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What Did Russia Mean By This?

More nothing, or actual happenings?

My money is on Russia repainting their wooden missiles and a military parade.

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  1. acehood

    Fuck Russia. Inferiority complex for centuries and their men have low life expectancy.

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    • chuck bennett

      True, but one thing I’ve learned through my years.

      Never, and I mean never , fuck with Russian bouncers.

      I’m telling you. Real talk

      Regards

      Chuck Bennett

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    • duuude

      Bullshit. The Russians stopped Hitler. Not the British, not the US.

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      • chuck bennett

        The Russia’s were worse than hitler.

        But you’re correct.

        Regards

        Chuck Bennett

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  2. sarcrilege

    this:
    https://youtu.be/9RC1Mepk_Sw

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  3. Lyndon Keltner

    That’s Russia’s way of saying Mission Accomplished. At least America for a few hours stopped talking about what Mueller just found out most recently:

    https://arxiv.org/pdf/1804.04170.pdf

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  4. masteroneass

    Russian shitpost. Troll whores are back at it trying to split up the USA to get back at the break up of the Soviet Union. Dont fall for any of this crap. They are the supreme liars. Skilled bullshit artists who attempt to infect minds with their leninst marxist commie infected complex. They need to be cleansed. They are sick and need help. They are like retarded drunk rednecks trying to make a Sochi olympic hotel. Mostly asian uncreative hacks. All our problems are because of these sick bolshevik cold war shits. Englishrussian.com

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    • chuck bennett

      I agree with this guy.

      However, those marxists are here in the US already. They are called Neocons.

      I suspect they pretend to be anti- cultural Marxist’s just to win people over.

      Either way their methods are almost the same.

      Regards

      Chuck Bennett

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      • Cricket

        The geopolitical maneuvering, driven by the rise of Russia and China, is far beyond the comprehension any of us. Syria is becoming a state-of-the-art weapons testing ground. Waiting for the robotics tests soon. Lots more nice shiny new weapons.

        Uni-power world is shifting to a multi-power one. Lots of small buffer countries, like Syria, are going to get chewed up in the process, unfortunately.

        World peace? We ain’t got no stinkin’ world peace. Forget that.

        Twitter is a propaganda cesspool.

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  5. MSGT HARTMAN

    Reagan jacked Russia, Cuba, the banana republics and mid-east depots at will.

    The libs ran around with their hair on fire yelling “WWIII!, WWIII!” which morphed into Global Warming.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkOm_fvl68w

    This is what set their pubes on fire
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0NXs_uWPgg

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  6. frog

    Russia is just trying to pretend they weren’t warned ahead of time about the strikes and that it wasn’t their idea to help Trump look less like their puppet..

    French defense minister says Russia was warned ahead of joint US, UK, French military attacks on Syria
    http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/french-defense-minister-russia-warned-ahead-joint-us-54463493

    At least no humans were harmed in the making of this movie about Trump pretending to be tough and pretending to stand up to Putin and Assad.

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    • chuck bennett

      Dip shit.

      It is common knowledge that the Russians got a warning. The US news reported this in the way of talking heads/ interviews. You know, when they interview general experts on the inner workings of war and bullshit?

      Don’t read into that French story. I heard it with my own ears. Most likely some asshole on Fox or MSN. I don’t remember which.

      But, I’m actually hoping Frog is correct. Lol. 6 trillion degree chess or some gay shit like that.

      Regards

      Chuck Bennett

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      • juice

        http://thesaker.is/the-new-us-concept-of-a-perfect-mission-32-out-of-103/

        “Finally, and this is weird, there is no evidence of the French doing anything at all (go figure?). Oh, speaking of the French, it appears that they warned the Russians about what would happen. So, technically speaking, the US generals are being truthful when they say that they did not warn the Russian but just “deconflict”. The French did all the warning for them.”

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  7. MSGT HARTMAN

    The libs thought Hillary was a brilliant, masterful, Sec State when she did this.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqYJRc0TJkQ

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    • Lyndon Keltner

      He does, and has been one of the iconic liberal elites.

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      • frog

        I don’t think he knows the score in the least. He thinks Russia and the U.S. can find a way to agree on ending the Syrian War. Of course they can’t. Russia will back Assad even if he kills every last one of his people.They only want access to a Mediterranean port. Russia doesn’t care if Assad gases everyone there.

        He thinks Assad is some nice guy and the Syrian rebels are the bad guys. Syrian rebels are not perfect but they look great compared to Assad.

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        • chuck bennett

          Frog ,

          You hear things that are not there.

          Please stay away from our children.

          Thanks

          Regards

          Chuck Bennett

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  8. Dr. Fly

    Chuck is rolling on all of you faggots tonight.

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  9. 99 lead balloons
    99 lead balloons

    “A pre-designed scenario is being implemented” – swayze from red dawn

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  10. awanka

    A whole lot of nothing, which this Punch and Judy show amounts to. I think we’re going to rip hard on Monday.

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  11. mushroomz

    Buying Siacoin. Best storage coin. Shitcoins are back. Get on bittrex or poloniex

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  12. stocksnblondes

    I posted here before when the WW3 hype was going strong. As expected, Russia sat back and did absolutely nothing. Russia tries to project power, but in reality, they know they would get decimated in any war they entered with the US/NATO. Putin is a strongman, but he’s not a madman. Syria strikes a huge nothingburger.

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    • ferd

      The average Russian citizen (including their military personnel) thinks that they’re under attack and that another nuclear superpower is staging false flags and dishing out anti-Russia propaganda to get people ginned up for war. So, while I think you’re correct that Putin is not as crazy as our deep state …but I also hope that command and control of their nukes is tight and that no mistakes are made. There are several published examples over the past 70 years where a pause.. and a questioning radar, etc. warnings …and a PRESUMPTION that we/they are not crazy has saved our hemisphere. Given the current situation, will that presumption of sanity still operate?

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      • traderconfessions
        traderconfessions

        Fuckin’ right… that gas shit in Syria was another false flag. Those choking kids were crisis actors who previously starred at Sandy Hook hired by the Deep State.

        I’m glad there’s someone here like you who is an expert on the sentiment of average Russians and the Russian military based on years of study and visits to Russia. Usually we just get comments from someone talking out of their asshole.

        BTW… how’s that Trump thing going for yuh? Buyer’s remorse yet?

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        • ferd

          Never supported Trump and my post was critical of Trump. I wish you airheads could read. And trying to conflate Syria with Sandy Hook is sick ..talk about talking out of one’s asshole.

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          • traderconfessions
            traderconfessions

            What isn’t a false flag with you crazies? Were you dropped on your head as a pup?

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          • chuck bennett

            Where is all the hazmat gear. Why are people walking around in shorts around the destroyed toxic gas factories?

            Regards

            Chuck Bennett

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        • juice

          yeah, false flags/election interference are beyond the USofA

          but first a bit of history

          Philippines, 1950s:
          Flagrant manipulation by the CIA of the nation’s political life, featuring stage-managed elections with extensive disinformation campaigns, heavy financing of candidates, writing their speeches, drugging the drinks of one of the opponents of the CIA-supported candidate so he would appear incoherent; plotting the assassination of another candidate. The oblivious New York Times declared that “It is not without reason that the Philippines has been called “democracy’s showcase in Asia”.

          Italy, 1948-1970s:
          Multifarious campaigns to repeatedly sabotage the electoral chances of the Communist Party and ensure the election of the Christian Democrats, long-favored by Washington.

          Lebanon, 1950s:
          The CIA provided funds to support the campaigns of President Camille Chamoun and selected parliamentary candidates; other funds were targeted against candidates who had shown less than total enchantment with US interference in Lebanese politics.

          Indonesia, 1955:
          A million dollars were dispensed by the CIA to a centrist coalition’s electoral campaign in a bid to cut into the support for President Sukarno’s party and the Indonesian Communist Party.

          Vietnam, 1955:
          The US was instrumental in South Vietnam canceling the elections scheduled to unify North and South because of the certainty that the North Vietnamese communist leader, Ho Chi Minh, would easily win.

          British Guiana/Guyana, 1953-64:
          For 11 years, two of the oldest democracies in the world, Great Britain and the United States, went to great lengths to prevent Cheddi Jagan – three times the democratically elected leader – from occupying his office. Using a wide variety of tactics – from general strikes and disinformation to terrorism and British legalisms – the US and Britain forced Jagan out of office twice during this period.

          Japan, 1958-1970s:
          The CIA emptied the US treasury of millions to finance the conservative Liberal Democratic Party in parliamentary elections, “on a seat-by-seat basis”, while doing what it could to weaken and undermine its opposition, the Japanese Socialist Party. The 1961-63 edition of the State Department’s annual Foreign Relations of the United States, published in 1996, includes an unprecedented disclaimer that, because of material left out, a committee of distinguished historians thinks “this published compilation does not constitute a ‘thorough, accurate, and reliable documentary record of major United States foreign policy decisions’” as required by law. The deleted material involved US actions from 1958-1960 in Japan, according to the State Department’s historian.

          Nepal, 1959:
          By the CIA’s own admission, it carried out an unspecified “covert action” on behalf of B.P. Koirala to help his Nepali Congress Party win the national parliamentary election. It was Nepal’s first national election ever, and the CIA was there to initiate them into the wonderful workings of democracy.

          Laos, 1960:
          CIA agents stuffed ballot boxes to help a hand-picked strongman, Phoumi Nosavan, set up a pro-American government.

          Brazil, 1962:
          The CIA and the Agency for International Development expended millions of dollars in federal and state elections in support of candidates opposed to leftist President João Goulart, who won anyway.

          Dominican Republic, 1962:
          In October 1962, two months before election day, US Ambassador John Bartlow Martin got together with the candidates of the two major parties and handed them a written notice, in Spanish and English, which he had prepared. It read in part: “The loser in the forthcoming election will, as soon as the election result is known, publicly congratulate the winner, publicly recognize him as the President of all the Dominican people, and publicly call upon his own supporters to so recognize him. … Before taking office, the winner will offer Cabinet seats to members of the loser’s party. (They may decline).”

          As matters turned out, the winner, Juan Bosch, was ousted in a military coup seven months later, a slap in the face of democracy which neither Martin nor any other American official did anything about.

          Guatemala, 1963:
          The US overthrew the regime of General Miguel Ydigoras because he was planning to step down in 1964, leaving the door open to an election; an election that Washington feared would be won by the former president, liberal reformer and critic of US foreign policy, Juan José Arévalo. Ydigoras’s replacement made no mention of elections.

          Bolivia, 1966:
          The CIA bestowed $600,000 upon President René Barrientos and lesser sums to several right-wing parties in a successful effort to influence the outcome of national elections. Gulf Oil contributed two hundred thousand more to Barrientos.

          Chile, 1964-70:
          Major US interventions into national elections in 1964 and 1970, and congressional elections in the intervening years. Socialist Salvador Allende fell victim in 1964, but won in 1970 despite a multimillion-dollar CIA operation against him. The Agency then orchestrated his downfall in a 1973 military coup.

          Portugal, 1974-5:
          In the years following the coup in 1974 by military officers who talked like socialists, the CIA revved up its propaganda machine while funneling many millions of dollars to support “moderate” candidates, in particular Mario Soares and his (so-called) Socialist Party. At the same time, the Agency enlisted social-democratic parties of Western Europe to provide further funds and support to Soares. It worked. The Socialist Party became the dominant power.

          Australia, 1974-75:
          Despite providing considerable support for the opposition, the United States failed to defeat the Labor Party, which was strongly against the US war in Vietnam and CIA meddling in Australia. The CIA then used “legal” methods to unseat the man who won the election, Edward Gough Whitlam.

          Jamaica, 1976:
          A CIA campaign to defeat social democrat Michael Manley’s bid for reelection, featuring disinformation, arms shipments, labor unrest, economic destabilization, financial support for the opposition, and attempts upon Manley’s life. Despite it all, he was victorious.

          Panama, 1984, 1989:
          In 1984, the CIA helped finance a highly questionable presidential electoral victory for one of Manuel Noriega’s men. The opposition cried “fraud”, but the new president was welcomed at the White House. By 1989, Noriega was no longer a Washington favorite, so the CIA provided more than $10 million dollars to his electoral opponents.

          Nicaragua, 1984, 1990:
          In 1984, the United States, trying to discredit the legitimacy of the Sandinista government’s scheduled election, covertly persuaded the leading opposition coalition to not take part. A few days before election day, some other rightist parties on the ballot revealed that US diplomats had been pressing them to drop out of the race as well. The CIA also tried to split the Sandinista leadership by placing phoney full-page ads in neighboring countries. But the Sandinistas won handily in a very fair election monitored by hundreds of international observers.

          Six years later, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), Washington’s specially created stand-in for the CIA, poured in millions of dollars to defeat Daniel Ortega and the Sandinistas in the February elections. NED helped organize the Nicaraguan opposition, UNO, building up the parties and organizations that formed and supported this coalition.

          Perhaps most telling of all, the Nicaraguan people were made painfully aware that a victory by the Sandinistas would mean a continuation of the relentlessly devastating war being waged against them by Washington through their proxy army, the Contras.

          Haiti, 1987-1988:
          After the Duvalier dictatorship came to an end in 1986, the country prepared for its first free elections ever. However, Haiti’s main trade union leader declared that Washington was working to undermine the left. US aid organizations, he said, were encouraging people in the countryside to identify and reject the entire left as “communist”. Meanwhile, the CIA was involved in a range of support for selected candidates until the US Senate Intelligence Committee ordered the Agency to cease its covert electoral action.

          Bulgaria, 1990-1991 and Albania, 1991-1992:
          With no regard for the fragility of these nascent democracies, the US interfered broadly in their elections and orchestrated the ousting of their elected socialist governments.

          Russia, 1996:
          For four months (March-June), a group of veteran American political consultants worked secretly in Moscow in support of Boris Yeltsin’s presidential campaign. Boris Yeltsin was being counted on to run with the globalized-free market ball and it was imperative that he cross the goal line. The Americans emphasized sophisticated methods of message development, polling, focus groups, crowd staging, direct-mailing, etc., and advised against public debates with the Communists. Most of all they encouraged the Yeltsin campaign to “go negative” against the Communists, painting frightening pictures of what the Communists would do if they took power, including much civic upheaval and violence, and, of course, a return to the worst of Stalinism. Before the Americans came on board, Yeltsin was favored by only six percent of the electorate. In the first round of voting, he edged the Communists 35 percent to 32, and was victorious in the second round 54 to 40 percent.

          Mongolia, 1996:
          The National Endowment for Democracy worked for several years with the opposition to the governing Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party (MPRR, the former Communists) who had won the 1992 election to achieve a very surprising electoral victory. In the six-year period leading up to the 1996 elections, NED spent close to a million dollars in a country with a population of some 2.5 million, the most significant result of which was to unite the opposition into a new coalition, the National Democratic Union. Borrowing from Newt Gingrich’s Contract With America, the NED drafted a “Contract With the Mongolian Voter”, which called for private property rights, a free press and the encouragement of foreign investment. The MPRR had already instituted Western-style economic reforms, which had led to widespread poverty and wiped out much of the communist social safety net. But the new government promised to accelerate the reforms, including the privatization of housing. By 1998 it was reported that the US National Security Agency had set up electronic listening posts in Outer Mongolia to intercept Chinese army communications, and the Mongolian intelligence service was using nomads to gather intelligence in China itself.

          Bosnia, 1998:
          Effectively an American protectorate, with Carlos Westendorp – the Spanish diplomat appointed to enforce Washington’s offspring: the 1995 Dayton peace accords – as the colonial Governor-General. Before the September elections for a host of offices, Westendorp removed 14 Croatian candidates from the ballot because of alleged biased coverage aired in Bosnia by neighboring Croatia’s state television and politicking by ethnic Croat army soldiers. After the election, Westendorp fired the elected president of the Bosnian Serb Republic, accusing him of creating instability. In this scenario those who appeared to support what the US and other Western powers wished were called “moderates”, and allowed to run for and remain in office. Those who had other thoughts were labeled “hard-liners”, and ran the risk of a different fate. When Westendorp was chosen to assume this position of “high representative” in Bosnia in May 1997, The Guardian of London wrote that “The US secretary of state, Madeleine Albright, praised the choice. But some critics already fear that Mr. Westendorp will prove too lightweight and end up as a cipher in American hands.”

          Nicaragua, 2001
          Sandinista leader Daniel Ortega was once again a marked man. US State Department officials tried their best to publicly associate him with terrorism, including just after September 11 had taken place, and to shamelessly accuse Sandinista leaders of all manner of violations of human rights, civil rights, and democracy. The US ambassador literally campaigned for Ortega’s opponent, Enrique Bolaños. A senior analyst in Nicaragua for Gallup, the international pollsters, was moved to declare: “Never in my whole life have I seen a sitting ambassador get publicly involved in a sovereign country’s electoral process, nor have I ever heard of it.”

          At the close of the campaign, Bolaños announced: “If Ortega comes to power, that would provoke a closing of aid and investment, difficulties with exports, visas and family remittances. I’m not just saying this. The United States says this, too. We cannot close our eyes and risk our well-being and work. Say yes to Nicaragua, say no to terrorism.”

          In the end, the Sandinistas lost the election by about ten percentage points after steadily leading in the polls during much of the campaign.

          Bolivia, 2002
          The American bête noire here was Evo Morales, Amerindian, former member of Congress, socialist, running on an anti-neoliberal, anti-big business, and anti-coca eradication campaign. The US Ambassador declared: “The Bolivian electorate must consider the consequences of choosing leaders somehow connected with drug trafficking and terrorism.” Following September 11, painting Officially Designated Enemies with the terrorist brush was de rigueur US foreign policy rhetoric.

          The US Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs warned that American aid to the country would be in danger if Mr. Morales was chosen. Then the ambassador and other US officials met with key figures from Bolivia’s main political parties in an effort to shore up support for Morales’s opponent, Sanchez de Lozada. Morales lost the vote.

          Slovakia, 2002
          To defeat Vladimir Meciar, former prime minister, a man who did not share Washington’s weltanschauung about globalization, the US ambassador explicitly warned the Slovakian people that electing him would hurt their chances of entry into the European Union and NATO. The US ambassador to NATO then arrived and issued his own warning. The National Endowment for Democracy was also on hand to influence the election. Meciar lost.

          El Salvador, 2004
          Washington’s target in this election was Schafik Handal, candidate of the FMLN, the leftist former guerrilla group. He said he would withdraw El Salvador’s 380 troops from Iraq as well as reviewing other pro-US policies; he would also take another look at the privatizations of Salvadoran industries, and would reinstate diplomatic relations with Cuba. His opponent was Tony Saca of the incumbent Arena Party, a pro-US, pro-free market organization of the extreme right, which in the bloody civil war days had featured death squads and the infamous assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero.

          During a February visit to the country, the US Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, met with all the presidential candidates except Handal. He warned of possible repercussions in US-Salvadoran relations if Handal were elected. Three Republican congressmen threatened to block the renewal of annual work visas for some 300,000 Salvadorans in the United States if El Salvador opted for the FMLN. And Congressman Thomas Tancredo of Colorado stated that if the FMLN won, “it could mean a radical change” in US policy on remittances to El Salvador.

          Washington’s attitude was exploited by Arena and the generally conservative Salvadoran press, who mounted a scare campaign, and it became widely believed that a Handal victory could result in mass deportations of Salvadorans from the United States and a drop in remittances. Arena won the election with about 57 percent of the vote to some 36 percent for the FMLN.

          After the election, the US ambassador declared that Washington’s policies concerning immigration and remittances had nothing to do with any election in El Salvador. There appears to be no record of such a statement being made in public before the election when it might have had a profound positive effect for the FMLN.

          Afghanistan, 2004
          The US ambassador to Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, went around putting great pressure on one candidate after another to withdraw from the presidential race so as to insure the victory for Washington’s man, the incumbent, Hamid Karzai in the October election. There was nothing particularly subtle about it. Khalilzad told each one what he wanted and then asked them what they needed. Karzai, a long-time resident in the United States, was described by the Washington Post as “a known and respected figure at the State Department and National Security Council and on Capitol Hill.”

          “Our hearts have been broken because we thought we could have beaten Mr. Karzai if this had been a true election,” said Sayed Mustafa Sadat Ophyani, campaign manager for Younis Qanooni, Karzai’s leading rival. “But it is not. Mr. Khalilzad is putting a lot of pressure on us and does not allow us to fight a good election campaign.”.

          None of the major candidates actually withdrew from the election, which Karzai won with about 56 percent of the votes.

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          • traderconfessions
            traderconfessions

            Impressive cut/paste skills… What the fuck does false flag in the Alex Jones sense have to do with America’s history of political shenanigans?

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          • moonshot

            I maybe reaching, but perhaps all of these shenanigans demonstrate ample precedent for US covert operations by whatever means necessary to achieve the foreign political outcome the US govt. desires. Would not false flags potentially be one method that could be employed?

            I’m not arguing myself that the Syrian chemical weapons attack was a staged false flag operation, but I certainly see the connection being made here.

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          • ferd

            Could you reduce that to bumper stick length so that TC can digest it?

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        • juice

          here are your choking kids … iow, false flag in the real & true sense of it or even as Alex Jones puts it

          https://twitter.com/jadinho123/status/984918030017875968

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  13. ferd

    re Chuck’s link to Cohen interview …I’m surprised that nbc had Cohen on their show. For speaking the truth, that guy has been disparaged as having a girl-crush on Russia by MSM war propagandists. He wants us to get out of Syria and predicted the disaster that has come from our alliance with Sunni terrorists in Syria.

    And now he opposes Israel’s wish that we stay in Syria, so, according to our name-calling racial separatist “Joyous-Endings”, he must be “antisemitic”. But, wait there Joyous, Cohen is a Jewish name …so what’s the name you’ll call him? I believe “self-hating Jew” is what we’re supposed to call Jews that oppose the AIPACers – is that right?

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    • frog

      The U.S. is not allied with Sunni terrorists in Syria. All kinds of people are fighting each other in Syria, and different groups ally with each other at different times. Assad has been the most destructive force there, bombing his own people and destroying their cities, resulting in millions of refugees flooding the globe. That’s from the butcher Assad– not from the U.S. or from the rebels who are trying to defend the ordinary people of Syria from Assad’s destruction.

      Ordinary Syrians are getting slaughtered constantly and no one will give them enough help to topple Assad. Sometimes ISIS offered them fight with them to try to topple Assad and they were so desperate to keep themselves and their families alive, that they accepted help from ISIS associated fighters. But Syrian rebels are not the same people as ISIS, nor do they have the same goals. They have just sometimes been desperate enough to accept help from anyone, given Assad’s slaughtering of them.

      Syrian rebels are no more terrorists than Sunnis are all terrorists. Syria is a majority Sunni country, ruled by a Shia– Assad– who is trying to wipe out the 75% of the population who are Sunnis. That’s why the Syrian rebels are fighting Assad.

      This is a complex situation– not something that simple minded Trump supporters are likely to understand.

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      • ferd

        You don’t know what you’re talking about. Too much MSM I suspect.

        Who do you think staffs the Assad’s army? It is majority Sunnis. Who was dancing in the street after our missile miss display for the neocons two days ago? …It was majority Sunnis. The vast majority of Christians, Alawites, and other minorities have long supported Assad, as do most of the Sunnis now that we have destabilized the country and armed the Sunnis of the head-chopping persuasion.

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        • frog

          Alawites are Shias.

          You obviously have no understanding whatsoever of this situation. Too much pro-Russian and Right Wing media consumption on your part.

          Some Sunnis do support Assad. Most do not because he is slaughtering Sunnis constantly.

          The U.S. has not have destabilized the country and armed the Sunnis of the head-chopping persuasion.

          Assad destabilized his country, with Russia’s help. We armed Syrian rebels, to help them keep Assad from slaughtering the majority of his population. Most Syrian rebels are not part of ISIS, although both Syrian rebels and ISIS are anti-Assad. Almost everyone in Syria is anti-Assad. Because Assad is trying to slaughter most of his citizens and destroying their cities, resulting in many millions fleeing as refugees to Europe and other places that can’t handle the influx.

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          • ferd

            My knowledge of Syria is first hand and you both a simpleton and a tool.

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          • frog

            First hand? You are saying you live there or what? You are a person with “first hand” info about Syria who does not even know that Alawites are Shia, as is Assad?

            You obviously know nothing except what you hear on Right Wing pro-Russian media.

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      • chuck bennett

        Frog,

        We are aligned with Saudi Arabia and Israel. They support the Sunni’s terrorism. It’s a proven fact

        Is everyone old enough to remember when when ISIS apologize to his room? Was about 11 months ago.

        The JV team.

        Regards

        Chuck Bennett

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  14. masteroneass

    Thanks. Lets be real thugs like Fly and Trump. Hardcore rapper type white boys who think our first black president and gangster rap is for pussies. See Obama was the problem. Russians were used to some weak ass nerdy black guy as president now they are dealing with a John Wayne gunslinger thug. The butthurt will end soon and they will get used to their former roll of being a third world pussy state full of losers quick enough. Between the criminal blacks and coloreds and russians terrrorists ruining our lives on a daily basis real white men here are the biggest thugs in the white world. Put a russian in the ghetto with some retarded simian criminals. He will shit in his vodka stained pants.

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    • Lyndon Keltner

      You summed up the groupthink on here very well.

      In real life I don’t have any personal acquaintance that resemble the “real white men” who frequent this site. So I enjoy very much the back and forth with them. I almost feel sorry for them as I get to know better what they have to be worried about every fucking day.

      It’s very rough to be a white man these days, from what I can tell.

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      • juice

        Perhaps it’s even rougher to not be a white man but to be drafted, fight, die, get injured for life, etc. in wars designed, thought up, false flagged, etc etc by the white man and even worse when they use a non-white (Collin Powell) to do their lying and manipulation for them.

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        • Lyndon Keltner

          Hah, I was just being sarcastic. I’m with you though.

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      • newbalance

        LOL lets hear some more! This is great…

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        • Lyndon Keltner

          Like reminding them I will get people to dig their skulls out of their graves and smash them into pieces for my dogs’ consumption?

          It’s get old pretty quick.

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    • chuck bennett

      Let me be clear.

      Russians aren’t afraid of blacks.

      Smart blacks know better to fuck around. If they don’t, they learn soon.

      Regards

      Chuck Bennett

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  15. s.k.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/maxim-borodin-death-balcony-fall-russian-journalist-covered-wagner-group-2018-4

    the way you can tell if news in Russian is real or fake is whether the source commits suicide or not.

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    • moosh

      Not enough detail. Maybe a pool, or enough vodka, a hot tub nearby?

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  16. moosh

    Fly, are you still reading whitepapers, or did that get axed for prospectuses? Any thoughts on AION?

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