Friday, May 21, 2004




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The US-European gulf will continue to widen no matter who wins the US Presidential election. The Economist explains. Why the USA would want to shack up with such a panty-waist candyass shithole is beyond me. Zeropa's opinion is worth somewhere in between 'jack' and 'shit'.
Le gouffre qui sépare les Etats-unis et l'Europe continuera à se creuser quel que soit le résultat des élections présidentielles américaines. L'Economist explique. Pourquoi les Etats-unis voudraient faire équipe avec un tel trou à merde pédaloïde cucul la praline me dépasse. L'opinion zéropéenne a une valeur qui se situe quelque part entre 'que' et 'dalle'.

5 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:33 PM

    you are putting far to much room between "jack" and "shit".....funck this current iteration of leftist, all thumbs, dickheads.
    Fuck europe.
    A resident since 1999 (haven't been back to the states) is say this:
    Don't believe the hype. F

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  2. Anonymous12:35 AM

    Fuck you previous anonymous poster, and your defeatist way of thinking. Ask any Iraqi and they'll agree, Saddam needed ot have been gottne rid of and Europe never did SHIT. America and England were the only nations to oppose Saddam's options for the massive corruption i nthe UN he caused, which is proven fact, or that they opposed his removal of UN weapons inspectors for 4 years, another proven fact, which could explain why Saddam's WMD went missing and Syria suddenly had enough to kill off thousands of people, trying to sneak them into Jordan. Or that Sarin gas was found in Iraq on the roadside, which would also indicate that terrorists or fedanee have the WMD securely hidden i ntheir grasp to be used at will. Until Europeans realize that Saddam was another Hitler, that the Middle East is in a total social and political depression which is fueled far worse then before in history due to the massive advancement of technology from the Cold War, and that no one ever *fixed* the problems there to begin with, leads me to believe the European powers who most often cause problems to ignore the result of their own follies, such as Vietnam which succumed to defeatism after a *French* affair in Vietnam. The UN would only touch problems in it's own continent, nevermind the thousands dead in Africa from no UN support, or all the Kurds, Marsh Arabs, and innocent people Saddam killed, or that Israel only defends itself from an enemy, namely HAMAS, who's own charter states it will not stop until every Israeli is dead. I am not familiar enough with the French culture to indicate whether or not the Klu Klux Klan is known to them, or if they know the true facts about them, but simply imagine it as this; the KKK of the Middle East holds political power over many nations, hiding behind religions that preach love and acceptance while warping certain phrases into ideas of malice and evil. So suck my hairy, Irish-American nuts Mr. Anonymous, and never believe everything you hear, because the media is full of more lies than Al Gore, self proclaimed inventor of the Internet.

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  3. Where ingorant armies clash by night, indeed... two anonymous posters who can't spell slogging it out.

    Be warned, gentlemen: any more of this and it's curtains.

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  4. Anonymous4:24 PM

    Well put, Douglas

    Joe

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  5. Anonymous4:58 PM

    I think some of these folks at the Economist must have lunch too often with their colleagues at the Mirror. Personally, I think the idea of armed conflict between Europe (in particular, France) and America is less far-fetched than the "conventional wisdom" of the punditry believes. We know, for example, that a lot of perfidious French actions leading up to the Iraq War (e.g. passing along our intelligence briefings, selling Roland anti-aircraft systems, etc. etc.) were covered up by the State Department and CIA -- probably in exchange for the coerced compliance of France in the UN in the war's immediate aftermath. If there were no such cover-up, and the media had fully exposed the perfidy, then Congress would have been obliged to declare war on France under the Bush doctrine, and France today might well be under the direction of Paul Bremer or some other effete snob bureaucrat from the State Department... and that just might be a fate worse for the French than putting France back under control of the Germans.

    Frank P. Hart, Apex, NC USA (not anonymous, but not a professional blogger, either)

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