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Friday, March 26, 2010

This isn't a pattern of failure. It's a surrender cult.

To add to my previous article about Chinese hackers (U.S. is losing power as the world leader), I recommend you to read the article from New York Post.  Especially, I like: "Here's the US-Israeli-Palestinian relationship in simple terms: You run a business. And you have a brother who's worked with you for decades. A group of corrupt "partners" with criminal records, notorious for flouting every deal they've made, promises to make you rich. All you have to do is kill your brother."

There is more! This is the first paragraph of the " Bibi’s Predicamentarticle from the Commentary Magazine:
"It should be clear by now that President Obama intends to pursue the “peace process” in the same way that he pursued health care — by ramming it down his opponent’s throat, in this case, Israel’s."
He lives Israel no choice but to bomb Iran's nuclear installations.

"Surely something must be terribly wrong with a man who seems to be far more concerned with a Jew building a house in Israel than with Muslims building a nuclear bomb in Iran ."
Columnist Burt Prelutsky , LA Times
 
What can I say? I wish it didn't happen in my lifetime.  I am so, so sorry for my country... :-(

2 comments:

cyberteacher said...

Day-by-day the things are accelerated. I wish I was wrong with my assumptions that the U.S. is losing power but here is the proof.
THE CHINA THAT CAN SAY NO:
http://www.investors.com/NewsAndAnalysis/Article/535574/201005261901/The-China-That-Can-Say-No.aspx

Our President's apologies and bowing to everyone around have already made our coutry weaker. China openly ignores the U.S. requests for cooperation and plays a long-term game where the Pacific region will be controlled by Chinese commies. No wonder, they shield North Korea and Iran from any sanctions.
Just wait and see... It will be worth.
... and I hate it.

zbatia said...

Here we are: China has one of the fastest computers in the world:
http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/chinas-nebulae-duels-us-jaguar-on-supercomputer-top-500-list/35188?tag=nl.e539

What would you expect as a result of great commercial espionage, money flown from the government, and great dedication to the tasks?
China entered into the supercomputing filed just last year and has already reached significant mark. Watch out U.S.!