If we can't shut down the U.N. entirely and march Kofi Annan out in handcuffs, sending John Bolton up there would be the next best thing. What an absolutely filthy rathole of corruption that place is, paid for by our tax dollars!<br><br>
While the UN isn't perfect - the tax $ spent there are trivial to the $300 Billion wasted in Iraq... $8 billion can't even be accounted for !!! <br>millions of gallons of oil were pumped from Iraq "off the record" immediately after the invasion - where did that $ go ???<br><br>so that's OK huh Bryan ??<br><br>if there's ever was a poster boy for "rathole of corruption" - W and Annan can share the photo !<br><br>David (OFI)<br>
Yea, I guess some people think that destroying and preventing the use of chemical weapons is bad thing. Corruption in the ranks of the U.S. corporate government is a good thing. More weapons good <br><br>I suggest we are witnessing a case of PTSD. It seems Bryan is suffering from dissociative amnesia or what is sometimes referred to as cognitive dissonance. In other words, he "just can't handle the truth".<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Acute and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders<br> <br>Acute stress disorder refers to the anxiety and behavioral disturbances that develop within the first month after exposure to an extreme trauma. Generally, the symptoms of an acute stress disorder begin during or shortly following the trauma. Such extreme traumatic events include rape or other severe physical assault, near-death experiences in accidents, witnessing a murder, and combat. The symptom of dissociation, which reflects a perceived detachment of the mind from the emotional state or even the body, is a critical feature. Dissociation also is characterized by a sense of the world as a dreamlike or unreal place and may be accompanied by poor memory of the specific events, which in severe form is known as dissociative amnesia. Other features of an acute stress disorder include symptoms of generalized anxiety and hyperarousal, avoidance of situations or stimuli that elicit memories of the trauma, and persistent, intrusive recollections of the event via flashbacks, dreams, or recurrent thoughts or visual images.<p><hr></blockquote><p>http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/library/mentalhealth/chapter4/sec2.html<br><br><br>Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder<br><br>http://www.psychguides.com/ecgs10.php<br><br><br><br>
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