’ them.” It’s a pity that Oscar is about as familiar with the history of these places as he is with the English language. If you’ve ever lived in developing countries, as I have for nearly 10 years in Africa and SE Asia, then it is as plain as the nose on your face the advantages British colonialism left for her former colonies. The same can’t be said for French, Italian, Portugese or Spanish involvement with only the rare exception. Notice the the United States isn’t on the list. Oops. A bit inconvenient, really.

Since “discovering” and/or “colonization” times, most of that tares where typical “rules” of the “discoverers” and/or “colonizators” … right ? The ones which did not accept them, were – simply — “eliminated”, “disappeared” , … etc. (I mean: tortures, killed,… etc.); using the long “experience” and all unimaginable “methods” the “discoverers” and/or “colonizators” had in these domains. .. doesn’t it ?

As of today, all this, it is still valid, … correct ? … and … in all “areas” (human rights, labour standards, environment protection, anti-corruption,…) …true ?

What the heck is this man babbling on about? If he thinks that human rights abuses, labour abuses, environmental damage and corruption are due to Western involvement then he’s living in a parallel universe. The most destructive force in these areas over the last one hundred years has been socialism. Point blank.

In conclusion, by now, terrorism and dictatorial regimes, are only simple, effective and efficient consequence of that “rules”. And, ONLY for all these reasons, any action to avoid that “rules” may, should, must be fully encouraged. In the current and/or so terrible “world (or “humanity”) situation”, if an international organization, like the United Nations, is not able to do it, who – in your “opinion” – will be able ?

Oscar. Oscar. Oscar. How do you think these sorts of disputes were handled before the United Nations and League of Nations existed? Hmm? Affected countries either sat down and hashed out a political solution or, in the rare circumstances that didn’t work out, went to war.

Moreover, for many “First” and “Second” World’s geo-politicians, all this, is the “normal” consequence of that “rules”.

“Who” you think are the real “profiteers” ? … of what really happened with the so famous “Oil for Food” Program and related … funds ? I am sure, you will be completely surprised to know “who” really are the ones who really profit all that “corruption”, “extortion”, “bribery”, … etc.

Kofi Annan. One of his predecessors, Boutros Boutros Ghali and a host of countries (particularly the world’s worst country, France). There’s a big list that Saddam was bribing.

“Who” you think are “ruling” the United Nations ? … the Third World Countries ?…

Third World Countries have the same power as First World Countries. One country, one vote. They’ve put together voting blocs that have resulted in the UN Human Rights Council only passing resolutions against one country in the last 12 months – Israel – while pretty much ignoring the slaughter in Darfur, the concentration camp that is North Korea and the subjugation of women in most of the Arab world. They recently appointed Zimbabwe to Chair the Development and Sustainability Council. Zimbabwe!

“What” it is the real power – and use — of the “veto” ?…

Please, read a little bit about, before proposing so stupid principles and/or lists…

Now, about all the current “corruption”, “incompetence”, “favouritism”, “nepotism”,… in United Nations, it is another – and completely different – story, specially in peace keeping activities. We should do whatever necessary to avoid, all of them.

If you can give me ONE example of UN peacekeepers bringing peace to a region in the entire history of the organisation then I’ll give you a brownie point.

Having all this well in mind, please think twice, before writing so stupid and so clearly oriented, ‘concerned’, ‘deeply concerned’ and ‘gravely concerned’ comments…


Why not go to the UN website and do a search through their archives for the word ‘concerned’ or the other phrases above. You will be truly astonished at how much time the UN spends being concerned while sitting on its hands doing absolutely nothing.

Thanks, Oscar, for dropping by and demonstrating that wisdom and leftism are mutually incompatible concepts. Look forward to more amusing, intellectually vapid contributions from you. Please, though, get a proof-reader.

  1. July 27, 2007 at 5:18 pm

    >I’m a reasonably intelligent and educated man, and I have no idea what Oscar was saying. Heck, I couldn’t wade through all the “quotes”–dashes…and ellipses.

  2. KG
    July 27, 2007 at 5:45 pm

    >Me neither Darren. And I doubt it would have been worth it anyway.

  3. July 27, 2007 at 8:52 pm

    >Is Oscar like 9 years old or something?That is how he reads, though I fear it more likely he is halfway through an Arts degree….

  4. KG
    July 27, 2007 at 10:56 pm

    >”…though I fear it more likely he is halfway through an Arts degree…. “rofl!! nice one. 🙂

  5. July 28, 2007 at 9:41 am

    >… First “politics” … then “grammar” … and now … “psycho-analysis”. Poor guys, this in ONLY what your developed intellects are able to simply say you do not agree ? … “Who understands ill, answers ill” … does not it ? Unfortunately, I was completely wrong. I always though and was sure that “… a word to the wise is more than sufficient …”, but … By now, I am pretty sure, to do not keeping in mind this good proverb, it will carry out funny grammatical lessons and/or useless psychological sessions … “kg”: I have the impression you are “british” Maybe I am wrong, but in case I am right, I am sure that a little bit of the North Ireland History will help to clarify your ‘ideas” and/or “concepts”. Moreover, like this, I could give you many, many examples. By the way, what you were doing in Africa and South East Asia ? … I was also by those regions, and I saw very clearly all the tares that the “british colonialism” left there … It is certain, it left also good things, but … Answering one of your “so banal” questions: “how do you think these sorts of disputes were handled before the United Nations and the League of Nations ? … With weapons, as it was very usual, with your ancestors … If you thing that the rule of “one country, one vote” is real, it shows how little you know about international organizations. Please, revise your literature. You want another simple example ? Read about the actual “situation” — with the mentioned rule — in the European Union. I suppose, more closed to you, but following your “ideas”, it is very easy to understand you are not a “European”, … true ?). You remind me Alexander Pope saying “…some people will never learn anything, because they understand everything too soon …”. “Portuguese”, grammar teacher. Also, very typical in people like you. “… The ones who always want the last word, ends up talking to themselves …” . Do you want an example of UN Peace Keeping successes ? Cyprus ! I hope, you will keep your words … In the other hand, as a mentioned before, I fully agree with all the corruption, incompetence, favouritism, nepotism, …in UN Peace Keeping. We should help UN, to be ready of all that. I fully agree with Annan, Boutros, … and many other ones. But … please ! do not “forget” about other ones, like your “ … ?” Mallock Brown, and/or Wolfowitz, and/or … I am sure, the list is much, much longer … To finish, I am very glad to disappoint you, but … I am not a “leftist”, at all … In reality, people like you are the ones who really are ruining the World. If you “think” the UN is “managed” by the Third World, you are really nuts !Oscar.PS. I always use a “proof-reader”, but … a “british” one … Maybe it is already time to look for another one, like an “Australian” one, or an … By the way, you should do the same.

  6. KG
    July 28, 2007 at 11:10 am

    >I don’t need a proof reader, Oscar. Neither do I need history lessons and by the way, I’m not British. (as though my nationality matters in any case.)Who said I “thing (sic) that one vote one country is real” You’d do better not to put words into other people’s mouths if you want to be taken seriously.My ideas and “concepts” as you call them are very clear indeed, based on half a lifetime of fighting the results of the leftist totalitarian ideology you appear to admire. I’ve seen the results up-close and helped rid the earth of a number of its practitioners.”it is very easy to understand you are not a “European”, … true ?)”Absolutely true and a source of great pleasure for me. I’d be ashamed to be a subject (note I didn’t say “citizen”) of any European country other than countries such as Poland and Denmark, which still have some idea of the concept of individual freedom.”Do you want an example of UN Peace Keeping successes ? Cyprus !”Wow! Little old Cyprus, eh…even assuming the peace there is due to the U.N.–and that’s very arguable–one success in how many years, after the expenditure of how many billion dollars? great organization you have there. Yessir–we’ll just ignore Cambodia and Rwanda and Bosnia, shall we?By the way, if you use a proof reader I’d suggest something a little more effective. Or ask for your money back.

  7. July 28, 2007 at 1:31 pm

    >Unfortunately, the current problems of our dear World, are more complicated that a simple “concept” of rightwing and leftwing ideologies “fights”. Your “ideas” and “concepts” will be completely “unclear”… indeed, if you bring them to simple comparisons of rightwing and leftwing ideologies doings and/or results. It is really a pity to realize that still some people, do not profit the realities of a century of useless and tele-guided “fighting” … You “literarily” wrote “Third World Countries have the same power as First World Countries. One country, one vote”. I do not understand why you are complaining about … (?!?) Please ! … you asked me for “an example”. You got it, but … Anyway ! I have the impression, you will never accept that loosing is also “human” and many times, “intelligent” … I am sure, you will come back – always — with the so typical arguments, like time, money, … ouf ! By the way, you must be happy, I am bringing some fora to your “writings” in this blog. I saw many of the others ones, and I realized that they usually have … “0 comments” … Talking about the proof-reader, I hope I did not touch any of the typical susceptibilities …

  8. KG
    July 28, 2007 at 1:38 pm

    >sigh…..Oscar, you’re simply not worth the effort.

  9. July 28, 2007 at 2:58 pm

    >Dommage ! … for me it was, it is and it will be, a real pleasure, … to open the mind of people like you …

  10. July 28, 2007 at 6:36 pm

    >So does Oscar have some sort of fetish for gratuitous quotation marks, or is this how his post-modernist composition professors taught him to write?

  11. KG
    July 28, 2007 at 7:49 pm

    >Dunno, Rightwingprof. If so, the same profs also taught him that it’s never necessary to answer the hard questions, eh?I can’t be bothered with him because if someone keeps dodging the answers debate becomes impossible.He’s just a lefty troll and U.N. apologist.A waste of space and time.

  12. July 28, 2007 at 8:46 pm

    >Thank you “’grammar professor”. Because “that” is only what you could be.Your so cheap “ideas” and/or “concepts”, expressed in your articles, are completely wrong and useless.The same for your … audience.Oscar.

  13. KG
    July 29, 2007 at 2:06 am

    >Oscar, a suggestion:sex and travel.

  14. July 29, 2007 at 7:56 am

    >Grammar teacher, … and again and usual … you are completely wrong; like when you qualified me of “leftist” and/or something of the kind. Actually, I have a very active girl fiend. By the way, she is … Australian. And, because of my profession, I am practically living in planes and hotels. I was really wondering about your intellect, but I never thought you will go so down … Trying to keep the level, it will be very good to you, to well realize what the “aussi” are really doing in East Timor, under the umbrella of UN and Peace Keeping Operations (… your lovers). I am sure; it will open your mind. The same for the incredible amount of “aussi” companies fully involved with corruption and other tares and/or flaws of the kind, in the UN Oil-for-Food Programme.Oscar.

  15. KG
    July 29, 2007 at 10:02 am

    >ROFL!! perhaps I should have put the “sex and travel” suggestion in the vernacular….It’s a polite way of saying “Fu*k off”

  16. July 29, 2007 at 4:36 pm

    >But, we know already — and very well — that you are not polite, at all … doesn’t it ? … “aussi” ?

  17. July 29, 2007 at 7:31 pm

    >When the ratio of punctuation marks to words approaches 1:1, communication ceases. I’m not sure what takes place at that point, but it’s not the communication of thoughts and ideas.It’s hard to open and change minds when no one can figure out what the f*&^ you’re talking about–although I admit that the absence of all that punctuation might not improve the situation all that much, in this particular case.

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