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Post time 2011-2-14 07:33:58 |Display all floors
Originally posted by wetac0s at 2011-2-14 02:52
White people have no understanding of race and racism.  They confuse race with nationality whenever they think its an advantage to them.  That's why they are able to colonize and "cleanse" ...
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1. how can you right "they"? Have you asked all of them?
2. your babbling about "race" and "nationality" are hard to understand. European nations were making wars against each other, at the same time, "whites" were (alas) wiping out indigenuous populations. Of your words, however, I can't find the substance.
3. would you mind supplying some proofs for your allegations?

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Post time 2011-2-14 08:17:32 |Display all floors

Puerto Rico

The Puerto Ricans do not consider themselves Amerikans either and many want independance.

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Post time 2011-2-14 19:04:57 |Display all floors
Walled City of York, England
Rothenburg, Germany, the walled city, Germany's favorite tourist attractions
Avila's 11th century or Girona's walled city in Catalonia walls are the most important and best preserved in Spain
In Central Europe, the Celts walls testify "to the fact that they regard all waidiren as undesirables and a pest".
Aurelian Walls of Rome and the Theodosian Walls of Constantinople to mention more....
Many enclaves Jewish settlements in Israel were and are surrounded by fortified walls, so are many parts of Belfast, Northern Ireland by the Belfast Peace Lines...
why don't you stirr closer at home.....:)

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Post time 2011-2-14 21:15:56 |Display all floors

@ #1

Dude, you mention a taboo issue that the westerners (the whitey), obviously, don't like to discuss that is about the legitimacy of their claim about the Americas or Oceania.

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Post time 2011-2-14 21:44:02 |Display all floors

Hmmmm, thus far....

....no one has mentioned the island of Diego Garcia in the Indian ocean and where the culprits are the US and UK.... terrible, terrible affair....

The Telegraph, 14 Feb. 2011

Ben Fogle: My fight for the forgotten islanders

Forty years after Britain ‘cleansed’ the Chagos Islands of its inhabitants to make way for a US military base in the Indian Ocean, Ben Fogle explains why he’s determined to right a terrible wrong

Crawley, an unassuming town in the West Sussex commuter belt, holds a dark secret. Hidden within its streets is a story of tragedy and deceit that has left thousands of refugees living in misery for 40 years, exiled from their homeland by a conniving and unrepentant government. It is a story – described by some as one of the darkest days in British overseas policy – that has transfixed me for more than a decade and shaken my very principles on conservation, ecology and the environment movement.

Lies, bribes and Wikileaks – this tale has it all. It starts in the mid-Sixties when the US, worried about possible Soviet expansion, was seeking a base in the Indian Ocean. The catch? They wanted somewhere without an indigenous “population problem” that could interfere with the base’s operation.

Britain, it hoped, could offer a solution. Mauritius and her dependencies had been part of the British Empire. In 1964, independence was finally granted on the understanding that the Chagos archipelago would be excluded from the deal as, it was claimed, it was of “significant” geographical interest to Britain.

In the same year, a secret British-American conference was held in London. In the chilling words of official jargon, the islands “were closed” and, in an exchange of letters never shown to either Parliament or the US Congress, a defence agreement was signed leasing the Chagos Islands to the US for 50 years with the option of an extra 20-year extension. The deal was struck on the understanding that the entire island chain was “fully sanitised” and “cleansed” of life. In exchange, Britain would receive an $11million subsidy on the US’s Polaris submarine nuclear deterrent.

But there was a problem: the UK had overlooked the existence of the native population of about 1,800 Chagosian people, mainly descendents of slaves, living on the islands. And, as members of an overseas territory, they were British nationals. Yet it was vital for the British government, in its own words, “to maintain the pretence there were no permanent inhabitants” on the islands. This was because permanent residents would need to be recognised as people with democratic rights. So the islanders effectively became non-people.

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Post time 2011-2-15 22:50:24 |Display all floors

@ #18

It's not needed so much! Simply returning all European descendants living in America and Oceania to Europe is enough! Everybody delighted with the cramped space

I just wonder how many centimeters the european soil could dip with the extra weigh.

Before lashing out at me, remember the wide usage of the windmills in Holand to prevent the water invasion and its sinking

At last, please let the Moon out of it! Why all this merciless interest on the Moon?

Not happy enough after spoil the Earth, now wanna messed the Moon up?

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Post time 2011-2-16 00:02:07 |Display all floors
Originally posted by GoChina888 at 2011-2-15 22:50
It's not needed so much! Simply returning all European descendants living in America and Oceania to Europe is enough! Everybody delighted with the cramped space

I just wonder how many centime ...

What about all the asians and africans?  Return them too?

what about all the mixed bloods?  How will you determine who is indian enough to stay?

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