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Old February 6th, 2010, 08:22 PM   #61
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wait, so some crazy nutjob religous fucks....are doing something immoral and illegal!?

NO WAI! WHO WOULDA THOUGHT THAT POSSIBLE?!



also, this may offend some people, meh...99% of the most FUCKED up crazy whackjob fucktards ive ever met/heard of/stumbled across/read about...are all devout religous whackos...

this in a serious way, deters me from becoming religous in any way shape or form.

NO WAI! WHO WOULDA THOUGHT THAT POSSIBLE?!



ps, ill start giving a fuckin about haitians or that shithole country, when americans become AMERICAS first prioroity.


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Old February 6th, 2010, 08:34 PM   #64
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wait, so some crazy nutjob religous fucks....are doing something immoral and illegal!?

NO WAI! WHO WOULDA THOUGHT THAT POSSIBLE?!



also, this may offend some people, meh...99% of the most FUCKED up crazy whackjob fucktards ive ever met/heard of/stumbled across/read about...are all devout religous whackos...

this in a serious way, deters me from becoming religous in any way shape or form.

NO WAI! WHO WOULDA THOUGHT THAT POSSIBLE?!



ps, ill start giving a fuckin about haitians or that shithole country, when americans become AMERICAS first prioroity.


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People will start to care about american's when they get off their lazy ass and do something and quit begging .
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Old February 6th, 2010, 08:39 PM   #65
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, when americans become AMERICAS first prioroity.


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What do you do to help americans?

I'm willing to bet nothing.
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Old February 6th, 2010, 08:58 PM   #66
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Who said they were stealing kids?
The children were given up freely by their parents to give them a better chance in life. The parents knew that the Christains were ther to help that is why they gave the kids to them.
But if you say the were stolen then I guess thats ok too. One more to say that Christians are out to rob, steal and destoy whatever they get their hands on right?
People like you with your outlook on Christianity is the reason why the world looks at us as the way they do.
Really they were? this reminds me of some medical ethics questions. I see an analogy to end of life interventions and family financial abilities. Does a patient who asks for no life saving intervention because she/he is worried for the well being of the family and does not want them to use what little money they have to save their life? while this act is one of selflessness and compassion it is not one of free choice. a free choice is one with two viable alternatives. This case along with the hati kids are the same. The parents have no viable choice here. keep kids and they very well may die of starvation or let them go with the "missionaries". If you cannot see the lack of a choice here ( this lack of a choice = stealing, on a more, how do you say it, good hearted, god willing, extension of the greater good kind of way) you have some reality pills to take my friend.
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What do you do to help americans?

I'm willing to bet nothing.
first off,im not asking for help from you, anyone on this forum, or the us government, i do not need it.

but i know plenty of people whom are friends/family that have gotten royally screwed for various reasons, i help whoever i can, whenever i can, which is more then i can say for most people.

pretty ignorant of you to sit behind your computer and just asume that you know me.
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first off,im not asking for help from you, anyone on this forum, or the us government, i do not need it.

but i know plenty of people whom are friends/family that have gotten royally screwed for various reasons, i help whoever i can, whenever i can, which is more then i can say for most people.

pretty ignorant of you to sit behind your computer and just asume that you know me.
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I didn't say you were asking for help from Me or anyone .

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I'm not talking about people you know . I'm talking about people You don't know that need help. What do You do for them ?

That and it's not more than most people to help people you know .
alot of people help people they don't know .
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Really they were? this reminds me of some medical ethics questions. I see an analogy to end of life interventions and family financial abilities. Does a patient who asks for no life saving intervention because she/he is worried for the well being of the family and does not want them to use what little money they have to save their life? while this act is one of selflessness and compassion it is not one of free choice. a free choice is one with two viable alternatives. This case along with the hati kids are the same. The parents have no viable choice here. keep kids and they very well may die of starvation or let them go with the "missionaries". If you cannot see the lack of a choice here ( this lack of a choice = stealing, on a more, how do you say it, good hearted, god willing, extension of the greater good kind of way) you have some reality pills to take my friend.
This has nothing to do with Dr. Kavorkian. These desparete people see a chance for their children to have a better life or stay in Hatti and quite possibly die from disease or starvation.
Do a google search and you may be surprised as to how often this happens and not just in Hatti.
The parents see this as a last choice. I am sure as a parent I would not want to ever give up a child of mine, but to live or die I may have a change of heart.
My mother told me a story of how my grand father had to give up one of his kids(my uncle) as a very young boy because of to many mouths to feed. She said it was a difficult choice and it was very hard on my grandfather for years but he went back to get his son when things got better.
People make harsh choices and some do regret the choices made. What would you do if you were out into a position like that? Allow your child to stay and quite possibly die or go away and live get an education and a chance at a better life?
Your reality pills are in your medicine cabinet. Take two with plenty of water and call me in the morning when reality comes back to you.
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I didn't say you were asking for help from Me or anyone .

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I'm not talking about people you know . I'm talking about people You don't know that need help. What do You do for them ?

That and it's not more than most people to help people you know .
alot of people help people they don't know .
i didnt want there to be any assumptions that i was bitching i needed help or some shit...

anywho...

i help people i dont know ALL the time, in fact just last night i saved some guy who couldnt drive for shit in last nights snow storm about 750 dollars from needing a tow/winch recovery, i also let his daughter sit in my truck and warm back up{he lost control from going to fast, and drove off an onramp into a rather deep pond} i also recovered his vehicle from the pond to save him from needing a tow/recovery.

i will help anyone who asks me,and who is polite about asking me, wether i know them or not.
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This has nothing to do with Dr. Kavorkian. These desparete people see a chance for their children to have a better life or stay in Hatti and quite possibly die from disease or starvation.
Do a google search and you may be surprised as to how often this happens and not just in Hatti.
The parents see this as a last choice. I am sure as a parent I would not want to ever give up a child of mine, but to live or die I may have a change of heart.
My mother told me a story of how my grand father had to give up one of his kids(my uncle) as a very young boy because of to many mouths to feed. She said it was a difficult choice and it was very hard on my grandfather for years but he went back to get his son when things got better.
People make harsh choices and some do regret the choices made. What would you do if you were out into a position like that? Allow your child to stay and quite possibly die or go away and live get an education and a chance at a better life?
Your reality pills are in your medicine cabinet. Take two with plenty of water and call me in the morning when reality comes back to you.
Your twisting this . These people are in trouble for trying to get kids out of a country without the right paperwork .
If the parents said it was ok or not they still went about get the kids out of the country the wrong way. They should have got the ok the right way and nobody would even be talking about any of this.
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This has nothing to do with Dr. Kavorkian. These desparete people see a chance for their children to have a better life or stay in Hatti and quite possibly die from disease or starvation.
Do a google search and you may be surprised as to how often this happens and not just in Hatti.
The parents see this as a last choice. I am sure as a parent I would not want to ever give up a child of mine, but to live or die I may have a change of heart.
My mother told me a story of how my grand father had to give up one of his kids(my uncle) as a very young boy because of to many mouths to feed. She said it was a difficult choice and it was very hard on my grandfather for years but he went back to get his son when things got better.
People make harsh choices and some do regret the choices made. What would you do if you were out into a position like that? Allow your child to stay and quite possibly die or go away and live get an education and a chance at a better life?
Your reality pills are in your medicine cabinet. Take two with plenty of water and call me in the morning when reality comes back to you.
who said anything about Dr. K I honestly never thought of him in the slightest while composing that. Quite on the contrary, the medical interventions I spoke of were LIFE SAVING interventions. if patient x has a disease that will cost the surviving members their house and possessions to treat, at a 50% chance of survival. The predicament comes when patient x makes a choice that is dictated by the circumstances and not of THEIR FREE WILL. ie. given different circumstances they would choose differently. That was my point. Regardless of these parents "wanting, or begging" to give up their kids, I do not think this is in the slightest free will.

I am sorry to hear about your family's hard choices, and im glad it all worked out but those choices were hardly of free will either. Oh I took my reality pills they said excedrin back and body on them and wow do they work great. I'm not felling well and may even go get more from the doc on monday
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who said anything about Dr. K I honestly never thought of him in the slightest while composing that. Quite on the contrary, the medical interventions I spoke of were LIFE SAVING interventions. if patient x has a disease that will cost the surviving members their house and possessions to treat, at a 50% chance of survival. The predicament comes when patient x makes a choice that is dictated by the circumstances and not of THEIR FREE WILL. ie. given different circumstances they would choose differently. That was my point. Regardless of these parents "wanting, or begging" to give up their kids, I do not think this is in the slightest free will.

I am sorry to hear about your family's hard choices, and im glad it all worked out but those choices were hardly of free will either. Oh I took my reality pills they said excedrin back and body on them and wow do they work great. I'm not felling well and may even go get more from the doc on monday

I may have mis read your quote or took it out of context. I cannot imagine what it is like to live in a country such as poor as Hatti or how to survive after a disaster that they had but one would like to think that you would have the best interest for family members first.
Glad to hear the pills help and hope you get feeling better.
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I don't get how this thread got so twisted.
These people tryed to take kids the LAW said they can't take over the border to some other country. It doesn't matter if the parent said it was ok or not they still needed to get the ok from the gov to do so.
They didn't get the ok so they are in jail .

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I don't get how this thread got so twisted.
These people tryed to take kids the LAW said they can't take over the border to some other country. It doesn't matter if the parent said it was ok or not they still needed to get the ok from the gov to do so.
They didn't get the ok so they are in jail .
Exactly, regardless of what organization or country they were from.
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These people were trying to help but in a wrong way. The proper channels were not used. They may spend time in prison for thier deeds, unfortunate for sure. If the government of Hatti would step up and do more to help its people maybe a lot of this would not be as bad.
A corrupt government does not care about its people only themselves.
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My Haitian girl just arrived in the mail. The cardboard box was damaged (may have been dropped) but the girl appeared to be in good condition. She ate everthing in my kitchen and keeps shitting on the carpet but she's soooooo cute.
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My Haitian girl just arrived in the mail. The cardboard box was damaged (may have been dropped) but the girl appeared to be in good condition. She ate everthing in my kitchen and keeps shitting on the carpet but she's soooooo cute.
Give her some BACON....
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The laws of that country decides that and nothing you can say changes it.

You can't make your own rules toes.


WE don't need to pass judgement the court will . All We have to do is read what they say.



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"When Siri wakes, it is about noon. In the instant of waking, she knows exactly who and what she has become. The soreness in her genitals reminds her of the fifteen men she had sex with the night before. Siri is fifteen years old. Sold by her parents a year ago to a woman broker from a Northern village, the broker assured her parents they would be well paid for their daughter. After some negotiation, they received 50,000 baht [$1,318] for Siri. This exchange began the process of debt bondage that is used to enslave the girl. The daughter's labor must pay back the loaned money before she is free to leave the brothel. However, her debt has escalated in a short time to 200,000 baht for her rent, food, drinks, medicine, and fines if she did not work hard enough.

"Siri's resistance and desire to escape the brothel are breaking down, and acceptance and resignation are taking their place. After she was sold and taken to the brothel, she discovered that the work was not what she thought it would be. Siri had a sheltered childhood and was ignorant of what it meant to work in a brothel. Her first client hurt her and at the earliest opportunity, she ran away. On the street with no money, she was quickly caught, dragged back, beaten, and raped. That night she was forced to take on a chain of clients until the early morning. The beatings and work continued night after night until her will was broken. Now she is sure that she is a bad person. Girls in Thailand, like Siri, are sold into sex slavery by the thousands. Money, culture, and society blend in new and powerful ways to enslave girls like Siri." (Source: "Disposable People-New Slavery in the Global Economy," by Dr. Kevin Bales, University of California Press, 1999.)



I wonder how someone like this feels about the rules for leaving their country.

Also I wonder how many people would break the rules to get someone out of this, or another country, so they could avoid this experience.

However we all know disorder xj, would never break the rules to help someone like this.
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