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Forum Post: A Mutiny on the Horizon

Posted 3 months ago on April 1, 2014, 6:59 a.m. EST by JGriff99mph (507)
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Clearly, no one country can stop us. But if half the planet decided enough is enough, what happens then?

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-03-31/why-did-brics-back-russia-crimea

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[-] 3 points by ZenDog (13307) from South Burlington, VT 3 months ago

zerohedge eh? News parading around under the Fight Club Banner - hc used to parade their bullshit . . .

So I guess it never occurred to these fools that BRIC represents a group of nations aligned on the basis of economic interest which is often the first among the many corruptive influences known to humanity.

Why would anyone, American or other, simply assume that because China or Brazil allied themselves in any particular direction it must be the right one? China, land of Tibetan enslavement, where air pollution is said to resemble nuclear winter and where the former policy on execution was a bullet in the head, paid for by your family . . .

The West simply doesn't want Putin taking over the rest of Ukraine. Which they could do, easily enough, the Russian army has been placed within a stones throw away from the border.

You closet repelicans are all alike. Lie. Cheat. Steal. No wonder you like Putin so well.

[-] 1 points by shadz66 (18142) 3 months ago

MSM regurgitating, US MIC propaganda spewing, ''more conservative than the average (deluded) liberal'', simpleton !!! So, whereTF do you get your 'information' from ?!! The .. 'Mainly Shit National Broadcasting Corporation' - or some other combination of ABCNNBCBS, Lame-Fux Snewzzz ?!

e tenebris, lux ...

[-] 0 points by ZenDog (13307) from South Burlington, VT 3 months ago

hey, if you prefer to get your news from some guy who prefers to hide his face behind the mask of a hollywood movie character who didn't exist it's fine by me. I just presented the facts as I see them.

And try to get it straight, will ya? I don't often turn to MSM . . . you lyin British cunt you

[-] 4 points by shadz66 (18142) 3 months ago

Whilst wallowing in wilful ignorance, it's easy to be a toilet mouthed, internet tough guy, I suppose .. not unlike so many of your even more right-wing and ignorant compatriots, right ?! Years of imbibing Imperial and Exceptionalist Propaganda, obviously has its effect, doesn't it ?!! Are you sure that ''the facts as (u) see them'' - are indeed ''the facts'' at all or that your (so called) mind hasn't been made up for you ?!!!

respice, adspice, prospice ...

[-] 0 points by ZenDog (13307) from South Burlington, VT 3 months ago

fuk you I'm not going to spend the next goddamned hour attempting to decipher what precisely it is you are attempting to allow other people to say for you.

I can pretty much guess . . . and yes I have heard of that scumbag Prescott Bush

As to where exactly, Putin has stashed his military, I can't really say. I could google I suppose, but the last NBC report that I had seen indicated the Russians had killed one soldier in the Crimea during the process of taking over military bases from Ukraine - and if the Crimea isn't inside the Ukrainian border today, it certainly was just a week or two ago. So fuk you twice.

As for choosing between villainy I would have to say the clown who would steal an NFL super bowl ring while hiding behind international diplomacy and the entire Soviet Empire - or what's left of it - has got to be hands down the least credible of the bunch from which one might choose.

So kiss my ass, nimrod

[-] 4 points by shadz66 (18142) 3 months ago

'My Empire - Right or Wrong', right ?! Consider :

Tho' that was a very good link about Prescott Bush, the 'ring piece' is MSM piffle & btw, you're doing a good job of kissing your own ass - what with your head jammed so far up it 'n' all.

verum ex absurdo ...

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 3 months ago

how does russia walk in its military with out more violence ?

[-] 0 points by ZenDog (13307) from South Burlington, VT 3 months ago

now that is a very good question - and the last move I heard about in Crimea was one where the local pro-Russian militant civilians took over military bases manned by Ukrainians, displaced them, and then the Russian military moved in.

It sounded to me to be a very clever strategy, one carefully choreographed, which in turn implies a significant measure of control over the civilian population - a degree of control that would be difficult to match in the West without some extraordinary set of circumstances.

I'm sure the point was to help alleviate international tension during the transition, but that's just a guess. I assume that since Putin hasn't continued to push into the rest of Ukraine that perhaps that isn't the plan and never was - but it remains possible that Russia is simply laying the groundwork to justify further moves.

Why it is some fools seem to think that some other government is more credible than the U.S. on the basis of nothing more than preference or political expedience is beyond me.

[-] 3 points by gnomunny (5805) from St Louis, MO 3 months ago

You get the majority of your information from MSM, you lying sack. Not counting the Fight Club links, 4 out of 5 of your links on here are from MSM sources, you repeatedly link to HuffPo and Reuters, and in another thread where this same subject came up, a good two-thirds of your links there were MSM sources.

Not saying the links were inaccurate, I'm saying . . . . they're MSM sources.

And, so what if Durden's a pseudonym. You mean like the overwhelming number of people on the internet, ZenDog?

[-] 0 points by ZenDog (13307) from South Burlington, VT 3 months ago

And, so what if Durden's a pseudonym. You mean like the overwhelming number of people on the internet, ZenDog?

my links come from whatever google brings up.

my links do not come from some news source operating behind a mask of an allegorical movie character who didn't exist.

you dumb shit

It's aimed at a very select audience. I guess that means you . . .

.

you dumb shit two out of two, not msm

[-] 3 points by gnomunny (5805) from St Louis, MO 3 months ago

Two from the Guardian, one from Asia Times and one from ESPN. All three are main stream media sites! The other one's from Amnesty.

Four out of five. OMFG.

Now hurry up and edit it again so you don't look like an idiot. Take out the edit and I'll delete this. It'll be close, Zen but if we hurry your reputation might be saved, heheh.

[-] -1 points by ZenDog (13307) from South Burlington, VT 3 months ago

omfg

and not one from msm

go suck some koch

[-] 3 points by gnomunny (5805) from St Louis, MO 3 months ago

So, I'm glad you finally admit you DO get the majority of your info from lame stream media. Trust me, ZD, that doesn't surprise us one bit. It shows in your work.

And ZeroHedge is aimed at a very select audience. Investors, you dumb fuck, of which I'm not. No munny!

As to the article itself, you can't follow a plot worth shit. It doesn't give a slant "right" or "wrong." The point is the world is getting sick and tired of American hegemony. But I can see how that would torque the panties of such a fine example of American Exceptionalism as you.

[-] -2 points by ZenDog (13307) from South Burlington, VT 3 months ago

you stupid fukin repelicans are all alike - if the media doesn't say what makes you happy you just have to squat. stupid fukers

[-] 3 points by gnomunny (5805) from St Louis, MO 3 months ago

I don't have a problem with your links. My point was you lied about them. You do realize "msm" = "main stream media," right?

And just for the record, it pronounced "kōk," with a long "o." As in Coke. So, "go suck some kōk" makes no sense whatsoever.

[+] -4 points by ZenDog (13307) from South Burlington, VT 3 months ago

msm, msn, looks the same to me.

fuk you

Go suck some Koch.