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As Russia sees the USA [07 Apr 2013|04:47pm]

ershowg


I want to talk about the United States from the point of view of Russia.
I want to tell you about Russia as it really is.
I'm not going to lie about Russia. Any Russian will tell as I am.
U.S. looks as aggressive and as a fascist state.
The Americans and the British brought to power in the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev.
Today Russian know that Mikhail Gorbachev a traitor Russia. For what he destroyed the Soviet Union, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union Americans hired Yeltsin.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin continued destruction of Russia.
Russian people demanded a national leader and a miracle happened.
President Putin is a wonderful gift from President Yeltsin.
Putin is not dependent on the U.S. and leads the Russian policy in the interests of the Russian people.
In Russia, the president is not a puppet, but a real head.
Putin's bloody regime is a myth. This myth invented Western forces.
This is cheap propaganda. In the West, people believe in this myth. Our neighbors to the east in this myth do not believe.
Terrorist attack September 11, 2001 was coined by the U.S. Congress. He was made with remote controlled airliners.
Due to the terrorist attacks of September 11, the U.S. came up with the myth of global terrorism. Under the guise of global terrorism the U.S. expand their influence in the East.
Indeed, Europe, Russia and the East, are aware of these crimes the U.S.. Such methods are supported monopoly dollar.
Central banks in most countries are totally dependent on the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Most of the world can not trade in their money. Foreign trade only through the dollar.
But still want to trade through its currency.
If someone decides to do so, the country is attacked by the U.S. Army.
Any country that is independent of the U.S. and Britain, Americans consider totalitarian.
Today, Russia is a strong country. We got stronger after the devastation of the nineties.
Russian government wants to restore the Soviet Union, but in another form.
Russia will have many allies in Europe and the East.
Russia is included in alliances BRICS, SCO and the Eurasian Union. Eurasian Union is an analogue of the Soviet Union.
These alliances have one goal. The purpose of this is to destroy the U.S. dollar as the monopoly.
This fall BRICS began to make external transactions through their own money. BRICS today refused dollars.
For the U.S., this means the beginning of the end.
World domination is based on the U.S. dollar. Printing dollars instead of real work. Very soon, this will not do.
When the dollar collapses, the U.S. could start a civil war.
Individual U.S. states will divide the property. Special services of Russia, Germany, China and other countries, will warm the U.S. population.
So we try to divide the United States. Our share is Alaska. Easy way to get just as easily and take away.
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As Russia sees the USA [24 Oct 2012|09:32pm]

ershowg

I want to talk about the United States from the point of view of Russia.
I want to tell you about Russia as it really is.
I'm not going to lie about Russia. Any Russian will tell as I am.
U.S. looks as aggressive and as a fascist state.
The Americans and the British brought to power in the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev.
Today Russian know that Mikhail Gorbachev a traitor Russia. For what he destroyed the Soviet Union, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union Americans hired Yeltsin.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin continued destruction of Russia.
Russian people demanded a national leader and a miracle happened.
President Putin is a wonderful gift from President Yeltsin.
Putin is not dependent on the U.S. and leads the Russian policy in the interests of the Russian people.
In Russia, the president is not a puppet, but a real head.
Putin's bloody regime is a myth. This myth invented Western forces.
This is cheap propaganda. In the West, people believe in this myth. Our neighbors to the east in this myth do not believe. 
Terrorist attack September 11, 2001 was coined by the U.S. Congress. He was made with remote controlled airliners.
Due to the terrorist attacks of September 11, the U.S. came up with the myth of global terrorism. Under the guise of global terrorism the U.S. expand their influence in the East.
Indeed, Europe, Russia and the East, are aware of these crimes the U.S.. Such methods are supported monopoly dollar.
Central banks in most countries are totally dependent on the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Most of the world can not trade in their money. Foreign trade only through the dollar.
But still want to trade through its currency.
If someone decides to do so, the country is attacked by the U.S. Army.
Any country that is independent of the U.S. and Britain, Americans consider totalitarian.
Today, Russia is a strong country. We got stronger after the devastation of the nineties.
Russian government wants to restore the Soviet Union, but in another form.
Russia will have many allies in Europe and the East.
Russia is included in alliances BRICS, SCO and the Eurasian Union. Eurasian Union is an analogue of the Soviet Union.
These alliances have one goal. The purpose of this is to destroy the U.S. dollar as the monopoly.
This fall BRICS began to make external transactions through their own money. BRICS today refused dollars.
For the U.S., this means the beginning of the end.
World domination is based on the U.S. dollar. Printing dollars instead of real work. Very soon, this will not do.
When the dollar collapses, the U.S. could start a civil war.
Individual U.S. states will divide the property. Special services of Russia, Germany, China and other countries, will warm the U.S. population.
So we try to divide the United States. Our share is Alaska. Easy way to get just as easily and take away.
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OSDI (great camp only $200-$300)/ hiring [24 May 2006|10:26pm]
yell0wgummybear
OSDI (great camp only $200-$300)/ hiring
Every summer, Mission San Jose High School hosts a very popular debate camp known as the OSDI (Ohsodef Speech and Debate Institute). We usually have a turnout of around 100-150 students from various schools around the nation. OSDI is VERY affordable, and is definitely one of the cheapest camps out there. For the 2 week novice policy session, it is only $300 while the 1 week advanced policy session is only $200. Although it is most reknowned for its LD sessions, the policy sessions have definitely been growing. I urge you guys to attend this either as your main camp or as a supplemental camp to whatever camp you guys may be attending because we have very good instructors and it's a great way to kick off your debate season. Novices should also attend becuase OSDI is especially good in instructing novice debaters. The dates for OSDI this year are August 7th-August 18th and it is located in Fremont, CA. For more information, go to www.ohsodef.com/osdi

The OSDI has very qualified instructors; last year the insturctors were Albert Yeh (Leland, debates for Berkeley), Chris Sun (CPS, debates for Emory), and Victor Rivas (Logan, Redlands), who all did very well debating in high school. This year Chris Sun and Victor Rivas will be returning, along with Herman Wong, one of Victor's high school teammates. Albert Yeh reached TOCs, won Stanford, etc. in high school. Chris Sun reached the quarterfinals of TOCs in high school, Victor Rivas reached elimination rounds at national circuit tounaments such as Berkeley, and Herman Wong did well at Nationals as well as other local tournaments.

Note: We are still looking for possible additional well-qualified instructors for the OSDI this summer. If you are interested, please email pamela@ohsodef.com as soon as possible.
It's fine if you do not live in California as accomodations will be made (plane ticket, housing, etc).
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College plans? [23 Apr 2006|09:31pm]

beffudled
So, class of '06 - where are you going to college? I'm headed to UMASS Amherst. Not a big debate program, but it should still be fun.
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[23 Apr 2006|07:48pm]

gandhikicksass
[ mood | bored ]

This community has great potential for being an awesome thread, but it seems posting in here is scarce.

SOOO, to give life back to the thread I guess I'll spark a convo.

What kind of aff's are you all thinking about/are working on for the National Service topic?

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[26 Feb 2006|11:29pm]

bricktannison
what's the deal with j? can't you just say "look to the harms as justification"?
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boy do i feel like a dork [20 Feb 2006|04:02pm]

saveservo2000
[ mood | comatose ]

hahaha i just informed my friend on my school's debate team of this community. then i realized i'm a chronic nerd. this is the most retarded intro ever. don't flame me!!! i'm in a food coma right now and i can't think very straight... uhhhh policy rules! (?)

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[03 Jan 2006|11:00am]

dramaticblunder
Hey guys...

What kinds of cases is everyone running this semester? My students are having trouble since the Patriot Act is going through all of these changes. What do you recommend? I could use a students' perspective...

*coach*

(x-posted)
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[20 Dec 2005|12:12pm]

arthurbulla
How's the year been going for everyone?
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[23 Sep 2005|04:53pm]

pinkpenguin0000
so first i have a question and then i have something that resembles a greek tradgedy...
does ne1 know who won 1st at wake forest last weekend?
...
now the tragedy:
so was a novice last year and absolutly loved it, then moved up and became varsity halfway through the year b/c a varsity person needed a partner...then this summer me and a friend went to camp together with the intention of partnering our remaining 3 years of debate in highschool, unfortunatly as soon as debate started this year she told me that she couldnt make like any of the tournements that we were going on this year (which is quite a feat since we go on alot) and she quite debate. this leaves me w/o a partner and noone on our team is doing policy this year (my coach DOES NOT like policy) so tried picking up a novice but my choice was really bad b/c she was..unreliable..and then tried to go beg my partner from last year to be my partner (keep in mind this is the one that i "dumped" to go w/ the friend to camp) but she isnt doing debate this year either...so my coach the whole time is bugging me to do LD (which le is in love w/. dont ask me y..i think its cuz he doesnt understand policy)and so the only choince im left w/ to go to compete is to do LD...i just went through my first tournement, like wasnt too bad, but defiantly wasnt inspiring, and now am missing policy mor than ever!!! AHH!! so just felt the need to vent...
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help? [22 Sep 2005|08:43pm]

disney_14
[ mood | hopeful ]

My story:

Last year I was invovled in debate in a rather limited way (dupont manual hs in KY; we used to be great, but now we're basically rebuilding the program from scratch). This year I would like to start getting good at it, although I am really just getting started.

My Problem:

On Tuesday, my partner and I are doing a practice debate in front of a bunch of novices against another team from our school. One of the pair went to Emory camp. They've both already debated this topic. My partner and I are totally unprepared. We're barely even familar with the resolution. But we don't want to look stupid in front of everyone.

Any advice?

I'm pretty sure that they're running a Patriot Act plan, although I don't really know many specifics. I have some evidence from Emory and Michigan camps.


Anything, ideas of what to run, etc., would be appreciated!

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More Katrina stuff (x-posted) [05 Sep 2005|04:24pm]

dolor_verum_est
[ mood | busy ]

New posts to go to to get donations for Katrina:

http://www.livejournal.com/users/italianchick589/28798.html
http://www.livejournal.com/users/merrivere/133033.html
http://www.livejournal.com/users/x0_da_emster_0x/37798.html
http://www.livejournal.com/users/edna_blackadder/11327.html
http://www.thehungersite.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/CTDSites
http://www.mercycorps.org/?source=0102
http://speakup.oxygen.com/campaigns/neworleans/register/c37e7e49788a67fc6c08a1f6a085c80d/
http://www.livejournal.com/users/shiggity/239459.html
http://www.livejournal.com/users/slackerace/49482.html

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x-posted all over the place RE: Katrina [04 Sep 2005|01:06pm]

dolor_verum_est
here are a few links of interest for everyone:

(1) There is a guy updating his livejournal out of New Orleans with pictures and text updates about the city. He was there for the entire storm and is running on generators and satellite internet.

His journal can be found here: http://www.livejournal.com/users/interdictor/

(2) slackerace has set up a post where with each comment she receives she will donate $1 to the New Orleans relief aid. I think this is truly one of the most amazngly charitable deeds I've seen around LJ yet. Also, boniblithe will then match those dollars for every one of those comments and she's donating her donations through her company who is matching them dollar for dollar.

That equals $3 per comment.

Everyone go and leave one comment each.

Its another way to help.

Better hurry though, she's got a 48 hour deadline.

---------------------------

Love,
Kyle, your friendly community MOD

P.S. Tell your family that you love them.
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[31 Aug 2005|06:45pm]

liquidspeargasp
Hello my name is Yelena Filipchuk, and this is what I think about the growing food and soil fertility crisis in the United States.

The future of food policy in the United States has begun to move in the right direction due to activism on college campuses, community based connections with farmers, and media attention to rural issues.



However, just going to buying organic produce at your local farmer's market will not change the structural elements of subsidies on GMO/monoculture corn, the use of cancer causing/endocrine system disrupting pesticies, or the importation of much of our supermarket goods from LDCs any time soon. I repeat, THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE SOLD AT WHOLE FOODS.

for more information, please see www.agariana.org
or email yelena.filipchuk@gmail.com
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tournaments [30 Aug 2005|12:58pm]

lildoraemonal
any california tournaments you guys are going to?
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[17 Aug 2005|06:34pm]

pinkpenguin0000
so does anyone ever look/post on this thing on here? anyway, 2 questions...is anyone going to wake next month, and do they know what teh competitions like, and does anyone want to exchange camp files?
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[13 Aug 2005|11:20am]

pinkpenguin0000
so my question is: has anyone ever come across a natural law k? im thinking about writing one but wondering if anyone can think of where i cang et an example of one, ect
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Aff cases [30 Jul 2005|08:49pm]

messyxjessy
For those of you who have already been to camp/are at camp, what Aff cases are popular at the moment? I was wondering what policy's going to look like this year.
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[09 Jul 2005|03:14pm]

arthurbulla
Why so quiet, everyone?

I'll be up at SDI 3-week for the... next 3 weeks. :P. A friend of mine will be at 4-week.

How have your summers/camps been?
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Debate Camp [18 Jun 2005|11:41pm]

fallenangeljohn
Hey everyone,

Just wondering what any of you know about Dartmouth Debate Institute... It's my first year going to camp, and that's where I'm going. Or, any information on camp going would be amazing! Thanks!
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