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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-16-2007, 04:15 PM
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Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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In a previous post you said that the majority of people in Indonesia are not Muslim. Now you say, OK, the majority of Indonesians are Muslim.

The point of my post was to show by example that what you write is invariably just nonsense.

My posts are not just nonsense. Otherwise they have sense. Don't you think, that you will attach to details in my posts? O'K'. I am not interested in religious situation of Bangladesh or India or Indonesia, because I don't follow reports of religious inclinations of some nations. For me they can be atheists, Judaists, Hindu, Christians, Muslims, Buddhists. It does not matter. The fact is that actual globalisation is nothing more but usual, exploitation of poorer countries by some richer states for instance USA and GB, the second thing: people of Indonesia ( it does not matter: Hindu, Muslims, Atheists, Christians, Buddhists )destroyed their natural environment and the last flood was probably cause of it. They are not the only people in these world, who make it. There are many so called states of west civilisation, who destroy theit natural environment. The third thing it is scandalous that some countries for instance India have nuclear weapon and spend money for weapon, while some ( and more and more quote )of their citizens are dying on the refuse heap. And what would be, if there were no Catholic nuns, which for money of people built poorhouses. It is scandalous. It seems that this state is not special poor or their government should take care of own citizens, but it is only special relation to poor people, which results from religious grounds ( Hinduism ).
Besides there are not worst disaster as war. And it is the worst disater of this world. These harms, which some people do for other people.
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post #17 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-20-2007, 06:43 PM
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Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

Finally listened to all seven parts, at least. The poor you will always have with you, somebody said, and since/if Muslims/Christians/Jews all spring from the same source and allow for charity one might hope for a greater fraternity.

Sadly, this is not the trend...

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These people are really poor. These cyclon now. It is effect of globalisation indirectly. Most of all it is effect of climate changes: Emmission of CO2, nuclear expolsions. And who is in the majority responsible for it? It is known generally and it is given by every press of this world. I can not mention, what country takes 1 place, because it causes general dissaproval and can be treated by some posters as insult of USA.
What can i say? It will be worst and worst. Of course it will touch all or majority of countries including the worst poisoners of environment and the winner in this contest of the most poisoners of environment too. This effect is irreversible. It is like advanced cancer - not to rescue. If this emmission of CO2 would be stopped or limited today or in the next years ( not in 5- 10 years - it will be too late for everything. Some countries want to limit this emission in 30 years and some as for instance winner - never. How dou you think, why some doctors advise no throw of smoking for people, who are very advanced cancer of for instance lungs? Because it gives in such stadium nothing. It must be done properly earlier and when the case is by the end, it will not help) maybe it could decelerate this process, but it is sure that not to invert.
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