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Jane Ty

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  1. Insidious. nightmare on Elm Street. And the Exorcist. I will avoid all Friday the 13th and Halloween only because I find them boring and repeating the same thing every year in different location and with different people.
  2. Peaches, nobody is arguing that there is a difference between communist Russia and socialism or that there are more socialistic countries out there today than communist. One of the points is that there is no socialistic model in place that works well in any country. Another point is that we are being pushed into giving up our rights and freedom to chose. When a government is taking control of its citizen's choices, it becomes a totalitarian state. History proves it doesn't work well at all. I have posted about living under communism so you can get an idea what it's like when your government takes complete control under the promise of socialistic reform. And because I hear daily the same regurgitated information that I did growing up. Only things that are different would be that they are spoken in English, in United States and those who say it swear up and down that it is not and never will be called "communism". A very concerning part is that it's not limited to turning United States into a socialistic country. Below quoted from https://www.dsausa.org/about-us/what-is-democratic-socialism/ "Social democratic reform must now happen at the international level. Multinational corporations must be brought under democratic controls, and workers’ organizing efforts must reach across borders." And here is another quote, that strangely resembles the principle of communism when it came to enticing people into believing that all people are going to be equal: "Although a long-term goal of socialism is to eliminate all but the most enjoyable kinds of labor, we recognize that unappealing jobs will long remain. These tasks would be spread among as many people as possible rather than distributed on the basis of class, race, ethnicity, or gender, as they are under capitalism. And this undesirable work should be among the best, not the least, rewarded work within the economy." So in other words, what they propose is that a doctor will be getting paid as much as a fast food worker and both are going to enjoy it because it's rewarded socially and economically, same benefits and all. Oh and eventually no matter what kind of a job you decide to get, you'll be getting up every morning for work singing like the dwarfs in Snow White and hopping along happily while you also enjoy your communal living.
  3. No, you just said I have commies under my bed and next will tell me to go check my closet with a flashlight and see it's all a bad dream. Get over yourself, I'm not suffering in the bit. I'm actually living quite a happy and productive life.
  4. Thank you and that's ok, Guard Dad. I've been called a commie by people before just for being Russian. It's kind of like what my German friends have to deal with here being called Nazi. As you said in the other thread about hate and bigotry begetting only the same so I don't hold it against him or people like him and pray they live a long and prosperous life in our capitalist America.
  5. And that is just another example of how quick left-wingers are to try and discredit anyone not agreeing with them. Gosh, why does that sound so familiar?! LOL you still owe me dinner and love ya too. At least I know what's under my bed and where my bed actually is. You sleep in some la-la-land.
  6. You're as mature as I remember. But hey, you keep buying the glorious stories fed to you of socialistic utopia while I'll keep my rights and freedom.
  7. I distinctly remember how little a democratic party and the President did to stop the violence and hate during all those riots few years ago, with Baltimore being one of the worst ones.
  8. Lenin was a Marxist before the Revolution. The direction he took surprised everyone, including himself. Stalin was a despot and rumored to have poisoned Lenin for power. Socialism was the premise of communism. Now, I'll tell you why those of us who lived through it, had parents and grandparents live through it are skeptical of this Democratic Socialism that the leftist are so fund of. It doesn't mean that socialism will turn into communism but the fear is that it will be another state of despotism with a new label attached to it. We were painted a very pretty picture of happy workers that share all the profits, have free healthcare and education. Literally painted pictures. On buildings, transportation, theaters, schools, hospitals, bus stops, you name it. All these smiling socialists farm and factory workers. Production and Mother Russia! We don't need middle and upper class because they are the root of ALL evil and take advantage of the poor working class! Do you know that those middle and upper class people were promised to stay rich too if they supported the movement? Instead they got stripped of everything they owned and were sent to concentration camps in SIberia. That is if they were not executed. So we already heard that tune that "rich will stay rich and socialism doesn't take from them". Then started the persecutions of anyone that didn't fit by race, sexual orientation, education, level of compliance or usefulness. Along these happenings came the great fame because the country was bankrupt and to bail it out Russia turned on her Sisters. Ukraine suffered the most. To make sure the population complied, those who opposed were taken out of the equation by whatever means possible. Undermined in their position or simply killed. That didn't stop even in the 80's and 90's. During the entire 70 years of communism people were subjected to daily brainwashing with propaganda on how everything was great, how hard we have to work, how happy we are to do so, how the West is the Evil along with all capitalists, how we have to put the welfare of Mother Russia first and how happy we are to do that, how rich the country is and how happy we are about that, and so on. Meanwhile, we stood in lines for hours to get milk, butter, meat, fruits and vegetables and were lucky if we got a slice here and there. Family members would stand in lines in different stores from 4 am in hope of at least one of them to come home with food. If you worked on the communist farm, you were checked on the way home to make sure you didn't steal even one grain of wheat. Convoys followed the trucks and every bag of sugar, grain, tea, etc etc was weighed before they left and when they arrived. They knew if you took even less then a handful of sugar out of that bag and could execute you on the spot for 1 teaspoon missing from the bag. The healthcare was free and mandatory doctor check ups once a year are still in place in Russia. However, you have to still wait in line for a months to see any specialists. Government never told us what medicines can have side affects or what the risks are, you just took what they prescribed and went to wait your turn to see the specialist. You couldn't get a second or third opinion because you went to the doctor that was assigned to your neighborhood. And yes, they checked your passport for your current address, which under severe penalty had to be stamped with a permission to leave one area to move to another, permission to start a job or finish, and a permission to take a vacation. I can go on and on with this but if you still don't see how strikingly similar many things are now in USA, then I'm sorry to say you are just as brainwashed as we were for years. You get a healthcare that is forced upon you with a promise you can keep your existing plan and doctor and you get to pay for those less fortunate who can't afford it. Then you watch a complete division of country and blatant spread of racism by the very president of our country. Just recently you see how a made up accusation almost ruins the life and career of a politician just because he doesn't agree with the leftist agenda. And no, he's not the first or last but it's still fresh enough to see how far this was taken. I'm not even going to start on Hillary but it's scary what kind of lies were flying out of her mouth during the campaign. Our media is bought and spills propaganda just like the Russian radio used to. And when I read some of these social democratic sites, I swear, they use the same verbiage as if they dug up old russian brainwashing material, translated it and changed a few labels. So call me paranoid when I say I'm against socialism in any kind of form or draw your own parallel lines and similarities but never take for granted the lines fed to you by those who are in power and promising you the moon and the stars. Oh and btw, how many "sleeper cells" did communist russian government send to USA during the cold war to teach socialism? A scary thought is that one of them could've been your elementary school teacher for all you know. Think about that one for a moment.
  9. I think it has to do with 92 widening. I remember hearing something at the commissioner meetings last year about it and someone brought it up in conversation yesterday. Dabbs Bridge project is on the gov website but of course there's nothing about it being a connector to anything. It would make sense, although for some reason I was thinking the connector would happen not towards 41 but to Douglasville side.
  10. Does anyone know where I can find information on the project of making a connector to I20? I tried looking it up on paulding gov and dot websites but haven't seen anything. I remember there was talk about it last year.
  11. I don't think having free education is a sure indication of having a better workforce. In my opinion, it depends on the quality of education, starting at K-12 level and then continuing that quality to the college and University levels. I don't know the statistics on this one and speak from my personal experience here. I was raised in the country where at the time the education was free, I've gone to high school and college in United States, raised my kids through US schools and I believe I had a much better education growing up due to curriculum. Maybe if schools were less concerned with passing the tests and ridiculous 12 step solutions to a simple problem, more young adults wouldn't think it was such a waste continuing their education past High School.
  12. It's interesting how you always change your tune to what suits you and your agenda at the moment, Whitey. I remember when the 3 anti-airport commissioners were elected how you were all proudly beating your chest with "the citizens have spoken!" even though it was also just a small turn out of voters. I guess it's not a big deal if only 4 or 6% of registered voters in the county elect government officials on behalf of the entire 150000 residents as long as it fits in with your ideals and it's somebody you support. Isn't it time to start healing the county and try to make the best of what's been dealt?
  13. Because it's so much easier to yell "racists!" than actually addressing the real issues and your point is to actually find a solution. Who wants that when the country can be more divisive, the media can get higher ratings and politicians can build their careers by fanning the wild fires rather than doing what's right.
  14. The more you speak, the more your true colors are showing. Not only have you taken upon yourself to speak for ALL the black fathers, but you don't even recognize that your own "big mouth" is the reason for hostility towards you. It has nothing to do with your skin color, but the color of your character. Your disdain towards people and the sense of entitlement is what makes others wary of you, just as if you were 5 foot nothing and white. It's quite hypocritical of you to keep posting all over the FB about narcissism and mental/emotional abuse, considering that constantly opening your "big mouth in a nonviolent manner" towards others would constitute as one of the systematic patterns of abuse. The sad part, from reading every one of your replies on this thread, is that you only see two colors: black and white. You don't see the cultural differences, only the color of skin. And that's why there can't be any healing any time soon, of the people like you, no matter how good intentions are of those who try to find a solution to a problem.
  15. This showing me one case which has been already through the proper investigation. Are you basing your opinion that all of the shootings, including the recent ones which have not been investigated yet, indicate that law enforcement is using an excessive force towards african-americans on this? Show me a ratio of cases across the nation of officers being cleared of these charges and those who were found guilty. Then we can talk if law enforcement is taking the law literally into their hands.
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