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11-21-2007 03:28 PM
mtw
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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.
11-20-2007 06:43 PM
Richard_from_Cal
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...

The Soviet threat, present for seven decades, went away. ==With the first Republican administration present after the onerus responsibility of deconstructing the U.S. Cold War Military [which fell to William J. Clinton, a man G. Gordon Liddy describes as "loathing" the military,] we found a new enemy in Terror.

:ahem:


vv--this merits more suspicion and fear, on my part--vv
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Why kill a Christian, former Q-clearanced ex-military, UFO investigator? (UFO investigators generally seem to be expendable, but was this one so...dangerous to merit this special attention?)
08-16-2007 04:15 PM
mtw
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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Originally Posted by buddyholly View Post
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.
08-16-2007 03:24 AM
buddyholly
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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Originally Posted by mtw View Post
And your post are too stupid and galling to read it.
And what is the point of your post? Majority of people in Indonesia are Muslims. O'K'.

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.
08-15-2007 08:53 AM
mtw
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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Originally Posted by buddyholly View Post
Your posts are usually too funny to be taken seriously and I always assumed you were just putting other posters on. However, in this thread you seem to be trying to be serious, you are certainly not funny. But since about 88% of Indonesians are Muslims, it is pretty clear that you lack the intelligence to be taken seriously.
And your post are too stupid and galling to read it.
And what is the point of your post? Majority of people in Indonesia are Muslims. O'K'. Majority of India population are Hindu ( or not, maybe they are Muslim too - maybe you have new information ). Majority of black Africans are Animalists or Christians or Muslims. Majority of people in South America are Christians too. Is religion a protection against poverty and natural disasters or disasters caused by other people? I think not. Maybe your natural religion protects against natural disasters ( druids and similar things, but normal religion can not protect against it ). Besides some natural disasters as for instance earthquakes can not be prevented . Besides these disasters as the last flood in Indonesia showed as stupid and dangerous is destroying of natural environment. Everybody sees it. It is very sorry, but these people will have these disasters year in year. And it has no sense to load money in such help as throwing a food. It is senseless, short-term help. And what's next. Everybody will forget and plundeing politisc will develope further. Maybe they are victims of globalisation and this destroying of forrests is the blame of plundering politics of west countries for instance your state. So you can help them. Send your money there.
But the basic problem is that no natural disaster is so tragic, sad and severe as these disasters, which were caused by people. For instance war. You can confront: war in Iraq caused by American and British leader - total destroying of country, millions of refugees, invalids, 1 mln killed people and for instance natural disaster floods ( 120 people or 200 people or even 2000 - but it is not such tragedy as war ) I think that you agree.
08-15-2007 08:31 AM
mtw
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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I agree with you on India on caste system. You see I don't yap at you like you do with me. Also I suggest you look up info on Bangladesh and Indonesia before you make foolish comments.
You yap too, but in your way.
08-14-2007 12:37 PM
buddyholly
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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Originally Posted by mtw View Post
Sorry but it seems that majority of Bangladesh and Indonesian people are not Muslims.
Your posts are usually too funny to be taken seriously and I always assumed you were just putting other posters on. However, in this thread you seem to be trying to be serious, you are certainly not funny. But since about 88% of Indonesians are Muslims, it is pretty clear that you lack the intelligence to be taken seriously.
08-13-2007 06:59 PM
Jim Jones
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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Originally Posted by mtw View Post
I don't know, but it seems that you have Muslimophobia. You see Muslims everywhere ( Bush sees terrorists everywhere and you see Muslims everywhere ). Sorry but it seems that majority of Bangladesh and Indonesian people are not Muslims. India's population is too big too. Besides I don't know why it is, maybe cause of religious convictions, but caste system is in India. And poverty of India is full accepted by government, but it could be better. There are castes, which abound in affluence and there is terrible poverty on the streets. Besides India has nuclear weapon. If a state has nuclear weapon and money for armaments then it should have money for own poor people. I don't understand, why I should give my money to help people, who do not live in poor state. They have terrible government and caste - feudal system and it is the problem.
I agree with you on India on caste system. You see I don't yap at you like you do with me. Also I suggest you look up info on Bangladesh and Indonesia before you make foolish comments.
08-13-2007 04:04 PM
mtw
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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OK, quick question- has anyone actually seen the videos in the first post?

Nobody saw it. You should summarize, what is in these videos. But You have right. Globalisation should be right with admission of all countries to world trade and right payment for all.
Present art of globalisation is possessive neocolonisation and it should be stopped immedietely.
08-13-2007 04:00 PM
mtw
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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Actually most people in Bangladesh and Indonesia (the world's most populous muslim nation) are muslims. As for India, the natural increase rate is also high so yes it is not just muslims that have large families. But India's population increase is less then that of Pakistan.

I don't know, but it seems that you have Muslimophobia. You see Muslims everywhere ( Bush sees terrorists everywhere and you see Muslims everywhere ). Sorry but it seems that majority of Bangladesh and Indonesian people are not Muslims. India's population is too big too. Besides I don't know why it is, maybe cause of religious convictions, but caste system is in India. And poverty of India is full accepted by government, but it could be better. There are castes, which abound in affluence and there is terrible poverty on the streets. Besides India has nuclear weapon. If a state has nuclear weapon and money for armaments then it should have money for own poor people. I don't understand, why I should give my money to help people, who do not live in poor state. They have terrible government and caste - feudal system and it is the problem.
08-13-2007 09:48 AM
RonE
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

OK, quick question- has anyone actually seen the videos in the first post?
08-12-2007 08:54 PM
Jim Jones
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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Originally Posted by mtw View Post
Sorry, but most of these people in Indonesia are Hindus or Buddhists ( India, Bangladesh etc. ). And they multiple in very quick tempo. I don't help to these states because it is quite pointless in my opinion. They have disasters most of all thanks to own plundering activity ( cutting of forrests ) and it will not stop. Besides they will become millions of money year in year and what with thiese money? UNICEF will buy eat and colourful booklets.
It gives such effect that they will multiple more intensive and they will endanger to environment more and more. I don't understand it completely. They should think. There is a big poverty sorrounded by malnutrieted, poor children, who have no future. It is very sad.

I don't understand what do you want from these Muslims exactly? Simplicity and supersticions are not dependent on religion. There are simple Christians, Atheists, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists, Animalists and other sectarians. It is dependent on level of education and definitely on illiteracy. But actions against illiteracy should be dependent on governments of some states. Supporting of regimes in some states ( for instance this in some Arabian states, maybe not some but majority of Arabian states ) leads to such strange and very often dangerous things. But feudal governments are supported in these states and especially by aministration of USA. It is very short-sighted politics. But will these politicians understand it? They destroyed one secular Arabian state, which was very close to west standards and what now? Who will take controll: Saudis men with aureoles on heads and dresses to basis? Will it be better?
Vaccin against polio is very important but I don't know, if you heared. A few years ago was a big action of UNICEF - natural nutriation of children in Africa - thanks to this action tousends of children were HIV - infected ( they were nutriated by infected mothers ). Such actions as vaccinations should be carried out by governments of countries.
Actually most people in Bangladesh and Indonesia (the world's most populous muslim nation) are muslims. As for India, the natural increase rate is also high so yes it is not just muslims that have large families. But India's population increase is less then that of Pakistan.
08-12-2007 02:18 PM
mtw
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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Originally Posted by RonE View Post
Well MTW, it is pretty clear you have not watched the videos because the subject is not about monsoons or trees but rather the effects of globalization worldwide and in Indoneisa specifically and the policies of the IMF and World Bank keeping the country indebted to the west while the small exclusive elite get filthy rich and the poor struggle to make ends meet.

You should specifically find it rather interesting since they are particularly critical of U.S and British policies.

On a more serious note, I found it fascinating to watch and I must say I had no idea Soeharto's regime had a hand in such a bloodbath of murders. I knew it was corrupt to the core but never to this degree.
Globalisation is quite good idea, but just and right globalisation with equal acces of all countries to world trade. But never global wars caused by Americans and Britts or vile playing up of natural resources of poor countries ( most of all USA and GB make these things, but some other west states make it too ). It is crime. And if this globalisation will be convert into neocolonialism, then it will be better to stop it immedietely. It will give nothing to anybody.
08-12-2007 02:07 PM
mtw
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

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Originally Posted by Jim Jones View Post
Actually it is because of the nation's rapid population growth that Indonesia is chopping down trees. More and more indonesians would be farmers and they need land to cultivate and settle.

Environmentalism is not a big thing in muslim nations as it is in the west. The people are encouraged to have many children and when there is a program to give vaccin for diseases like polio some extremists won't allow people to take it because they say it is designed to make muslim people infertile so they won't reproduce like flies.

Sorry, but most of these people in Indonesia are Hindus or Buddhists ( India, Bangladesh etc. ). And they multiple in very quick tempo. I don't help to these states because it is quite pointless in my opinion. They have disasters most of all thanks to own plundering activity ( cutting of forrests ) and it will not stop. Besides they will become millions of money year in year and what with thiese money? UNICEF will buy eat and colourful booklets.
It gives such effect that they will multiple more intensive and they will endanger to environment more and more. I don't understand it completely. They should think. There is a big poverty sorrounded by malnutrieted, poor children, who have no future. It is very sad.

I don't understand what do you want from these Muslims exactly? Simplicity and supersticions are not dependent on religion. There are simple Christians, Atheists, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists, Animalists and other sectarians. It is dependent on level of education and definitely on illiteracy. But actions against illiteracy should be dependent on governments of some states. Supporting of regimes in some states ( for instance this in some Arabian states, maybe not some but majority of Arabian states ) leads to such strange and very often dangerous things. But feudal governments are supported in these states and especially by aministration of USA. It is very short-sighted politics. But will these politicians understand it? They destroyed one secular Arabian state, which was very close to west standards and what now? Who will take controll: Saudis men with aureoles on heads and dresses to basis? Will it be better?
Vaccin against polio is very important but I don't know, if you heared. A few years ago was a big action of UNICEF - natural nutriation of children in Africa - thanks to this action tousends of children were HIV - infected ( they were nutriated by infected mothers ). Such actions as vaccinations should be carried out by governments of countries.
08-10-2007 06:45 PM
Jim Jones
Re: The effects of Globalization in Indonesia

Actually it is because of the nation's rapid population growth that Indonesia is chopping down trees. More and more indonesians would be farmers and they need land to cultivate and settle.

Environmentalism is not a big thing in muslim nations as it is in the west. The people are encouraged to have many children and when there is a program to give vaccin for diseases like polio some extremists won't allow people to take it because they say it is designed to make muslim people infertile so they won't reproduce like flies.
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