557 responses to “Ron Paul: Why We Don’t Need FEMA”

  1. Majlerin

    I never said otherwise. China is funding African regimes to get economic benefits and partnerships. The same that the US does in the guilf

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  2. Majlerin

    When did they veto the invasion? There was no resolution passed on the invasion, so they couldn't veto.
    The main opposition to the war came from France and Germany. Russia didn't want to antagonize the US, and used the opportunity to follow the Europeans in a mild condemnation of the war

    "Russia had economic and military ties with Saddam"

    Yeah but not much. The USSR supported the Gulf war

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  3. iseeyou1312

    Once again, you are confusing trade relations with puppet regimes.

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  4. iseeyou1312

    So basically nothing conclusive. It isn't unusual for major weapon producers to supply both sides of a civil war for cash or certain entitlements when the war is over. Israel was the main supplier of weapons to Iran during the Iran-Iraq war, even though the two countries absolutely detested each other. People are generally willing to put prejudice aside when profits are involved.

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  5. iseeyou1312

    So Russia and China vetoed the Iraqi invasion in the UN security council because??? Russia had economic and military ties with Saddam, and strongly criticised the economic trade sanctions imposed on Iraq as well as the US led invasion.

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  6. Majlerin

    Google for the Aljazeera article "China's African mischief "

    It mentions Lybia, Angola, Sudan, the Darfur war. The main case is Sudan (i didn't remember what country I've read before) where they have been fighting a civil war for years and China supplied them with weapons

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  7. Majlerin

    Yes Russia doesn't need more oil, but it needs, wants, to keep oil prices high. They need countries to buy their oil.

    As for Chinese involvement in Africa, there's Angola, Congo, Nigeria (where they control most of the oil reserves); Tanzania, Zambia.
    They supported some side of a recent civil war, maybe the Sudanese

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  8. iseeyou1312

    China and Russia had no plans of invading Iraq. Russia holds large oil and gas reserves, so it has little need for colonial expansion as it can meet its domestic needs. Please name the dictators China has installed in Africa.

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  9. iseeyou1312

    No, removing dictators that favour Russia and replacing them with NATO puppets is not pacifying them from a Russian perspective. Chinese corporations bought oil fields totalling approximately one billion barrels of oil, which doesn't even suffice two weeks of global consumption. Any advantage from the war is insignificant.

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  10. Majlerin

    Go listen to what REPUBLICAN governor of NJ Christie said of the democrat FEMA and Obama:
    /watch?v=PHzSJ3YNhSw

    "The level of cooperation with FEMA is excellent" - Christie, a republican

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  11. Majlerin

    "They aren't pacifying anything but removing anti-NATO dictators who won't cooperate."

    That's pacifying. The new iraq is as cooperative with NATO as it is with China. The contracts for oil fields were put up for public auction, and some were bought by Chinese companies

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  12. Majlerin

    No they aren't my friend. That's just for show. America is doing what China would have to do otherwise

    "Russia and China are perfectly capable of getting oil from trade."

    Right. You haven't heard of Chinese support for puppet African dictators have you? China is doing in Africa what the US did in the Gulf. Creating client states

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  13. iseeyou1312

    You're kidding right? Russia especially and also China are absolutely livid over America's involvement in the Middle East. They aren't pacifying anything but removing anti-NATO dictators who won't cooperate. Russia and China are perfectly capable of getting oil from trade. Please explain how NATO has enhanced the Russian/Chinese oil supply?

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  14. Majlerin

    China is the largest importer of Iranian oil, although they have recently reduced the volume of imports and are pressuring Iran on the nuclear issue too

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  15. Majlerin

    I'm oversimplifying tho, ofc. Russia's and China's interests are different from NATOs, and they not always support the American 'pacification' efforts. They supported Afghanistan, were mild about Iraq, but don't want anything against Iran. They are allies of Iran and Syria. China in particular needs the iranian oil

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  16. Majlerin

    for instance, think about this:

    Despite what Europeans and others say, even the Russians and Chinese say, they ALL want America to be the "world police agent". Why?

    Because if it weren't America the one to pacify the middle east, then China, Europe and others would have to do it. Because they also need the oil, and they have an idealogical/humanitarian desire for peace (all the UN in general).

    It's a blessing for them that America is willing to do the job, and pay the cost of doing it.

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  17. Majlerin

    No argument there mate. Thought it's obviously a far more complex issue than that.

    Ron Paul is reaping huge support for his anti-war stance. Very misguided support since many people don't realize where he comes from, politically

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  18. Sleetjuh

    Well it seems like he is the only one that realizes the 'world police agent' thing has to stop. I'm not from America but from a NATO country and everytime big america is starting the war drums we also get involved in some bullshit war or bombings on libya.

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  19. Majlerin

    "After Katrina, a Senate investigation found that FEMA was shorthanded, failed to commit enough people to prepare for the oncoming storm, didn't have enough supplies in position and had poor communication with state and local authorities. Its director at the time, Michael Brown, had little emergency management experience before being named to the agency's top job in 2003."

    Brown, 100% incompetent and inexperienced, appointed by BUSH with the explicit goal of discrediting and destroying FEMA

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  20. Majlerin

    Actually, you can compare the slow response of the republican-led FEMA after Katrina, with the democrat-led FEMA after Sandy.
    Which FEMA performed better?

    Q.E.D.

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  21. Majlerin

    And finally, Obama is no more socialist than America. the US has been a 'socialist' country since FDR.

    Funny how you don't realize it

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  22. Majlerin

    Not even the clusterfuck Romney dares to admit now that he called for an to FEMA.

    But Paulites are as stubborn as hell and will never learn:

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  23. Majlerin

    Wtf. He was a fucking professor in a top notch university. Did you also want to see his birth certf? How about Paul's records? Go back to your cave.

    "People still don't have food, clean water or clean clothing."
    And what they have, it's because of FEMA and other organizations helping them.

    "Go to New Jersey and New York and ask them how they feel about FEMA."
    They want MORE FEMA, not less.

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  24. whatsthebigfndeal

    The point he is making is that FEMA has done next to nothing for the victims of hurricane sandy. People still don't have food, clean water or clean clothing. Go to New Jersey and New York and ask them how they feel about FEMA. Ask them in Texas, Louisianna, Mississippi and Alabama too. Anyway, what does that have to do with you seeing Obama's academic records that he refuses to make public? I'm sure you like the fact that he's a socialist, but you still haven't seen his records.

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  25. Majlerin

    Try go a bit North and tell the people of NJ they don't need that stinky FEMA and should just stick up to the little hurricane like men ;)
    Idiots.

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  26. Majlerin

    lol. So you are a Paulite calling me immature? "a little over my head" in a Ron Paul video in youtube!? hahaha!!! Don't make me laugh.

    Obama taught in Chicago. Romney got 2 degrees from Harvard.

    Paul is just a medical doctor whose world view was shaped by 1950s anarcho-capitalist and a dying breed of conservatives

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  27. Surfisher

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  28. shaake maaster

    >fema is a joke<

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  29. shaake maaster

    >fema is a joke<

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  30. Surfisher

    Ron Paul's 2002 Predictions All Come True – Incredible Video! (6 minutes only)

    We have now lost our Nation to a Government that will have no mercy on We, The People!

    Spread this 6 minute video like wild fire!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifJG_oFFDK0&feature=endscreen

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  31. Airshot06

    I'm sorry I voted from Ron Paul in the primaries, but if the gulf coast, after the BP oil disaster, was left up to just the southern states, they would have gone bankrupt for sure. This getting rid of FEMA idea is absolutely absurd.

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  32. David Duarte

    Wow, he really looks like Magneto here!

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  33. David Duarte

    Wow, he really looks like Magneto here!

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  34. Majlerin

    oh "they did quite well!" Just a few more dead and destruction~~ Nothing much to worry about.

    Nice to know. lol Decrepit dinossaur Paul

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  35. Majlerin

    Looking at their academic records, no he hasn't

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