> "On August 5, 1987, Broderick was in Northern
> Ireland, vacationing with Jennifer Grey"
> i'd sooner beleive revisionists were writing wiki
> articles and stealing from broderick's bank
> account: assuring people it was all in the name of
> repayment (for what never happened, of course)
> never heard of the accident.
> i believe wiki for facts i can confirm. god i'd
> never trust wikipedia for truth in history. are
> you kidding? wiki is for sale to the highest
> bidder. the history they show is whatever the big
> rat wants people to see. product information too:
> complete bull.
> beleive wiki for what they don't have a reason to
> lie about, that's about it.
> did you read the article on the "history" of
> america and the phillipines ? complete trash
> says phillipines were big time communist
> supporters, that they had ties with china, a
> military, and fought great battles against the
> americans in wwii.
> i'm pretty sure when the usa got there during
> wwII, the phillipines, is was becasue they needed
> an island closer to japan for convenience, and to
> keep japan from taking over the gov to use it's
> resources against us. and there was not big
> resistance. infact i knew some people from there
> they never talk about anything like that. and
> it's not as if america stayed in the phillipines
> and ran the gov or made them slaves either, as far
> as i know.
> but you should see the long communist drivel
> artile about plans and theories and marches and
> all a bunch of stuff you could never confirm (i
> think never happened)
> revisionism. i'm sure some of our gov (from
> foreign countires in our gov) is shredding our
> history and re-writing it as we speak
> i think a bunch of foreigners are in our gov right
> now writing laws that we have to allow green card
> workers access to banks so they can order foreign
> products for "competition reasons"
> so there