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2006-04-19
GiulestiWarrior (...@sbcglobal.net, IP: 68.127.231...)
2006-04-19 00:03
Ironia comunismului...

este ca desi a fost visat de Karl Marx intr-o biblioteca, s-a instalat cu cel mai mult succes in tari care in sec. al XX-lea erau predominant agrare (Rusia si China).
Adevar scrie ca: "Singura putere occidentala care a tinut in frau comunismul si l-a dezmembrat n-a fost europeana - Statele Unite." Asta se datoreaza spiritului american, care nu agreeaza la "idealuri marete" (comunismul, nazismul, fascismul, etc). SUA a respins aceste ideologii, asa ca semidoctii antiamericani trebuie sa tina minte de acest fapt de fiecare data cand scriu sau spun ceva urat impotriva acele tari.

dq din nj (...@aol.com, IP: 205.188.116...)
2006-04-19 02:13
Ironia comunismului... (Aproape) Corect!

decit ca (fara virgula!) comunistii numai de ironie n-au dat dovada!

La 2006-04-19 00:03:20, GiulestiWarrior a scris:

>este ca desi a fost visat de Karl Marx intr-o biblioteca, s-a instalat
>cu cel mai mult succes in tari care in sec. al XX-lea erau predominant
>agrare (Rusia si China).

...Eh, pe vremea barbosului si US erau foarte agrare, dar nu feudale!...

>Adevar scrie ca: "Singura putere occidentala care a tinut in frau
>comunismul si l-a dezmembrat n-a fost europeana - Statele Unite."

...nici UK nu s-a comportat foarte rau...

> Asta se datoreaza spiritului american, care nu agreeaza la
>"idealuri marete" (comunismul, nazismul, fascismul, etc).


...ci agreaza idealuri mult mai NORMALE!

>SUA a respins aceste ideologii, asa ca semidoctii antiamericani
>trebuie sa tina minte

...gresit, CU CE sa "tina minte"?:)

>de acest fapt de fiecare data cand scriu sau
>spun ceva urat impotriva acelei tari.
>

anonymous din No Man's Land (...@gmail.com, IP: 68.149.200...)
2006-04-19 02:23
Re: Ironia comunismului...

noroc ca la ei dainuieste idealul rasist ...

Cum e cu Eugenics?

The second largest (after Nazi Germany) eugenics movement was in the United States. Beginning with Connecticut in 1896 many states enacted marriage laws with eugenic criteria, prohibiting anyone who was "epileptic, imbecile or feeble-minded" from marrying. In 1898 Charles B. Davenport, a prominent American biologist began as director of a biological research station based in Cold Spring Harbor where he experimented with evolution in plants and animals. In 1904 Davenport received funds from the Carnegie Institution to found the Station for Experimental Evolution. The Eugenics Record Office opened in 1910 while Davenport and Harry H. Laughlin began to promote eugenics.[11]

A pedigree chart from The Kallikak Family meant to show how one "illicit tryst" could lead to an entire generation of "imbeciles".

In years to come the ERO collected a mass of family pedigrees and concluded that those who were unfit came from economically and socially poor backgrounds. Eugenicists such as Davenport, the psychologist Henry H. Goddard and the conservationist Madison Grant (all well respected in their time) began to lobby for various solutions to the problem of the "unfit" (Davenport favored immigration restriction and sterilization as primary methods, Goddard favored segregation in his The Kallikak Family, Grant favored all of the above and more, even entertaining the idea of extermination).[12] Though their methodology and research methods are now understood as highly flawed, at the time this was seen as legitimate scientific research. It did, however, have scientific detractors (notably Thomas Hunt Morgan, one of the few Mendelians to explicitly criticize eugenics), though most of these focused more on what they considered the crude methodology of eugenicists, and the characterization of almost every human characteristic as being hereditary, rather than the idea of eugenics itself.[13]

In 1924, the Immigration Act of 1924 was passed, with eugenicists for the first time playing a central role in the Congressional debate as expert advisers on the threat of "inferior stock" from Eastern and Southern Europe. This reduced the number of immigrants from abroad to fifteen percent from previous years, to control the number of "unfit" individuals entering the country. The new Act strengthened existing laws prohibiting race mixing in an attempt to maintain the gene pool.[14] Eugenic considerations also lay behind the adoption of incest laws in much of the USA and were used to justify many anti-miscegenation laws.[15]

La 2006-04-19 00:03:20, GiulestiWarrior a scris:

>este ca desi a fost visat de Karl Marx intr-o biblioteca, s-a instalat
>cu cel mai mult succes in tari care in sec. al XX-lea erau predominant
>agrare (Rusia si China).
>Adevar scrie ca: "Singura putere occidentala care a tinut in frau
>comunismul si l-a dezmembrat n-a fost europeana - Statele Unite."
> Asta se datoreaza spiritului american, care nu agreeaza la
>"idealuri marete" (comunismul, nazismul, fascismul, etc).
>SUA a respins aceste ideologii, asa ca semidoctii antiamericani
>trebuie sa tina minte de acest fapt de fiecare data cand scriu sau
>spun ceva urat impotriva acele tari.
>


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