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The Sack Race by Colin Baker A short poem, written to mark the occasion of my youngest daughter's recent triumphs in her schoo... [207 words]
Topsy Turvy by Colin Baker - [33 words]
Imperialism Dear Boy, Imperialism
Oh La La ! by Colin Baker - [118 words]
Yesterday by Colin Baker (Inspired by one of Brittany's recent tree-climbing experiences, she being our youngest daughter) [177 words]
Unlocked Secrets by Dri - [179 words]
My Three Mistakes by Katherine Smith - [183 words]
The Answer To Your Love by Dri - [268 words]
I Found Love, I Found You by Dri - [55 words]
A Place To Hide Myself by Dri Mind. [131 words]
.Just Let Me Be. by Carla Thomson - [221 words]
Captain Courageous by David Daniels This poem is about my older brother who is a retired Captain of the NYC Correction Dept.This... [597 words]
Exquisite Rose by Dri - [66 words]
..You.. by Danae Bonomini - [77 words]
...Remeber Me... by Danae Bonomini - [128 words]
You Me by Danae Bonomini - [49 words]
You Loved Me From The Start by Dri - [146 words]
You Flew Your Love To Me by Dri - [174 words]
Writing A Poem by Unmesh Mohitkar I am Unmesh ,a software professional. My motto of life is to live life fully. Happiness and mise... [98 words]
Women Are Nippy Freaks by Tom Bomb Title sez it all, I dont mean every woman but the women in my life at least.. [136 words]
Wighead by David Daniels I went bald at the age of 20 and it devastated me.Then I did a stupid thing and went out and bought a t... [543 words]
Whispered Lies Among Soft Sighs by M Q Walters Just what it is... [101 words]
When I Lay My Head Upon My Pillow by Dri - [184 words]
What's Wrong With You? by Dri - [187 words]
What Is Done Is Done by Bryan King A poem about how you can't change what you have already done. [70 words]
Welcome To The Projects by Bryan King A poem about the hardships of the projects. [87 words]
To --- Dream by Duke Sekhon - [124 words]
Time To Think (About Time). by Buxton - [64 words]
This Hidden Place by Silvia Maree Short lyrics about love. [245 words]
Thief by Buxton - [127 words]
The Time Machine by Iain Spittles Wishful thinking. [27 words]
The Sparrow by M Q Walters Perhaps less about the sparrow and more about the caged bird. [69 words]
The Scars You Made by Danae Bonomini This one isnt a rhyming poem n aint a very gewd 1 eitha...but it does meen alot to me...so y... [83 words]
The Round Dams by Patrick Collins A poem about concealed sadness and the reluctance to let it free. [171 words]
The Longing Heart by Duke Sekhon - [248 words]
The Game Of Life by David Daniels It took me a week to write this poem and I think it's one of my best.It's about the hardships ... [832 words]
The First Time by Dri - [183 words]
Surrounded By Love? Surrounded By Strangers? by Jaseyboi Sutters All these millions of people in our world..All the people around u... [99 words]
Stupid Teenagers by Alice W-M - [41 words]
Start Asking Questions by Yessayana Hartfield This poem is about relationships? [136 words]
Second Thoughts by Dri - [237 words]
Seasons Of My Past by Danae Bonomini - [73 words]
Scream by Danae Bonomini - [148 words]
Rolling Out Of Bed by Erin Washington This poem is about the everyday troubles of waking up and getting ready for school. [113 words]
Reflections Of My Soul by Dri - [223 words]
Question by Monique A poem to make you think. [113 words]
Promises Once Broken by Rohan Corea This poem is about broken promises. [53 words]
Private Thoughts by Dri A special dedication to a friend... [148 words]
Pete by Heather Amos This is about my boyfriend who die jus before christmas and saying goodbye. [95 words]
Our Love by Dri To my son. [392 words]
My Question To You Would Be.. by Cerribah C Waters It's somthing short and true. [102 words]
My Love Forever by Dri - [239 words]
Muse From Above by Buxton A slap in the face for everything... [165 words]
Mother Dear ! by Beroze Neville Amaria A mother is an epitome of love. She is someone who can feel, hear, see and be there for you e... [114 words]
Memories Dear To Me by Danae Bonomini - [40 words]
Lust Under A Crimson Moon by Richard L Minton - [175 words]
L-O-V-E Thing by Charice L Boyd A young girl wondering about Love, wanting to know the real true meaning of Love. [151 words]
Love Never Dies Of Natural Causes by Dri - [122 words]
Love From A Distance by John Roberts Short love poem written to my wife Margaret, while I was serving overseas in the Armed For... [108 words]
Love Connection by Dri - [238 words]
Losing by Rae - [103 words]
Likely by Rae - [62 words]
Let Me Be Your Dream by Dri I wanted this one to become lyrics for a song. [250 words]
January 9th by Laura Fleeger Please leave comments I need help in cutting out the fat in this one. Its about my uncles death. It... [297 words]
Is He Worth The Pain? by Monique - [120 words]
In Time by Rae A real enough place. [99 words]
In Dragons Eyes by Chelsea C Nagy - [103 words]
I'm Right Here by Rusty I have written this for a special person on this site, that I fear I am destined to love only fr... [102 words]
Illusions Of Life by Dorothy Borden Poem. [90 words]
Identity by Rae - [134 words]
I Love You Because I Just Do by Dri - [181 words]
I Found You, I Found Love by Dri - [189 words]
How Do They Connect? by Laura Fleeger This poem describes my emotions between kindergaten and high school and my thoughts behind... [104 words]
Hoping For A Resurrection by David Daniels Just a poem that came to me about relationships.It seems when I write about relations... [250 words]
Holes In Pockets by Buxton Not what you think. [74 words]
Hoeho by Josh Anderson The night in all of it's dark beauty, and a certain creature that dwells within. Purposely slow paced poe... [88 words]
Her Depressed Life by Danae Bonomini I write this poem at school in history...its a bout a girls life, and no one really cares bu... [77 words]
- Hasnt Got One Yet by Amy Anderson I was guna make this a song buh I just left it as a poem... I gess its about not bein able ... [46 words]
Friendship Gone Sour by Duke Sekhon - [142 words]
Forgetting For The Beach by Laura Fleeger A different poem. We had to write a list poem for Creative writing class, her it is. [66 words]
Forbidden Fruit by Dri - [296 words]
For Kevin by Amy M Marks Dedicated to my dearly departed friend who lost himself in heroin addiction. [90 words]
Feast Of Love by Dri - [146 words]
Face In The Mirror by Dri - [80 words]
Everynight by Monique Just a poem. [85 words]
Endless Flight by Dri - [117 words]
D.O.P.E by Jaseyboi Sutters The trials and Turbulance of being a modern day weed smoker. [88 words]
Doesn't Matter by M Q Walters -Written for Darrell...who never once felt the sting of tears that slid down my face. For the on... [117 words]
Depth by Patrick Collins A poem about trying to find out who you are and what you place in the world is, an eternal struggle that ... [145 words]
Confessions Of The Heart by Kayla Meadows I'm a hopeless romantic and watching Shakespeare in Love happened to inspire my lonely... [82 words]
Chatroom Blues by Monique About a girl who's boyfriend enters a chatroom but ignores her completely. [101 words]
As Long As We Are Together by Dri - [142 words]
Around The Corner by Dri - [147 words]
And I Still Believed... by Dri - [201 words]
Am I Right? Or Am I Wrong? by Dri - [107 words]
All I Wanted2 by Kristen Gail Diana Ritthaler It's about a boy who I loved very much, and he didn't even notice me. [49 words]
A Witch by Duke Sekhon - [102 words]
A Time To Fall In Love by Dri - [46 words]
A Place Around The Corner by Dri - [172 words]
A Man's Point Of View On Women by Laura Fleeger This is my point of view on what I think a man views a woman, for the most part. [106 words]
A Hope Without Hope by Duke Sekhon - [124 words]
3 Little Words by Dri - [167 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Imperialism Dear Boy, Imperialism
DESCRIPTION
Limerick on the theme of the current Gulf conflict.
[27 words]
AUTHOR
Colin Baker
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[October 2014]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
clnbkr@tiscali.co.uk
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Imperialism Dear Boy, Imperialism
Colin Baker


We now have a P.M. in Britain,
Whose love for the U.S is written,
In the blood of all those,
Whom he's sent out in droves,
To help bolster U.S aggression.

 

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"I'll say this for you. You are one consistent liberal asshole. You don't even know the meaning of imperialism. You throw the term around to include every English speaking person whoever set foot on foreign soil. What about the countless Iraqi civilians who were murdered and tortured BEFORE we ever got there? I guess that was different because at least outside imperialists weren't responsible for their deaths. " -- Richard.
"Hi Richard. You seem rather angry. Perhaps when one is faced with the truth, or at the very least an alternative perspective, one can become very unsettled. I can wholly understand this. In relation to the concept of Imperialism you are not quite accurate in your remarks. The term is generally applicable to powerful states who were historically fortunate enough to emerge as a tiny minority of nations that were able to industrialise productive economic relations. Imperialism itself has assumed many forms including super imperialism and the more contemporary ultra imperialism, whereby leading capitalist states co-operate in order to achieve mutual gains. Imperialism generally is necessitated and sustained by global uneven development which rich states (especially the USA) seek to maintain, by force if necessary.In short, exploitation is at the heart of imperialism generally. As to the deaths in Iraq before Gulf hostilities, Yes Saddam Hussein's state was often a repressive one in relation to its own peoples, yet the many acts of murder, torture and such like that the Iraqi state conducted internally over many years,passed without the West batting a 'political eyelid'. Even after Saddam's infamous gassing of the Kurds in the North of the country in the late 1980's (which was technologically assisted by The West), nothing was done militarily by the powerful Western states to punish Saddam, or his government when one might have expected it to be the opposite. It didn't happen, I believe, because it is ultimately 'economic' imperatives that inspire the USA and similar states to act (or not as the case may be), thus the timing of the Gulf conflicts it could be argued, were law governed by the need to secure control over the region's oil reserves. If you doubt that economic laws are at work, (economic laws which often serve to greatly outweigh rationality), then pause for thought one moment. Apart from the obvious anomalies such as the Kurds plight just mentioned, where for example were such purported principled ideals of Western democracy (yours Richard), when the Khmer Rouge were engaging in its 'killing spree' of the mid to late 1970's? Where were such ideals when countless hundreds of thousands of litres of 'agent orange' were released on the peoples of Vietnam by US military forces during the Vietnam War in the 1960's and 1970's?. Where 'are' such ideals now, in view of overt Russian state aggression in Chechnya recently? Stepping a little closer to (my) home, why doesn't the USA send in tanks and planes to help the Irish Nationalists recover the land that was arguably stolen from them by the Saxons centuries earlier ? Regards, Colin" -- Colin Baker.
"An "alternative perspective" does not necessarily equate to the truth. Inventing words like super imperialism and ultra imperialism may help to aggrandize your intellectual elitist frame of mind but like much of the "liberal" vernacular, it does little to aid you in re-inventing history, as most liberals and socialists who despise capitalism, religion, and nationalism, attempt to do. Your views of history are tainted and skewed by the doomed and warped ideology to which you have become addicted, most likely because it makes you feel superior to the rest of us; the slaves of capitalism and religion." -- Richard.
"Hi Richard... You are quite correct, alternative perspectives do not necessarily equate to truth. In fact the concept of truth in itself is a fascinating term for discussion. I personally did not invent the terms to which you refer above. Instead they have emerged as all concepts do, in response to real material circumstances and experiences in a human effort to explain and understand the world in which we all live.The concept on imperialism with all its sub concepts is an academic term but nonetheless a concept used for explaining and understanding. As to despising capitalism, religion and nationalism, let's take each in turn. Capitalism has, it is true been the most productive force yet known to mankind and without doubt, it has ushered in many inventions etc that will be of much benefit to the human species long after capitalism itself has been superseded. However, the optimum distribution of goods, services, wealth etc produced under the capitalist mode of production can readily be called into question. Capitalism is inherently unequal and uneven due to its inner laws of development as Marx and other subsequent authors have readily and convincingly pointed out. ( see for example Dr. E.J. Hobsbawm's works or E.P. Thompson's writings).As to religion, I do not despise this phenomenon at all, but see it as an evolving philosophy that is embraced by the ruling elites especially, in their efforts to distort scientific findings which continually serve to undermine such doctrines. Religion is part of human history and eventually will be history in its own right, when a quantitative change has grown in the consciousness of peoples generally, the need for religion as an explanatory framework will wither forever (see Dr. J. Lewis 'History of Philosophy' for example). This however, may be a century or so away. Nationalism again is a complex concept which you employ, like other academic concepts with untold haste. I am almost certain that your understanding of such a term is, at best primative. I do not despise nationalism, instead I choose to understand it as a necessary development of the capitalist socio-economic system, whereby stability of nations (IE. a transcending of political accumilation ) was a necessary law goverened development of capitalism itself. This stability was needed in order to establish and expand a global market in finance, goods and services on which the capitalist class depends. Nationalism, like religion is a transient phenomenon my friend. The human species has not always had nation states and nationalities despite what you may have been taught in your particular school Richard. As to a doomed and warped ideology of socialism, it is the doomed and warped ideology of capitalism that is currently see being played out across the world with horrendous results for many of the world's people especially those poor and defensless humans. (you know the ones Richard, the ones being killed each day by greedy capitalist politicians like GW Bush, T. Blair etc. The actions of which you only too readily condone from the comfort of your armchair). It's not me who professes a superiority Richard but GW Bush. I honestly believe he is so deluded as to think he is God Himself. I invite you once more, as I have done twice before to stop insulting and tackle the arguments themselves. Come on, pick out the key points and present evidence to support your view. we can then discuss your evidence together. I look forward to hearing from you. By the way, read 'Daisy Chains and Laughs(two humans being)' and 'Red Rain II', they are quite good I think." -- Colin Baker.
"Colin, The authors you cite, like 90% of academia, whose company obviously gives you comfort, are theoritsts, not doers. You can expound on their failed theories all you want, but none of their disciples has ever succeeded in implementing to any degree of success, a peaceful, cohesive, and economically "fair" communist or socialist state. If Bush and Blair are your examples of greedy capitalist politicians, they pale in comparison to the tyrannical elite leaders of communist and socialist regimes like Castro, Lenin, Stalin, etc. etc. The problem with your past and present heroes, which include scientists, is that everything they do is conceptual, based upon theories, many of which will never be conclusively proven. I especially disagree with your opinion that truth is conseptual. Truth is fact. Truth is reality. Only egomaniacal theorists and ideologues intoxicated with their own warped dreams of reality, believe truth to be in the eye of the beholder. You say religious doctrine attempts to distort scientific findings. Young man, I think it is just the opposite. Scientific therory, not findings, have for centuries, tried to undermine religious doctrine. This is primarily because most of the scientific elite are atheists to begin with and I'm sure they believe that they are more powerful than the God "invented" by the mass of non-intellectual humans. There is far more fact and truth in the Bible and the scriptures than in much of so-called scientific "findings." " -- Richard.

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