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3/21/2014 11:35:58 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
VN leader in Japan on state visit
Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang and his wife is in Tokyo on state visit at the invitation of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko.
Sang and his entourage were warmly welcomed by members of the Japanese House of Representatives, Deputy Foreign Minister Hirotaka Ishihara and Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Doan Xuan Hung, among others.

Yesterday, the leader met with the governor of Ibaraki prefecture and visited several agricultural research, machinery manufacturing and flower processing facilities in the locality.

Sang's first state-level visit to Japan will last until tomorrow. He and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plan to discuss ways to expand co-operation in economics, politics, security, agriculture and culture, lifting bilateral ties to new heights.

Minister-Counsellor of the Japanese Embassy Hideo Suzuki described Sang's visit as an important political event as both the region and world change rapidly.

Vietnam and Japan have seen their relationship develop significantly in recent years. Japan was the first country in the Group of Seven to welcome the Vietnamese Party general-secretary to Japan in 1995, establish a strategic partnership with Vietnam in 2009 and recognise Vietnam's market economy in 2011.

Japan remains the leading ODA donor to Vietnam. The East Asian country provided ?2.1 trillion (Bt676.5 billion) in ODA from 1992 to 2012 and US$1.55 billion (Bt50 billion) in 2013 alone.

Last year, the country was Vietnam's fourth-largest trade partner, with two-way trade hitting $25.16 billion, of which Vietnam earned $13.5 billion from selling mainly seafood, crude oil, garments and coal.

Japan was Vietnam's leading investor, with capital totalling $5.7 billion in 2013. As of last December, it had 2,166 valid FDI projects in Vietnam with total registered capital of $34.7 billion. The two countries have also worked together in the fields of culture, sports, tourism, education and science and technology.
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3/21/2014 11:45:22 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 3/21/2014 11:35:58 PM, southeastasiansea wrote:
VN leader in Japan on state visit
Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang and his wife is in Tokyo on state visit at the invitation of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko.
Sang and his entourage were warmly welcomed by members of the Japanese House of Representatives, Deputy Foreign Minister Hirotaka Ishihara and Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Doan Xuan Hung, among others.

Yesterday, the leader met with the governor of Ibaraki prefecture and visited several agricultural research, machinery manufacturing and flower processing facilities in the locality.

Sang's first state-level visit to Japan will last until tomorrow. He and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plan to discuss ways to expand co-operation in economics, politics, security, agriculture and culture, lifting bilateral ties to new heights.

Minister-Counsellor of the Japanese Embassy Hideo Suzuki described Sang's visit as an important political event as both the region and world change rapidly.

Vietnam and Japan have seen their relationship develop significantly in recent years. Japan was the first country in the Group of Seven to welcome the Vietnamese Party general-secretary to Japan in 1995, establish a strategic partnership with Vietnam in 2009 and recognise Vietnam's market economy in 2011.

Japan remains the leading ODA donor to Vietnam. The East Asian country provided ?2.1 trillion (Bt676.5 billion) in ODA from 1992 to 2012 and US$1.55 billion (Bt50 billion) in 2013 alone.

Last year, the country was Vietnam's fourth-largest trade partner, with two-way trade hitting $25.16 billion, of which Vietnam earned $13.5 billion from selling mainly seafood, crude oil, garments and coal.

Japan was Vietnam's leading investor, with capital totalling $5.7 billion in 2013. As of last December, it had 2,166 valid FDI projects in Vietnam with total registered capital of $34.7 billion. The two countries have also worked together in the fields of culture, sports, tourism, education and science and technology.

Not sure what this is about, but its nice to see Vietnam embracing some capitalism.
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3/22/2014 1:14:20 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 3/21/2014 11:45:22 PM, Jifpop09 wrote:
At 3/21/2014 11:35:58 PM, southeastasiansea wrote:
VN leader in Japan on state visit
Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang and his wife is in Tokyo on state visit at the invitation of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko.
Sang and his entourage were warmly welcomed by members of the Japanese House of Representatives, Deputy Foreign Minister Hirotaka Ishihara and Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Doan Xuan Hung, among others.

Yesterday, the leader met with the governor of Ibaraki prefecture and visited several agricultural research, machinery manufacturing and flower processing facilities in the locality.

Sang's first state-level visit to Japan will last until tomorrow. He and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plan to discuss ways to expand co-operation in economics, politics, security, agriculture and culture, lifting bilateral ties to new heights.

Minister-Counsellor of the Japanese Embassy Hideo Suzuki described Sang's visit as an important political event as both the region and world change rapidly.

Vietnam and Japan have seen their relationship develop significantly in recent years. Japan was the first country in the Group of Seven to welcome the Vietnamese Party general-secretary to Japan in 1995, establish a strategic partnership with Vietnam in 2009 and recognise Vietnam's market economy in 2011.

Japan remains the leading ODA donor to Vietnam. The East Asian country provided ?2.1 trillion (Bt676.5 billion) in ODA from 1992 to 2012 and US$1.55 billion (Bt50 billion) in 2013 alone.

Last year, the country was Vietnam's fourth-largest trade partner, with two-way trade hitting $25.16 billion, of which Vietnam earned $13.5 billion from selling mainly seafood, crude oil, garments and coal.

Japan was Vietnam's leading investor, with capital totalling $5.7 billion in 2013. As of last December, it had 2,166 valid FDI projects in Vietnam with total registered capital of $34.7 billion. The two countries have also worked together in the fields of culture, sports, tourism, education and science and technology.

Not sure what this is about, but its nice to see Vietnam embracing some capitalism.

Communism was only a stepping stone, but a very necessary stepping stone. If Vietnam had chosen capitalism then it would have left itself susceptible to US aggression. Communism as their choice was capable of reuniting their country and that was their prime objective. It's only natural that now they will turn to capitalism, as China is obviously doing.

But it will be a cautious turn and not wholesale into a greedy and irresponsible form of capitalism that is poisoning the US as we speak. Something more akin to Canada's or Scandinavian countries' form of "Socially Responsible Capitalism".
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3/22/2014 1:15:38 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 3/22/2014 1:14:20 PM, monty1 wrote:
At 3/21/2014 11:45:22 PM, Jifpop09 wrote:
At 3/21/2014 11:35:58 PM, southeastasiansea wrote:
VN leader in Japan on state visit
Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang and his wife is in Tokyo on state visit at the invitation of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko.
Sang and his entourage were warmly welcomed by members of the Japanese House of Representatives, Deputy Foreign Minister Hirotaka Ishihara and Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Doan Xuan Hung, among others.

Yesterday, the leader met with the governor of Ibaraki prefecture and visited several agricultural research, machinery manufacturing and flower processing facilities in the locality.

Sang's first state-level visit to Japan will last until tomorrow. He and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plan to discuss ways to expand co-operation in economics, politics, security, agriculture and culture, lifting bilateral ties to new heights.

Minister-Counsellor of the Japanese Embassy Hideo Suzuki described Sang's visit as an important political event as both the region and world change rapidly.

Vietnam and Japan have seen their relationship develop significantly in recent years. Japan was the first country in the Group of Seven to welcome the Vietnamese Party general-secretary to Japan in 1995, establish a strategic partnership with Vietnam in 2009 and recognise Vietnam's market economy in 2011.

Japan remains the leading ODA donor to Vietnam. The East Asian country provided ?2.1 trillion (Bt676.5 billion) in ODA from 1992 to 2012 and US$1.55 billion (Bt50 billion) in 2013 alone.

Last year, the country was Vietnam's fourth-largest trade partner, with two-way trade hitting $25.16 billion, of which Vietnam earned $13.5 billion from selling mainly seafood, crude oil, garments and coal.

Japan was Vietnam's leading investor, with capital totalling $5.7 billion in 2013. As of last December, it had 2,166 valid FDI projects in Vietnam with total registered capital of $34.7 billion. The two countries have also worked together in the fields of culture, sports, tourism, education and science and technology.

Not sure what this is about, but its nice to see Vietnam embracing some capitalism.

Communism was only a stepping stone, but a very necessary stepping stone. If Vietnam had chosen capitalism then it would have left itself susceptible to US aggression. Communism as their choice was capable of reuniting their country and that was their prime objective. It's only natural that now they will turn to capitalism, as China is obviously doing.

But it will be a cautious turn and not wholesale into a greedy and irresponsible form of capitalism that is poisoning the US as we speak. Something more akin to Canada's or Scandinavian countries' form of "Socially Responsible Capitalism".

OH MY FUKING Barazzan, stop making everything about the US dimwit. Nvm, I'm blocking you.
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3/22/2014 1:20:14 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 3/22/2014 1:15:38 PM, Jifpop09 wrote:
At 3/22/2014 1:14:20 PM, monty1 wrote:
At 3/21/2014 11:45:22 PM, Jifpop09 wrote:
At 3/21/2014 11:35:58 PM, southeastasiansea wrote:
VN leader in Japan on state visit
Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang and his wife is in Tokyo on state visit at the invitation of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko.
Sang and his entourage were warmly welcomed by members of the Japanese House of Representatives, Deputy Foreign Minister Hirotaka Ishihara and Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Doan Xuan Hung, among others.

Yesterday, the leader met with the governor of Ibaraki prefecture and visited several agricultural research, machinery manufacturing and flower processing facilities in the locality.

Sang's first state-level visit to Japan will last until tomorrow. He and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plan to discuss ways to expand co-operation in economics, politics, security, agriculture and culture, lifting bilateral ties to new heights.

Minister-Counsellor of the Japanese Embassy Hideo Suzuki described Sang's visit as an important political event as both the region and world change rapidly.

Vietnam and Japan have seen their relationship develop significantly in recent years. Japan was the first country in the Group of Seven to welcome the Vietnamese Party general-secretary to Japan in 1995, establish a strategic partnership with Vietnam in 2009 and recognise Vietnam's market economy in 2011.

Japan remains the leading ODA donor to Vietnam. The East Asian country provided ?2.1 trillion (Bt676.5 billion) in ODA from 1992 to 2012 and US$1.55 billion (Bt50 billion) in 2013 alone.

Last year, the country was Vietnam's fourth-largest trade partner, with two-way trade hitting $25.16 billion, of which Vietnam earned $13.5 billion from selling mainly seafood, crude oil, garments and coal.

Japan was Vietnam's leading investor, with capital totalling $5.7 billion in 2013. As of last December, it had 2,166 valid FDI projects in Vietnam with total registered capital of $34.7 billion. The two countries have also worked together in the fields of culture, sports, tourism, education and science and technology.

Not sure what this is about, but its nice to see Vietnam embracing some capitalism.

Communism was only a stepping stone, but a very necessary stepping stone. If Vietnam had chosen capitalism then it would have left itself susceptible to US aggression. Communism as their choice was capable of reuniting their country and that was their prime objective. It's only natural that now they will turn to capitalism, as China is obviously doing.

But it will be a cautious turn and not wholesale into a greedy and irresponsible form of capitalism that is poisoning the US as we speak. Something more akin to Canada's or Scandinavian countries' form of "Socially Responsible Capitalism".

OH MY FUKING Barazzan, stop making everything about the US dimwit. Nvm, I'm blocking you.

My arguments are completely valid and stated in a polite way. You can run but you can't hide. Running away is tantamount to admitting defeat.

But you have another glaring problem don't you. You can't possibly tolerate anyone questioning your American authority can you! So if you're done, I'm done with you!
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3/22/2014 1:28:54 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 3/22/2014 1:20:14 PM, monty1 wrote:
At 3/22/2014 1:15:38 PM, Jifpop09 wrote:
At 3/22/2014 1:14:20 PM, monty1 wrote:
At 3/21/2014 11:45:22 PM, Jifpop09 wrote:
At 3/21/2014 11:35:58 PM, southeastasiansea wrote:
VN leader in Japan on state visit
Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang and his wife is in Tokyo on state visit at the invitation of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko.
Sang and his entourage were warmly welcomed by members of the Japanese House of Representatives, Deputy Foreign Minister Hirotaka Ishihara and Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Doan Xuan Hung, among others.

Yesterday, the leader met with the governor of Ibaraki prefecture and visited several agricultural research, machinery manufacturing and flower processing facilities in the locality.

Sang's first state-level visit to Japan will last until tomorrow. He and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plan to discuss ways to expand co-operation in economics, politics, security, agriculture and culture, lifting bilateral ties to new heights.

Minister-Counsellor of the Japanese Embassy Hideo Suzuki described Sang's visit as an important political event as both the region and world change rapidly.

Vietnam and Japan have seen their relationship develop significantly in recent years. Japan was the first country in the Group of Seven to welcome the Vietnamese Party general-secretary to Japan in 1995, establish a strategic partnership with Vietnam in 2009 and recognise Vietnam's market economy in 2011.

Japan remains the leading ODA donor to Vietnam. The East Asian country provided ?2.1 trillion (Bt676.5 billion) in ODA from 1992 to 2012 and US$1.55 billion (Bt50 billion) in 2013 alone.

Last year, the country was Vietnam's fourth-largest trade partner, with two-way trade hitting $25.16 billion, of which Vietnam earned $13.5 billion from selling mainly seafood, crude oil, garments and coal.

Japan was Vietnam's leading investor, with capital totalling $5.7 billion in 2013. As of last December, it had 2,166 valid FDI projects in Vietnam with total registered capital of $34.7 billion. The two countries have also worked together in the fields of culture, sports, tourism, education and science and technology.

Not sure what this is about, but its nice to see Vietnam embracing some capitalism.

Communism was only a stepping stone, but a very necessary stepping stone. If Vietnam had chosen capitalism then it would have left itself susceptible to US aggression. Communism as their choice was capable of reuniting their country and that was their prime objective. It's only natural that now they will turn to capitalism, as China is obviously doing.

But it will be a cautious turn and not wholesale into a greedy and irresponsible form of capitalism that is poisoning the US as we speak. Something more akin to Canada's or Scandinavian countries' form of "Socially Responsible Capitalism".

OH MY FUKING Barazzan, stop making everything about the US dimwit. Nvm, I'm blocking you.

My arguments are completely valid and stated in a polite way. You can run but you can't hide. Running away is tantamount to admitting defeat.

But you have another glaring problem don't you. You can't possibly tolerate anyone questioning your American authority can you! So if you're done, I'm done with you!

No, that's not the problem. The US has a lot of faults, and trust me, I'm very vocal about them. The PROBLEM is, about 80% of your posts are an anti-states reply, to something completely unrelated. STOP WHINING, AND WHEN THE US IS RELEVANT TO THE SUBJECT< THEN COMPLAIN. Have you ever even been to the US, as your making us out to be some sort of Tyrant scum? Were nice people, who elected a stupid president. Get over it.

USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!
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3/22/2014 1:46:53 PM
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jifpop wrote: "
No, that's not the problem. The US has a lot of faults, and trust me, I'm very vocal about them. The PROBLEM is, about 80% of your posts are an anti-states reply, to something completely unrelated. STOP WHINING, AND WHEN THE US IS RELEVANT TO THE SUBJECT< THEN COMPLAIN. Have you ever even been to the US, as your making us out to be some sort of Tyrant scum? Were nice people, who elected a stupid president. Get over it.

USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!"

If condemning the US is applicable to the debate then I will do so. It just so happens that it 'is' applicable in 80% or more of the debates on this forum.

I've been to the US many times but only once since 2001. I found that attitudes changed so much then that it was becoming an unpleasant experience. No, you have become 'not nice' people since 911, but that has nothing to do with my debating style.

Your USA chanting has to stand on it's own merits. I'll only warn you that the rest of the world views that sort of behaviour as arrogance. Fill your boots!
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3/22/2014 2:04:43 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 3/22/2014 1:46:53 PM, monty1 wrote:
jifpop wrote: "
No, that's not the problem. The US has a lot of faults, and trust me, I'm very vocal about them. The PROBLEM is, about 80% of your posts are an anti-states reply, to something completely unrelated. STOP WHINING, AND WHEN THE US IS RELEVANT TO THE SUBJECT< THEN COMPLAIN. Have you ever even been to the US, as your making us out to be some sort of Tyrant scum? Were nice people, who elected a stupid president. Get over it.

USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!"

If condemning the US is applicable to the debate then I will do so. It just so happens that it 'is' applicable in 80% or more of the debates on this forum.

I've been to the US many times but only once since 2001. I found that attitudes changed so much then that it was becoming an unpleasant experience. No, you have become 'not nice' people since 911, but that has nothing to do with my debating style.

Your USA chanting has to stand on it's own merits. I'll only warn you that the rest of the world views that sort of behaviour as arrogance. Fill your boots!

We can be arrogant all we want. Were...

A. Rich

B. Powerful

C. Influential

And I don't appreciate you generalizing over 300 million people as not nice. You know that's bull$hit. Now stop dodging the question, and tell me where you are from.
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3/22/2014 2:18:37 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 3/22/2014 2:04:43 PM, Jifpop09 wrote:
At 3/22/2014 1:46:53 PM, monty1 wrote:
jifpop wrote: "
No, that's not the problem. The US has a lot of faults, and trust me, I'm very vocal about them. The PROBLEM is, about 80% of your posts are an anti-states reply, to something completely unrelated. STOP WHINING, AND WHEN THE US IS RELEVANT TO THE SUBJECT< THEN COMPLAIN. Have you ever even been to the US, as your making us out to be some sort of Tyrant scum? Were nice people, who elected a stupid president. Get over it.

USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!"

If condemning the US is applicable to the debate then I will do so. It just so happens that it 'is' applicable in 80% or more of the debates on this forum.

I've been to the US many times but only once since 2001. I found that attitudes changed so much then that it was becoming an unpleasant experience. No, you have become 'not nice' people since 911, but that has nothing to do with my debating style.

Your USA chanting has to stand on it's own merits. I'll only warn you that the rest of the world views that sort of behaviour as arrogance. Fill your boots!

We can be arrogant all we want. Were...

A. Rich

B. Powerful

C. Influential

And I don't appreciate you generalizing over 300 million people as not nice. You know that's bull$hit. Now stop dodging the question, and tell me where you are from.

Yes, you can be arrogant all you like! I actually do 'generalize' all your people as being not nice. That means the same as 'in general' and doesn't mean 'exclusively' not nice. You have some nice people.

I've never dodged any question but if you think I have then be explicit. I'm a Canadian and I live on Vancouver Island. I don't feel I need to be more explicit than that.

And now I'm going to have to put you on the back burner as I have more important things to do with my day. I'll get back to you if there's a need. That is, if you don't have another one of your silly tantrums.
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3/22/2014 2:19:40 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 3/22/2014 2:18:37 PM, monty1 wrote:
At 3/22/2014 2:04:43 PM, Jifpop09 wrote:
At 3/22/2014 1:46:53 PM, monty1 wrote:
jifpop wrote: "
No, that's not the problem. The US has a lot of faults, and trust me, I'm very vocal about them. The PROBLEM is, about 80% of your posts are an anti-states reply, to something completely unrelated. STOP WHINING, AND WHEN THE US IS RELEVANT TO THE SUBJECT< THEN COMPLAIN. Have you ever even been to the US, as your making us out to be some sort of Tyrant scum? Were nice people, who elected a stupid president. Get over it.

USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!"

If condemning the US is applicable to the debate then I will do so. It just so happens that it 'is' applicable in 80% or more of the debates on this forum.

I've been to the US many times but only once since 2001. I found that attitudes changed so much then that it was becoming an unpleasant experience. No, you have become 'not nice' people since 911, but that has nothing to do with my debating style.

Your USA chanting has to stand on it's own merits. I'll only warn you that the rest of the world views that sort of behaviour as arrogance. Fill your boots!

We can be arrogant all we want. Were...

A. Rich

B. Powerful

C. Influential

And I don't appreciate you generalizing over 300 million people as not nice. You know that's bull$hit. Now stop dodging the question, and tell me where you are from.

Yes, you can be arrogant all you like! I actually do 'generalize' all your people as being not nice. That means the same as 'in general' and doesn't mean 'exclusively' not nice. You have some nice people.

I've never dodged any question but if you think I have then be explicit. I'm a Canadian and I live on Vancouver Island. I don't feel I need to be more explicit than that.

And now I'm going to have to put you on the back burner as I have more important things to do with my day. I'll get back to you if there's a need. That is, if you don't have another one of your silly tantrums.

Alright, your canadian. I will be willing to challenge uyou to a debate, that America is more patriotic then Canada? Interested?
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3/22/2014 6:17:15 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 3/22/2014 2:19:40 PM, Jifpop09 wrote:
At 3/22/2014 2:18:37 PM, monty1 wrote:
At 3/22/2014 2:04:43 PM, Jifpop09 wrote:
At 3/22/2014 1:46:53 PM, monty1 wrote:
jifpop wrote: "
No, that's not the problem. The US has a lot of faults, and trust me, I'm very vocal about them. The PROBLEM is, about 80% of your posts are an anti-states reply, to something completely unrelated. STOP WHINING, AND WHEN THE US IS RELEVANT TO THE SUBJECT< THEN COMPLAIN. Have you ever even been to the US, as your making us out to be some sort of Tyrant scum? Were nice people, who elected a stupid president. Get over it.

USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!"

If condemning the US is applicable to the debate then I will do so. It just so happens that it 'is' applicable in 80% or more of the debates on this forum.

I've been to the US many times but only once since 2001. I found that attitudes changed so much then that it was becoming an unpleasant experience. No, you have become 'not nice' people since 911, but that has nothing to do with my debating style.

Your USA chanting has to stand on it's own merits. I'll only warn you that the rest of the world views that sort of behaviour as arrogance. Fill your boots!

We can be arrogant all we want. Were...

A. Rich

B. Powerful

C. Influential

And I don't appreciate you generalizing over 300 million people as not nice. You know that's bull$hit. Now stop dodging the question, and tell me where you are from.

Yes, you can be arrogant all you like! I actually do 'generalize' all your people as being not nice. That means the same as 'in general' and doesn't mean 'exclusively' not nice. You have some nice people.

I've never dodged any question but if you think I have then be explicit. I'm a Canadian and I live on Vancouver Island. I don't feel I need to be more explicit than that.

And now I'm going to have to put you on the back burner as I have more important things to do with my day. I'll get back to you if there's a need. That is, if you don't have another one of your silly tantrums.

Alright, your canadian. I will be willing to challenge uyou to a debate, that America is more patriotic then Canada? Interested?

I would have to take the affirmative because I am completely awar that Americans are more patriotic than Canadians. Had you read all my comments on this forum you would have noticed that I've made a point of saying just that. Americans are much more propagandized into flagwaving than are Canadians. Canadians are much more likely to question the actions of their government than are Americans.

Comparitively speaking, Americans are born with a flag up their as-es and are schooled in patriotism right from the cradle. Canadians not near as much.

Debate?