If you dont know, understand or dont agree with what I am talking about no need for that kind of reply
state your case, say you disagree or let it be
and yes rangeral his whole life was influenced by the war and thats why I wrote what I did and I actually know a bit on the subject, however it was not my intention to go any futher with this discussion, neither will I do so now.
Last edited by F_A_L_C_O_N; April 4th, 2005 at 08:50 PM.
Sorry then, I though it was meant rather more confrontational.
Anyways its a bit of a touchy subject thats why I said I have no intention of going into discussion.
Still if you want to know more and see what I meant (not that you have to agree with me), check his early speeches, especially what he talked about in the early 80s and then the latter part of his life and what he had to say especially on the subject of both fore mentioned wars.
Suffice to say he was not happy with the direction the world was heading to.
One might even say he fealt betrayed and I am quite certain catholic church feels betrayed.
But be as it may they meassure history in 100s of years while most politicians have a limited 5 year shelf life.
Could use a political post rather than air anything on this tribute, if you want to get the ball rolling falcon I'm in, no arguiing about it just point and counter and if your versed enough with proper subject matter there could be some interesting info to get out of it. Any political majors out there, ha. This should be good.
What do we do with the 98% who aren't overly greedy in a capitalistic system? Greed doesn't overtake capitalism. Capitalism is self-leveling. Once the average is priced out of the market, it isn't long before profits drop & prices lower. Supply & Demand shadows greed everytime.
Tyranny is greedy. Communism is greedy. Socialism is greedy. Capitalism is the fairest that we know. Everybody has an equal chance to succeed.